Joel Savage en Communications and journalism, Healthcare, Social Media Freelance Journalist, writer and author • A MIXTURE OF PERIODICALS 14/10/2016 · 2 min de lectura · +500



A child suffering from nodding syndrome diseases

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In many scientific publications, one can read that in the early sixties and seventies African countries were affected by a stream of conflicts. During these wars and conflicts, Western countries frequently experimented with toxic substances. 

It involved a deliberate distribution of various types of aflatoxins, mycotoxins, and genetically engineered microorganisms. These secretions of fungi have a life-threatening and cancer-causing effect on all living creatures. 

These agents are particularly interesting for military biowarfare purposes for East and West during the cold war and the existence of the Iron Curtain. Because these toxins have a very strong resistance-reducing effect, making the body susceptible to life-threatening viruses and bacteria, people become ill easily with both old and new diseases. 

Such toxins were strewn with the aid of aircraft or mixed with food and/or drinking water in for instance Uganda and Tanzania. As people come in contact with such mycotoxins, after they have been vaccinated against any disease, which in those years in Africa widely happened, it could lead to an explosion of entirely new diseases. 

"During the hand-over of power to Milton Obote, the USA, England and French did widespread biowarfare experiments in this specific region of Africa. Outside this region nodding disease is much less common or absent."

Amongst them Aids, Ebola, and for instance Nodding Disease. There is no reason not to believe that also apes are contaminated with mycotoxins because it is spread into the open air. Subsequently, the monkeys develop several diseases and amongst them SIV, monkey Aids, caused by the Simian Immunodeficiency Virus

I read an article about one in: 'The Animal Health Yearbook 1990: FAO Animal Production and Health Series No. 30,' which was commissioned by the WHO in 1990, and released by the “Food and Agriculture Organization of the Treaties United Nations.'

Within this publication, there are 58 brand new diseases described in Uganda and Tanzania since 1976, excluding diseases in some animals. An article in the Washington Post of July 7th, 1992, reports the mass deaths of fish in Lake Victoria caused by cancer. 

Yet more devastating is the communication in the alternative journal Science in1994, which in 1978 reported a certain mysterious brain disease in about 20 percent of all lions in Tanzania. Apparently, unfolds a strange sickening in African countries process by which humans and animals are massively ruined.

There is no reason to believe that apes such diseases remain free. After poisoning with these mycotoxins not only certain brain diseases occur but people in that area became extremely violent. Within communities, behavioral changes have the effect of those associated with a strong increase in aggression and crime. 

One should not remember that the genocide which to this day in Central Africa takes place, could be partly caused by the dispersion of mycotoxins!

Nobel Prize winner Daniel Carleton Gajdusek

Daniel Carleton Gajdusek, son of a poor Polish immigrant family, was an American scientist, pediatrician, commissioned during the World War II, as an army captain. Respectively in 1948, 1952 and 1954, he visited for the treatment of childhood diseases, af repeatedly and commissioned by the US military leadership post-war Germany.

From 1952 to 1953, he was a staff member of the French Institute Pasteur in Iran. At the same time, as an employee of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, he published  "Acute infectious hemorrhagic fevers and mycotoxins in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republic." 

The publication describes the relationship between myocardial mycotoxins and hemorrhagic bleeding associated fever. Mycotoxins are residues of fungi which have a strong resistance-lowering action and therefore be effective in a biological warfare.

From 1954 to 1955, Gajdusek also became the advisor to the Australian Government in Melbourne. Afterward, until 1957, as a representative of the National Institutes of Health, he led a study on the growth and development of children and did research on disease patterns in primitive cultures regarding sleeping viruses in Papua New Guinea in connection with brain diseases.

In the same period, Gajdusek published for the first time pneumocystis carinii, pneumonia PCP, a deadly secondary disease connected with Aids. He made a startling discovery among the Fore tribes in Papua New Guinea where the people appear to suffer from a particular brain disorder which changes the brain tissue into a kind of sponge. 

He named this degenerative nerve disorder KURU, a disease like BSE. Back in Washington, he notes that the disease is contagious and it provides a link to CJD, a disease in its turn, is associated with "mad cow disease".

In 1985 and 1986 respectively, he published along with Gibbs and Epstein on operation in humans and found retroviruses as HTLV-I and HTLV-III (HIV-1) in monkeys and horses. 

In 1976 Gajdusek was awarded the Nobel Prize for medicine. Sources: Gajdusek, 1981; Geisler 1994, Johan van Dongen 1997, 2002 and 2014 (all in books and on our blog Secrets of Aids and Ebola).
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