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News reporter dials 911 for medical emergency, waits 25 minutes for ambulance to arrive (yes, society really is breaking down)

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(NaturalNews) Civilization continues to unravel before its own eyes. If modern-day American society could look in the mirror, it would see itself breaking down into fragments of confusion, mistrust and cognitive dysfunction. Practically all water sources in America are now loaded with chemicals, pesticides, pharmaceutical drugs and heavy metals, and need to be filtered effectively before being allowed back into the cells of the human body. Most water sources are even mandated by government to be poisoned with industrial waste sodium fluoride, which also destroys cognitive function throughout the population. A quality set of fluoride filters are now essential for those who want to survive cognitively in a heavily polluted and unraveling civilization.

Look around and witness the mental breakdown. Never before in the history of civilization have humans been led to believe that they need a pill to not be mentally depressed. People are performing their jobs in society with less efficiency and more error than ever before. The ho-hum sluggish pace and lack of awareness can be seen virtually anywhere in the marketplace today. Meander through the processed food aisle at the nearest grocery store or take a walk through the local pharmacy and notice that people are becoming what they consume.

While waiting in line at the grocery store, have you ever had to deal with someone acting like a pill, dispensing attitude that you just can't seem to swallow? Have you ever bumped into a soggy, greasy tater tot in the grocery aisle and decided you weren't going to eat that frozen junk food any more?
Know what you're eating, because that's what you're becoming...

Man's life put on hold as first responders take nearly a half-hour to respond to back-to-back 911 calls

Where timeliness matters the most -- in emergency medical care -- sluggishness and mistakes can mean the difference between life and death. Recently at the Detroit City Hall, first responders were so slow to the scene of a stroke that the mayor came out and broadcasted his criticisms and concerns of the unraveling city infrastructure.

A Detroit news reporter named Darren Nichols began suffering from stroke-like symptoms in the basement of the Detroit City Hall, when Free Press reporter Matt Helms made the call to 911.
The emergency call was made in the basement of the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center's press room at about 10:10 a.m.

Waiting for the ambulance to arrive, Helms waited outside and listened for oncoming sirens. Twenty minutes later, it was apparent that no ambulance was on its way. At about 10:30, Helms made a second call to get a first responder on the scene immediately. Within eight minutes of the second call, first responders made it to the City Hall.

"It took 25 minutes for the EMS to arrive," Helms said. "We were literally outside listening for sirens, and didn't hear any."

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, who was at the City Hall the time of the sluggish medical response, spoke up: "It is not acceptable." After leaving a closed-door meeting that Nichols was there to cover, Mayor Duggan said, "The national standard is eight minutes and we have a team now looking at why the response was so slow and I am waiting on an answer from the fire department on that."

Helms reiterated, "We're all at risk if we can't get ambulances on time."

Nichols, whose life was put on hold for almost a half an hour, was rushed to the Detroit Receiving Hospital; his condition is unknown.

"Our thought and prayers are with him," Detroit Mayor Duggan said.

Don't be a victim of an unraveling civilization

People all across the planet are connected in so many ways, sometimes depending on one another in emergency situations. That's why its important to perform our jobs with passion and with the highest aptitude possible. It's so critical that people all across the planet start filtering their water using adsorbent activated-charcoal filters and fluoride-reduction units.

By eliminating the majority of heavy metals, pesticides, chemicals and runoff medications from drinking water, the mind is freed from elements like lead, mercury, arsenic, aluminum, cadmium and other neurotoxins which impair thinking, memory and overall brain function.

With a cleaner and clearer mind, people can start rebuilding the civilization that has already begun to unwind.

To boost your cognitive function and not be a victim of an unraveling civilization, learn more at Natural Genius, a free online course launched by the Health Ranger.

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