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The Biggest Human Killer On The Planet
by AV
Wednesday Jul 25th, 2012 10:17 AM
Consumption of meat, fish and dairy causes more deaths annually than any other activity.
The Biggest Human Killer On The Planet

If there are 19 births per 1000 and 8 deaths per 1000 each year, and if there
are 7 billion people on the planet, then 56 million people die each year .
H1N1, a bioterror lab-manufactured flu disease has, said the CDC, killed 300
people. that is .01% or one hundredth of one percent of the 30,000 million
people around the world who die annually from heart disease and strokes linked
to arteries clogged with animal fat, uric acid, amyloid plaque and other animal
flesh toxins. Many more millions die of animal flesh, fish flesh and dairy
related cancers, food poisonings, kidney dysfunction, rheumatoid arthritis etc.

Animal flesh deaths are more than deaths from war, alcohol, tobacco, and traffic
put together.
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