Fluoride—Drinking Ourselves to Death?

There’s nothing like a glass of cool, clear water to quench your thirst! But the next time you turn on the tap, you might want to question whether that water is in fact, too toxic to drink. If your water is fluoridated, the answer is likely yes. For decades, we have been told a lie; a lie that has led to the deaths of millions of Americans and weakened the immune system of tens of millions more. THIS LIE IS CALLED FLUORIDATION: The process of dripping fluoride into our municipal water supplies, which we were told was a safe and effective method of protecting our teeth from decay, but realistically, it is a deception of monumental proportions.

Remember the enormous volcanic eruption in Iceland about a year ago? Animals in southern Iceland were at risk of fluoride poisoning if they inhaled or ingested the ash from the eruption. Fluoride poisoning can lead to internal bleeding, long-term bone damage and tooth loss, according to BBC News (April 19, 2010):

The fluoride in the ash creates acid in the animals’ stomachs, corroding the intestines resulting in hemorrhages. It also binds with calcium in the bloodstream and after heavy exposure over a period of days makes bones frail and causes teeth to crumble.

Most folks never “connect the dots” between the tragic poisoning of these animals due to a natural event, and the intentional poisoning of human beings through accumulated fluoride toxicity from daily exposure.

In the USA, the practice of adding sodium fluoride to your tap water began in the 1940’s, but this wasn’t the first time fluoride had been added to the water supply. USAF Major George R. Jordan testified before  the UN-American Activity committees of Congress in the 1950’s that in his post as USA-Soviet liaison officer (1930’s), the Soviets openly admitted to “using the fluoride in the water supplies in their concentration camps, to make the prisoners stupid, docile, and subservient.”

But isn’t fluoride good for your teeth?…

Author: Ty Bollinger

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