Wednesday, April 03, 2019 by Ethan Huff
A 2001 study published in The Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases warned about the dangers of so-called “biosludge,” revealing that this human waste “fertilizer” often contains harmful pathogens, toxic metals, and other “environmentally persistent chemicals such as polychlorinated biphenyls and dioxins” that threaten human health. And yet, in the years since, the use of biosludge on America’s croplands has only continued to increase. Why?
Some would say that it’s about practicality: America is generating countless tons of bio-waste that has to go somewhere, so why not on food crops to help them grow? Others would say it’s about money: Rather than pay to dispose of biosludge, why not trick farmers into buying it as “fertilizer” in order to generate new profits? Still others would say that biosludge is an insidious plot to control the population, which isn’t as crazy as it sounds.
In the new Brighteon Films documentary Biosludged, available for free viewing at Brighteon.com, you’ll have the chance to learn all there is to know about toxic biosludge – and take our word for it: It isn’t at all pretty.
While biosludge companies like the Maryland-based Synagro claim that “recycling” human waste by applying it to human food crops is creating “a cleaner, greener world,” what’s revealed in Biosludged tells a much different story. Since there’s really no way to truly remove everything harmful from even the most aggressively treated human waste, this chemical and biological stew of toxins is a certifiable public health hazard of epic proportions.
“Our ecosystem is in the crosshairs of this bio-sludge industry,” warns Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, and the brainchild behind the Biosludged film.
Be sure to watch the official Biosludged trailer at BrighteonFilms.com.
Truth be told, there’s nothing clean or green about biosludge, and the last place it belongs is in the soils where our food is grown. Unlike organic animal manure that provides real nutrients to help food crops grow big and strong, human manure and everything else that’s flushed down people’s toilets as biosludge is little more than poison – and the experts know it.
But it seems as though they want to poison the food supply with it, perhaps as a way to make people sicker and more reliant upon pharmaceutical drugs as “remedies” for the illnesses that result from consuming biosludge-poisoned food. Whatever the case may be, biosludge is Big Ag’s dirty little secret, and one that could eventually be used as a Trojan Horse for biological terrorism.
“Any toxic chemical that a bio-terrorist could want to use, can be added to a sewer, go through the plant, and be spread out – courtesy of the municipal government,” warns one expert in Biosludged. “And nobody will know it until people start dropping dead.”
As conspiratorial as it might sound, such a scenario is a very real possibility. Since we know that existing wastewater treatment technologies are unable to fully remove toxic pharmaceutical residues, these and other deadly chemicals are being routinely spread unabated across America’s farms, and running off into waterways when it rains.
As Adams once warned, these pharmaceutical residues in treated wastewater represent “the mass medication of the public with trace amounts of prescription drugs.” So what else might be lurking in this same wastewater that’s being taken up by America’s food crops and eventually served on people’s dinner plates?
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