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MS Cluster Faroe Islands

Postby NZer1 » Mon Jun 24, 2013 2:26 pm

Conclusion: MS Cluster Faroe Islands
It was gas that was introduced to the Faroe Islands. Gas is a nerve agent, designed as a deterrent during the great wars. It killed in a horrific manner by attacking the central nervous system of front line soldiers.
The key element in nerve gas is Organophosphate. It is the building block for pesticides sprayed on our lawns, golf courses, and crops over the last 70 years.
Pesticides are nothing more than diluted nerve agent. They do exactly to insects as gas would do to humans, choke them to death.
Pesticides are pervasive, cumulative, and fat soluble. Once inhaled, these contaminants soak into your system, attack the central nervous system, and burn the fat off your brain. It is a process known as demyelination, similar to pouring salt on ice.
Pesticides also restrict blood flow from the brain. This happens because the veins in the neck narrow and reduce cognitive ability. This condition was discovered by Dr Paolo Zamboni, and is known as (CCSVI) Chronic Cerebro-Spinal Venous Insufficiency. Dr. Zamboni discovered that a simple angioplasty will open the veins, increase blood flow, and liberate victims from many symptoms of this disease.
If you are aware of the cancer causing estrogen mimics in PCB’s, then you know you can’t just wash fat soluble contaminants away. Over time, pesticide exposure is like the death of a thousand cuts. Epidemiology proves Multiple Sclerosis is most prevalent in agriculturally rich areas such as, America’s Midwest, the Canadian Prairies, and New Zealand. Lest we forget, the well kept golf courses of the Scottish Highlands.
If you are someone who has suffered the bitterness of neurological disease, pointing the finger at chemical manufacturers, doctors, and politicians is frivolous. Those responsible for millions of lives destroyed are aware. As are those who have posted over 19,000,000 results, in the study of cause and effect.
The table below may be of no significance to individuals who have not suffered from a neurological disease. However, if you are someone who is searching for answers, you will find them in the links below.
http://ovisarie.com/ms-ground-zero/conc ... e-islands/
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Re: MS Cluster Faroe Islands

Postby erinc14 » Tue Jun 25, 2013 9:14 am

when I first had ms I was told northern Ireland had a cluster and my grandfather was from Belfast . a cousin has ms and we have the same gf.

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Re: MS Cluster Faroe Islands

Postby cheerleader » Tue Jun 25, 2013 10:55 am

yeah...not so sure about the "nerve gas"/pesticide theory and other writings on this blog regarding the Faroe Islands.

Certainly, the Brits introduced high fat foods, more smoking and drinking, potentially new viral infections and new chemical and industrial toxins to the Faroe Islanders. They radically changed an indigineous community in an attempt to conquer and "modernize" it. And we see MS rates rising all over the world in industrialized nations. But it's not just pesticides.

Here's a modern day equivalent, occuring on the Orkney Islands, where the highest rates of MS are found today. But it's not just MS. The Orkney Islanders have higher rates of stroke, cardiovascular disease, obesity and cancer than other UK residents. We need to look at the big picture, and not just isolate one factor--be it a toxin like a pesticide, high fat diet, virus, bacteria or lack of UV rays. All of these environmental factors matter, and we need to consider them all.
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Re: MS Cluster Faroe Islands

Postby NZer1 » Tue Jun 25, 2013 11:21 am

Thanks Cheer,
So with that thought,

What is MS?

I guess if it was defined we would have more chances of doing something about the individual jigsaw pieces in the vast array of contributing factors. And on that note probably find that there is no such thing as MS rather 50 plus other diseases/syndromes combining or interlinking to give a blend disease that the Neurologists (or as they should be known the extension of the Pharmaceutical Industry that works in disguise as Neurologists) put the label of MS on.

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Re: MS Cluster Faroe Islands

Postby EJC » Tue Jun 25, 2013 11:25 am

NZer1 wrote:Neurologists (or as they should be known the extension of the Pharmaceutical Industry that works in disguise as Neurologists)

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Made me chuckle Nigel.
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Re: MS Cluster Faroe Islands

Postby frodo » Tue Jun 25, 2013 12:47 pm

NZer1 wrote:Thanks Cheer,
So with that thought,

What is MS?

I guess if it was defined we would have more chances of doing something about the individual jigsaw pieces in the vast array of contributing factors. And on that note probably find that there is no such thing as MS rather 50 plus other diseases/syndromes combining or interlinking to give a blend disease that the Neurologists (or as they should be known the extension of the Pharmaceutical Industry that works in disguise as Neurologists) put the label of MS on.

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The funny thing is that in the beginning MS was the description of a condition (presence of multiple sclerotic plaques regardless of their etiology) like hepatitis was the condition of liver inflammation. Something quite clear. At least post-mortem.

Now normally MS refers to an unknown underlying condition that produces these plaques. Quite blurry. Even worse, for some people, MS means a necessarily autoimmune condition able to produce such plaques, even if they are not sure that such a thing exists. Most of modern days papers speak about a possibly non-existant entity.

Therefore it is not clear at all what MS means in an arbitrary context.

PS: And the funniest part is the McDonald's "clinical definition". For him MS is a set of symptoms regardless of what you have in your brain. The situation has become completely absurd.
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Re: MS Cluster Faroe Islands

Postby NZer1 » Tue Jun 25, 2013 12:52 pm

Interesting that Joan linked a thread this morning that 'may' be related to what you are saying frodo

"Cerebrospinal fluid needs to move quickly through the brain to keep it healthy. What happens when the venous system is malformed or damaged? The brain cannot be drained properly. Neurodegenerative disease is the result."
https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php? ... =notify_me

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Re: MS Cluster Faroe Islands

Postby erinc14 » Wed Jun 26, 2013 6:39 am

EJC wrote:
NZer1 wrote:Neurologists (or as they should be known the extension of the Pharmaceutical Industry that works in disguise as Neurologists)

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Made me chuckle Nigel.
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Re: MS Cluster Faroe Islands

Postby NZer1 » Wed Jun 26, 2013 1:38 pm

It sounds like the reason that MS hasn't been defined more accurately is because the treatments would be 'different' if a Vascular cause was accepted.
Whilst the auto-immune term is linked to the label MS it means that PwMS are held as customers to drug interventions.
If the definition of MS was solely based on Dawsons Fingers sighted by MRI then it can only be Vascular?
If the definition does happen then any other theory or finding for symptoms that 'had' been called MS would still be able to attract customers for the Drug Industry.
I think the drug industry has forgotten that they will still have a market and shareholders that will still be supportive.
The difference is a simple name change and re-branding which is done in Business and Industry daily!
The disease MS is simply re-boxed or re-labelled and a new emerging name and Market have been created!
The original Vascular Disease sufferers can be allowed to have support Financially and Ethically!
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