Originally published April 4 2013
Top ten ways humanity is being murdered in the name of 'evidence-based science' (#6 Synthetic pesticides)
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor
(NaturalNews) Pesticide chemicals are usually derived from petroleum, and some of them are based on fluoride. Pesticides are, of course, sprayed on crops to kill insects. But an overwhelming mountain of scientific research shows that pesticides remain intact on foods, and when they're consumed by humans they cause devastating diseases such as:
• Alzheimer's and dementia
• Neurological disorders such as Parkinson's
• Cell death
• Birth defects
• ADHD, yet astonishingly the "scientists" at the American Academy of Pediatrics says children should eat more pesticide!
In addition, pesticides are killing food pollinators such as honeybees and birds.
Scientists who work for chemical companies claim pesticides "evidence-based science" and are perfectly safe for humans to consume in essentially unlimited quantities. They rely on the fact that pesticides kill people slowly to hide the true devastating health effects of their chemicals. When people are killed by pesticides, they are said to have died from things like "liver failure" or "natural causes." In reality, however, their deaths were radically accelerated by the inadvertent consumption of enormous quantities of synthetic chemical pesticides, herbicides and fungicides, none of which are safe for long-term human consumption.
This is article #6 in our "murdered by science" special report. Click here to continue with #7.
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