You've felt it your entire life, that there's something wrong with the world.  You don't know what it is, but it's there, like a splinter in your mind, driving you mad.

Friday, October 12, 2012

Killing us softly

We know our air is heavily contaminated with carcinogens produced by the internal combustion engines in our vehicles, and that the incidence of cancer has exploded over the last 100 years.

We know our water is fluoridated with a neurotoxic waste product from aluminum manufacturing, fluorosilicic acid.

"Fluoride as an additive has a dark past: it was first added to water in the Soviet Gulag (prison system) since it is a neurological poison and made political and other difficult prisoners complacent and therefore easier to manage. It was added to the water supplies of the Nazi death and slave labor camps for the same reason." -- source

You might have wondered why people have become so complacent.  Or if you're like most Americans, you just don't care, because the fluoride in the water is already working so well.  Hypothyroidism, a medical condition caused by excessive fluoride exposure, is also rampant, growing at an exponential rate of 11% per year, and thyroid medications account for billions of dollars in prescription sales.

So what do the ruling sociopaths do for an encore?  This.

It's the flour, pasta, breads, cereals, and other wheat products we consume.  Specifically, it's the gliadin.  It makes us eat more.

Have you been wondering why obesity is such a problem nowadays?  Or diabetes?  We've long suspected the increasing use of high fructose corn syrup in foods as one culprit, but did anyone suspect the "staff of life", meaning bread and other wheat products?

What better way to enslave billions of people than to make them dependent on your medical system in order to live?  And if hundreds of millions die in the process, do you think sociopaths care?

And they convince us to pray for it.

1 comment:

  1. I just stumbled across more info about wheat proteins and gliadin.

    What was that old saying, "What you don't know can't hurt you"? That's obviously wrong.



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