Above, recent outbreaks of bird flu in Europe
It lurks in the background and never seems to go away; it is quietly increasing but is never mentioned on the Lamestream Media.
Bird flu, the silent deadly killer is back in Europe this winter with outbreaks throughout the continent, and Asia, see below.
On Dec. 5, 16 the Korean Herald reported 3.4 million poultry have been culled nationwide as bird flu spreads.
Radio Poland reported an outbreak of avian flu at a goose farm in Lubuskie province, western Poland, where around 700 birds were found dead.
A duck farm in France has culled 5,000 birds, the latest casualty of the outbreaks of H5N8 highly pathogenic avian influenza that have been spreading around Europe and beyond in recent weeks.
On the 4th, Japanese firm Niigata culled 540,000 chickens to combat bird flu at two infected farms.
In Holland, nearly 200,000 birds had to be slaughtered following bird flu outbreak on a farm in Biddinghuizen
In the last week of November 200,000 chickens killed by bird flu on a farm in Sweden.
The same day in Milan Italy, hundred birds were found dead in the street, a massacre of starlings, bird flu was thought to be the cause.
In the same week Iran Reported outbreaks of contagious Bird Flu. 283,000 birds were killed due to avian flu in Tehran
10,000 geese had to be culled in Germany due to bird flu a week after 30,000 chickens were destroyed in Schleswig-Holstein after H5N8 was detected in their enclosure.