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Submitted By Cathy Justus – April 26, 2022

The story below is known as the “Denora, Pennsylvania Incident”.  Christopher Bryson’s book “The Fluoride Deception” that came out in the early 2000s,  gives detailed descriptions of what happened there, how many died from their acute fluoride poisoning, and the effects this poisoning had on the ones who were lucky enough to live.  This book goes into detail on other aspects of fluoride too.  This book is a page turner!  One third of this book is references that reveal so much more about fluorides toxic effects.  No wonder fluoridated city water was the culprit in killing 8 of our horses and 4 of our dogs and other horses in Pagosa Springs.  Dr. Krook PhD, DVM from Cornell University revealed this through in depth scientific necropsy.

There is another book called “Fluoride, The Aging Factor” which also tells of the Denora, Penn. fluoride poisoning and other damning science related to fluoride. 


So many lies and so much deceit, and since most have never heard of it, but been lied to that fluoride is a good thing, they think anyone telling the truth is whacky and a conspiracy theorist.  I guess that is part of the plan by the promoters of this lie and so many other lies.

This is a current story with a sordid past……and oh so many lies told to us by our government.

By Jon Rappoport – April 21, 2022

Faced with toxic fluorides destroying food crops, animal and human life; and with law suits piling up, atomic scientists decided they could distract the nation by promoting fluorides as a beneficial tooth treatment…

In 1944, “a severe pollution incident” occurred in New Jersey, near the DuPont plant in Deepwater where the company was trying to build the first A-bomb. A fluoride incident. Farmers’ peach and tomato crops were destroyed. Horses and cows became crippled. Some cows had to graze on their bellies. Tomato crops (normally sold to the Campbell Company for soups) were contaminated with fluorides.

April 2022; Kelen McBreen, at infowars, has the first half of the story:

“A New Jersey man is leading the charge to unveil the truth about why around 100 former staff and students of Colonia High School have all come down with the exact same ‘rare’ brain cancer called glioblastoma.”

“The individual fighting to expose what’s behind the ‘extremely’ rare malignant brain tumors is 50-year-old Al Lupiano, who battled the cancer personally along with his wife and sister.”

“Lupiano was diagnosed at 29-years-old, but after his family members came down with the uncommon cancer he started reaching out to people in his area to ask some questions.”

“To his shock, Lupiano soon learned that dozens of people who attended or worked at Colonia High School in the 70s, 80s and 90s had all come down with cancer their doctors said were ‘super rare’.”

“One doctor described their patient’s cancer as something a person would get from ‘living next to a power plant contaminating drinking water,’ and another MD said their patient’s tumor was similar to what was seen in an ‘agent orange’ victim from the Vietnam war.”

“After Lupiano reached out to the mayor of the city where the school is located, investigations were called for.”

“Regarding what might be causing the rare cancers to be concentrated in such a small area and specific group of people, Lupiano said, ‘What I find alarming is there’s truly only one environmental link to primary brain tumors, and that’s ionizing radiation. It’s not contaminated water. It’s not air. It’s not something in soil. It’s not something done to us due to bad habits’.”

“One potential contributor is a nearby uranium plant which was used during the Manhattan Project to help develop and ship uranium ore for nuclear bombs.”

“Many locals fear the nuclear site, just eleven miles away, could have contaminated the soil at the school.”

—Now here is the second half of the story. I covered it almost 10 years ago:

Fluorides, the atomic bomb, and fake news

Faced with toxic fluorides destroying food crops, animal and human life; and with law suits piling up, atomic scientists decided they could distract the nation by promoting fluorides as a beneficial tooth treatment…

In 1997, Joel Griffiths and Chris Bryson, two respected mainstream journalists, peered into an abyss. They found a story about fluorides that was so chilling it had to be told.

The Christian Science Monitor, who had assigned the story, never published it.

Their ensuing article, “Fluoride, Teeth, and the Atomic Bomb,” has been posted on a number of websites.

Griffiths discovered hundreds of documents from the World War 2 era. These included papers from the Manhattan Project, launched to build the first A-bomb.

Griffiths/Bryson write: “Fluoride was the key chemical in atomic bomb production…millions of tons…were essential for the manufacture of bomb-grade uranium and plutonium for nuclear weapons throughout the Cold War.”

The documents reveal that fluoride was the most significant health hazard in the US A-bomb program, for workers and for communities around the manufacturing facilities.

Griffiths/Bryson: “Much of the original proof that fluoride is safe for humans in low doses was generated by A-bomb program scientists, who had been secretly ordered to provide ‘evidence useful in litigation’ [against persons who had been poisoned by fluoride and would sue for damages]… The first lawsuits against the US A-bomb program were not over radiation, but over fluoride damage, the [government] documents show.”

A-bomb scientists were told they had to do studies which would conclude that fluorides were safe.

The most wide-reaching study done was carried out in Newburgh, New York, between 1945 and 1956. This was a secret op called “Program F.” The researchers obtained blood and tissue samples from people who lived in Newburgh, through the good offices of the NY State Health Department.

Griffiths/Bryson found the original and secret version of this study. Comparing it to a different sanitized version, the reporters saw that evidence of adverse effects from fluorides had been suppressed by the US Atomic Energy Commission.

Other studies during the same period were conducted at the University of Rochester. Unwitting hospital patients were given fluorides to test out the results.

Griffiths/Bryson uncovered a 1944 Manhattan Project memo which states: “Clinical evidence suggests that uranium hexafluoride may have a rather marked central nervous system effect…it seems most likely that the F [fluoride] component rather than the [uranium] is the causative factor.”

The 1944 memo was sent to the head of the Manhattan Project Medical Section, Colonel Stafford Warren. Warren was asked to give his okay to do animal studies on fluorides’ effects on the CNS. He immediately did give his approval.

But records of the results of this approved project are missing. Most likely classified.

In 1944, “a severe pollution incident” occurred in New Jersey, near the DuPont plant in Deepwater where the company was trying to build the first A-bomb. A fluoride incident. Farmers’ peach and tomato crops were destroyed. Horses and cows became crippled. Some cows had to graze on their bellies. Tomato crops (normally sold to the Campbell Company for soups) were contaminated with fluorides.

The people of the Manhattan Project were terrified of lawsuits and ensuing revelations about the toxic nature of their work.

The farmers began to bring lawsuits. Big PR problem.

The lawsuits were settled quietly, for pittances.

Griffiths/Bryson found a Manhattan Project memo that stated: “Would there be any use in making attempts to counteract the local fear of fluoride on the part of residents [near the A-bomb facility]…through lectures on F [fluoride] toxicology and perhaps the usefulness of F in tooth health?”

Griffiths/Bryson write: “Such lectures were indeed given, not only to New Jersey citizens but to the rest of the nation throughout the Cold War.”

This was a launching pad for fluorides as “successful dental treatments.”

Now you know why promoting toxic fluorides as a dental treatment was so important to government officials.

ARE FLUORIDES AT THE HEART OF THE NEW JERSEY CLUSTER OF CANCER CASES?

Jon also writes at NoMoreFakeNews.com and OutsideTheRealityMachnine.com

One thought on “Cluster of rare New Jersey cancers connected to fluorides?”
  1. a quote from one of many articles readily available: “The Middlesex Sampling Plant, which has since closed, is located on 9.6 acres, about a 30-minute driving from Colonia.

    It “was an entry point for African uranium ores known as pitchblende” that were “imported for use in the nation’s early atomic energy program, were assayed at the Middlesex Sampling Plant and then shipped to other sites for processing,” according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) New York Division.”
    Just Google “New Jersey rare cancer” Every single article mentions that the school is located very near to a place that developed atomic bomb technology, using various radioactive materials.

    The plant received uranium, thorium and beryllium ores between the 1940s and 1967, which is the same year Colonia High School was built.

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