This is an excerpt from the free ebook:
Enslaved but Happy:
by the Global Government
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Unpoisoned tab water is impossible to find in cities because of:
Direct poisoning by commission (unnecessary carcinogen fluoridation , hydrofluosilicic acid and sodium silicofluoride increase lead uptake, arsenic and lead linked to fluoride compounds , and other chemicals) or deliberate “omission”:
“Water treatment plants fail to filter out 93% of the drug compounds in wastewater, and a 2017 U.S. Geological Survey found 80% of U.S. waterways contained pharmaceutical pollution. 
By using all-natural and unscented personal care products, dropping off unused and expired drugs at a drug take-back site and not flushing any medication down the toilet, you can reduce your personal pharmaceutical footprint.” 
· Contraceptive hormones: in his book, "Troubled Water," activist Seth Siegel writes that birth control pills add more than 10 million doses of synthetic estrogen to US sewage every day.  From there, the hormones could be discharged into rivers and lakes that serve as sources of drinking water, causing birth defects. 
· Antibiotics and other pharma-drugs. 
· No system for household disposal of bleach, paint, paint thinner, ammonia, toxic metals and many chemicals, down the drain or flushing them down the toilet.
· No enforcement of phosphate-Free Detergent and Dish Cleaner.
· Firefighting Foam: in 2015, investigative journalist Sharon Lerner published an extensive series of articles about the dangers of PFAS (two of the most well-known ones of which are PFOA and PFOS) and the industry’s attempts to cover up the damage. Other countries are using PFAS-free firefighting foam. 
“More than two billion people around the world lack access to safe drinking water; and almost twice that number, more than half of the world's population, lack adequate sanitation services.
NASA mapping of groundwater storage trends for the earth's 37 largest aquifers reveals 21 aquifers have already exceeded their sustainability tipping points and are being depleted, and 13 of them are considered “significantly distressed, threatening regional water security and resilience.” Considering groundwater accounts for 99% of potable freshwater,  the depletion of aquifers is a serious concern.” 
Primal waters are a censored solution? Also because they could show where part of the diluvian waters originated?: “there is a very, very large amount of water that's trapped in a really distinct layer in the deep Earth… approaching the sort of mass of water that's present in all the world's ocean.” 
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Do scientists actually have a soul?
Holy crap!! This horrific!! Just like spraying the earth daily with chemicals. What chance do we have? Future generations?