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The Truth About Black Lung disease

The government is telling us that we don't fully understand the medical causes of Black Lung disease-- but alternative medicine does, and the government is doing all it can to conceal the evidence.

Shortly after the 2008 financial crash, the number of Black Lung disease cases in children born to parents living nearby almost tripled. However, the government refuses to research this effect or compensate the affected families.

Most people won't know about this until it's too late.

For years, the government has been using industrial accidents and the 2008 financial crash as excuses for increasing restrictions on the use of cocaine. But we all know that's just an excuse. Ordinary people should be allowed to keep as much cocaine as they want for personal use.

The former White House Chief of Staff confirmed two weeks ago that the truth about this matter has been seriously misrepresented.

Halliburton recently fired all their employees suffering from Black Lung disease, in a clear breach of the Americans with Disabilities Act. However, given their generous donations to Pope Benedict XVI, it's no surprise that they were never punished for this.

Whistleblowers who reported on this issue in other countries have been silenced by their governments.

Consider the facts, and ask yourself: are you willing to let them get away with this? The answer should be a resounding no.

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