Sunday, 20 March 2011

Crusader CT Scans for David Icke


Gaddafi ‘a Bit Confused’

Gaddafi accuses the Libyan rebels of being Al Qaeda while simultaneously asking his adoring public to believe these supposed Al Qaeda rebels are in an unholy alliance with what Gaddafi calls ‘crusaders’. Make up your mind, Muammar.

Following the air strikes by the Alliance, Walid Madjdali, a computer engineer, said: “We want to die for our President. We will stay here [in Gaddafi’s compound] all night. Even three or four nights if we have to.”

One wonders why Walid won’t spend a 5th night there. Presumably it’s because that’s when he expects someone to come gunning for Gaddafi and he doesn’t want to be around when that happens.


Official, a Few Americans are Congenitally and Irretrievably Stupid

Americans, panicked into thinking that radiation from Japan is about to hit them, are buying up stocks of iodine tablets, gas masks and pet shelters.

In the USA you can pay $160 and get a whole-body CT scan as part of a medical check-up. That can deliver a radiation dose equivalent to being 1.5 miles from the centre of the 1945 Hiroshima atom bomb explosion.

Americans undergo 70 million CT scans each year (up from 3 million in the 80s), most of them totally needless and done purely to protect doctors from law suits in case they miss something with an X-ray. The US National Cancer Institute has estimated that 29,000 Americans will get cancer as a result of the CT scans they received in 2007 alone.

Why then are they worrying about radiation from a small leak from all the way across the other side of the Pacific Ocean when they don’t give a second thought to the consequences of all these CT scans?


“Who Funds David Icke,” Asks Chairman Bill

Well, who does? And for that matter, who the hell attends his speeches? Someone must.

1 comment:

  1. I read that the Brits have also stripped the shelves bare of iodine tablets as well...
    Sx

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