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into the West Nile Vile Hoax - very possibly polio the same issue with DDT
in the 40's and early 50's

From Dr. Duffy by email........

The WEST NILE VILE HOAX perpetrated by the white collar criminals in the CDC
is in full swing to keep the media too busy to investigate the REAL

Just last night FOX news spent a good amount of time reporting
on how the virus "might" affect the entire USA quite soon and
reports were made of single deaths allegedly caused by the virus.
I can assure you that I could disprove their allegations on the cause
of death of those patients.

It is my opinion that CDC hoaxes such as the present West Nile Virus
Hoax are designed to keep the main stream media people hyped up
and too busy reporting the propaganda instead of reporting the facts
on the REAL EPIDEMIC of AUTISM out here on the ' fruited plain".

AUTISM is increasing over 300% per year and as reported in the
prestigious and critical journal, MEDICAL HYPOTHESES - there is
no doubt that orthodox medicine caused the AUTISM EPIDEMIC
with mercury loaded vaccines. Want info on this subject? Don't go
to anyone in orthodox medicine if you want the truth and the facts.
That's like asking the fox...........


By six months of age, Infants received toxic doses of mercury far in
excess of the EPA reported toxic levels of mercury.

Orthodox medicine is directly responsible for the epidemic
of AUTISM via HiB, HepB and DPT and flu shots. We are now seeing
one out of every 250 children suffering AUTISM.
One out of every 150 boys suffer AUTISM.

This is why the white collar criminals in the CDC are encouraging public
panic via the media concerning WEST NILE VIRUS. Take the heat off
the real problem and the real criminals because the antivaccinations are
getting up a head of steam and might be heard from some time in the
near future. If the real story about what medical doctors are really doing
to us ever breaks, it will make the tobacco makers look like saints.

1. There is no such thing as a WEST NILE VIRUS. It
has never been demonstrated to exist.
2. The bird experts at the Audubon society examined
thousands of birds and concluded that they were dying
of pesticides.
3. There is a big difference between a parasitic "infection"
and what is called a viral "infection" - there is no such thing
as a viral "infection". A virus is a piece of dead meat. A
cell fragment. Anything containing DNA or RNA can only
be sourced from a living cell. The term "live virus" is an
oxymoron. No virus has life. No virus can reproduce itself.
The two basic requirements of life is metabolism and
reproduction. The virus possesses neither. Most life on
earth is a single cell, non nucleated bacteria that possess
the basic requirements for life, metabolism and reproduction.
To Quote my good friend, James Pershing Isaacs, MD,
author of Complementarity in Biology - Quantization of Molecular
Motion. John Hopkins Press 1969, "Viruses and rickettsia do not
seem to be free-living bions....Viruses may be about the size of
bions, but possess no plasma membrane. Even for replication
ability, they depend upon the environment of cellular hosts or
artificially supported metabolism. Viruses are analagous to
subatomic particles, and rickettsiae to chemical free radicles
trapped in a matrix. We suggest that viruses may be considered
as sub-bionic particles and ricketsiae as "parasitic" bions,
entrapped in cells."

Want the real story of what a virus is? Check out my website
www.duffyslaw.com and read about my "Cah Cah Poo Poo Theory
of disease" you will not only get educated but have a laugh while
doing so.
AK group members are asked to bang away at Rush Limbaugh and
try to provoke him into saying something about this travesty that is
not making the news. He might be provoked by the fact that more boys
suffer than girls.

Virus or Environment?
Commentator Questions Blame Placed on West Nile Virus



Published on Tuesday, August 12, 2002 by
Blowing the Whistle on West Nile -
Shades of 1950's and DDT
by Lynn Landes

I'm reminded of the 1950's...TV newscasts showing
clouds of DDT sprayed on a clueless public,
compromising their health and contaminating the
environment for decades to come, as Rachel Carson
writes "Silent Spring." But the time is now, other
toxic pesticides have joined the ranks in our wayward
war against mosquitoes, and the Rachels of today are
drowned out by a media rushing to sound the alarm,
rather than report the news.

And the news is - pesticides pose a much greater
health hazard than the West Nile virus.

DEET, Anvil, and other toxic pesticides are
aggressively promoted to protect the public from a
mosquito bite that appears to be, statistically, less
dangerous than a dog bite or bee sting. And the CDC
seems to agree. On its website it says, "Human illness
from West Nile virus is rare, even in areas where the
virus has been reported. The chance that any one
person is going to become ill from a mosquito bite is

Since 1999 only a handful of deaths per year have been
associated with West Nile, even though the virus has
been found in 33 states.

The fact that this "health crisis" has been
exaggerated, and that chemical spraying is usually the
least effective yet most toxic way to control
mosquitoes, has deterred some state officials, but not
others. The New York State Health Department backed
away from recommending wholesale spraying after
finding that more people got sick from the pesticides
than from the virus. However, Louisiana has just asked
for $17 million in federal aid, and Mississippi is
following suit. There's no word yet on how the money
is to be allocated, but rest assured the pesticide
companies stand to benefit.

Meanwhile, some citizen groups are taking matters into
their own hands. The No Spray Coalition is suing New
York City to stop pesticide spraying in their

There's a good deal of information on government and
other websites about the toxic effects of pesticides,
but a comprehensive picture of the specific pesticides
and issues involved in the West Nile campaign is well
laid out in a report called "Overkill: Why Pesticide
Spraying for West Nile Virus May Cause More Harm Than
Good" by the Maine Environmental Policy Institute
(MEPI) and the Toxics Action Center.

In short, they report that these pesticides offer a
toxic legacy: short- and long-term respiratory
problems, immune and nervous system disruption,
cancer, and reproductive and learning disorders. That
covers just about everything you'd never want to get.

The "Overkill" report also emphasizes the association
between outdoor pesticide sprays and neurological
damage, stating, "A report of pesticides and childhood
brain cancers published in Environmental Health
Perspectives (a publication of the National Institutes
of Health) revealed a strong relationship between
brain cancers and pyrethroids used to kill fleas and
ticks." Anvil, a pyrethroid, is a popular pesticide
used by state agencies to control mosquitoes.

The use of DEET in mosquito repellents is extremely
troubling. DEET has been associated with seizures and
several cases of toxic encephalopathy (encephalitis)
in children, including three deaths, according to the
Extension Toxicology Network at Cornell University.

The battle against West Nile is supposed to prevent a
virus that can cause encephalitis. It appears the cure
can cause the disease. That would be ironic, if it
weren't so tragic.

Dr. Mohamed Abou-Donia, a research scientist at Duke
University Medical Center, whose studies have
established a link between DEET and neurological
damage in animals, warns parents in a recent
Environmental News Service article, "Never use insect
repellents on infants, and be wary of using them on
children in general. Never combine insecticides with
each other or use them with other medications. Even so
simple a drug as an antihistamine could interact with
DEET to cause toxic side effects. Don't spray your
yard for bugs and then take medications. Until we have
more data on potential interactions in humans, safe is
better than sorry."

Meanwhile, state and federal agencies, including the
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Centers
for Disease Control (CDC), are encouraging the public
to use mosquito repellents containing DEET. Although
the CDC warns parents to avoid applying repellent on
children less than 2 years old, the EPA and other
state agencies are not giving that caution. The EPA
instead advises, "Do not allow children to handle the
products, and do not apply to children's hands. When
using on children, apply to your own hands and then
put it on the child."

Have these people ever met a child? Children touch
everything and everybody, including themselves. And
then they put their pudgy little fingers directly into
their mouths.

While the battle plan's objective is to target the
mosquitoes that carry West Nile, the strikes won't be
'precision' and the collateral damage could be vast.
Pesticides and larvicides can impact fish, insects,
animals, and humans. And although the public has been
told to lather up with DEET, spray pesticides, and
eliminate standing water, little has been said about
using select plants, birds, bugs, fish, and amphibians
- gifts of nature that help control mosquitoes.

It seems we're traveling in a deadly circle. Spraying
for West Nile, while we're gassing ourselves. Falling
for a health scare, when the real scare is the alleged
cure. And the real cure can be found in the natural
world we're attacking.

Welcome to the 1950's. Rachel must be rolling in her

Lynn Landes is a freelance journalist specializing in
environmental issues. She is a weekly commentator on
the BBC's Radio Five Live and reports environmental
news for DUTV in Philadelphia, PA (EcoTalk.org).