‘Drinking Recycled Sewage Is The Future, Don’t Be Squeamish’ Says WEF-Linked Expert

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Sir James Bevan, the head of the UK’s Environment Agency and is linked to the World Economic Forum (WEF), wrote an article about droughts and said that “drinking recycled sewage is the future,” and that common people need to be “less squeamish” about drinking toilet-to-tap water. Los Angeles County is threatening a similar move to recycle wastewater for human consumption within the next 5 years. The City of Los Angeles has set out to recycle 100% of its wastewater by 2035, per a pledge made by Mayor Eric Garcetti several years ago. Meanwhile, global elites are conspiring to turn water from a free good into a commodity.

The head of the UK’s Environment Agency, who is linked to the World Economic Forum, says that common people need to be “less squeamish” about drinking “toilet-to-tap” water from sewage plants, as countries and states around the world move towards recycling sewage for human consumption, falling into lockstep with WEF ideology.

According to an op-ed in The Times, Sir James Bevan, whose views have previously been disseminated by the WEF, writes that “drinking recycled sewage is the future.”

The idea of recycling wastewater for human consumption — once the realm of dystopian sci-fi films — is gaining traction globally as the WEF penetrates governments.

“The recent rainfall hasn’t changed the underlying position in this country: many parts are likely to stay in drought for months, and if we have a dry winter then next year will be even more challenging,” Bevan writes. We will need to be less squeamish about where our drinking water comes from. Part of the solution will be to reprocess the water that results from sewage treatment and turn it back into drinking water — perfectly safe and healthy, but not something many people fancy.”

Sir Bevan’s op-ed comes as US water supplies are under strain due to an ongoing, and worsening drought which has resulted in ten areas being given drought status by the Environment Agency.

Because of this, Sir Bevan says that common people need to “change the way they think about water,” and “treat it as a precious resource, not a free good.”

“If we are going to get there, we are all going to have to think differently. Some of these measures will be unpopular, so future governments will need to show political will,” he said.

Earlier this year, Singapore’s water agency launched a beer made with recycled sewage in order to raise awareness over the country’s water security issues (and probably to mask the taste of poo).

Zero Hedge report that Los Angeles County is threatening a similar move to recycle wastewater for human consumption.

“There’s been a public health legacy where sanitary engineering practices and regulators considered sewage a waste, it was something to be avoided, something to be feared,” said Brad Coffey of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. “Now that we have the technology … the public, the regulators, the scientific community has much greater confidence in our ability to safely reuse that water supply.”

Read full article here…

Natural News:    https://www.naturalnews.com/2022-07-27-los-angeles-to-recycle-biosludge-tap-water.html

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Phillip Mezzapelle
Phillip Mezzapelle
2 months ago

The best way to wash down the worms and insects that they want us to eat is recyclable sewage water!! 😆

Taarna
Taarna
2 months ago

Yes, us serfs are only allowed to eat bugs and drink sewage water according to the WEF elitists. We have to stand up to these psycho’s. They are sick in the head just like every other tyrant throughout history that THINKS they are better than any other human because they have money and influence.

Elliott
Elliott
2 months ago

Please check out PrimaryWaterInstitute.org and PrimaryWater.org
Primary Water is why we don’t have a water shortage. 
WATER IS A RENEWABLE!😎

Boomer Lady
Boomer Lady
2 months ago

Local farmers’ markets and backyard gardens will be indispensable for many people.

I order distilled bottled water from local Sierra Springs. I can only hope that it is safe, and from the way it tastes and I feel, I believe it is. Something to remember in buying and consuming anything is “Buyer Beware”. Be very careful when you buy anything, whether food or non-food.

SGlord
SGlord
2 months ago

Distill the wastewater and give it to the people. The leftover sludge? Feed it, along with bugs to Klause Schwab and his minions of the WEF in prison.

MJRaichyk
MJRaichyk
2 months ago

For the record, we did a variation on a european ‘sewage’ system — namely a horizontal subsurface constructed wetlands for GRAYWATER ONLY and separately added a Thermophilic solid waste composting system… all for very little cost and mostly DIY… plus we had the output tested multiple times and confirmed the resulting water at the well-end of the wetlands was CLEANER THAN THE CREEKWATER in our rural county… cighe.net/earthlink-ohio.valley/Windberm-Designing/ We could walk away from these psychopaths’ water plans IF WE BUILT BETTER HOMES that held what we need for survival and enjoyment.. As it is you’d best invest in a Berkefeld… Read more »

Tom Ball
Tom Ball
2 months ago

Calm down. The Chosen will not be denied their Kosher dietary laws under Noahide regulation. “G-d’s” in his heaven and all’s right with the world.

https://cohen.house.gov/media-center/press-releases/congressman-cohen-chairs-hearing-national-emergencies-act

Gina Nakagawa
Gina Nakagawa
2 months ago

The despots of today are even more despicable than those of the past. Their depredations are supported by electronic mind control. In the past sixty years, too many people have been trained to accept their commands unquestioningly. Their pronouncements have been supported by the constant use and “worship” of electronic devices. Humanity is in grave danger. We can only hope that we awaken before it is too late.