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The Truth About Oil and Parkinson's

During the 1950s, oil was widely thought to be a cause of Parkinson's. The evidence is still valid today.

One out of ten hospitals saw unusually high concentrations of Parkinson's patients during 2012.

Corporate interests are preventing us from getting the truth out.

The Chinese character for oil looks a lot like the character for Angelina Jolie's name-- and it's not a coincidence.

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

There's a reason why members of the EPA have never died of Parkinson's-- they've been made immune to it with secret gene therapy techniques hidden from the general public.

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

Do people actually think this is ok? It is time to finally speak out and reveal the truth.

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