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Flouride Toxicity Courtroom Cover Up?

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posted on Feb, 9 2023 @ 05:50 PM
When I first started in water treatment 10 or so years ago we still would add fluoride to the water. We would have to do the most extensive tests to determine proper dosing amount. Daily and then cumulative weekly testing and samples. They monitored our results and we would have to report them week to the governing body’s or face fines.

We would get big blue drums of Hexafluorosilicic acid to dose the water with. The drum would have both corrosive and poison chemical markers on it. If you spilt any on concrete it would eat it away and expose the stones used in the mix.

All of us at the water plant believed it was poison and nothing more. We approached the town council to have it removed from the water supply. not from conspiracy angle because we believed they wouldn’t bite on removing it because it was poison because that would be admitting wrong and harm which they would never do. We approached it as a cost saving measure so they could pat themselves on the back for saving money. We showed them how much the town spent on fluoride and how much time we spent monitoring the dosing rates ect.

Convinced them it was to expensive and time consuming and they agreed to remove it from the budget. That was the end of fluoride in my town.

a reply to: karl 12

posted on Feb, 9 2023 @ 11:33 PM

originally posted by: Nothin
a reply to: karl 12

The true sign of a loving relationship : is one side trying to poison the other.

Yes indeed amigo and marvellous post there with some extremely interesting looking links - will dive in when I get a mo.

Posted it before over on this thread but from a premeditated 'water contaminant' aspect it's definitely relevant.

When it comes to Paul Ehrlich (and his coauthor John Holdren) then thought there was some really interesting content below where they both advocated the sterilization of people without their knowledge (by contaminating the water supply) and promoted laws which required 'compulsory abortion'.

Ecoscience: Population, Resources, Environment" 1977

Indeed, it has been concluded that compulsory population-control laws, even including laws requiring compulsory abortion, could be sustained under the existing Constitution..

Adding a sterilant to drinking water or staple foods is a suggestion that seems to horrify people more than most proposals for involuntary fertility control. 


1972 Article Unearthed: ‘Worse than Hitler’: ‘Population Bomb’ author Paul Ehrlich suggested adding a forced sterilization agent to ‘staple food’ and ‘water supply’

The reason it's interesting is because THIS article covers the same book and John Holdren stated that 'a leak at a biowarfare laboratory would be a potential solution to the human population explosion' and called for 'a planetary regime to enforce human population limits'.

Really makes you wonder WTF is actually going on.


posted on Feb, 11 2023 @ 02:48 AM

originally posted by: o0oTOPCATo0o

But if I remember right, operation paperclip taught us that the US took a page out of the Nazi playbook and used it in the water to gradually dumb down the public and attempt keep them docile.

Trying to confirm it mate but also seem to remember IGFatben and the Rockefeller/Mellon Alcoa Aluminum Corporation being involved - also an interesting (yet unverified) timeline here.

posted on Feb, 11 2023 @ 04:28 AM
What about fluoride and aluminum effects to the pineal gland

posted on Feb, 11 2023 @ 05:46 AM
In Denmark the issue with Flouride (PFAS) has exploded the last year.

It was discovered that most of the old training facilities for firefighters and surrounding areas was heavily polluted with PFAS to a state where there is a significant risk of cancer, if you eat the meat from cattle that had been grazing there.

Many wells that suck up ground water for drinking water, was found to contain too high amounts of PFAS.

Weeks ago, it was discovered that fish along some coastal areas were polluted with PFAS, making them in-edible.

Same with some ducks in the nothern part of Jutland.

This is just the beginning.

Ironically, Danish dairy producer ARLA, has just announced they will be lowering their sales of ecological milk, and told their farmers they can convert to conventional or risk losing the contract. What a bunch of freaking A-holes.

I suggest you guys PUSH HARD for testing areas that used to be government training facilities. Chances are they are heavily polluted.
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posted on Feb, 12 2023 @ 10:48 AM
Next revelation.... Svalbard in Norway is contaminated with alarming amount of PFAS:

Alarming Levels of PFAS

Seems we might be dealing with a world problem not just local.

posted on Feb, 12 2023 @ 10:54 AM
a reply to: flice

Oh man....
there's not much population there, yet has that pfas there . The pollution is worse than i thought .

posted on Feb, 12 2023 @ 10:56 AM
a reply to: Kenzo

On top of that we are taught here not to buy the farmed Norwegian salmon because they are polluted as well.

And tuna from the Far East is full of methyl mercury so can't eat that in large amounts either.

posted on May, 4 2023 @ 01:48 AM

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