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Water Fluoridation - "Criminal Insanity" by Dr E.H. Bronner
This is an extract from a letter written by Dr EH Bronner, a chemist and nephew of Albert Einstein who was a prisoner of war during World War II, printed in The Catholic Mirror, Springfiled, MA, January 1952
"As a research chemist of established standing, I built within the past 22 years, 3 American chemical plants and licensed 6 of my 53 patents. Based on my years of practical experience in the health-food and chemical field, let me warn: fluoridation of drinking water is criminal insanity, sure national suicide. Don't do it.
Even in small quantities, sodium fluoride is a deadly poison to which no effective antidote has been found. Every exterminator knows that it is the most efficient rat-killer.... Sodium fluoride is entirely different from organic calcium-fluoro-phosphate needed by our bodies and provided by nature, in God's great providence and love, to build and strengthen our bones and our teeth. This organic calcium-fluoro-phosphate, derived from proper foods, is an edible organic salt, insoluble in water and assimilable by the human body, whereas the non-organic sodium fluoride used in fluoridating water is instant poison to the body and fully water soluble. The body refuses to assimilate it.
Careful, bonafide laboratory experimentation by conscientious, patriotic research chemists, and actual medical experience, have both revealed that instead of preserving or promoting 'dental health,' fluoridated drinking water destroys teeth, before adulthood and after, by the destructive mottling and other pathological conditions it actually causes in them, and also creates many other very grave pathological conditions in the internal organisms of bodies consuming it. How can it be called a "health" plan? What's behind it?
That any so-called "doctors" would persuade a civilized nation to add voluntarily a deadly poison to its drinking water systems is unbelievable. It is the height of criminal insanity.
Originally posted by xFloggingMaryx
I know that where I live they definitely put fluoride in the water.
I was at the dentist a few weeks ago and they must have told me at least four separate times during the teeth cleaning that I should drink tap water for the fluoride in it.
Not so much that I should buy some kind of fluoride rinse - but that I should drink the tap water. (Needless to say, I bought a fluoride rinse... I'm not drinking the tap.)
But what gave me pause was literally how many times they told me I had to drink the tap water, even pausing to mention that I should avoid bottled water since it doesn't have fluoride.
Originally posted by Silend
Maybe a dumb question, if you cook the water will the fluoride disapear?
Originally posted by Lil Drummerboy
reply to post by Bursuc
Thank you for that breakdown.
From what I have read about chlorinated water, it causes tears in your artery walls
in turn causing cholesterol to stick in the tears,. in turn causing blockages as it builds up
Originally posted by Silend
Many times when i am on this forum, i see a good thread, and i see alot of text i just don't want to put the effort on reading it, or when i see a interesting title of the thread, something in me says, ahh to much time on clicking on it
and when i want to reply i have something to tell but i don't know how to tell it, than i think screw it i am not replying, i am giving it up very fast. i have it a long time already. Then i heard something about floride in water that makes os slow down and makes os motivation down.. well i have these symptons, and i drink alot of tap water, do they really put something in our water to make os/me like that, do you guys have any of these symptons? please tell me.
and btw i am not the best in English Sorry!edit on 10-5-2011 by Silend because: (no reason given)edit on 10-5-2011 by Silend because: (no reason given)edit on 10-5-2011 by Silend because: Spelling mistakes