Frank Veracity/PPJ Contributor
October 2, 2011

This excellent video explains how you can put your City council on the hook for liability for allowing fluoride into the water supply.  You may demand that they put a warning on customer water bills.


 The experts in this video suggest the following strategy:

Instead of collecting a large amounts of signatures on a petition, they advocate educating City Council members directly on the dangers of fluoride.  Mosaic, a fluoride manufacturer, recently printed a warning on their Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) that provides evidence that fluoride is harmful.  Mosaic’s Material Safety Data Sheet may be used as evidence to give to any City Council across the country.  Here is Mosaic’s warning (on page 2):

Prolonged or repeated overexposure to fluoride compounds may cause fluorosis.  Fluorosis is characterized by skeletal changes, consisting of osteosclerosis (hardening or abnormal density of bone) and osteomalacia (softening of bones) and by mottled discoloration of the enamel of teeth (if exposure occurs during enamel formation). Symptoms may include bone and joint pain and limited range of motion. Conditions aggravated by exposure may include skin and respiratory (asthma-like) disorders.” 

If you warn your City Council members of the danger of fluoride, they become liable because they now have knowledge of the issue.  The activists suggest that you can meet with them or present the information at a City Council meeting.  They advocate demanding that a warning be added to customers’ water utility bills about fluoride’s damaging effects. 

The 4 major points to explain to your City Council members are:

1.  Fluoride fails to protect teeth, despite its claims, and actually damages teeth- especially in children while their teeth are forming (birth through 8 years of age).

2.  The fluoride that is used is known as ‘Hydrofluosilicic Acid’ or ‘Fluosilicic Acid’ which is made from toxic waste that may also contain lead, arsenic, mercury and radionucleotides.  This is because it comes from industrial waste from manufacturing fertilizer, nuclear weapons, mining waste and chimney pollution scrubbers. 

http://sonic.net/kryptox/environ/toxidump.htm

3.  There is no dosage control, it depends on water intake. 

4.  Budget issues are also important; it costs an average of $800,000 to install a fluoride delivery system in a water facility, and then there are the continuing costs for the fluoride.

 Here is the warning that the Austin activists are asking to have printed on water bills:

Fluoride Warning on Austin Water Utility Bills
(direct language from the CDC, the Austin city web site and MSDS)

“In January of 2011 the CDC lowered the maximum level of fluoride allowed in tap water from 1.2 ppm to 0.7 ppm.  Austin currently fluoridates at 0.7 ppm.  Prolonged or repeated overexposure to fluoride compounds may cause fluorosis.  Fluorosis is characterized by skeletal changes, consisting of osteosclerosis and osteomalacia and by mottled discoloration of the enamel of teeth if exposure occurs during enamel formation of children and infants.

If you are concerned about fluorosis in children and infants, you can minimize exposure to fluoride by using non-fluoridated water for children and for reconstitution of infant formula.

http://www.hhs.gov/news/press/2011pres/01/pre_pub_frn_fluoride.html

For more information, visit Fluoride Free Austin

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Southern California Metropolitan Water District (MWD) is being sued for adding fluoride to water because there has been no testing for the safety of this unapproved drug, without the consent of water users. 

http://www.fluoridefreeaustin.com/California%20Lawsuit%208-10-11.pdf

http://www.mosaicco.com/images/Hydrofluosilicic_Acid_05_11.pdf

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