Attn. Minister Sprinborg: a follow-up (from Dec. 2 email) to your claims today

GENRE: Email

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.

Today, you are quoted in this piece:

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:

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:

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:

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

———- Forwarded message ———-

From: Daniel Z

Date: Sun, Dec 2, 2012 at 4:19 PM

Subject: Correction: Statement of ‘fact’ in Parliamentary session


Cc:, Paul Connett <>, pconnett <>

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):

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


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