The Great Regression

Must be followed by the Great Detoxification if we are to survive as a species.

Toby Rogers

Image credit:

I. The Mass Poisoning of Society

For the last 140 years, coal-fired power plants have spewed mercury into the air, water, and soil — and it then makes its way up the food chain into larger and larger animals.

American cities first started adding fluoride to the water supply in 1945. Fluoride is a known neurotoxin.

In World War II, the U.S. became the first and thus far only country to ever use nuclear weapons. Since World War II, the U.S., Russia, France, the U.K., China, India, Pakistan, and North Korea have conducted an additional 2,056 nuclear weapons tests that distributed radiation around the world.

Since the 1950s, Americans have consumed more and more highly processed food that has less and less nutritional value.

Atrazine was first registered as an herbicide in 1958. It is so toxic that when present in the water supply at 0.1 parts per billion it can flip the sex of tadpoles from male to female. 80 million pounds of Atrazine are sprayed on U.S. crops each year.

Mass vaccination campaigns in the U.S. began in 1955. In 1986, vaccine manufacturers were given liability protection (over the next twenty years the childhood “schedule” tripled). In 1991, the birth dose of the hepatitis B vaccine (loaded with mercury at the time, now loaded with aluminum) was made a standing order on the first day of life at all hospitals in the U.S. Now the childhood vaccine schedule begins in utero even though the ingredients cross the placenta.

Starting in the 1990s, 1 in 5 women and 1 in 10 men started taking antidepressant drugs loaded with fluoride and other toxicants.

Most American men carry with them, inches from their gonads, small microwave devices that emit radiation throughout the day. Bye bye lil’ swimmers.

The average American adult wakes up each morning and eats a breakfast laden with pesticide and herbicide residues (including Roundup) and then applies a toxic aluminum solution to porous skin near their lymph nodes.