posted on Apr, 27 2011 @ 10:57 AM
reply to post by Kelmi
These are the games they play. I was poisoned recently and ended up in hospital with breathing difficulties and chest pain; all the symptoms of a
heart attack in progress, but I was left in the waiting room for two hours before being seen and told there was 'no point' in doing an x-ray. All
doctors and staff interacting with me were maintaining their distance and seemed on edge. I was not in any way presenting as a dangerous or violent
person, but it was plain to see that I might well be having a heart attack/ massive internal chest trauma. Why no action taken? I have my
suspicions, but they know we cannot prove a damn thing in such circumstances.
I was angered, and only afterwards realised that of course there would be no point doing x-rays if they had been informed I was under observation and
was being warned off (by mild poisoning) from certain routes of enquiry. There have been a couple of other similar 'warning' incidents, and my life
to date has been full of blatant gang stalking and monitoring practices, so I'm pretty well used to the shenanigans nowadays.
The senior doctor who eventually analysed my x-rays (days later, after returning and arguing with other senior doctors) had been called in to the
hospital specially to consider my case - they'd taken numerous blood samples - he found no indications (allegedly) of the cause of the pain (which
lasted for several days at a slightly reduced level, causing breathing difficulties. He was unrelated to any other medical matters in that area of
the hospital. He left immediately after I did, so I can only assume he was there as a locum 'in the know' for my case, and he certainly had the air
of one of those type of people. (aloof, dark, cynical and patronising, a 'faux authoritarian' as I call them)..