Do you remember the Batman movie, the one in which they added chemicals in the underground water supply lines, to cause the people to turn on each other?
Many security experts, who focus on the anti-terrorism measures, have always included the possibility of a domestic terrorist cell poisoning our water. Thus, our water processing plants have plans in place to prevent this from happening or how to react if it happens.
In the past few decades, I have heard of fluoride getting added into our water supply, and that safe amounts of Inorganic mercury is already present in our drinking water.
Science to me is like a 2 edged sword.
On one side its advancements have helped to improve the lives of millions of people around the world.
On the other edge, we have seen poisonous gasses created for Hitler’s barbaric actions, side effects from pharmaceuticals, and potentially dangerous technology being developed for all kinds of purposes.
According to Fururism.com, some scientists in the United Kingdom are seriously proposing dosing the water supply with lithium to prevent people from committing suicide due to the despair caused by the COVID-19 lockdowns and mass hysteria.
Research has been published in The British Journal of Psychiatry indicating that the use of lithium can result in a lower suicide rate.
British health “experts” are attempting to take this correlation and use it as an excuse to drug certain communities that are at risk.
“The prevalence of mental health conditions and national suicide rates are increasing in many countries.
Worldwide, over 800,000 people die by suicide every year, and suicide is the leading cause of death among persons aged 15-24 years,” said Anjum Memon, lead author of the study and epidemiology chair at Brighton and Sussex Medical School, in a press release.
But the only way to further test this idea gets into extremely thorny territory. Vice reports that the scientists behind the study suggest conducting “randomized community trials” that would basically entail quietly putting lithium in the water supply of some communities with high rates of mental health conditions or deaths by suicide.
That’s a difficult sell: Vice reports that scientists still don’t even know the ideal blood-lithium concentration at which the suggested suicide-shielding effects take place.
And that’s without getting into the medical ethics of the proposal, which brings the collective good into tension with individual medical autonomy.
We The People must take responsibility for our lives and demand heavy oversight on the proposed ideas, from scientists, ensuring no Frankensteins are developed and released, for any reason.