Washington state is on the verge of legalizing the “composting” of human remains, which advocates say will create a new source of “organic fertilizer” for food crops. But this so-called “organic fertilizer” is actually a toxic and just plain disgusting bio-goo that will easily make its way into sewage systems, only to be “recycled” and turned into toxic biosludge.
With a bipartisan majority, legislators in Washington were able to pass Bill 5001, entitled, “Concerning human remains,” that, effective May 1, 2020, will open the floodgates for dead humans to be turned into crop “food” – something that supporters of the idea say will make the state more “sustainable” and “green.”
Wes McMahan, a retired cardiovascular intensive-care nurse, reportedly testified in favor of the bill, which awaits the signature of Governor Jay Inslee. Should Bill 5001 be signed into law as some expect, McMahan will finally get his wish to be turned into growing soil when he dies.
“When I’m done with this body that served me very well for the past 64 years, do I want to poison it with formaldehyde and other embalming chemicals? No,” McMahon is quoted as saying to The Seattle Times.
“Burned? Not my first choice. But what about all the bacteria I’ve worked with so long in this body – do I want to give them a chance to do what they do naturally? I believe in doing things as naturally as possible.”
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The only problem is that most people’s bodies, especially in America today, are loaded with toxic chemicals that, formaldehyde or not, will be left over in composted bio-goo – chemicals that are pulverized and incinerated during traditional cremation.
This new “liquid” cremation method preserves not only the “nutrients” in dead people’s bodies, but also anything else that’s accumulated over time – think chemical pesticides and herbicides, pharmaceuticals, dioxins, fire-retardant chemicals, and pretty much anything else you can imagine.
No mention is made in Bill 5001 about these toxins and how they’ll impact not only water supplies, but also the soils into which they’re deposited. Will any efforts be made to “purify” liquid cremated remains? The answer is: probably not.
According to the findings of a 2001 study published in The Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases, biosludge without human compost is already a toxic stew of pathogens, heavy metals, and “environmentally persistent chemicals such as polychlorinated biphenyls and dioxins.”
All of these poisons are right now being dumped on crop land across the United States – and most Americans don’t even know this is happening – and now legislators want to add dead bodies into the mix.
All of this and more is covered in the groundbreaking film Biosludged, which you can learn more about at this link.
“Biosludged reveals how the EPA is committing science fraud to allow the ongoing poisoning of our world with toxic sewage sludge that’s being spread on food crops. The criminality and fraud of what’s exposed in this film is truly mind-blowing,” says Mike Adams, the Health Ranger.
“The film also features many other scientists, researchers and citizen activists who are all working to shine the light on the grotesque practice of cities spreading toxic sewage sludge on farms, crop lands, city parks and forests.”
You can watch Biosludged in its entirety for free at BrighteonFilms.com.
There are also many additional articles and feature pieces at NaturalNews.com where you can learn more about biosludge, how it came to be, and where it’s all headed next now that human compost is being pushed as a “solution” to traditional burial or cremation.
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