Truth is stranger than fiction. In 2016, one day, while working at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, SCGH, something very odd happened.
Something happened to me (won’t say what exactly for privacy reasons). Nearby were 2 nurses. One of them jumped up in excitement. She reacted the way a 5 year old kid jumps up and down when excited.
The other nurse excitedly threw her hands in the air and danced for a second or two. In a hospital.
The two nurses’ reflex actions upon seeing what they believed was something very disadvantageous to me happen, was to to exhibit uncontrollable joy. It took them several seconds before they could control themselves.
Actually, what they saw happen to me did not have the effect they were thinking, as they must have learnt later.
These were nurses who would have fainted due to extreme happiness if I suddenly collapsed and died. Why? For lack of a better word, I can only say these 2 nurses were not ‘normal’, they were ‘robots’, as I have described here and here.
I discovered much later that Mossad operations at SCGH against me were coordinated by WA Director General of Health, Dr. David Russell-Weisz, himself. That is how it was possible for these robots to be assigned duties so they worked in close proximity to me.
That way, the robots could sabotage me at work with ease.
Back to the 2 dancing nurses. From my experience dealing with Mossad, I knew Mossad wouldn’t be happy with the two nurses’ reaction. Mossad knew that the nurses’ behaviour must have made me know they were working for Mossad.
Unsurprisingly, the next day, the 2 nurses were very contrite. That told me that they had been given a dressing down by Mossad for exposing their mission to me. Two days after their ‘dance’, I never saw them again.
Mossad must have had them transferred to another section of SCGH.
In my posts here and my other websites, the matter of ‘set up’ appears quite frequently. This is because this a tool Mossad uses very frequently. In my opinion, Mossad must have been very successful using the tactic of setting people up, because they are obsessed with this tactic.
Less than 3 months after I was employed at SCGH, something quite strange happened. My supervisor said something that made me become suspicious of him. As far as I could tell, he appeared to be a good man. And I still think he is a good man. If the orders were coming directly from the WA Health boss Dr D.J. Russell-Weisz, how could the supervisor have said no?
For privacy, and so as not to disclose information that might hurt innocent people, I will use an analogy to explain how this particular supervisor was trying to set me up, so that I could lose my job, and ruin my reputation.
You get employed in a bank. During orientation period, you are told that there is one rule you must never break while working there: Never, ever, take the bank’s money, even if you are sure you will return it first thing the next day.
Then a few weeks later, your immediate boss joins your team of 10 during tea time. He tells your team: “If you ever feel you need cash urgently, you can always grab some from the cashier drawer, as long as you return it the next day.”
Knowing that you are newly employed, you know you cannot do that even if it is allowed. So you don’t act on that advice.
You notice that some of your colleagues who have worked there longer are actually following the supervisor’s advice, and are taking bank money home, and returning it the next day. They don’t hide what they are doing from other colleagues. You even think they are deliberately doing it in such a way that you will notice.
A few days go by. Your supervisor visits your team again during tea time. After talking aimlessly for a while, he reminds everyone that it is okay to take money from the bank…
This time, however, he calls out your name and says: “John, do not fear taking some cash from the bank as long as you return it…Its sometimes good to have a bulky wallet, if only temporarily…”
My supervisor behaved exactly as described above. He even mentioned my name, as in the sentence above. It was almost like he wanted to force me to do something unethical. I couldn’t believe it.
Mossad have my supervisor in their pocket, too? At this point, I knew 100% that it was me being targeted by the supervisor’s suggestions about how okay it was to commit a specific unethical act.
And my colleagues were doing it, so that I would think its okay. But I never took the bait.
In fact, I later confirmed through some other means that the bait was set specifically for me.
Once again, Mossad failed.
Someone might ask, why go to all these extremes just to have someone sacked? Like I have explained in another article, it is because Mossad is heavily influenced by Satanism.
To understand what I am saying, let me focus on how events would have unfolded, had things gone Mossad’s way:
1. I would have followed the supervisor’s advice, especially since some of my colleagues were doing the same.
2. I would have been found out and reported to my bosses.
3. In mitigation, I would have argued that ‘others were doing it too…’ Since Mossad would definitely have been listening as I was being interrogated, I am sure my foolish argument that ‘others are doing it too…’ would have filled the Mossad agents with great happiness at my stupidity.
4. I would have lost my job.
5. Mossad would have made sure the story spreads, not only in WA, but they would have made sure it reaches Kenya, and would be known by Kenyans who know me, and those who do not know me. It would have appeared like I had killed a person.
Therefore, to Mossad, it was not only about me losing my job, it was about using that incident to destroy me completely.
Using the example above about bank workers: The story that would spread is not that the worker was tricked to take some bank money home, and return it the next day, as everyone was doing.
The story that would be spread would be that the bank worker STOLE from the bank, and was sacked as a result. And the story is made to reach the worker’s relatives, friends…
Imagine the damage. No recovering from that. Ever.