US Health authorities want statins added to drinking water

US Health authorities are currently pushing for ‘anti-cholesterol’ drugs to be added to the water supply. The drugs, known as ‘statins’ supposedly help reduce cholesterol and lower the risk of heart disease, but in-depth studies have shown that the drugs can actually have a detrimental effect on the health of people without cholesterol or heart disorders.

Adding statins to the water supply would be disastrous as known side-effects of the drugs include depression, mood swings, short term memory loss and liver dysfunction.

Statins are prescribed daily to millions upon millions of people, understandably so given the type of food the majority consumes. Unhealthy GM foods full of white flour and sugar, combined with a lack of exercise and couch potato culture are the real cause of artery clogging.

What are statins?

Statins: Soon we'll all be taking them.

Statins are produced by companies like Merck, and in 1975 their CEO, Henry Gadsden dreamed of the day he could sell a drug to people who had no discernible illness. Mike Adams put it more accurately when he said, “They needed a way to sell drugs to healthy people.”

Statins came along at around the same time as genetically modified food, and the big bucks started rolling in for Big Pharma and the food and chemical industries.

The manufacturers claim that statins have been proven to lower cholesterol and help prevent heart disease and strokes, and this has led to many health experts insisting they be added to public water supplies. That suggestion comes straight from the pages of Brave New World by Aldous Huxley in which the population were mass controlled and pacified by a drug called Soma.

Cochrane Library research

A study recently published in the Cochrane Library, which reviews drug trials, examined data from 14 different drugs trials that used 34,000 patients as subjects. The results showed disturbing evidence of “short-term memory loss, depression and mood swings,” which in the past had been deliberately underplayed by the drug companies funding the research.

The researchers warned that, “Statins should only be prescribed to those with heart disease, or who have suffered the condition in the past. Researchers warn that unless a patient is at high risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke, statins may cause more harm than good.”

However, despite the fact that statins have also been linked to a greater risk of liver dysfunction, acute kidney failure, cataracts, muscle damage, and in pregnant women – especially the first trimester – foetal abnormalities, spontaneous abortions and foetal death; health authorities are still insisting they be added to our water.

Aldous Huxley predicts the future

Just last week, the editor of MedPage Today, George Lundberg, MD, wrote an op-ed entitled Should We Put Statins in the Water Supply? And in May 2008, renowned cardiologist Professor Mahendra Varma called for statins to be artificially added to drinking water.

In 1962, Aldous Huxley said that humans would one day be made to “love their servitude” via the state-sponsored introduction of mind-altering drugs.

“There will be, in the next generation or so, a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude, and producing dictatorship without tears, so to speak, producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies, so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them, but will rather enjoy it, because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel by propaganda or brainwashing, or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods. And this seems to be the final revolution,” said Huxley.

Mass Medication

John P. Holdren, White House science magnate wrote in his 1977 book, Ecoscience, that sterility drugs should be added to the water supply as part of a program of “involuntary fertility control”.

The program of mass medication has already begun. 60 Years ago fluoride was added to the drinking supply, purportedly because of the health benefits it offered, especially to our teeth. Dentists still promote the use of fluoridated toothpaste which is equally harmful.

[adsense]Water purification is also not completely reliable, and many drugs such as Prozac have found their way into the water supply courtesy of urination. When it is passed through the body Prozac enters the sewers and is not completely destroyed by the processes used to clean water and return it to our taps.

The earliest recorded use of sodium fluoride in water was in Germany’s Nazi prison camps. The Nazis explained that the reason for mass-medicating water with sodium fluoride was to sterilize women and coerce the victims of their concentration camps into calm submission.

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Read about water fluoridation, hexavalent chromium in the water, feminizing uranium conspiracy, mass animal deaths, water pollution caused by fracking and dioxin pollution in Germany.


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  3. I’d really like to know the source of this ridiculous claim! The UK proposed adding statins to drinking water and it was “shot down”. It’s bad enough that fluoride is added to USA drinking water. Statins! I suggest the “US Authorities” that are mulling over adding statins to our water, well they should take the drug for 8 years like my husband did and tell me how they feel as their memory loss progresses to the point of needing 24/7 assistance with all daily activities. He also has Parkinson’s type symptoms. US Authorities need to look at all the data that statins can cause: muscle damage [which can lead to rhabdomyolysis and ultimately death], memory loss, neurological conditions such as ALS, Parkinson’s, etc.), cataracts, cancer, etc. There is a long list of ADR (adverse drug reactions) to ALL statin drugs.

  4. Additional Info: In 2004, the March of Dimes issued this warning: New England Journal of Medicine Alert on Statins The April 8, 2004 issue of The New England Journal of Medicine contains a letter-to-the-editor from two physicians at the National Institutes of Health entitled, “Central Nervous System and Limb Anomalies in Case Reports of First-Trimester Statin Exposure.” This letter raises an alert about statins, a class of prescription drugs used for lowering cholesterol. The generic names of these drugs include atorvastatin, simvastatin, and lovastatin. Statins are being prescribed more and more commonly because more Americans are overweight and have elevated cholesterol levels, a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease. This means that more women of childbearing age are taking these drugs and – because at least half of all pregnancies in the United States are unplanned – more women in the early months of pregnancy are inadvertently exposing their fetuses to statins. This is a great concern to the March of Dimes.

  5. About 3 years ago I took Statins (Lipitor) for 3 months. I now have permanent brain damage as a result, our brains need cholesterol, my frontal lobes shrunk as seen on an MRI, my short term memory is shot, and I need to keep a thesaurus beside me so I can find those words that I can no longer remember. I forget important appointments, so I must set an alarm on my cell phone to remind me.

    I also suffer from severe muscle pain, and other symptoms. I now have to take 8 supplements every day just so that I can walk and keep on going.

    I no longer remember my children and grandchildren’s birthdays. And I almost succeeded in burning down my house because I forgot something on the stove, and because my sense of smell has been diminished.

    How can I get rid of Statins from my water from the tap? Will an ordinary water filter get rid of them? The link I have provided has much more information.


  6. Why can’t you name the ‘U.S. Authorities’ who advocate adding statins to the water supply? I searched google for over two hours and have found not a single reference to an official source.

  7. May I point out that any health official who thinks this is a good idea should be removed from office because they are too stupid to have such a job?

    More than 90% of North American tap water is not used for drinking. It is used for showering, flushing, watering gardens, washing clothes and washing cars. To put enough statins in the tap water to do anyone good or harm would take truckloads, be entirely too expensive, pollute our ecosystems (heaven knows what it does to fish) and the people who need it probably don’t drink enough water or don’t drink tap water.

    If all this occurred to me within 5 minutes of reading the article — why can’t said health officials figure it out before opening their gobs to the media?

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