Neil Foster stirs up the fluoride-in-water health controversy, in Ireland’s Sovereign Independent:
In the video below, John Gormley, 3 years prior to becoming the [Irish] Minister of the Environment clearly stated on RTE’s ‘Primetime’ program that fluoridated water was dangerous for babies and indeed elaborated on this by informing the public, quite rightly, that it caused bone cancer in children. He now expects us to pay, through the use of water meters, for the very same fluoridated toxic water which he openly admits is detrimental to human health.
Despite the clear evidence that this is indeed the case and the statement by Gormley back in 2003 that there was no need for fluoride in the public water supply, it is still there poisoning our children and adults alike. Fluoride is better known as a rat and insect poison and is still used as such to this day.
Why then are we still having to drink toxic water?
Let’s go back in time to 1855 to Freiberg, Germany where fluoride was first successfully prosecuted. At that time people living close to a steel smelting plant were paid compensation due to damage to their health as a direct result of fluoride contamination of their neighbourhood. Similar cases were then brought in 1893 which again led to successful prosecutions against the steel makers where again damages were paid. In 1900 financial penalties resulting from successful prosecutions threatened to bring a halt to the steel plants in Germany and Britain such was the overwhelming evidence of fluoride damage to human health and even livestock when in 1907 crippled cattle were shown to have been poisoned by fluoride contamination of their water supply.
Freiberg has a very close connection to John Gormley and may indeed explain his whole so called ‘green’ ideology which is nothing short of Marxist Socialism…
[continues at the Sovereign Independent]
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