Subject: Heel Pricks
Date: Tue, December 1, 2009 4:46 pm
To: Ken Adachi
I would like to have some information on the use of the Heel prick of new
born babies. The blood spots are taken just after birth to screen for blood
disorders. What happens with this sensitive information afterwards?
I didn't know that was being done, but they are taking a blood sample and therefore have the DNA of the child. They won't tell you that, but that's what's going on. People should avoid hospital births altogether as they are micro-chipping and obtaining the child's DNA.
DNA can be used for more than tracking. They can selectively focus psychotronic harassment equipment on you when they have your DNA. It's like having the PIN number to your body's computer.
Use a mid-wife. No vaccines, no injections, and no blood, urine, or saliva samples.
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