Gulf War Snydrome

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Gulf War Snydrome
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Mon, 11-17-2008 - 4:55pm

It was proposed by Boyd haley that Gulf War Syndrome was the result of multiple vaccines that US soldiers were receiving. It is ironic that many symptoms that veterans had resembled those of mercury toxicity. Anothr strong point that points to vaccines causing Gulf War Syndrome is that none of the soldiers from other countries were reporting the symptoms from Gulf War. This article states it's from medications, chemicals and other environmental factors. If it is what the article says, than wh aren't the soldiers from non US countries claiming Gulf War Syndrome? Lets discuss please!!!


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Tue, 11-18-2008 - 10:18am

Hi two!

Rands

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Tue, 11-18-2008 - 10:31am
Good insight! I have talked to Boyd Haley and he seems to have such a good heart. Very possible the vaccines, the meds, etc. could have weakened the immune function of some of the soldiers, and then they toxins they were exposed to overseas brought on GWS. Let me see if I can find the Boyd haley video.
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Tue, 11-18-2008 - 10:36am
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Tue, 11-18-2008 - 10:38am

Dr. Meryl Nass treats GW patients and has devoted over a decade into treating them. The whole crusade (for lack of better terminology) actually started out with AVA (on her end).

Rands

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Tue, 11-18-2008 - 10:54am

If you're into this kind of stuff, there's been a few good documentaries done by Scott Miller, Direct Order and Raven Warrior and Gulf War Syndrome. You can watch the trailers here: http://directorder.org


Beyond Treason by Joyce Riley is also a good one. That one you can get for free by contacting her.

Rands

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Wed, 11-19-2008 - 12:29pm

I am definetly interested in the documentaries on Gulf War, thank you.


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Wed, 11-19-2008 - 1:58pm
I have not.

Rands

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Thu, 11-20-2008 - 10:44am

Hey Two, I thought you'd find this article of interest: (The only problem as noted earlier as this appears to address only those that deployed - but, it's at least a start).


Rands

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Thu, 11-20-2008 - 2:18pm

Got another one for you Two - this actually started out as being my baby prior to childhood vaccines.


http://www.baltimoreexaminer.com/local/112008anthraxpart2.html#comments
By Deborah Rudacille
Examiner Correspondent 11/20/08


Editor’s note: This is the second of two parts.
Eddie Norman is only 43 years old, but he gets confused when he tries to remember important dates. The Fort Meade veteran walks with an old man’s shuffle and has twice experienced kidney failure. To combat this misery, he takes 13 pills a day.


“What anthrax has done to me, I can’t put a number on,” he says. “It really destroyed me.”


Norman is not a victim of the anthrax letter attacks of 2001. He is a casualty of the Army’s Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program, instituted in 1998 to protect American troops from the threat of biological warfare. About 2.1 million troops have received the vaccine.


The number of troops who have died, been disabled or suffered chronic health problems after receiving the vaccine easily eclipses the five dead and 17 sickened by the bio-terror attack that began just a week after the Sept. 11 attacks.


Between 1998 and 2000, the first two years of the mandatory vaccination program, approximately 20,765 troops were hospitalized, according to vaccination data that the Pentagon long withheld from lawmakers. The illnesses ranged from systemic reactions such as numbness, joint pain and extreme fatigue to autoimmune diseases such as lupus, musculo-skeletal disorders and other chronic conditions.


It is impossible to say with certainty how many have fallen ill after getting the shots because no one is keeping exact count.


The Food and Drug Administration, however, has confirmed 21 deaths following anthrax vaccination, including Richard Dunn, an employee of the anthrax manufacturer

Rands

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Thu, 11-20-2008 - 2:42pm

It just hit me, I remeber reading about a number of oldiers who had symptoms of GWS before they were deported from the US. So how could exposure to the war have caused there GWS?


It's a good thing we went over there and stopped them before they could get WMD's! Haha


Thank God for govt. agencies that keep us free and healthy!

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