Many outrageous health hazards in today’s world

It’s outrageous that here in the Cowichan Valley, cancer-causing herbicides are sprayed on dandelions

Many outrageous health hazards in today’s world

It’s outrageous that here in the Cowichan Valley, cancer-causing herbicides are sprayed on dandelions (a cancer preventative) in our school playgrounds. Glyphosate can also be found in most of the fruits, vegetables and in many processed foods at your local grocer.

It’s equally outrageous that the vending machines in the hospital emergency ward (and everywhere else) are full of “diet” drinks, which contain the cancer-causing chemical, aspartame, which can also cause brain seizures. Of course, the non-diet alternatives are full of mercury laden high-fructose corn syrup which is a neurotoxin.

It’s outrageous that you simply cannot buy a bottle of drinking water that doesn’t contain fluoride. Fluoride can cause cancer but it also calcifies the pineal gland lowering IQ and diminishing empathy and psychic awareness. Fluoride is the active ingredient in antidepressant medication as well as rat poison. Hmmm? That’s a little depressing!

It’s outrageous that our own homes have been weaponized with smart meters operating at the same range of frequencies as microwave ovens. Cancer anyone? And personally, I’m just a little outraged about the 5G wireless sterilization program. But then, why worry about future generations?

It’s outrageous that sun block, which is supposed to protect against skin cancer, actually blocks the absorption of vitamin D, which protects against skin cancer. And that regular mammograms checking for breast cancer can actually cause breast cancer.

It’s outrageous that poor Terry Fox painfully stumped his way across the country to raise money for cancer research, when the cancer “industry” had no intention of curing anyone’s cancer. It’s outrageous that every year well-intentioned cops raise money for cancer when they have spent much of their career trying to eradicate cannabis, which just happens to be a cure for cancer.

I could go on and on, but what’s REALLY outrageous is that our government allows these cancer-causing chemicals in our food supply and mandates the installation of cancer-causing devices in our homes, hospitals and schools. It’s REALLY outrageous that the only sanctioned treatments involve more cancer-causing chemicals and radiation and that the many natural therapies have been banned and suppressed. But, there is no profit in curing illness and cancer is a valuable tool in the New World Order’s depopulation toolkit, so Justin Trudeau and Health Canada will continue to exterminate us like bugs!

David Work

Lake Cowichan

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