“You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.”
— William Wilberforce
August 4, 2015 at 10:17 am
It would seem that, in their haste to eradicate the insects, the “scientists” didn’t find it important to ask if the chemical was poisonous to animals and especially people. This is apparently business as usual for BigPharma, BigScience, BigFood, BigMedicalQuacks and the other criminal organizations.
August 4, 2015 at 12:08 pm
It is VERY hard to break through dis-information when it is HUGE and widespread. Can you consider the possibility that DDT has been falsely maligned? I’m anti-vac and anti-pollutant. I mistrust many chemicals — vigorously! BUT, there is honest and thorough research that shows the DDT issue (an exceptional one) was falsified in order to get a public agenda going. The EPA was founded in 1972 and DDT was claimed (by works of non-scientist Rachel Carson) to be dangerous. Studies were done with improper information. Medical doctors rebelled and gave testimony that DDT was not dangerous. There is a young preventive medicine doctor (MD) who has broken through the lies. He has a documentary of the history of the fraud perpetrated in the Nixon administration. You can watch the documentary, for free. I know it takes guts to question a major hoax like this, but I honestly challenge you to watch the FULL EXPOSURE of what went down. The documentary is well done, not “flakey” — thoroughly showing EVIDENCE that exonerates DDT. You don’t want to miss this! http://www.cultureunplugged.com/documentary/watch-online/play/53748/3-Billion-and-Counting—
August 17, 2015 at 6:57 pm
Trudy, Do you dispute the fact that the symptoms of DDT poisoning are essentially the same as those of “polio”? People who promote toxic chemicals always say, it’s the dose that makes the poision. But, when a chemical is sprayed into the population in the way DDT was, you cannot assume that no child received a dose higher then what you would consider safe.
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