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The Zika Files: DEET is part of a binary chemical weapon targeting your brain for destruction (VIDEO)


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(NaturalNews) I've just released a hard-hitting mini-documentary that explains how DEET insecticide is one part of a binary chemical weapon that targets your brain for destruction.

The other part of that chemical weapon is found in carbamate pesticides which inundate the non-organic food supply. Once you combine these two, you get hypertoxicity to brain cells via "acetylcholesterase inhibitor chemicals," leading to mass confusion, fear, memory loss and an inability to think for yourself.

Click here for the full video on YouTube or watch it below.

This video explains why the mainstream media is urging everyone to spray DEET all over their skin while carbamate pesticide chemicals are carpet bombed onto civilian populations (and the food supply). It's all a deliberate act of chemical warfare against YOU, and it's being waged for a specific purpose that's explained at length in the video. (Hint: It's no coincidence a major presidential election that depends on dumbed down voters is taking place in less than 70 days...)

Watch the video here, then share this with everyone you know. And for God's sake, don't put these chemicals on your skin... EVER!


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