Homeland Security Laws Not Enforced

Food, Water Supplies Threatened By Sewage Sludge

If you consider yourself a homeland defender, then demand that the Department of Homeland Security enforce the Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002 to defend us from 700 million tons of infectious waste that’s dumped into our food and water supplies every year. This law is supposed to protect our air, food and water from all deadly threats—domestic and foreign. It isn’t being enforced.

If you consider yourself a homeland defender, demand that the EPA update its risk assessments on the land application of sewage sludge, also known as biosolids. The EPA’s fraudulent sludge rule is outdated and fails to account for radioactive waste, carcinogens, pharmaceuticals and more, not to mention a deadly and unstoppable form of protein known as a prion, which is shed from people with neurodegenerative disease.

land application of sewage sludge

Prions are contributing to the global spike in prion diseases, which also are known as transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (TSE). There is no species barrier to prion disease. A deadly prion is a deadly prion.

Prions earned the Nobel Prize for Dr. Stanley Prusiner in 1997 (after the sludge rule was created by the EPA and its pseudo-scientists). In humans, we know prion disease as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. In other mammals, we know it as mad cow disease and chronic wasting disease, which has now jumped the Atlantic to the reindeer in Norway. Sick deer didn’t cross the ocean to infect the reindeer. Sewage sludge dumped on land is the common denominator. Prion disease has even been found in dolphins and it’s likely what is causing the massive die-offs and beaching of whales. It’s because of groundwater runoff from infected fields and forests.

prion disease

These sick animals are canaries in the proverbial coal mine. If sewage is infecting wildlife, it’s happening to the livestock that produce our meat and dairy products. They just aren’t living long enough to exhibit the clinical symptoms and testing for mad cow disease, for example, isn’t happening in a meaningful manner. The same prion contamination is exposing every person on the planet to deadly neurological disease and other ailments. Our food and water supplies are being contaminated with infectious and toxic sewage. It’s time to outlaw this foolish practice that’s enriching corporations, such as Synagro, Lystek and others. It’s time to purge the institutional corruption within federal, state and local governments that enables this deadly practice.

The largest prion pathway in the world is human sewage sludge and the dumping of it on farms, ranches, forests, playgrounds, golf courses, parks, forests, and beyond. This illegal dumping of infectious waste is reckless and it’s contributing to a public health disaster. 

Neurodegenerative disease is the fastest-growing cause of death in the world. Sewage isn’t fuel, fertilizer or a safe source of drinking water. Unfortunately, it’s the source of deadly and unstoppable disease. It’s time to manage sewage responsibly.

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