Wednesday, November 28, 2012

"The Great Culling:" Using Fluoride to Thin Out the Human Race

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"The Great Culling: Our Water" Official Movie

The Georgia Guidestones is a large granite monument in Elbert County, Georgia. It has been referred to as an American Stonehenge. The person or group that paid for its construction is a mystery. Inscribed on its stones are ten commandments, written in eight languages, for what it describes as an Age of Reason. Many believe it is an agenda for the New World Order.

The first commandment is: "Maintain humanity under 500 million in perpetual balance with nature." Since the world population now stands at over seven billion, that means the commandment calls for the elimination of 93% of the world's population.

THE CULLING ALREADY HAS BEGUN

The Great Culling of the human race already has begun. It is being done through chemicals added to our drinking water, food, medicines, and the air we breathe -- chemicals that have the known effect of reducing fertility and shortening lifespan. This message can no longer be dismissed as conspiracy theory. The facts are in plain view.

This documentary is the first of a three-part series. It shows how additives to our drinking water, such as fluoride, supposedly to combat tooth decay, in reality are covert doses of death. It also shows how you can protect yourself and your family.



More info about movie here.
Fluoride: How A Toxic Poison Ended Up In Our Water Supply

Sodium Fluoride is an industrial waste byproduct from aluminum manufacturing.

As aluminum production increased in the first half of the twentieth century, it became necessary to find somewhere to put the fluoride. Manufacturers could no longer get away with dumping it into rivers or landfills, because it was poisoning crops and making livestock sick. Francis Frary, chief scientist for ALCOA, had an idea. He commissioned Gerald Cox at the Mellon Institute, to conduct research regarding the benefits of adding fluoride to the water supply. The Mellon Institute was frequently hired by big business to produce research that supported their industries, and for several decades they produced research showing that asbestos was safe and did not cause cancer.

They also produced reports assuring everyone that fluoride was not toxic and would be beneficial to add to our drinking water for healthy teeth.

Another proponent of the safety of fluoride at that time was scientist Harold Hodge, who was later revealed to to have been part of the the Human Radiation Experiment; injecting test subjects with plutonium and uranium in 1945-46. This was documented by pulitzer prize winning reporter Eileen Welsonne in The Plutonium Files.
Hodge was also chief toxicologist of The Manhattan Project and fluoride was a key component in the production of the atom bomb. His studies were conducted with a bias toward proving fluoride safe, which would protect the government and industry from lawsuits.

The “research science” done to support water fluoridation was underwritten by these massive companies:

Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA)
Aluminum Company of Canada
American Petroleum Institute
Dupont
Kaiser Aluminum
Reynolds Steel
US Steel
National Institute of Dental Research


PR master Edward Bernays also known as “The Father of Spin“ created the PR campaign to sell fluoride to the nation as an additive “recommended by your doctor and dentist for healthy teeth”. He was a pioneer of modern propaganda and used the theories of mass psychology and persuasion to suit the needs of corporate and political organizations.

Fluoride given to rats has been proven to cause bone cancer, liver cancer, and a host of other physical ailments.

It is illegal to dump fluoride into our lakes and rivers, but somehow it is ok to put in our drinking water and toothpaste.
The Fluoride Deception (Interview With Christopher Bryson)


7 comments:

buelahman said...

I have a sister-in-law who calls herself the "big picture thinker" (which really means that she doesn't do detail or facts).

We recently had a conversation about fluoride because she saw my filtration system and asked about it, suggesting that I spent too much money when the water is just fine.

I explained the lies about fluoride and suggested she invest just a couple hundred dollars, at the very least, to remove it from the drinking/cooking water.

She basically told me that there was nothing that she could do about it. That the government would never lie about it. Blah, blah, blah...

Even when presented with facts, to a Big Picture Thinker, even, many are just sheep to be led to their slaughter.

Gullible fools.

kenny said...

Besides paying one of the highest water rates in the state, I also have to buy bottled water that is supposedly fluoride free. It's a crime of the highest order.

If anyone is interested.

The Fluoride Deception pdf

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/72879339/fluoride_deception.pdf


b'man, I can't afford one but I'm wondering what filter you have that removes fluoride.

Greg Bacon said...

Kenny, the link below shows a site where I plan on buying a fluoride free water filter, since I am no longer drinking H2O from a cistern, but from a city water supply.

http://www.pure-earth.com/fluoride-water-filters.htm

kenny said...

Looks promising Greg. I've bookmarked it for possible later use.

If you get one, let us know what you think.

Lee said...

Buelahman:

I have a similar sister like yours. She considers herself educated although recently,I discovered she did not graduate from high school. Her "Bigger Picture" is being a Christian and that the "holy spirit" is her teacher. Yes, she has all the answers for everything and always has her "Talk To The Hand" or the, "Been There/Done That" approach to everything.

These people have all the answers and therefore, are unteachable. There is nothing you can do to help them except watch the train wreck in slow motion. These people are followers of their own self made belief system. They are gods unto themselves and therefore not answerable to anyone.

Greg Bacon said...

Good synopsis Lee. It's difficult to have a conversation with someone who proclaims to know everything and act like they are chosen by some mysterious entity.

I lost a good friend and a financee to religion, since they decided I was too much of a heathen to be around.

tmcfall said...

Greg
I have one of those on the counter three stage filters and I love it! The tap water here in Tempe/Phoenix is horrid, smells like chlorinated shit (which is exactly what it is)
Tom in Tempe

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