Tetley Tea joins in chemical cull of British Population

PLEASED ABOUT THE ANTI-OXIDANTS BUT WHAT ABOUT THE RAT POISON?

A sharp eyed wife spotted the words ‘fluoride added’ on a TV Tetley tea advert last night.  Unbelievable.  Tea is known to be contaminated with fluoride as factory emissions are easily absorbed into the tea plants, and many tea plantations are located near to coal-fired power stations or aluminium processing plants.  Toothpastes are deliberately laced with fluoride, as is sprinkling salt, baby foods, 10% of public and even some bottled water.  The government gets as much fluoride into us as it can at every stage of our lives, knowing that it will greatly shorten them by doing so.  Now tea is being proudly advertised as containing ‘The Devil’s Poison’, and no doubt a minimum level is being deliberately maintained. (See Tap Blog recommended books – Fluoride The Devil’s Poison).

mg’s of fuoride per litre of tea.  shorter brewing time cuts the dose.  quick dipping of tea bags could help to save your life and fertility.

Other effects of the DP are helping to sterilise the population.  People used to laugh about bromide, another halogen, being added to the tea in the Army to suppress the libido during the war.  It is no joke.  Fluoride is far more toxic than bromide, and has similar and permanent effects.  This is part of the reason why 25% of British couples cannot conceive a child now.  It also is why so many people die from cancer, as fluoride dismantles the body’s cancer-preventing and  defensive systems.

I was shocked to find that fluoride is added to all British baby foods when we returned to the UK.  This is not the case in the Philippines or Australia where we have sourced formula milk.  My preference would be to feed raw milk to our littl’un as that’s what we all grew up on from age three months in the 1950’s, but the missus has read all the anti-raw milk propaganda put out by the baby milk formula industry, and she won’t have it.  We were feeding him fluoride in British formula milk for one month which I detested, but we now have a supply of Australian from eBay (at quite a price).

The public must be sure that fluoride is the most wonderful substance.  It’s being added to more and more products as each year goes by, and is now advertised as an ingredient to increase sales.  It’s in fact a mass cull of the population being carried out in plain sight, along with chemtrails and other elements of the United Nations depopulation agenda.  Prince Charles heads the UN’s Prince of Wales International Business Leaders Forum where the environmental programme to save the planet by culling humans is managed and delivered (known by the acronym IBLF hiding the fact that it was set up by Prince Charles in 1990).  The corporation that sells Tetley Tea is a member of this group.

Prince Charles will of course ensure his tea comes from a far flung tea plantation where there is no fluoride.  He and his ilk only cull the plebs.

                                              male sperm – the target of the depopulationists.  
        sperm counts have been plummeting since the 1950s,  since the polio vaccine came in.

NOTE –

Tetley, a wholly owned subsidiary of The American Tea Association (formerly Tata Tea ), is the world’s second largest manufacturer and distributor oftea. Tata, separate from India‘s Tata Group, owns Tetley’s manufacturing and distribution business is spread across 40 countries and sells over 60 branded tea bags. It is the largest tea company in the United Kingdom and Canada and the second largest in the United States by volume.
After Tetley was purchased by the Tata Group in 2000, most of its business in Asia was integrated with Tata Tea and the company planned to completely integrate its worldwide business with Tata Tea by 2006. The new group, Tata Tea Group, later renamed Tata Global Beverages, is the second largest manufacturer of tea in the world after Unilever.
EXTRACT from tata.com giving away the cryptic (hidden) association between the Prince of Wales, his IBLF, Tata Tea and the United Nations.
 The awards programme was organised in association with iVolunteer, International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF) and Tata Tea  Jaago Re! as online partners and was supported by the United Nations Volunteers (UNV). Salman Khurshid, union minister for law and justice and Ministry of Minority Affairs, presided over the programme as chief guest and presented the awards to the winners.

TAP – no wonder they’re all hiding from public view when you see what their gameplan is.  Prince Charles has never been publicly interviewed about his United Nations role as head of IBLF.  He is the key player in the United Nations ‘ethical’ i.e. depopulation programmes.  He is a direct descendant of Nathan Mayer Rothschild through both his parents.  


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46 Responses to “Tetley Tea joins in chemical cull of British Population”

  1. Road_Hog says:

    I’ve got some bad news for you Tap. Fluoride occurs naturally in tea and all the other teas have fluoride.

    I did a little research, you have to use the cached link, which gives you a few other examples.

    https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?sclient=psy-ab&hl=en&safe=off&site=&q=cache:pHd3bZ3_xhQJ:http://poisonfluoride.com/pfpc/html/uk_tea.html%2Btetley+tea+fluoride&ct=clnk

    The really worrying bit is this statement:

    “In the UK, the majority of the daily fluoride intake comes from tea, estimated to be providing 70% of total intake (Rao, 1984).”

    That was based on the following medical report:

    Rao GS (1984) Dietary intake and bioavailability of fluoride. Ann Rev Nutr 4; 115-136

    You can’t get it online because it predates the Internet. It’s based on drinking 3 cups of tea a day.

    Looking at the amount of fluoride in tea, I can believe it. This folllowing link has a nice list of fluoride quantities.

    http://www.fluorideandfluorosis.com/britishparliament/Statement5.html

  2. Wasps mate - hornet says:

    Hi Road Hog

    As a known troll, I just want to warn you that your comment maybe deleted by TAP as he doesn’t like a counter argument.

    Personally I thought you made a very good point and didn’t realise it occurs naturally. Interesting.

    Tap, are you making preparations for the end of the world in December? I’ve stocked up on vitamin d tablets just Incase…

  3. Tapestry says:

    read the devils poison listed below. vegetation picks up fluoride disgorged by industrial processes. tea is a case in point. get tea leaves grown away from industrial areas like prince charles does.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I grow my own

  5. Woodsy42 says:

    I had always understood that tea naturally contained fluoride. It was one of the arguments against water fluoridisation some years ago – that the UK as a nation of tea drinkers got enough anyhow.
    It could be that tea’s ‘natural’ fluoride is simply picking up soil contamination, but adding more seems very peculiar, and advertising the fact is even more bizarre.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Its a conspiracy i tells’ya!!!!

  7. Tapestry says:

    Fluoride (or more correctly fluorine) is the most reactive element in nature. Of the halogens, chlorine, bromine etc, fluorine is the most reactive. It powers the space shuttle. It kills rats, and all life forms it comes into contact with. It absorbs into plants through the leaves directly, grabbing them from the air. Cattle fed on fluoride-polluted grass get brittle and deformed bones and die. Humans drinking fluorine-contaminated tea also die if the dose is high enough. Tata manage the dose so not many people die too quickly or we would notice.

    Just wonder why so many are contracting and dying from cancer, why osteoporosis is so common – why depression is rampant (fluoride disables the vital pineal gland). and why sterility is becoming the norm.

  8. Just Asking... says:

    Are you speaking as a qualified expert in chemical compounds or just as another internet expert on the subject.

    There’s a lot of those on this blog.

  9. Tapestry says:

    The Devil’s Poison. Buy it, read it. Youtube ‘the fluoride deception’. You don’t need to be an expert in chemical compounds to understand what fluorine is and what it does to all life forms. Rat poison means it kills rats. As it kills rats, you can be sure it kills humans. That’s why Prince Charles and his merry bunch of corporations like Tata are so keen for the proles to consume as much fluorine as possible. Depopulation agenda write large.

  10. Anonymous says:

    I’m not going to waste my money on a marketing exercise for people with paranoia. Since we’re all being internet experts i present this alternative view on flouride –

    Scientific literature does not support the claims that fluoride adversely affects the immune system, collagen, glucose metabolism, the integrity of genetic material, causes, attention deficit disorder, Alzheimer’s disease, osteoporosis, cancer or AIDS, aggravates kidney disease or hypothyroidism. Anti-fluoridationists and anti-fluoride websites cite “scientific articles”, most of which have methodological problems:

    • They are not from reputable peer-reviewed journals and are not obtainable through a medical or dental library

    • They do not deal with the fluoride compounds that are actually used to fluoridate water

    • They study exposure levels way above that possible at 1 ppm dilution of fluoridated water

    • They inappropriately try to extrapolate data from poorly designed animal or bench-top research with no relationship to the levels of fluoride in drinking water

    Severe cosmetic or dentally injurious fluorosis of teeth or skeletal fluorosis is seen in some people growing up in areas with natural fluorides in 8 to 20 times the concentration as Arcata water. This leaves a wide safety margin for individual consumption.
    Legitimate epidemiological studies have not detected health risks to water fluoridation at 1 ppm.

    Since community water fluoridation was introduced in 1945, more than 50 epidemiologic studies in different populations and at different times have failed to demonstrate an association between fluoridation and the risk of cancer. Mild dental fluorosis (mottling of tooth enamel) can occur, particularly if a child also uses fluoridated toothpaste, but fluorosis does not weaken teeth. Skeletal fluorosis, which is a serious health problem, does not occur from drinking water, but can be an occupational and environmental health risk in the proximity of industries that utilize large amounts of fluoride. In contrast, the benefits of water fluoridation are great and easy to detect.

    A very thorough survey of many US adults (using xrays and clinical diagnoses) found virtually no skeletal fluorosis in a population exposed for many years to natural fluoride in local water at 20 ppm (which is 20 times the recommended concentration). By comparison, in other countries there is fairly common skeletal fluorosis at concentrations half of that (but still 10 times more than in fluoridated drinking water). Clearly other factors must be operative.

    food for thought maybe. But of course i’m going to go out on a limb and make a prediction that i’ll be proved completely wrong by the regular commenters on this blog.

  11. Anonymous says:

    @ Just Asking 11:54

    Qualified ‘Expert’ certainly doesn’t mean you have complete knowledge in an area. Look at 9/11… more ‘qualified experts’ (all with degrees and letters after their names) disagree with the ‘qualified experts’ that are sympathetic to corrupt government/intelligence agencie across the world.

    Sorry, but ‘qualification’ means f’ all. Some of the best researchers in the world past and present don’t/didn’t have degrees. University is just a further level of indoctrination I’m afraid.

    You need to spend time to look at the bigger picture rather than being lazy and just judging comments on here which don’t match the spoon-fed rhetoric.

    ”EXPERT”: ‘[E]X’ is an unknown factor… and ‘[S]PERT]’ is a brief flash of imagination.

    Carry on grazing on the grass.

  12. Tapestry says:

    Money buys science. The Mellon Institute was dubbed ‘science for sale’. Corporations can get anything declared safe or a health benefit merely by paying. That is in fact how the fluoride deception came about.

    Charles Rothschild (both his parents are Queen Victoria’s great grandchildren – Nathan Mayer Rothschild’s daughter) is able to suppress the truth about fluoride by the fact that his family controls the media.

    Keep it simple. Fluoride kills rats. Why would that be? Because it’s good four kid’s teeth, maybe. Mmmmmm.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Interesting re

    Toxic Fluoride

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vwmd6HJXR0M&feature=related

    see 3.30 mins

    HETT

  14. Anonymous says:

    Anon @ 1.30 – To easy to Troll.

    Conspiracy sheep are the easiest trolling subjects.

    All these truthers on 9/11 – so much evidence but no actual fact.

    Carry on being hooked by trolls!

    TAP – there’s alot of ‘science for sale’ scandals going on and it is horrific.

    But like your earlier vaccines cause autism post. Your grazing on the wrong grass again.

  15. Anonymous says:

    I never blindly believe anything i watch on youtube or read on the net.

    It would be stupidity to do so.

    HETT

  16. Tapestry says:

    Trolls are useful. They allow us to repeat key points and restate our case in briefer simpler form. Thank you for your continual assistance to the blog. The compliments are flying today from readers on twitter. Opposition provides oxygen…a principle of politics often forgotten.

  17. And conspiracy nut jobs make excellent trolling subjects as their distorted world views, over inflated egos and childlike behaviour make it easy to get a rise out of.

    So it’s a win win situation.

    As it stands the blog is declining in rankings, TAP is labelling regular readers of the blog trolls if they have an alternative view to his. WASPS credibility is declining after his ‘paralympic bomb attack’ prediction and there is infighting between regular comment jockeys.

    Keep up the good work TAP.

    A satisfied troll. I can reiterate in simpler terms if it will help?

  18. horehound says:

    If the advert did say flouride ADDED then that would be strange, but other than this website I cannot find another mention of it except other websites quoting this as the source, could seeing the word ‘added’ rather than possibly ‘contains’ be a side effect of paranoia rather than a side effect of tea.

  19. Anonymous says:

    Oh by the way, i’ve decided to go for more of an accountability tactic for the tap. I’ve just dropped tetley tea an email. I’m sure they’ll want to all about your accusation that their product is part of a ‘chemical cull of the British population’.

    • horehound says:

      Could you print the response once you get it, it would be interesting to see ,I doubt they would /could just start adding fluoride to their product, but if they are then that is huge, if not then it will be interesting to see if they allow the accusation to stand.

  20. Anonymous says:

    A few excerpts from “50 Reasons to Oppose Fluoridation”:

    1) Fluoride is not an essential nutrient (NRC 1993 and IOM 1997). No disease has ever been linked to a fluoride deficiency. Humans can have perfectly good teeth without fluoride.

    9) The US fluoridation program has massively failed to achieve one of its key objectives, i.e. to lower dental decay rates while holding down dental fluorosis (mottled and discolored enamel), a condition known to be caused by fluoride.

    11) The level of fluoride put into water (1 ppm) is up to 200 times higher than normally found in mothers’ milk (0.005 – 0.01 ppm) (Ekstrand 1981; Institute of Medicine 1997). There are no benefits, only risks, for infants ingesting this heightened level of fluoride at such an early age (this is an age where susceptibility to environmental toxins is particularly high).

    12) Fluoride is a cumulative poison. On average, only 50% of the fluoride we ingest each day is excreted through the kidneys. The remainder accumulates in our bones, pineal gland, and other tissues. If the kidney is damaged, fluoride accumulation will increase, and with it, the likelihood of harm.

    13) Fluoride is very biologically active even at low concentrations. It interferes with hydrogen bonding (Emsley 1981) and inhibits numerous enzymes (Waldbott 1978).

    14) When complexed with aluminum, fluoride interferes with G-proteins (Bigay 1985, 1987).

    15) Fluoride has been shown to be mutagenic, cause chromosome damage and interfere with the enzymes involved with DNA repair in a variety of cell and tissue studies (Tsutsui 1984; Caspary 1987; Kishi 1993 and Mihashi 1996).

    19) Animal experiments show that fluoride accumulates in the brain and exposure alters mental behavior in a manner consistent with a neurotoxic agent (Mullenix 1995).

    20) Five studies from China show a lowering of IQ in children associated with fluoride exposure (Lin Fa-Fu 1991; Li 1995; Zhao 1996; Lu 2000; and Xiang 2003a, b). One of these studies (Lin Fa-Fu 1991) indicates that even just moderate levels of fluoride exposure (e.g. 0.9 ppm in the water) can exacerbate the neurological defects of iodine deficiency.

    21) Studies by Jennifer Luke (2001) showed that fluoride accumulates in the human pineal gland to very high levels. In her Ph.D. thesis Luke has also shown in animal studies that fluoride reduces melatonin production and leads to an earlier onset of puberty (Luke 1997).

    26) The only government-sanctioned animal study to investigate if fluoride causes cancer, found a dose-dependent increase in cancer in the target organ (bone) of the fluoride-treated (male) rats (NTP 1990).

    28) Fluoride administered to animals at high doses wreaks havoc on the male reproductive system – it damages sperm and increases the rate of infertility in a number of different species (Kour 1980; Chinoy 1989; Chinoy 1991; Susheela 1991; Chinoy 1994; Kumar 1994; Narayana 1994a, b; Zhao 1995; Elbetieha 2000; Ghosh 2002 and Zakrzewska 2002).

    31) Fluoridation is unethical because individuals are not being asked for their informed consent prior to medication.

    39) The US Public Health Service first endorsed fluoridation in 1950, before one single trial had been completed (McClure 1970)!

    Take your pick, there’s plenty more in the document. But the best one is the last one:

    50) The Union representing the scientists at US EPA headquarters in Washington DC is now on record as opposing water fluoridation (Hirzy 1999). According to the Union’s Senior Vice President, Dr. William Hirzy:

    “In summary, we hold that fluoridation is an unreasonable risk. That is, the toxicity of fluoride is so great and the purported benefits associated with it are so small – if there are any at all – that requiring every man, woman and child in America to ingest it borders on criminal behavior on the part of governments.”

    Regards

    TSL

  21. Deb says:

    at anon @ 1:30

    Thank you for your post, i think so many people (this blog included) want to go straight to hype rather than considering other sources of evidence. I’ve been a reader of the TAP for a while and it seems TAP is more concerned in forcing his beliefs on to the reader rather than presenting other options to a theory.

    TAP please spend less time troll bashing and more time putting a balanced argument over. It doesn’t look professional to get sucked into an argument with these uneducated trolls.

  22. Anonymous says:

    Here here horehound.

  23. Twig says:

    @Tapestry

    Have you tried Redbush tea?

    • horehound says:

      I’ve not tried redbush but for past two weeks have been drink 7-8 cups a day of their new tea ‘best of both which contains normal Tetley with 28% added green tea, and is really nice ,like tea tasted when you were a kid.Anyway on the pack (half price in sainsburys – bargin) their are claims health benefits ‘soothe your body and mind’ and a mention of membership of the ‘Ethical Tea Partnership’ , which would seem bizarre for a company adding fluoride to their product.

  24. Tapestry says:

    Ethical business practices is a phrase much used by the International Business Leaders Forum, the brainchild of Charles Rothschild. The phrase needs interpreting. Ethical means according to the philosophy of the group, a group whose declared concern is the saving of the environment from mankind and his economic activity.

    That means that feeding rat poison to human beings is ethical, as it leads to their population declining. The earth can return to its wilderness pre-economic development. Killing you dear reader is the declared aim of most giant corporations, as they serve the requirements of the elites.

    • horehound says:

      I am extremely skeptical of any organization which feels the need to put the word ‘ethical’ in its actual name, as if it is admitting that everyone else in the tea business is ‘unethical’.They also have a basic website and generic London address that all these strange groups/ NGO’s / private industry organizations seem to have, though at the end of the day their stamp is on a Tetley tea pack (though hard to find) under top opening.

  25. Anonymous says:

    The smallest spy drone in the world – pic and video

    Read more:

    http://www.gadgetonics.com/2012/07/smallest-spy-drone-in-world-pic-and.html#axzz271Tg6nm1

    The Real HETT

  26. horehound says:

    I have also fired an email off to some of the big supermarkets asking – ‘are all products with ADDED fluoride labeled as such’ , any answer other than yes is interesting as it forces them to produce a black or white answer in writing, instead of arguing/ trolling/not trolling , fire off an email to them, it takes 2 mins and as I say any response is interesting and is surely better that just an endless argument,if you do take the time to email come back and show response.

  27. horehound says:

    Ok have received reply from Sainsburys ( are products which contain ADDED fluoride labeled as such – inc Tetley tea) received response 15 mins later – probably generic saying – ‘ we will look a little deeper ‘ ‘ and get back to you’.
    If you care enough to read this why not email them yourself, the more that do the less they can just ignore the question, you can do it anonymously if you want.
    As this time no response at all from Tetley here or in India ( not sure what time it is in India), no response from ‘Ethical tea council’ ( based in London) or any other supermarket and its 10 mins away from close of UK office hours.

  28. horehound says:

    http://www.ipsos.com/avi – look after after Tetley’s ‘brand health’, I doubt adding fluoride to a product marketed for its health claims does much for brand health, and you can send Tetley a tweet at @tetley_teafolk ,I doubt they get many tweets so I’m sure they would be glad of the odd question, Tetley also have a Facebook site where you can add comment

  29. Julia says:

    You can always drink herbal tea instead, made from your own herbs or even stuff from the hedgerows. Or just boiled water is surprisingly nice. You can also make your own baby food quite easily using organic fruit and veg, sourced from someone you know, not the supermarket. I think it is a good idea to avoid all big corporations, Tetley included, wherever possible. They are all up to no good. Just withdraw your support and custom, and find other ways of doing things. Before long, more and more people follow.

  30. Tapestry says:

    Coffee you can buy the beans and grind them yourself. Chocolate I buy from the farmer. Tea I don’t know how to get hold of without buying it in supermarkets etc. Mind you I haven’t looked yet. It needs to be grown far from cities in clean air. Maybe eBay?

  31. Chris J says:

    Anonymous 1.30 (and anyone else)

    The question that should be asked about fluoride is ‘Why is a known poison added to the water supplies and to toothpaste’? Its a simple question with no kogical answer…

  32. Chris J says:

    logical even..

    • horehound says:

      Ok reply from Tetley in full,

      From – help@tetley.co.uk

      Dear Mark,
      Thanks for your email.I can confirm we don’t add fluoride.
      The tea plant naturally accumulates fluoride from the soil it is grown in.
      Tea leaves are therefore a natural source of fluoride,
      Kind regards,
      Sue

  33. Tapestry says:

    Naturally nothing. Fluoride is disgorged by the factories, mines and smelting plants. It is absorbed into plants from the air. Animals that live nearby such fluoride sources get sick and die. So do humans who drink fluoridated tea, water and so on.

    Fluoride is rat poison. It kills. Tetley should read the book The Devil’s Poison. It is quite possible their staff are not told the real story of fluoride. But their customers should beware. Every bit of fluoride you absorb during your life shortens your life.

  34. horehound says:

    I haven’t read the book but I see its downloadable now so I will give it a read.

  35. Anonymous says:

    I believed that the fluoride in tea was calcium fluoride and read on the internet that this was a natural form and was safe. So I have been continuing to drink tea, organic only, now after reading this article I am confused. Some say that calcium fluoride is safe and is also called fluorite and that it is not absorbed by the body like sodium fluoride which is a waste product, others say that calcium fluoride in tea is absorbed and is similar. One article I have read says fluoride combines with aluminium and then can cross the blood brain barrier and kill brain cells.

    I love drinking tea I leave my black tea bag in my cup as I like the strong taste, this concerns me as it is said that the older the tea leaves, as in black tea as opposed to white or green tea contain more fluoride since they have been there longer absorbing fluoride from the atmosphere and that the longer you steep the bag the more fluoride is released. I believed tea contained high levels of antioxidants particularly green and white tea and also redbush tea. All I drink is tea and water (no soft drinks or juices that come in aluminium lined tetrapaks) also herbal teas of which most of mine contain a proportion of redbush, I am currently drinking redbush.

    I will probably continue drinking tea but perhaps less. There seems to be dangers to alot of things. In large quantities even what is considered harmless or beneficial can kill. Also I think about trying to remove fluoride from tap water by reverse osmosis, this requires a separate filter which contains aluminium, I would not want anything near my drinking water that contained aluminium. Even breathing fresh air is now dangerous as it is full of nanoparticles of toxic chemicles from chemtrails.

    I think of a phrase I once read which said:

    “The formula for happiness is one part control and two parts acceptance”.

  36. Tapestry says:

    I agree. Do what you can. Then enjoy what you have. Calcium fluoride has one tenth the toxicity of sodium fluoride. Tea leaves absorb SF from the air, as do all plants and absorb CF from the ground. Tetley are misleading people by suggesting Fluoride has health advantages, They are members of the Prince Charles IBLF (Tata Tea) that is committed to depopulating the planning, so called ethical behavior.

  37. Anonymous says:

    The tea bags themselves could also be a danger as many contain a chemical called epichlorohydrin. This is a chemical that strengthens the paper and becomes a carcinogen upon contact with water, it is also in some coffee filters.

    I drink organic tea which usually comes in unbleached bags, so I thought the bleaching factor was all that could be wrong with a tea bag. I have been doing internet searches to try and find out which brands of tea use this chemical but I have had no success. Evidently one needs to personally ask the tea company, but I am not sure they would be truthful. Someone said if the box says the bags are biodigradable then they most probably don’t contain epichlorohydrin.

  38. Anonymous says:

    Interesting that Tetly are starting to condition us all to an Alien Invasion – See recent advert.

    Maybe Icke is right….

    “The government will use a fake alien invasion (or maybe not fake) as an excuse for globalisation ‘pulling together’ and war”

    Are Tetly trying to get us used to the idea????

  39. Anonymous says:

    Yes no longer blue bug eyed type ala Argos ads,but something reptilian,demonic looking,very strange,”mass deception” ????

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