posted on Aug, 29 2013 @ 03:40 AM
Yes fluoride is good for the aluminum industry, which used to have to dispose of it as a toxic waste, as it was fostered on the public as a cavity
preventative while this was never proven. It is also good for the medical industry as the form used in drinking water is carcinogenic and can increase
your risk of cancer bone disorders and other ailments. Used extensively in concentration camps as it is known to make humans docile. And don't forget
its use in rat poison. Sodium fluoride is a wonder drug with no end to its potential.
Don't let those kill-joys in many European countries who have outlawed its use spoil your fun - insist upon fluoride in your drinking water, it will
keep your children docile and make your dentist happy [notice dentists & manufacturers of false teeth are also doing better than ever in spite of
fluoride] - why some nuts even think it is bad for your teeth [makes them too brittle].
Don't let any of this bother you flouride fans it works well with your dentist, who if you are not careful will put a
Mercury amalgam filling in your teeth and if you ask will tell you the mercury is inactive and won't harm you
- BUT when he has to dispose of it from a pulled tooth must dispose of it as a toxic waste!
For more information on teeth see: The Weston A. Price Foundation
Fluoride: Worse than We Thought
At this link:
Here is a quote from the above mentioned article:
So What's the Truth About Tooth Decay?
The truth is that more and more evidence shows that fluorides and dental fluorosis are actually associated with increased tooth decay. The most
comprehensive US review was carried out by the National Institute of Dental Research on 39,000 school children aged 5-17 years.18 It showed no
significant differences in terms of DMF (decayed, missing and filled teeth). What it did show was that high decay cities (66.5-87.5 percent) have 9.34
percent more decay in the children who drink fluoridated water. Furthermore, a 5.4 percent increase in students with decay was observed when 1 ppm
fluoride was added to the water supply. Nine fluoridated cities with high decay had 10 percent more decay than nine equivalent non-fluoridated
The world's largest study on dental caries, which looked at 400,000 students, revealed that decay increased 27 percent with a 1ppm fluoride increase
in drinking water.19 In Japan, fluoridation caused decay increases of 7 percent in 22,000 students,20 while in the US a decay increase of 43 percent
occured in 29,000 students when 1ppm fluoride was added to drinking water.21