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By The Ghost of Sir Edward Coke
You and your family are being slowly poisoned, poisoned with the highly toxic chemical hexafluorosilicic acid which is in most of the Republic of Ireland and the UK through addition to your water supply on the orders of your government by way of the area strategic health authority. A chemical company supplies the hexafluorosilicic acid and the water supplier ( “undertaker” in official fluoride documentation ) mixes the poison with your water and supplies it to your tap. Many people and the mainstream press were outraged when Dr Shipman murdered 218 of his patients by poisoning them to death with opiates. Other than the rate of decline of the victims what is the difference, a slow kill, a fast kill, they are both murder.
To see official government letters responding to the fluoridation of water.
e.g Austria REJECTED: “toxic fluorides” NOT added
e.g Denmark REJECTED: “…toxic fluorides have never been added to the public water supplies in Denmark.”
e.g China BANNED: “not allowed”
For the actual letters and the rest of the list of countries.
“When the Nazis under Hitler decided to go into Poland both the German General Staff and the Russian General Staff exchanged scientific and military ideas, plans and personnel. The scheme of mass control through water medication was seized upon by the Russian Communists because it fitted ideally into their plan to communize the world. …
“I was told of this entire scheme by a German chemist who was an official of the great IG Farben chemical industries and was also prominent in the Nazi movement at the time. I say this with all the earnestness and sincerity of a scientist who has spent nearly 20 years’ research into the chemistry, biochemistry, physiology and pathology of fluorine–any person who drinks artificially fluorinated water for a period of one year or more will never again be the same person mentally or physically.” – CHARLES E. PERKINS, Chemist, 2 October 1954.
The company that willingly provides your poison for profit is probably a company called Yara UK; definitely so if your water supplier is Anglian Water.
According to their website http://www.yara.co.uk
“Yara International ASA is a global firm specializing in agricultural products and environmental protection agents. As the world’s largest supplier of mineral fertilizers, Yara helps provide food and renewable energy for a growing world population. Our products also help cleanse the air and eliminate toxic waste. The Oslo-based company has about 7,600 employees and annual revenues of nearly NOK 62 billion with operations in more than 50 countries.”
They proudly claim to cleanse the air and eliminate toxic waste. Hexafluorosilicic acid is produced by spraying water into their chemical plants chimney (smokestack) over and over again until the pollutants are washed out in solution. This residue is collected and, hey presto, you have the ingredients for Hexafluorosilicic acid plus a bonus of other harmful contaminants, which include lead, arsenic, cadmium and mercury.
They eliminate the toxic waste from the air and then feed it to you and yours via the water supply, with the assistance and collusion of the water undertaker and the health authority.
Only a small percentage of the fluoridated water is consumed whilst the rest goes down the drain and contaminates the environment.
Hexafluorosilicic acid and many of the contaminants are also cumulative systemic poisons, whereby only 50 % of the hexafluorosilicic acid you consume ever leaves your system whilst the rest remains with you for your shortened chronically ill, lifespan.
Symptoms may include, but are not limited to, decreased thyroid function, chronic fatigue, osteoporosis, cancer, mood swings, nerve damage, brain damage, damage to the unborn foetus, skin complaints, irritable bowel syndrome, kidney damage and reduced IQ. Hexafluorosilicic acid also affects the way heavy metals are absorbed into the body, you absorb more of them and they come free mixed with the fluoride provided. Hexafluorosilicic acid is very, very corrosive, it is used to in industry to etch glass, tan leather and clean metals. It will eat its way out of most containers in concentrated form. In your water supply it can and does dissolve lead and copper salts in your pipes which you then consume for a lifetime.
I have attempted to appeal to the better nature of Yara and politely requested that they cease being complicit in the supply of such a dangerous and harmful product. At first they just ignored my correspondence but after repeated attempts they finally replied but failed to answer all of the ethical health issues presented and only reluctantly supplied their “information pack” and flatly refuse to provide the safety data sheet for their own poisonous product.
How do we know that Yara supply most of the fluoride used to poison the population of the UK?
Hoist with one’s own petard, see this extract from the Yara information pack. So, if you are being poisoned with fluoride Yara are probably the supplier.
Yara Industrial is the main supplier in the UK of fluorosilicic acid for fluoridation of potable water and this Product Guidance Note contains our understanding of the major issues relating to the production and supply of this product.
The Policy of Yara
Yara is willing to be the supplier of fluorosilicic acid for fluoridation of potable water but the company has no declared position on the promotion or otherwise of fluoridation. All product is supplied in accordance with the requirements of British Standard, BS EN 12175:2006 Chemicals used for treatment of water intended for human consumption.
There are two processes used to manufacture Fluorosilicic Acid:
1. It is a co-product manufactured alongside phosphoric acid. Phosphate rock, Apatite, is dissolved in sulphuric acid and the evolved silicon tetrafluoride gas is dissolved in water to form the product, fluorosilicic acid. Fluoride is a natural major impurity of a phosphate ore, as CaF2, and it reacts with sulphuric acid so that fluoride is dissolved in the acid produced (weak acid). When heated and concentrated phosphoric acid “liberates” the fluoride ions and this fluoride is collected by gas-washing units, in order to prevent from gaseous emission into the atmosphere and to produce hexafluosilicic acid.
2. Reaction between hydrofluoric acid and silica. Hydrofluoric acid (HF) is produced when dry fluorspar is reacted with sulphuric acid. This reaction takes place in a rotary kiln, with indirect heating. The HF comes out of the kiln as a gas. The HF gas is washed, cooled, condensed and stored. It is then reacted with silica.
The chemical name for the product is Hexafluorosilicic Acid.
Mmmmm tasty fancy a glass of water?
Yara imports Fluorosilicic acid from Europe.
So it’s imported, that means that your taxes are leaving the country to pay a foreign corporation for your early demise. Isn’t the common market a fine thing?
Yara Industrial’s 20% strength Fluorosilicic acid is used in the UK by the water service companies for fluoridation of potable water.
Fluoridation is the term used to describe the addition of a fluoride chemical to water supplies to raise the fluoride level to 1 milligram per litre (1 mg/l = 1 part per million), to prevent tooth decay. The maximum fluoride concentration permitted is drinking water under the Water Supply (Water Quality) Regulations is 1.5 mg/l.
For a water supply with no naturally occurring fluoride, this requires the addition of 5.36 parts of 20% fluorosilicic acid to 1 million parts of water on a volume basis – a volumetric dilution of 186,500 times.
Water fluoridation is governed by the Water Industry Act 1991 and amended by the Water Act 2003. The act gives Strategic Health Authorities (SHAs) the responsibility of deciding the need for fluoridation. Before any new fluoridation scheme can be put in place the SHA must complete a local consultation process and provide the water company with an indemnity against costs.
Notice how the SHA provides the water company with indemnity against costs, does that include the costs of being sued for the harm caused? Are the water companies so concerned that they insisted on that before adding the toxin to the supply will no one insure them?
BS EN 12175:2006 Section 4 provides information on the purity requirements of Fluorosilicic acid.
Limits have been given for impurities and chemicals parameters where these are likely to be present based on the production process and raw materials.
20% Fluorosilicic acid supplied by Yara complies fully with specification requirements: BS EN 12175:2006,
Section 4.3 Impurities, main by-products Table 1 – Impurities and Section 4.4 Chemical Parameters Table
2 – Chemical Parameters.
Yara Industrial monitor the level of each element which will be added to drinking water as a result of dosing fluorosilicic acid to achieve the Water Act 2003 recommended fluoride concentration of 1 mg/litre.
Impurities? I wonder what they might be?
Table 1: Summary of key impurities and parameters as specified in BS EN 12175
Constituent Limits in mass fraction in % Expressed as
of commercial product
composition 20 – 40 (± 5%) % m/m H2SiF6
Free hydrogen 1.5 max % m/m HF
HF (not H2SiF6)
Phosphate 0.75 max % m/m as P2O5
Parameter Limit Expressed as
Antimony (Sb) max 80 mg/kg H2SiF6 (100%)
Arsenic (As) max 400 mg/kg H2SiF6 (100%)
Cadmium (Cd) max 40 mg/kg H2SiF6 (100%)
Chromium (Cr) max 400 mg/kg H2SiF6 (100%)
Lead (Pb) max 400 mg/kg H2SiF6 (100%)
Mercury (Hg) max 10 mg/kg H2SiF6 (100%)
Nickel (Ni) max 400 mg/kg H2SiF6 (100%)
Selenium (Se) max 80 mg/kg H2SiF6 (100%)
The product is tested on receipt into UK to ensure it is of an acceptable quality, and then transferred into dedicated storage tanks. It is then further tested before despatch to ensure that it conforms with the above specification. The Yara Integrated Management System has been approved to BS EN ISO 9001:2008, BS EN ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007 by Det Norske Veritas, DNV.
Every delivery to customers, whether by dedicated tanker or IBC’s, is accompanied by a Certificate of Conformity to the agreed specification.
Health and Safety
Yara Industrial provides a Safety Data Sheet for Hexafluorosilicic Acid to all customers purchasing this product in line with regulations. i.e. REACH.
The full document can be found here
The pro fluoride brigade and no doubt Yara will poo poo any complaints in respect of these contaminants saying they are only small traces and insignificant. Do not be misled there is no safe limit for heavy metals and I don’t think we need to talk about arsenic. Another point is what do they do to you when mixed into a witch’s brew with fluoride and the chlorine compounds that the water undertakers also add to the supply.
Also these are the “key impurities and parameters as specified in BS EN 12175” which implies there may be other impurities that are not listed at all. I have asked Yara for further information but at the time of going to press have received no response.
Health and Safety
Yara Industrial provides a Safety Data Sheet for Hexafluorosilicic Acid to all customers purchasing this product in line with regulations. i.e. REACH.
Yara have refused to provide me with the Safety Data Sheet but it is clear that one exists and they provide it to customers. Therefore I have had to quote below from a Safety Data Sheet from another supplier.
An important distinction to make is that the data sheet applies to the 20 % solution concentrated form of Hexafluorosilicic Acid which is a very dangerous substance indeed. What is vital to understand is that gallons of this stuff is transported around the country on a daily basis to supply the water treatment plants. What would happen in the unlucky event of an accident or a spillage? A worst case scenario outside a school as the children leave for instance. It is also notable how the water companies e.g. Anglian Water although in possession of this document also refuse to provide it.
1) The Safety Data Sheet for hexafluorosilicic acid.
Anglian Water are not able to provide a safety data sheet for hexafluorosilicic acid, as these are provided by the chemical supplier to its commercial customers. However Claire Moody in her email of 22 March provided a hyperlink to the relevant section of the website of the company from whom we purchase hexafluorosilicic acid – Yara Ltd. I understand that Yara currently have a technical problem with this part of their website which may be reason you have been unable to obtain the information you are seeking.
Excerpt from FOI request (note request was for Sodium Fluoride it should have been for hexafluorosilicic acid)
The health authority refer you to Anglian who refer you to Yara whose web site is consistently broken despite being informed of the fault some weeks ago.
Are they trying to hide anything?
Well you decide. Here is some of the information that is being kept from you.
Hazardous Ingredients….…………… Hydrofluorosilicic acid 23-27%
Inhalation……………….………….…….. Irritating to nose, throat, and respiratory system. May be corrosive to
respiratory system with prolonged contact. Symptoms of exposure may include burning sensation, coughing, wheezing, laryngitis, shortness of breath, headache, nausea and vomiting.
Skin Contact / Absorption…….…….May cause irritation, redness or swelling with contact.
Eye Contact…………….………….……. Contact may cause severe irritation, watering, redness and swelling.
Ingestion…………………………………. May cause nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and burns if ingested.
Exposure Limits……………………… ACGIH-TLV: 2.5mg/m3 (as F)
OSHA-PEL: 2.5mg/m3 (as F)
Eyes.………………………….……….. Chemical goggles, full-face shield, or a full-face respirator is to be worn at all times when product is handled. Contact lenses should not be worn; they may contribute to severe eye injury.
Respiratory…………………………… A NIOSH approved cartridge respirator with full-face shield. Chemical cartridge should provide protection against acid fumes (hydrogen fluoride).For concentrations greater than 20ppm; a NIOSH approved self-contained breathing apparatus with full-face shield should be used.
Gloves…………………………………. Impervious gloves of chemically resistant material (rubber or neoprene) should be worn at all times. Wash contaminated clothing and dry thoroughly before reuse.
Clothing………………………..……… Body suits, aprons, and/or coveralls of chemical resistant material should be worn at all times. Wash contaminated clothing and dry thoroughly before reuse.
Footwear………………………………. Impervious boots of chemically resistant material should be worn at all times.
Other……………………………………. Emergency shower and eyewash should be in close proximity.
Incompatibility…………..…………..………. Metals, glass, alkali, ceramics, and strong concentrated acids. Strong concentrated acids will cause the liberation of poisonous hydrogen fluoride. Hydrofluorosilicic acid will attack glass and ceramics. Metals will be corroded and liberate hydrogen gas.
Hazardous Products of Decomposition. Stable at room temperature. Attacks glass and stoneware. Decomposes to form hydrogen fluoride and silicon tetrafluoride when heated. Heat is generated when product is added to water.
Irritancy……………..……..………….…. Product is corrosive.
Chronic/Acute Effects………………. Liquid or vapours can cause burns which may not be apparent for hours. Prolonged exposure can result in: bone changes; corrosive effect on mucous membranes; ulceration of nose, throat, and bronchial tubes; cough, shock, pulmonary edema, fluorosis, coma, and death.
Synergistic Materials………….……… Not available
Animal Toxicity Data………..……….. LD50 (oral, guinea pig): 200mg/kg
Carcinogenicity………………………… IARC: Group 3 carcinogen (listed as ** undefined **).
As part of our commitment to the Canadian Association of Chemical Distributors (CACD) Responsible Distribution® initiative, ClearTech Industries Inc. and its associated companies require, as a condition of sale, that you forward the attached Material Safety Data Sheet(s) to all affected employees, customers, and end-users. ClearTech will send any available supplementary handling, health, and safety information to you at your request.
The full document is available here. http://www.cleartech.ca/msds/sillyacid.pdf
Imagine what might happen if a coach load of people were unlucky enough to be involved in a crash with the fluoride delivery truck.
The fluoridation of the water supply is based on quack science and deception, the supposed benefits to a small subset of children’s teeth is quite ridiculous and has no scientific basis unless your research grant depends on the right results. Ladies and Gentlemen you are being lied to and you are being poisoned.
Key to that conspiracy is Yara the supplier and at the top of that chain, the man who should take responsibility is the CEO of Yara a Jørgen Ole Haslestad, it is also within his power to cease the supply of this chemical immediately. Yara is by the appearance and statements on its website fully committed to United Nations Agenda 21 and speaks of “engaging with communities”, “sustainability” and “ethics” however actions speak louder than words and these claims should be seen as the sanctimonious, hypocritical, meaningless claptrap that they are. Empty vacuous Fabian rubbish. Just imagine the beautiful perfect communitarian world they have in store for you if you allow them.
My apologies for bringing you into contact with such foul and revolting language as that to be found below but it is important to illustrate the hypocrisy and double standards of this corporation and presumably that of Mr Jørgen Ole Haslestad in the supply of a toxic poison to the UK community.
Yara views corporate citizenship as an integral part of its overall strategic direction. It’s a driver in pursuing opportunities more than reducing risks, an investment in business development more than an expenditure and an integrated part of the operation more than an appendix. As a global company, Yara can contribute to global challenges as a global corporate citizen.
Safeguarding human health is another global challenge, and Yara has identified health concerns as one of its four “shaping issues.” The issue addresses the need to reduce poverty and pollution and enhance the quality of life as well. Yara thinks it can have an impact in these areas through its core business, key knowledge and global position.
For a forward-looking chemical company like Yara, human health is of paramount importance in supporting world development in a sustainable direction. Yara has accumulated knowledge and developed products that allow it to reduce pollution and other health hazards connected with urban living. By developing, implementing and marketing solutions that reduce the emission of harmful substances and at the same time offering products that enhance nutrition, Yara can help meet the global health challenge.
For Yara, the value of engaging in an open and active dialogue with stakeholders is clear. It is integral to the successful implementation of the company’s corporate citizenship strategy as well as Yara’s overall growth strategy – and the vision of being the industry shaper. We intend to lead the sector in adopting and communicating common high standards, and encourage best practice throughout the value chain, to our employees, customers, suppliers and the communities in which we operate.
Yara is well aware of its cornerstone role in many communities. Dedication to community involvement projects runs throughout the Yara organization, with support from the highest management levels and sufficient local autonomy to encourage local initiatives that answer community needs.
Yara’s global presence positions the company to make significant contributions to the countries and communities in which it operates. Yara works with a variety of organizations, professional and non-governmental, as well as with a number of governments and international or regional bodies, to create a better understanding of how the company’s business strategy can be aligned with the wider concerns of governments, authorities and local communities.
Customers include all those who use Yara’s products as well as distributors and agents. Yara is committed to making sure all customers and end users receive the right products for the right purpose with proper information on how to use it, regardless of whether they are farmers using Yara fertilizers or industrial customers buying chemicals or other applications. Yara engages with its customers in various ways in different markets, such as through farmer meetings and satisfaction surveys, and spends significant resources on providing concise and useful information material.
Perhaps you the reader would like to “engage” with the good people at Yara and let them know how you feel about being poisoned with their assistance. You might want to ask them nicely to remove the product from their range. If you live nearby why not put up a few appropriate signs outside their gates and leaflet employees. They are probably unaware that they are slowly killing their countrymen.
By The Ghost of Sir Edward Coke
UK Yara Contacts
Market Manager UK and Ireland
Business Unit Chemicals and Nitrates
Tel. +44 (0)1472 889250
Direct +44 (0)1472 889253
Mob.+44 (0)7836 385248
Yara UK Limited
Registered in England
Registered Number – 03818176
Registered Office – Harvest House, Europarc, Grimsby, N.E. Lincolnshire DN37 9TZ
Thor Giæver, Investor Relations
Cellular (+47) 48 075 356
Torgeir Kvidal, Investor Relations
Telephone (+47) 24 15 72 95
Cellular (+47) 91 339 832
Asle Skredderberget, Media Relations
Cellular (+47) 41 44 36 10
Bente Slaatten, Corporate Communications
Telephone (+47) 24 15 76 07
Cellular (+47) 91 60 62 15
Øivind Lund, Chairman
Cellular (+47) 91 57 07 00
- Fluoride in water a health hazard – Letter to the Editor Irish Examiner
- Sodium Fluoride – How to Control and Dominate the World by Mass Medication of the Water Supply
- Anti-fluoride activist sees ‘religious crusade’
- Tools of Eugenics: Fluoride
- An Open Letter to John Gormley, Minister For The Environment (Hates Fluoride Loves Water Meters)
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