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Gov’t Memo: Anunnaki to Control Minds Through Tap Water?

Monday, October 24, 2016 11:00
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A memo leaked late Sunday evening, dated March 11th of this year, between counterterrorism officials within the US goverment sugguest that the Anunnaki may be looking to spike our drinking water.  While the goverment has remained irritatingly silent on the imposing threat of Nibiru in public, they are certainly talking about it amongst themselves!

The memo states that “America’s tap water supply is the easiest way for a forgeign entity to reach the largest percentage of Earth’s population.”  What does that mean?  Well, the memo continues by describing how implementing a mind control serum into the tap water, to passify the population is as easy as can be, and the Anunnaki know it: “Our water reserves are largely unguarded,” the memo continues.  ”Anyone wishing to adulterate the drinking water basically has an open door to do so.”

Back in 1941, J. Edgar Hoover wrote: “It has long been recognized that among public utilities, water supply facilities offer a particularly vulnerable point of attack to the foreign agent, due to the strategic position they occupy in keeping the wheels of industry turning and in preserving the health and morale of the American populace.”  

So if the government knew about this all the way back then, why hasn’t anything been done?  Well, it looks like the realize the threat is real after the release of this memo, but the motives to leave our water supply uncontrolled remain a mystery.  We can only hope for more information to leak.

 

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