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Tincup
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WOMAN OUT JOGGING IS ATTACKED BY BUZZARD AND CONTRACTS TULAREMIA

Bet she is rethinking the claims- "Go out and get some exercise- It's good for you!"

Actually, more than one person was attacked and got Tularemia (aka rabbit fever) that is also contracted through tick bites...

QUOTE- "Several other joggers had also been attacked by a common buzzard in the same area shortly after the above described event and one of these also became infected with F. tularensis."

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29509142

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Wow, I see buzzards (vultures) all the time here. Never heard of them attacking anyone. I guess the European buzzards are really nasty.

Ours just look pretty soaring overhead, and they perform an important task of eating roadkill and other dead animals.

My area celebrates their return to a Metropark every March 15th as a sign of spring.

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Here's another weird angle regarding the spread of tularemia -

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21644066

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Brussels
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Hey, don't attack our European buzzards!

They are all over here, and grew in AMAZING NUMBERS since I moved here in my region.

I don't remember even seeing buzzards the year I moved in my area in Switzerland, now they are all over, and in great numbers (sometimes, you just wonder, how many of them are taking the hot currents and letting them go up in a go).

Dozens, maybe about 50 of them in one spot in the sky!!!!

Never, ever that happened.

It could be that they eat the bad chemicals we put in the environment through mice, etc, that live inside holes in the fields, that are constantly being sprayed with glyphosate and pesticides, fungicides, plus rest of pig sh.. who grow on glyphosate + GMO corn and GMO soya....

and who else knows what other chemicals are not affecting buzzards' brains.

I find it easy to blame nature, but if we develop all these brain diseases due to chemtrail aluminum, barium and strontium (found in great amounts in most of patients dr. K test),..

.... why wouldn't these same heavy metals be affecting the brain of the poor animals?


In the time of Hitchcock, it was a surreal scene to see birds attacking people, but in today's toxic environment, I suppose brain diseases affect wild animals as well ? [bonk]

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