by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
(NaturalNews) I’ve spent the last two years running a heavy metals analysis science lab (labs.naturalnews.com) and writing a detailed, heavily researched book on forensic food analysis. To my horror, I’ve come to the conclusion from all this that humanity is driving itself insane with relentless chemical contamination and heavy metals pollution that’s driving human minds to clinical madness.
The real reason society is so incredibly insane at every level is rooted in the consumption of toxic heavy metals through food, water and other environmental sources. It’s exacerbated by the poisonous heavy metals being fed to factory farmed chickens (and other animals) whose poop is harvested and spread on soils that are used to grow foods for humans. Once humans eat the contaminated food that’s laced with lead, cadmium, mercury and arsenic, their own feces is “recycled” and turned into “bio solids” that are placed back onto commercial farm lands as “fertilizer.”
This cycle of metals accumulation results in a steady rise in the concentration of toxic substances in our environment and foods. As people consume these foods (and other toxic substances such as mercury in dental fillings and fluoride in municipal water supplies), they are driven to the brink of madness.
It is these people who are now the voters, the politicians, the media personalities and the decision makers. The modern world of western civilization has literally gone insane, much like the Roman Empire which fed its own people water that was, unbeknownst to them, poisoned with lead.
The lead in the water of Flint, Michigan only worsens the problem… and it’s not just Flint, either. I’ve found that nearly every state government in America routinely covers up the toxicity of public water, and the EPA is also heavily engaged in suppressing the scientific truth about lead in municipal water supplies.
As a result, Americans are drinking toxic lead at alarming concentrations, and they’reeating arsenic, inhaling mercury and consuming significant concentrations of cadmium from other food sources that I’ll be detailing this year in my new, expanded lab facility.
I explain all this in far more detail in this Health Ranger Report podcast.