Saturday, October 20, 2012

FedGov Says There is Too Much Fluoride in Water

For a very brief time earlier this year the mainstream media actually reported this matter as in this video clip:

Of course, the full truth is not disclosed, and in fact a lie is embedded in what the Feds say.  In this video it is said: “The government says there’s no evidence fluoride causes serious illness.  The only concern for now is the potentially serious damage to children’s teeth.”

As anyone can read on ANY toothpaste carton, this is an outright lie.

Even in what is reported in this video, this is shown to be false.  First it is shared that it is causing serious bone damage and then it is said that there’s no evidence of causing serious illness.  And this is just the tip of the iceberg.

If one performs an Internet search for “fed gov says too much fluoride” Google shows “About 559,000 results”.  These results show that the mainstream coverage of this issue was very short lived.

Among the top results are:

FedGov Says There is Too Much Fluoride in Water - Fluorosis A Serious Problem

Too much fluoride in water, government says At MSNBC

U.S. says too much fluoride in water at USA Today

Officials Say Kids Getting Too Much Fluoride at NPR

Government says too much fluoride in water

The toxicity of fluoride and fluorine is well known.  It is a scientific fact.

The EPA has regulations controlling disposal of this toxic waste byproduct of industry.

Yet there exist proponents of putting this toxin in our drinking water and these propagandists are spending large amounts of money to convince the public that this is acceptable.

Fluoride is NOT an essential nutrient.  It is not required in our bodily functions.  This is well documented at:

Fluoride Is Not an Essential Nutrient.

According to the City of Wichita’s Frequently Asked Questions

The City's drinking water contains approximately 0.3mg/L (PPM) of naturally occurring fluoride.

From the MSNBC article linked to above:

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is announcing a proposal to change the recommended fluoride level to 0.7 milligrams per liter of water. And the Environmental Protection Agency will review whether the maximum cutoff of 4 milligrams per liter is too high.

The standard since 1962 has been a range of 0.7 to 1.2 milligrams per liter.

So why is there a push for more fluoride in Wichita’s drinking water?  Wichita’s water already has .3mg/L of naturally occurring fluoride.  The new and improved federal level is a reduction to only .7mg/L of this poison.

Rather than adding this toxic substance to our drinking water we should be demanding that it be filtered from it.

Sadly, many families cannot afford to install effective filtration for their homes and so they and their children are being bombarded with this terrible toxin already.  So the proposed action is to add more of this poison to the water.

The EPA regulates how much fluoride a company is allowed to have in its effluent.  Additionally, sewage treatment plants are regulated concerning the levels of fluoride released into rivers.

Yet we are told that adding this substance to our drinking water is safe.

In our home we installed a reverse osmosis filtering system for our drinking water needs.  But what of the many families who do not know to do this or cannot afford to do this?  A reasonably priced one can be purchased and installed with minimal knowledge of plumbing, yet when families are struggling to afford even basic necessities, what then?

It is a very sad matter when those who have been entrusted with our protection are the very ones who are poisoning us.

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