If the videos are not included in this story , I promise you, even I would have a hard time believing that this was true. And maybe the next time you do not feel well after having flown not automatically assume that caught a “mistake”, but rather, one might wonder whether the cabin crew was exposed to an insecticide, pesticides or other chemicals toxic. By the way.
Watch this video below. It will surprise you completely! Especially when she tells him to stop recording!
If not previously on this, it should be angry. angry enough to ask an airline why they are doing it without their knowledge or permission. And maybe even angry enough to make your voice heard in your portfolio. Because when we buy a ticket, we are saying that this is right, even if we are not aware of it. When you buy your tickets, information indicating that a flight will occur in spray indicated in the fine print.
From the article:
“This process is being referred to as” disinfestation “a word that seems to have been done by the TSA or airline industry Disinsection, or. spraying insecticides or pesticides in aircraft, is now permitted under international law. the Department of Transportation says that the alleged intention is to protect public health, crops and agriculture and the environment “.
HUH? First and second how WHAT THE HELL REAL?
“The International Civil Aviation Organization and the World Health Organization (WHO) support to aircraft cabins are being sprayed with what they call a ‘insecticide “fast action situations with passengers on board, just before takeoff. Some airlines are trying to place aircraft interiors with a” residual insecticide spray “just before the passengers get on board”.
Chemicals also apply to the internal surfaces of the aircraft, which means that if you are not spraying, you and I are still breathing in this matter. Or swallowed.
Since the start of fumigation, passengers have reported symptoms similar to the flu, sinus problems, rash / urticaria, headache, and swollen joints- and that’s just part of what has been reported; We also have now produced more serious issues, such as acute respiratory problems and anaphylactic shock. But do not worry, WHO says there is no evidence that spraying insecticides indoors, people, is dangerous.
The most common pesticides used on airplanes are permethrin and d-phenothrin synthetic pyrethroids (kill insects by attacking their nervous system) and permethrin studies have linked Parkinson’s disease. But remember, the World Health Organization says it is very good.
The next time you fly, be sure to ask about whether or not it may be sprayed with a toxic chemical. . And if you can, take another plane
If the videos of this story were not included, I promise you, even I would have a hard time believing that this was true. And maybe the next time you do not feel well after having flown not automatically assume you caught a “mistake”, but rather, you might be wondering if the …
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