Concerns about global warming make a real environmental problem worse
Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, March 2, 2009
Concerns about global warming will ensure that chemical poisons which have changed the gender of around one third of fish, as well as making them infertile, will remain in the British water supply.
In another example of how the manufactured problem of global warming is actually preventing real environmental crises from being addressed, water supplies will continue to be poisoned by substances which have also been linked to human infertility as sperm counts continue to drop.
Female hormones from contraceptive pills and HRT are making their way into the water supply at record levels, causing alarming “gender-bending” effects in male fish which cause them to produce eggs and make them infertile. Oestrogen-like compounds are also being released into the water supply through industrial waste, creating a toxic soup that literally feminizes every species of fish studied so far.
The chemicals are also found in food packaging, cleaning products, and plastics. Dozens of species besides fish, such as polar bears, bald eagles, otters and whales have also been affected and the problem is global.
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In a shocking new development, additional chemicals known as Antiandrogens have also been found recently. Antiandrogens are capable of preventing or inhibiting the biologic effects of androgens, male sex hormones, on normally responsive tissues in the body. Antiandrogens are given to transsexual men who want to become women and they are also given to sex offenders released from prison to reduce their sexual libido. These substances have the effect of counteracting masculinisation and effectively diminishing normal male biological characteristics associated with the release of testosterone.
In waterways that are located close to sewage treatment facilities, a staggering 80 per cent of male fish were found to have female characteristics as a result of such chemicals.
Fears that pollution of the water supply is also creating infertility in men is supported by the alarming fact that male sperm counts have dropped by more than a third since 1989.
“There is certainly the potential for it to have an effect in humans – and possibly a marked effect,” said Professor Charles Tyler of Exeter University, one of the country’s leading authorities on the effects of oestrogen.
It is also feared that bird populations could be devastated in the long run from chemicals being passed from infected fish when birds eat the fish. Veteran fishermen are already noticing a severe decline in fish populations across the country.
Calls for sewage treatment facilities to filter out the harmful chemicals have increased since a UK Environment Agency study confirmed the gender-bending effect the substances were having on fish.
However, as was highlighted in a BBC Countryfile segment yesterday, concerns about the “carbon footprint” of filtering machines means that the poisons will remain in the vast majority of the British water supply.
A pilot scheme to screen out the chemicals run by Severn Trent Water at Hallam Fields in Derbyshire has been successful, but according to John Churchly of Severn Trent Water, the UK Environment Agency will only mandate such filtering at “a few sites on the river system”.
“This won’t be at every site, certainly,” said Churchly, before explaining that the “additional carbon footprint” that the filtering machines produce was one of the main reasons why the system would not be installed at every site.
So the choice has largely been made, chemical poisons that feminize fish and increase infertility, and are widely suspected to have the same impact on humans, placing under threat the entire fishing industry and the very reproductive future of humanity, will remain in the British water supply because the government cannot allow the machines that filter them out to be installed due to the “carbon footprint” that they create.
The government is dragging its feet on getting these poisons out of the water supply, yet is all too willing to fast-track putting poisons like fluoride in the water supply, as was again proven recently in Southampton where, despite an overwhelming public opposition, plans to introduce sodium fluoride to the water supply were approved – after the government passed legislation to ensure that water companies would not be sued for the illegal activity of mass-medicating the population against their will.
In Southampton, the local health authority carried out a “consultation” with the local public and asked whether they supported plans to add fluoride to the water supply. 78 per cent said no, but the authorities went ahead and approved the measures anyway.
As Philip Johnston writes in the Telegraph, “If artificial fluoride is safe, what do the water companies need to be indemnified against? Furthermore, the law was changed to prevent the water companies thwarting the wishes of local people; yet it is now being used to do the precise opposite. This is democracy EU style: you can give any answer so long as it’s yes.”
The first occurrence of fluoridated drinking water on Earth was found in Germany’s Nazi prison camps. The Nazis had little concern about fluoride’s supposed effect on children’s teeth; their alleged reason for mass-medicating water with sodium fluoride was to sterilize humans, lower IQ’s, and force the people in their concentration camps into calm submission.
The government is doing everything in its power to add fluoride to water supplies nationwide, despite public opposition and clear research connecting the compound to teeth, bone and brain disorders, cancer, as well as IQ reduction.
Meanwhile, authorities are doing nothing in their power to filter out harmful chemicals that are already in the water supply that threaten the stability of the food chain and human reproductive health.
This article was posted: Monday, March 2, 2009 at 12:41 pm