reply to post by TiM3LoRd
Thanks for the post. I found this interesting regarding the water chemical/Pineal gland connection. I have had a reaction to the town water for years,
even after boiling it I get aggressive stomach cramping and feel very ill. Here in Australia the water is heavily fluoridated with a whole lot of
other chemicals thrown in for good measure. After a few years I decided to call the water company to complain about what the drinking water does to
me and why i should have to pay for water that I clearly cannot drink.
A man came around and i went through all this with him and he had no answers but assured me he would send around someone with more experience
regarding my questions. Months later they sent a CEO with whom I also discussed my disappointment with the the quality of water and the fact that it
was not safe for me to drink. She told me to get a rainwater tank and filter, which I already have due to my inability to drink their water. I asked
why I should be charged for an inferior and unsafe product that makes me ill and she told me, "That according to the government guidelines, the
amount of chemicals in the water would only effect 1 in so many thousand people and that was within acceptable tolerances. Unfortunately I was just
one of those people. Great!
Then I asked her to taste my tape water and I went and filled a glass for her. I told her that even as the water comes out of the tap you can smell
the chemicals. She absolutely refused to drink her own product and said she only drinks bottled water. I insisted she drink the glass of water that
she was telling me was safe to drink. She refused and made a hasty retreat. So there you have it! By their company's own admission of omission the
drinking water is far from safe. And don't think that just because you don't drink it means you won't be effected from bathing in it as skin
absorbs a good portion of that chemical laced water as well.
This post could be the evidence of why they are using toxic poison in the drinking water in the first place. I thought it was simply because they
could not carefully and safely dispose of fluoride without the cost exceeding the production of glass and cement it came from in the first place. The
cheapest and most effective way to dispose of it was to dump it in the water supply and create a massive public advertising campaign convincing people
it was good for them. Perhaps a byproduct of that was that the long term results just happen to support population control. Its certainly a win win
for big corps.