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GcMAF, Big Pharma & The Persecution of David Noakes & Lyn Thyer

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from Ian R Crane:

GcMAF, Big Pharma & The Persecution of David Noakes & Lyn Thyer

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PLEASE NOTE : LYN THYER is due to be EXTRADITED to FRANCE on Wednesday 22nd May 2019 … for the heinous crime of developing an EXTREMELY EFFECTIVE CANCER TREATMENT!

David Writes : David Noakes is 66, and has eight new illnesses from trauma from the 33 persecutions brought by the UK’s pseudo Governement Agency, the ‘Medicines & Healthcare Regulatory Agency’ (MHRA). Lynda Thyer, a research scientist, is not involved, but they still want to jail her for 10 years. Your innocence has no effect on the European Arrest Warrant (EAW), very cruel of the MHRA. French Judge Gadaud is a serial abuser of the truth, people, legal processes and Human rights, he’s Big Pharma, and has a track record of destroying people in prison for 2 years 4 months before their case comes up. British injustice just hands victims over for abuse under the EAW – the British government doesn’t care a damn about you. Parliament has no idea of the cruelty and injustice they are controlling. So has the MHRA, without Parliament taking any interest, as always, buried GcMAF again for another 25 years? By slovenly allowing big pharma to write the medicines laws, by slovenly allowing the MHRA to become corrupt, and slovenly leaving them to review research papers (which they don’t do at all), and slovenly giving them power to prosecute treatments that work, Parliament is responsible for 2 million unnecessary cancer deaths over the last 25 years. If you are a relative, yes, you should sue. We need the corrupt MHRA abolished, its officers prosecuted, and GcMAF put in the NHS, to save 120,000 lives a year.

Attacks on GcMAF by the MHRA and big Pharma. BBC, MHRA, Cancerresearch UK, GMC Italy Ruggiero, Anticancer Fund Belgium

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