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originally posted by: pl3bscheese
a reply to: Chadwickus
You should read some of the actual studies some time. I've read at least 6 from China. The results are clear, the reduction in iq is inversely correlated with concentration of fluoride in the water supply.
originally posted by: GoShredAK
I love it when conspiracy theory becomes conspiracy fact.
In your face! naysayers of old........
for years now I have been using fluoride free toothpaste, and avoid fluoridated water and beverages as much as possible.
Something that makes me so angry and is so outrageous is that they sell water for infants that is specially fluoridated. These POSs do not even care if they poison our babies robbing them of their full developmental potential.
It is a crime against humanity and the ones responsible need to hang from their necks...
originally posted by: FREEMINDSOFMAN
The pineal gland is what gives us our conscience ,and allows creativity and intuition which includes the ability to sense when someone is being dishonest ,and most importantly Empathy ,basically all the things the elites hate
originally posted by: lilalice
Fluoride as the word goes calcifies Pineal Gland aka Third Eye which plays a vital role in "Prudence". It's known to create a crystalline coating outside Pineal Gland.
originally posted by: Chadwickus
originally posted by: Dark Ghost
They will try, vehemently of course, but it seems the debunkers have their hands full with this article.
Not at all.
Typical disinformation from natural news appealling to weak minded confirmation bias.
Bourke Shire Council has been convicted and fined $10,000 and ordered to pay the prosecutor’s costs of $14,000 after pleading guilty to unlawfully transporting and disposing of hazardous waste at its own waste depot. The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) brought the prosecution in the Local Court after it became aware that council staff transported between 400 and 600 kilograms of sodium fluoride, a hazardous waste, to the Bourke waste depot from its water treatment plant. The Local Court was told the incident occurred in October 2010 and that the waste depot was not licensed to accept hazardous waste.