Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Contaminated IV vitamin concoction appears just as FDA ratchets up its war on IV sodium ascobate

Health officials are investigating the deaths of nine patients at Alabama hospitals who were given an intravenous nutritional supplement that had been contaminated by bacteria.

It just happens to have taken place in the context of the FDA's incipient war on intravenous sodium ascorbate, which has been shown to cure many diseases, some of which are supposedly incurable. Whatever the outcome of the supposed investigation, I suspect that the FDA and Congress will rise up and protect us from this "danger" (to their depopulation agenda) so fast it will make your head spin, almost as if it were prepared in advance, waiting for such an incident.