GENRE: Email letter
TO: Councilors of Brisbane
AUTHOR: John T
DATE SENT: Wed, Jan 23, 2013 at 10:58 AM
TITLE: Fluoridation Issues for Councils
STATUS: Awaiting response
UPDATES: Any updates should be posted in the comments section below
I recently wrote to the Lord Mayor of Brisbane Council with my concerns about fluoridation of the water supply. I did this because I was forced to drink this highly hazardous chemical waste for the past 50 years and during that time I have had to overcome cancer, a heart attack and have recently been informed by my dentist, I have receding gums and I will continue to lose my teeth because of this.
My most recent correspondence with the Lord Mayor is attached in response to his initial reply to me.
As you have decided to take a courageous stand on this issue, you will no doubt be pressured by the ADA and the AMA to change your mind.
If you do find yourselves being pressured, ask them the following questions before making any informed decisions:
Is the Fluoride purported to prevent tooth decay Calcium or Sodium Fluoride?
Does Sodium Fluoride occur naturally in waterways or is it simply the highly hazardous chemical waste from the production of aluminum and phosphate fertilizers?
Does the ADA receive any funding from Colgate, the manufacturer and promoter of Sodium Fluoride products, such as toothpaste, mouthwashes, etc.?
Can the ADA refer the Councils to any scientific research, supporting the claim Sodium Fluoride and other highly hazardous chemical waste fluorides are safe to ingest, and consequently beneficial for reducing tooth decay? If not, why not?
Is the ADA aware the Sodium Fluoride and other fluorides added to the water supply are industrial grade, not food grade and have never been tested for safety or efficacy? If not, why not?
Is the ADA aware the highly hazardous chemical waste described as “Fluoride” contains heavy metals such as lead, arsenic, mercury, aluminum? If not, why not?
Is the ADA aware that 95% of the “Fluoride” dumped into the water supply finishes up in the environment? If not, why not?
Is the ADA aware the Queensland and Victorian State governments have passed legislation to prevent them from being prosecuted for adding this highly hazardous chemical waste to the Councils’ water supply? If not, why not?
Once again I commend all of you for taking a the right stand on this issue. Just remember there are already class actions under way against fluoridation, and it is the Councils, not the ADA who will be sued.