In other words, the towns people are being slowly poisoned while the government officials hands are tied behind their backs by the bureaucrats of the EPA. I was told that there was a quiet epidemic of water contamination (euglena) in almost every major bo

I have some inside information on the Toledo, Ohio water crisis. I was told last year at this time that this would happen, not just in Toledo, but all over Ohio because of a highly toxic algae called euglena. Certain strains of euglena are responsible for turning water red like blood, and have been linked to cancer and other health issues. Both FEMA and the EPA have known about this problem for years—and the eventual crisis that would stem from it. The situation has been classified as a National Security Risk for at least a few years, but no definitive action has been taken to solve it; instead, the reality of Ohio’s contaminated fresh water supply has been carefully covered up. I know this because I have personally met with the government officials of a small city in Ohio that have an infected lake, from which they derive all of their drinking water. Because I have a background working with certain beneficial biologicals that are used to clean up contaminated bodies of water, I met with the officials of the town to discuss a possible biological solution to the problem. However, I learned from the Mayor, that even though the lake provides the drinking water for thousands of towns people, the city had no control over it and could not take any action to clean it up without the approval of the EPA, who literally own the water (but don’t drink it). In other words, the towns people are being slowly poisoned while the government officials hands are tied behind their backs by the bureaucrats of the EPA. I was told that there was a quiet epidemic of water contamination (euglena) in almost every major body of water in Ohio, including Lake Erie, and that eventually a major water crisis would erupt if the euglena problem was not taken care of. The only thing that the EPA would allow to be done in the case of this particular small city in Ohio, was to pour massive amounts of aluminum into the lake to bind with the euglena and pull it to the bottom into the sludge, where it is syphoned out by floating barges. This “solution” turned out to be ineffective and has only further contaminated the lake with high levels of aluminum that are compounding the problem.

Euglena is a demonic microorganism. If you kill it violently it releases its toxins into the water before it dies. The only real solution is to introduce powerful beneficial biologicals to compete with it for the limited resources in the aquatic environment, and thereby force it to subside naturally. Unfortunately, the EPA s controlled by a special interest which is much more concerned with EUGENICS than euglena. Timothy A

Aug 2, 2014

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