Adding death to water
Another multi-decade health conspiracy
Mercury, a dangerous toxin, was added to dental amalgams in the 1940s.
The dental profession went along with it and threatened any dentist who spoke out against the practice even though the use of mercury in amalgams had been banned previously for decades.
In the 1940s, the dental profession endorsed another toxin: fluoride. This time the adding of it to the water supply.
Different toxin, same story
Public relations pros were brought in to sell the public on the idea that a raw industrial waste (fluoride) could and should be added to drinking water supplies.
Anyone who questioned its use was attacked.
This went on for decades
It still goes on.
66% of US water supplies are still fluoridated. In contrast, only 2% of European water supplies are.
A conspiracy? You bet it is.
Well-funded, well-organized, and ruthlessly executed by experienced operatives.
The people at the top knew they were lying and knew their actions were causing the public harm, but went ahead and did it anyway, using media manipulation, corrupted scientists and raw political power to silence opponents.
The people battle back
There is hope…
In 2005, eleven environmental protection agency EPA employee unions, representing over 7000 environmental and public health professionals of the Civil Service, called for a halt on drinking water fluoridation programs across the USA and asked EPA management to recognize fluoride as posing a serious risk of causing cancer in people.
The unions acted on an apparent cover-up of evidence from Harvard School of Dental Medicine linking fluoridation with an elevated risk of osteosarcoma in boys, a rare but fatal bone cancer.
In addition, over 1,730 health industry professionals, including doctors, dentists, scientists and researchers from a variety of disciplines are calling for an end to water fluoridation in an online petition to Congress.