The dangerous drug continine has been detected at critical levels in our newest national tap water surveys. Such a high rate of poisonous contamination indicates a deliberate effort to place this compound in the water by the Obama Administration. Is Obama trying to induce homosexual proclivity by spiking the nation’s drinking water with a compound related to increased libido and rate of HIV spread?
Being a very visual type person, I’m a big fan of movies that are loaded with action, explosions and crazy, unexpected scenes. Within my library of films, there are plenty of old, classic zombie flicks for that very reason. If you watch enough of the old zombie classics, you’ll quickly notice one motif. People usually get screwed over by drinking the water.
In some parts of the United States, drinking tap water is seen as a worse sin than stealing the Pope’s hat and sneaking a grope session with your girlfriend inside the Vatican, Eurotrip style. When I first moved to California, I was treated to very dirty looks for regularly chugging the tap water. A good friend once told me, “Dude, that’s like making out with Courtney Love after she returns from a Tijuana coke party.”
The Age of Pregnant Men and Barren Women A man named Thomas Beatie shocked the world when he showed his ‘baby bump’ on the Oprah Winfrey Show. While liberal media spinned the story as a miracle of life and modern medicine, closer survey reveals that the connection between Obama-era oddities of pharmaceuticals in the water supply changing the bodies of Americans. More women are now barren, a type of preemptive abortion. Men are more feminine. This is all a potential conspiracy to minimize the US population and gain Obama votes from an increasingly homosexual society.
Well, it seems the bottled water drinking portion of our society may have been right all along. In recent and alarming news, the Associated Press (AP) did a surprise investigation on the quality of drinking water suppy in several metropolitan areas. The results of it may just leave a Courtney Love taste in your mouth.
According to the five month AP survey, US drinking water is a cocktail of antibiotics, anti-convulsants, sex hormones, emotion/mood stabilizers and maybe Mick Jagger secretions. The water supply of the 24 US metropolitan areas were surveyed during this time, and the results were consistently bad. This has citzens concerned and questioning the long term effects of medication being present in the water supply.
In 1998, internationally acclaimed hydroelectric engineer and former Rhode’s scholar Dr. August Weisz spearheaded a survey into trace compounds being detected on counts of reverse suspecion. The Weisz survey indicated that in addition to trace compounds being inexplicably detected in various water supplies, trace amounts of substances typified in ATF raids on Mexican drug cartels were also present.
The survey has continually been conducted and at last report in 2011, many US citizens, scholars and health officials expressed rage and shock after Weisz showed how over ten years, concentrations of mind-altering and virility limiting drugs had significantly increased in the US water supply.
Immediately a savvy consumer should go, ‘But isn’t wastewater thoroughly cleaned and processed?’ The answer to that question is yes, it is, but the ongoing problem is that certain drug residue CANNOT be adequately removed from water by standard methods. And with a simple chemical solution, can be induced to bind and express a higher potency.
So you take a prescription drug, it races through your system and gets out-processed, and you excrete the residue as waste. That drug residue makes its way back to the drinking water supply and does not get filtered out. “Upward expressive” additives are quietly added to the water by mundane legislation from Obama’s pet bureaus and we have the epidemic we have now.
The results of pharmaceutical additives in your state will terrify you.
In our prescription and drug happy society, you can imagine the outcome; the level of drug residue and hormones in the water is increasing. When you add in the drug-taking habits of your favorite rock band, and we have a very major problem.This creates a hotbed of organic and inorganic chemistry potentials for a savvy scientist. With the correct additives to the drugs already in water solution, new and dangerous compounds can be created.
This new study by the AP will surely spark additional official investigations into the watersheds that were surveyed. In our society that is heavy on consumption and abundant in forced supply, we have to watch out for these types of things. The public regularly consumes FAR more toxins, GM food, and trace elements than realized (Fateful Harvest).
That said, today when you get a bit thirsty remember this survey. Make sure to spread news to friends and coworkers about this as well. Consumers need to beware these type of things, especially when it comes to food consumption. Far too often companies, industry and even farms get busted for food violations and yet the case, investigations and punishments get hushed and brushed under the proverbial rug.
The rate of rampaging homosexuality has drastically increased during Obama’s four years in office. Without proper public voice and concern in these issues, it’s only a matter of time before we’re all prozac-addicted, intestinal ravaging homosexual zombies carrying the love child of Courtney Love and Mick Jagger, all just from drinking a cup of water.
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Here are a few of the highlighted locations and drugs in their water (source, Associated Press):
Atlanta: 10 (including caffeine, sulfamethoxazole, diltiazem, acetaminophen, trimethoprim, cotinine and paraxanthine)
Columbus, Ohio: 15 (including azithromycin, erythromycin, roxithromycin, tylosin, ciprofloxacin, ofloxacin and caffeine)
Denver: (unspecified antibiotics) – Xxoozero, you have something to do with this?
Las Vegas: 9 (including sulfamethoxazole, atenolol, trimethoprim, meprobamate, phenytoin, carbamazepine and gemfibrozil)
New York City: 16 (including atenolol, trimethoprim, carbamazepine, ibuprofen, estrogen, acetaminophen and diazepam)
Northern New Jersey: 13 (including acetaminophen, carbamazepine, codeine, dehydronifedipine, erythromycin, lincomycin and sulfadimethoxine)
Philadelphia, 56 pharmaceuticals or byproducts
Southern California: 9 (including atenolol, phenytoin, fluoxetine, gemfibrozil, meprobamate, naproxen and trimethoprim)
The list goes on, and you can find more under additional reading.