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Don't forget fluoride

Posted by: 4bc.com.au | 17 February, 2011 - 11:11 AM
Dripping tap

4BC Mornings announcer Greg Cary joins  Professor Paul Connett, Founder of the Fluoride Action Network talking about the high levels of Fluoride in Queensland water and the dangers of adding it to our water supply.

Blog comments Your Say

  • The board of the Santa Clara Valley Water District (in California) held a public meeting March 22nd on water fluoridation. This summer they are scheduled to vote on whether or not to fluoridate the water supply. The board and their staff were given 20 copies of a 75-minute cd of doctors explaining the history, origin, and health hazards of this toxic waste. Doctors included John Lee, John Yiamouyannis, and Phyllis Mullenix. The audio is posted at the website www.MaeBrussell.com. Just go to the bottom of the homepage.

    If people were to burn a cd of that audio and spread it around (especially to churches, schools, health food stores and health clubs) you might find it very effective in waking up the public in your area. Good luck.

    Tim Sunday 10 April, 2011 - 3:00 PM
  • We are overdosed with Fluoride, look up the EPA website listing many foods and drinks that contain up to 133ppm Flouride (this is dried egg powder)others are 3-9 ppm the stated adverse health level by the same organisation is 4ppm! (and you will find many others such as NRC and food councils) so if you have Kellog's shredded wheat and a cuppa tea you already have over 10ppm Fluoride.(this is an adverse health level!)
    All this comes from the Fluoridated water supply (in manufacture) or the pesticide or the fertilizer used on the food chain all containong too much Fluoride!
    what a sicko situation!

    Allan Jones Thursday 7 April, 2011 - 12:36 PM
  • Two main points about the forced medication through fluoride by State Governments. No state government that I know of has issued health and safety warnings to all residents of fluoridated areas on the symptoms of fluoride toxicity and poisoning. No standardised medical test is available for the public in the case of fluoride poisoning or toxicity. Is this not negligence in duty of care. How can there be a "safe" dose? Some people are exposed to more fluoride than others. This whole thing is a disaster and the people who are being force medicated aren't particularly questioning where the fluoride comes from and what is potential
    harm can be because they are uninformed. Without knowing what it is you don't know then you never find out. We'll keep being told it's safe. However, I have fluoride toxicity and presented to the doctor with the symptoms. But he didn't recognise the collective symptoms because doctors are just as uninformed as the rest of us are.

    Frances Yule Tuesday 8 March, 2011 - 2:18 PM
  • Thank you Professor Paul Connett & Greg Carey for speaking out on the dangers of Flouride. Two of my daughters have Thyroid problems & buy all of their drinking water flouride free in bottles. Because the flouride in the town water affects their health. Keep on pushing Anna Bligh to remove the Flouride from our drinking water.It was put their by her without my families consent.A toothbrush will do the same job. Our three daughters have beautiful teeth without drinking flouride.

    MarionRE Saturday 26 February, 2011 - 9:01 AM
  • Townsville has had fluoride in its drinking water for approx 47 years. Can someone please tell us how many thousands have died from drinking it - or how many tens of thousands of the population over that time has been suffering horrendous health problems as the main cause of it? hmmm - silence is deafening....

    Anne Friday 25 February, 2011 - 2:07 PM
  • This is just the beginning. Flouride is just one of thousands of dangerous chemicals that we are unexpectantly exposed to everyday through our everyday lives. We need to educate. My brothers, family, associates are unaware of the poison that they consume day after day. But not for long. I am educating myself to educate others. The government will no longer dictate what my family is exposed to. Let's stand up and be responsible for the education of ourselves and our children who will bear the brunt of this more harshly if we don't do something right now.

    Brooke Thursday 24 February, 2011 - 1:59 AM

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