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Americans need to plan

 "as you would for other public health emergencies"

regarding the H5N1 Flu virus,

as stated by the

U.S. Health and Human Services

Secretary: Mike Leavitt


Collidal Silver

is an answer to the bird flu virus.


Silver kills most pathogenic viruses and bacteria ON CONTACT!  

No Pathogenic virus or bacteria has ever been proven to mutate and become immune to silver.

So why haven’t the ‘authorities’ endorsed Colloidal Silver?

For the same reason they ignore colloidal silver in the treatment of many other
viral complaints – because you cannot patent colloidal silver,
if anyone wanted to they could make it in their kitchen – so there is no profit for BigPharma

(the major drug companies) – and there is BIG money in patented drugs.

But colloidal silver works better than most antibiotics,
indeed it was the antibiotic of choice until 1938,
when they ‘patented’ penicillin, and started the ‘gold rush’ of profits for their shareholders.
So the ‘authorities’ must choose to ignore colloidal silver, or face the ‘wrath’ of the drug industry.

You must decide whether you will also ignore this simple, but highly effective, virus killer.
Avian bird flu looks set to become an unpleasant reality for us.
The moment this virus manages to cross the barrier to become a human virus,
allowing it to pass from human to human, we can expect it to reach
every corner of the globe that a domestic airline travels to, in a very short time.
The overall projections allow a 'worst case' scenario of 150,000,000 dead worldwide.
That's a whole lot of humanitY.

We cannot (at this stage) say whether Colloidal Silver will defeat this virus for obvious reasons.
Firstly were we to do so we would receive a visit from the 'officials' involved in medical science,
but mainly because to date this virus has not made that (official) transition from an avian flu
to a human variety, so Colloidal Silver has not been tested against this threat. But it will be,
and we believe it will minimise this virus's dangers for those who use it.



Global Cases of Bird Flu


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