Email between timothytrespas ( a targeted individual dying from morgellons, microwaves, gmo mite attacks, systemic disease, nanotechnology, etc) and my adoptive mother…

Tortured, Drugged & Bugged! Targeting, Gang-Stalking, Covert Drugging, HUMAN EXPERIMENTATION, Morgellons Microwaves, Energetic, Entomological, and Genetic weapons, the silent warfare of Mind Control in America & abroad. Illuminating darkness: By Timothy Trespas, an innocent human victim of the New World Order.

No summery of someone’s life does justice to the facts but here we try to get a drop if background so you may glimps my intent
Just so you know, I am 48 years old.
I have discovered I have been used as a human subject in a life long program of trauma based mind control, covert drugging, hypnotic programming, and recently, infection with mites and morgellons disease as well as Lyme disease
I have brain damage from being born with my umbilical cord in a knot, from whatever was done to me during 5 months of foster care, a week if missing time at age 4, over 20 years of drug addiction ((“due to hypnotic induction and trauma programming whip under powerful sodium pentathol. I was programmed using powerful drugs and techniques to be an addict and anti social person, then via a series of tricks and traps I…

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Over 1,000 arrested in Europe crackdown on organized crime – Europol Published time: September 24, 2014

All About ICC-Het Internationaal Strafhof,

Source:
http://rt.com/news/190272-europol-organized-crime-crackdown/

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Breaking News: 25 September, 2014
European police arrest more than 1000 criminals using ITCCS evidence of Ndrangheta and catholic child trafficking

Brussels:
The ITCCS central office has confirmed today that some of the police raids that have freed thirty children from traffickers were based on evidence provided by ITCCS and its recent common law court cases. Police in at least three European nations are now working directly with the ITCCS to track child trafficking networks and make further arrests. A complete report will be issued.
http://www.itccs.org

Kevin Annett was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2013 and 2014. Messages for him can be left at 386-323-5774 (USA). His personal website is http://www.KevinAnnett.com .
See the evidence of Genocide in Canada and other crimes at http://www.hiddennolonger.com and at the website of The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State at http://www.itccs.org, and at http://www.iclcj.com, the…

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Creating profitable diseases via mandatory vaccinations

AntiCorruption Society

AL Whitney (C) copyright 2011 Permission is granted for redistribution if linked to original and the AntiCorruption Society is acknowledged

BAD GENES AND/OR BAD HABITS ARE BEING BLAMED FOR CHRONIC ILLNESSES THAT ARE ACTUALLY CAUSED BY BAD MEDICINE!

Microbiologist Dr Garth Nicolson explains how the current vaccination schedule has actually created an outbreak of chronic diseases that are extremely profitable for Big Pharma. Unfortunately this increase in chronic diseases is also profitable for the entire medical/industrial complex.

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Dr Nicolson’s web site: The Institute for Molecular Medicine

Article describing Dr Nicolson’s research and his “Lipid Replacement Therapy”
http://www.immed.org/publications/Nicolson_ElllithorpeJCFS_copy.pdf

This article was written for medical professionals.  However, the specifics about his supplement recommendations are on page 6.

The program of actually creating and or transmitting diseases by medical professionals is explained quite brilliantly by Dr Russell Blaylock. According to Dr Blaylock’s research, eugenics and population reduction was integrated into ‘orthodox’ medicine…

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U.N. sees emergency need for $1 billion to fight Ebola outbreak

The Extinction Protocol

September 2014GENEVA — The Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa risks ballooning into a humanitarian catastrophe without a major surge in international efforts to contain it, senior United Nations officials said Tuesday, estimating the cost of this effort at $1 billion. The number of people affected by the disease is still rising at an “almost exponential” rate, Bruce Aylward, an assistant director general of the World Health Organization, said at a news conference in Geneva. He said the number of reported cases had climbed to 4,985, including 2,461 deaths. Half of the infections and deaths occurred in the past 21 days, he said, underscoring the acceleration of the outbreak. “We don’t really know where the numbers are going with this,” Mr. Aylward said. A road map he announced nearly three weeks ago to guide the international response had called for the capacity to manage 20,000 cases, but “that…

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Ebola ‘treatment’ made from the blood of survivors is being traded on a new black market emerging amid the outbreak.

Source :
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2753832/Ebola-treatment-blood-survivors-traded-new-black-market-emerging-amid-outbreak.html

Ebola ‘treatment’ made from the blood of survivors is being traded on a new black market emerging amid the outbreak
Black market for Ebola treatment has emerged in West Africa
Convalescent serum treatment using the blood of survivors is being traded
Blood of survivors contains antibodies that could help fight the virus
World Health Organisation warns the serums could contain other infections
WHO is working on a safer serum using survivor’s blood
Ebola victim Rick Sacra has recently been treated with blood from survivor
By MADLEN DAVIES FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 17:38 GMT, 12 September 2014 | UPDATED: 23:58 GMT, 12 September 2014
A ‘treatment’ for Ebola made from the blood of survivors of the vicious disease is being traded on the black market in West Africa, it has emerged.
Health experts have warned the serums could contain other harmful infections as the World Health Organisation vowed to work with governments to stamp out the illicit trade.
The ‘convalescent serum’ is made from survivors’ blood, which contains antibodies that could help fight the virus, Bloomberg News reported.
Margaret Chan, director-general of the WHO said: ‘There is a danger that such serums could contain other infections and wouldn’t be administered properly.’
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A ‘treatment’ for Ebola made from the blood of survivors of the vicious disease is being traded on the black market in West Africa, it has emerged
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A ‘treatment’ for Ebola made from the blood of survivors of the vicious disease is being traded on the black market in West Africa, it has emerged
The World Health Organisation has vowed to work with governments in the affected countries, pictured, to stamp out the illicit trade of the ‘convalescent serum’
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The World Health Organisation has vowed to work with governments in the affected countries, pictured, to stamp out the illicit trade of the ‘convalescent serum’
Margaret Chan, director-general of the WHO said: ¿There is a danger that such serums could contain other infections and wouldn¿t be administered properly’
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Margaret Chan, director-general of the WHO said: ‘There is a danger that such serums could contain other infections and wouldn’t be administered properly’
The announcement comes as the WHO said new cases in West Africa are increasing faster than the capacity to manage them.
More than 2,400 people have died from Ebola in recent months and almost 4,700 people have been infected, making it the largest outbreak in history.
Currently, there are no approved drugs to treat Ebola, though several are in the developmental stages.

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Ebola survivor Dr Kent Brantly gives blood to fellow medical missionary friend Dr Rick Sacra, currently being treated for the virus in Nebraska
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As Ebola grows out of control, WHO pleads for more health workers
Patients are given intravenous fluids, blood transfusions and antibiotics to bolster their immune systems and help fight off other infections.
However, the blood of survivors contains natural antibodies that can protect against Ebola.
Antibodies are produced by the body’s white blood cells and bind to foreign invaders like viruses and bacteria to neutralise them as a threat.
About half of the people infected during the current outbreak have survived, providing a potential pool of donors.
The WHO is developing a system where blood from survivors of the disease can be drawn out safely and re-injected into patients.
It comes as Ebola survivor Dr Kent Brantly donated blood to a fellow American aid worker infected with the diesase.
Dr Rick Sacra received blood transfusions from Dr Brantly shortly after he arrived at the Nebraska Medical Center last Friday.
Dr Rick Sacra is receiving blood transfusions from Dr Kent Brantly, who recently recovered from Ebola
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Dr Rick Sacra is receiving blood transfusions from Dr Kent Brantly, who recently recovered from Ebola
Dr. Kent Brantly (right), stands with his wife, Amber Brantly, during a press conference announcing his release from Emory Hospital on August 21, 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia after his successful treatment for Ebola
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Dr. Kent Brantly (right), stands with his wife, Amber Brantly, during a press conference announcing his release from Emory Hospital on August 21, 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia after his successful treatment for Ebola
US doctor discharged from hospital after Ebola recovery (Archive)

This 2007 photo released by the Nebraska Medical Center shows Dr. Richard Sacra working in west Africa
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This 2007 photo released by the Nebraska Medical Center shows Dr. Richard Sacra working in west Africa
‘EBOLA COULD BECOME AIRBORNE’ SCIENTISTS WARNS
Writing for the The New York Times, Michael Osterholm, the director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy a the University of Minnesota, said those experts are loathed to discuss their concerns in public, for fear of whipping up hysteria.
Discussing the possible future course of the current outbreak, he said: ‘The second possibility is one that virologists are loath to discuss openly but are definitely considering in private: that an Ebola virus could mutate to become transmissible through the air.’
But the chair of the UK’s Health Protection Agency, Professor David Heymann of the London School of Hygiene of Tropical Medicine, said it is impossible to predict how any virus will mutate.
He said scientists across the world do not know enough about genetics to be able to say how the ebola virus will change over time.
Pointing to the example of the H1N1 influenza virus that saw bird flu sweep the globe in 2009, Dr Osterholm said: ‘If certain mutations occurred, it would mean that just breathing would put one at risk of contracting Ebola.’
But Professor Heymann, told MailOnline: ‘No one can predict what will happen with the mutation of the virus.
‘I would like to see the evidence that this could become a respiratory virus.
‘The virus’s epidemiology is consistent with transmission via bodily secretions and excretions, which is exactly the same as other past epidemics.
Dr Sacra, 51, has also been given an experimental drug and other treatments.
He is close friends with 33-year-old Dr Brantly, one of the first two Americans treated for Ebola in Atlanta last month, after working in West Africa helping victims of the outbreak.
‘It really meant a lot to us that he was willing to give that donation so quickly after his own recovery,’ Dr Sacra’s wife, Debbie, said.
The transfusions are believed to help a patient fight off the Ebola virus because the survivor’s blood carries antibodies for the disease.
Doctors at Emory University in Atlanta and Nebraska in Lincoln, U.S. are also working on lists of survivors by blood type who could donate.
Mrs Sacra said she hopes her husband’s illness and the experience of other aid workers can lead to new treatments for Ebola in West Africa before the outbreak spreads.
Dr Sacra was the third American aid worker with the Ebola virus to be flown to the U.S. for treatment. A fourth worker, whose identity has not yet been revealed, arrived Tuesday morning at Emory in Atlanta.
Few details have been released about the fourth American Ebola patient.
But the World Health Organization said a doctor who had been working in an Ebola treatment center in Sierra Leone tested positive for the disease and was to be evacuated Monday in stable condition.
Mrs Sacra said she knows her husband will be eager to return to West Africa once he recovers.
‘I’m sure when he gets his strength back, he’ll be ready to go back to Liberia,’ she said.
Currently, there are no approved drugs to treat the Ebola virus, but the WHO are developinga way of safely drawing out blood from survivors so it can be re-injected into patients
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Currently, there are no approved drugs to treat the Ebola virus, but the WHO are developinga way of safely drawing out blood from survivors so it can be re-injected into patients

Read more:
Log In – The New York Times
Black Market in Blood Serum Emerging Amid Ebola Outbreak – Bloomberg

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