Rebuttal: Dr. Christopher Labos, Montreal

Brilliant! Much research in collating the specific information in the links – enjoy watching the timecoded films; and please share widely with your networks.

Source Article

Title: Opinion: Opposition to fluoridated water is baffling
Date: July 16, 2013
Author: Dr. Christopher Labos


1. a) Claim: “In the 1964 movie Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, Sterling Hayden explains to an increasingly nervous Peter Sellers that he launched a nuclear attack on the Soviet Union because the fluoridation of the water supply is a communist plot designed to sap Americans of their “precious bodily fluids.” Now, some 50 years later, a group of similarly minded individuals with equally preposterous notions may have derailed plans to finally bring fluoridation to Quebec on a large scale.”

1. b) Response: “Opponents are “conspiracy theorists.” This was true of one faction of the anti-fluoridation movement in the 1950s, whose members believed that fluoridation was a “communist plot,” as parodied in Stanley Kubrick’s famous movie Dr. Strangelove. However, even in those…

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