Recent comments

Missouri Supreme Court rules that captive deer to be regulated by department of conservation - posted 1 year ago

Sick deer are just the tip of the iceberg. It's time to tell all farmers, including deer farmers, to stop contaminating land with infectious waste. Prion disease is prion disease. Species barriers are a myth.

CWD confirmed in Colorado elk, deer and moose - posted 1 year ago

Thanks to modern sewage disposal (biosolids) on open land and antiquated risk assessments, we’re witnessing a public health disaster that’s still unfolding in the form of autism, Alzheimer’s disease, west Nile virus, Zika virus, chronic wasting disease, mad cow disease, valley fever, meningitis, hepatitis, and other threats to public health. The risk assessments for biosolids and wastewater reclamation were prepared before the world of science knew about deadly, unstoppable prions. Prions don’t deplete themselves over time. They don’t have a half-life. They migrate. They mutate. They multiply. Prions are being mismanaged in a criminal way on an industrial scale.

Deliberately poisoning people, livestock and wildlife with infectious waste, radioactive waste, carcinogens, neurotoxins (prions) and other forms of bioterrorism is a sad statement about the state of our homeland. It's time to divert all sewage sludge to lined landfills to protect human health, animal health and entire watersheds. Prions + Pathways = Victims. Sick deer, elk, moose, reindeer and sea mammals are just canaries in a coal mine. Biosolids and sewage sludge dumped on farm land, forests and beyond (including school grounds, golf courses and your garden) and in our rivers is a clear violation of the Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002. It's time to stop spreading deadly pathogens and lies for profit. It's killing more than our wildlife.

Study finds CWD could infect humans - posted 2 years ago

Amazing that it has taken this long to confirm that a deadly family of disease known as Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy is a TRANSMISSIBLE DISEASE. Prion disease is prion disease. There is no meaningful species barrier between mammals (including humans).

It's time to stop dumping infectious waste on deer farms, livestock operations, farms, forests, golf courses, school grounds and other open lands. It's a public health disaster.

Although there are several pathways for deadly prion disease to infect a herd, the greatest prion pathway is being ignored. Sick deer, elk, moose and reindeer are just canaries in a proverbial coal mine. You and your family are caught in the crossfire of misinformation and mismanagement. Neurodegenerative disease is now the fastest-growing cause of death in the world. Read how the contagion is spreading among all mammals. There is no species barrier between mammals. It's time to defend the homeland from pathogens and lies.

CWD spreads across Wyoming - posted 2 years ago

These sick deer are a symptom of a much bigger problem. Although there are several ways for CWD to take hold and spread, the biggest threat is being ignored. The U.S. dumps 700 million tons of infectious sewage sludge on farms, ranches, forests, parks, golf courses and school grounds every year. It's passing prion disease from people with Alzheimer's disease and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease to wildlife, livestock and back to humans. Chronic wasting disease is the wildlife equivalent of Alzheimer's/CJD. Prion disease is prion disease and there is no species barrier. Sick deer, elk, moose and reindeer are further proof of the deadly and infectious nature of Alzheimer's disease and sewage sludge (biosolids).

It's time to enforce the Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002 and defend our food, water and air from corrupt public servants and corporations who have bribed them to put profits over public health. Ask your local wastewater treatment plant and those across the state what they do with their sewage sludge. The answers will appall you. You and your family are caught in the crossfire, too. Sewage sludge is fueling the spike in autism, too.