The Lies BBC And CNN Want Us To Believe About The Ebola Epidemic

The Lies BBC And CNN Want Us To Believe About The Ebola Epidemic

Have the BBC and CNN been paid by World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control to lie about the origins of HIV-Aids and Ebola? The lies are too much and getting serious now Only the CNN calls an apple a banana Decades ago after HIV-Aids and Ebola epidemic was triggered by the U.S government as bio-weapons to fulfill the government’s bio-weapons project for global depopulation, the two giant media, CNN and the BBC have…

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An Introduction And Anatomy Of A False Ebola Article

An Introduction And Anatomy Of A False Ebola Article

There are many false articles about Ebola floating on the internet to mislead the public, especially Africans. In the mind of the developed world, Africans don’t read, therefore, there is no way to find out the truth. They take their time to write false articles believing that will help to divert the mind of an African. Today, I have taken one from a famous and trusted Health Website in America for Africans to be very…

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New Man-Made Disease After Ebola May Be Blamed On Chewing Stick

New Man-Made Disease After Ebola May Be Blamed On Chewing Stick

There is a syndrome or disease called ‘fear,’ controlling the mind of African leaders, which has been a key factor attributing to the lack of growth in Africa and at the same time, enabling Western European countries, such as Holland, Belgium, Germany, France, Britain and the United States America, to commit heinous crime on the continent of Africa with impunity. Western Europe and the United States of America are aware of that African leaders have…

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Evidence that the military is responsible for chemical and biological agents

Evidence that the military is responsible for chemical and biological agents

A Liberian proudly presenting ‘goodbye Ebola’ on his chest, but the disease still remains a threat in Africa, especially in the affected countries For decades, the British and American military are responsible for the planting of biological weapons in African jungles, or through contaminated vaccines, giving birth to various deadly man-made diseases. At the same time, the military can be held accountable for using chemical weapons on selected population despite lies and denials. In this…

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Mycotoxin Biological Weapon In Rwanda And The Shoddy Research By The Makerere University

Mycotoxin Biological Weapon In Rwanda And The Shoddy Research By The Makerere University

A sea of skulls after the Rwandan genocide: Apart from journals and investigation by scientists, the book ‘The Shadow of the Sun’ by Polish writer Ryszard Kapuscinski, reveals that Belgium is responsible for the Rwanda genocide. “Mycotoxin which causes aggressiveness was used in Rwanda during the genocide. The substance made the Belgian soldiers urinated on the faces of dead Hutus. We haven’t forgotten that!!” The Rwandan genocide is historically one of the shortest yet also…

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We must fix our priorities as a nation

We must fix our priorities as a nation

Young Arab Americans lined up at the Islamic Center in Dearborn to bid farewell to their friend Mohamad Osman, who passed away at 18, after a hard fought battle with cancer, on Wednesday, Dec.12. Let us talk about the future, our priorities and what we are facing in this country today. Mohamad Osman passed away and left us with a monumental task to complete. His passing wasn’t an accident, it was of illness that could…

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Winchester hemp company to invest $40 million in new Kentucky facility, add 80 jobs

Winchester hemp company to invest $40 million in new Kentucky facility, add 80 jobs

WINCHESTER, Ky. (WKYT) – A Winchester hemp company is expanding, as it plans to invest $40 million and add 80 jobs in a Kentucky county. Gov. Matt Bevin’s office announced Friday GenCanna Global USA will add a new 100,000 sq ft facility in Graves County. The company specializes in hemp genetics and cannabidiol formulation. “This new facility in Graves County represents the consistent and sustainable growth of both GenCanna and the hemp industry as a…

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What The Bugandan Government Says About Aids

What The Bugandan Government Says About Aids

King Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi of Buganda and his entourage Known as Muwaawa before the 12th century, Buganda is located in the south-central region of Uganda. They are the largest single ethnic group in Uganda and it is believed that the people come from Abyssinia through the rift valley and mountains of Elgon. Occupying the districts of Kampala, Mpigi, Mukono, Masaka, Kalangala, Kiboga, Rakai and Mubende, they are a Bantu –speaking people and their language…

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Genetically modified pigs resist infection with the classical swine fever virus

Genetically modified pigs resist infection with the classical swine fever virus

IMAGE: Fig 6. TG pigs exhibit antiviral responses during CSFV infection. H. Histopathological changes in the NTG pigs were confirmed by HE staining. These histopathological changes included a decrease in splenic… view more  Credit: Xie Z, et al. (2018) Researchers have developed genetically modified pigs that are protected from classical swine fever virus (CSFV), according to a study published December 13 in the open-access journal PLOS Pathogens by Hongsheng Ouyang of Jilin University, and colleagues. As…

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10 superfoods to boost a healthy diet – Harvard Health Blog

10 superfoods to boost a healthy diet – Harvard Health Blog

No single food — not even a superfood — can offer all the nutrition, health benefits, and energy we need to nourish ourselves. The 2015–2020 US Dietary Guidelines recommend healthy eating patterns, “combining healthy choices from across all food groups — while paying attention to calorie limits.” Over the years, research has shown that healthy dietary patterns can reduce risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, and certain cancers. Dietary patterns such as the…

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How Can Demographic Poverty In The African Continent Be Neutralized?

How Can Demographic Poverty In The African Continent Be Neutralized?

Miserable children in mineral resources rich Africa Apparently, Africa is the richest continent in the world, and even much richer than Europe if we are talking about natural resources. 30% of the mineral resources of the planet are in Africa, unfortunately, the continent can’t utilize their resources, resulting in corruption, poverty, and slow development. Oil, uranium, gold, diamonds, cobalt, bauxite, iron ore, are some of the precious resources found in Africa. Besides, the continent also…

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Putin Shows Concern While Africa Is Quiet

Putin Shows Concern While Africa Is Quiet

The continent of Africa and the leaders haven’t only been subdued by the developed world, but also being ruled by the developed world. African leaders and other politicians are busy for nothing, many times talking on irreverent issues, and avoiding the biological weapons threat the continent faces. After Aids, Africa is struck by Ebola biological weapon by the US government without a word from any African leader but not the Vladimir Putin, the Russian leader,…

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Elites Crimes Against Humanity With Impunity

Elites Crimes Against Humanity With Impunity

Tony Blair and George Bush: Two biggest liars in the political history of Britain and America Conspiracy is a word used by the government or people guilty of committing a crime but feel threatened. The world is full of hypocrites, criminals, rapists, racists and their dirty works and schemes are the result of what we are witnessing today: Sick and ailing society, yet nobody wants to be responsible for the menace of our society. Among…

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Romaine Lettuce Outbreak Highlights Safety Measures in Produce Industry

Romaine Lettuce Outbreak Highlights Safety Measures in Produce Industry

After repeated food poisoning outbreaks linked to romaine lettuce, the produce industry is confronting the failure of its own safety measures in preventing contaminations. The E. coli outbreak announced just before Thanksgiving follows one in the spring that sickened more than 200 people and killed five, and another last year that sickened 25 and killed one. No deaths have been reported in the latest outbreak, but the dozens of illnesses highlight the challenge of eliminating…

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Citizens turn to herb gardens for healing

Citizens turn to herb gardens for healing

Ayurvedic plants known for freshness, medicinal traits, are becoming popular Turning to age-old remedies for comfort and cure, Puneites are creating herb gardens at home (called Ayurgardens or Ayurveda gardens) for medicinal purposes. From cough and cold to stress, joint pains and immunity booster, these precious herbs are finding their way into citizens’ everyday lives. “Herbs are regularly used at home to make tea and are also part of salads and other food items,” said…

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Farms also contribute to climate change

Farms also contribute to climate change

Las Cruces Sun-News Published 10:32 a.m. MT Dec. 5, 2018 Buy Photo Down a dirt road across from Barker Produce, a large number of onions were dumped for a rancher to use as feed for cattle. The pile had been removed by Tuesday May 29, 2018, but a small herd of cattle grazed on the leftover onions.(Photo: Josh Bachman/Sun-News)Buy Photo Farms also contribute to climate change It is no secret that the copious amounts of…

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