Mercury Ruins Lives

Some peoples’ nerves are more susceptible to Mercury than others. After watching this video, you can see how and why Mercury is associated with many ill effects, such as inhibiting the brain development of some kids, or bringing on Alzheimers or Parkinsons in older people.

You can get Mercury removed from your body by chelation, using EDTA intravenously, or with suppositories. It is worth having a test. Only thing is you cannot get that on the NHS in the UK.

I would get all Mercury removed from your teeth. As for vaccinating children, proceed with care. The health industry is very sensitive about being accused of causing autism. If at all possible don’t get mercury into our bodies. Our lives will be the better for it. Note particularly that lead, cadmium, aluminium and other heavy metals do not inhibit nerve growth. Mercury is the one to watch.


Here”s a quick list of the most common ingredients included in Vaccines. From your child’s MMR jab to the latest H1N1 Swine Flu Vaccination ,they all contain many, if not all, of these substances. In 1980 only 1 in 10,000 children developed Autism. In 2009 it was 1 in 175. Just what the fuck is going on here? Genocide? Sure seems that way to me.

Heres the list, prepare to be horrified:

Mercury (thimerosal)
One of the most poisonous substances known. Has an affinity for the brain, gut, liver, bone marrow and kidneys. Minute amounts can cause nerve damage. Symptoms of mercury toxicity are similar to those of autism.

The story about vaccines needs look no further. Mercury is the killer, and the maimer. As the video points out all other toxic metals are far easier on the nervous system than mercury – even lead. The primary toxic load in our bodies is mercury.

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One Response to “Mercury Ruins Lives”

  1. Anonymous says:

    it is in energy saving lightbulbs

    wv: “comas”

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