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We all think we know what the flu is. It’s blamed for the aching body, coughing, congestion and lack of energy that affects many people every year. Doctors have been saying for a long time that what we think is the flu isn’t necessarily it, mostly blaming other viral infections, but Dr. Len Horowitz has another explanation. He thinks people are getting sick from what he calls chemtrail flu.
For the last 20 years, he says, he has seen more people get sick with unusual upper respiratory infections. He thinks a lot of these cases stem from disease agents called mycoplasma. Mycoplasma is not quite bacteria, though they are similar. These microorganisms lack a cell wall, which means most antibiotics don’t work on them the way the do on typical disease-causing bacteria. Mycoplasma infections are known for causing pneumonia, but they can also present with vague symptoms like tiredness and malaise, making them difficult to diagnose.
Controversial doctor explains chemtrail flu epidemic
The question then becomes, where does mycoplasma come from, and why does it seem to have become much more common since the late nineties? It is possible that it’s because of increased awareness, as medical professionals like Dr. Horowitz are talking about it, but the doctor himself disagrees. He blames a conspiracy between the government and large pharmaceutical companies, and even calls the disease a “biological weapon”. His suggestion is that it might have been deployed on purpose, either to control the population or to create demand for pharmaceutical solutions like antibiotics, which of course don’t usually work on these infections.
Antibiotics are also hard on the body, potentially causing more disease when they’re used unnecessarily. A weakened immune system, whether from overuse of medication or from other toxic substances in the environment, leads to even more infections. Dr. Horowitz names ethylene dibromide as an example of these environmental toxins. It was widely used in the past as an additive in leaded gasoline and as a fumigant to spray crops and golf courses. The substance is extremely toxic to humans and can cause cancer, liver disease and respiratory illness. The chemical has been banned for some of its most common applications but is still in use in some industries.