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Dr. Rutledge on the Brett Winterble Show

Check out a brand new interview with Dr. Rutledge on the Brett Winterble Show (his interview begins at 22:30) on the truth behind the smears of DDT!

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3 Billion To Screen at 2nd Annual The Free Thinking Film Festival

Sunday, November 13, 2011
Room 156, Library & Archives
2:30 PM

3 Billion and Counting
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108 minutes, 2010 United States
Frogbite Productions
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Dr. Rutledge and his team take an in depth look into a disease that has killed more people than any disease ever known — Malaria. They interview African, Indian, and US Governments, charitable organizations, scientists, politicians, doctors, clinics, victims, and survivors. They explore and expose the politics of domestic and international policies and find the evidence that the public never truly understood. What they find is astonishing. The greatest ecological genocide in the known history of man is laid bare — the 1972 ban of an extraordinary life-protecting chemical DDT. This is politics — the cold brutal crookedness that kills with a stroke of a pen. Short-sightedness of governmental and environmental policies is causing the deaths of millions and the suffering of billions. When the EPA, Greenpeace, World Wildlife Fund, and Sierra refused interviews, Dr. Rutledge knew he had touched a nerve.

 

“In his dissection of the rise of the environmental movement and the fall of science, Dr. Taylor not only educates us, but he also sparks outrage about the unforeseen consequences of a scientifically ignorant chemical witchhunt, one that has caused untold human suffering and billions of deaths, primarily among children.”
— Dr. Elizabeth Whelan, National Review, Sept. 2010

Dr. Rutledge on Koolout Radio in Chicago

Please tune in to WVON 1690AM radio in Chicago or listen live at http://wvon.com/ this Sunday evening 6/5/11 at 11:30pm central time to hear a discussion on the pros and cons of all the various methods of birth control. Get Dr. Rutledge’s no-nonsense insight for yourself or loved ones one how best to approach this subject matter!

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Skype Q&A with Dr. Rutledge

Ottawa Event: 3 Billion And Counting Screening

http://propagandistmag.com/2011/03/28/ottawa-event-3-billion-and-counting
3 Billion and Counting
Sat. April 9, 2011
Aviation Museum
11 Aviation Parkway
7:00 PM


Admission: $15 (includes HST), $10.00 for students/ seniors
Compact Music, 785 1/2 Bank Street
Compact Music, 190 Bank Street
Ottawa Festivals, 47 William Street

Tickets will also be available at the door.

Tickets are also available on line (click here)

3 Billion and Counting the death toll is mounting... DDT in 2010? Don't let the bedbugs bite...

Dr. Rutledge and his team take an in depth look into a disease that has killed more people than any disease ever known — Malaria. They interview African, Indian, and US Governments, charitable organizations, scientists, politicians, doctors, clinics, victims, and survivors. They explore and expose the politics of domestic and international policies and find the evidence that the public never truly understood. What they find is astonishing. The greatest ecological genocide in the known history of man is laid bare — the 1972 ban of an extraordinary life-protecting chemical DDT. This is politics — the cold brutal crookedness that kills with a stroke of a pen. Shortsightedness of governmental and environmental policies is causing the deaths of millions and the suffering of billions. When the EPA, Greenpeace, World Wildlife Fund, and Sierra refused interviews, Dr. Rutledge knew he had touched a nerve.

For businessmen and women to endorse and encourage “alternatives” while a safe and proven PREVENTION sits idle is like fiddling while Rome burns. Africa loses nearly 3000 women and children on a daily basis not to mention 12 billion dollars annually to malaria alone. The team discovers that malaria is completely preventable — completely. These young filmmakers trek from R. Carson’s SILENT SPRING to the dead silence of millions of corpses and billions of suffering ones. And, thirty plus years after the DDT ban the death toll is gargantuan. Is it a mere coincidence that deaths from West Nile virus, mosquitoes, and bedbugs are growing by leaps and bounds right here in the US?? This film is intended to go directly to you, the American people, with the certainty that it will dramatically open up a virtual blizzard of public debate. This is one film that is long overdue…

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3 Billion and Counting
Sat. April 9. 2011, 7 PM
Aviation Museum
11 Aviation Parkway

Admission: $15 (includes HST), $10.00 for students/ seniors
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Film raises questions about ban on pesticide

Published: March 08, 2011 3:00 PM
Updated: March 08, 2011 3:40 PM

What kind of crazy person would sprinkle DDT (the “deadly” pesticide dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane) on a bowl of red, ripe strawberries and then gobble them down as if they were covered with whipped cream instead?

Well, that man turns out to be Dr. Rutledge Taylor, a California physician, and after watching the documentary 3 Billion and Counting, which was presented at the Salmar Classic Theatre on Sunday March 6th, and which shows the results of his six years of research into why DDT has got such a bad name, one comes away thinking he may not be so crazy after all.

The film shows that although the Swiss chemist Paul Hermann Müller was awarded the Noble prize for proving the effectiveness of DDT as a pesticide and how this chemical was the leading medium in the eradication of malaria in the United States by the year 1951, how it then came, within a few shorts years after this great victory, to be considered one of the deadliest chemicals ever introduced into the environment. This was essentially brought about by the publication of the book Silent Spring, written by Rachel Carson in 1962, which caused a demonization of this and other pesticides and brought about a war against them led by the then developing environmental movement.

But Taylor paints a totally different picture of DDT and its supposed dangers. His investigations led him and his colleagues on a trip to Africa, where one million people, most under the age of five,  are still dying from malaria each year, and he presents the idea that DDT is not the villain that it has been portrayed and that its use would be a great aid in relieving the suffering of the people who are the worst affected by the curse of this dreaded disease.

He further explains and shows the evidence for his conclusions that it was as a result of bad science, greed and a more sinister plan, which uses population control and reduction, as its rationale which has prevented a review of the original decisions around the banning of DDT.

The film raises some very serious questions and concerns, and with five people dying from malaria every minute, makes one hope that someone who can bring about change, will look seriously into these allegations.

For more information, check out www.3 BillionAndCounting.com.

Peter Rowbottom

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