DON’T DRINK THE WATER
How the world’s elite are controlling population growth through your tap water
Population control, planetary regimes, forced sterilization, compulsory abortions... These ideas might sound like they’re from a futuristic science fiction novel, but in reality, they’re just some of the plans outlined in a book coauthored by John P. Holdren, President Obama’s top science and technology adviser.
That’s right...the same man who has the president’s ear on matters of science and technology has espoused some of the most elitist, tyrannical ideas ever put into print.
And as unimaginable as some of these suggestions might seem to you, some of them are already in effect.
That’s why before you drink another glass of water you should consider this...
Your tap water could be making you sterile
There are more than a few people who believe that overpopulation is the most serious threat we face on the planet. And those same people would do whatever it takes to eliminate the “unnecessary” in order to save the elite. Unfortunately, these same people are some of the wealthiest, most influential men in the world.
Take Ted Turner, for example. Back in 1996, in an interview with Audubon Magazine, he said that ideally the planet needed to experience a 95 percent population reduction. That’s quite a few people to dispose of, Ted. Not to worry, though... In 2008, he corrected that statement, saying that we’d really only need a simple two-thirds reduction of the population to allow everyone on the planet to have a “decent standard of living.”
Of course, the question that always comes up is...how?
Turner said, “The way I think we should get there is have a voluntary one child per family for the next hundred years...like they do in China now.”
Fortunately, we don’t have to fight such communistic ideas just yet. If an actual attempt were made to put them into effect, there would be a mass revolt——and I’m guessing that those in power wouldn’t be around for too long. That’s why any current attempt to control population numbers has to be a top-secret operation.
And Holdren outlines just the way to do it: by adding a sterilant to the drinking water. He said, “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. Indeed, this would pose some very difficult political, legal, and social questions, to say nothing of the technical problems...”
Horrified would be putting it mildly. The thought makes me physically ill. He brings up the political, legal, and social concerns... I can only assume that moral and ethical concerns aren’t on his radar.
Of course, now that Holdren has reached his current position of power and influence, he has done quite a bit of backpedaling on this stance that he put into print over 30 years ago, claiming he never really supported the ideas in the book that outline ways to reduce and control population on a global level. Fat chance.
It’s no coincidence that in the last 50 years sperm counts have declined by half and the prevalence of couples that can’t conceive has reached record high numbers. It’s a serious——and growing——problem, and scientists are blaming everything from cell phones to soy to female hormones found in the water supply.
But the latest research has uncovered something else. Somehow chemicals known as antiandrogens are mysteriously showing up in the public water supply. These chemicals inhibit the biological effects of male sex hormones called androgens. In fact, they’re so potent that in order to decrease the male sex drive they’re given to sex offenders when they’re released from prison and to transsexual men who want to become women——and these chemicals can be found in your tap water.
Yet in one gigantic ironic twist, the filters needed to remove these chemicals from the water have been banned because of the “carbon footprint” they could create, and because of the impact they could have on global warming.
I’m sure it will come as no surprise to you that Holdren & Co. are the ones spearheading efforts to combat climate change in order to “save the world.” That’s a mighty convenient cause to hide behind, don’t you think?
But antiandrogens are just the latest in a long line of harmful chemicals that could have a negative impact on fertility and birth rates. And the problem isn’t just lurking in your water. The fact is, products you use every single day could be putting our entire future at risk.