TITLE: Attn. Minister Sprinborg: a follow-up (from Dec. 2 email) to your claims today
AUTHOR: Daniel Z
DATE WRITTEN: 14th December, 2012
STATUS: No response, as of 31st December, 2012
UPDATES: Any updates should be posted in the comments section below.
FURTHER READING: The Case Against Fluoride (Connett, Beck & Micklem)
Bcc: Various lists
Dear Minister Springborg,
Forgive me for being so blunt, but you are beginning to severely irritate me with your comments regarding the fluoridation of water, especially as I have previously sent you resources that provide comprehensive rebuttals of pro-fluoridation claims.
My December 2, 2012 email to you is included (below) in order to refresh your memory.
It seems to be party policy to attack anything that appears on the Internet. Leaving aside the obvious absurdity of this claim (elaboration available upon request), I will have you know that I sent you a book suggestion (Connett et al 2010) on December 2, 2012.
For the sake of argument, I will accept your comments on the Internet. This is my end of the deal. Your end of the deal, however, is to provide a scientific, referenced, comprehensive response to the arguments presented in the book.
Here is an overview to get you started: http://www.chelseagreen.com/content/isfr-reviews-the-case-against-fluoride/
Now, as for your comments on Queensland Health, I almost had to laugh out loud. Or, in Internet Speak, ‘LOL’.
Queensland Health is infamous for this piece of unreferenced garbage: http://www.health.qld.gov.au/fluoride/q_and_a.asp
If this is the best Queensland Health can muster for a Q&A document, then your faith would be better placed in glossy magazine astrology, rather than the science of astronomy, if you catch my drift.
Leaving aside the irony of the fact that I found the Queensland Health ‘Q&A’ above “ON THE INTERNET,” to be fair, I will trade one Internet resource for another: http://www.fluoridealert.org/articles/50-reasons/
If you continue to spout pro-fluoridation rhetoric, be warned: Your comments are being noted for future legal actions against the king pins of fluoridation, and their arse-puppet cronies.
Daniel Z | Independent Researcher
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From: Daniel Z
Date: Sun, Dec 2, 2012 at 4:19 PM
Subject: Correction: Statement of ‘fact’ in Parliamentary session
Dear Minister Springborg,
I refer you to the following article:
In this article, you are quoted as follows: “Health Minister Lawrence Springborg told parliament that fluoride was important for oral health.”
You will find a rebuttal of this assertion/assumption here, by a Professor of Chemistry (Queensland, in particular, is mentioned in this presentation): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yq3zZXzU7M
I also highly recommend that you read the following book, of which the above speaker is a co-author (with two other professionals):
For your benefit, I haved Cced in the author/speaker, if you have follow-up questions.
I hope you find this information useful.
Daniel Z | Freelance Writer