In Other News January 30, 2017

January 25, 2017 marked the 72nd anniversary of water fluoridation, the process of adding fluoride chemicals into public drinking water supplies intending to reduce tooth decay.

The long term human health effects from consuming fluoridated water, such as reduction of intelligence, dental fluorosis and bone frailty were examined in depth on this show. Five years ago, a New York City Councilman introduced a bill that would end the process of treating people with sodium fluoride through the public drinking water system. The bill was met with propaganda by the Village Voice and was also reported with carefully parroted pro-fluoride ideology from other outlets. For example one public radio script read “A City Council member wants New Yorkers to brush their teeth – and not rely on the public water system to provide fluoride – for healthy teeth.”

The writing of that sentence is part of the problem. ” . . and not rely on the public water system to provide fluoride – for healthy teeth.” I don’t think that report ruffled any feathers. As many know, fluoride doesn’t contribute to healthy teeth. In fact, according to the majority of in depth studies, sodium fluoride treating the body internally through the public water system does the opposite. 97% of western Europe has rejected water fluoridation.

In a 2014 report for The New York State Coalition Opposed To Fluoridation, Rita Barnett-Rose, Associate Law Professor at Chapman University argued “The cessation of all compulsory water fluoridation schemes should be the goal of all public health agencies, ethical lawmakers and informed citizens,” Evidence of fluoride’s harm is ignored, downplayed or not studied; benefits exaggerated and informed consent disregarded. “Claims that fluoridation is not mass medication are unpersuasive,”

We hear from two past interviews. First from Paul Connett, Professor Emeritus in Environmental Chemistry at St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY. For the past 30 years, Paul has put his scientific knowledge to work by helping (without fee) communities around the world understand the science of controversial issues such as incineration and fluoridation. He’s the author of The Zero Waste Solution (Chelsea Green, 2013) and The Case Against Fluoride (Chelsea Green, 2011, co-authored with James Beck & H. Spedding Micklem)

We also hear an interview attorney Paul Beeber, President of The New York State Coalition Opposed To Fluoridation who says, “Fluoride has powerful, influential and rich defenders. It’s up to the rest of us to protect children by demanding that unnecessary and ineffective brain-draining fluoride chemicals cease being added to public water supplies. Call your elected officials today and tell them you want fluoridation stopped where you live. Our children are victimized guinea pigs in this on-going experiment. It must end.”

Fluoroquinolones are among the most commonly prescribed class of antibiotics in the United States. According to one article titled  Fluoroquinolones: The Deadliest Antibiotics on the Market? – Among the most well known is Cipro (made by Bayer), which became a household name during the anthrax scare that occurred shortly after 9/11. Levaquin is a close second. All antibiotics carry a risk of side effects, but the fluoroquinolones are in a class by themselves when it comes to their potential to cause serious, permanent injuries and even death.

This is one of many similar formulas. Hundreds of millions of dollars are saved through being allowed to treat people internally by distributing a lethal industrial waste into the drinking water supply while simultaneously and indirectly contributing to the health care and pharmaceutical industries. This industrial waste as you’ve heard costs hundreds of millions of dollars to dispose of. Does this sound familiar? Consider the shows we’ve done with Dr. J. Marvin Herndon who’s scientific research exposed how coal fly ash, the by-product of the coal industry, another expensive industrial waste to dispose of. He suggested based on his research that this is part of whats being sprayed into the upper atmosphere. Among the potential health effects are respiratory illnesses and related diseases from reduced vitamin D production in the body because of artificial clouds occluding the Sun.

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  1. al medina April 24, 2017 at 1:53 pm - Reply

    Thanks for a great talk. Fluoride is more toxic than lead, according to the EPA scales…then why should such a killer be distributed to the citizens of this country? Why is the majority of Europe NOT fluoridating their water supply?

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