Want to have some fun??? Show this to your dentist!! They squirm and defend fluoride! Then bring up the amalgam debate. Then think about the chemical reaction between the two… Just ask those questions on your next visit. Gee, why are we so unhealthy and have ADD and brain disorders?? The plan IS working! Smarten up, folks. We are in charge of our own health. el > > Remembering that Hitler fluoridated German potable water to keep people > quiescent and cooperative, the following segment may arouse your interest > or your ire: > > “Water fluoridation was invented by brilliant schemers who needed to get > rid of toxic industrial waste that would cost them hundreds of millions of > dollars for proper disposal. They duped politicians with fraudulent science > and endorsements, which is not science, and sold them on a “public health” > idea in which humans are utilized to filter this poison through their > bodies, while 99 percent simply goes down the drain. Adding insult to > injury, they now MAKE hundreds of millions of dollars *selling* this > hazardous industrial waste, rather than having to pay for its disposal. > In his 2012 article *Poison is Treatment—*”Edward Bernays and the > Campaign to Fluoridate America”6, > James F. Tracy reveals the PR campaign that created this fake public health > measure: > > *“The wide-scale U.S. acceptance of fluoride-related compounds in > drinking water and a wide variety of consumer products over the past half > century is a textbook case of social engineering orchestrated by Sigmund > Freud’s nephew and the ‘father of public relations’ Edward L. Bernays,” *he > writes*. “The episode is instructive, for it suggests the tremendous > capacity of powerful interests to reshape the social environment, thereby > prompting individuals to unwarily think and act in ways that are often > harmful to themselves and their loved ones.”* > > I highly recommend taking the time to read Tracy’s informative expose on > how good PR can trump science and keep you in the dark for decades, lest > you dig a bit deeper. The oft-quoted phrase that water fluoridation is one > of the greatest public *health** **achievements* of the 20th *century *was > also created by a Public Relations firm, not hard-core facts.” > > >

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