Is the Government controlling us with Fluoride?

Flouride is in everything we drink...

Fluoridation is a process that has been used for a while now. There is a popular theory that governments add Fluoride to the drinking water. They insist that it is safe to ingest and that it is good for our health, however throughout scientific research scientists have discovered that it is quite the contrary.
According to sources, drinking from water supplies could cause higher rates of cavities, cancer, dental fluorosis, osteoporosis and many other health complications.
Ojasvi Patel
Student. Hampshire

The concept is- the government puts fluoride in everything in order to negatively affect the masses. This could be for their own financial gains, or merely to minimise the population because they have the power to.

During the Second World War, industrial fluoride pollution increased because of the production and extensive use of ALCOA (A company whom had an unlimited supply of toxic waste- including fluoride) aluminium in aircraft manufacturing. Apparently, after this war, many governments began to put fluoride in our water sources to ‘protect people against cavities’.

Approximately 5.7% of the world’s population (372 million people) source artificially fluoridated water in about 24 countries. This includes Australia, Canada, Ireland, the US and the UK.

As little as 1/10 of an ounce of Sodium Fluoride can kill a 100 pound adult. As little as 1/100 of an ounce can kill a 10 pound infant. Even studies have shown how fluoride can cause neurological damage and bone cancer, this is why Hitler and Stalin both used fluoride to sterilise their victims to keep them docile. 

Factually, fluoride is a toxic waste by-product of the aluminium and tin industries and it is the primary ingredient of many lethal concoctions such as rat and cockroach poisons, and a basic ingredient of both Prozac and Sarin Nerve  Gas.

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I'm Kate Pibernik and I love to write! I'm currently studying media and film looking to one day become a full-time media journalist that specializes in short-films and media production. I'm also co-author of an upcoming book.

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Kate Pibernik I'm Kate Pibernik and I love to write! I'm currently studying media and film looking to one day become a full-time media journalist that specializes in short-films and media production. I'm also co-author of an upcoming book.
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