Dangers of fluoride

To the Forum:If fluoride is a poison, why add it to the water supply?

Fluoride is an industrial waste product and the fluoride producing industries

were faced with the problem of polluting their surrounding areas.

Since

disposing of toxic waste is very expensive, these industries, mainly the

fertilizer and aluminum industries, devised a way to get rid of their hazardous

waste material.

One means of profitably disposing of fluoride was to sell

it as a rat poison and insecticide, but there still remained a problem of what

to do with the excess fluoride. Their solution was to dump the waste fluoride

into the public drinking water and tell the people it will reduce tooth

decay.

Due to the extensive lobbying by the dental profession / fluoride

industrial complex, the U.S. Public Health Service prematurely endorsed

fluoridation.

If you doubt that this could be true, and think, “Everybody

uses fluoride, and they don’t have any problems, do they?” Then you simply

haven’t noticed the level of chronic degenerative diseases in the United States

today.

Let me quote for you Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice John P.

Flaherty: “The evidence is quite convincing that the addition of sodium

fluoride to the public water supply is extremely deleterious to the human

body.

“A review of the evidence will disclose that there was no convincing

evidence to the contrary. Prior to my hearing this case, I gave the matter of

fluoride little thought, but I received quite an education, and noted that the

proponents of fluoridation do nothing more than try to impugn the objectivity

of those who oppose fluoridation.

“I seriously believe that few

responsible people have objectively reviewed the evidence. If you are

interested, I suggest that you review the 2,800 pages of testimony, and all the

exhibits presented on this case.”

He issued an injunction against the use

of fluoride.

Can you trust the judgment of those who want to put poison in

our water?

Robert H. Jones

Hanalei

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