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Pesticides and phthalates top the P.O.P. contaminants list, polluting earth for decades to come
Source: Natural News, Date: January , 2013
conventional food and water supply is quickly becoming its own huge
"cancer." Persistent organic pollutants, POPs for short, are
"brewing and breeding" the ultimate destruction of organic life on
planet earth, as they bio-accumulate in the environment AND in human and animal body tissues. If you have any
illusions about the breadth of this planetary poison, know this; POPs have now
been found in locations as remote as the Arctic Circle.
Most POPs are carbon-based chemicals which do
NOT break down under environmental conditions. Some POPs have an inherent
toxicity and can be semi-volatile, meaning they evaporate quickly, passing off
as a form of toxic vapor, which rains (literally) right back down on the land
and people. This is the elementary explanation of "acid rain." (http://des.nh.gov)
This impenetrable RESISTANCE to breaking down is
exactly what enables long
range transport of these
non-biodegradable, cancer causing synthetics to regions far from where they
were originally created, used or released. The toxins are then taken up and
bio-accumulated in terrestrial
and aquatic ecosystems around
the world. The United States and the "Big Agriculture and Biotech"
plan to feed the world strictly GMO would add to the WORLD ECO CRISIS and could
mean cancer cases reaching 80 to 90 percent of the world population within the
next two decades. Cancer rates are already set to double in 10 years. (http://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/releases/2003/pr27/en/)
Right now, one
in every six Americans dies from cancer, in case you didn't know.
Why? Due to what is termed "lipophilicity," POPs accumulate in the
food chain, causing mutagenic activity in the blood and cells of all animals,
including humans. Stop "marching" for the cure and learn the truth.
This horror story of nutrition
treasonand the "burying of the
cure" runs much deeper than most think. (http://www.naturalnews.com/036034_history_medicine_investigation.html)
The "Dirty Dozen" serial killers
infest the planet
There are mainly
12 chemicals, as addressed in the Stockholm Convention, of which production and
release into the environment is like a slow gas chamber for the whole world to
breathe in and consume, and if you ever wondered what the NUMBER ONE CAUSE of
most cancer is, you just found it. (http://www.unido.org/index.php?id=5167)
The math is simple. The science is in. In fact,
it's been in for about 75 years: chemical factories pour the "dirty
dozen" on the land, blow it out smoke stacks and dump it in the oceans and
rivers, and now they insert it into seeds of vegetables (GMO), and what do you
have? You have cancer causing soil, air, water, and food. Understanding the dirty dozens'
ability to travel around the world and infect the environment is vital to
understanding where to buy your own food, water, and natural medicine, which MUST ALL BE
NON-MUTAGENIC if your goal is to avoid cancer.
"Cancer-causing dioxins polluting Canada's
Arctic region have been linked for the first time to specific incinerators and
smelters thousands of
miles south in the United States, Canada and Mexico, a recent
Long range, trans-boundary pollution - The three
SERIAL KILLER categories
RoundUp, Chlordane, DDT and more: Have no
doubts, RoundUp is an herbicide and a PESTICIDE. This glyphosate-based
poison is toxic to human placental cells within hours of exposure and at levels
10 TIMES lower than those found in agriculture use. Do you know what's in and
on 90 percent of U.S. corn and soy? RoundUp! Produced by Monsanto, which is
simply a conglomerate of evil companies (I.G. Farben) dating back to Nazi
mustard gas creation, and the gas chambers of WWII.
"The Conference of the Parties to the
Stockholm Convention, in accordance with the World
Health Organization recommendations and guidelines, allows the use of the
insecticide DDT in disease vector control to
protect public health."
But we all know that's a lie. Ever heard of
Agent Orange, DDT and Vietnam? The following was taken directly from article
"There are a variety of means by which
veterans could have been exposed to Agent Orange in Vietnam. Veterans may have
taken part in the actual spraying which involved airplanes, helicopters, in
Vietnam river boats, trucks or backpacks. They may also have been exposed to
Agent Orange by consuming contaminated food or drinking water. Veterans could have been in areas while spraying
occurred or in areas that were recently sprayed and areas that were sprayed and
The conventional "crop" you buy at
nearly every grocery store is "sprayed" to protect you from what?
Bugs? Superbugs? The enemy hiding in the jungle?
EXPOSURE TO CHLORDANE: Chlordane is a man-made
mixture of chemicals that was widely used as an insecticide in the United
States. Although no longer used, chlordane is very persistent and can still be
found in soils. The most common use of chlordane was for termite control. It
was poured or injected around foundations to protect homes and buildings from termite
damage. It was also used to kill insects in the soil, to prevent them from
damaging food crops.
Chlordane's use on food crops was canceled in
1978 by the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA). Its use for
protection of buildings and power transformers continued for another 10 years.
Chlordane was found to stay in the environment and build up in animal and fish
fat. In 1988, all commercial and domestic use of chlordane in the U.S. was
banned by the EPA. Why? Laboratory mice fed chlordane over long periods of time
had a high incidence of liver cancer.
2. Industrial chemicals
Benzene, PCBs, lead and more: "Human
exposure to benzene has been associated with a range of acute and long-term
adverse health effects and diseases, including cancer and aplastic anaemia.
Exposure can occur occupationally and domestically as a result of the use of
benzene-containing petroleum products, including motor fuels and solvents.
Active and passive exposure to tobacco smoke is also a significant source.
Benzene is highly volatile, and exposure occurs mostly through
Phthalates: Phthalates are chemicals used as
softeners or plasticizers in PVC and vinyl products, including children's toys,
decorating and building products, blood bags, cosmetics, personal care
products, pacifiers, food packaging cling wraps, medical devices, backpacks,
shower curtains, wood finishes and of course, insecticides. Have no doubts,
phthalates cause cancer.
3. Byproducts and Contaminants
Hexachlorobenzene, dioxins and furans: Dioxins
are byproduct toxins from chemical processes like metal refining and the
chlorinated bleaching of pulp and paper. If you've ever driven past a paper
mill, that wasn't the skunks you smelled, that was the burning and creating of
poison. These same dioxins are also linked to birth defects, neurological,
reproductive and immune system damage. The most
toxic and infamous member of this clan of serial killers is
2,3,7,8 TCDD. They can enter your body through simply breathing them in.
acid compounds on your "plate of food"
The bottom line
is that POPs kill nutrients in the soil. Without nutrients in the soil, the
food is worthless. When the vegetation and produce contain pesticides inside the seed and plant, they are carcinogens and mutate cells. When
GMO plants are sprayed with RoundUp and other "life killers," they
become even worse than dead and worthless (void of nutrients), they become
cancer food. GMO food fuels cancer, and POPs ensure that the soil offers no
bounty. Nature is being robbed of purity and sanctity by the biotech world of
agriculture and the politics behind it all.
Grow your own food or buy
it from local farmers you can trust, who use only organic soil, organic seeds,
no pesticides, and who don't live in or near a major city. Happy gardening to
all and to all a long, healthy and organic life.
Stay informed, think positive, avoid POPs at all
costs, avoid GMOs at all costs. Also avoid MSG, Aspartame, flu shots and RoundUp. And don't use your surroundings as an excuse not to
grow your own organic food. Check out "Gardening in small spaces