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Do not eat Wild Food Toxic Chemicals Found in Deer and Fish

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posted on Oct, 7 2022 @ 05:48 PM
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originally posted by: DAVID64
Had catfish fresh out of the Ohio river for dinner last night and I feel fi


No you're not fine my friend, you couldn't even finish you own sentence there and are now drunk with those toxins! 🥴
edit on 7-10-2022 by DoomsdayDude because: Hick up!



posted on Oct, 7 2022 @ 06:06 PM
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originally posted by: beyondknowledge
And what exactly keeps these chemicals out of the cows, pigs, chickens, wheat, corn, carrots, etc.. grown on farms?

Don't drink the water, breath the air, go out into the sunlight, or eat anything, it will kill you.

See the hyprocsiy?




Don't drink the water, breath the air, go out into the sunlight, or eat anything, it will kill you.

dont breed either its bad for the earth to the message of the elitists unless they do it than its ok.
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posted on Oct, 7 2022 @ 11:41 PM
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Sure, there are toxic chemicals found in deer and fish in some areas. But most of the areas around here don't have that problem. The creeks that the water dumps into from the sewage plants can have all kinds of toxic chemicals in them. And those flow into Lake Superior....but Lake superior is way cleaner than many other places they grow fish in and there are toxins abundant in the commercial meats and even many plant foods.

Eating fish out of a river that a sewage plant discharge flows into makes it so you don't need anti-anxiety and anti-depressant meds anymore since we pee them out into the toilets and the sewage plants don't take them out of the discharge. At least the fish are happy in those rivers or the lakes where the rivers come out.

I would trust fish and veneson I hunt and fish for over the commercial fish and beef in the stores.



posted on Oct, 19 2022 @ 02:13 AM
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a reply to: vNex92

A whole lot of us lives in big cities, filled with smog and whole sort of stuff added to our water, with extremely polluted air, but they are worried about toxins in deer and fish? Who cares at this point, I need my venison and I need it now



posted on Feb, 15 2023 @ 07:11 AM
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I just saw the movie Dark Waters about Dupont (now Chemours) poisoning our water supplies in places all over the world with PFOA (related to PFAS and just as toxic and hazardous to health, just like its replacement GenX).

So I wondered, why did I not run into any of this on ATS when the court cases discussed in the movie were happening in the past 2 decades or when the movie was released in 2019 (Dupont paid nearly 700 million in damages as part of a settlement to victims in West-Virginia living near their factory where they were and still are dumping the stuff, now it's GenX, because it isn't regulated, they 'own' the EPA after all, who won't lift a finger to stop this either)? So I searched ATS for Dupont and Chemours, but nothing related to this issue (that's how I came to this thread, saying 'don't worry, your environment isn't poisoned'). Guess it tells you something about the usefulness of ATS when it comes to exposing corporate greed and corruption rather than promoting some political agenda, message, ideology or argumentation.

ABC interview with Mark Ruffalo about the movie:

The documentary I watched:

One more (don't like the narrator in this one):

Oh wait, the trailer for Dark Waters:

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posted on Feb, 15 2023 @ 07:22 AM
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originally posted by: DAVID64
Had catfish fresh out of the Ohio river for dinner last night and I feel fi

And that's the river where Dupont is dumping their PFOA / PFAS in according to the movie and documentary. Or is that why you brought it up?

For decades, DuPont dumped PFAS into the Ohio River in West Virginia, killing farm animals and poisoning the water of surrounding communities.

Source: Why Are DuPont and Chemours Still Discharging the Most Notorious ‘Forever Chemical’?
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posted on Feb, 15 2023 @ 11:13 AM
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If they weren't filled with toxins yet, all these chemical spills happening 24/7 like the Ohio spill will ensure they do.



posted on Feb, 15 2023 @ 11:31 AM
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originally posted by: DAVID64
Had catfish fresh out of the Ohio river for dinner last night and I feel fi


originally posted by: DoomsdayDude
No you're not fine my friend, you couldn't even finish you own sentence there and are now drunk with those toxins! 🥴

He died before he could finish.



posted on Feb, 15 2023 @ 11:47 AM
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a reply to: v1rtu0s0

It's not just Ohio, go ahead and see where Chemours (DuPont) has production facilities in the US here:

Chemours Global Reach and Locations Worldwide

Belle, West Virginia, US
Deepwater, New Jersey, US
Ingleside, Texas, US
Pass Christian, Mississippi, US
El Dorado, Arkansas, US
Fayetteville, North Carolina, US
Bradford County, Florida, US
La Porte, Texas, US
Louisville, Kentucky, US
New Johnsonville, Tennessee, US
Parlin, New Jersey, US
Patterson, Georgia, US
Washington, West Virginia, US
Wayne County, Georgia, US

I think I got 'm all. All of these could be dumping toxic GenX or PFAS into the environment, or they could be transporting large quantities of it to another company that supposedly burns it up, but then it's stll pumped into the air and large quantities are dumped in the water again (like they do it with the GenX that comes from Dordrecht, Netherlands, bring it to Antwerpen, Belgium, for supposedly destroying it, and they dump it back into the environment, a portion into the river, and a portion into the air when they're burning it up).

It's not just Chemours either:

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posted on Feb, 15 2023 @ 12:08 PM
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originally posted by: whereislogic
... So I searched ATS for Dupont and Chemours, but nothing related to this issue (that's how I came to this thread, saying 'don't worry, your environment isn't poisoned').

That is, I found this thread once I searched for PFOA instead. Then there are more threads on ATS about the subject (still not many though). So maybe what I said after that was a bit premature, although it doesn't seem these threads have the searchterms Dupont or Chemours in them. So they can't be all that informative and Dupont's / Chemours' public image stays more intact (including the image of those chemists or other people earning large amounts of money via them, for keeping their mouths shut about mass murder and mass poisoning; by any definition, crimes against humanity).
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posted on Feb, 15 2023 @ 01:01 PM
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a reply to: whereislogic

"The Devil We Know" - wow.

Thanks for posting it.



posted on Feb, 17 2023 @ 11:03 AM
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a reply to: Creep Thumper

If you liked that one you might like the one about the Teflon Town as well. Although it's considerably shorter. Democracy Now! has a good piece on Dupont (they're usually pretty decent with the facts and details):



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posted on Feb, 17 2023 @ 01:13 PM
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Only bottom feeders I eat come from very far offshore.
Heck, we fisherman call Lobsters, bugs and cock roaches.
The rest is fair game as far as I’m concerned….
Farm raised Cow, pig, chick, etc etc etc is not full of toxins?
America was not fat was I was a kid…..not like it is now.
Not by half. I remember the chubby’s doin extra push-ups in gum class. There were only a few.
Watch the fat bodies pile out of school these days.
Wild meat is a pure blessing to many, including me and mine.


Cheers……da pirate 😎


PS. I’m fat now, bought and paid for.

! Life Is Good !

Venison makes it even better, Buffalo, better still……




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