How to Survive an Assassination Attempt and Why People Might Want to Kill You: Roger Stone survives

Before everyone thinks that the assassination attempt of Roger Stone, a behind the scenes guy who worked very effectively on behalf of the Trump election of 2016—they need to understand the nature and history of assassination attempts using the radioactive substance Polonium-210. Before reading the below article by Infowars about the very real assassination attempt, please feel free to stop by the Mound Laboratory Museum most Saturdays around noon in Miamisburg, Ohio and they will provide examples and demonstrations of how such methods were used to great effect in the Dayton regional area during the Cold War.  Recently I had the fortune of a personal class by the ex-employees of that facility and I learned quite a lot about these methods—so it doesn’t surprise me at all that Roger Stone was targeted—because historically, there is merit in the accusation.  The class is free, all you need to do is show up at the museum across the street from the great historic Miamisburg Mound complex—which you can’t miss—and walk in.  Employees will give you a personalized tour and tell you all you want to know about Polonium-210 and then some.  They are some very nice people working there and you will get a free nuclear physics lesson which will greatly enhance your knowledge.  Now, read the report.

The renowned Republican operative says he’s usually very healthy, but became violently ill unexpectedly several weeks ago.

“I am generally a healthy person. I have been a runner and a weight lifter. I am very careful in my diet. I’m a user of the Infowars supplements. I have been treated with acupuncture by perhaps the greatest acupuncturist in the state of Florida if not the United States,” Stone told radio host Alex Jones.

Stone went on to describe that his symptoms presented themselves first as a “routine stomach virus,” but that he eventually grew “exceedingly ill.”

“So I ultimately went to the doctors at Mt. Sinai hospital in Miami Beach, my own personal physician. They conducted extensive blood tests. Those blood tests were passed on to CDC.”

“The general consensus is that I was poisoned,” Stone says.

“I was poisoned with, they now say, a substance that may have been polonium or had the characteristics of polonium. This made me exceedingly ill. The conjecture of all the doctors was that I did not receive a large enough dose to kill me, but I have never been this ill.”

Polonium-210 is a radioactive substance that releases extremely harmful alpha particles throughout the body producing cancer-causing free radicals. It has been used in numerous high profile assassinations, including that of former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko, and was suspected in the death of former PLO leader Yassar Arafat.

When people from another political party—or even co-workers, want to assassinate you, it is the ultimate compliment. When they spend their evenings thinking about wiping you from the face of the earth so that they can succeed in some way—it is the highest honor.  The reason is that they are at wits end on how to stop you and can think of no other way of dealing with you but to eliminate you from existence.

Of course, as I’ve said before, just because someone desires you dead or harmed beyond recognition, that doesn’t mean the perpetrator can accomplish that task. Largely, it’s up to you if they are successful or not.  In my early years, I knew several people who made their professions in killing people for hire so I can report that I understand their thinking.  Their desires do not automatically designate reality.  As the target of assassination if you prepare yourself for all possible contingencies you can further frustrate their efforts by surviving, as Roger Stone obviously did—likely by being in unusually good health so that the radioactive substances could leave his body through natural discharge before there were catastrophic effects.  But that’s cutting it close.  He should be more careful in the future, as you should as well dear reader.  If you are reading this, likely someone someplace wants to destroy you—and you should take pride in that.  Just make sure you protect yourself, and when it comes to the most subtle forms of assassination, it is always good to know about Polonium-210. I’ve just told you how you can learn more—so take advantage of it and visit the Mound Laboratory in Miamisburg, Ohio.  You won’t regret it.

Rich Hoffman


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