To: Ken Adachi
Subject: Avoid the Red Cross
Date: Sep 16, 2009
This afternoon I remembered the following events and thought you should know.
A year ago during one of my usual blood draws at the Red Cross here, I had something very unusual happen. The nurse who had always been doing the draws had just gone to training for phlebotomists across the state. As soon as she stuck the needle in for the draw, I felt something going down my arm! They are supposed to be taking blood out and not putting other stuff in. I had never been notified that they put anything into the donor.
I got pretty excited (thinking: what are they putting into me?!). She said they had an anticoagulant in the syringe, maybe some of that got into me. Her voice was calm, but her actions and the expression on her face was nothing like anything she'd done before. She immediately marked my wrist with a dot from what looked to be a felt tipped marker and intently watched the dot. And she had the strangest expression on her face. I had the same phlebotomist for a year, so I had seen a fair bit of her.
This opens up the question: Was she, at that time, mind controlled? Is that why she had to go out of town for the training? With computers and the internet these days, you'd think they would have saved themselves a whole lot of trouble and expense by having internet classes.
I was sick for a day and a half after the draw! Kip says there are allergy tests that look like the felt tipped marker she used on me. Maybe she was testing for an allergic reaction to whatever she shot me with. Needless to say, I have not been back.
My dad was a medic in WWII, mostly on front lines in Europe. He came home unhappy with the Red Cross, and except for saying the only thing the Red Cross ever did for him, as a GI, was a cup of coffee as he was getting ready to sail home across the Atlantic. "And they charged me a dime for it!" he said. Other than that he's not said anything about them, until I told him about quitting the Red Cross. He said: "I'm sure glad to see you get away from that outfit!" He's never said anything else about the Red Cross.
So what is going on with the Red Cross? Maybe it is like ZSL says, an organization with 95% good people, but the top 5% are not so good. I've also had experience with United Blood Services and their parent company, Blood Services, Inc. I found the people in administration cared absolutely nothing about the donors. All they cared about was making money for a non-profit organization. It seems the salaries there were very top heavy.
Dad has nothing but nice things to say about the Salvation Army. They were up close to the front, serving donuts and coffee and sandwiches to the GIs and later to the POWs, too. They did not charge for this service. It is our family's favorite charity. He goes on and on about the Salvation Army, but is very tight lipped about the Red Cross.
And on other notes:
A million people going to DC, as reported by MSN. Kip says if they reported a million, it was probably more like 2 or 3 million. And a congressman shouting across the congress floor that the president was lying! Well good, people are waking up. Maybe the good congressman was motivated to speak out against lies with so many potential constituents outside!
Reports up in Washington State indicate the swine flu outbreak at WSU in Pullman was only for a couple of days. That combined with reports of 20% (and now probably higher) of the people in NYC having H1N1 will make it more difficult for the powers that want to be to convince people to: forget conspiracy theories, trust the government and get the damn vaccine.
Combine all that with the pole from Fox News that most people in the US believe the vaccine to be more deadly than the flu.
Add on the fizzle with mandatory HDTV.
I'd say there may just be light at the end of the tunnel!
Thanks for all you do. Kip and I had sparkly things one day, about a week or more ago. We didn't know where they'd come from. It did not occur to us to collect them. Interesting. It is good you ran the article! We had no idea other people had them!
The Red Cross is an Illuminati controlled organization, and always has been. It's true that they actually charged GIs for coffee and doughnuts during World War II at the front. Unbelieveable. Someone who wrote a short newspaper obit referring to Ernie Pile mentioned that and I never forgot it. The blood taken is often used for Reptilians and human/reptilian hybrids. They need to drink human blood to prevent them from shapeshifting into the reptilian form.
The Red Cross are always the first out of the box to ask for money and blood whenever there's a false flag event like 9-11, or Katrina, or Oklahoma City. Of course, they keep most of the money as was seen in the wake of 9-11.
They do use heparin to prevent coagulation when taking blood, but there's no way to know if you also were given an implant. Maybe ZSl can dowse for you and see what he gets. Personally, I would avoid dealing with the Red Cross on any level.
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