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Tuesday, August 9, 2016


Aflatoxin  poisoning is produced by a mold which can infect food stored in unsanitary conditions.

Aflatoxin  poisoning is produced by a mold which can infect food stored in unsanitary conditions.

In 1959,  eighty children as well as more than one thousand goats and sheep from a village at North Rhodesia, now Zambia, suddenly died in each case within a couple of hours.

They were forced to resettle on account of the Kariba Dam construction, which collects the water from the Zambezi river. The cause of these deaths as published by South African and British scientists, was that those affected must have eaten poisonous plants growing in their new surroundings.

What plants these were, was not mentioned, albeit the stomach contents could have been examined quite easily. The symptoms were identical to those resulting from poisoning with mycotoxins of the Aflatoxin-B type.

Several hundreds of children in Thailand are supposed to have died annually, since 1968 from Aflatoxin-B poisoning. The reports on these were published under non-political questionings specialist journals, without indicating why these diseases described for North Thailand were worked up in the direct vicinity of North Vietnam, and being tested in SEATO projects (South - East Asia Treaty Organization military-plot led by the USA.)

The USA forces ascribed the disease which only afflicted native children, to the Dengue virus, although there was hardly any evidence to substantiate this. 

Uncamouflaged experiments on effects of Aflatoxins in children, especially, dark-skinned people and already the same experiments had been carried out by French scientists in Senegal, between 1968 and 1960. Then simultaneously, children from Jamaica died from symptoms which can be likewise be attributed to Aflatoxin-B. 

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