This week afforded us another reveal of the nature of the Trump administration under its newly appointed hack Scott Pruitt at the Environmental Protection Agency. The Trumpenstein EPA has just allowed the neurotoxic pesticide chlorpyrifos (CPF) to be put back into use on vegetables and fruits. This poison is completely consistent with the Crime Syndicate’s aggressive dumbing-down program. A study at Columbia University indicated that for each standard deviation increase in CPF exposure (4.61 pg/g), full-scale intelligence quotient (IQ) declined by 1.4% and working memory declined by 2.8%.
So add CPF to the mind-numbing weaponized assault of toxins the Criminals already use on the population. This would include Roundup (glyphosate) for inducing alarming increases in autism. And who can forget that golden oldie herbicide atrazine, which is effective at feminizing the male population. The transhumanist and fourth-wave feminists must love that.
As a rule of thumb, you are on your own and need to distrust anything this system does or says. In fact, one should assume harm and skullduggery is the intent, not just incompetence and neglect. The evidence is that this onslaught will get even worse under the Trumpians. For starters, here are the methods for removing toxins from fruit and vegetables. This site has a series on food worth getting familiar with.
The New Nationalist (TNN) does not take a strict anti-vax position. From our digging into the issues, the strongest correlations to neuro-disorders are these pesticides and herbicides. However, the extreme vaccination regimen administered to children added to the neurotoxic assaults can cause auto-immune reactions in some children. But since GMO-based chemicals are so prevalent in the environment, that can’t be dealt with by parents as a first-line defense.
That sets up a roulette wheel for parents with vaccines. Do babies really need to be vaccinated for sexually transmitted Hepatitis B at birth? These are tough calls. If I were a parent of a young child today, I think I would be very selective and look at the effects cumulatively. TNN will be adding this to our work.