Feminizing Uranium Added to Water Supply – Worldwide Water Conspiracy
Tonight’s Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, to expose toxins in water, population control motives and water privatization schemes worldwide;
Premieres FRIDAY, DEC. 3 AT 10 PM EST/ 9 PM CST
Testing shows that numerous deadly toxins have been found in the majority of America’s tap water, and it’s no accident. Could population control through forced mass medication in water be underway? This form of control was discussed in sitting-White House Science Czar John P. Holdren’s book Ecoscience as far back as 1977.
The team learns that male birth rates are dropping all over the world. To find out why, Ventura & co. speak with radiation exposure expert Leuren Moret who drops the bombshell that uranium– yes uranium– is found in our drinking water and is triggering a mass-feminization in the population via a hormonal-chemical assault. The New York Times reported in 2009 that some 49 million Americans are drinking water contaminated with chemicals like arsenic or radioactive substances like uranium. Further, in 2010, the State of Texas was caught covering up dangerous and illegal levels of uranium in its water supplies that can cause cell mutations and cancer. Other chemicals including fluoride further raise suspicions about who is controlling what goes into our bodies, and why.
Target Objective: Total Population Control (TPC); Government Enforced and Overseen Mandatory Civilian Cognitive ‘Enhancement’ Treatment
Bioethicists, Eugenicists of the Scientific Dictatorship are openly calling for and announcing global; one child policies, population sterilization and controls and forced ‘inoculations’ with genetically reengineered compounds (live virus, chemical, biological, etc) that attack and forever change the individual’s brain, total food control, total water control, regulated nutrient intake/availability Under FDA, EPA based National Healthcare policies and ‘social’ responsibility.
Nootropic: Derived from the Greek words νους nous, or “mind,” and τρέπειν trepein meaning “to bend or turn”.
The Human Brain is the most complex independent system of variation and capacity in the known Universe.
To attack the integrity of the minds of the children of men, is an assault on humanity. It is the most offensive affront to Liberty and Progress against entropy and Potential goodness in the Universe.
It is the purest form of destruction available to the system of life.
Don’t Drink the Black Water, Don’t Take Their Shot of the Living Dead.
Additional Information to Think Sovereignly On
Basic Information about the Radionuclides Rule
What are radionuclides?
A nuclide isa general term applicable to all atomic forms of an element. Nuclides are characterized by the number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus, as well as by the amount of energy contained withibn the atom. A radionuclide is an unstable form of a nuclide. They may occur naturally, but can also be artificially produced. The Office of Air and Radiation has additional information about radioactivity and specific types of radionuclides.
What i s Uranium?
Uranium is a radioactive metal that is found naturally in rocks, soil, water and air. It can be found in many areas in Canada and the United States. The amount of uranium in drinking water depends on the natural levels in the area where the water system obtains its raw water. Most uranium that we ingest is from food (approximately 77%) and water (approximately 13%).
Check Texas Commission on Environmental Quality figures here and then read the information below
What your numbers mean
Alpha particles are a type of ionizing radiation ejected by the nuclei of some unstable atoms. They are typically emitted from the elements uranium, radium, plutonium and thorium. The MCLG (federally recognized public health goal) for alpha particles is ZERO, however the legal limit (MCL) is set at 15 pCi/L (picocuries per liter). The EPA instructs water systems to “subtract” uranium from its “gross alpha” readings before they ae reported to you on an annual water quality report. This searchable database includes all results where Gross Alpha was reported in excess of 3.00 pCi/L.
Beta particles are another form of ionizing radiation. They are smaller in size than alpha particles but can penetrate deeper into the body if consumed. The EPA says, “It is their excess energy, in the form of speed, that causes harm to living cells. When transferred, this energy can break chemical bonds and form ions.” Some examples of the different types of elements that give off beta particles are strontium-90 and tritium. The federally recognized public health goal (MCLG) for beta particles is zero. However, the legal limit (MCL) is set at 50 pCi/L (picocuries per liter). This searchable database includes all results where gross beta was reported in excess of 4.00 pCi/L.
Uranium is a naturally-occurring radioactive element and can be enriched to make nuclear weapons. All uranium isotopes are radioactive. The main use of uranium in the civilian sector is to fuel commercial nuclear power plants, where fuel is typically enriched. People who live near federal government facilities that made or tested nuclear weapons, or facilities that mine or process uranium ore or enrich uranium for reactor fuel, may have increased exposure to uranium. The EPA states, “Since uranium tends to concentrate in specific locations in the body, risk of cancer of the bone, liver cancer, and blood diseases (such as leukemia) are increased. Inhaled uranium increases the risk of lung cancer.” Uranium is also toxic to the kidneys, as it’s also considered a toxic metal. The federally recognized public health goal (MCLG) for uranium is zero. However, the legal limit (MCL) is set at 30 mg/L (micrograms per liter).
Radium is a naturally-occurring radioactive metal. Its most common isotopes are radium-226, radium 224 and radium-228. Radium is a radionuclide formed by the decay of uranium and thorium in the environment. The EPA does not currently test for radium 224. The federally recognized public health goal (MCLG) for radium is zero. However, the legal limit (MCL) for all types of radium “combined” is set at 5 pCi/L (picocuries per liter). The alpha radiation from radium is included in the gross alpha reading as described above. This searchable database includes all results where radium 228 was measured in excess of 1.00 pCi/L.
Clinical management: Signs of acute uranium toxicity include piloerection, significant weight loss and hemorrhages in the eyes, legs and nose. Barring a nuclear or occupational accident, a Canadian primary care physician will probably not encounter such a case in routine practice. Little information is available on the health effects of chronic exposure to environmental uranium. Human studies comparing communities with different uranium levels in their drinking water supplies have shown a trend toward elevated alkaline phosphatase levels and increased excretion of urinary ß2-microglobulin in people with increasing uranium exposure.