LQP-79 Zombie Apocalypse Virus Infection Disinformation Conspiracy {NOT A HOAX}





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Published on May 31, 2012

Read the true story of the LQP-79 virus infection that is spreading across North American at http://lqp-79.org . Find out what the government conspiracy does not want you to know and the propaganda they are spreading to confuse the real issue. The disinformation campaign against the LQP-79 mental virus is designed to confuse us and make us all feel safe while they take precatutions and make preparations for the Zombie Apocalypse which has already begun. If you come into contact with the LQP-79 virus it will rapidly spread to your mind and destroy your life from the inside out. Visit http://lqp-79.org for more details on this deadly serious issue.

Do your research there have been more than a dozen zombie like attacks across America in the last few weeks. These are not internet rumors but verified man killings and human flesh consumption. These are not a hoax. the media has to report a story when the cops arrest a college kid for eating his roommates heart and brains.

The Department of Health's Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued an official statement denying the existence of a "Zombie Virus" following a recent spate of incidents involving people behaving in a zombie-like manner.

A surveillance camera in the Miami Herald building caught all 18 gruesome minutes of the Miami Zombie attack on the MacArthur Causeway. Ronald Poppo, the 65-year-old homeless man whose face was mostly chewed off by Rudy Eugene along a busy Miami highway ramp, had been on the streets for over 30 years.

Is the LQP-79 Zombie Virus real? Many curious minds have been wondering if there could ever be a real zombie outbreak, or even, a zombie apocalypse. The answer is yes! The Zombie Virus is real!


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