Oct 20 2013
Do you know what?
Mans stupidity and that includes the female of the species too -present company of both sexes excluded of course – never ceases to amaze me.
Take water for instance.
It falls out of the sky for free.
Now as far as I am aware – based purely on what I have read – the Elite’s scientists can make water fall from the sky whenever they want… Mind you, they can do the same when it comes to triggering earthquakes and tsunamis too.
And while we are at it, whose daft fucking idea was it to start ‘Tsunami’ with a T. Its enough to make some poor illiterate fucker whose learning to read, tip it “bollocks” ,rip the fucking book up and fuck off down the pub.
But I digress… As I have been known to do before – every once in a while.
Yet despite water falling freely – and free – from above, it appears that some cunt has divided up and sold off the sky in certain parts of America because you can go to prison for stealing rain in some States.
The following is from Fox News and for the benefit of the, MSM believing, reality denying, mind controlled average Joe who occasionally gets lost on the interweb and ends up here; the ‘no go’, rough part of Internet town:
An Eagle Point, Ore., man has begun serving a 30-day jail sentence after he built three reservoirs on his property to collect rainwater — an apparent violation of a state law that says all water is publicly owned Source
And, Joe Eagle Point Man is far from alone when it comes to being jailed or threatened with jail for daring to be self sufficient:
In the latest example of government run amok, Jill Bass of Oak Park, Michigan faces up to 93 days in jail for planting a beautifully maintained vegetable garden in her front yard. Ms. Bass has already been issued a ticket and now faces misdemeanor charges for her industriousness. The cash strapped Oak Park, which should arguably spend its dwindling financial resources and efforts on more serious municipal matters, contends that Ms. Bass’ garden violates city code which requires front yards to consist of “suitable live plant material” Source
Now, despite what the MSM may tell you about water being publicly owned, my response would be; well they would say that wouldn’t they, because the MSM is made up almost entirely of useless, unethical lying cunts… Isn’t that true Rupert ‘McMad’ Murdoch?
I mean, working on the premise that rainwater belongs to us all, hands up who would begrudge their fellow man collecting it? … As long a he or she wasn’t drowning fluffy little kittens in it of course.
So, we are all agreed, bar the one at the back, that despite what we are told; in reality we don’t all jointly own the rain… You can put your arm down now Cameron, you look a right cunt with it stretched rigid and held up at the elbow with your other hand.
Course, we don’t go to prison in this country for collecting rainwater… But we will do soon, unless you wise up very fucking quickly.
Obviously, you wont be charged with possession of Class B rain (Its only Class A when chemicals are added) TPTB are not that fucking daft. But you will be charged with breeching some old fanny or other… Trust me, they will not like you having water.
However, in the fucked up, arse about face world we live in, it would almost appear that the sky is spoken for and the person or persons who own a certain patch of sky are given permission to use the rainwater falling from that section which is collected in massive fucking holes in the ground in readiness to be sold to the public.
And whilst I won’t go into the rights and wrongs of being charged for something that falls freely from the sky, the way in which we receive our water supply still means that our water bills shouldn’t cost us an arm and a fucking leg since the water main pipe work is already in place and has been for hundreds of fucking years.
Therefore it is a relatively simple task to connect all newly built houses to a mains supply.
Yet the average water bill in the UK costs us £180 per year, according to AOL Money Magazine although I would imagine that most people pay more than that.
Having a dump costs us around the same on average in water charges thrust upon us by the waste management corporations who take the piss… Ha, ha, j’geddit… Take the piss? Sewage charges?… Oh forget it.
So, the average family pays around £360 a year in total for their water.
That figure is a staggering amount of money when you think about it and the fact that it is so expensive should – but doesn’t – get every bill payer looking into why it costs so much to buy what you supposedly own and falls from the sky free of charge.
And theoretically, having drawn a blank as to why you are being metaphorically fucked up the arse by the water companies, you bill payers should then pay a visit to your supplier’s CEO, executive board members and senior management, bundle them up in a luton transit van, drive in convoy (there is a lot of you bill payers don’t forget so car share where you can) to your respective county’s biggest playing field and kick each of the robbing cunts 26 times around the perimeter.
If afterwards any of them are well enough to groan, kick that cunt another 10 times around the park.
“Why so harsh Spiv”?
A lot of reasons Voice of Reason, not least, this:
A new report has claimed that average water bills have grown by an incredible 64% over the past 10 years.
The study by trade union Unison found that water bills had grown at more than twice the rate of average earnings. If the average bill had done no more than keep up with earnings, it would now be £71 a year cheaper. Source
But, like I say, that is only part of the reason.
You see, what these cunts then do is knowingly poison the water that we buy off them and we pay these monsters the cost of doing so in the bargain.
“Go get some sleep ya soppy bastard”!
Why Voice of reason? For telling the truth?
I’ll tell you what? Start your education with the following article that begins:
Ingesting artificial fluoride chemicals does not prevent tooth decay, but rather destroys your insides and leads to the development of cancer and other illnesses.
These are the disturbing findings of an assessment recently compiled by award-winning chemist, author, and founder ofThePeoplesChemist.com, Shane Ellison. READ MORE
“CUNTS… I’d fucking kick them to death after reading that Spiv”!
I was being nice when I suggested 26 times around the park Voice of Reason.
However, for those dead-heads who still refuse to believe that our governments would deliberately order our water supply to be poisoned: Once you have read those three articles, come back to me and I’ll find you another three… And another three after that and so on until you realise that this is no fucking trivial matter and it is going to be your young children who you could very well have to watch die.
I mean come on for fucks sake! Haven’t you done their health enough damage already by allowing a doctor or nurse to poison them with a syringe?
They didn’t ask to be fucking born.
But that is still not my only gripe with the water company’s price rigging fraud. Especially not if the following article is true.
Course, I only question the articles validity because it is from the MSM, who do occasionally have their uses when it comes down to convincing the brain drained masses of our credibility over here in the AM:
A money saving expert has had his mains water supply shut off after realising it was cheaper if he used mineral water instead.
Lee Beaumont does everything in his Leeds home with bottled water – washing, cleaning and even flushing the toilet for less than the cost of his previous monthly bill.
The 25-year-old’s brave decision came after Yorkshire Water asked him for a £14 per month standing charge, and so instead of paying up he asked them to cut off his supply.
He is now saving cash by buying water in bulk from the supermarket, which he says more than enough for him and his two-year-old dog Bella. Read More
And despite the fact that I use MSM sources to convince the afore mentioned brain-drained masses that I am not making things up – I can never pass up the chance to prove that the hypocritical national press havent got a fucking scooby if what they print is accurate or not… Which obviously makes us “fucking idiots” over here in the AM, look good, don’t cha know.
For instance, the above snippet and the following snippet are both from the Daily Chimpanzee – the second best selling propaganda rag in the UK. The underlining is mine:
It’s the one accessory that no health-conscious fitness enthusiast is seen without.
And the benefits of bottled water are so valued that it costs up to 1,000 times more than what comes out of our taps. Read More
Just fucking saying.
At this point, just so as to avoid any confusion amongst you, as well as avoiding giving unnecessary hard-ons and wide-ons to the self appointed, ‘Deputies of the Alternative Media’ – Media Authentication Department (DAM-MAD).
I don’t pay for water. Haven’t done for something like 12 or 13 years maybe even longer.
So when I talk about “we” or “us”, I mean you. Its always best to get these things out in the open in order to avoid any more sensational headlines like:
BREAKING NEWS: Spivey Caught With TV Despite Claiming To Never Watch It.
DAM-MAD has today learned that Chris Spivey, 34, has a large flat screen TV on his living room wall. This is despite Spivey’s claim to never watch TV due to the mind manipulation employed in popular programs. This surprise discovery leaves DAM-MAD with no alternative other than to place the popular AM Journalist onto the Disinformation Register for wide spread circulation amongst the true heroes struggling to report the truth. DAM-MAD asked both John Ward and an unknown wannabe who never will be for comment. Tellingly, both said the same thing – “I was never sure about Spivey and now we know. He is beyond all shadow of doubt being paid by the government” …
Course, if the first of those two chimp articles is true – the one about the fella who finds it cheaper to use bottled water than tap – then the 26 times around the park perimeter kicking punishment for water company big knobs should be increased 3 fold at the very least.
This is based on the fact that bottled water is just tap water in a labelled bottle:
Supermarkets are selling bottled tap water to millions of unsuspecting customers.
Bottles of Tesco ‘Everyday Value Still Water’ and Asda ‘Smartprice Still Water’ are sitting on shelves alongside big brands of mineral water such as Evian and Perrier.
However, there is no explanation on the label of these supermarket brands that the contents are simply tap water…
…This means the supermarkets and their suppliers are enjoying a mark-up of around 2,500 per cent for filtering the water – something the mains suppliers say is unnecessary. They then put it into plastic bottles and ship it to thousands of stores across the country Read More
A 2,500 percent mark up! How much do these corporations pay for their water then?
Mind you, that mark-up isn’t as high as Coca Cola were adding to their bottled water which they marketed using the name ‘Dasani’.
Those robbing cunts were adding a staggering 3000 percent mark up on their souped up tap water:
Dasani was launched in the UK on 10 February 2004.
Early advertisements referred to Dasani as “bottled spunk” or featured the tagline “can’t live without spunk”. These slogans were used seemingly oblivious to the fact that spunk is slang for semenin the UK.
Prior to the launch, an article in The Grocer trade magazine had mentioned that the source of the Dasani brand water was in fact treated tap water from Sidcup, a suburban development in London.
By early March 2004, the mainstream press had picked up the story and it became widely reported that Sidcup tap water, after being processed by reverse osmosis, had been remineralized, bottled and sold under the Dasani brand name in the UK.
Although Coca-Cola never implied that the water was being sourced from a spring or other natural source, they marketed it as being especially “pure”. This led the Food Standards Agency to request Hillingdon trading standards officers to launch an investigation into whether the claim was accurate.
Richard May, Chief Publicity Officer of Dasani, was said to be disappointed that the water had not been more successful.
On 18 March 2004, UK authorities found a concentration of bromate, a suspected human carcinogen, in the product that could be considered harmful if consumed in large quantities.
Coca-Cola immediately recalled half a million bottles and pulled the “Dasani” brand from the UK market. Shortly after, plans to introduce the brand to Continental Europe were announced to have been cancelled as well.
Bromate was not present in the water before Coca-Cola’s treatment process. During that process the bromate was produced from the water’s bromide. Source
Now, unless you are a nosey fucker or a proper clever cunt you would – or should – be outraged at the fact that you were buying over priced, glorified tap water.
However, if you are a nosey fucker or proper clever cunt you would also know that you were buying yourself a whole heap of fucking trouble because Bromate is a chemical suspected to be a Human Carcinogen… In other words, Bromate is a chemical known to cause cancer in humans:
A carcinogen is any substance, radionuclide, or radiation that is an agent directly involved in causing cancer. Source
Not that Coca Cola admitted to it until they were caught following checks on the shit.
You will also have noticed that “the bromate was produced from the water’s bromide”… At least you will now that I have pointed it out since only nosey fuckers or proper clever cunts takes any notice of shit like that.
And what do we know about Bromide? … Fuck me Iv’e come over all school teacher style… But carry on regardless:
Bromide compounds, especially potassium bromide, were frequently used as sedatives in the 19th and early 20th century. Their use in over-the-counter sedatives and headache remedies (such as Bromo-Seltzer) in the United States extended to 1975, when bromides were withdrawn as ingredients, due to chronic toxicity Source
Fuck me! … Again!
I mean to say, its not as if their wasn’t already enough sedative in the amount of unnecessary fluoride that is added to our tap water!
No wonder Dasani spelled backwards is inasad – pronounced: Inner Sad.
Course, if you don’t believe that there is fuck all to that word reversal shit, go and buy yourself a small bottle of £2.25, Evian luxury mineral spring water… I will let you work it out yourself.
Once you have, don’t bother countering the claim by giving me a lecture on Evian’s origins. I know already because I am a nosey fucker.
Course, according to the Charlie Richardson enforcer ‘Mad’ Frankie Fraser; in the 1950’s Bromide was put in prisoners tea to stop them wanking so much.
Moreover, the Wikipedia page about Bromide in Tea states:
It was often said the British Army laced soldiers’ tea with bromide to quell sexual arousal—but that is likely untrue as doing so would also diminish alertness.
Notice that Wikipedia states the claim is LIKELY untrue, meaning that they don’t fucking know for sure, but should it be true; then it would also have resulted in our soldiers of old also being right dopey bastards.
Therefore, I am personally inclined to think that it is true, on the basis that only a large group of right dopey bastards who couldn’t give a fuck if they ever had sex again (see what I did there?) would have climbed out of the trenches at places like the Somme on the orders of some rich cunt miles away from danger… Just saying again.
So, we have sedatives, chemicals to dumb you down and a sexual urge suppressant all in one bottle of overpriced tap water… Hmmm, I’m surprised that the government didn’t make it compulsory for school children.
Never the less, there is something a lot, lot more sinister behind people not being encouraged to have their own water supply.
And, when the shit hits the fan and the NWO steps from ‘conspiracy theory’ to stark reality, all you mugs out there, so quick to try and pour scorn on what we in the AM write will wish to fuck that you had listened to us “stupid fuckers”.
Because one thing is for fucking certain, TPTB are desperately trying to close this site down using very sophisticated,and prolonged attacks like the one on-going as I type… Why would they do that if I talk bollocks?
Think about it… Byyyeeeeee:
A disturbing trend in the water sector is accelerating worldwide. The new “water barons” — the Wall Street banks and elitist multi-billionaires — are buying up water all over the world at unprecedented pace.
Familiar mega-banks and investing powerhouses such as Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, UBS, Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse, Macquarie Bank, Barclays Bank, the Blackstone Group, Allianz, and HSBC Bank, among others, are consolidating their control over water.
Wealthy tycoons such as T. Boone Pickens, former President George H.W. Bush and his family, Hong Kong’s Li Ka-shing, Philippines’ Manuel V. Pangilinan and other Filipino billionaires, and others are also buying thousands of acres of land with aquifers, lakes, water rights, water utilities, and shares in water engineering and technology companies all over the world.
The second disturbing trend is that while the new water barons are buying up water all over the world, governments are moving fast to limit citizens’ ability to become water self-sufficient (as evidenced by the well-publicized Gary Harrington’s case in Oregon, in which the state criminalized the collection of rainwater in three ponds located on his private land, by convicting him on nine counts and sentencing him for 30 days in jail). Let’s put this criminalization in perspective:
Billionaire T. Boone Pickens owned more water rights than any other individuals in America, with rights over enough of the Ogallala Aquifer to drain approximately 200,000 acre-feet (or 65 billion gallons of water) a year. But ordinary citizen Gary Harrington cannot collect rainwater run off on 170 acres of his private land.
It’s a strange New World Order in which multi-billionaires and elitist banks can own aquifers and lakes, but ordinary citizens cannot even collect rainwater and snow run off in their own backyards and private lands.
“Water is the oil of the 21st century.”
Andrew Liveris, CEO of DOW Chemical Company (quoted in The Economist magazine, August 21, 2008)