Thursday, 5 April 2012

Alcoa (Aluminum Corporation of America) Inc.

Fluoride is the by-product of a process used by Alcoa, to manufacture Aluminum. They convinced the U.S government that fluoride could prevent cures. ~ By Duncan Munro & Auke Bay

At its 6,500-acre site in Goose Creek, South Carolina, Alcoa's Mt. Holly facility annually smelts 235,000 tons of primary aluminum. The plant was constructed in 1977, and according to the location's website, is the most advanced plant of its type in the United States.

The 'Alcoa Aluminum company' transferred its sodium fluoride production technology to Germany in 1939. The 'Dow Chemical Company' transmitted its experience and technology to Germany in the same period.

This was before the war between America and Germany. This means that the U.S. was transmitting technology to Germany which allowed them to experiment on select elements of the European population. After the war, Nazi scientists and the results of experiments were then brought back to the United States under 'Operation Paperclip'.

Edward L. Bernays, the nephew of Sigmund Freud and the most influential public relations master of the twentieth century, admitted to his role in engineering the push for nationwide fluoridation.

~ THE FLUORIDE DECEPTION by Christopher Bryson


In 1932, Gerda von Krueger, one of Lange's students, became involved in fluorophosphates research as part of the work for her PhD thesis. In the document, I. G. Farben is mentioned as to being given findings for evaluation for the use of pest control.

Lange felt these compounds might be useful for pest control and offered them to I. G. Farben Industry for evaluation. But the company apparently had no interest at that time.

Within two years (1934) I. G. Farben had changed its mind and began its own developmental program.
~ Monofluorophosphate History:

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