A CANCER-CAUSING ENZYME IS BEING ADDED TO ALL VACCINES
The conspiracy that cures to many of the world's most devastating sicknesses do exist, but are only buried under a layer of big business corruption has long been spoken of. Such a conspiracy is even hinted in 21st-century television shows that indicate cancer has long been a curable disease and is not simply a condition that the medical field can only do so much with.
Murdered Holistic Doctors
What if this theory took on a spin of its own and it revealed that the constant sicknesses trying to be healed a result of pharmaceutical agencies spiking current treatment?
This latter conspiracy may become more than just a theory, however. In Florida, there were holistic doctors that were murdered allegedly had research that proved that cancer causing enzyme was intentionally being added to vaccines.
This enzyme is known as Nagalase which is capable stopping Vitamin D from binding to the Gc protein. In simpler terms, it stops the human body's capability of killing cancer cells. Nagalase is typically created from cancer cells. It is also known to cause Type 2 Diabetes.
Essentially these doctors were not murdered because they found a cure and big business wanted to keep the cure understand for moneymaking reasons, but rather they found evidence that big business is essentially causing cancer and autism to their own fellow human intentionally. These doctors were allegedly preparing to come out to the public about these findings.
This sick methodology is unacceptable, especially when students are subject to needle injections at schools even to be allowed to become a student of the school. This is essentially a slow-guided murder of millions of people.
One doctor by the name of Dr. Ted Broer broke the news regarding this issue and apparently dealt with a large amount of sabotage trying to stop him from saying anything about the possibility of such a murderous medical field.
More research into this study should top priority, regardless of the consequences. These acts are unacceptable.