Ebola unproven treatments; what about vitamins?
bola unproven treatments; how about vitamins?
by Jon Rappoport
August 15, 2014
Here’s the situation: the World Health Organization has decided to green-light unproven drugs and vaccines, to “stem the tide of Ebola.”
(8/12/2014: “Ethical considerations for use of unregistered interventions for Ebola virus disease (EVD)”; Link: who.int/mediacentre/news/statements/2014/ebola-ethical-review-summary/en/)
Who appointed them king?
This is the organization that lied a dozen different way to pump up the dud “epidemic,” Swine Flu, and colluded with pharmaceutical companies in the process.
If it’s suddenly all right to give patients experimental drugs, whose safety has never been established in humans—what about vitamins and minerals, whose track record of safety makes medical drugs look like high-dose cyanide?
As I’ve written, most of the people being diagnosed with Ebola have suffered for a long time under conditions of poverty, severe malnutrition, and absence of basic sanitation.
If drugs and vaccines are deemed “compassionate intervention,” how about moving patients, before they’re terminal, to a clean facility and gradually improving their nutrition? Give them pure water. Introduce electrolytes, minerals. Feed them.
Do you know why the World Health organization will never sanction such a program of “experimental care?”
When it worked better than the upcoming drugs and vaccines, it would topple a pillar of the medical cartel. It would expose an army of liars and frauds.
It would expose the ongoing crime of “medical care” in Africa, whereby the focus is germs, germs, germs, instead of the immune system.
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