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Hier een goed artikel over het niet-bestaande West-Nijl-virus. Enkele treffende citaten:
The deepest form of medical-research chicanery comes when scientists claim they've found a new virus and they haven't. They haven't nailed it down. They say they have, but that's not true.
Most Americans automatically assume the arrival of western doctors with drugs and vaccines is a good sign for Africa. Nothing could be further from the truth. The doctors are sent there to cover up the truth.
Why? Because many interested parties, powerful players inside and outside of Africa, want the true and persisting causes of illness and death to remain, in order to keep the population weak and controllable. It's easy to hide this agenda by advertising a fake disease-cause and a fake medical remedy.
Here in America, when various toxic environmental causes of illness bring people down, there needs to be a cover story as well. The most believable cover is The Virus. It works. People stand up and salute it. They're saluting it now in Dallas and other places.
I don't care how many pictures of how many mosquitoes are adorning television screens and newspapers. "Oh, the mosquito carries the West Nile virus!" Really? Even if no one ever found such a virus?
Buy the virus story if you want to. Everyone has that freedom. But science is supposed to be about proof, and in the case of West Nile, it's all supposition and presumption and lying.
Remember Swine Flu? The whole planet was going to go down. In the end, WHO announced the total global death figure as 20,000. Then, in a mindless burst of revisionism this year, the total was changed to 580,000.
Here's a number for you. Three maniacal spokespeople from the CDC, backed by five major television networks, can brainwash the public about a virus in seven days.