Monday, November 7, 2011

Way "Beyond Treason:" From Depleted Uranium & Anthrax Vaccines to Drugging Our Drinking Water

Beyond Treason: Depleted Uranium & Anthrax Vaccines

What you don't know about your government could kill you... Department of Defense documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act expose the horrific underworld of the disposable army mentality and the government funded experimentation upon US citizens conducted without their knowledge or consent. Is the United States knowingly using a dangerous battlefield weapon banned by the United Nations because of its long-term effects on the local inhabitants and the environment? Explore the illegal worldwide sale and use of one of the deadliest weapons ever invented. Beyond the disclosure of black-ops projects spanning the past 6 decades, Beyond Treason also addresses the complex subject of Gulf War Illness. It includes interviews with experts, both civilian and military, who say that the government is hiding the truth from the public and they can prove it. UNMASKING SECRET MILITARY PROJECTS: Chemical & Biological Exposures, Radioactive Poisoning, Mind Control Projects, Experimental Vaccines, Gulf War Illness and Depleted Uranium (DU).

What has made so many Americans so passive, apathetic and dumbed down to the point that they only bleat for more TV and junk food, while the Zionist bankster gangsters steal everything in sight?

Some say it is (or was) Sodium Fluoride, inserted into our drinking water supplies since 1945, but now the PTB have come up with a newer, more insidious toxin to feed us, silicofluorides:
Untested Type of Fluoride Used in the Overwhelming Majority of U.S. Water Supplies

Dartmouth University wrote in 2001:

In a recent article in the journal NeuroToxicology, a research team led by Roger D. Masters, Dartmouth College Research Professor and Nelson A. Rockefeller Professor of Government Emeritus, reports evidence that public drinking water treated with sodium silicofluoride or fluosilicic acid, known as silicofluorides (SiFs), is linked to higher uptake of lead in children.

Sodium fluoride, first added to public drinking water in 1945, is now used in less than 10% of fluoridation systems nationwide, according to the Center for Disease Control's (CDC) 1992 Fluoridation Census. Instead, SiF's are now used to treat drinking water delivered to 140 million people. While sodium fluoride was tested on animals and approved for human consumption, the same cannot be said for SiFs.

Masters and his collaborator Myron J. Coplan, a consulting chemical engineer, formerly Vice President of Albany International Corporation, led the team that has now studied the blood lead levels in over 400,000 children in three different samples. In each case, they found a significant link between SiF-treated water and elevated blood lead levels.
"We should stop using silicofluorides in our public water supply until we know what they do," said Masters. Officials at the Environmental Protection Agency have told Masters and Coplan that the EPA has no information on health effects of chronic ingestion of SiF-treated water.
Also requiring further examination is German research that shows SiFs inhibit cholinesterase, an enzyme that plays an important role in regulating neurotransmitters.

"If SiFs are cholinesterase inhibitors, this means that SiFs have effects like the chemical agents linked to Gulf War Syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome and other puzzling conditions that plague millions of Americans," said Masters. "We need a better understanding of how SiFs behave chemically and physiologically."
Lead in their drinking water and wine helped cause the downfall of the Roman Empire....along with coin debasement (the Roman's version of the Federal Reserve), inflation, over-taxation and huge trade imbalances... sound familiar?

Both the Nazis and the USSR used Sodium Fluoride and you see what happened to those nations:
It is a matter of record that sodium fluoride has been used for behaviour control of populations.

In an "Address in Reply to the Governor's Speech to Parliament", Mr. Harley Rivers Dickinson, Liberal Party Member of the Victorian Parliament for South Barwon, Australia [In Australia, parliamentarian Mr. Harley Dickenson raised the issue in the Victorian Legislative council, which is recorded in the official Hansard report on August 12th, 1987] made a statement on the historical use of fluorides for behaviour control.

Mr. Dickinson reveals that,
"At the end of the Second World War, the United States Government sent Charles Elliot Perkins, a research worker in chemistry, biochemistry, physiology and pathology, to take charge of the vast Farben chemical plants in Germany. While there, he was told by German chemists of a scheme which had been worked out by them during the war and adopted by the German General Staff.

"This scheme was to control the population in any given area through mass medication of drinking water. In this scheme, sodium fluoride occupied a prominent place.

"Repeated doses of infinitesimal amounts of fluoride will in time reduce an individual's power to resist domination by slowly poisoning and narcotising a certain area of the brain, and will thus make him submissive to the will of those who wish to govern him.

"Both the Germans and the Russians added fluoride to the drinking water of prisoners of war to make them stupid and docile."
Interestingly, it turns out that Alcoa transferred its sodium fluoride production technology to Germany in 1939 under the Alted Agreement, and Dow Chemical Company transmitted its experience and technology to Germany during the same period.

So, we have the U.S. transmitting technology to Germany before the war that allows Germany to experiment on select elements of the European population, and then after the war Nazi scientists and the results of experiments are brought back to the United States under Operation Paperclip. Curious, isn't it?

Much of the information surrounding Operation Paperclip is still classified. Why?

Are they afraid the sheeple might actually read something of value that explains their sorry condition and maybe, just maybe, rouse themselves to action?

Maybe you'll become aware that for decades, chemical cousins of Sodium Fluoride that was dumped into our drinking water is basically the same ingredient used in rat and cockroach poison?

If you think that by avoiding fluoridated water, you'll be free of this mass poisoning, think again, as their are numerous other products that contain this mind-numbing chemcial, like toothpaste; mouthwash; processed foods and teas and household cleaning products and laundry soap.



  1. I got a pdf copy of "The Fluoride Deception" a while back. A great book that should be a movie but probably never will be.

    Another mid TN town recently removed the fluoride from their water supply. That makes 3 this year. Maybe this trend will continue.

  2. You know they're doing something to our water, or air, or *something* when you consider how smart 8th graders had to be back in 1895 and today you have Americans acting this stupid.

    BTW, Aspertame (Nutrasweet) was originally developed as an ant poison. I used it once and it worked great -- just mix a packet of regular sugar with a packet of Equal and put it where the ants are -- it wiped them right out. But I'll never drink another diet soda again!

  3. Jody, I've heard that about Aspertame being a deadly ant-killer, but it's also addictive, or it was in my case.

    Last Winter, after chopping and hauling firewood, sometimes water didn't quench the thirst, so I started drinking diet soda.

    From just drinking one glass after wood chopping to working my way up to drinking a 2 liter bottle a day in no time at all.

    I knew it had become addictive when I found myself craving the damned stuff when I wasn't drinking any or even thirsty, so I quit diet soda cold turkey and now only drink a small amount of regular soda now and then.

  4. I could tell you quite a tale about a lengthy debate with a local politician who was pushing the fluoride agenda

    And the headgames he attempted to play while we were talking....


    Our water is unfluoridated here.

    I recall reading about your attempt to get off the carbonated beverages

    Glad you made it through.

    I little pop now and then won't hurt ya. But make sure it isn't sweetened with the high fructose corn sweetner

    Pricier pop is usually sweetened with can sugar or agave

    For the occasional indulgence it won't break the bank


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