That was interesting but who is this guy? I tried to find out more about him and didn't get too far with it. :(
His name is Alex Jones, he's a Libertarian and Constitutionalist, somewhat of a conspiracy theorist. But in this case - I almost believe it.
I believe it for the most part. Not so sure about fluoride calming people down (hasn't childhood and adult ADD/ADHD/OCD etc. risen consistently in the past three decades since fluoride was added to many water systems?), but the influence of corporations, lobbyists, etc. on the supposed public interest/health element of government is terrifying.
That was scary, especially the part about WANTING an 80% population reduction. Who are those people? Why would anyone want that? But then I think about my girlfriends and honestly so many of them, more than half, have had trouble with infertility. It makes me wonder.
I gotta say, if "they" are going for population control through involuntary sterilization, the 3 million unplanned pregnancies a year in this country alone makes their efforts a failure. Poisoning the water and food will affect the whole population, not just "undesirables" so good luck with that.
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