OK, Gang! I know you are not going to like what I have to say, but....... We are hot on the trail now!
Check out this article but in particular, take a GOOD look at the snip I have cut and pasted below. In particular pay close attention to the highlighted sections.
( http://www.safe2use.com/pests/scabies/g ... of/030.htm
By the way..... If you use Qtips? or cotton balls for makeup?
......YOU ARE ALREADY SCREWED!
Science fiction horror comes to life in real time!
If you don't believe me, take a good look at a few of them under magnification!
Do you see anything moving in a rather "uncotton fiber-like manner?
No?... Look again.....
Because, you will!
If not sure what to look for, JUST ASK ME!
I'm sorry, my friends....... I don't like being the bearer of bad news, but the entire world, from babies to seniors is now at risk and probably already infected.
And....As I have said all along.....THIS IS NO ACCIDENT!
Pravda...Your worst nightmares about the NWO are now for real!
For an idea of what everyone is in for, read this diary. But first, Read the snip below. This is what I have known in my heart for some time.
Click here: Diary of a parasite sufferer
March 28th Dermatologist is going to forward my sample to the STATE Health Dept.
Also Assemblywomen is forwarding my report to the State Health Dept.
Contacted the Pest division of the Dept. of Agriculture and a microbiologist is looking into the cotton industry for me regarding the nematodes.
March 29th Using Harmony products now for one week, noticeable difference.
Wounds are healing on their own.
Applied the Demodex pink crème to the head repeatedly and rubbed off parasites 4x .. for 3 days in a row with a shaved head.. again eliminating nests and cleaning up the head. Growth or layers still on the head after numerous applications of removal of the parasite.
April 17th Dermatologist’s assistant called and said the State Health Dept. found no parasite in the sample. Unsure if that meant they just didn’t know what they were looking at or never saw this species. Will arrange for the State Health Dept to mail several beakers for a final collection of many samples thru my dermatologist.
April 25th Beakers have arrived at the dermatologist’s. Reluctant to visit until I confirm more information,
then I may go for further samplings to the state.
Spoke with Ohio State Bacteriologist who confirmed nematodes have to be
mailed in water, not Isopropyl alcohol , they deteriorate shortly after removal
and deflate, but can survive in water for a few days. My original sample
was mailed in alcohol.. and therefore destroyed.
Spoke with Wisconsin University Nematode specialist who said that I
probably have a Filarial type of nematode since the Steiner type does not
have frontal mouth to bite.
May 2nd Located a prominent Bacteriologist that specializes in Nematodes.. he said it wasn’t
possible for it to be mutated via chemical exposure in the environment.. therefore this must have been developed in a laboratory. Will have another 2 people who have the same disease see this doctor, since
they live nearby.. and submit more larvae samples for examination
The nematode I believe is an enteropathogenic biocontrol species which has been genetically modified to be of very small size. The Steinernema riobravis is one genetically modified species used today in the USA for cotton. Many species are used already all over our country as well as the world. The way it works is: agriculturalists (since the late 80s) release millions of these tiny biocontrol worms into the soil of crops (in particular citrus, cotton and corn), into golf course turfs, gardens, etc., etc. to parasitize and kill off other "pest" insects. Unfortunately, there is no guarantee that these nematodes would stop at insects, when warm-blooded hosts may be readily available. (There are absolutely NO controls by our government regulating either the testing, distribution or application of these creatures!) The worms each contain a unique type of bacterium (which they themselves are immune to, and this bacteria has been genetically "enhanced" to make them more lethal) and is the deadly element released once the worm invades the larger insect host. The bacterium could explain the bizarre formation of fibers and other amorphisms in the skin of the host. Obviously the clothing or textile (raw cotton or processed cloth) is not being sanitized and getting into garments which are distributed through our country (USA). In Columbia, they treat crops with dioxin, and some crops have been exposed to paraquat via the drug cartel wars which may have modified the organism. And many clothing manufacturers use Columbia for a source of cotton. And numerous other chemical treatments are used on crops there. Also many third world countries lack the stringent sterilizing elements found in the US methods. Enteropathogenic nematodes are used by ALL countries that produce cotton.