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Spraying on the public for pest control can cause serious health issues.The poison is in the spray not the bugs.
Check out what is in these sprays, ddt causes cancer,a new add on in sprays can alter your dna.
learn more, futher studies on contending for truth.com. sprays damage your immune system,sprays will not alter the mosquito population, so guess what they are going to do, yes you guessed it, vaccinate everyone ,not for our good but for loads of money.these vaccanies are so designed to cause heart failure, cancer, kidney damage, brain damage, autisum, alkzimers. be aleart, all of the above information is documentated. all we need to do is build up our immune system.not with synthetic vitamins but with whole organic food vitamins.


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