I was looking for an email and as I was looking I came across this from well over two years ago and thought you would want to know the corruption that you are willing ingesting.
Fluoride was used by the Nazis in concentration camps to keep the inmates passive. The poison serves to decrease resistance to authority.
Alcoa Aluminum, which produced fluoride as a manufacturing byproduct, combined forces with I. G. Farben, the Nazi-era conglomerate, which utilized fluoride in creative, profitable ways, including deadly nerve gas.
After the war, with decades of effective propaganda from Alcoa, most U.S. municipalities came to fluoridate their water.
The key justification was and is that fluoride is good for teeth and is harmless, although the dental benefit is consistently unsubstantiated when tested. But a toddler can die from eating too much toothpaste with fluoride, and the effect of fluoride on teeth is to harden them to the point of making them brittle. The bone cancer rate is six times higher among young males in fluoridated communities.
Apart from the ongoing benefit to the aluminum industry and other industries which do not have to dispose of toxic fluoride waste — instead, putting it into the water — the control of the populace via fluoride may be a consideration for ongoing overexposure. After all, there is a lot riding on the public’s acceptance of everything from corrupt politics and elections, destruction of nature for profit, and commercial domination of daily living.
It is not only fluoridated water systems giving people fluoride; the pollutant is emitted into the air and water from factories and mines, and ends up in food, drinks and toothpaste. Babies that get fluoridated water added to their food or formula get several times the safe level of exposure. Levels of exposure and accumulation in older children and adults are on average several times what is safe, according to many studies (see references). Yet, despite fluoride’s demonstrable dangers, industry influence has won so far. Has the population succumbed to dumbness via chemicals, or is it pervasive propaganda? The answer is both.
Not surprisingly, today’s research dominated by corporate interests and an academia propping up the status quo does not over-investigate sources of pollution and health damage from industry. It is too much to expect corporate-supported experts to pursue the issue of how our brains are affected, and what this means for our lives as controlled citizens herded by institutions, laws, and the domesticated, paved landscape.
This report deals with only two pollutants which are produced willfully and in great quantities without the informed consent of those affected. How efficient: control one society with two chemicals. No doubt other chemicals are involved. To also take into account the plethora of approved, but untested chemicals provided by Dupont, oil companies and others, and estimate the impact on our health and behavior, is extremely hard to do.
The “precautionary principle” has been thrown out the window, as demonstrated by the U.S. Congress’s Delaney Clause (barring carcinogenic substances) being tossed by the Clinton/Gore Environmental Protection Agency. (I, CWS, am confident they and their children do not ingest these chemicals.)
Improving on nature is a common explanation of the excesses of corporations, industries and government policies. But to enforce the so-called improvement on nature there has to be a passive public. Combining fluoride with carbon monoxide and other chemicals (that synergize with unpredictable results) with the massive propagandizing assaulting the public through media and public “education,” it is easy keep the public out of the decision process. The answer to this state of affairs lies is local action and taking local, responsible control. Washington would eventually follow if it wants to.
The public health crisis is not an honest mistake by hard-working people trying to do good jobs, when decade after decade the public trust is betrayed by corrupt politicians and officials. Nor is this a matter of electing the right president: Aside from the consideration of anyone being elected having to be approved by the powers that be whose interests will be protected, the greater issue is our consuming habits as practiced by the most materialistic, wasteful culture ever seen.
When massive chemical production and energy use are tantamount to progress (even though this is unsustainable and harmful to life on our delicate planet) we are faced with nothing less than a breakdown of civilization. The crisis has implications for social relations at all levels, including how much a brain-pollutant is allowed on the market.
Instead of raising hell and taking a stand, the embattled consumer wishes most often for a little more relief and distraction. When disaster strikes, it may be seen as unreal as a television show, even as the body gives out and the spirit goes out with barely a whimper.
The American victim sees relatives and friends struggling and succumbing to the rising epidemic of cancer, but the daily routine goes on without question: make more money, pay off the rising debts, and don’t take any action on global warming or the war on Iraq.
We are suggesting there are explanations for inaction beyond what is commonly suggested. With more complete understanding, some individualized health purification, and old-fashioned indignation, solutions are more easily forthcoming — if people work together.
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