All posts for the month July, 2013

‘Shape Shifters,’ ‘Reptilians’, ‘Lizards’ and ‘Aliens’.

How often have you heard lurid stories of this kind especially when associated with people who share the Rhesus Negative Bloodtype?

Could there be a reasonable explanation for this?

Or are you convinced there is actual evidence to support these theories?



Polycoria is a pathological condition of the eye characterized by more than one pupillary opening in the iris.

It may be congenital or result from a disease affecting the iris.

Axenfield-Reiger Syndrome

Named after the German ophthalmologist Theodor Axenfeld who studied anterior segment disorders, especially those such as Rieger Syndrome and the Axenfeld Anomaly.

The term “Rieger syndrome” is sometimes used to indicate an association with glaucoma.

Rieger Syndrome is by medical definition determined by the presence of malformations of the teeth, the underdevelopment of the anterior segment of the eye, along with the manifestations caused by the Axenfeld anomaly.


In addition to these occurrences, a prominent Schwalbe’s line, an opaque ring around the cornea known as posterior embryotoxin, Glaucoma and hypolasia of the iris can occur in the eye.

It is not even a particular trait of Rhesus Negative people in case you were wondering.

But Reptilians are far more believable eh?

Glamorgan Reformatory

Glamorgan Reformatory for Boys, Ty Segur, Neath 1874. Image:

The Glamorgan (or Glamorganshire) Reformatory for Boys was established in 1858 in premises at Hawdref Ganol, a few miles to the west of Neath. The site eventually proved to be too wild and inaccessible so more convenient premises were found in a location known as Ty Segur in the Mount Pleasant district of Neath where a 70-year lease was obtained on a farm of 42 acres.

A new building was erected — of stone, with blue brick dressings — and on March 12th, 1875, the property was formally certified for the accommodation of 70 boys. The existing inmates then transferred to the new premises Hawdref Ganol, along with some of the staff including the superintendent, Michael Farrah, and the matron, Jane Farrah.

Other staff were two assistants, Mr George Ewens and Mr E. Cowells, who also performed the classroom teaching, and a cook.

The boys chiefly worked on the farm and in the garden, and worked for neighbouring farmers occasionally. They also assisted in the kitchen, laundry and all the other work of the house. A tailoring shop was set up in 1878 where a few of the boys were instructed and made all the clothes for the establishment.

Apart from occasional cases of absconding and dips in educational performance, the School achieved consistently good reports, particularly regarding its agricultural activities. The livestock now included pigs, milk cows and horses. In 1885, it was noted that the sale of vegetables had generated and income of £280. There was a system of marks by which industrious boys could earn from 1d. to 3d. a week.

Mr Farrah died suddenly on October 29th, 1890.

He had been superintendent of the establishment for over 25 years. He was succeeded Mr G. Ewens, who had been farm bailiff for many years, with Mrs Ewens as matron. The School continued its good work under its new head. By 1892, 30 acres of rough grass and mountain pasture had been added to the 40 of arable land.

The boys attended one of the main churches in Neath twice every Sunday.

In 1896, half of the farm’s 40 acres were now being cultivated as a market garden, with the rest in corn and pasture. The farm had some well-built barns, piggeries and storehouses. Extensions to the laundry, drying store-room and bath were in progress. Classroom subjects included mental arithmetic, geography, history, recitation and singing.

A small museum containing minerals and other subjects of local interest had been added for use of the schoolroom. The farm stock consisted of four breeding sows (with about 50 young pigs), four cows, a horse, and poultry. There was a playing field of about ten acres on which the boys played football, cricket and other games. There was marching drill once a week and long walks were taken from time to time. Once a year, the whole School had a day’s outing at the seaside and about half a dozen half-holidays a year.

The School was provided with some illustrated papers, and there was a library of about 100 books, which were eagerly read by the boys on Saturday nights.

In 1898, geometrical drawing was introduced into the industrial training. In the same year, it was noted that some of the crops were suffering from the smoke of neighbouring works.

These was a major disruption to the School’s smooth running in 1903.

On July 9th, due to the ill-health of Mr Ewens, he and his wife left the institution to take a holiday.

On Monday, July 13th, and on the day, after, there were attempt by the a number of the boys to escape. Ten got away, with seven of them soon being recaptured and taken into police custody.

Serious rioting took place on the Wednesday night when the main building was attacked by boys carrying iron bars and heavy sticks. Windows were smashed and doors broken in. The officers, who were threatened with personal violence, concealed themselves.

All of the boys then ran away and proceeded to the summit of a hill, two mile distant. The police followed and then closed in, threatening to fell with a truncheon the first boy who disobeyed.

The boys eventually gave in and were marched back to the institution. Following the arrival of more police officers, ten of the ringleaders were taken into custody. On Thursday, following the arrival on the scene of Captain James Legge, Her Majesty’s Inspector of Reformatory and Industrial Schools, there were further disturbances and vandalism.

Amongst the most active perpetrators were seven boys who had been liberated by the police earlier in the day at Captain Legge’s request.

These were re-arrested, together with seven others and marched to Neath. At subsequent court hearings, the boys made accusations of cruelty by the superintendent.

These were denied by Captain Legge, although he admitted that due to the superintendent’s illness, discipline had been somewhat lax of late.

Each of the boys was given a month’s hard labour.

From July 16th to 23rd, charge of the School was taken by Mr Frank Goode, a house master at the Reformatory in Redhill, Surrey. He and his wife, Harriett, took over as permanent superintendent and matron on October 21st, 1903, in the interim, Mr and Mrs Waite oversaw the establishment.

In 1904, gas was laid on at the premises and the drains were completely relaid. Nightshirts were supplied to the boys and the diet improved. The boys were now being instructed in gymnastics.

It was noted that most boys went down the mines when they left the School.

In April, 1904, a boy fell into the wash-house boiler, burning his legs. He appeared to be doing well for a week then he suddenly died.

It was suggested that a platform be built over the boiler so that clothes could be removed with climbing on top of it. In 1907, the School was connected with the main town drain.

A pond was provided for outdoor bathing. Football and cricket matches now taking place against other local teams. Concerts and entertainments were being given by friends of the School. Slippers were provided for use in the School after work hours.

The institution was now known as the Glamorganshire Farm School.

In 1911, the staff at the School comprised the superintendent and matron, Mrs and Mrs Goode; schoolmaster, Mr F.W. Sewell; gymnastic instructor, medical officer, dentist, chaplain, master-tailor, gymnastic instructor, labour master, manual instructor, and cook.

Mr Goode was still superintendent in 1920 but died in 1926. In 1930, Mr A.L. Brackey was in charge of the establishment.

In 1933, the Glamorganshire Farm School became an Approved School, one of the new institutions introduced by the 1932 Children and Young Persons Act to replace the existing system of Reformatories and Industrial Schools.

Picture taken inside the GFS Minibus 1979

Picture taken inside the GFS Minibus 1979

The School accommodated up to 70 Senior Boys aged between their 14th and 17th birthdays at their date of admission. The training offered by the School included instruction in farming, gardening and carpentry.

GFS Staff 1979

GFS Staff 1979

Neath Farm

Dyffryn House GFS 1979

In 1973, the School became a ‘Community Home with Education’ (CHE) under the control of West Glamorgan County Council. (Later Neath/Port Talbot County Council)

Mostsof the original School buildings were demolished during the early part of the 1990s, Beaufort House became private housing, and a new secure unit, ‘Hillside’ for young offenders was erected on the site in 1996.

Hillside Secure Unit 2002

Hillside Secure Unit 2002

Hillside Secure Centre opened in November 1996. It is located within the County Borough of Neath Port Talbot. Responsibility for the management of the service rests with the Department for Social Services and Housing. The Council intends that the Centre should operate on a self-financing basis.

The Centre was purpose built. It accommodates 18 young people living in three separate living units of six beds. One of the units is routinely used for boys subject to Section 91 orders, who are serving custodial sentences of between one year and life.

The other two units house both boys and girls whose length of stay can vary from a few days to periods of around a year.

Those subject to secure orders and detention and training orders had sentences of between 4 and 24 months, half of which would be served in a secure setting.

It will cost £22,000 a week to house each youngster in the unit.

Since its inception in 1997, the Youth Justice Board (YJB) has taken responsibility for the placement of young offenders who are either being held on remand or have been given a custodial sentence.

The YJB has a service level agreement with Hillside for the provision of 14 beds. Priority for a place at Hillside is given to vulnerable young people from Wales.

The remaining 4 beds are purchased by authorities in England or Wales who require secure accommodation, applying for secure orders under civil law. At the time of the inspection the authority was renegotiating the Hillside contract with the YJB and extensive tender documentation had been submitted indicating the authority’s commitment to provide a service for a minimum period of 5 years from April 2004.

The process was due to be completed in December 2003 with the successful applicants beginning the new contracts in April 2004″.

SOURCE: Triennial Inspection of Hillside Secure Unit in Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council (2005)

The UK Media are focusing the public attention on the latest addition to the Windsor Dynasty..

Meanwhile, two items of public interest have this week, not received the attention they surely deserve….

Accident or design?

They come from totally different sources in different countries and they are discussing proposals to make homelessness illegal. Coming from different sides of the Atlantic, their messages are remarkably similar and the proposals made by US and UK lawmakers could have come from the same speech writer.

In the US, Marc Sarnoff, City Commissioner of Miami, is trying to make it illegal to be homeless. He wants to ban sleeping on park benches, meeting friends, congregating in public spaces and even eating while walking along the street.

In the UK public space protection orders, part of the Anti-social Behaviour Crime and Policing Bill (which was outlined in the Queens speech earlier in July), would effectively allow police to prevent groups meeting in parks and make illegal the utilisation of a park bench as a bed for the night.

Homelessness needs to be tackled by the provision of affordable housing, not by making those people forced to live on our streets into criminals.

The fact that there are so many people forced to live on the streets is testament to the sad state both the US and the UK are now in.

Banks foreclosing on family homes left many with no option but to set up homes in campers, cars and vans. Tent cities have sprung up under road bridges and makeshift camps can be found in many wooded areas as families struggle to get back on their feet.

There are going to be more and more people falling foul of these laws if they are passed.

Decent jobs are nigh on impossible to come by and when those jobs are removed from the market, by company closure or outsourcing, they are replaced by minimum wage part time positions that cannot hope to feed and house a family.

Harry Houdini was born on March 24th 1874 in Budapest, Hungary, with the name of Ehrich Weisz. He was one of six children and the son of Rabbi Mayer Weisz and his second wife, Cecilia Steiner. In 1876, Mayer Weisz immigrated to the United States with the dream of a better life. He found work as a rabbi and changed his last name to Weiss. In 1876, the remainder of the family joined him in the United States.

The family moved to Milwaukee when Ehrich was eight years old. During his early years, Ehrich sold newspapers and shined shoes to help support the family. On October 28, 1883, nine year old Ehrich made his first appearance on stage, performing a trapeze act. He billed himself, “Ehrich, the Prince of the Air.” At 12, Ehrich hopped a freight car and ran away from home. A year later her returned to New York and continued to help support his family by working as a messenger, necktie cutter, and photography assistant. Nothing is known of his year away from his family.

About this time, Ehrich and his brother Theo began to pursue an interest in magic. As a stage name, Ehrich Weiss became Harry Houdini by adding an ‘I’ to the last name of his idol, French magician Robert Houdin. Harry is simply an Americanised version of his nickname, Ehrie. At 17, Ehrich, now known as Harry Houdini, left his family to pursue his magic career. By the age of twenty, Harry had been performing small acts throughout New York. He soon married and joined a circus where he began to develop and perfect his escape tricks.

Through the years, Houdini gained fame after repeatedly escaping from police handcuffs and jails. Harry was even given certificates from various wardens for escaping from their prisons. After making his name in America, Harry toured Europe, where he expanded his repertoire by escaping from straitjackets and coffins. Eventually, Harry was able to accomplish his dream of having a full show dedicated to his magic.

In his later years, Harry took his talent to the film studios, where he both acted and started his own film laboratory called The Film Development Corporation. Years later, Harry would receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In addition, Harry showed interest in the field of aviation and was the first person to ever fly over Australian soil.

In the 1920s, Harry became interested in the occult, specifically in debunking mediums and psychics. His training in magic helped him expose frauds that scientists and academics could not. He chronicled his time investigating the occult in his book, A Magician Among the Spirits.

In 1926 Houdini ‘officially’ died as a result of a ruptured appendix, after suffering a blow to the abdomen by university student J. Gordon Whitehead.

Houdini refused to seek medical help and continued to travel, eventually succumbing to peritonitis on October 24th 1926 at the age of 52.

Chronicling the life of a man such as Houdini is easy.

His accomplishments are well reported and stage and TV illusionists to this day draw inspiration from the great man.

But the greatest mystery, one which still is the cause of much controversy among theatre historians and fans, is not his seemingly impossible feats of escape, but the manner of his death.

Medical science today, tells us that it is almost impossible for an appendix to be ruptured by blunt trauma caused by a punch for example.

In fact, coroners still maintain that it is more likely that he was poisoned than killed by a perforated appendix.

So why the confusion over the cause of death and why would the more likely explanation need to be covered up?

It is on record that Houdini’s life was threatened a number of times, both Harry and his wife had also suffered from non-specific poisoning in the weeks prior to his death.

A clue could be that an organised network of spiritualist fanatics, who Houdini had publicly humiliated by proving them fraudulent, had worked relentlessly to orchestrate a campaign to destroy his legacy following his death.



The leader of this network was none other than Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle, who is suspected of sending a Spiritualist Minister named Arthur Ford to seduce Houdini’s widow, then organised a bogus seance where Houdini had ‘returned’ to tell the world that the Spiritualists were right all along.

Another clue as to the manner of his ‘official’ cause of death could be that Houdini had a very rare, though harmless medical condition called ‘Situs Inversus’.

Situs Inversus, as any medical textbook will tell you, is where the major organs of the body are ‘reversed’, so the appendix would not have been on the right side of Houdini’s body where the fatal blows were struck.

That was another curious omission from the original coroner’s report, which again throws up more questions than offers answers.

So was he murdered to protect the reputation of one of Britain’s most respected writers, the creator of Sherlock Holmes no less, who although fictitious, still brings thousands of Tourists to Britain each year?

The same Conan Doyle who may also have been the perpetrator of the Piltdown Man hoax of 1912, by creating the fake fossil that fooled the scientific world for over 40 years.

It is suspected that the motive for this elaborate hoax was to get revenge on the scientific establishment for debunking one of his favourite psychics…..

Or is it just me who remains unconvinced by the official story?

Houdini’s funeral was held on November 4, 1926 in New York with more than 2,000 mourners in attendance. He was buried in Queens, New York at the Machpelah Cemetery with the crest of the Society of American Magicians inscribed on his grave.

The Society still holds its “Broken Wand” ceremony every November at Houdini’s gravesite to this day.

Bess Houdini died in 1943 but was not allowed to be buried alongside her husband as she had requested, because she was not of Jewish descent.

What would you define as being ‘In Bad Taste?’

After all what is the harm in telling someone on a visit to China, “If you stay here much longer, you’ll end up slitty-eyed.”

Would your opinion suddenly change because of his position in the British Royal family, or because he is a well-known English eccentric who is prone to the odd gaffe.

All good fun right?

So what about saying to a blind woman with a guide dog, “Do you know that they have eating dogs for the anorexic now?”

Are you still comfortable with that?

So what about asking an indigenous Aborigine in Australia “Do you still throw spears at each other” is that still within the boundaries of what you find perfectly acceptable?

So what is your cut off point, when does somebody’s misplaced attempt at humour become offensive to you?

“How do you keep the natives off the booze long enough to get them through the test?”

If you were a driving test examiner in Scotland, would that offend you?

If you were a survivor of the awful school shooting at Dunblane, would,“If a cricketer, for instance, suddenly decided to go into a school and batter a lot of people to death with a cricket bat, which he could do very easily, I mean, are you going to ban cricket bats” be offensive to you?

Or is it just certain people that bring out the hyper sensitive and politically correct part of you to the surface?

Is it what you really think, or are you so conditioned in what you are told to think by both society and the media, that the edges become blurred somehow?

What if you watched a video filmed by HRH Prince Harry whilst on a training exercise in Cyprus in 2006. The various stages of the video clearly show the Prince making fun of his fellow soldiers asleep on an airport floor before zooming in on Ahmed Raza Khan and joking ‘Ah, our little Paki friend Ahmed’.

Later on in the same video, the Prince films another colleague wearing a camouflage hood before remarking “fuck me, you look like a raghead”.

Did you take to Social networks to voice your outrage?

I thought not, as after all it’s only a bit of harmless fun Innit?

I found this among some documents recently. I believe it was given to every man and boy who worked in the coal Industry during the Second World War. My own father was a Bevin Boy and all his brothers served overseas in the British Army and Merchant Navy.

All saw active service and some were seriously wounded at Dunkirk and further into Europe and beyond during the conflict, these men played a big part in my education as a young boy, I learned from those who had first-hand experience of both the physical cost of war and the mental onslaught of the propaganda from both sides.

It makes interesting reading.

A Message to British Pitmen

How the miner can beat Hitler.

Will Lawther’s Call to YOU

Dai Grenfell, M.P., one of yourselves, as Secretary for Mines, appeals as a Miner to Miners for two things.

1. Constant attendance at your work.

2. The utmost amount of coal that could be obtained when you are there.

There is no need for me to stress the urgent necessity for this twofold task. We are at war against the menace described by Alexis Nikolenko, President of the Don Bas Miners, U.S.S.R., at the Annual Conference of the Mineworkers’ Federation at Whitley Bay on July 12th, 1938.

“Fascism,” he told us, “attempts to destroy all democratic liberties and to establish a regime of medieval barbarity and oppression of the toiling masses… Before the eyes of the whole world the Fascists are destroying with impunity the peaceful people’s, are inhumanely annihilating hundreds of thousands of defenceless children. Women and the aged, are razing to the ground peaceful cities and villages and are destroying priceless values of world culture.

“The working-class of whatever country, including the Miners of Great Britain, must grasp the simple truth that they have no guarantee that to-morrow swarms of Fascist chasers and bombers will not bomb workers’ quarters.”

What he forecast has come to pass. Put into your language it means that the ideas, the force, the venom behind Hitler has brought tragedy and disaster to your fellow Miners in Germany, in Austria, in Czecho-Slovakia, in Poland, in Holland, Belgium, Luxemburg and France. Trade Unions are wiped out, the Co-operative movement destroyed. All that they had built over the years of sacrifice, of striving, went out when these hordes of Nazi murderers entered their lives.

To-day the Miners of all these nations live in slavery. In their hour of need you helped them with money, with goods; you provided some of them with new homes overseas. Who amongst you can ever forget that human document issued in 1935 by Ebby Edwards, the General Secretary of the Mineworkers’ Federation? He described the unspeakable outrage committed by the Nazi’s when they did to death Fritz Husemann, President of of the Miners International, who’s only crime was that he had kept intact the German Miner’s Union. Because there may be one doubter amongst you as to what would be your fate if the Nazi’s ruled, read this carefully.

This is how Ebby Edwards described Husemann’s death:

“His faithfulness to the principles of our movement was punished by the Hitlerites giving him a continuous journey from one concentration camp to another. On his release a while ago, he was reported to have made known the inner and most secret methods of terrorisms employed at the Nazi concentration camps, and he continued to fight to secure compensation for miners, who because of their independence, had been dismissed by the forces of Dictatorship. For this spirit of sturdy independence he was called to answer before the ‘Gestapo’. During cross-examination he said openly that he would permit none to usurp his right of opinion. The night following his examination before the ‘Gestapo’ a number if Nazi’s penetrated into the apartment occupied by out comrade Husemann, and beat him until he lost consciousness. The family, on arrival the next day, were denied the right to see him. They were sent away, being told that Husemann had made his will, and that he did not wish to see his family any more. It is supposed that in the middle if the night Comrade Husemann was beaten to death, and that in order to veil the brutal murders, his body was transported to the Bordermoor concentration camp. A few days later the family was informed that Husemann had been ‘shot while endeavouring to escape’.

That was what the Nazis did to a German ex-soldier five years ago. You know that they have not improved. Like vultures they seek more and more to devour all they hate. By the very liberty we cherish, the freedom we possess, the priceless heritage of Trade Unionism that has been handed down to us, we must do all in our power to resist. The line of resistance that we have been called to occupy is to see that nothing is left undone to produce more and more coal.

There is not a man or boy employed in the pits who would not offer all he possessed if his mate was in danger, whether it was from a fall of stone or an explosion. Your only thought would be: “How can I help?”

Your fellow miners in the continent have been overwhelmed by an explosion, the likes of which no man had ever contemplated. The gangsters of Hitler have let loose a fire that they imagine cannot be quelled. Your brothers, your sons have faced it, are facing it with a spirit and devotion that has stirred mankind as nothing has in our history.

The nation asks you to respond with the same grim determination to conquer. Coal is more valuable than gold in to-day’s conflict. Those of us who are entrusted with your confidence, face to-day responsibilities that others have faced in other spheres of leadership.

We know what a wonderful response there has been. It must be kept up.

There is no question of two different sides in this industry to-day. Owner’s of pits, miners and officials are in one side. Hitler is on the other.

Action, as always, is the deciding factor in these struggles. You cannot get a road through stone except by blasting it out. You will not get rid of Hitlerism unless we have the stronger force. Coal is one of the most decisive factors towards that end.

We cannot, and will not allow anything to stand in the way of having more coal.

In the days before September 3rd, 1939, you passed resolution after resolution urging your Trade Unions to do all in their power to make a stand against aggression. You sent a message to the German Miners:

“We declare that we will preserve our right, free association, our Trade Unions and pledge our support in your efforts to win back such freedom in your own country.”

You rant that when you sent the message to the Germans. You mean it now, because you know of their plight. You know the strength that rests in your liberty and freedom of association.

Terrible and fearful responsibility hangs over those who run away from these declarations. It would be a betrayal of every promise you have made and your word would never again be trusted.

But Miners never do that.

All that the nations asks of you is to stick to your job. Do it to the utmost when you are there – which must be very available day. Practically all of you are exempt from military service to do that job properly. The nation has granted that exemption and regards you as doing soldiers work.

Do it thoroughly.

Your difficulties and dangers in the pit none will deny are great, but no one is bombing you or shooting you while you are at it.

My appeal I know will not go unanswered. It is to hew more coal, fill more coal until victory is ours and the gangsters are no more. We say with Francis Adams:

“Who is it that talks of defeat?
I tell you that a cause like ours
Is greater than defeat can know;
It is the power of powers!
As surely as the earth rolls round
As surely as the glorious sun
Follows the great world noon-wave
Must our cause be win.
What is defeat to us?-
Learn what a skirmish tells
While the great Army marches on
To storm earth’s Hells !”

President, Mineworkers Federation of Great Britain.

“Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference”.

Isn’t it about time that the people of this country finally saw through the Government spin and the mainstream Media propaganda?

If you read about, or hear about, or witness anybody who has put their very lives in danger in order to expose an injustice, it is to your eternal shame that you still choose to ignore it.

This is something you can do, you can not walk away and leave others to face it alone.

The NHS is being carved up in front of your eyes and sold to the highest bidder by the very people who are supposed to represent the people of this country.

It is now time to act, to stand by those who are vilified in the Media as being ‘subversive’ and somehow labelled an ‘extremist’.

I stand by and applaud those brave souls, the ones who are ‘trying to change the things they can’.

This is for all of those who see the injustice and are not afraid to take the risks to expose the fundamental wrongs and despicable acts of those who hold the power.

So to all the ‘WHISTLEBLOWERS’ and Seekers of the Truth, the people of this country owe you a enormous debt of gratitude and the Outlaw personally salutes you….

How do you wish to function as a society?

Would you like to get so out of your head you never have to deal with personal things that are seen as being too difficult, too negative or too scary?

I thought not, but what if you discovered that you do not really have a choice?

The decision makers that govern almost every aspect of our lives thus far, have now decided that there are not enough chemicals already added to our drinking water, as there is now a call by ‘experts’ to further poison us with Lithium.

The reason being put forward is ‘concern for the increasing suicide and violent crime rates among the general population.’

So, what is Lithium usually prescribed for?

Bipolar disorder.
Agitation not associated with bipolar disorder.
Depression and to boost the effect of antidepressants.
As a mood stabiliser.
Severe Migraine Headaches.

“Much like fluoride, lithium alters the brain’s normal production of serotonin and norepinephrine, which in turn artificially alters the way an individual thinks and how he or she feels about a given situation. Lithium is literally a mind-altering, antidepressant chemical substance that those promoting it openly admit modifies brain function. And yet they purport that forcibly inducing these chemical changes on the unwitting populations of the world is a good and acceptable idea.”


So what are these ‘experts’ really saying?

“Lithium has been heralded by some experts as the next potential flouride, after scientists found suicide rates were lower in areas where the drinking water had higher concentrations of the element”. Daily Mail”

“Time to supplement? Some scientists believe lithium could reduce suicide rates if traces were added to drinking water. The study, published in the British Journal of Psychiatry, analysed a sample of 6,460 lithium measurements and then compared suicide rates across 99 districts.” Daily Telegraph.


Ireland also.


Some of the milder side effects of Lithium include:
Mild tremors of the hands.
Weakness and lack of coordination.
Mild nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, stomach pain or upset.
Thinning or drying of the hair; or itching skin.

But any of those symptoms could be a result of any number of illnesses or conditions right?

So what about some of the more serious symptoms of the presence of Lithium in the body?

Extreme thirst, urinating more or less than usual.
Weakness, fever, feeling restless or confused, eye pain and vision problems.
Restless muscle movements in your eyes, tongue, jaw, or neck.
Pain, coldness, or discolouration in your fingers or toes.
Feeling light-headed, fainting, slow heart rate.
Hallucinations, seizures (blackout or convulsions).
Fever with muscle stiffness, sweating, fast or uneven heartbeats.

Early signs of lithium toxicity, such as ‘nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, drowsiness, muscle weakness, tremor, lack of coordination, blurred vision, or ringing in your ears’ are equally unpleasant.

It’s long been known that countries who possess large veins of this valuable resource have been invaded by the world’s most powerful nations… Afghanistan is only one of such countries.

So why would governments want to turn our drinking water into a chemical cocktail loaded with toxins like Fluoride & Lithium among others?

Is adding Lithium increasingly being used without consultation to be yet another way that our population is being ‘dumbed down’?

Is this just another way that society will be made more malleable and less concerned about what is really going on in this world?

And for how long has this toxic heavy metal already been added to our water supply?

“Unmarried white girls who became pregnant in the postwar years were considered psychologically disturbed but treatable, whereas their black counterparts were presumed to be biologically hypersexual and deviant”.

Historian Rickie Solinger demonstrates that in the 1950s an unwed white girl who became pregnant could go to a maternity home before her pregnancy showed, deliver the baby and give it up for adoption, and return home to her community with no one the wiser.

(White parents concocted stories of their daughters being given the opportunity to study for a semester with relatives.)

She could then resume the role of the “nice” girl.

Unmarried pregnant black girls, on the other hand, were barred from maternity homes; they were threatened with jail or termination of welfare; and they were accused of using their sexuality in order to be eligible for larger welfare checks.

Politicians regarded unmarried pregnant black girls as a societal problem, declaring-as they continue to declare today-that they did not want taxpayers to support black illegitimate babies, and sought to control black female sexuality through sterilization legislation.

Leora Tanenbaum (2000)

‘Slut! Growing up female with a bad reputation’