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From: (M Huber)
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Subject: Re: McOYVEY omits important web-link
Date: 19 Jun 1996 14:10:26 GMT
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>Actually, it's, which talks 
>Gaucher disease, a genetic illness that primarily affects Ashkenazi Jews.

Ahhhhh, learn to use the browser. the links expand and the lists progress 
to reveal a multitude of infections prevalent to j*ws and those who would 
have sex with them. Included, of course, are the genetic mutations which 
j*ws are blessed with for fornicating with their mothers & sisters. 

Read on, right from the good j*w doctor's lips:

The following diseases are thought to occur at an increased frequency  
among Jewish populations:

Tay-Sachs Disease
Gaucher Disease
Essential Pentosuria
Familial Dysautonomia
Factor XI Deficiency
Canavan Disease
Torsion Dystonia
Bloom's Syndrome
Niemann-Pick (A+B) Disease
Cohen's Syndrome
Cystic Fibrosis
Mucolipidosis IV

Gauchers being the most prevalent.

Have a nice day <:)
and don't forget the immortal words of the Rev Louis Farrakhan 
referencing j*ws destruction of the Blacks by inventing AIDS. Could the 
mad judenrats be out of control?


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