This post is another one from my 2013 archives. It appears that there was a shift in 2013, and things that started happening back then are very applicable today.
I am discovering that connecting the dots from past events with current events is showing a pattern and answering many questions about what’s going on today. Think about the politics behind aspartame, and bring that corruption up to today’s FDA approval issues …
When I found this post, I remember that I wondered then WHY there were roadblocks in St. Clair and Bibb counties in Alabama asking for blood and saliva samples during the days between June 8-9, 2013.
According to the St.Clair sheriff’s department, this wasn’t the first time roadblocks had been used for random human fluid samples. Road blocks were first used in 2007, but due to social media, word of the 2013 road blocks exploded on social media without “fact checker” censorship.
How odd is something like this? And these roadblocks weren’t JUST in Alabama.
“They were taking the samples in other parts of the county,” the sheriff’s department said. “They want to find out how many people are driving with alcohol in their system, or prescription drugs, things like that.”
What Would You Do?
J Bosey witnessed these roadblocks in 2013, and he wrote on his blog that he and his wife were going down State Highway 34 between Pell City and Talladega to see a movie when they saw NHTSA (National Highway & Traffic Safety Administration) roadblocks set up to collect mouth swabs and/or blood tests.
Bosey wrote that they’d flag you down to a stop and ask if you would like to volunteer a mouth swab and a small vial of your blood. If drivers participated, they were directed to an area where someone took the samples. In return, they would pay $10 for the saliva sample, and $50 for a blood sample.
Off-duty St. Clair County deputies stopped cars at random at the road block areas. The road blocks were marked with signs stating that this was a paid survey. The drivers were asked for voluntary cooperation, and if they declined, they were free to go.
The officers were in uniform and in their County Sheriff cars; those taking the samples wore dark blue, pull over shirts and Khaki pants.
Apparently, NHTSA was paying off-duty deputies to work these roadblocks, and paying researchers to study the samples. The officers told the drivers that the samples would not have their names or any personal information of any kind attached to their samples. No one was required to show their driver’s license at the stops.
Address The CAUSE
I’m not sure what to think about something like this. It’s creepy, no doubt. Do you think they will do this today related to COVID issues?
If authorities are that concerned about drivers intoxicated with prescription drugs, alcohol (that’s a given), or illegal drugs, I think there are better ways to resolve this problem.
How about addressing the root CAUSES of these problems:
- the plethora of pharmaceutical drugs on the market today;
- the forced mandates of toxic inoculations;
- aspartame and other neurotoxins in the food supply;
- addressing why the PROOF about the adverse affects of drugs and toxic food chemicals have not been addressed by our lawmakers;
- no research is available on how all these toxic chemicals interact with one another.
Now, there’s some solutions!!
And by the way, I recommend saying no to being paid to contribute your blood and saliva for this crazy medical game.
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