A Message of Support to the City of Windsor, Ontario

GENRE: Email letter

TO: Mayor and Councillors of Windsor, Ontario


DATE SENT: Wed, Jan 30, 2013 at 12:47 AM

TITLE: A Message of Support to the City of Windsor, Ontario

STATUS: Awaiting response

UPDATES: Any updates should be posted in the comments section below
To: mayoro@city.windsor.on.ca
Cc: ddilkens@city.windsor.on.ca, rjones@city.windsor.on.ca, fvalentinis@city.windsor.on.ca, ahalberstadt@city.windsor.on.ca, esleiman@city.windsor.on.ca, joagignac@city.windsor.on.ca, phatfield@city.windsor.on.ca, bmarra@city.windsor.on.ca, hpayne@city.windsor.on.ca, amaghnieh@city.windsor.on.ca

RE: Fluoride no longer to be added to Windsor water

Dear Mayor and Councillors,

Your heroic efforts in standing up to the pro-fluoridation dental lobby, reflects your common sense; and demonstrates a deep respect for the well-being and dignity of your community.

If anyone questions the scientific and/or ethical validity underpinning your groundbreaking decision, you should challenge them to read the book listed below; and then to demonstrate their confidence by offering to debate the lead author (Connett):

The Case Against Fluoride by Dr. Paul Connett, Dr. James Beck, and Dr. Spedding Micklem.

We assure you, the promoters of fluoridation have nothing but hot air to support their claims of “safety” and “effectiveness” – thus, over time, the wisdom of your decision will become more and more apparent.

The people of Windsor owe you a debt of gratitude; and we, in Australia, are cheering you on. Congratulations!


AFAM Research Division
Mildura, Victoria, Australia


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