NOVEMBER 14, 2005. Here is a very telling snip from a recent NY Times article about bird flu and the “dreaded” H5N1 virus. Hazards in the hunt for flu bug By Gina Kolata The New York Times WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2005 From near the end of the article… “Some experts […]
https://www.alternative-health-news.com/birdflualert.htm Bird Flu Alert: Tamiflu(c) and the Politics of Medicine Tamiflu(c), manufactured by Roche, a Swiss company, is the FDA approved medicine purported to be an effective treatment for influenza. It has been around for years but hasn’t sold well due to the lack of a large influenza epidemic in […]
Source: newstarget.com Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have found a correlation between an ingredient found in shampoos and nervous system damage. The experiments were conducted with the brain cells of rats and they show that contact with this ingredient called methylisothiazoline, or MIT, causes neurological damage.
Editor’s comment: Here comes the next destabalising, fear inducing “pandemic” and the consequent big spendup on new unproven vaccines and the “anti viral” drugs. Read this and ask yourself whether or not there’s something really weird going on here. I mean, in light of the “recreation” of the 1918 Spanish […]
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Click here to read the full story GM crop ‘ruins fields for 15 years’ By Geoffrey Lean, Environment Editor Published: 09 October 2005 GM crops contaminate the countryside for up to 15 years after they have been harvested, startling new government research shows. The findings cast a cloud over the […]
Source axisoflogic.com Peace march coincidences By Special Report October 5, 2005 There was a big peace demonstration in Washington on September 24, accompanied by the usual coincidences: