Posted: November 18th, 2012 by Militant Libertarian
This essay is an addendum to my documentary film, “Lethal Injection: The Story Of Vaccination“. It is of utmost importance that you read this entire article and spread it indefatigably.
What you are about to read may very well be the largest combined cover-up of the confederated government, ranching, meat-packing, medical, and pharmaceutical industry’s history – a collaborative effort to hide the true nature of what can only be called the human race’s modern plague of neurological and other degenerative diseases, from Alzheimer’s to AIDS.
This is not about the dead coming back to life. On the contrary, death is the only sweet release from this disease… a final cure that is always certain, and which never comes soon enough.
This is the real story of an apocalyptic peril that, as it turns out, very likely already lies dormant in us all.
This is not a zombie genre fiction, but is instead the real-life story of what are called “prions“.
The following essay affects anyone and everyone who may be reading this, without exception. This research is not an attempt to scare you or to promote science fiction. It is instead my personal attempt to save the world; to warn the entire planet of what “zombie” fans and fanatics could only before both dream about and dread, and in the end offer what I believe with all of my soul to potentially be the proverbial cure and end of prion-related diseases for ever.
But I digress… for most people – including many nurses and doctors – have never even heard of a prion, let alone considered them as the cause of such conditions that I now believe to be purposefully and falsely diagnosed as Alzheimer’s, Lou Gehrig’s Disease (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis – ALS), Parkinson’s Disease, and many other debilitating conditions that most medical “professionals” will to this day admit – they do not know the cause of!
Dismiss this information at your own peril…
Or embrace it and fight for your life and your right to live it well!
What Is A Zombie?
Sorry folks, but you’ll have to come down to Earth for this presentation! Please place all pre-conceived notions securely in the overhead bins and place all tray-tables in their upright and locked positions. It’s time to get real…
For the purposes of this essay, the term “zombie” is defined by the World English Dictionary as:
1. a person who is or appears to be lifeless, apathetic, ortotally lacking in independent judgment; automation
And by Dictionary.com as:
2. Informal. a. a person whose behavior or responses arewooden, listless, or seemingly rote; automaton. b. an eccentric or peculiar person.
And Wikipedia gives this alternative description:
The term (zombie) is often figuratively applied to describe a hypnotized person bereft of consciousness and self-awareness, yet ambulant and able to respond to surrounding stimuli.
With the following descriptions in mind, and the Hollywood death worship, gore, and fanfare safely tucked away, we can now safely proceed with what I feel may be some of the most important information you may read in your lifetime.
And anyone who knows of me, certainly knows that I don’t say something like this lightly…
Cannibalism As Medicine
The virtually unknown and under-discussed scientific and medical topic of what is called “xenotransplantation“, as well as human protein ingestion – including injection (vaccination) of other animals and human cells into the human body – is now a practice as prevalent as the consumption of aspirin. From flavor enhancers labeled as “natural ingredients” or “natural flavors” to oral and inject-able pharmaceutical drugs ranging from insulin to humangrowth hormone to anti-blood clotting drugs to seasonal vaccines, the human race has unsuspectingly been transformed into a species that consumes itself “for medicinal purposes“.
Be it consumed orally, injected (vaccinated) through the skin to bypass the body’s natural defenses, or purposefully “xeno”-transplanted via surgical procedure, the deadly zombie-creating prion we are about to expose is officially undetectable, ineradicable, untreatable, irreversibly fatal, and unless good people take immediate action and demand public exposure and immediate research, unstoppable!!!
There is a distinct difference between animal and human consumption, both in application and in function. But the dangers in both cases are equally deadly – as in always deadly, without exception, meaning 100% fatal! The reasons for this fact will become inescapably apparent and self-evident as we read on…
What is Xenotransplantation?
The FDA explains Xenotransplantation as:
Xenotransplantation is any procedure that involves the transplantation, implantation or infusion into a human recipient of either (a) live cells, tissues, or organs from a nonhuman animal source, or (b) human body fluids, cells, tissues or organs that have had ex vivo contact with live nonhuman animal cells, tissues or organs. The development of xenotransplantation is, in part, driven by the fact that the demand for human organs for clinical transplantation far exceeds the supply.
Currently ten patients die each day in the United States while on the waiting list to receive lifesaving vital organ transplants. Moreover, recent evidence has suggested that transplantation of cells and tissues may be therapeutic for certain diseases such as neurodegenerative disorders and diabetes, where, again human materials are not usually available.
Although the potential benefits are considerable, the use of xenotransplantation raises concerns regarding the potential infection of recipients with bothrecognized and unrecognized infectious agents and the possible subsequent transmission to their close contacts and into the general human population. Of public health concern is the potential for cross-species infection by retroviruses, which may be latent and lead to disease years after infection. Moreover, new infectious agents may not be readily identifiable with current techniques.
The FDA also has this information page regarding xenotransplantation:
Information and recommendations for Physicians Involved in the Co-Culture of Human Embryos with Non-Human Animal Cells
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) wants you to know that the co-culture of human embryos with nonhuman animal cells raises health concerns for the recipients of such embryos, the offspring resulting from such embryos, and the general public. The use of nonhuman animal cells, tissues or organs in the treatment of human medical conditions is called xenotransplantation…
Co-culture of human embryos with nonhuman animal cells fits the second part of this definition (xenotransplantation, defined above). During co-culturing, human embryos and nonhuman animal cells are maintained together outside the body, in ex vivo contact. Thus, the woman into whom the co-cultured embryos are transferred is a recipient of a xenotransplantation product.
A serious concern regarding the clinical use of xenotransplantation is the potential for the transmission of infectious disease from nonhuman animals to humans.Scientists believe that the potential for transmission of an infectious disease from the animal source to a human is of concern either when live nonhuman animal cells, tissues or organs are implanted directly into a human, or when human cells are exposed to live nonhuman animal cells by ex vivocontact. Experience with organ allotransplantation has shown that diseases such as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, hepatitis B virus infection and hepatitis C virus infection can be transmitted from the human donor to the recipient. Similarly, xenotransplantation poses concerns for infection with recognized, or as yet unrecognized, infectious agents from nonhuman animals. These concerns may extend beyond the recipient to the general public because of the potential for subsequent transmission of an infectious agent to the recipient’s contacts and to the general population. Infections originating from animals that have been known to infect and be transmitted from human to human include, for example,HIV and swine influenza. Many viruses exhibit latency, so that the lack of symptoms at the time of the embryo transfer, or in the short term, does not alleviate all concern.
The U.S. Public Health Service has published guidelines on infectious disease issues in xenotransplantation. These guidelines, as well as FDA guidance documents, can be found at the website http://www.fda.gov/cber/xap/xap.htm, or obtained from FDA. They recommend, for example, that:
- You should inform recipients of xenotransplantation products that they and their intimate contacts should defer from donation of blood and other tissues.
- You should inform patients that they have been treated with a xenotransplantation product and of the risks involved.
- You should archive patient samples, such as blood, to allow future monitoring for potential infections.
- You should follow patients for their lifetimes and counsel them to be alert to any unusual symptoms.
- You should archive samples of the xenotransplantation product. In this case, the nonhuman animal cells used for the co-culture process should be archived.
We would be happy to discuss any questions you might have about these recommendations. The nature and level of our concerns may vary depending on the species of nonhuman animal used in the co-culture technique and the source of the culture cells. We plan to have further public discussion of this topic with an appropriate federal advisory committee. At this time, FDA plans to enforce investigation new drug application (IND) requirements for investigations involving further production of embryos co-cultured with live nonhuman animal cells. However, currently it is not our intent to take enforcement action based on the transfer of already existing embryos created by co-culture with live nonhuman animal cells.