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Radio Topic 04/04/2017 – Lyme Disease, & overcoming this bioweapon from hell

“Lyme disease is set to explode and we still don’t have a vaccine” “Pandemic Risk: Zika Mosquitos in 129 California Cities”             Karen Allen from the movie Indiana Jones talks about Lyme Disease and the Hulda Clark Zapper Overcoming MS with Hulda Clark’s Methods   “Is Zika A Bioweapon – Deliberately Released?” Our suspicion at MadScientists.Exposed is that whether or not a disease is lab-engineered, the true weapon is the “cure”, or more likely the “preventative” offered for that disease, as a) it will do nothing for the infected, encouraging us to turn our backs on our fellow man, but b) it will reach even the uninfected / undiseased with its deadly purpose.    

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The “Resistant Head Lice” Head-Fake!


Big headlines on Drudge this week, linking to The Daily Caller – Study: 98% Of Head Lice In 42 States Now Resistant To Common Treatments Well, because of our cynicism here, we can sniff these things out, and this story turns out to be a big  head-fake. More on the real answer below, but first I’ll explain why the above article is so sneaky. The Daily Caller does not appear to carry a whole lot of pharmaceutical ads, so we can trust them, can’t we?   But is this article as much news, as it is an ad?  Well, it turns out every word they published is true…. but they left a really big piece out.  Where we come from, that’s called “lying by omission“. The article is based on a published medical journal study, downloadable here, and (we saved a copy) here, and it appears that’s all the hint we’ll get as to who is profiting by putting out such a terrifying story. Well, if we open the study link in our favorite PDF reader and scroll down to the near bottom, we come to “Acknowledgements”, and there it is: Acknowledgements This work was supported, in part, by a cooperative agreement…

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