Gub'ment's plan to poison us and control us through the FDA

Even though the artificial sweetener idea has been mentioned in another thread by republican101, it is just one of many parts of the conspiracy that I am going to lay out, which focuses on the role the FDA plays in it all. While perhaps some of my conspiracy is far fetched, there is no doubt there is corruption in the FDA, and the unconstitutional entity should not even exist. It is one of many gub’ment propaganda machines and one way in which they steal our liberties in the name of “safety”.

With the FDA we’ve had a bureaucracy made up of non-professionals making decisions about foods, herbs, drugs, and other substances that have been motivated by interests other than health, nutrition, cleanliness, safety, and healing. We have substances promoted by the organization that are bad for your health, such as aspartame, sucralose, fluoride, MSG, and GMOs, and substances that are actually good for you be banned so Big Pharma interests can have a monopoly on the substance -like ephedra (pseudophed). Clearly there are some inconsistencies in their methods. They’ve been largely involved with Monsanto for decades, and its board has been the mechanism of corporate/political reward, leverage, and bullying by whatever administration is in charge. Corporate friends of politicians have been placed in leadership for their support, and for their cooperation, leadership of the FDA has been appointed to yet greater positions of power. There are allegations that the FDA has helped to bury actual miracle drugs that reduce and even cure cancer, out of the financial interests of the pharmaceutical companies that make drugs that treat symptoms rather than the core disease, but there is not a lot of proof for it.

I was going to go into great detail about each of these, but I need to find my resources again, and make sure I include everything. However, in future posts I will detail out the shady part the FDA has played in covering up the negative effects and promoting the following substances:

aspartame
sucralose
fluoride in our water (mandatory medication?)
MSG
others

and I will explain about certain substances that have been banned that should not be as well, that heal conditions such as asthma and diabetes. Those substances they can’t ban, they bully and create propaganda against, and create a false worry throughout society that if the FDA has not “approved” some dietary supplement, it does not work or is bad for you.

My suspicion is that they want us mentally, psychologically, and physically troubled, to keep us in line and control us. their socialist utopia only works if they are the privileged elite, and everyone else is stupid and easy to please. No resistance from dumb people, and we all can easily be labeled insane if we bring a case against them.

More details to come. Please share if you know anything about these substances.

I have not used regular sugar for perhaps 20 years and I am still chugging along. In fact the taste of regular sugar tastes awful to me.

I don’t think the intent is so much to poison us - it’s just to control us. It’s more the fear factor than the “poison” factor; I daresay most of those items are harmful to some people, but not to everyone. My daughter hasn’t used sugar in many years; and the cyclamate industry was shafted by the sugar industry, so they could charge more for sugar. Immediately after cyclamates were taken off the market, the price of sugar skyrocketed. Someone (in congress, I think) suggested investigating the sugar industry, and immediate the price of sugar dropped back down. However, items using sugar (like candy bars) did not drop their prices. It is also known that the testing of the cyclamates was phony - for one thing, they combined it with saccharin, an already-known carcinogen, and for another, they feed it to rats in a volume calculated to cause cancer by almost any chemical - I think it was at the rate of about 600 times what the natural usage would be (for rats, if they choose to use it themselves).

As for the fluoride in the water - bad idea, it should be voluntary use; it may be harmful to some people but not others. But when I first learned about fluorides in high school chemistry ('way back in '53, '54), I was wondering why it wasn’t available in toothpaste. Lo and behold, not many weeks after we studied the subject in chemistry class, we received in the mail a sample of Crest with fluoride.

We haven’t been exposed a lot to the fluoride in water, because for a lot of the years since it was introduced, we have had our own water supply via wells.

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I don’t think the intent is so much to poison us - it’s just to control us. It’s more the fear factor than the “poison” factor; I daresay most of those items are harmful to some people, but not to everyone. My daughter hasn’t used sugar in many years; and the cyclamate industry was shafted by the sugar industry, so they could charge more for sugar. Immediately after cyclamates were taken off the market, the price of sugar skyrocketed. Someone (in congress, I think) suggested investigating the sugar industry, and immediate the price of sugar dropped back down. However, items using sugar (like candy bars) did not drop their prices. It is also known that the testing of the cyclamates was phony - for one thing, they combined it with saccharin, an already-known carcinogen, and for another, they feed it to rats in a volume calculated to cause cancer by almost any chemical - I think it was at the rate of about 600 times what the natural usage would be (for rats, if they choose to use it themselves).

As for the fluoride in the water - bad idea, it should be voluntary use; it may be harmful to some people but not others. But when I first learned about fluorides in high school chemistry ('way back in '53, '54), I was wondering why it wasn’t available in toothpaste. Lo and behold, not many weeks after we studied the subject in chemistry class, we received in the mail a sample of Crest with fluoride.

We haven’t been exposed a lot to the fluoride in water, because for a lot of the years since it was introduced, we have had our own water supply via wells.
[/quote]I think it is to do as much damage as possible, making us reliant on aid from the government because medical bills would be too high. They knew eventually they’d be implementing universal healthcare, and the more issues Americans have, the more likely we are to be on boards with it. The “poison” factor is real.

I don’t think it makes sense that these things are “bad for some, and not for others”, it is either bad for humans to ingest or not. Perhaps some people have better resistance and are not affected as much, or may never notice the effects, but the studies that show the damage done by these chemicals have been covered up and there is a lot of context we are not seeing.

I have no problem with fluoride added to toothpaste. That is based on topical usage and gives consumers the choice. Much like adding iodine to salt -it is a substance humans had not been getting enough of and it was a good resolution, and if people object they can get kosher salt or sea salt. The water supply is a different matter -it becomes forced medication. The numbers they manipulate to show how much ingested fluoride is “safe” don’t take into consideration the fluoride already in toothpaste, the fact that we not only drink it, but brush our teeth, shower/bathe, and come into contact with it all day long. Coffee and tea plants absorb a lot of fluoride from the ground, and contain high amounts of it in the parts of the plants we consume, so if you brew your coffee or tea in fluoridated water, you are getting way above the recommended amounts per day. Children more and more are ending up with dental fluorosis, which is from consuming too much of it, and it destroys the teeth. Studies have linked it to damage to the brain, calcification of the pineal gland, and other physical issues. The pineal gland is considered by some to be where the “mind’s eye” is, and some cultures believe it is where the spirit ties to the body. Whether that last point is true or not, it seems a direct assault on the free-thinking of the people.

Aspartame can lead to many different issues that may never be evident in an individual -or it may get misdiagnosed- and it exacerbates issues that are already there, so they may never know it did not have to be so bad. The information about it has been controlled by the FDA, but there are sources that can give some revealing information -of course some sources could be total BS, but just dismissing it all because the FDA says it is safe is not smart. The FDA is corrupt, and the time aspartame came onto the market, the head of the FDA and the guy who accidentally discovered it were buddies, both in bed with Monsanto and GD Searle. I believe that was when all the propaganda against saccharine came out, making it a “known carcinogen”. Saccharine was promptly banned, and then after aspartame took over as the dominant artificial sweetener, it came out that it would take 50 saccharine sweetened diet sodas a day for 50 years to increase your chances of cancer by .01%. Some more common foods are more carcinogenic than that. Shady.

I know too many people who’ve had multiple issues arise -including psychological- from over-consumption of diet sodas, and switching to regular sodas fixed their issues within days. My dad lost weight switching to regular soda. They now have high fructose corn syrup instead of sugar, but the body process it the same way. High fructose corn syrup, however, may be linked to part of the reason the honey bees are dying off, as their diets have been supplemented with it in order to take more honey, and it is denying them a certain immune defense they get from honey.

I don’t know much about sugar industry shenanigans, but I trust sugar more than artificial stuff our bodies are not meant to consume. But honey is better than all of it. You could make the argument that honey is the product endorsed by God, as His description of the promised land for the Israelites is “the land flowing with milk and honey”.

They literally have nothing else better to do other than to ruin the lives of Americans. Fluoride in water, why am I not surprised? If they wipe out most of the people in the U.S they’ll have less to control thus making it easier to take over. The government hates us and knows we can’t do anything about the things they supply in stores unless we grow our own food like I mentioned in my other post. They know that once we have the inability to think, they will be able to control us a whole lot easier. Scary but I know it’s true.

Ruining lives is the function of government. Ideally, they are only supposed to ruin the lives of criminals and aggressors, but that’s a low ROI venture, so the government has expanded the scope of it’s operations to define nearly everyone as a criminal or aggressor… and boy does the political class and their cronies prosper…

I completely agree with that. Exactly…

Even if it is not some big conspiracy to poison us, the people at the top obviously care more about rewarding their buddies and fixing the marketplace than they do about our health. The FDA is a sham. It’s just one way to control us, and doesn’t even give us the “safety” we were promised when we traded liberty for it.

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True dat. It actually would take effort for them to care about us but that’s too much for them so instead they have to treat us like we’re nothing.