In the first ever research program, wastewater was tested for trace chemicals in False Bay. What they found is most alarming
According to the M&G report (read here) the chemicals are diclofenac (commonly known as voltaren), and carbazepine, were the most commonly dominant compounds. Traces were found in sea lettuce (sea weed), and marine invertebrates (sea urchins, snails, starfish and mussels etc). Voltarin is an anti anti-inflammatory drug freely available over the counter.
My point comes with the findings of carbamazepine compound in samples. This drug is used for treating . . . . epilepsy! How many people in the False Bay area has epilepsy? I suspect not many. Heres why.
I was in a light aircraft accident in Oct 2020, and got 3rd degree burns on my arms and legs. Whilst I was in hospital, 4 months, I was unaware of my injuries until I woke up, in Jan 2021. Neurologist said I had seizures, and was then put on 3 types of epilepsy meds, blood pressure tabs, cholestrerol stuff, pain killers and special ointment. I was told I have epilepsy for life, and in a year will be reassessed to see if - if - the dose can be reduced. He also said I had the condition before the accident. Now, carbamazepine is not available over the counter. It is prescribed by the specialist doctors. So, doctors, like mine, must be diagnosing epilepsy all the time, so as to account for excessive contaminants in wastewater. Why are doctors doing this?
Furthermore, the report says "The risks associated with exposure to these compounds, among others, include increased cancer risk, decreased fertility, and effects on the immune system,” the study says. Immune system. . . !!
Repeat "THE IMMUNE SYSTEM". Isnt our immune system failing the covid test? And, can we become immune to doctors?