I saw a doctor this morning for a followup to my miscarriage. It was my first exam since 2008's postpartum checkup because I never see a doctor unless I absolutely have to. Thankfully, I received really good news after a full examination. My body is healthy and I am clear to get pregnant again! She said due to how early the last one terminated and the success of Azarel, the likelihood of a full-term pregnancy without complications next time is extremely high. It's a good thing I left the house without eating this morning, too so I was able to have lab work done. Results from cholesterol and thyroid checks will come back tomorrow. I'm glad I was able to get in and be seen. Granted, things were totally normal and fine, which means I don't impress the medical field because they can't make much money off of me. Tough. I hate them all and you'll read why.
"My husband was given lots of vaccines in the Marine Corps, and plenty too, when he went over for Gulf War I, but he did throw some of what he was supposed to take orally away, and he got less sick than others. He was also only there for six weeks. I think some of the sickness must be environmental too (DU, oil burning, those nasty sand fleas that pass on something or other). He did have enlarged lymph nodes when he got home, but one round of antibiotics seems to have cleared it up. That was twenty-two years ago. As far as the cumulative health effects of so many vaccines in the military, they seem to have affected me worse, but with having had ten children, demands on me have been more too. We almost had to take him to ER with seizures and fever from the typhoid vaccine they gave him. And he always got the flu worse than the children and I did, if we did. He was an officer, and they gave them ten days' worth at once. There wasn't a medic there babysitting each pill, but yes, it's harder to do that now, I would guess."They swear their rights away on the black line. We all know that servicemen and women and their dependents are government property, whether active, reserve, retired, discharged, protecting the home front, raising the children, learning how to serve the country, growing up, or dead. It's amazing how God saves us and gives us insight despite it all.
"There's a lot more not being said about what our husbands were exposed to. so to shut them up....give them dangerous psychotropic cocktails and send them on their way. Doctors get kick backs for whatever drugs they sell for the pharmaceutical companies. There is no money to be made in healthy people. You can't throw away medications they make you stand before them to take. Maybe the Corps of yesterday but today's Marines do NOT have a choice or chance to throw them away. my poor husband didn't realize how brainwashed he was until he got out...he got the boot too once his PTSD caused problems and embarrassment for the Corps. Don't call me crazy or anything...but here's my theory: These wars on terror were produced by many many years of baiting a mean dog (Arab world) by unreasonable and unquestioned loyalty to Israel...for the benefit of a few powerful men to make millions and billions of dollars...in the course of doing so, you break down the strong and brave young men and tear their families apart causing weakened family units. Why? Because the weak and broke down are easier to control. ...and to keep people depressed and easy to lead further and further into a sinful lifestyle to keep lining those same pockets...and to get God out of our society and ultimately send more and more souls to hell. God is strategically placing people in like minded people paths. He is bigger that what Satan is up to and HE shall deliver us. It's where you stand that really matters at this point. God doesn't need weak minded sissies to do His work. He will raise up and elect those He chooses to do His work. I am not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ!" -Jennifer
It's so hard when your heart and mind are focused and passionate about defending the land of your brothers and sisters, loved ones and forefathers, and you go to enlist and you get dumped on like this. I tried to take my mind out of the whole situation a while back and just analyze what would inspire someone to serve despite all of this, knowing that by going in, they will be willingly stupefying themselves. But the fact of the matter is that people enlist for many reasons, and most of them are without a goal in mind of killing themselves slowly. Suicidal thoughts don't usually motivate someone to serve a country, you see. Usually there is a passion in their heart, maybe a history of family serving, the power of honor, courage and commitment, a yearning for certain skills, and/or a desire to see the world, live with a purpose and die with accomplishments.
A big part of me wants to say "If you want to serve your country, serve those who have served in some way. Do your part in doing away with evil in the world. Fear God. Serve and seek Him. And pray to God that the veterans whom you try to serve don't tell you you that in order to be heard, you have to have had the government vaccines to prove your devotion." I am very torn over this. I have a hard time encouraging people to enlist because I don't want the government to destroy them.