Mysterious New Diseases Cropping Up Everywhere in 2012

posted by Maleekie Ambularie @ 17:51 PM
January 18, 2012

 Last year we did a series on old and new diseases around the world––especially those spread by insects.  But this new year of 2012 brings more unheard of diseases to baffle medical workers in every nation, including the United States.

 Doctors and school officials in upstate New York have no viable answers for the maladies that have struck 12 cheerleaders at LeRoy Junior-Senior High School.  After waking up from short “power” naps, each girl began uncontrollable stuttering and jerk-like body movement tics.  The girls and their parents dispute doctors’ catchall claims of self-induced stress-related psychological traumas.

 Neurologist Dr. Laszlo Mechtler labels their malady as “conversion disorder or mass hysteria” that has happened in other places.  Dr. Gail Saltz adds that the girls need psychological treatment, as physical treatment does not work.  Begging for real answers, the girls infer such diagnosis is irresponsible “hogwash.”

 In Uganda, another mystery disease has killed 100 victims and infected another 2,000.  Called the “nodding disease,” it affects children and adults who exhibit head nodding (even while eating), mental retardation, and inhibited growth. reports that researchers from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have been researching nodding disease since 2009 to no avail.  The World Health Organization will join CDC’s research efforts.

  Also, a new deadlier form of tuberculosis has struck India and Iran.  According to the Times of India, this new strain, unmistakably called “Totally Drug-Resistant TB (TDR-TB),” is “the latest mutation of the bacilli after Multi-Drug-Resistant TB (MDR-TB ) and Extremely Drug-Resistant TB (XDR-TB) diagnosed earlier.”  Already TB rampantly kills 1,000 people a day in India.
 Doctors in the Philippines are horrified that after last December’s floods had killed thousands and left thousands more homeless, some flood survivors are now sick and dying from leptospirosis, a disease left by the deluge.

 The Philippine Daily Inquirer reports that, while doctors widely distributed doses of antibiotics doxycycline for flood survivors to take, apparently many refused this preventive medicine. Leptospirosis prevails in flooded areas  through infected rats, dogs, cats and other animals.  As flood survivors wade flood waters looking for missing relatives or to retrieve belongings, many contract the disease.
 The Extinction Protocol correctly identifies the rise of these new diseases with new appearances of unidentified flying objects as satanic carriers zoning sicknesses to regions they influence.  Repeatedly in Bible prophecies, The LORD Jesus identified Satan as the ultimate cause of sickness, disease and death (John 10: 10, Deuteronomy 7: 15; 28 all; Matthew 10: 1, etc.).  Surely, Christians must pray!

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