Monday, July 12, 2004

Let's slap the vets in the face .. again

BBC NEWS | Health | No evidence for Gulf war syndrome

Who funded this study? Who were the geniuses behind it? Why is the study being published now?

Admittedly, I'm a big conspiracy theory buff. But this story has a peculiar odor to it. It smells like the powers that be need a little more "scientific ammunition" to buffer against the upcoming cases of Gulf War 2 syndrome.

I firmly believe that the witch's brew of forced vaccines, immunoglobins, and especially antimalarials is making our soldiers sick. Some element or elements indigenous to the Persian Gulf may or may not be a part of the toxic mix. It doesn't matter. What matters is that soldiers are getting sick, and their families are sick of being told that "there's nothing wrong, but if there was something wrong, it would have no connection to military service."

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