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FORGET ABOUT FLUORIDATED WATER, NOW IT’S LITHIUM AND OXTOCIN: A ...

Yes, you read that correctly; the geniuses in charge of the West's technocracy now want to put oxycontin and lithium in the water; the first proposal stems from a group wanting to promote acceptance of immigrants into the culture by turning the whole population into addicts, and the second proposal is to "fight dementia" by doping everyone up on lithium(thanks to Mr. A. and Mr. C.S. for sharing these):

Study: Doping Western Cultures With Oxytocin Will Cure Hatred Of Refugees

Oxytocin-enforced norm compliance reduces xenophobic outgroup rejection

Lithium in tap water may cut dementia

The "results" and "recommendations" from the first study show just how nutty the modern technocracy is really becoming:

[O]ur results imply that an OXT-enforced social norm adherence could be instrumental in motivating a more generalized acceptance toward ethnic diversity, religious plurality, and cultural differentiation resulting from migration by proposing that interventions to increase altruism are most effective when charitable social cues instill the notion that one’s ingroup shows strong affection for an outgroup. Furthermore, UNESCO has emphasized the importance of developing neurobiologically informed strategies for reducing xenophobic, hostile, and discriminatory attitudes (47). Thus, considering OXT-enforced normative incentives in developing future interventions and policy programs intended to reduce outgroup rejection may be an important step toward making the principle of social inclusion a daily reality in our societies.

Zero Hedge has a solution:

erhaps the researchers can also explore how to chemically control refugees so they’re less violent, rapey, and are willing to integrate into other cultures without destroying them? Maybe if they tainted the water supply in Saudi Arabia with Oxytocin they’d start accepting refugees instead of forcing Europe to shoulder the burden?

And the BBC has a solution for dementia too:

The study, at the University of Copenhagen, looked at the medical records of 73,731 Danish people with dementia and 733,653 without the disease.

Tap water was then tested in 151 areas of the country.

The results, published in JAMA Psychiatry, showed moderate lithium levels (between 5.1 and 10 micrograms per litre) increased the risk of dementia by 22% compared with low levels (below five micrograms per litre).

However, those drinking water with the highest lithium levels (above 15 micrograms per litre) had a 17% reduction in risk.

The researchers said: "This is the first study, to our knowledge, to investigate the association between lithium in drinking water and the incidence of dementia.

"Higher long-term lithium exposure from drinking water may be associated with a lower incidence of dementia."

Note that too little lithium increases risk, and more diminishes it.

Frankly, I think the technocrats and Zero Hedge are on to something here, and - fortuitous coincidence! - according to some researchers, "they" are already spraying massive amounts of lithium into the atmosphere anyway, accounting, in some cases from California, people reporting feeling high all the time, even though they're not on any drugs nor drug users at all. Which brings us to our modest proposal of the day. Rather than putting oxycontin or lithium into the water supplies of the west, why not target certain troublesome areas of the world, like the (out)house of Saud, Tehran, the District of Corruption, and whatever domicile Darth Soros calls home. Dropping a few milligrams for medicinal doses might also help in the water supply of 10 Downing Street, the Bundeskanzlei, the Elysee Palace, and a few other places where dementia has been in evidence lately.

On a more serious note, the articles do suggest two things, and both are rather sobering: the first thing they suggest is that most people, whether in Europe or America, are relatively sane, and their reactions to the insanity of their "leaders" and their policies is a sane one, and secondly, it's the leaders themselves, and the technocrats who would propose turning whole populations, against their will and without their consent, into drug-dependent "mellow-heads", who are the real idiots, who need real jobs, not funded studies in how to drug people.

Sadly, it doesn't get any stranger than this, and it's more testimony of how truly sick and twisted the culture has become. But if there was ever any doubt that drugging whole populations was a part of deliberate social engineering, these articles just dispelled it. And in a way, that's a good thing, because once again the technocratic and oligarchical classes are revealed for what they are: power hungry, truly delusional and very sick, people.

See you on the flip side...

27 thoughts on “ FORGET ABOUT FLUORIDATED WATER, NOW IT’S LITHIUM AND OXTOCIN: A ...”

  1. LOL… Oxytocin is a naturally produced hormone; it is not OxyContin®, which is just a fancy trade name for delayed release oxycodone, which is an opiate.

    Come on now, do some proof reading before y’all post, Dr. Farrell included! hehe

    1. I’m afraid rather that it is more than a matter of proofreading but in this case a matter of dyslexia, or the article saying one thing and me reading quite another! But in any case thanks for the correction!

  2. Oxy = occy = occident = The West, from Latin: occidens “sunset, West.” (Wikipedia)
    Tocin = toxin = “A poison of plant or animal origin, especially one produced by or derived from microorganisms and acting as an antigen in the body.” (Oxford Online Dictionary.)

  3. Just wanted to point out that the drugs Oxycontin and Oxytocin are two completely different drugs. Oxytocin has something to do with kicking up estrogen in you body’s system and Oxycontin is a potent semi-synthetic opiate pain reliever. What they are wanting to put in our water supply I believe is the Oxytocin as even they aren’t crazy enough to have a few hundred million people physically addicted to opioids??

  4. Modded. Pretty sure it was “Insti tute”. Let’s see…

    (I think these are ‘blow off steam’ articles designed to get people righteously angry so they can vent at the articles rather than directly AT the PTB.)

    I had close-up-and-personal experience of the effects of lithium when I did an internship for my M.A. in Psychology degree at Seattle Mental Health Insti tute. The main population was older teens who had been damaged by society, parents, etc. A fair number of them were prescribed lithium to hold down their mood swings and such. (Medicate them, rather than bore-down to the core issues that produced the mood swings. Yep.) The teens HATED the lithium, because they could FEEL that their emotions were being straight-jacketed. When they went back on the street, the lithium treatments were soon ignored…

    From the outside, the effect of lithium on those teens was disturbing. Their ‘joy in living’ was gone, replaced by a kind of ‘placidity’ that was emotionally-vacant. That was one reason I never recommended ‘medications’ to a client. In a fundamental way, those ‘treatments’ destroy their humanity.

    The one good sign in all of this is that the sheeple must be waking-up in amounts that have the PTB scared and considering further measures…

    1. Three words for this, Mr Gauze Hawks:
      Kurt Cobain, Kurt Cobain, Kurt Cobain.

      He was on Lithium and even has a song about it.

      I think they also use it as an anti seizure medication for much the same reason.

      ha ha I just realised you have experience in a Seattle institute well there you go?

      PS I love you (cue Beatles)
      No really, I love your comments on this site. Keep it up.

      Doff of the cap for you sir.

        1. ZDB, what the lithium does is BLOCK the emotional baggage, not eliminate it. Sooner or later, the buildup ‘crests’ the emotional dam, or the person goes-off the med because he/she cannot stand the ‘straight-jacket’. At that point, the sheer magnitude of the buildup causes unfortunate actions. Sad…

    2. All drugs used in psychiatry do that, therefore yes the patients are not therapy faithful. They also give terrible side effects like drooling and movement urge.

      Maybe that is why so many of these psychotropic drugs are given to elderly. Especially something like haloperidol that gives movement urges like crazy but give enough you can’t anymore. Speak about being sadistic!!

      The sad part is you can’t even talk about it to your co-workers they prefer to be blind. I suppose out of sight = out of mind.

      1. Neru, I saw your earlier Comment, also. Working in an elderly home must be poignant, these days. Wanting to tell the people “Run” but knowing it is far too late…

        My father was an army doctor, who treated troops coming back from the WWII island-hopping campaigns. (It must have been soul-searing.) I am pretty-sure he would have been horrified by the direction that medicine – and particularly the drug industry – has taken since the PTB gained control over the field. Hippocratic Oath: “First, do no harm.” TPTB Oath: “Pluck the suckers.”
        (And thanks, Chris.)

    3. anyone consider a previous suggestion modifying the mod? –

      make all comments require a paid membership. require that paid membership to be some nominal number like $1 per year. also require each comment to click a link that demonstrates non-robotic origin.

      will that eliminate enough trolls and all the robots?

  5. (I think these are ‘blow off steam’ articles designed to get people righteously angry so they can vent at the articles rather than directly AT the PTB.)

    I had close-up-and-personal experience of the effects of lithium when I did an internship for my M.A. in Psychology degree at Seattle Mental Health Institute. The main population was older teens who had been damaged by society, parents, etc. A fair number of them were prescribed lithium to hold down their mood swings and such. (Medicate them, rather than bore-down to the core issues that produced the mood swings. Yep.) The teens HATED the lithium, because they could FEEL that their emotions were being straight-jacketed. When they went back on the street, the lithium treatments were soon ignored…

    From the outside, the effect of lithium on those teens was disturbing. Their ‘joy in living’ was gone, replaced by a kind of ‘placidity’ that was emotionally-vacant. That was one reason I never recommended ‘medications’ to a client. In a fundamental way, those ‘treatments’ destroy their humanity.

    The one good sign in all of this is that the sheeple must be waking-up in amounts that have the PTB scared and considering further measures…

  6. Robert Barricklow

    Once that camel got his nose in “our” drinking water; it was all over but the fixing of “our” DNA germ line. The camel’s already putting his nose in that lab tent as we speak.
    In both instances, the champagne and caviar toast are celebrating, in the commanding heights of those camel owners. It’s back to the feudalism future…
    with a wickedly-cool technology twist.

    1. I hope everyone here at least can find their way to their local mineral spring. Somewhere online is a write-up of every mineral spring given every locality round the major cities of the world. Might be worth a look. The council keeps ‘closing’ our local spring due to outbreaks of whatever, but nothing a good three minute boiling can deal with (were it true). No illness resulting from that yet after three years of consumption.

  7. Spooky and whacky as this is, it is but a natural extension of what the PTB have already done. As mentioned, they already spray lithium into the atmosphere and they have successfully experimented with spraying an aerosol vaccine on an arab village to dumb down radicalism. So now we pass from an air medium to a water medium.

    The other point worth pondering on is what level of lithium promotes dementia and what levels promotes a decrease in dementia both in air and in water? Knowing the MO of the PTB there is no way they will consider lowering dementia. So I can now assume that the PTB are spraying lithium into the air to create more dementia. And they know how much lithium to use to create maximum potential for dementia. I can filter it out in water, but air? I go inside and shut the windows.

  8. The study was about oxytocin, not oxycontin. The first is a hormone, while the latter is a well refined opiate. This leads to erroneous conflation within the “drugging of the masses” meme, as one may engender emotional acceptance (in a similar vein to the mental effects of imbibing lithium) while the other will leave one quite addled, and addicted.

    1. I was just about to post this but I had forgotten my password; yes Oxycontin is quite different from Oxytocin.

      I think the article header needs fixed. Oxytocin naturally occurs when one is touched in a pleasurable way and causes a happy sensation

      1. My two cents. Oxytocin is the social bonding hormone. Both sexes have it, with women having more, and it increases during pregnancy and breast feeding. Some people have more than others. Predatory types of people have less.
        I would not be surprised if it is not already in use. I agree with with Dr. Farrell, too bad they can’t spray it where it’s needed most.

  9. Fluoride, lithium, and Oxycontin in your rainwater/drinking water via chemtrails and water “treatment” facilities to force large city populations to be more brain dead and compliant to whatever rainbow agenda they wish to force upon you or to disarm you sounds about right for a leadership gone totally insane. Not to mention the profits to be acquired by big Pharma.

    Time travel is real and the West is now living in the brave new world of 1984.

    Thanks, but no thanks, think I will stick with my deep well and water filtered by mother earth with its beneficial minerals. I’m going to keep my arms and continue to hunt for wild game, fish, and wild caught seafood and avoid, as long as possible, any forced “medication” in order to force me into meekly accepting my demise. The rest of you are on your own. Good luck!

  10. Working in an elderly home myself I can only conclude the most demented people are the ones that take prescribed medication galore already. For some 30, 40 pills a day is nothing! Sad thing, they demand it too!

    Of course, statistics from elderly staying at home vs in homes are absent. But my intuition says to bet on de elderly with the least medication are at home and most self-reliant.

    It is beyond belief what medication gets shoved into people but most are very content with current health care and state of health affairs. Oxycontin is already a normalised “in the pack” medication to be able to function normally! This list is already frightfully long but will get longer I bet.

  11. So I’ll take a few spoonfuls of lithium from my basement nuclear reactor to put in my water tank – if they say it prevents dementia it MUST be true…

  12. Devils are well poisoners. But holy water filter prevents devils in drinking water. Holes are too small for devils to get through. Brilliant.

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