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What’s in the Water?

“This fluoride water is a chemical soft-working tranquilizer. Hitler put fluoride in the water to keep his prisoners quiet, and the same thing happens in other parts of the world.” DR. JAN DE VRIES, Dr. H.Med., Ph.D., D.Ac., D.O., N.D.

“The environmental protective agency in the United States has shown that the water in the 90 largest cities in the United States’ all cause cancer.”  DR. WILLIAM ELLIS, D.O.

                It becomes a frightening future when you realize that your water supply is no longer safe to drink.  Fluoride is a chemical derived from fluorine, a highly poisonous chemical element.  Fluoride has been titled a “soft working tranquilizer” because of its highly calming effects on humans and animals (McLellan 1).  Fluoride has been shown as a forming factor in many types of cancer, including in the mouth, ovaries, intestines, and kidneys, and has even been linked to osteoporosis.  It seems quite strange that a chemical that could harm us so much would be intentionally introduced into our everyday drinking water.

Unfortunately, that is exactly what has happened.  Fluoride was first introduced into the United States drinking water supply in 1945 in Grand Rapids, Michigan (“City of Grand Rapids”).  Citizens were told then and have been continuously assured that fluoride is ‘good for your teeth’.   These same citizens sadly have not been told that fluoride causes them to be more docile.  No sane human being wants to be drugged without their knowledge.  Fluoride is now is drinking water all over the United States, in some bottled water, and in toothpaste.  Children even have to gargle with it at many schools as a part of their daily regimen.  I remember having to do this myself in elementary school each day.

                The conclusion here is that fluoride is dangerous and a drug.  It causes us to think and respond more slowly, as well as causing bodily diseases.  Do you think it is okay for a chemical of this nature to be in our drinking water supply?  How do you feel about this information?  What do you think about using fluoride in toothpaste? Fluoride does help prevent tooth decay; do you think that is an okay trade-off for long-term brain effects and disease?  Leave your thoughts.

References:

McLellan, Helen. “Fluoridation.” Consumer Health 3.2 (1986): 1. Web. 19 Nov 2010. http://www.consumerhealth.org/articles/display.cfm?ID=19990817225011.

“Fluoride in Drinking Water.” City of Grand Rapids. City of Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2010. Web. 19 Nov 2010. <http://www.grand-rapids.mi.us/index.pl?page_id=7654&gt;.
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