The UN – our new world government – more corrupt than any other?

This shouldn’t shock you by now. You should be hardened to the kind of appalling behaviour we see in high places – every government is now openly flouting morality on it’s way to obsolescence under a NWO one-world-government! But just what will that one-world-government look like? How will it behave? Well, if this is anything to go by, I choose anarchy (not the bad kind, you understand!). Let’s have no government rather than this band of amoral fascists.

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Here we have the UN’s treatment of whistleblowers. This is from the Guardian newspaper. I quote:

“Ostracised, sacked … and even arrested: the fate of whistleblowers at the UN

Former employees say United Nations is failing to protect those who report corruption, malpractice or sexual abuse

When a United Nations investigator reported the rape of a refugee in Sri Lanka, she did not expect the disclosure to force her into a decade-long legal battle with her employer.

Caroline Hunt-Matthes was ostracised and eventually ousted while on medical leave. She has still not secured redress after a decade fighting her case.

Her case was remarkable in duration but not in substance. Hunt-Matthes is by no means the first or only whistleblower to fall foul of the UN system. Indeed, her case highlights neatly one of the UN’s dirtiest secrets: that its staff are reluctant to report abuses or corruption within the organisation for fear of losing their jobs. […]

The Guardian spoke to a current UN employee who had blown the whistle on organisational malfeasance. “It is all window dressing,” said the staff member, who wished to remain anonymous. “The offices within the UN that are supposed to protect staff members do the very opposite. They side with and report to management. For example, office of staff legal assistance and the ethics office, neither of which are independent. And you cannot appeal decisions of the supposedly independent ethics office because they are now considered ‘recommendations’.” […]

Peter Gallo is a former OIOS [UN Office for Internal Oversight Services] investigator who left the UN in March. He said the office lacked independence, saying: “Management of OIOS has been riddled with cronyism, incompetence and corruption for the past five years.” Gallo, like Hunt-Matthes, has tried to challenge in the UN’s court the ethics office’s decision not to consider him a genuine whistleblower.

“Nothing will change until there is real accountability in the organisation, and that will never happen unless and until there is a truly independent and separate agency established that is not part of the UN secretariat, but reports directly – and separately – to the member states.”” (source)

There we have it – and that is, by the way, an excellent article well worth reading – there’s a lot more information there. I can only say that this is no surprise at all – that a fascist government will be the fruit of a fascist organisation.

Why do I say fascist? Because when the souls who come forward to point out crimes and misdemeanours inside an organisation which claims to be the very pinnacle of acheivement in ‘governance’ are treated like this, we should all be worried because the response from a genuinely good organisation would be to welcome the criticism and expose the wrong-doing. When this doesn’t happen, you know that this organisation exemplifies ‘iniquity in high places.’

un fascismIndeed it is:

fascism cThe pale blue ain’t foolin’ anyone!

Did you know that the word ‘fascism’ comes directly from the word ‘fasces’ – those bundles of rods you will have seen if you watched the videos showing how Rome still rules today (Link).

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There indeed is the laurel wreath with it.

If the UN becomes a world government, as we expect it to at some point, it will usher in an iron rule like the world has not know since Rome.

God Bless you

Lis

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Making the bad worse – photoshopping that creates fear

I have seen before, images which purport to show things which ought to scare us all – well as I used to belong to a photoshopping forum, I can tell you that many of these are fakes and are pretty easy to spot. It’s better to spot a fake and point it out, than to sit in fear!

Yes it’s possible that the UN is involved in Jade Helm – it seems they might be. We ought to be very concerned about what this means. However this image is photoshopped (badly I might add):

un-weapons-enforcementHow do I know? The text is not at the correct angle, and whoever did this did not angle the text but has placed each letter individually at different heights to make the line look angled. In fact the word POLICE there is also not quite right – at the angle it’s at, it shouldn’t be so matt, but it is, and again the text is not placed quite correctly. You would never see a signwriter do this, and it’s so obvious that I am amazed anyone bothered to post it! However, Dave Hodges did. I don’t know Dave, I can only say that I take all his work with a very large pinch of salt because it seems to be fear based.

You can read the rest of his piece here: Link

In these days of false flags, photoshopping (and this could have been done well enough to not be spotted by me, I can tell you) is not beneath those who would mislead us. We need to be awake and aware of what can be done.

God Bless you

Lis

The Roman System still rules today

I said a while ago that I would do a post on the Roman System, but it’s so huge that I’ve put it off and put it off. If I thought fluoride was a tough and tangled subject, this is completely intertwined with modern life to the degree that it is an inseparable part of us – yet it should not be.

Firstly what do I mean by the Roman System – what I am referring to is a complete system of government from language through to law, medicine, banking and so on. Wherever you see latin used, wherever you see vast sums of money being made at the expense of the people – you can bet that this system, whether directly benefitting today, was the inspiration for it’s setting up, and it’s continuance. It is the reason why you find the symbols of Rome in the US Congress:

The Roman fascii can be seen, with the Roman laurel wreath (where have we seen that before, oh yes, the UN flag) - follow the rabbit trail....
The Roman ‘fasces’ can be seen, the bundles of rods, with the Roman laurel wreath (where have we seen that before, oh yes, the UN flag) – follow the rabbit trail….

It is the reason why the Pope, who is, let us not forget, a religious leader, is involved in every decision at every level moving us towards the new Agenda 2030, which takes over it’s global communism goals from Agenda 21. What is the relevance of the Pope to this? Well the videos below will help you to see how the Roman system never went away – it will never go away because it is the AntiChrist system, and only Yeshua will overcome the evil that it has perpetrated on this earth. (For those reading who may be catholic, please look into what you are involved in – any church that would change, openly, the ten commandments of God is not to be followed – Link).

I hope one day to truly understand all of it’s connections, but right now I’ll give you what I have. This was my first exposure to the Roman System – these videos are long, but take your time and watch them all, and you’ll begin to see a very clear set of symbols which pop up here there and everywhere – even on our Monarch in the UK, who wears Maltese crosses!

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Begin here:

Now these videos may not have the best presentation, but the information is exceptionally good – watch and learn.

I’ll try to do a series of posts on this – it’s too huge for one post, but these are such great videos I wanted to share them.

God Bless you

Lis

The refugee crisis and Cloward-Piven Strategy

Let’s start with this video. Just watch this:

Now read this quote about Cloward-Piven strategy (how to bring down capitalism):

“First proposed in 1966 and named after Columbia University sociologists Richard Andrew Cloward and Frances Fox Piven, the “Cloward-Piven Strategy” seeks to hasten the fall of capitalism by overloading the government bureaucracy with a flood of impossible demands, thus pushing society into crisis and economic collapse.

Inspired by the August 1965 riots in the black district of Watts in Los Angeles (which erupted after police had used batons to subdue a black man suspected of drunk driving), Cloward and Piven published an article titled “The Weight of the Poor: A Strategy to End Poverty” in the May 2, 1966 issue of The Nation. Following its publication, The Nation sold an unprecedented 30,000 reprints. Activists were abuzz over the so-called “crisis strategy” or “Cloward-Piven Strategy,” as it came to be called. Many were eager to put it into effect.

In their 1966 article, Cloward and Piven charged that the ruling classes used welfare to weaken the poor; that by providing a social safety net, the rich doused the fires of rebellion. Poor people can advance only when “the rest of society is afraid of them,” Cloward told The New York Times on September 27, 1970. Rather than placating the poor with government hand-outs, wrote Cloward and Piven, activists should work to sabotage and destroy the welfare system; the collapse of the welfare state would ignite a political and financial crisis that would rock the nation; poor people would rise in revolt; only then would “the rest of society” accept their demands.

The key to sparking this rebellion would be to expose the inadequacy of the welfare state. Cloward-Piven’s early promoters cited radical organizer Saul Alinsky as their inspiration. “Make the enemy live up to their (sic) own book of rules,” Alinsky wrote in his 1972 book Rules for Radicals. When pressed to honor every word of every law and statute, every Judaeo-Christian moral tenet, and every implicit promise of the liberal social contract, human agencies inevitably fall short. The system’s failure to “live up” to its rule book can then be used to discredit it altogether, and to replace the capitalist “rule book” with a socialist one.” [emphasis added] (source)

This is why now, and this is why them – they have come for our money. They have come to take what they want. Just as Obama ‘invited’ tens of thousands of South American’s into the US without any mandate to do so – and has given them welfare and the vote – what better way to bring down the system – overwhelm the system, and you can destroy capitalism.

I found this great image of Obama:

obama scumThe same now applies to every politician who backs flooding Europe with those who can contribute nothing and who will not assimilate – every one of them knows the consequences of their actions – they cannot be that naive, surely?

The media is complicit in a one-sided presentation of these refugees, and this quote from “Pulling Our Heart Strings to Bring Us Down: How the Enemy Within Uses Our Empathy Against Us” by Tim Murray, sums it up perfectly:

“State media and its clones have a game plan:

The discussion must not be allowed to stray into the cold territory of numbers, resources, or likely long-term effects. Viewers must not be confronted with the reality that Europe simply does not have the capacity to accommodate the numbers of people who seek sanctuary and residence within its borders. Or that so-called “rich” countries like Canada and the United States, propped up by fiat currency and a bubble of purchasing power, cannot accept the hundreds of millions, and possibly billions of migrants who are anxious to flee poverty, famine or war. In short, viewers must not be allowed to understand the concept of limits.

If Western civilization is to be buried in an avalanche of migrants, its epitaph will be, “They died of misplaced empathy.” Empathy stoked up by photos and images promoted by our hostile elites in the media, eagerly grasped by ambitious politicians, and channeled towards the outsider at the expense of those within our ranks who are asked to sacrifice their space, their resources and their cultural heritage to serve the cause of “humanity.”(Link)

Now let me get down to the nitty-gritty – why.

We are under judgement – we have strayed from God, so He has magnified our enemies, He has strengthened our enemies, He is giving us into the hands of our enemies – throughout the Old Testament, God continually dealt with Israel’s idolatry and sin by allowing them to be attacked – this was the consequence of their sin. In effect they did this to themselves, because when God was with them, they were impossible to defeat!

So where are we headed?

25 The Lord shall cause thee to be smitten before thine enemies: thou shalt go out one way against them, and flee seven ways before them: and shalt be removed into all the kingdoms of the earth. Deuteronomy 28:25

And in Leviticus 26: 36-42, we see the fear that God is placing in our hearts as we see the mounting crisis:

36 And upon them that are left alive of you I will send a faintness into their hearts in the lands of their enemies; and the sound of a shaken leaf shall chase them; and they shall flee, as fleeing from a sword; and they shall fall when none pursueth.

37 And they shall fall one upon another, as it were before a sword, when none pursueth: and ye shall have no power to stand before your enemies.

38 And ye shall perish among the heathen, and the land of your enemies shall eat you up.

39 And they that are left of you shall pine away in their iniquity in your enemies’ lands; and also in the iniquities of their fathers shall they pine away with them.

40 If they shall confess their iniquity, and the iniquity of their fathers, with their trespass which they trespassed against me, and that also they have walked contrary unto me;

41 And that I also have walked contrary unto them, and have brought them into the land of their enemies; if then their uncircumcised hearts be humbled, and they then accept of the punishment of their iniquity:

42 Then will I remember my covenant with Jacob, and also my covenant with Isaac, and also my covenant with Abraham will I remember; and I will remember the land.

All this (and I urge you to go and re-read the whole of those two chapters) for not obeying and harkening to His Law.

If we accept our punishment, then He will remember our land. Isn’t it time for a Day of Atonement in the hearts of all mankind? If not yet, it will be soon – the agony is being prolonged by our refusal to harken to Him.

God Bless you

Lis

Food product fumigation and your thyroid health

Ok, this might sound a bit strange – hey, you’ll see where I’m going very quickly. Yes, we’re back on fluoride again, but we’ve got to go round the houses first… I’ll start with a quick preamble on halogens, of which fluoride is one. This is really useful information as you’ll see…. I also suggest you wrap your head in duct tape right now. At least then you won’t lose any bits when your head explodes. Finding out about this made me very angry indeed.

Ok, your thyroid depends on it’s ability to access iodine in order to function well. Iodine deficiency can cause goitre, a swelling of the thyroid gland, as the gland begins to try to compensate for lack of iodine.

We already know that Fluoride lowers thyroid function, and displacement is one way that it does so. But there are various other molecules, which by atomic weight, can also displace iodine in the thyroid gland, and cause the body to seem deficient, when maybe the diet is adequate in iodine naturally.

The molecules that can displace iodine and wreck your health, are known as halogens, and they are:

F – Fluorine as fluoride: Fluoride is added to drinking water in many municipalities and is used in toothpaste to protect teeth from decay, but this is actually very controversial and many believe fluoride is much more harmful to human health than beneficial. Fluoride inhibits the thyroid from utilizing iodine.

Cl – Chlorine: Chlorine is used as a disinfectant in many municipal drinking water systems, as well as a disinfectant in swimming pools. Chlorine gas irritates the mucous membranes and the liquid burns the skin. As a halide, chlorine also displaces iodine.

Br – Bromine: Bromine or bromide is an extremely toxic halogen. Listed just above iodine on the periodic table, it is very disruptive to iodine absorption in the body, but especially in the thyroid gland. (read more here: Link)

So Fluoride, Chlorine and Bromine will all displace iodine – leaving you potentially deficient and sick. How interesting that, even though scientists now know this, these substances are still widely mandated in drinking water, toothpaste, flour products etc. You might think though that bromine is one you aren’t exposed to that much – yet whilst you may be avoiding bromide/bromine in bakery goods (if you’re in the US; they don’t allow it in the EU at all, as far as I know), by going gluten free, there are numerous FOOD sources of this nasty chemical that I’m going to share with you today, all because of food and soil fumigation. Yes, really! It turns out that foods can be fumigated multiple times from the farm to your plate.

So how did I get to here? Well I was looking for information on the pesticides used in cocoa production, as I’d always been lead to believe that there was very little use of pesticides in that form of agriculture. It turns out I was wrong on that, but worse, all non-organic cocoa beans have been treated in quarantine with methyl bromide as a fumigant.

“Myth 7: “Fumigation with methyl bromide is the most effective quarantine treatment we have to kill insect pests in cocoa”

You may not be aware that raw cocoa beans entering countries like Australia and the USA are routinely fumigated with methyl bromide during quarantine, in order to kill insect pests.
Methyl bromide is a highly toxic gas. Acute exposure causes burns, severe kidney damage, and devastating effects on the central nervous system. The inhalation of small quantities of methyl bromide can cause mental confusion, double vision, tremors, lack of co-ordination and slurred speech.
Methyl bromide is also a Class I ozone-depleting substance, meaning that most countries have banned methyl bromide except for use in quarantine. (The earth’s ozone layer protects us from cancer-causing ultraviolet radiation – methyl bromide is contributing to the destruction of the ozone layer).
Methyl bromide is devastatingly effective at killing insects, rodents, fungi, and weeds – but there are alternatives. One alternative is cold treatment, whereby cocoa beans are held in cold storage at a temperature of -18ºC for a period of seven days. Cold treatment is just as effective as methyl bromide (afterall, dead is dead), but cold treatment typically costs more, takes longer, and is bound up in more red tape than the use of methyl bromide.
Methyl bromide is not allowed under organic certification programs, whereas cold treatment is considered acceptable.” (read more here: Link)

Not only is methyl bromide considered a greenhouse gas, but it also has been shown to leave bromide residues in the foods treated with it. It’s been in use for many decades around the world, and now it is being phased out, however, as you need to realise, banned in the EU, or in America, DOESN’T mean banned elsewhere. It is still in use, as we’ll see…

So what’s the story on Methyl bromide? Why is it a problem? Let’s start here: In this report from 1972 from the World Health Organisation, they state: (read more here: Link)

“Use Pattern

Methyl bromide, which has been in widespread use for some 30 years, is used for all types of stored dry foodstuffs, particularly for produce in bags, cases or other packages. Its use for large loose bulks of foodstuff, when it may be used alone or in admixture with ethylene dibromide or with carbon tetrachloride, is more limited. It is also used for the treatment of soil before sowing or planting, especially in glasshouses, against nematodes, weeds and other organisms; also in plant quarantine operations, including disinfestation of fresh fruit and vegetables.

Residues resulting from supervised trials (Post-harvest uses)

From the extensive information previously reported it can be concluded that after treatment of produce the physically sorbed residue diminishes either by loss to the atmosphere or by reaction with the foodstuff. The main reaction products with cereals and cereal products have been characterized. In these materials methylation of nitrogen and sulfur containing groups in the protein fraction accounts for most of the reaction. In other foods the reaction appears to be similarly associated with the protein fraction. These reactions also leave a “fixed” residue of bromide which is in the water-soluble, ionic form. Considerable attention has been given to the determination of this inorganic bromide occurring in food after fumigation and many data are available for amounts in foodstuffs moving in commerce as well as from supervised trials.” [emphasis added]

And from the same site:

bromide

Sounds harmless enough – I mean 0.5ppm of bromide, it’s nothing. Except that this constitutes 0.5mg/kg – that is a lot if you are consuming fluoridated water on top of your oatbran, bread, peanut butter and so on. Throw in an SSRI like prozac, and you’re well on the way to hypothyroidism. (Here’s a link to a previous post covering Prozac fluoride levels: Link)

However, this 1995 report from the World Health Organisation states the following figures: (source)

“5.1.4 Food

When considering the published levels of methyl bromide and inorganic bromide in various foods, the method of analysis is important (section 2.4.9). Originally, bromide content only was measured and there is very little information on the methyl bromide content. Measurements of both entities are important as well as other residual products.

5.1.4.1 After soil fumigation

[…] Roughan & Roughan (1984a,b) carried out surveys of bromide ion residues in lettuces, cucumbers, tomatoes, and self-blanching celery grown in soil fumigated with methyl bromide, and compared these values with those in a range of home-produced and imported fruit and vegetables. Lettuce grown on unfumigated soil contained less than 10mg bromide ion /kg, while most lettuces harvested from methyl bromide fumigated soil were found to contain considerably more, 30 % containing over 500 mg/kg and 2 % even in excess of 2000 mg/kg (Roughan & Roughan, 1984a).”

fumigatedDo you see that? Just to clarify that the average figure for wild oats of 3364mg/kg is a whopping 3.364grammes a kilo. But it gets worse:

soil typesThese are figures based on soil type, now here’s where it gets interesting for me. I live on the edge of the English fens, and the soil of the fens is one of the richest and most fertile loamy soils you could wish for – it falls right into that last bracket – which is the highest for imparting soil fumigant residues into salad crops. We have a huge salad producing company based right here in the fens doing just that – I’d be curious to know what they are using now that methyl bromide is being phased out…?

On it goes, however:

“5.1.4.2 After post-harvest fumigation

Methyl bromide is widely used as a post-harvest fumigant to kill, or prevent, pest infestation. In 1976, around 100 000 metric tonnes of food commodities were treated with methyl bromide in the United Kingdom (Fairall & Scudamore, 1980).

Fairall & Scudamore (1980) measured methyl bromide residues in dried milk, wheat, flour, rapeseed, and groundnut samples after store fumigation (see Table 28). Products such as groundnuts and rapeseed retained higher amounts of methyl bromide. No methyl bromide was detected in any commodity after storage for 1 month (detection limit 10 µg/kg).” [… handy to say that, because the bromide ions are what is left, not methyl bromide…]

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I love the typo in that ‘funfumigated’…

That’s also an interesting chart as it shows that the higher the protein in the product the more bromide ions were created as a reaction.

Ok, so what? I mean you might be thinking at this point that I’ve already told you that it’s being phased out, so why worry? Well being phased out, as it relates to Methyl bromide, is about as much of a guarantee of safety as the reduction and banning of DDT (which is still in use in many countries for control of mosquitos for example). Here’s the current status of methyl bromide use according to Wikipedia: [emphasis added, and my addition in square brackets]

Alternatives
Many alternatives for Bromomethane in the agricultural field are currently in use and yet further alternatives are in development, not least of which include propylene oxide and furfural.[8]

Australia
In Australia, bromomethane (methyl bromide) is the preferred fumigant required by the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service (AQIS) for most organic goods imported into Australia.[9] AQIS conducts methyl bromide fumigation certification for both domestic and foreign fumigators who can then fumigate containers destined for Australia. A list of alternative fumigants is available for goods imported from Europe (known as the ICON database), where methyl bromide fumigation has been banned.[10] Alternatively, AQIS allows containers from Europe to be fumigated with methyl bromide on arrival to Australia. [So Australians, this is what is being used on your food]

New Zealand
In New Zealand, bromomethane is used as a fumigant for whole logs destined for export. Environmental groups and the Green Party oppose its use.[11][12] In May 2011 the Environmental Risk Management Authority (ERMA) introduced new rules for its use which restrict the level of public exposure to the fumigant, set minimum buffer zones around fumigation sites, provide for notification to nearby residents and require users to monitor air quality during fumigations and report back to ERMA each year. All methyl bromide fumigations must use recapture technology by 2021.[13] [So, New Zealander’s, it seems there’s no end in sight for you with the use of Methyl bromide]

United States
In the United States bromomethane is regulated as a pesticide under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA; 7 U.S.C. 136 et seq.) and as a hazardous substance under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA; 42 U.S.C. 6901 et seq.), and is subject to reporting requirements under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA; 42 U.S.C. 11001 et seq.). The U.S. Clean Air Act (CAA; 42 U.S.C. 7401 et seq.). A 1998 amendment (P.L. 105-178, Title VI) conformed the Clean Air Act phase out date with that of the Montreal Protocol.[14][15] Whereas the Montreal Protocol has severely restricted the use of bromomethane internationally, the United States has successfully lobbied for critical-use exemptions.[16] Critical use exemptions allow the United States to continue using MeBr until it is scheduled to be completely phased out sometime in 2017.[17]

In 2004, over 7 million pounds of bromomethane were applied to California. Applications include tomato, strawberry, and ornamental shrub growers, and fumigation of ham/pork products. Also exempt is the treatment of solid wood packaging (forklift pallets, crates, bracing), and the packaged goods, being exported to ISPM 15 countries(to include Canada in 2012).

Chile
Has to phase out the use in agriculture by 2015.[18]

And over in China:

“The situation in China merits special mention because of the recent dramatic increase in the use of methyl bromide there, both for quarantine purposes and, more significantly, for soil disinfestation. During the period 1998-1999 a three-
fold increase took place in the volume of the fumigant used to treat export wood packing materials because of the needto control the Asian Longhorned beetle,  Anoplophora glabripennis (Yuejin, 2000). Before 1995, there had been very little use of methyl bromide for soil treatment in China, but the introduction of technology permitting local production of the chemical in small cans changed this situation. Individual farmers, growing horticultural crops in plastic greenhouses, were now able to fumigate the soil themselves and to continue crop production throughout the year. This new capability for soil fumigation is finding increasing favour among Chinese farmers, and it is predicted that there will be a 50% increase in the quantity of methyl bromide used to treat soil in China between 1998 and 2000 (Yuejin, 2000). If this increase continues, uncontrolled, the effect will be to partially negate the efforts of other countries to reduce methyl bromide usage.” (source)

So it’s not been banned yet, but it’s being replaced, and some countries are increasing it’s use. Oh well… never mind…. you’ll crave Methyl bromide when you see what they’re replacing it with. I mean frankly the most evil Hollywood villain couldn’t come up with a more dastardly plan.

While there are many fumigants on the market today, and I’ll probably do yet another post on this at some point, I’m going to concentrate on ProFume – Sulfuryl Fluoride. Yes, you read that right! More f-in fluoride!

profume 1

You can see the rest of the presentation here: Link

And what exactly ARE the MRL (Maximum residue levels) allowed by the USA-EPA? I mean, Dow wouldn’t have lobbied them by any chance, would they? Oh you bet you bottom dollar, they did:

“In March 2005 Dow AgroSciences petitioned EPA for new F tolerances for over 600 commodities, including an unprecedented 3 ppm in powdered milk, 12ppm in coffee, 70 ppm in many processed foods, 40 ppm in beef meat, and an extraordinary 850 ppm in dried eggs. On July 15, 2005, the EPA issued a “Final Rule” approving and even increasing many of these requests, e.g., 5 ppm in powdered milk, 15 ppm in coffee, 70 ppm in virtually all processed foods, and 900 ppm in dried eggs. Many of these levels are more than ten times higher than ever approved previously and, as noted at the beginning of these comments, can result in daily F intake levels from ProFume™ fumigated foods that are clearly in the toxic range. In support of its action, the EPA cited the 1997 report of the Institute of Medicine of the US National Academy of Sciences, which ignored data cited above, and proposed a “tolerable” F intake of 10 mg/day for adults and children 8 years and older. At this level of intake, crippling skeletal fluorosis is an end-stage of F intoxication; it is usually preceded and accompanied by severe dental fluorosis and a wide range of neurological, muscular, gastrointestinal, and other debilitating toxic effects.1-5″ (source)

So at 10mg safe limit for fluoride per day, fluoridated food and water and throwing an SSRI in on top (and looking around there are many adults taking 40mg Prozac (7.36mg fluoride) or even 60mg Prozac (11.04mg fluoride!!!!) and you are well on the way to disease and profits for the (p)harmaceutical industry. I’m sorry, I misspoke there… 🙂

So there we are – a round the houses look at other ways that we are being poisoned by the very food we are eating. One of the reasons I had to write this piece was to get away from all those articles out there I found which said that Methyl bromide is only used on Strawberry crops in California. Now you know different. It’s a depressing picture I’ve painted, but there is a solution, and you may have to stop paying for cable TV to afford it (I bet if you’re reading this you don’t watch cable anyway, but I digress) – go organic, buy organic, grow your own, buy local at the farm gate (far less chance of being ‘treated’ for shipment).

Nothing is of more value than our health – and ironically that is why disease is so profitable – we would do anything to be well, we’re just being lied to left, right and centre about what it takes to be healthy.

If the UN was really interested in protecting the environment and human health it would ban the globalisation of food, and restrict the measures used to fumigate  those which are imported. There is no country that I’m aware of that has taken any kind of stand to resolve the toxic environmental and human toxicity issues raised by food fumigation. Each country could, and should, stand for the health of it’s nation by stopping this process from using such noxious chemicals.

When you realise the scope of food product fumigation, it beggars belief. Our forebears never did this – they simply couldn’t. It’s all about the commoditisation of food – lengthening shelf life. This is the same argument used for irradiating food – and most people view that with rightful suspicion, yet we aren’t even aware this process of fumigation is taking place.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this trip round the houses for the fluoride issue. There’s more to discover I’m sure.

God Bless you

Lis