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Defibrillators appeared everywhere in the last few years..


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Did you notice this where you live? Since about 2019 they have been slowly appearing.

In all the years I have lived here I've never seen anyone have heart trouble in the street, yet there are at least 5 of these devices now dotted around in my small town. 

As far as I know few people would be trained to use one anyway.

 

Something to ponder?

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I connected it to the rise of smart tech and too much EMR everywhere that could cause people to have "difficulties" (the heart is most at risk of being short-circuited by EMR pulses, apparently).

 

Nobody needed these machines back in the day, certainly not for young people (they are in every school, sports centre and library etc).

 

But obviously they are now needed to cope with the effects of the jab.

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2 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

I connected it to the rise of smart tech and too much EMR everywhere that could cause people to have "difficulties" (the heart is most at risk of being short-circuited by EMR pulses, apparently).

 

Nobody needed these machines back in the day, certainly not for young people (they are in every school, sports centre and library etc).

 

But obviously they are now needed to cope with the effects of the jab.

 

I found out that one of them here was paid for by teens doing fundraising charity events.

The cynicism is astounding.

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