The Italian Almanac
Italian News - February 2
The blood of parliamentarians has been found to contain large quantities of up to 65 different toxins. At least, this is what emerged from the tests carried out by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), which for the first time completed the ultimate test of transparency by analyzing the blood of members of parliament.
Many parliamentarians from both sides of the house rolled up their sleeves for the syringe and equal proportions of blood from right and left were sent to the laboratory. The veins of Italy’s parliamentarians contain traces of pesticides, including DDT, which has been banned for the last 20 years. There are heavy metals, such as lead, cadmium and mercury.
The revelations of the study carried out by the WWF and the University of Siena are dramatic. The study photographs the bombardment Italians undergo every day, as toxins penetrate their lives and contaminate their bloodstream.