Good enough for public, but not the government

The Gazette Opinion Staff
Published: March 3 2014 | 3:06 pm - Updated: 1 April 2014 | 9:06 am in

Fluoride is a by-product of the aluminum industry. Fluoride is toxic and considered a poison if it is swallowed in the form of toothpaste and you are to contact the poison control center if the toothpaste is swallowed. Read the warning label on toothpaste.

Fluoride slows the neurotransmitters of the brain, with the most damage caused to infants who are beginning to develop brain cells. A Harvard Medical School study shows that fluoride lowers the IQ in those who ingest it. Fluoride does not reduce tooth decay when ingested.

Fluoride was first used in the drinking water of the Nazi concentration camps, because it made the prisoners docile, indifferent and easier to control. With fluoride in the water the Nazi guards could control the people with fewer guards. Would we allow mercury, arsenic or lead to be added to our water supply? Yet, we allow fluoride to build up within our bodies, and over years of drinking fluoridated water, we have become indifferent and allowed government to put us into financial debt crippling our great nation.

When fluoride was introduced into Washington D.C. in the 1950s, government employees were offered, at taxpayer expense, bottled spring water so they would not have to drink the public water. The fluoridated water was good enough for the public, but not good enough for government employees. Did the fluoride make the people so indifferent that we allow fascism to rule over our Republic and force us into a prison planet police state that will enslave the sheeple?

Maurice Anholt

Cedar Rapids

 

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