Through the nose

In America, medical personnel are jamming nasal swabs so far up peoples’ noses that they’re breaking the membrane that holds in their spinal fluid. (Natural News)

  1. From what I have read, it is not spinal fluid but brain fluid which leaks out when the very think membrane is penetrated.

  2. danceaway says:

    Door testing is being ramped up. Listen to the email account on yesterday’s UKColumn news ( notice it is always two council workers who turn up, whereas usually only one person answers the door, so immediately an intimidating situation.) At the end of the broadcast the wonderful Alex Thomson offers his advice on how to handle this intrusion if it arises.

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8 Responses to “Through the nose”

  1. danceaway says:

    From what I have read, it is not spinal fluid but brain fluid which leaks out when this very thin membrane is penetrated.

    Door to door testing; listen to yesterday’s account from a listener email on UKColumn news, and at the end, the wonderful Alex Thomson’s advice on how to handle the council workers if they intrude and make these illegal demands.

  2. danceaway says:

    From what I have read, it is not spinal fluid but brain fluid which leaks out when the very think membrane is penetrated.

  3. danceaway says:

    Door testing is being ramped up. Listen to the email account on yesterday’s UKColumn news ( notice it is always two council workers who turn up, whereas usually only one person answers the door, so immediately an intimidating situation.) At the end of the broadcast the wonderful Alex Thomson offers his advice on how to handle this intrusion if it arises.

    • ian says:

      I’m sure that it will be intimidating danceaway. `I think the advice was, just decline the offer and shut the door. I tend to have a short fuse with intrusive door knockers, and that has the potential to spoil everyones day, so perhaps Alex Thompson’s advice is best.

  4. Tapestry says:

    What did Alex say, Ian?

  5. danceaway says:

    Sorry, I should have explained more fully. Alex suggested keeping in mind the names of two cities; Numemberg and Helsinki, and that Numerberg trials stated that no medical intervention can be undertaken without informed consent. He also said that what the council workers are doing is not legal. I imagine he suggested the two names as something to remember quickly when one is caught unawares and unprepared. In the case quoted, a young mother with 3 children under 5, one being home schooled, and her husband working from home and in a meeting on Zoom. So in circumstances like these one does not have all one’ wits about one, so to speak.

    • ian says:

      Thanks for bailing me D’, I forgot the main Nuremberg, Helsinki part, and the difficult circumstances. I basically saw it from my point of view. Selfishville Arizona, as they used to say on Sunshine Desserts.

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