JULIA writes The Daily Ramble -
Persistent cough scare...
An NHS ad in the paper says you may have lung cancer if you have had a persistent cough for more than 3 weeks! They are trying to herd everyone into hospital for tests. Someone on Facebook commented that when she was in hospital they were taking urine samples but with no names! They just want to know a general picture of what's in people's bodies. They may also be trying to get more people to have cancer. All they have to do is tell you you have cancer, and that's it, you have it, and then the treatment starts.
TAP - more likely these are toxic metals tests to see how 'well' the chemtrails are doing. They're spewing out tons of aluminum, barium, uranium and cadmium at between 10 and 30,000 feet, but how much is actually lodging in our bodies? They need to know. Urine tests are the normal method used to measure toxic metal levels in human beings. Are we getting enough to give us cancer quickly enough? NATO needs to know for Operation Cloverleaf. They have specific targets of the numbers of people who have to die. Agenda 21.
I cured my migraine yesterday, at work. Usually a day at work is guaranteed to make it worse. I think it might have been the huge amounts of herbal tea I drank. This is quite nice because it backs up my earlier blog post on Drinking Water.
Your phone controls you...
Another ad: "The only controller you need is in your pocket. Hint it's your phone". There we go then. In plain view, they tell us that we are wired up wirelessly to our phone, and the control is from the phone to us.
TAP - my experience was more of the thief in your pocket. T Mobile charged me GBP 400 for no use at all of my phone while I was in the Philippines. I am now using pay-as-you-go and will never have a phone contract ever again. It's allowing thieves into your
Comment - I got a free "stop smoking" pack from my chemist. I had to give my name and phone no. to get it. I was surprised to get a call several weeks later asking me to attend for a Carbon Monoxide breath test. I said that I hadn't provided one when I got the pack so any test would have no comparison. I asked as a joke if it was compulsory. "Yes it is" What happens if I don't go, says me. "We'll keep phoning you till you do". Strange thing to say. I didn't go and haven't heard from them since, but it made me wonder if they were using the quit kit as an excuse to examine lung function generally.
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