This article, forwarded to Faux and me by Maarten and already absorbed by Stephers, is quite long. Give it half an hour of focused attention. I was already familiar with much of its content and planned to write about electromagnetic-caused illness down the road, after I reviewed the book by Arthur Firstenberg, The Invisible Rainbow, said by Amazon now to be a best seller.
The article, by Sally Fallon Morrel, not only got me up to speed on this subject, but cleared up some misconceptions I was carrying around (the nature of the “isolation” process of viruses, for one). I’ve long been divorced now from germ theory. If you are traveling that road too, you’ll find this article an additional push in that direction.
It is almost six thousand words followed by thirty citations. Readers here will not be put off by that, but to me it says that it is not accessible to the vast majority of Americans. As I like to say, truth in this country is hidden mostly in books. But a six-thousand word piece is also a good hiding place.
Paranoid fool that I am, I downloaded the article and stored it on my computer. While the nature of viruses is misunderstood by the medical profession, there is still the hoax aspect of all that is going on, the insertion of a heavy dose of fascism into our lives.