- Wherein spread of the prion diseases was discussed. Very
little of this problem is being publicized.
- I was talking to a neurologist a couple weeks ago and
randomly asked him if he heard about the prion diseases. He said Oh Yes,
I have treated two hunters from eastern KY who have definitely got that
from eating squirrels. He pointedly remarked that they ate the brains.
- He said there was a federal district judge in Lexington
KY who now had advanced dementia from prion disease, brought on by his
hunting in Africa, and eating the brains of animals he killed.
- He then volunteered there were 5 more cases he was aware
of in central KY which were highly likely prion caused, but that had not
been positively proven yet.
- So he has given information about it having spread to
many other animals than is being publicized.
- I have wondered for some time if plants also use similar
proteins to those prions with mirror image capability. I understand that
many organic chemicals do have such formations.
- If plants have proteins of that type, it that may explain
how some vegetarian animals are getting it.
- A story out of NY (I believe), telling homeowners in
rural areas not to feed deer because they may become infected from the
types food they would throw out for deer, sounded suspicious to me.
- Also Rense mentioned the story that wild animals got
prion infections from eating cattle feed, contained the unspoken content
that such a thing would certainly have infected cattle as well.
- I am suspicious about how squirrels got it. I never heard
of a squirrel eating meat, but then I am no expert on their eating habits.
I have never seen one eat meat. They do eat a lot of protein rich nuts
though. It is possible their nuts get contaminated from animal feces, but
- I cannot vouch for the neuroligist's statements, except
that he is a very good neuroligist, and does not seem to be, in other subjects,
- So I only offer it as a suspicion, which may be worth
keeping in mind as those pursuing this threat dig for facts. Prions to
seem to be a lot more pervasive than we have been led to believe.
- I fully understand the great reluctance for "experts"
to mention new threats because they are capable of unleashing great troubles
among the public, (as in Rather's apple pesticide classic example).
- I am also fully aware that our government covers up all
problems until they burst out of government limits of containment, because
they apparently do not want to appear to be not in control of everything.
- Therefore I have strong suspicions of things which don't
add up to something that makes sense, and upon which the government is
being very quiet.((Chemtrails for example)
- However having been struck by lightning (figuratively
speaking) several times, I tend to be very sensitive.
- My present motto is; Believe only what governments do,
and nothing of what they say.
- Their reputation for looking after we the people is that
they seldom have done so.
- Modified by Eugene Dusina at Thu, Dec 05, 2002, 17:55:35