How your Canadian Government's are dumbed down and it is in the Water
While these in Government think in Canada they are doing everyone a favor, they are harming you and your children with poisons and toxic’s
|Bombshell: How Fluoride Is Killing You and Your Children -
Because fluoride from water builds up over time in the human body, this reduction will not eliminate the dangers of fluoride– which include risk of bone cancer, bone fractures, thyroid disorder, brain inflammation, lowered IQ and mental functions, sterility or reduced fertility and more. However, it is a good sign that the powers-that-be are losing ground on the fluoride debate. Further, the reduction of fluoridation is proof that the warnings from activists, critics and health professionals have been heard after all.
As Alex Jones points out in the video, many of those health professionals who have been blowing the whistle on fluoridation for decades are employees or union contractors of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and other governmental regulation agencies. Their objections, based on alarming scientific studies such as the one linking fluoridation with a seven-fold increase in bone cancer for boys, have heretofore been almost wholly ignored, until now. One reason for this government admission, by the way, likely has to do with limiting liability for those harmful effects, or even establishing immunity for districts who adhere to lowering the fluoride standard against future claims to harm
At the same time, hundreds of other chemicals including many toxic ingredients like lead, arsenic, radium and uranium are also found in public drinking water. Many of these dangerous toxins are put into the water as part of the fluoride-cocktail administered in the many municipalities across the United States and other Western countries, or are leached into the supply via the acidic levels of fluoride. The compound is often not simply sodium fluoride, but a mix of toxic waste byproduct [see chart for hydrofluosilicic acid] created in the process of scrubbing phosphate fertilizer plants and in other high industry applications, such as aluminum.
Furthermore, while fluoride is scheduled for reduction in public water supplies, it is still very common and often dangerously concentrated in many food products at levels of many more parts per million than water and in pesticides used for food production, and in the soils where those pesticides are used.
Though these other fluoride dangers are significant enough that we need to continue educating and informing our fellow friends, neighbors and families, those who have long spoken out about this issue can cherish one victory on the road to taking back our nation, our lives and our health. Now, with this important government admission, we must push for complete removal of added fluoride from public water in our areas.
Further, as advisors to government bodies around the world attempt to argue for forced mass-medication by adding substances like lithium to public water, we must argue against ‘forced consent’ and demand one of our most integral human rights– that no government of man can make a law to force medicate us against our will. We have a human right to say no, especially when we know better
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Government officals that drink too much Fluoridation in their water
Fluoridation weighed at Calgary public meeting
Last Updated: Wednesday, January 26, 2011 | 5:34 PM MT
Calgary city council chambers were crowded on Wednesday morning as about 40 members of the public signed up to speak to the contentious issue of fluoridation.(CBC) Members of the public lined up on Wednesday to have their say in the city fluoridation debate.
A city committee held the hearing to get feedback before making a recommendation to council on whether or not the city should continue adding the chemical to the water supply. Ald. Druh Farrell has been calling for an end to the program for years, and this year she had the support of at least five other members of council.
Dozens of people signed up to speak in council chambers Wednesday morning, from concerned parents to medical professionals. "I was angry with myself because it could have been prevented, had I been educated," said Calgarian Colleen Cran.
Cran said that when she became a dental assistant in the 1970s, she gave her son fluoride supplements because she thought it was good for him. She said his adult teeth began to fall out at the age of six, a sign of dental fluorosis — while she and the rest of the family who weren't on the supplements had no such problems. Colleen Cran has long been opposed to the use of fluoride in the city's water supply. She said she put her son on fluoride supplements, which led to him developing dental fluorosis at a young age.(CBC) That's why she was asking council to remove the additive from the water.
"It's an industrial waste byproduct, and we've been sold on the story it reduces tooth decay in children," she said. Dr. Richard Musto, Alberta Health Services medical officer of health for the Calgary region, said the research shows fluoridation to be beneficial and that its removal would not be in the best interests of public health. "I think the consequences will be, as has been seen elsewhere, there will be more children and adults who suffer from dental decay," Musto said. Dr. David Keegan, a family physician in downtown Calgary, told members of the committee that fluoride should stay in the water. He said the issue often comes up in his practice, and said he trusts that the city regularly reviews the research and has determined the benefits far outweigh any negative factors.
"Fluoridation helps everybody ... it helps little kids and helps older people," said Keegan. "The people it helps most, though, are people who are not able to get as great access to ... other ways to get fluoride, who aren't able to pay for fluoride enamel [from] the dentists or so on." The city has a responsibility to concern itself with public health, Keegan said, and that includes the use of fluoride. Fluoridation costs $750K a year Musto said that if the public couldn't accept council's judgment on the matter, then a plebiscite should be considered.
Farrell has said she doesn't support taking the matter to another plebiscite, as was done in 1989 when 53 per cent voted in favour of adding fluoride, and again in 1998 when 55 per cent voted to keep the chemical in the water.
She wants to bring forward a motion to council requesting the province change the city's water licence. That would initiate a lengthy approval process that would include further consultation.
The cost of adding fluoride to Calgary's water is about $750,000 per year. The city is also facing pricey upgrades to the Bearspaw and Glenmore water treatment plants needed for the fluoridation process in the near future.