"Contraceptives will become a form of "drug warfare" against the helpless in this nation." Jesse Jackson, 1971



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Family Planning — A Special and Urgent Concern

taken from Planned Parenthood website:

by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
How white racism is deplored using information management

Chemical Warfare

NOTE: *The Mirena (*IUD) is intended to initially release a daily dose of 20 micrograms levonorgestrel (a progestin), ie. pesticide.

links:


Persistency


One way to classify chemical warfare agents is according to their persistency, a measure of the length of time that a chemical agent remains effective after dissemination. Chemical agents are classified as persistent or nonpersistent.

Note: Depending on the type, a single IUD is approved for 5 to 10 years, and trials have demonstrated the copper T 380A to be effective for at least 12 years.
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Agents classified as nonpersistent lose effectiveness after only a few minutes or hours.


Apart from the agent used, the delivery mode is very important. To achieve a nonpersistent deployment, the agent is dispersed into very small droplets comparable with the mist produced by an aerosol can. In this form not only the gaseous part of the agent (around 50%) but also the fine aerosol can be inhaled or taken up by the skin.

Modern doctrine requires very high concentrations almost instantly in order to be effective (one breath should contain a lethal dose of the agent).

Persistent agents tend to remain in the environment for as long as several weeks, complicating decontamination. Defense against persistent agents requires shielding for extended periods of time. Non-volatile liquid agents, such as blister agents and the oily VX nerve agent, do not easily evaporate into a gas, and therefore present primarily a contact hazard.



Pharmaceutical pollution in the Nation’s rivers and streams


A number of scientific studies, (in addition to The USGS national study) have found Prozac and other pharmaceutical drugs in 80 percent of the Nation’s streams, with mixtures of the chemicals occurring at 75 percent of the sites; even in the drinking water in some places. A federal agency's survey of 95 chemicals in U.S. rivers and streams has unveiled what the survey's leader calls "a real cocktail of various compounds."

The chemicals studied included antibiotics, pharmaceuticals, human and veterinary drugs, hormones, detergents, disinfectants, insecticides, fire retardants, prescription drugs, pesticides, other organic wastewater compounds, and household chemicals; such as "detergents and fragrances".

The USGS conducted a national study of emerging contaminants that included sites in the Bay watershed and the Nation. (Kolpin and others, 2002).



"The drugs are reaching the enviroment in various ways. People often flush expired uneeded medication down the toilet, and traces of medication linger in human waste. Sewage treatment plants cannot filter out the drugs completely, and they are released with treated wasted back into the enviroment." Toxic Bibliography



NOTE: USGS is a acronym for U.S. Geological Survey



During the study, samples were analyzed for 95 different emerging contaminants. The most common groups detected were steroids, nonprescription drugs, and insect repellent. Only 14 compounds have human or ecological health criteria, and measured levels rarely exceeded any of the standards or criteria. However, little is known about the majority of the compounds or their mixtures. The chemicals found most frequently were steroids (from plant and animal sources), caffeine, and components of insect repellent.



The median concentration detected for each group of chemicals was always less than 1.0 [micro] g/L, but some individual samples were much higher.

The maximum reading for detergent metabolites substances produced by metabolism or by a metabolic process.

Mentioned in: Interactions was 55.6 steroids reached a peak of 18.3 [micro] g/L, and plasticizers plasticizers

mostly triaryl phosphates, such as tricresyl, triphenyl phosphates, which are poisonous. See also triorthocresyl phosphate. topped out at 17.4 [micro] g/L.



While little is known about the environmental health effects of many of the chemicals, 46 are known to be pharmacologically active, and 33 are known to be hormonally active.

"That's a particular concern", to Rebecca Goldburg, a senior scientist with the advocacy organization Environmental Defense, because she says, "Such substances can have a biologic impact at very low doses".



Levonorgestrel usage

Oral contraception

At low doses, levonorgestrel is used in monophasic and triphasic formulations of combined oral contraceptive pills, with available monophasic doses ranging from 100-250 µg, and triphasic doses of 50 µg/75 µg/125 µg.

At very low daily dose of 30 µg, levonorgestrel is used in some progestogen only pill formulations.



NOTE: Norgestrel

Norgestrel is a progestin used in hormonal contraceptives. Norgestrel is a mixture of two stereoisomers, dextro-norgestrel (CAS# 797-64-8) and levo-norgestrel (CAS# 797-63-7). Only levonorgestrel is biologically active. Therefore, while some medications may contain dextronorgestrel, they are often labeled in terms of their levonorgestrel content only, ignoring the inert isomer.



Chemistry

Chemically, it is a hormonally active levorotatory enantiomer of the racemic mixturenorgestrel. It is a gonane progestin derived from 19-nortestosterone.


Its in vitro relative binding affinities at human steroid hormone receptors are: 323% that of progesterone at the progesterone receptor, 58% that of testosterone at the androgen receptor, 17% that of aldosterone at the mineralocorticoid receptor, 7.5% that of cortisol at the glucocorticoid receptor, and <0.02% that of estradiol at the estrogen receptor.

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The Mirena IUD, Plan B, and Birth Control pills are are Organophosphate pesticides (Nerve Agents)created by IG Farben

Pesticide

Many studies have indicated that pesticide exposure is associated with long-term health problems such as respiratory problems, memory disorders, dermatologic conditions,[41][42] cancer,[43] depression,[44] neurological deficits,[45][46] miscarriages, and birth defects.[ Summaries of peer-reviewed research *(listed below) have examined the link between pesticide exposure and neurologic outcomes and cancer, perhaps the two most significant things resulting in organophosphate-exposed workers.[57][58]



California Prop. 65

The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 (Proposition 65) provides two mechanisms for administratively listing chemicals which are known to the State to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity [Health and Safety Code Section 25249.8(b)]. One mechanism by which a chemical is listed is if a body considered to be authoritative by the state’s qualified experts has formally identified it as causing cancer or reproductive toxicity. The following have been identified as authoritative bodies for purposes of the Act:









  • the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA),
  • the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC),
  • the National Toxicology Program (NTP),
  • the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

  • ,and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).


According to researchers from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), licensed pesticide applicators who used chlorinated pesticides on more than 100 days in their lifetime were at greater risk of diabetes. One study found that associations between specific pesticides and incident diabetes ranged from a 20 percent to a 200 percent increase in risk. New cases of diabetes were reported by 3.4 percent of those in the lowest pesticide use category compared with 4.6 percent of those in the highest category. Risks were greater when users of specific pesticides were compared with applicators who never applied that chemical.[59][60]







*Here's an Updated list of Chemical Pesticides:





*Misoprostol has been added unto the list w/ Levonorgestrel,



("Levonorgestrel" is a pesticide. Releases 20-to 50 mg daily in low doses. Located in:











  • The Mirena implant *IUD contraceptive"
  • oral contraceptive pill,
  • and over the counter abortion pill).

Type in "Levonorgestrel" in search window
or go to Updated 2009 Prop 65 list.
http://www.oehha.ca.gov/prop65/prop6...ngle091009.pdf


*Oral contraception

At low doses, levonorgestrel is used in monophasic and triphasic formulations of combined oral contraceptive pills, with available monophasic doses ranging from 100-250 µg, and triphasic doses of 50 µg/75 µg/125 µg.

At very low daily dose of 30 µg, levonorgestrel is used in some progestogen only pillformulations.

type in "Levonorgestrel" in Chemical Name Search
PAN Pesticides Database: Chemical Active Ingredient Search



Organophosphates as nerve agents

History of nerve agents

Early pioneers in the field include Jean Louis Lassaigne (early 1800s) and Philip de Clermount (1854). In 1932, German chemist Willy Lange and his graduate student, Gerde von Krueger, first described the cholinergic nervous system effects of organophosphates, noting a choking sensation and a dimming of vision after exposure. This discovery later inspired German chemist Gerhard Schrader at company IG Farben in the 1930s to experiment with these compounds as insecticides. Their potential use as chemical warfare agents soon became apparent, and the Nazi government put Schrader in charge of developing organophosphate (in the broader sense of the word) Nerve gases.



Organophosphate pesticides (as well as sarin and VX nerve agent) irreversibly inactivate acetylcholinesterase, which is essential to nerve function in insects, humans, and many other animals. Organophosphate pesticides affect this enzyme in varied ways, and thus in their potential for poisoning. For instance, parathion, one of the first OPs commercialized, is many times more potent than malathion, an insecticide used in combatting the Mediterranean fruit fly (Med-fly) and West Nile Virus-transmitting mosquitoes.


Organophosphate poisoning

Many organophosphates are potent nerve agents, functioning by inhibiting the action of acetylcholinesterase (AChE) in nerve cells. They are one of the most common causes of poisoning worldwide, and are frequently intentionally used in suicides in agricultural areas. Their toxicity is not limited to the acute phase, however, and chronic effects have long been noted. Neurotransmitters such as acetylcholine (which is affected by organophosphate pesticides) are profoundly important in the brain's development, and many OPs have neurotoxic effects on developing organisms, even from low levels of exposure.


Signs of organophosphate poisoning include:









the signs and symptoms of onset of organophosphorous poisoning: At first:
  • Person feels sick
  • Complains of headache
  • General weakness or tiredness
Then
  • Person begins to sweat and salivate, may and have diarrhea
  • Complains of stomach cramps
  • Pupils (of the eyes) become very small
  • Person may mention blurred vision
  • Muscles twitch and hands shake
  • Breathing becomes bubbly
  • Person has a fit and becomes unconscious



Malathion


Malathion spraying for Mosquitos in Winnipeg video:


(*Clearly they have their windows up while they are spraying poisons on people!)





Spraying Malathion without written public notice, health concerns, or side effects



Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz, says "Spraying malathion, a suspected human chemical carcinogen and known immune system blocker, or its alternate, Anvil 10:10, violates a basic tenant of public health practice that requires foreknowledge of the risks and proven benefits of the policy before it is implemented, he says."







Two Brooklynites were among a large group

playing basketball when spray truck sprayed toxic Melathion

pesticides on them without warning, between

4th and 5th Avenues in Sunset Park.









Malathion, itself, is of low toxicity; however, absorption or ingestion into the human body readily results in its metabolism to malaoxon, which is substantially more toxic.



Malaoxon is a breakdown product of malathion. It is more toxic than malathion.



Health Hazard



Symptoms of exposure to this type of compound include cholinesterase inhibition, miosis, frontal headache, increased bronchial secretion, nausea, ing, sweating, abdominal cramps, diarrhea, lacrimation, increased salivation, bradycardia, cyanosis and muscular twitching of the eyelids, tongue, face and neck, possibly progressing to convulsions. Other symptoms include hyperemia of the conjunctiva, dimness of vision, rhinorrhea, bronchoconstriction, cough, fasciculation, anorexia, incontinence, eye changes, weakness, dyspnea, bronchospasm, hypotension or hypertension due to asphyxia, restlessness, anxiety, dizziness, drowsiness, tremor, ataxia, depression, confusion, neuropathy (rare), coma and death from depression of respiratory or cardiovascular systems. Exposure to this type of compound may result in giddiness, nervousness, blurred vision, discomfort (tightness) in chest, papilledema, muscular weakness, loss of reflexes, loss of sphincter control, cardiac arrhythmias, various degrees of heart block and cardiac arrest. It may also result in spasm of accommodation, aching pain in and about the eye, nystagmus, delayed distal axonopathy and parethesias and paralysis of limbs. A decrease in blood pressure may occur. Respiratory failure may also occur.






continued...~



Schrader's laboratory discovered the G series of weapons, which included Sarin, Tabun, and Soman. The Nazis produced large quantities of these compounds, though did not use them during World War II. British scientists experimented with a cholinergic organophosphate of their own, called diisopropylfluorophosphate (DFP), during the war. The British later produced VX nerve agent, which was many times more potent than the G series, in the early 1950s.



After World War II, American companies gained access to some information from Schrader's laboratory, and began synthesizing organophosphate pesticides in large quantities. Parathion was among the first marketed, followed by malathion and azinphosmethyl. The popularity of these insecticides increased after many of the organochlorine insecticides like DDT, dieldrin, and heptachlor were banned in the 1970s . *see video above






Zyklon B



Zyklon B (*now manufactured under Acrylonitrile and Uragan D2) was under license from patentholder IG Farben. The trade name of a cyanide-based pesticide infamous for its use by Nazi Germany against human beings in gas chambers of extermination camps during the Holocaust. In early 1942, Zyklon B had been selected by the Nazi Regime as the preferred extermination tool for both the Auschwitz-Birkenau and Majdanekextermination camps during the Holocaust. The chemical insecticide claimed the lives of roughly 1.2 million people in these camps



It consisted of hydrogen cyanide (prussic acid, Blausäure in German, hence B[1]), a stabilizer, and a warning odorant that was impregnated onto various substrates, typically small absorbent pellets, fibre discs, or diatomaceous earth. Zyklon B was stored in airtight containers; when exposed to air, the material released gaseoushydrogen cyanide (HCN).



Hydrogen cyanide forms in at least limited amounts from many combinations of hydrogen, carbon, and ammonia. Hydrogen cyanide is currently produced in great quantities by several processes, as well as being a recovered waste product from the manufacture of acrylonitrile.





RU -486 Mifepristone *Abortion pill



Rousell Uclaff is a division of Hoechst AG, a large worldwide chemical corporation that was founded in 1863 in Germany. This small company with, only 5 employees, manufactured chemical dyes. In 1925, several German chemical companies merged into a single corporation with the name IG Farbenindustrie, Inc. (IG Farben) World War I created a demand for chemical products. After WWI, the devastated German government gave IG full government support by eliminating taxes and loaning the company funds.



In 1945 the German army surrendered to the allied powers ending World War 2 in Europe. WWII left Germany humiliated and economically devastated. The Nuremberg trials were conducted to punish those who had committed claimed the lives of roughly 1.2 million people in extermination camps.



I.G. Farben, the corporation that provided the German army with the gas Zyklon B was found guilty of war crimes. The International Military Tribunal ordered the corporation to disband. The result of the disbanding of I.G. Farben was the creation of several smaller corporations. One of these corporations called Hoechst AG grew to become a prosperous company with many subsidiaries. Hoechst AG did not die like the court had intended.



In 1980 a group of French scientists accidentally synthesized a molecule that chemically resembles the hormone progesterone. This molecule has a unique ability to bond the progesterone receptor cells and block their normal activity. The result of the molecule's activity is to block the hormone progesterone, vital to maintaining a pregnancy. The Drug was not invented with the goal of terminating pregnancy, however by the time it was synthesized there was the demand for a new and simplified abortion technique.



The drug first entered the spotlight in 1982 and the controversy erupted shortly after. In 1988 the after extensive testing the French government accepted Mifepristone for public use. The drug is now commonly known as RU 486, the name assigned by the inventor Rousell-Uclaf, a division of the chemical company Hoechst AG. The drug was removed from circulation in France only a month after it was released for public use. The drug was removed by Rousell's CEO Wolfgang Hilger; a devout Catholic after Rousell Uclaf was flooded with letters from outraged Roman Catholic doctors, and after Church-sponsored protests marched through the streets of Paris.





Here's it's New name Levonorgestrel:



Plan B/ Levonorgestrel, How It Works, CNN Sanjay Gupta



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17 year olds can now get it without a prescription



also a known Toxic Pesticide.





What's odd is that, Barr Pharmaceuticals, manufacuturer of Plan B is a division of:



Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (Hebrew: טבע תעשיות פרמצבטיות בע"מ‎), NASDAQ: TEVA is an international pharmaceutical company headquartered in Petah Tikva, Israel. It specializes in generic and proprietary pharmaceuticals and active pharmaceutical ingredients. It is the largest generic drug manufacturer in the world and one of the 20 largest pharmaceutical companies worldwide.[1] In 2008, its sales totaled $11.08 billion, of which a major portion was in Europe and North America. After its acquisition of U.S. rival Ivax Corporation in January 2006, the company has about 28,000 employees in 50 countries. Teva's facilities are located in Israel, North America, Europe, and Latin America. Teva is now the tenth largest company by market capitalization on the Nasdaq just behind Gilead (feb 2009), and is a member of both the NASDAQ-100 and TA-25 Index (in which it represents 9.5% of the total Index value).




Israel also has a pronatalist policy for its Jewish population, and actively encourages Jewish women to have many children. This policy, however, does not extend to Israel's Arab citizens, who, representing 20 percent of Israel's population, have a higher birth rate and a younger median age than do Israeli Jews. Assisted conception and infertility treatments in Israel are the most advanced in the region, and state subsidies render these services affordable for all Israeli citizens, Arabs and Jews alike.






Fritz Haber


"Father of Chemical Warfare"





Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1918 for his development for synthesizing ammonia important for fertilizers and explosives. Then, Director of Berlin-Dahlem, and supervisor of "Zyklon B"; preferred "extermination tool" for Khazarian Jews, Catholics, African-Germans, ethnic Poles, the Romani, Soviet civilians, Soviet prisoners of war, people with disabilities, homosexuals, Jehovah's Witnesses, and other political and religious opponents






(9 December 1868 – 29 January 1934)




Jewish Chemist









wow...This is the Chicken coming home to roost.






List of Nerve agent Pesticides:



Mandatory Sterilization for Black Youth






Spraying Malathion without written public notice, health concerns, or side effects.






This Truck Came By My House Last Night Spraying Chemicals While I Was Outside!



Combined oral contraceptive pill contains

Levonorgestrel




Zyklon B



Bayer, Hoechst AG, IG Farben and Nazi Germany [and RU-486 Abortions pill]

By Matt Burg








The Pesticide Chemical Search and type in: Levonorgestrel





Mifepristone known as RU-486



Hydrogen cyanide (Uragan D2)




Misoprostol



type in: Acrylonitrile



Pesticide and Organophosphate









Fritz Haber






Israel also has a pronatalist policy for its Jewish population






Mirena Side Effects Support Forum










































IUD contraceptives are Toxic Pesticides! *Levonorgestrel in IUD is Toxic Pesticide!



The intrauterine system (IUS) is a long acting reversible hormonal contraceptive device that is placed in the uterus. An IUS has a hormone cylinder that releases a progestin (progestogen) called levonorgestrel. The only brand currently available is the T-frame LNG-20 IUS, marketed as Mirena Coil by * Schering Health and * Berlex Laboratories (*Bayer).



The term IUS is used in the United Kingdom to distinguish the hormonal intrauterine contraceptive from copper-based intrauterine devices (IUDs). In the United States, all intrauterine contraceptives are referred to with the term IUD.[1]




Progestasert was the first hormonal uterine device, developed in 1976 and manufactured until 2001. It released progesterone, was replaced annually, and had a failure rate of 2% per year.








As of 2007, the LNG-20 IUS - marketed as Mirena by Bayer - is the only IntraUterine System available. First introduced in 1990, it releases levonorgestrel (a progestogen) and may be used for five years






Norgestrel

Norgestrel is a progestin used in hormonal contraceptives. Norgestrel is a mixture of two stereoisomers, dextro-norgestrel (CAS# 797-64-8) and levo-norgestrel (CAS# 797-63-7). Only levonorgestrel is biologically active. Therefore, while some medications may contain dextronorgestrel, they are often labeled in terms of their levonorgestrel content only, ignoring the inert isomer.



Mechanisms of contraception

The Mirena (*IUD) is intended to initially release a daily dose of 20 micrograms levonorgestrel (a progestin).






PAN Pesticides Database search:- Chemicals

Proposition 65 - Notices of Intent to List





B. The following chemicals have been determined by OEHHA to meet the criteria set forth in 22 CCR, Section 12902 for listing based on a formal requirement for labeling or identification as causing reproductive toxicity:



Toxicological Endpoints: female reproductive toxicity

Levonorgestrel implants identified as the "most toxic" of a set of pesticides


Notice to Interested Parties

Notice of Intent to List Chemicals: 31 Chemicals

[12/05/97]


also try:

The Pesticide Chemical Search and type in: Levonorgestrel








Norgestrel Indicates high toxicity in the given toxicological category





Reproductive Toxin







Chemical

1






















































Reproductive or developmental toxicants, as designated by the state of California's Proposition 65 list.




Reproductive and developmental toxicity


Some pesticides are known to cause birth defects or interfere with normal development. Weight-of-the-evidence evaluations of this type of toxicity have been conducted by the State of California and by the U.S. EPA under its Toxics Release Inventory program.


Many pesticides that disrupt endocrine functions also cause reproductive and developmental harm, as well as other adverse effects.


California Proposition 65 List

Pesticides determined by the state of California to cause reproductive and developmental harm, e.g., birth defects, infertility, sterility and impairment of normal growth and development. A list of chemicals "known to the State to cause reproductive and developmental toxicity" is maintained by the State of California under the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 (Proposition 65).


Norgestrel/ Bayer...~IG Farben

Peace be upon you







Warning!!! Below is photo of Mirena that perforated Uterus






Mirena IUD Side Effects







CureZone.com Educating Instead of Medicating: IUD *Minera forum



Did anyone see this
Did Anyone See This?!!














This is actually used as a pesticide. And is it considered a pesticide based on other criteria.
























The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 (Proposition 65) provides two mechanisms for administratively listing chemicals which are known to the State to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity [Health and Safety Code Section 25249.8(b)]. One mechanism by which a chemical is listed is if a body considered to be authoritative by the state’s qualified experts has formally identified it as causing cancer or reproductive toxicity. The following have been identified as authoritative bodies for purposes of the Act:
  • the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA),
  • the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC),
  • the National Toxicology Program (NTP),
  • the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

  • ,and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).
The criteria for listing chemicals through the authoritative bodies mechanism are set forth in Title 22, California Code of Regulations (22 CCR),Section 12306.



The Act also provides another mechanism for the administrative listing of a chemical, that is if a state or federal agency has formally required that the chemical be labeled or identified as causing cancer or reproductive toxicity. The criteria for listing chemicals through this mechanism are set forth in 22 CCR, Section 12902.



Reproductive and developmental toxicity are known to cause birth defects or interfere with normal development. Weight-of-the-evidence evaluations of this type of toxicity have been conducted by the State of California and by the U.S. EPA under its Toxics Release Inventory program.

here is Prop 65's website:








B. The following chemicals have been determined by OEHHA to meet the criteria set forth in 22 CCR, Section 12902 for listing based on a formal requirement for labeling or identification as causing reproductive toxicity:















ChemicalCAS No.Toxicological EndpointsReferences
Amoxapine14028-44-5developmental toxicityFDA (1988a)
Beclomethasone dipropionate5534-09-8developmental toxicityFDA (1988b)
Clobetasol propionate25122-46-7developmental toxicity female reproductive toxicityFDA (1995a)
Codeine phosphate52-28-8developmental toxicityFDA (1989)
Flunisolide3385-03-3developmental toxicity female reproductive toxicityFDA (1984)
Fluticasone propionate80474-14-2developmental toxicityFDA (1995b)
Histrelin acetate---developmental toxicityFDA (1991)
Levonorgestrel implants797-63-7female reproductive toxicityFDA (1995c)




Pesticide Action Network (PAN) Bad Actor Pesticides



In order to identify a "most toxic" set of pesticides,Pesticide Action Network (PAN) and Californians for Pesticide Reform (CPR) created the term PAN Bad Actor pesticides. These pesticides are at least one of the following: