Fluoride In The Water by Rosanne Lindsay via Natural Blaze
GNN Note – This is categorized as “End Times” because we feel so strongly about this poison being added to our water systems. Most major cities around the US add fluoride to the water and claim that it helps with protecting our teeth. While this may be true what it does to our brains is not worth any benefit it may bring to the table. Stop drinking poison.
Are you drinking fluoridated water?
According to statistics from the CDC, fluoridated water reaches more than 204 million U.S. residents— or just under 74 percent of the population on public water systems. In 1999, the CDC proclaimed community water fluoridation as one of 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century.
Water fluoridation began in 1945 when Grand Rapids Michigan became the first city to fluoridate their water based on the idea that it reduced tooth decay rates. However, excess fluoride causes dental and skeletal fluorosis, and dental carries. But that’s not all. In 2014, a study published in the journal Lancet, declared Fluoride a neurotoxin, affecting the brain. Other studies show that fluoride, as fluorosilicic acid, in the drinking water to affect every organ system in the body, including behavior.
Fluoride in the public water supply is not natural, elemental fluorine found in soil. Rather, it is both sodium fluoride, rat poison, and hydrofluosilicic acid, or HFSA, a toxic byproduct of the fertilizer industry. Stannous fluoride can be found in over-the-counter toothpaste and mouthwash. It’s often used as a protective treatment during dental checkups.
We are told that the small amounts of fluoride added to tap water is not harmful. However, no one is monitoring all the sources of fluoride that make up an average daily exposure. Few people understand that as fluoride accumulates in the body and brain, it is not necessarily excreted.
The consumption of these forms of fluoride contributes to thyroid disease, cancers, the development of skeletal and dental fluorosis, pineal gland calcification, and lower IQ.
The Case Against Fluoride
In 2016, the Fluoride Action Network (FAN) and coalition partners filed a citizen petition asking the EPA to ban the deliberate addition of fluoridating chemicals to U.S. drinking water under Section 21 of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). In 2017, EPA denied the petition and later made a motion to dismiss. In response, FAN and coalition partners filed a lawsuit challenging the EPA’s denial of their petition. On December 30th, the federal court denied EPA’s motion to dismiss. This allows the citizen petition to be heard in a federal court on fluoride neurotoxicity in the New Year. See timeline.
In 2020, will EPA finally be held accountable for decades of neglect with respect to protecting citizens from the deliberate addition of a known neurotoxic substance to the public drinking water?
Cities Banning Fluoride
Over the past 19 years, FAN has facilitated the removal of fluoride from the water supplies of hundreds of communities across North America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Europe. Of the largest US cities, six do not add fluoride to their water: