Health Authorities want to add MORE drugs to our water!!!!

Katherine - posted on 03/01/2011 ( 19 moms have responded )




re-posted from Health Freedom Alliance

As if flouride and hexavalent chromium in public water supplies aren’t bad enough, health authorities are now pushing for the addition of drug statins as well. Drug companies claim that statins will lower cholesterol and prevent heart attacks and strokes, but researchers have proven that the drugs only benefit a quarter of people taking them. There are some very troubling side-effects, especially if there is no history of heart problems.

A new study by the Cochrane Library is highlighted in the following article. Their review of statin trials found symptoms of “short-term memory loss, depression and mood swings,” that were purposely minimized by the drug companies funding the research. Statins have also been linked to a greater risk of liver dysfunction, acute kidney failure, cataracts and muscle damage.

The pharmaceutical companies’ powers are overflowing; we can actually see their influence trickling into federal health administration, down into municipalities, and flushing into our local water treatment centers

~Health Freedoms

Health authorities are pushing for drugs to be added to public water supplies that cause depression and memory loss, as a new study shows that the dangers of statins have been deliberately underplayed by drug companies, in a chilling throwback to how the population in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World were mass medicated with Soma to keep them docile and easy to control.

Statins are taken by tens of millions of people worldwide, a boon for drug companies like Merck, whose chief executive Henry Gadsden back in 1975 dreamed of being able to sell a drug to people who had no immediately identifiable illness, or as Mike Adams writes, “They needed a way to sell drugs to healthy people.” Statins were born and the financial windfall for Big Pharma quickly followed.

Drug companies claim that statins have been proven to lower cholesterol and help prevent heart disease and strokes, leading many health experts to insist that they be artificially added to public water supplies, but dangerous side-effects buried by drug companies conducting statin trials have now come to light, in addition to the fact that “for three quarters of those taking them, they offer little or no value.”

A new study published in the Cochrane Library, which reviews drug trials, examined data from 14 drugs trials involving 34,000 patients and found evidence of “short-term memory loss, depression and mood swings,” that had been deliberately underplayed by the drug companies funding the research.

The researchers warn that, “Statins should only be prescribed to those with heart disease, or who have suffered the condition in the past. Researchers warn that unless a patient is at high risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke, statins may cause more harm than good.”

However, despite the fact that statins have also been linked to a greater risk of liver dysfunction, acute kidney failure, cataracts and muscle damage, health authorities have been pushing for the drug to be added to public water supplies as part of a mass medication program that is not only illegal without consent, but also threatens a plethora of unknown consequences.

Only last week, George Lundberg, MD, the editor of MedPageToday, which is a mouthpiece for the American Medical Association, wrote an op-ed entitled, Should We Put Statins in the Water Supply?

In May 2008, renowned cardiologist Professor Mahendra Varma called for statins to be artificially added to drinking water.

Putting statins in the water supply was also considered during a November 2008 discussionwhich featured Robert Bonow, M.D., of Northwestern University in Chicago, Gordon F. Tomaselli, M.D., of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, and Anthony De Maria, M.D., of the University of California at San Diego.

Also in November 2008, CNBC aired a segment lauding the effectiveness of statins, after which one of the hosts remarked, “Why don’t they just put statins in the water supply,” to which CNBC’s medical expert replied, “A lot of people have said that and they are in the water in fact.”

The idea of adding drugs to the water supply to biochemically manipulate the thoughts and emotions of populations has gone from the realm of science fiction in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, where people were mass medicated with Soma to keep them docile and easy to control, to an imminent reality.

Indeed, during a March 20, 1962 Berkeley University speech, Huxley spoke of how humans would be made to “love their servitude” via the state-sponsored introduction of mind-altering drugs.

“There will be, in the next generation or so, a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude, and producing dictatorship without tears, so to speak, producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies, so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them, but will rather enjoy it, because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel by propaganda or brainwashing, or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods. And this seems to be the final revolution,” said Huxley.

In a 2008 paper titled, “Fluoride and the Future: Population Level Cognitive Enhancement,” Oxford professor Julian Savulescu explored how populations of the future could be mass-medicated through pharmacological “cognitive enhancements” added to the water supply.

In December 2009, we reported on how Japanese health authorities were considering adding trace amounts of lithium to public water supplies as a “mood stabilizer” in a bid to lower the suicide rate. Fox News medical expert Dr. Archelle Georgiou gave the concept tacit approval when she labeled the study an “interesting concept” and refused to even mention the moral aspects of mass drugging people against their will.

In his 1977 book Ecoscience, current White House science czar John P. Holdren also advocated adding sterilant drugs to the water supply as part of a program of “involuntary fertility control”.

Of course, a huge number of Americans are already being mass medicated against their will, from which one of a myriad of debilitating health effects includes lowered IQ and increased docility. Indeed, as Joseph Borkin documented in his book The Crime and Punishment of I.G. Farben, the first occurrence of artificially fluoridated drinking water on Earth was found in Germany’s Nazi prison camps. The Nazis explained that the reason for mass-medicating water with sodium fluoride was to sterilize women and coerce the victims of their concentration camps into calm submission.

By: Paul Joseph Watson


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Merry - posted on 03/03/2011




At the WIC office, they offer a fluoride treatment for teeth, they just use a little brush and paint it onto the teeth. Maybe that's the appropriate way to use fluoride.

Merry - posted on 03/02/2011




Anyone want to clue me in about the problem with fluoride? I didn't know it was controversial.....ignorant moment!

Katie - posted on 03/02/2011




wow that's creepy!
It's shocking enough that most people don't have any clue about the downsides to fluorinated water. I live in Northern BC Canada and our water comes from a nearby lake. If you've ever seen the show Ice road truckers or whatever it's called you might have seen our town. Our water is heavily fluorinated...Add that to the mix of oil and fuel that is making it's way into the lake and I think I'll stick to bottled water thanks! Even stranger that I have only been able to find two stores up here that occasionally stock non-fluoride toothpaste. When I asked the pharmacist he looking at me like I had gone nuts!
Him: "like for babies???"
Me: "Nope, like for adults who don't want to ingest fluoride"
Him: "DUH....Why not?"
The only thing that scares me about bottled water (aside from water bottles filling landfills) is the idea that someone has to be overseeing what gets added to that. What if the same nutjobs who want to turn the world into a chapter from 1984 are the ones making sure that our bottled water is "pure?"

Iridescent - posted on 03/02/2011




If you read the bottle you are buying the water from, you can see if it's been distilled, or through reverse osmosis, or what. Just read. We only drink bottled water. The tap water started making me sick when I was pregnant, so I had to stop drinking it. I haven't been able to drink it since.

Sara - posted on 03/02/2011




I really fail to see how they could possibly do this. Statins are a no-no for pregnant women, it can lead to birth defects. Why would they honestly add that to the water supply? I think this article is bunk, to be honest.

Jenny - posted on 03/02/2011




See, sometimes conspiracy theories turn out to be true. I would be raising bloody hell if my government tried to drug our water. We don't even have flouride here, it was removed years ago after citizens put up a stink.

Lady Heather - posted on 03/02/2011




They want to put drugs in the water and remove bottled water vending machines from your workplace. Or is that just up here? Some of the coffee shops have taken a "stand" against bottled water. But they still sell bottled sugar waters. I don't mind tap water for myself as of yet, but it was hell trying to find bottled water to make up bottles when I was on holiday. And all these people looked at me like I was evil for requesting water in a bottle. I guess if I ask for a Coke that's okay though. Coke is worth the waste.

Becky - posted on 03/02/2011




Wow! How can they even do that - medicate people without their consent?! That's going way too far!

Minnie - posted on 03/02/2011




Yeah- my concern with bottled water is just adding more to the landfills.

Katherine - posted on 03/02/2011




I just give them bottled water. It's just amazing what they think they can put in our water without blinking an eye. Totally violation.

Merry - posted on 03/02/2011




Creepy, I hope we get a warning if this actually passes so I can stop drinking the public water! What would this do to a developing fetus? Or a baby through their formula bottle? Or young toddlers etc?

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