Poison Tap Water

Paul Joseph Watson & Matt Ryan
Thursday, August 5, 2010

Alex Jones is launching a new campaign to inform the public about the toxic chemical fluoride being added to tap water across the country. While EPA scientists and workers are calling for an end to water fluoridation, the government is doing everything in its power to continue and even increase the amount of toxic chemicals being added to public water supplies.

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While sodium fluoride is commonly used as a rat poison, globalists and eugenicists have decided to add it to water supplies with the message to the public being that it is good for teeth, despite warnings from the ADA stating that young children risk a disease called dental fluorosis.The Guardian reported that fluoride water can also cause cancer.

The flyer listed above is a tool that can be used to get the message out about this serious crime against the people. Fluoride is a toxic poison that has known serious side effects. Spread the word. Post this flyer in legal, easily visible locations. Pass it out to friends, family, and people you meet.

Fluoride being artifically added to drinking water in India is causing blindness and deformitiesamongst children.

Christopher Bryson’s widely acclaimed book The Fluoride Deception includes dozens of peer-reviewed studies showing that sodium fluoride is a deadly neurotoxin that attacks the central nervous system and leads to a multitude of serious health problems. This fact has been covered up by a collusion of government and industry who have reaped financial windfalls while illegally mass medicating the public against their will.

Perhaps the most notable study was conducted by Dr. Phyllis Mullenix Ph.D., a highly respected pharmacologist and toxicologist, who in a 1995 Forsyth Research Institute study found that rats who had fluoride added to their diet exhibited abnormal behavioral traits.

A 2008 Scientific American report concluded that “Scientific attitudes toward fluoridation may be starting to shift” as new evidence emerged of the poison’s link to disorders affecting teeth, bones, the brain and the thyroid gland, as well as lowering IQ.

“Today almost 60 percent of the U.S. population drinks fluoridated water, including residents of 46 of the nation’s 50 largest cities,” reported Scientific American’s Dan Fagin, an award-wining environmental reporter and Director of New York University’s Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program.

The Scientific American study “Concluded that fluoride can subtly alter endocrine function, especially in the thyroid — the gland that produces hormones regulating growth and metabolism.”

The report also notes that “a series of epidemiological studies in China have associated high fluoride exposures with lower IQ.”

“Epidemiological studies and tests on lab animals suggest that high fluoride exposure increases the risk of bone fracture, especially in vulnerable populations such as the elderly and diabetics,” writes Fagin.

Fagin interviewed Steven Levy, director of the Iowa Fluoride Study which tracked about 700 Iowa children for sixteen years. Nine-year-old “Iowa children who lived in communities where the water was fluoridated were 50 percent more likely to have mild fluorosis… than [nine-year-old] children living in nonfluoridated areas of the state,” writes Fagin.

The study adds to a growing literature of shocking scientific studies proving fluoride’s link with all manner of health defects, even as governments in the west, including the UK, make plans to mass medicate the population against their will with this deadly toxin. Most Americans already drink artificially fluoridated water.

In 2005, a study conducted at the Harvard School of Dental Health found that fluoride in tap water directly contributes to causing bone cancer in young boys.

“New American research suggests that boys exposed to fluoride between the ages of five and 10 will suffer an increased rate of osteosarcoma – bone cancer – between the ages of 10 and 19,” according to a London Observer article about the study.

Based on the findings of the study, the respected Environmental Working Group lobbied to have fluoride in tap water be added to the US government’s classified list of substances known or anticipated to cause cancer in humans.

Cancer rates in the U.S. have skyrocketed with one in three people now contracting the disease at some stage in their life.

The link to bone cancer has also been discovered by other scientists, but a controversy ensued after it emerged that Harvard Professor Chester Douglass, who downplayed the connection in his final report, was in fact editor-in-chief of The Colgate Oral Health Report, a quarterly newsletter funded by Colgate-Palmolive Co., which makes fluoridated toothpaste.

An August 2006 Chinese study found that fluoride in drinking water damages children’s liver and kidney functions.

Growing opposition to fluoridation of water supplies in light of this evidence is contributing to a scaling back of water fluoridation programs, with voters in places like Mount Pleasant calling for the amount added to be reduced.

With awareness about sodium fluoride on the increase, the establishment is now moving to demonize anyone who raises the issue as a dangerous lunatic. In an official press release, the Fluoride Action Network slams “recent mischaracterizations of fluoridation opponents by political pundits Rachel Maddow, Keith Olbermann and others in conjunction with Senator Harry Reid’s Nevada re-election campaign.”

As we wrote in June, Keith Olbermann sardonically attacked Nevada primary winner Sharron Angle for speaking out against water fluoridation, “because she thinks the fluoride might be poison.”

Amidst his sophomoric jibes, Olbermann failed to explain why, if fluoride isn’t a poison as he claims, the word “toxic” is written on the packaging of bags of sodium fluoride that are dumped into the water supply of many Americans.

Sodium fluoride is a Part II Poison under the UK Poisons Act 1972. In addition, toothpaste manufacturers are required by law to include the following text on their products, “If you accidentally swallow more than used for brushing, seek professional help or contact a poison control center immediately.”

“FAN’s website http://www.FluorideAlert.org has a wealth of scientific information indicating that water fluoridation is neither safe nor effective,” states the press release. “In fact, mounting evidence shows that it is harmful to large segments of the population and has helped to create an epidemic of dental fluorosis in children.” On April 12, 2010, Time magazine listed fluoride as one of the “Top Ten Common Household Toxins” and described fluoride as both “neurotoxic and potentially tumorigenic if swallowed.”


– Fluoride is a waste by-product of the fertilizer and aluminum industry and it’s also a Part II Poison under the UK Poisons Act 1972.

– Fluoride is one of the basic ingredients in both PROZAC (FLUoxetene Hydrochloride) and Sarin nerve gas (Isopropyl-Methyl-Phosphoryl FLUoride).

– USAF Major George R. Jordan testified before Un-American Activity committees of Congress in the 1950’s that in his post as U.S.-Soviet liaison officer, the Soviets openly admitted to “Using the fluoride in the water supplies in their concentration camps, to make the prisoners stupid, docile, and subservient.”

– The first occurrence of fluoridated drinking water on Earth was found in Germany’s Nazi prison camps. The Gestapo had little concern about fluoride’s supposed effect on children’s teeth; their alleged reason for mass-medicating water with sodium fluoride was to sterilize humans and force the people in their concentration camps into calm submission. (Ref. book: “The Crime and Punishment of I.G. Farben” by Joseph Borkin.)

– 97% of western Europe has rejected fluoridated water due to the known health risks, however 10% of Britons drink it and the UK government is trying to fast track the fluoridation of the entire country’s water supply.

– In Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg fluoridation of water was rejected because it was classified as compulsive medication against the subject’s will and therefore violated fundamental human rights.

– In November of 2006, the American Dental Association (ADA) advised that parents should avoid giving babies fluoridated water.

– Sources of fluoride include: fluoride dental products, fluoride pesticides, fluoridated pharmaceuticals, processed foods made with fluoridated water, and tea.

Click here to find out if your water supply is poisoned with deadly fluoride.

Click here to read the Material Safety Data Sheet on Sodium Fluoride and find out how toxic this chemical admittedly is.

Watch the excellent documentary The Fluoride Deception to understand the danger water fluoridation represents to us all.

Poison in the kitchen…How tap water could damage your brain, blind or even kill you


Last updated at 23:46 30 April 2008

As he dipped his hand into the River Wear to quench his thirst, William Sproat could not have known he was about to unleash the horror of cholera on Britain.

Sunderland in 1831 was a hectic place. The Industrial Revolution was redefining our cities, while filth and squalor grew with urban populations.

A robust boatman, Sproat spent his working life plying the Wear in heavily loaded coal barges. He did not know that a deadly bacteria lurked in its depths.

Within hours of drinking from the river, Sproat was racked by vomiting fits and excruciating stomach cramp.

Most water-borne diseases kill, ironically, by dehydrating their victims. Sproat’s wife and two children watched in horror as his pulse faded and his face took on a deathly pallor.

Cholera strikes quickly. Within a day or two, its victims are writhing, immobilised in its terrifying grip.

The parasite that causes the disease comes to life in the warmth of the human gut and depends on its unfortunate host for survival.

Three days later, there was so little blood flowing to Sproat’s brain that he fell into a coma. As death moved in, his fingers and legs turned dark blue.

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Dr Robert Morris says that we should all use water filters in our homes which are properly installed and maintained – they give water that is often safer than bottled water

On the night of October 23, Sproat succumbed to the ‘blue death’ of cholera.

Within hours, the highly contagious disease also had the boatman’s son and granddaughter in its awful grasp.

Asiatic cholera had arrived in Britain; Sproat was its first victim.

Soon, the country was in the grip of an epidemic – but no one knew what caused this disease, or how to cure it.

Desperate relatives tried every potential remedy: emetics to induce vomiting, enemas made with turpentine in gruel, or a poultice of bran wrapped around the legs of the victim.

With winter, cholera receded in the UK, but it continued to ravage warmer climes. By 1846, it had taken hold in the Middle East, killing 12,000 people in Tehran and 30,000 in Baghdad.

In just one night in 1847, 3,000 pilgrims died at Mecca in Saudi Arabia.

In 1848, it returned with a vengeance to British shores. What was causing this virulent disease? The prevailing medical science of the time suggested it must be caused by a miasma, a foul smelling, airborne poison.

A British doctor, John Snow, suspected otherwise. In 1849, he put forward his theory that cholera is spread through microscopic agents in water.

He tracked an outbreak in Soho, central London, to a single public pump.

A total of 623 people died in this outbreak – before Dr Snow removed the handle from the Broad Street pump, stopping people using it and thus halting cholera in its tracks.

This was a medical breakthrough which redefined our understanding of the world.

Initially, Dr Snow was greeted with derision and disbelief, but his work led to a revolution in the way we look at our water supplies.

His early research inspired my investigation into modern-day water and its impact on our health.

Beneath the world’s streets, water races through pipes to fill tens of billions of glasses and bottles each day.

This year, the Government has launched a campaign to curb the £2 billion we spend each year on bottled water and opt instead for ‘safe’ tap water. But how safe is it?

For millions of years, intimate knowledge about the source of water was among the most important pieces of information our ancestors carried.

Perhaps they were wiser men than we. Today, that intimacy is lost. We turn on a tap and water flows as if by magic.

Most of us have little awareness of its source.

We assume it will be there. We assume it will be safe. The road to disaster is paved with assumptions.

We assume waterborne disease happens in the developing world, yet the largest outbreak of such a disease in U.S. history happened in 1993, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

An outbreak of illness caused by cryptosporidium, a micro-organism in water that causes stomach upsets, hit 400,000.

Some 4,000 people were hospitalised, and more than 100 died.

Evidence is mounting that our Government has underestimated the risks from cryptosporidium.

A detailed report on an outbreak of the disease in Oxfordshire in 1989 – when 400 people required treatment – criticised Whitehall and the water industry for dragging their feet over research.

The only thing that separates us from more outbreaks is the system we have developed to transport and treat sewage and drinking water.

The operation of our water supplies is, to most of us, invisible.

Invisibility encourages complacency. We have come to think of these systems as fail- safe, but the technology for treating most of our drinking water is almost a century old.

Most water purification plants were not originally designed to remove chemical contaminants.

At least some of the water from these ageing plants is treated sewage. Farm run-off and industrial waste also get into treatment tanks.

Studies have shown that some of the bacteria from these sources make their way into drinking water supplies, causing illness.

Between 1993 and 2003, there were 4,000 officially recorded incidents of waterborne disease in Britain. The real figure is likely to be far higher. Around half those cases were caused by cryptosporidium.

These diseases are not as deadly as cholera, but it is possible this may not always hold true.

And the question remains: how can we ensure that our drinking water is clean enough? Should we be drinking treated sewage?

Sewage treatment decreases the number of disease-carrying bacteria, called pathogens, in waste water, but it does not eliminate them.

Instead, water companies dangerously assume any pathogens in their supplies will disappear in vast reservoirs or die before they can reach the intake pipe.

The history of drinking water is a story of disaster and response. From cholera to cryptosporidium, disasters have forced change.

We now face new risks: emerging diseases, changing climates, poorly understood pollutants, terrorism, decaying infrastructure and ‘gender bending’ chemicals.

In 2002, U.S. researchers found 82 different pharmaceutical compounds in lakes and rivers. This and other studies have found oestrogen – the female sex hormone – to be one of the most commonly found chemicals.

Many of these chemicals have also been found in water supplies across the UK, while scientists have shown that oestrogen in water supplies alters the sex of fish in rivers.

Many other chemicals widely present in waste water have been shown to mimic the effects of oestrogen.

All of these chemicals can – and do – reach water treatment plants, most of which were not designed to remove them.

Whether these chemicals are present in drinking water at concentrations high enough to affect human health remains a controversial subject – but the risk is there.

Another danger is toxoplasmosis, a chlorine-resistant bacteria which causes flu-like symptoms initially, but can spread and cause devastating damage to the delicate neurological network in the brain.

It causes blindness, mental retardation and even death.

Then there is the issue of ‘chlorination’ itself, the process designed to disinfect water.

A mainstay of water treatment, adding chlorine to our supply appears to create chemicals that cause cancer and may injure developing human embryos.

There is evidence it may lead to miscarriage and even birth defects.

A recent study suggesting the cancer risk may arise from inhalation of fumes, rather than ingestion, makes this even more daunting.

At the same time, chlorine resistant pathogens are developing.

Then there is the problem of chemical pollution of our water. Modern industry produces and releases tens of thousands of different chemicals into our water supplies.

Regulators focus on single chemicals as they evaluate risk and set standards.

Logistics and costs tend to limit their scope to the carcinogenic offenders. As a consequence, we make the implicit assumption that unexamined risks do not exist.

Terrorism is the newest threat to our water. In February 2002, four terrorists were seized in a Rome apartment with sealed containers holding four kilos of a cyanide compound.

Beside it lay a map of the city’s water distribution system, and the location of the U.S. embassy.

A raid by the Italian anti-terrorist squad thwarted this attack, but it highlighted a new and dangerous risk to our water supplies.

So what can be done to make our water safer?

Bottled water is not the answer. The production of all that plastic has a hefty environmental impact, causing more water pollution.

The water inside may not offer the benefits we imagine. Despite costing almost 1,000 times more than tap water, there is no guarantee that bottled water is safer.

It is less closely regulated than tap water, and is not required to meet stricter standards for purity.

Instead, we should be relying on a safe, local supply of water. Improvements to our system need to include a vigorous effort to develop and implement alternatives to chlorination, such as treatment with ozone, a blue gas which is a powerful and less toxic disinfectant.

We should all use water filters in our homes. Properly installed and maintained, they provide an extra measure of protection and give water that is often safer than bottled water, with far less environmental impact.

They can eliminate pathogens that our treatment plants fail to remove and protect us from chemicals and the by-products of chlorination.

Every waterborne outbreak I have studied could have been prevented by the universal use of home filters.

We also need to be more demanding of our water companies. There is better technology available than we are using at the moment, including filter systems that squeeze water through tiny hollow fibres and out through holes 200 times smaller than cryptosporidium.

But it is expensive, and few water firms worldwide invest in the equipment. Why should they when we seem content to drink what they give us?

We also need to develop realistic plans for sustainable water supplies or we will find a planet at war over water.

Think when you next turn on the tap. Water is the ultimate resource. The world has it in abundance, but accessible, safe water is scarce, and we would be wise to protect it.

Instead, we have forgotten the lessons of history and expect our water supply to work as we focus on other problems.

We do so at our peril.

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Poison Tap Water Makes Number 1 Google Search

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
Thursday, August 5, 2010

Poison tap water has become the number one trending search term on Google Trends today after our efforts to bring attention to how sodium fluoride in tap water is a deadly health threat went viral.

The subject hit “volcanic” status shortly after Alex Jones launched the new anti-fluoride campaign on his show today.

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However, Google appears to be censoring the Prison Planet story we wrote on the subject from appearing in its news section.

The story appears under a routine Google search but is apparently being blocked from the news aggregator, thereby preventing people who see the “poison tap water” search trend from finding out more information about the subject.

Alex Jones is launching a new campaign to inform the public about the toxic chemical fluoride being added to tap water across the country. While EPA scientists and workers are calling for an end to water fluoridation, the government is doing everything in its power to continue and even increase the amount of toxic chemicals being added to public water supplies.

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The flyer listed above is a tool that can be used to get the message out about this serious crime against the people. Fluoride is a toxic poison that has known serious side effects. Spread the word. Post this flyer in legal, easily visible locations. Pass it out to friends, family, and people you meet.