If one had to look at the history of fluoride, one would find a tangled web of information. As we explore such history, one will find that in this game, there were a lot of different players, but in this piece, I will try to be as concise as possible.

In the last part of the eighteenth century, a kind of revolution was taking place and taking hold of the modern world. This was not a political, social, or cultural revolution. This was an economic revolution. Unfortunately for us, the by products were some of the most toxic pollutants that humanity has ever seen. And one of the most venomous pollutants of them all was fluoride. By 1930, the aluminum industry was the biggest polluter of fluoride. In America, only one country was in the aluminium business: The Aluminum Company of America, otherwise known as Alcoa. Ironically enough, during that time, U.S. public health services were under the jurisdiction of U.S. Treasury Secretary Andrew Mellon.

It thus happens that Mellon was a co-founder of Alcoa Aluminum. He was also the founder of the Mellon Institution, an industry funded research institute that was notorious for giving industries the scientific data they needed to defend themselves. The Mellon Institute published some of the key elements that supported the effectiveness of fluoride in fighting tooth decay.

It was Dr. Gerald Cox, who also worked at the Mellon Institute, who made the first proposal to artificially fluoridate American water supplies.

Although widely debated, the official human experiments began in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on January 25th, 1945. They were the first to publicly fluoridate their water supply.

“Most people in America are persuaded that everybody fluoridates their water if you’re living in a town like Albany, Long Island, or somewhere, but the vast majority of the population in the world does not drink fluoridated water. Most of the countries do not fluoridate the water. Only about 30” (Dr. Oaul Connett, Ph.D).

The countries that have banned the use of fluoride are China, Austria, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands, Hungary, and Japan. All these countries have said that fluoride is ineffective, and toxic and that, therefore, it should not be used. So, why is America still using it? Doesn’t it show that there is something wrong going on in America when it comes to the public water supply?

There was a lawsuit in Maryland where a woman believed the medical establishment at the time when her daughter was an infant. She gave her daughter 90% of her diet and intake of water with this fluoridated baby water, and so the daughter grew up with severe fluorosis. They were advised to do restorations, which cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, and they cannot carry that burden. They are suing Nestle and Gerber.

Infants are the most at-risk. Yet no manufacturer feels the duty to warn, although they have the duty. They refuse to inform the American public not to use fluoridated water. Children have died because of fluoride:

There is no doubt that fluoride is a very toxic substance. And yet, back in 1997, FDA required manufacturers of toothpaste to put on a warning label which read: “Warnings Keep out of reach of children under 6 years . of age. If more than used for brushing is accidentally swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away,” because toothpastes, as we know, contain sodium fluoride. If it should not be swallowed, why was it still put inside the toothpaste? Why is there a warning label? This is because the Poison Control Center receives thousands of calls a year because of children who have swallowed the toothpaste. But this also means that for one call, there are five calls that do not occur. So, the reality of having children feel ill after swallowing toothpaste, is worse. It is insane to put something poisonous inside a child’s mouth, but then the child is told to spit it out. The poison should not be there in the first place.

So, if the public drinks a bottle of water, should it also call the Poison Control Center?

Can you see the culling in the water?

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