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Superbug genes found floating around the air of major world cities
Mike Adams The ingredients for the next global pandemic that could wipe out a billion people are literally floating around the air of major global cities.

That’s the finding from a stunning scientific investigation that has now been published. Antibiotic-resistant genes (ARGs) are now everywhere that humans live in large numbers.

That means the next great global pandemic is already in the making.

See the full story here.

Also today: For America to be saved, Google must be defeated. Google has become deeply invested in pure evil, blocking information that keeps people empowered and healthy.

See the full story (and video) here.

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