AUTHOR: Daniel Z
DATE SENT: Fri, May 10, 2013 at 3:09 PM
TITLE: (Addendum A & B) Official notification: Plausible deniability no longer an option for Gympie Regional Council
STATUS: Awaiting response
UPDATES: Any updates should be posted in the comments section below
EXTERNAL LINK: http://youtu.be/Qy9MmM4b7cI
Addendum A: http://www.fluoridealert.org/fan-tv/politics/ (Video time-code, 4 min, 5 sec.)
Addendum B: “The issue of mass medication of an unapproved drug without the expressed informed consent of each individual must also be addressed. The dose of fluoride cannot be controlled. Fluoride as a drug has contaminated most processed foods and beverages… Individuals who are susceptible to fluoride’s harmful effects cannot avoid ingesting this drug. This presents a medico-legal and ethical dilemma and sets water fluoridation apart from vaccination as a public health measure where doses and distribution can be controlled. The rights of individuals to enjoy the freedom from involuntary fluoride medication certainly outweigh the right of society to enforce this public health measure, especially when the evidence of benefit is marginal at best.”
On Fri, May 10, 2013 at 2:53 PM, Daniel Z wrote:
Dear Mayor & Councillors,
I hereby officially make you aware of the following book:
The Case Against Fluoride
Authors: Dr. Paul Connett, Dr. James Beck, Dr. Spedding Micklem
From the lead author: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R39xFn_v82Q&feature=player_detailpage#t=478s
Hundreds of people (Bcc) are now also aware that you each have been notified of the existence of this text. Therefore, you no longer have the legal, moral or intellectual luxury of claiming that you were unaware of the detailed arguments against fluoridation. Plausible deniability is no longer an option for any of you as individuals, nor for your Council, as an organisation.
I grant full permission for anyone to use this email in future legal actions that may be brought against Gympie Regional Council by people claiming damages as a result of the fluoridation of their water supplies; and/or those presenting ethical cases against Gympie Regional Council for overriding their informed consent to treatment.
Given that a leading Australian public health expert recently concluded, “there is insufficient ethical justification for artificial water fluoridation in Australia,” (http://afamildura.files.wordpress.com/2012/12/public-health-ethics-2012-awofeso-phe-phs016.pdf ) I suggest Gympie Regional Council obtains the services of a damned good lawyer.