Fluoride in Water Causes Illnesses and Lowers I.Q. (Video)

Studies Show Fluoride in Water Causes Illnesses and Lowers I.Q.

The governments of the world and the American Dental Association (ADA) have done a great job convincing the public that fluoride in the water is good and necessary for teeth – especially children’s teeth. However, numerous studies show this chemical byproduct is waste material and definitely causes illnesses and lowers I.Q. Children are particularly susceptible.

Fluoride has been classified as a drug and is the only drug added to the water supply. This severely violates informed consent, the right to take or not take a drug and certainly the right not to be forced to take one or be ignorant of it.

It has been noted that the profit motive intervened in considering what to do with all the poisonous waste from such things as glass production, phosphate fertilizer and others. So the bright idea came up to create a story that fluoride was good for teeth and so it was then added to the water supply. Now, 75 percent of the country adds fluoride to water and toothpaste, causing all kinds of damage. But that is not how it actually began.

Mr. Charles Perkins, a chemist, wrote a book called The Truth About Water Fluoridation. He states that Hitler and the Nazis devised a plan to control the population by making them docile, unresisting and also cause sterility. The master plan became the use of medication in the form of fluoride.

Later the Russian communists adopted this idea, feeling it would fit very well their plans to dominate the world.

Journalist Christopher Bryson spent ten years writing a book called The Flouride Deception. He tells the history of this dangerous drug; after WW II, there was a government campaign which resulted in adding it to toothpaste. Later, it was put into all the water supplies.

Here’s the true origin in the U.S. as he reveals it: the Manhattan Project in the 1940’s (making of the atomic bomb) needed fluoride to produce plutonium and uranium for weapons. However, the fluoride was greatly damaging to the workers in these plants and resulted in many lawsuits.

There was also damage in facilities making fluoride in a certain part of New Jersey which caused a blighting of crops and illness.

In an effort by the government to avoid massive litigation for all this growing damage, they ordered the promotion of fluoride as safe and effective for tooth decay in order to calm the public’s fears. However, if more people know sodium fluoride is used to make rat poison, they wouldn’t be so convinced, would they?

A study in the 1950s showed extreme damage to lungs and lymph nodes in experimental animals due to fluoride. However, the study was suppressed.

Other studies show fluoride has no real benefit in preventing tooth decay. In fact, most of mainland Europe does not fluoridate their water and their teeth are just fine – or even better than Americans.

Some of the effects of fluoridation are an increase in bone cancer in boys since 90 percent of fluoride settles in the bones; it leaches calcium and magnesium from the bones, causing them to become softer. It creates a worsening of Alzheimer’s or causes it, an increased cancer rate, heart disease and a serious problem with the thyroid.

Additionally, fluoride is not only in the water but in food and medicine processed with fluoridated water.

Dr. Paul Connet, Director of the Fluoride Action Network, says there is a definite connection between children’s I.Q and fluoride in the blood. More worrisome, the fluoride levels in the areas of lower I.Q were lower than the standard, acceptable level. Further, fluoride is even more toxic than lead and a little less toxic than arsenic, so the danger is made worse. Even at the lower fluoride level, a baby gets 175 more times fluoride than breastfed babies. Considering these brains are still developing, that’s fairly dangerous.

The Institute of Environmental Health Sciences journal Environmental Health Perspectives shows, for something like the 25th time now, that fluoride damages brain development and leads to significantly lower IQ levels in humans.

The ADA persists in asserting fluoride is safe and effective in preventing tooth decay. Why is that? It’s because if they don’t, they will have to say…oops, we were wrong; fluoride is not good for you and will make you sick. In other words, they lose credibility.

The use and enforcement of fluoride appears to be quite a bit more sinister than preventing tooth decay – on which it has little if any effect..Actually, it causes damage to the outer layer of teeth.

There’s good news – the Supreme Court of Israel has also decided to ban fluoride in their country by next year, according to Natural News.

Over the past several years, 19 countries have rejected fluoride in there water supply. This country is lagging behind but, still, about 70 states have rejected or discontinued its use.

As a handling, certain water filters will remove fluoride such as reverse osmosis, natural spring water and distillation. It would be very wise to make use of one of those.

The evidence is clear that the use of this waste material, fluoride, causes illness and lowers I.Q. when used in water. Does a nation of zombies come to mind?

(op-ed)

By: Lucille Femine

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12 Responses to Fluoride in Water Causes Illnesses and Lowers I.Q. (Video)

  1. Andy Holm October 27, 2013 at 8:31 pm

    How Chris can say that the waste product( should actually read toxic waste product !!) is a natural mineral is just beyond any science. With a statement like that, Chris, its better to close your lips , really !

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    • Debz Whipple Chris Price October 27, 2013 at 10:26 pm

      Fluoride, the 13th most abundant element on the earth’s crust, is a chemical ion of the element fluorine – fluoride has one extra electron that gives it a negative charge.

      Fluoride is found naturally in soil, water, foods, and several minerals, such as fluorapatite and fluorite.

      Fluoride concentration in seawater averages 1.3 ppm (parts per million), while in fresh water supplies the natural range is typically between 0.01 to 0.3 ppm. In some parts of the world, fresh water contains fluoride levels which are dangerous and can lead to health problems.

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  2. Dee October 21, 2013 at 6:12 pm

    Radiation is in water, too, and causing the same effects: cancer, birth defects, etc.

    Radiation is in the water from nuclear power plants, past atomic testing, nuclear meltdowns like Chernobyl and Fukushima and fracking and uranium mining.

    If this is news to you, check out the highly recommended site ENENEWS.

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    • chris October 21, 2013 at 6:45 pm

      So reading that link it looks like the tin foil hat club is on the band wagon, fluoride is naturalized by water,so it is no longer an acid. And according to the link, Fluoride is a nasty by product of those filthy fertilizer plants
      So if that is the case fluoride was not on this earth until 1843, when the first fertilizer plants were developed, With that in mind there must have been a heap of plants to produce enough fluoride to cover all of the earth.
      See the stupid logic that the tin foil hat club try and scaremonger with

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  3. chris October 20, 2013 at 2:44 am

    Dietary fluoride supplements in the USA are available only by prescription – implying
    FDA approval. FDA do not have jurisdiction over
    additives to drinking water in the USA.
    FDA approval for water fluoridation is unnecessary. The Safe Drinking Water Act of
    1974 repealed the FDA’s jurisdiction over drinking water. In 1979, the FDA and the
    Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) agreed, by a Memorandum of Understanding,
    to clarify their respective roles in relation to
    water quality to prevent overlapping of roles.
    The EPA now has exclusive regulatory authority over drinking water in the USA. The
    Centre for Disease Control (CDC) through its Department of Health and Human
    Resources actively supports a policy of water fluoridation.

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    • ron October 20, 2013 at 5:55 am

      fluoride supplements are NOT FDA approved

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      • chris October 20, 2013 at 12:04 pm

        If you read the post properly you would see that is what I said

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  4. chris October 19, 2013 at 9:52 pm

    most of Europe has natural fluoride or uses fluoride salt
    There is no proof that fluoride at under 1PPM causes any illness /disease
    The IQ research was done in china where fluoride levels can be 50PPM plus they have coal fires.The Harvard research says nothing conclusive
    Sounds like most of the major health organizations need to say opps including the WHO
    Isreal banned it because of political pressure from the FAN group and the water companies who did not want to spend the money on upgrading there systems to fluoridate The public had no say [,this is quite common tactic, it is a lobby group that targets local or national govt and try and leave the public out]
    This socalled waste material is a natural mineral found in all water/food and drink all that is done is adjust the levels to promote tooth health. At recommended levels fluoride causes no problems most of the nasties quoted are in high natural fluoride areas
    and most of this information quoted is from the FANN sites Not independent research sites

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  5. jwillie6 October 19, 2013 at 5:49 pm

    It is illegal for a doctor or a dentist to force anyone to take a drug or a chemical.
    It should be illegal for the government as well, particularly for the toxic waste fluoride (hydrofluorosilicic acid) which is more poisonous than LEAD and only slightly less poisonous than ARSENIC. That’s why it is very effective in pesticides and rodenticides.

    Medical professionals should be ashamed to support such a crude and unethical practice as fluoride which results in cancer, thyroid & pineal gland damage, lowered IQ, kidney disease, arthritis and other serious health problems.
    See “Dangerous Health Effects” at http://www.fluoridealert.org/issues/health/

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    • chris October 20, 2013 at 1:53 am

      The NHMRC report (1999) states “the purpose of this review instigated in 2002 was to
      consider the conclusions and recommendations of the York Report (2000) and conclude
      on what further research was required on fluoride and health. Their conclusions were
      that ‘there is insufficient evidence to establish a link between fluoridated drinking water
      and health, apart from a decreased risk of dental caries and increase in dental fluorosis.
      No increased risk was identified for bone or other cancers, hip fracture, osteoporosis,
      kidneys, or immune systems’”.
      The MRC (2002) report concludes“no links were evident to support claims of adverse
      health outcomes (non-dental) from fluoridation,such as bone fractures, cancer, immune
      system defects, reproductive, kidney, gastrointestinal tract and developmental defects.
      Also discounted were effects resulting from chemicals used in fluoridation”. No
      particular urgency for further studies on adverse health effects was recommended. The
      only additional recommended research was intothe trends in fluoride exposure in
      relation to dental fluorosis and other similar looking tooth defects.

      Levels of the elements As, Ni, Sb, Pb, Cd and Hg in drinking water from all sources are
      within internationally acceptable levels and pose no risk to human health. Manufactures
      and retailers of silico-fluoride reagents are required to certify the heavy metal content of
      their product, which is also subjected toindependent analyses. Regular monitoring of
      processed potable drinking waters ensures that heavy metal contamination is well
      below public health limits. There is no evidence to justify claims that these heavy
      metals are carcinogenic individually or synergistically. The carcinogenic potential of fluoride is without basis according
      to the conclusions of NHMRC 1999; WHO 2002; York Report 2000; and MRC 2002
      reviews and reports. A recent major WHO report on diet, nutrition and disease (2003)
      recommends the use of fluorides and fluoridation to prevent tooth decay.

      Reply

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