The Fluoride Report Card by Washington state Attorney James Robert Deal was recently handed to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. UK antifluoridation activist and biologist Doug Cross wrote a commentary on the Fluoride Report Card, a brilliant 50-some page summary revealed in full here at the Journal. Mr. Cross is founder of the UF Councils Against Fluoridation with expertise in the fields of engineering, toxicology, public health management, legal compliance and human rights.
The accelerating fluoride controversy does not just threaten the water fluoridation industry; it threatens vast commercial, dental and health care empires that deal in fluoride toothpastes, rinses, pills, vitamins, baby waters, drops, lacquers and treatments—and the dentist fees for their applications—and the profits from the treatment of the after effects of fluoride. All the more the dental industry, as represented by the American Dental “Trade” Association (ADA), their state affiliates and the higher echelons of public health bureaucracies, must protect their sacred secret; or the empires burn like tobacco. Indeed, fluoride could be the next asbestos and lead tragedy. Continue reading →
There is a little talk about adding lithium to the public water supplies and it sounds to me just like another fluoride scheme. Although it may reduce rapes and suicides as studies show, I am more concerned what lithium water would do to the other 99.99 percent. Judas Priest, if someone needs lithium then a doctor should give them some—rather than drugging us all to get it to those who need it.
It would not be the first time when certain stimuli are given by authorities to change the behavior of and calm the masses—as in television signals. But adding lithium to public drinking water could be another social planners dream to reach the Utopian society, an Alice’s Wonderland. Controlling behaviors through chemical means would amount to another psychological experiment and may have one big adverse reaction like fluoridation. In fact, it may even react with the fluoride ions as it does with trace metals. Continue reading →
This video is the one to watch for the scientific opinion of top fluoride scientists who unanimously agree water fluoridation is not safe, not effective and not needed–in fact, their are numerous health effects that affect us all. Not all 14 Nobel prize winners who have opposed water fluoridation can be wrong. I hosted a nice fluoride meeting over lunch at the local health agency where I work. Dr. Dean Murphy, DDS, author of The Devil’s Poison joined in by phone for Q&As. We showed this video and I plan on showing it at public meetings when I have opportunity. If you watch the first five minutes– you will want to see the rest, now or a bit later.–Augie
It took decades to “prove” that even low-level lead exposure caused mental retardation and behavioral problems in children. In 1973 when I graduated from medical school, there was a mountain of compelling evidence of the terrible things lead in paint and auto exhaust was doing to kids. However under pressure from corporate interests (the companies who put lead in gasoline and paint), the medical establishment still officially proclaimed that at “subclinical levels,” lead was totally safe. Continue reading →
With this deposit, I am introducing my readers to the new Fluoride Poisoning section of the Journal—now an amalgam of some seven articles and a few flicks. Also, browse our iShop and download eBooks for Health at livingfood.us while supporting our work.–Augie
The Fluoride Deception
Today is history appreciation day at the Journal. All need to appreciate the history of mass fluoridation of our water supplies. Christopher Bryson, an award-winning investigative journalist and author of the book The Fluoride Deception is interviewed by Dr. Paul Connett of the Fluoride Action Network.
In the late 1940s, 20 people were killed and 120 or so severely injured by an air pollution disaster in Donora, Pennsylvania near Pittsburgh. It was determined that it was most likely fluoride in the air that killed them.
Even in air pollution short courses, the Donora incident is always emphasized, yet fluoride is never mentioned as being the deadly pollutant. (That history will soon change in Cleveland when I have the opportunity to make that announcement in one of those boring classes—hopefully it will wake everyone up!) Continue reading →
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