Well, do I have a story to tell!!
I am writing this at hospital, where I have been on an EEG for the last 12 hours. The doctor has finally confirmed, after looking at the data, that I
have a form of epilepsy.
I'm sharing this here because I believe that I could be a victim of a conspiracy, one which seems to be affecting lots of people nowadays. I was
listening to Alex Jones only last month when he said to a caller "neurological conditions are increasing like crazy".
I guess I was a pretty typical white British kid. Came from a working class family, went to school, university, did the stuff I was 'supposed to do',
I guess. Then, about five years ago, I started getting mild seizures where I would have a bout of confusion for about 30 seconds, and would feel
numbness in my left arm. Five years ago, this happened to me once every few months, now it happens about four times a day.
I don't think it is genetic. I think a more sinister culprit is to blame.
About five years ago, right before these symptoms appeared, me, my dad and my brother went for a walk in the country and walked right up to a mobile
phone mast ( I mean, right up to it!), we stayed there for about ten minutes before walking on. Since that day, all three of us have developed
concerning neurological problems. My dad has migraines and seizures that can last up to two hours, and my brother has problems with motor
function/movement, and an MRI revealed a shadow on his brain. My MRI revealed a gap (yes, a gap/hole) in the right side of my brain.
At first I thought this might be genetic, but now I see clearly what the cause is. Non of my other relatives, or ancestors, have or had this problem
(as far as I know).
I am writing this to warn you all of the dangers of exposure to radiation from mobile phone masts. Try to stay well away from them if you can.
I'm going to get together with my brother and father soon, and we shall try to sue and get compensation. My dream is that our case will help to change
legislation in the UK, and try to make these masts safer.
Thank you for reading my story. It's so nice to know that I can share this with the community here. I hope I can use my experience to help other
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