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Are vaccines that contain pesticides safe?
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 29, 2016 6:02 am 
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Roundup-Ready Vaccines

Research Scientist Anthony Samsel

Are vaccines that contain weed killer safe?


They promised GMOs would enable farmers to use fewer pesticides, but that did not prove to be true.

In fact, it proved to be The Big Lie. How Big?

According to a peer reviewed study by Washington State Professor Charles Benbrook, herbicide use increased from 11 million pounds in 1987 to 527 million pounds in 2011.

Consequent to the increased use, pesticide residues, like that of the weed killer glyphosate, can now be found in, and on, just about every living thing. The maker of glyphosate– trade name Roundup– claims the human body simply sluffs the stuff. And that claim is backed by the full force of the federal government.

But others, like research scientists Don Huber, Stephanie Seneff and Anthony Samsel, claim there is a direct link between glyphosate and the development of disease. And in fact, the World Health Organization now claims glyphosate is a “probable cause of cancer in humans.”

In a forthcoming peer-reviewed article, Anthony Samsel will document how glyphosate has been worked into the nation’s vaccines.

And his revelation leads us to ask....

Are vaccines that contain weed killer safe?

Food Chain Radio & Forums #1,075 (Tags: Anthony Samsel, Stephanie Seneff, Don Huber, glyphosate, vaccines)


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