The character begins to add to the photo by addressing the nation. “Good morning, Lithuania. Information Information for reflection. Why are we getting sick? Synthetic-plastic hormone-packed foods, n amounts of chemicals, drugs, new vaccines, contaminated water and air. opinion. Or is it another conspiracy theory? This photo was taken in the Netherlands in 2012. It is a geoengineering program run by globalists. “, – says the liar, suggesting that it is “chemtrade” that guards people.
The actor continues to disseminate information on the incidence of cancer in the Dutch population, but does not provide any source of this information.
„2012 According to the National Cancer Registration Board, approximately 100,000 people are diagnosed with cancer in the Netherlands each year, or 36%. more than 10 years ago. common forms of cancer include breast, lung and prostate cancer.
The number of people diagnosed with skin cancer has risen particularly sharply, the NKR said. 2000 6,500 people were reported to have skin cancer, and in 2010 this number has risen by more than 100 percent. to 13,300. Also 81 percent. an increase in the number of women with lung cancer.
In total, about 3.5 percent have had cancer or are currently suffering from cancer. the current population is a total of 570,000 people. Every ten years in the Netherlands. The number of diseases has increased even more, by about 30 percent. In the comment, I will upload a table showing the horrible numbers.
At first glance, it seems a normal country with a good income and a relatively good system, and the problem is only medical. ”, – the fictional information was provided by the character Silk Thread.
As if confirming the number of his fiction, the character adds diagrams in the comments. Delphi’s “Lie Detector” checked where this chart came from. It is taken from the International Agency for Research on Cancer under the auspices of the World Health Organization and has nothing to do with the characters ’fictional figures.
Evidence-based data on cancer incidence in the Netherlands
According to the Dutch Cancer Research Center IKNL Integraal Kankercentrum Nederland, there were 55732 cases of cancer in 1989, 70334 in 2000, 98491 in 2010 and 115047 in 2020. According to the WHO, there are 120 more databases.
It should be noted that the population of the Netherlands was 14,868,655 in 1989, and by 2020 there were already 17,134,872.
In addition, in addition to the services provided by the health care system, the diagnosis of diseases has improved over more than 30 years. This means that more and more cancers are not just a result of health but of an accurate population, with more accurate diagnosis, advanced treatments and access to protection. This is reflected in the increase in life expectancy in the Netherlands over 30 years. According to official statistics, the average life expectancy in the 1990s was 73.8 years for men and 80.1 years for women. Meanwhile, in 2017, life expectancy was 79.9 for men and 83.1 for women.
In addition, according to the IKNL Integraal Kankercentrum Nederland, 65% of patients had cancer since 2013. probability of survival for at least 5 years, while in 1989 this percentage was only 42 percent. According to current estimates, the probability of surviving a cancer diagnosis of at least 5 years is about 1 percent annually.
The most common cancer in the Netherlands is lung, which is the leading cause of death, but it is common in the skin, with a low probability of 5 years for pancreatic, brain, lung and lung cancer.
In 2020, the Netherlands was the third most common cancer country in Europe after Ireland and Denmark. These figures are also determined by the above-mentioned accurate diagnostics and the availability of health care services. According to official data, it is mainly used to treat cancer of the skin, breast, lung, as well as cancer of the gastrointestinal tract and other tract. Experts say that many patients are associated with avoiding a healthy lifestyle, due to poor nutrition, sedentary work and lack of physical activity, due to harmful habits. Meanwhile, skin cancers are associated with lighter Dutch skin that is prone to sunburn. Other forms of cancer are inherited.
Thus, in order to influence its customers and increase its popularity, the liar-spreading actor “Silk Thread” shares liars, which are easily trusted by those who do not critically evaluate the information.
In addition, the figure attributes false information about people with cancer in the Netherlands to “chemtrails”.
About conspiracy theories and liars’ favorite “chemtrails”
Scientists have joined forces to refute a popular myth. Melo has repeatedly written about the fact that “chemistry” is another link that has attracted people around the world. An international survey found that as many as 17 percent. all respondents said they believed in or partially believed in the existence of “chemtrails”.
The theory has gained such intimidating popularity that scientists have really lost patience and research in questioning 77 atmospheric experts about the existence of “chemtravel”. 76 of the 77 participants in the study did not find any evidence of the existence of “chemtrails”. They were also provided with photos showing “chemtrreelings”, according to proponents, but none of the survey researchers confirmed that they saw anything other than the usual condensation marks on airplanes.
The experts were also given other evidence – samples of land and water that allegedly had the existence of “chemtrails”, but all but one of the scientists interviewed did not find any anomalies in them. Only one sample was suspected by one scientist, in an area with low levels of barium in the soil.
Indeed, the white bands often seen in the sky can be misunderstood. These are the condensation traces of airplanes caused by the condensation of water vapor in the exhaust of jet aircraft engines, as well as the sudden change in air pressure.
How long these traces will be visible in the sky depends on environmental factors – temperature and pressure at the altitude at which the plane flies. Thus, although some proponents of the “chemtravel” link theory are rushing to argue that the condensation traces of complex aircraft are different from the dispersal of hazardous materials because the latter traces are visible in the sky for several hours, which is not true.
Traces of condensation can disappear after a few minutes of flying, but can be seen for several hours under appropriate conditions. While we are usually accustomed to seeing straight lines carved into the sky that remain in planes, a different form of condensation is also surprising.
Conclusion: profile of the facebook character “Silk Thread” to ensure its online clothing sales from Asia. The protagonist shares melagins about vaccines, conspiracy theories, foreign liars ‘links “infowars.com”, Lithuanian liars’ websites ekspertai.eu and reputable sites such as Republikas.lt.
The protagonist dilutes the entire flow of liars with advertisements for clothes he sells from Asia, as well as photos of patriotic fashion photography that are not copyrighted, so it is very likely that they have been stolen from the internet.
One such liar is a photograph of the sky showing traces of condensation or a condensed tape left in an airplane. Alongside the photo, the protagonist provides fictional information about the incidence of cancer in the Dutch population and the conspiracy theories’ favorite “chemtrail”, which scientists have repeatedly denied in support of research.
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