Mad Cow Disease Caused by Organo-Phosphorous

Mad Cow Disease Caused by Organo-Phosphorous
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Ed. the late Mark Purdey (left) who was one of the first to expose the government’s stance on the inappropriately named mad cow disease, which was a guise to cover-up the real cause, namely, the widespread enforced use of organo-phosphorus pesticides to control warble fly etc. It was an opportune moment to attack the country’s food supply. This is the exact same scenario that is being played out again i,e, a pandemic to cover illness and death caused by vaccines, electro magnetic frequencies and scalar waves transmitted via TVs and mobile phones.
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AMONG mainstream science, the current model of Mad Cow Disease (Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy or BSE) involves “prions” — protein rods allegedly without any DNA of their own, and an ability to survive most antiseptics and heat while remaining infectious. Mad Cow Disease is found in a number of other animals, and is called:

Mad Cow Disease (BSE – Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy) in cattle,

CJD (Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease) in humans,
Scrapie in sheep, and CWD (Chroinc Wasting Disease) in deer and elk