Interview 1352 – Dr. Paul Connett on the Case Against Fluoride

03/21/201849 Comments

Today we talk to Dr. Paul Connett of the Fluoride Action Network (fluoridealert.org) about Food & Water Watch Inc., et al. v. United States Environmental Protection Agency, a lawsuit that could bring an end to the practice of water fluoridation in the United States. We discuss the Toxic Substances Control Act under which the suit is being filed, how recent court rulings have allowed the case to proceed, and the incredible significance of the chance to depose the EPA’s “experts” under oath. Please help spread the word about this exciting development.

SHOW NOTES
Fluoride Action Network homepage

Previous Corbett Report interviews with Dr. Connett

Court Decision Could Lead to EPA Banning Water Fluoridation

Support Documents for Fluoride Chemicals in Drinking Water Section 21 Petition

Order Denying Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss

Information on the most important fluoride/IQ study to date

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  1. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Spread this video around !!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_737uiecSw

    I am ecstatic!

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      A YouTube comment on Corbett’s video…

      Libby says: Wow, great news! I would have never imagined that fluoridation could end in my lifetime. Truly want to be a part of this so I am definitely donating. Thanks for posting James.

    • arcadia11 says:

      FAN is not a grass roots movement – it is a un ngo. there is likely no such thing as an environmental or ‘rights’ organization that is not a un ngo. after extensive research connecting such organizations and their multitudinous spin-offs to the united nations i know what an ngo website looks like; un credentials are very recognizable. give it a try. check out all of connett’s affiliations – they are all ngos. same as mercola, the nvic, and focus on health. several years ago i contacted paul connett and his son and asked if they were in ANY way connected to the un. both said no. after fifteen years as director of FAN i am surprised connett does not know for whom he is working. the un exists for one purpose – the implementation of agenda 21 (2030, world government et al). everything un-related is controlled opposition. paul connett is not your friend. please do not trust him to rid the water of fluoride. please do not support the un. there is enough to do without feeding the machine that is crushing us. thanks.
      >
      > Fluoride Action Network: look under ‘NGOs’
      >
      > http://drustage.unep.org/chemicalsandwaste/what-we-do/science-and-risk/endocrine-disrupting-chemicals-edcs/lists-potential-edcs

      all the affiliations listed by FAN are UN NGOs

      Food and Water Watch UN NGO (spinoff of Public Citizen) – scroll down about three inches

      https://www.files.ethz.ch/isn/35406/2006_11_NGOs_and_Water_a_Who's_Who_.pdf
      >
      > ‘AEHSP grew directly out of Cliff and Jackie’s work under the Radiation Research Project, an unincorporated project of the Institute for Southern Studies’:
      >
      > Institute for Southern Studies
      >
      > http://www.southernstudies.org/
      >
      > Radiation Research Project
      >
      > https://lsa.umich.edu/mrc/news-events/all-news/two-mrc-students-attend-united-nations-for-research-project.html

  2. scpat says:

    Two thoughts:

    1. Courts can never be truly unbiased because the judge himself is a government employee. It is the government judging itself. Yes, I know “checks and balances” and all that, but still.

    2. Why would the government be adding fluoride to the water in the first place? What is the motive here? Some possible ideas:
    – Dentist Lobby?
    – EPA just ignorant of the facts?
    – EPA approved adding fluoride when they did not know the facts, but now they just want to save face.
    – EPA/Government arrogance, ‘god complex’?
    – More sinister motive, such as a conspiracy to make population more stupid and unhealthy, intentionally?
    – A combination of two or more of these options?

    • cush350 says:

      2. All of the above.

    • wingsuitfreak says:

      The last one. Stalin supposedly used it to keep the prisoners passive. Government is the what you deserve if you are too scared to rule yourself. At least that is my (admittedly heartless) opinion.

      I almost forgot; Outstanding interview! While I have zero faith in courts, just getting this out there is a huge step towards freedom. I’m really enjoying watching the government fall apart. Freedom isn’t in danger, that’s mere propaganda; government is the entity that’s losing its’ grip.

      • mkey says:

        Supposedly, nazis used it as well for the same goal, but is there anything nefarious nazis didn’t do?

        • wingsuitfreak says:

          They didn’t get to coin the phrase “Final Solution”. That was from an American general in charge of “placating” the Injuns. Sorry, I just hate the PC crowd. I’m part Cherokee and I hate that Native American tripe. JimBob from fluorida.

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The website FluorideAlert.Org has a tremendous amount of interesting information. A recent discovery of mine is…

    – Dogs & raisins/grapes –
    In the following interview with Natural Veterinarian Dr. Karen Becker (who is often featured on Dr Mercola’s website), Melissa Gardner discusses the link between Fluoride, raisins, and dog poisonings via raisins or grapes. People often used to give raisins or grapes to dogs, but dogs started getting sick/dying around 1990. Folks blamed it on the raisins and grapes. However, Fluoride is the likely suspect as a result of a Fluoride pesticide used on grapes. Of course, non-organic wine now contains high Fluoride levels.
    The interview can be found at FLUORIDE ALERT.ORG
    http://fluoridealert.org/news/youtube-does-fluoride-pesticide-containing-raisins-cause-renal-failure-in-dogs/

    Melissa Gardner often works as an analyst for the (FBI) Federal Bureau of Investigation.
    She wrote a book entitled…
    “The End of Acne: How Water is the Cause of the Modern Acne Epidemic, and the Cure”
    The culprit can be Fluoride.
    She discusses how many foods are made with fluoridated water. And, of course, many pesticides contain Fluoride.

    Here, Melissa discusses ALUMINUM masking the test results for FLUORIDE.
    https://youtu.be/5hN59MGHHW0?t=23m1s
    This is significant. Aluminum is used in high quantities at most water treatment facilities, being a flocculant and coagulation component to remove all the particulates (muddy stuff) from the raw water.

    This Texas A & M Professor states that current Fluoride detection equipment does NOT effectively find the true amount of Fluoride in the water. (Water by its nature hides or buffers the fluoride acid)
    https://bionews-tx.com/news/2013/06/25/fluoride-in-water/

  4. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Again, I want to spruik (Australian: To promote a thing or idea to another person ) our local North Texas Anti-Fluoride Campaign.

    Please go to http://www.DallasForSaferWater.com
    also known as http://www.dogsagainstfluoridation.com/

    On the website at the Yellow arrow, you will see a link to email the Dallas City Council.
    Please send them an email. They are culpable for the water fluoridation of the 25 cities surrounding Dallas.
    Anyone, anywhere can send them an email. We know from Open Records Requests that it does have an effect.

    e.g. We caught Councilman Callahan in a BIG lie about his emails. He said that he had received “hundreds and hundreds of emails” from Dentists, Doctors, etc. which were Pro-Fluoride. In actuality, he had less than 12 Pro-Fluoride, but hundreds and hundreds opposing fluoridation.

  5. mariedarragh says:

    Great news. I’m lucky enough to have a holistic dentist who is very much against fluoride. I’ve shared this link with her.

  6. Mark44 says:

    Thanks James for the update. This is great news!

  7. mkey says:

    If I weren’t an atheist, I’d say “god bless these fine people.” Much like many, if not all, among you I don’t put much stock into courts doing the proper thing, but fit a decent judge this case could stir up some shit (pardon my french.)

    At any rate, this was a great talk, I wish more time was dedicated to some technical aspects of this issue, but what was said is good enough to help get people started on the road to becoming informed.

    As a side note, I just wanted to add that it’s unfortunate you guys didn’t buy all of the associated domains, those are usually not very expensive, more you purchase a larger discount you get.

  8. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Of note…

    The Federal Agencies are in a corner. They “know” this stuff is becoming ubiquitous in the food and water supply. They “know” that it does cause damage to health and teeth. After years of saying it is safe and effective, ‘how to they backtrack gracefully without losing credibility’?

    – April 2015 – EXCERPT
    Since 1962, the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) suggested that public tap water contain between 0.7 and 1.2 milligrams of fluoride per liter. But on Monday, the department said now it’s recommending that the level not exceed 0.7 milligrams per liter (which is the same as 0.7 parts per million, or ppm).
    http://www.newsweek.com/us-government-recommends-lower-level-fluoride-water-325760

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      The CDC is one of the major operating components of the Department of Health and Human Services.

      – The CDC is also the ONLY federal agency that actively promotes fluoridation. –

      The “Oral Health Division” at the CDC is the ONLY division that speaks on fluoridation at the CDC.
      The CDC is also the ONLY federal agency that actively promotes fluoridation.
      The “Oral Health Division” is NOT made up of CDC Scientists who study Fluoride, and in fact, the team is not composed of experts about Fluoridation. The “Oral Health Division” hires Public Relations firms (such as PEW) in order to promote water fluoridation. In addition, Scientists employed by the CDC do not study Fluoride.

      – FDA –
      The FDA has never regulated fluoride for ingestion either as a prescription drug or when added to the public water supply. Its official position is that fluoride is an “unapproved drug.”

      – EPA –
      The EPA does not regulate additives to water (i.e. Chemicals like HFS (Hexafluorosilicic acid) added to increase Fluoride levels in the drinking water).
      The EPA regulates only contaminants.

      However, were the EPA to do its job honestly and determine a science-based “maximum contaminant level goal” (MCLG) for fluoride in water – as the NRC panel recommended that it did in 2006 – it would scrap the fluoridation program, once and for all. A safe MCLG would have to be set well below 1 ppm. (Dallas is at 0.7 ppm)
      The EPA has dragged its feet for over a decade, allowing its science to remain subservient to Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) CDC “Oral Health Division” policy of continuing to support the practice of water fluoridation. Thus since 1986 the EPA water division has maintained the preposterous notion that the most sensitive end point to fluoride’s toxicity is crippling ‘skeletal fluorosis’. Other than die-hard fluoridation promoters there is not one genuine fluoride researcher who would support such a position.

      (disclaimer – parts of the above are plagiarized from Dr. Paul Connett)

  9. zyxzevn says:

    http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/3706604

    World’s Largest Animal Study on Cell Tower Radiation Confirms Cancer Link

    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0048969716317375

    Radiofrequency radiation injures trees around mobile phone base stations.

    See also many studies on: http://microwavenews.com/

    I think this may be the next severe health problem, it also affects the mental health. Note that the studies above can not be explained away with “psychology”.

    I am sensitive to some EM radiation, and I have a university degree in that area. A rare combination.

    Non ionizing EM radiation is often downplayed, because they only consider the heat of the radiation a problem. Not any electro-chemical side effects, which are very common in biology.

    The effect can also be a lot stronger at certain parts of the body or cell, due to resonances and antenna-like systems. There some very old studies of the CIA on how certain frequencies are affecting the body or psyche via the nerves. This military research is still going on and kept secret.

    I think that we see antenna effects in nerves, DNA and micro-tubules. And depending on the frequency and power, it can have a very wide range of effects. This wide range makes it difficult to for good researchers to produce clear evidence. Sadly they also do not seem to have extensive knowledge on antenna systems or electro-chemistry.

    But the theory is the worst: the “scientists” model the body as a barrel of water. That is all. It must be clear that this model hides any real effect. It is a clear strawman. It is commonly used in articles that downplay the effects of non-ionizing EM-radiation.

    The funny thing is that the first (low frequency) radio-wave transmitters used spark-gaps. Can exposure to these sparks have a damaging effect on the body? – Certainly.

    Now, what if certain cells your brain are exposed to these “sparks” for a long time? Sounds familiar?
    – Just sit down and relax in your chair, the doctor says it will be good for you.

  10. yuwen says:

    they don’t fluoridate the water in Japan. Maybe that’s why Corbett is so smart lol. I live in NZ and they are trying so hard to push this on us. I don’t think people should be denied fluoride but i really don’t think dental health is really worth any side effect. “the arrogance of power” really needs to end.

    • mkey says:

      You know what’s really important for dental health? Sugar free diet. I’m certain these people will put all of their weight on that issue as soon as they convince everyone forced fluoride is great for them.

  11. candlelight says:

    Dr. Paul Connett is probably the most articulate and well spoken interviewee on the Corbett Report that I’ve ever listened to. If he were to somehow prove, if it were the case, his own self limiting consumption of fluoridated water over the last 22 years as an activist against water fluoridation, as an argument against its use, he, himself, might be the best evidence of all, in the positive sense, to present to the court – of how the human brain can and will flourish in its absence! I hope he wins the case!

    I cannot help thinking, for the life of me, given this subject, of one of the most absolutely funniest and hysterical scenes, in one of the best – if not the best – satirical films of all time, “Dr. Strangelove: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb”(1964), wherein General Jack Ripper, played by Sterling Hayden, gravely explains to Mandrake (Peter Sellers) about the communist plot to poison our bodily fluids and purity of essence with the addition of fluoride to our drinking water, even while World War III is ticking down and only minutes away….

    The layers of farcical comedy here, now interposed with a new and evidential reality, do pose an interesting question as to the veracity of General Ripper’s paranoid conspiracy theory. Was it the commies? (laughing out loud) Or someone else’ idea?

  12. candlelight says:

    Quite ironic, indeed, HomeRemedy. Proponents of water fluoridation don’t seem to want to get it, do they? Why? So, in the 54 ensuing years since that classic movie was released, with all the numerous and exhaustive studies published indicating the very strong possibility of detrimental health effects from fluoridation, they would prefer denying these findings, rather than pulling their blinders off? Do they find it so important and crucial the continuance that for every millionth part of a mouthful of water there be one molecule of Fluoride? Really? And that to question this protocol, even just a wee bit, is worth smearing someone for? Has this issue somehow become a matter of life and death for them, rather than a matter of a cavity, more or less? Or is it a moral issue, and they have taken up the torch of indignant righteousness?

    I highly doubt it, because taking up the cause for fluoridation as religion is far too farcical a reality.

    More likely is that there’s a cynical and vested interest to their cause.

    Thanks to researchers like Christopher Bryson, and with gratitude for their dedicated work, we can see historically, the nefarious subterfuge, and powerful monied interests involved surrounding fluoride production and its disposal. Oh, lest we forget, in a category unto himself, such history includes the services of the “go to” propagandist of the time, the brilliant Edward Bernays.

    So, it’s probably fairer to say that there are perhaps two groups of adherents wanting to see water fluoridation continue: the cynically invested, and the duped – those who think that absent the addition of fluoride to their drinking water, their teeth will rot out straightaway, as in the days of yore, and to spare a cavity, ingesting a little bit of poison, which they think isn’t poison, is worth their smile.

    For the latter group, may they one day wake up! For the former, may they rot!!

    • wingsuitfreak says:

      I remember one video in which a dentist was calling for us to inform our dentists, as they just didn’t know any better. I thought of this for a while, but then also thought of all the horrible practices they do to us. X-rays without pause or protection (only recently have they put up shields, despite knowing the dangers since Madame Curie the uber-unprintable), mercury, and fluoride. Am I supposed to inform people who only believe the official story and are unwilling, or incapable, of informing themselves as anyone else? I look at dentists as harshly as I do the chemical farmers; they know better. They either just don’t want to rock the boat, or concerned only with their bank account, or are just plain incompetent cretins.
      All of us are responsible for our deeds. We can blame Bernays (I don’t) or we can take responsibility for our own deeds and incompetence and the plethora of other failings we humans have in our natures. We can blame the education system for failing to teach us logic, but I went through south Georgia public schooling in the 60s and 70s, and I am capable of a logical train of thought. I no longer care about those delusional freaks in their cave. I only keep an eye on the entrance so they don’t sneak up on me. JimBob from Fluorida where most of the crazies are imported from even crazier places.

      • candlelight says:

        Wings, I hear what you’re saying, and I agree with you that as thinking human beings we are, or should be, responsible for our deeds, and are also subject to our limitations. As for Bernays, I don’t blame him, per se. Within the scope of the brief history lesson outlining the background of how water fluoridation came to be, as described by Christopher Bryson, Mr. Bernays, essentially, was simply a hired hand, a professional marketing genius, who was deftly creative in the manipulation of human psychology, thought processes, and behavior. He was hired in an attempt to alter public opinion, by whole industries becoming mired in a public relations nightmare due to the public’s growing awareness of the dire causative effects from the use and handling of fluoride among workers, with such ill effects even seen in farm animals living nearby to these centers of production. So, the industry put the master propagandist to work, and with the help of friendly scientists, they managed to quell public worry, ultimately transforming fears into happy, protective embraces, exemplified by the cheerfulness inspired by a nice set of clean, white, sparkly, gleaming teeth. But, it appears to be a con job. Hence, the title of Mr. Bryson’s book “The fluoride deception”. And it’s far from being the only deception ever perpetrated upon the public.

        We, as thinking, intelligent, educated, logical and sophisticated human beings can be manipulated, by thinking, intelligent, educated, logical and sophisticated human beings. It’s as simple as that. And by far, the very greatest tool in the arsenal, for just such a quest, is the exploitation of our natural inclination of, and belief in, loyalty and trust. It seems to be a pattern: Get the right actors to tell it, and people will believe it – time and time and time, again.

        And you’re right about something else, which only heightens the likelihood of a deception’s ultimate success: People, for the most part, really don’t want to rock the boat, and are worried about their wallets and continued income. Which all the more forces a person’s hand to look the other way, even when they know better.

        There is also the matter of apathy…. I once struck up a conversation with a relatively young fellow in a pub, a total stranger. He was wearing a navy colored windbreaker, and in large block letters, the word ‘SECURITY’ was written across the back of it, so I fathomed that he probably worked for, or moonlighted for some small private security guard service. Anyway, I got to telling him about my recent angst earlier that evening, wherein I was attempting to explain to a well educated, intelligent young individual, about the true nature of 9/11, and what really took place on that fateful day. What had been entirely frustrating to me was not whether or not this individual believed, or disbelieved, either my accounting of that day, or the official story. What was frightfully appalling was that the individual didn’t seem to care one way or other! At any rate, when the young fellow in the security jacket listened to my complaint, he had a very quick response, said in a most incredibly, matter-of-fact manner, which was for me, nothing less than stunning in its ramifications. And, I’ll leave you, Wings, with what he had to say, as I was left with what he had to say that evening. And, remember, it was said in the most taken for granted, common knowledge, and matter of fact way. He said this so very plainly, “Everybody knows 9/11 was an inside job.” (NYC 2017)

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          That personal candlelight 9/11 anecdote is very telling.

          I too have noticed this type of odd attitude from many folks about many topics…as if their ability to weigh relative importances, along with their ability to “act”, have faded into an apathetic numbness.

          We all have spheres of influence. Like your conversation, you used your sphere of influence to try to raise awareness. I admire that. That is how we better conditions.

        • wingsuitfreak says:

          Thanks. I am momentarily taken aback by having someone agree with what I say! lol Not usually the case in my normal conversations with people. Yes, the apathy is a real problem. I don’t think it stems from a true lack of caring though. At least not all of it. Perhaps one of the biggest factors is the loss in our belief in our own individual power. So many people have been indoctrinated thoroughly in the belief that one person can’t do anything. Which is odd, since they normally vote for one person to change everything. But this is also part of my own approach towards resolving this very real dilemma.
          I don’t even try to “wake” people up. I just try to live my life as free as possible. If someone questions me, I normally confuse them with my response as it will hardly ever be one based upon the norms they have taken for granted. I’ve become very disappointed in the overall state of humanity, even though there have been very few people of any age who have embraced critical thinking. This is a failing on my part, but it’s mostly because diplomacy is not my strong suit and I tend to alienate people when I do try to explain something (even something that I don’t consider controversial, but it turns out they do) because I have lost patience with them. Which is probably sad as so many people seem to automatically ask me for my opinion even when they don’t know me at all. Just one of those people.
          But since I don’t care what people think of me, and I’m too lazy to remember lies, I am blunt and honest in my responses. This is part failing on my part, and part time-management. I hate wasting time on things I’m not interested in. I don’t know the solution to this, but I am convinced that once people realize they DO possess the ability to influence events on an individual level, global changes will take place. Thanks for making my morning, JimBob from fluorida who notes that cognitive dissonance is the standard thinking model for almost everyone.

          • mkey says:

            Regarding the “one person to change everything,” that’s an interesting connection you made there and yet just another nail in the coffin of logic.

            Anyway, I think that is so because people are fundamentally lazy and “one person” is not the problem, but they are, they don’t want to be the one so they hand the power to the almighty, the sanctimonious, the better thean themselves.

            To that effect, what’s the difference between a pope, a president and a god? (there must be a punchline here somewhere)

            • wingsuitfreak says:

              Yes, it is a sad realization. But, since it has been this way for most of our history (merely more so the more “advanced” our civilization has become), it might help to counter this depressing realization by noting how we have still progressed despite the vast majority of people choosing to be nothing. Individuals have always been the sole reason humanity has some hope of freedom. Which is why the idea of the great individual is always under attack by those individuals in power. A little critical thinking would easily rip this idiotic notion to shreds, but people don’t want to think. And this is why the majority comment on the fine cut of the emperor’s clothes. Yet, individuals are always there to mock the shrinkage. :)JimBob from fluorida where he don’t cotton to no authorized thinking.

          • HomeRemedySupply says:

            JimBob of FLUORID-A (land of the spandex zombies) says:
            …Yes, the apathy is a real problem. I don’t think it stems from a true lack of caring though. At least not all of it.

            Perhaps one of the biggest factors is the loss in our belief in our own individual power. So many people have been indoctrinated thoroughly in the belief that one person can’t do anything.
            Which is odd, since they normally vote for one person to change everything.

            mkey hypothesizes:
            … I think that is so because people are fundamentally lazy and “one person” is not the problem, but they are, they don’t want to be the one so they hand the power to… the almighty, the sanctimonious, the better than themselves.

            To that effect, what’s the difference between a pope, a president and a god? (there must be a punchline here somewhere).

            ~~~~~~~~
            Damn! I love these CorbettReport comments. I gain insight.

            • wingsuitfreak says:

              Thanks HRS, I was actually worried I was hogging up the comment sections with off-topic musings! Glad to hear someone got some use out of my ramblings! 🙂 JimBob from fluorida who only refrains from potty mouth postings on this site!

              • candlelight says:

                Wings, not so much that you’re rambling (’cause you’re making perfect sense), it’s just that most can’t understand you and you’re misunderstood; but, I for one know your intentions are good! 🙂

                This one’s for you!

                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxMZpNF3qN0

                Peace!

              • wingsuitfreak says:

                Thanks! Love the Animals. House of the Rising Sun was the only song I ever learned to play on the guitar. So odd to see real rockers in suits.
                I’m not sure that most here can’t understand me though. Youboob, definitely; but I’ve detected signs of intelligent life forms on this site! JimBob from fluorida whose intentions aren’t always good, but they’re always his.

  13. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The loss in the belief of one’s own individual power. Empowering authority(s).
    (as discussed in the comments above)

    Actually, this topic has EVERYTHING to do with water fluoridation.

    One example of authority:
    Government agencies and the corrupt American Dental Association (which receives about $120-$130 million annually in extortion dues).

    ANECDOTE
    A few days ago, Palm Sunday, a suburban newspaper chain which serves many cities in North Texas came out with an article about the recent, terrible water quality which Erin Brockovich has been highlighting.
    – Backstory – https://www.corbettreport.com/is-this-japan/comment-page-1/#comment-48508

    I was quoted in the article. The article explains how I emphasized that people should question the quality of water.
    However, the article toned down my tirade and slightly altered things, especially when they inserted “to a certain degree”. I did not say “to a certain degree”.
    “Here’s the bottom line: People need to learn not to trust authority to a certain degree and do some homework. People should be outraged. They should be outraged that things are not being done to their true welfare, for their true benefit,”

    By the way, over 10,000 people have now joined the Facebook “saferwaterNT” “Safer Water North Texas”.
    There have been a string of reports about people’s dogs having seizures from the water. And also a guy I know.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      A cook and a truck driver – Example of one’s own individual power.

      (While I am no fan of politics, I don’t have a problem with bringing a ‘justice bar fight’ into the living room of politicians.)

      Here is the recent ANECDOTE…
      This cook, Regina, gets a bright idea last week. She colludes with a extremely sharp guy, a truckdriver. They burn the midnight oil and sew together a well scripted plan.

      They put together a “plank”, a resolution to be added to Texas Republican Platform. The plank first has to be presented to the local North Texas Republican delegation for vote approval.
      Late last week it passed locally!
      In fact, out of all the proposed resolutions, this one received the best enthusiastic response from delegates. It was very noticeable.

      Now, the plank resolution will go to State.
      But get this… The local State delegate who has clout, has high ranking, who is an activist and a Minister, who is well-informed about Fluoride, and who happens to be African American will be carrying this resolution to the State level. He will push it hard.
      It don’t get no better planned than this.

      All done in less than a week by a cook and a truckdriver.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        (Resolution as mentioned above)
        Ban Fluoride Additives In The Texas Public Water
        A resolution to recognize that the current fluoridation of public drinking water supplies is dangerous, harmful, careless, and unethical. And that the addition of fluoridation is expensive, ineffective and should be banned in the Great State of Texas.

        WHEREAS, fluoride is medically not to be ingested.

        WHEREAS, toothpaste gives warning to not ingest, and if ingested, to call poison control.

        WHEREAS, the fluoride used to fluoridate the public drinking supply comes from the waste of the phosphorus industry. It is a hazard class 8 corrosive and secondary class 6 poison.

        WHEREAS, this waste product that is added to the municipal water supply as the fluoride additive is called fluorosilicic acid which is not a pharmaceutical grade fluoride.

        WHEREAS, the added fluoride does not treat the water in any form or fashion.

        WHEREAS, fluoride is not an essential nutrient and is not a required component for human growth and development.

        WHEREAS, 97% of Western European Countries do not add a drop of fluoride to their water supply.

        WHEREAS, fluoridated countries do not have less tooth decay than non-fluoridated countries.

        WHEREAS, fluoridation is a violation of the individual’s right to informed consent to medication.

        WHEREAS, fluoride is a endocrine disruptor and can affect many parts of the body like the: bones, brain, thyroid gland, pineal gland and blood sugar levels.

        WHEREAS, fluoride is recognized as 1 of 12 industrial chemicals known to cause developmental neurotoxicity in human beings.

        WHEREAS, the CDC says that 40% of American teenagers show visible signs of fluoride over-exposure.

        WHEREAS, fluoridation: A “one dose fits all” level is unacceptable.

        THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Republican Party of Texas supports banning the fluoridation of the Texas water supply.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Sidenote:
        The truckdriver’s name is Bob. So, we all know that he is an okay guy.

        As JimBob well knows, “Bob” is many times added to a person’s name in the southern U.S.

        Example: Dentist T-Bob is mentioned by the Anti-Fluoride Dallas Councilman Sheffie Kadane here (30 seconds)
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nA6q-1dkgyU&feature=youtu.be&t=9m10s
        (By the way, Dr. Paul Connett is in this video.)

        And, of course, there is the famous Texas writer and Drive-in Movie critic Joe Bob Briggs
        https://www.corbettreport.com/censorship-in-the-21st-century/comment-page-1/#comment-40084

        • wingsuitfreak says:

          Yes, Bob being added to a name in the South is much akin to the title Don in Spanish or Sir for the knighted ones in England (this last one is a wannabe as no true honorable person would ever be knighted. How ghastly!).

          It will be interesting to see how they kill this at the state level. After all, the state does not exist for our welfare, but for its’ profit. But I think Texans are a bit more active in their politics than most states. Not sure if it makes them freer than the others, but at least they are more aware of their being screwed over than in most. Strange how these imaginary entities never actually abide by those ritualistic rules of law they keep yammering on about. At least they are better than the reconstruction state of fluorida where I reside within it’s magical lines of dominion. Here, we’ve had marijuana legalized for medicinal purposes for a while, even longer for the non-THC versions and the state is still not complying with the very laws it’s supposed to hold so sacred. In effect, the entire fluorida government is, by its’ own holy decrees, a criminal organization. Not that I’ve ever had any doubt in that regard. JimBob from fluorida upholding the honor of not very much for a very long time!

      • candlelight says:

        Imagine. Front page headlines: “Cook and trucker take down multi-billion nationwide phosphorus waste water pollutant scam!” “Industrial titans in quandary – left holding bags of mounting industrial waste.” “Told to stuff it by a leery public!”

        Who knows? The power of one. The power of two! Remember a couple of years ago – the anti Monsanto movement started by that one young woman with an idea and a message?

        Unfortunately, movements can be like waves, they can roll in however fast or slow, reach a crescendo, crash and recede. I haven’t heard, for instance, much about the anti Monsanto, anti GMO movement lately, nor any recent news about legislation forcing the mandatory labeling of produce and related products, or curtailing the proliferation of GMO seeds, etc.

        For any important issue, it’s crucial for people to become aware of the fact that their own skin is in the game, effecting life and health. Witness the massive student movement for gun control, wherein young voices are fervently speaking out. I haven’t heard or seen anything like this since circa 1969-70, when you had massive rallies, with students walking out, speaking out, marching, and organizing moratoriums to end the Vietnam War. It’s crystal clear to see how this perception of having skin in the game, regardless of the cause, is wildly motivating. And, may I add, a number of the student speeches that I’ve listened to were very fervent, and moving! It’s coming from their gut, from a sense of danger, and a sense of betrayal. And they see the preeminent profit motive, and only secondary, their safety and well being.

        Translating this for the anti fluoridation movement, I see no greater motivation for outrage than the profit motive here. With that sweet, sweet loophole in the regulations, permitting the dumping of industrial waste, what in a sane world would be considered toxic pollution, is, under current regulations, named simply as that of a water additive.

        It doesn’t get any more bizarre than that, I don’t think….. No, maybe it does…..far more bizarre. Far, far more bizarre.

        At any rate, I can think of a few.

  14. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Good news!
    UPDATE 3/29/2018
    Authors of U.S.-funded fluoride-IQ study strengthen their landmark findings
    http://fluoridealert.org/content/bulletin_3-29-18/
    EXCERPT
    Last week, at a conference on environmental epidemiology in Germany, members of this same research team announced additional findings that confirm and strengthen their original report (STUDY LINK). Very young children, age 1-3 years, also show loss of IQ. In other words, their study now covers the ages of the offspring from one to twelve years.

  15. HomeRemedySupply says:

    April 6, 2018
    NEWSBUD
    Interviewed are both Michael and Paul Connett.
    (70 minutes)
    Fluoride: A Big Mistake?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQAjWu0hBnw

    I really enjoyed listening to Michael and Paul. They communicate things so very well.

    (It’s a shame there is a bold, all caps typo at the one minute mark. “Fluoridation” is spelled “Fluoradation”.)

  16. Andrenio says:

    If sugar distroys teeth: Will dentists lobby campaigns against it?

    If Fluorid lowers number of cavities: Will they lobby it, diminishing their profits?

    Why then antifluoride activists repeat this unlogical claim?

    I am a dentist by the way.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Andrenio !
      I am glad you are here.
      Perhaps you could help me.
      I would like to find some graphics in relation to “Dental Fluorosis”.

      I know that swallowing Fluoride upsets many enzymes in the body, among those are enzymes which effect the enamel formation of the teeth (or bones). The hydroxylapatite becomes more porous with fluoride, because the normal matrix growth is different. This results in white splotches or brown colorations, and also, teeth or bones can become more brittle.

      I am interested in some graphics which show this porosity formation as opposed to normal bone/tooth matrix. Graphics on a kindergarten level are preferred.

      I am an Activist in the North Texas area. I work on this website and with campaigns.
      http://www.DallasForSaferWater.com

    • mkey says:

      Could it be possible some dentist associations receive funds from nefarious sources to push for fluoride? The rest is just guilt by association.

  17. HomeRemedySupply says:

    YES!
    April 29th Lawsuit update
    (4 minutes)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1yiiyLthYg

  18. HomeRemedySupply says:

    “…Fluoride is an element that is considered a National Security Risk….”
    (Around 4:50 of this video)
    Shocking Government Coverups Hide Fluoride’s Connection to Cancer!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKgz0GKN7QA

    This reminds me of Corbett’s Report: 9/11 Suspects: Christine Todd Whitman – Head of the EPA
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s64SJD9JkQ0

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