Experts Admit That Fluoride May Be Completely Uselesss

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Our grid depends on this mineral

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For decades the concerns surrounding the fluoridation of our water supply have been derided as absurd. If you tried to claim that fluoride might not be an appropriate substance for maintaining dental health, you were called a quack. Or worse, if you tried to suggest that fluoridated water was actually harmful to overall human health, you were called a conspiracy theorist.

You really couldn’t broach the subject without being compared to General Ripper from Dr. Strangelove. If you think fluoride is bad for you, then surely you must think its presence in our water supply is part of a communist plot to sap your precious bodily fluids.

However, as time goes on and more studies are conducted on the subject, laymen and experts alike are beginning to realize that at the very least, this substance is completely useless for combating tooth decay. Even The Guardian recently published a piece that documents the evidence against its efficacy.

Health experts are calling for a moratorium on water fluoridation, claiming that the benefits of such schemes, as opposed to those of topical fluoride (directly applied to the teeth), are unproved.

Furthermore, critics cite studies claiming to have identified a number of possible negative associations of fluoridation, including bone cancer in boys, bladder cancer, hyperthyroidism, hip fractures and lower IQ in children.

Stephen Peckham, director and professor of health policy at Kent University’s centre for health service studies, said: “Water fluoridation was implemented before statistics had been compiled on its safety or effectiveness. It was the only cannon shot they had in their armoury. It gets rolled out, becomes – in England – policy and then you look for evidence to support it.

So this whole time they’ve been telling us that fluoridated water is good for us, there wasn’t any real evidence to support that assertion? And they dumped it into our water supply for what reason exactly? To wait and see what it does to our bodies? Lovely.

While the article falls short of calling fluoride an outright poison, it does go through many of the studies that claim it is healthy, and explains how they may be flawed. The author points out that earlier this year, a non-profit organization consisting of 14,000 academics reviewed the evidence for and against fluoridation, and couldn’t reach a consensus. So best case scenario, it is probably a giant waste of money.

Still, it’s pretty amazing to see this kind of opinion show up in such a mainstream source of information. If The Guardian is questioning the efficacy of fluoridation, then it’s safe to say that this debate is no longer relegated to the realm quackery for our culture.

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  • frankw

    Reaserchers have also noted that flouridated water was used in the gulags to suppress resistance to authority due to its depressing effect on anger and agitation. Could this be why we’ve seen so little rebellion against our current government policies?

    • LiberalsRLost

      Yes, it calcifies the Pineal gland where one’s perceptions and discernment and many functions doctors are yet to understand…..is greatly impacted….

    • NonYo Business

      That ands it’s highly carcinogenic

    • Tatiana Covington

      However, one would then expect to see that fluoridated countries would have lower crime rates, as compared to those not using it. Is this so? There’s a reality check for you.

    • gingercake5

      I’ve heard that it’s an industrial waste, and there was nowhere to put it. Dumping it somewhere on the ground would cause it to be a toxic site. So they decided to gradually put it in the water, and people would “process” it.

      Earth is a “closed” system and functions like a terrarium, so we have the same water (and same amount) here that we did at the beginning of time. We are constantly using and recycling water one way or another.

      A “comforting” thought, right? No, I didn’t think so.

      • sunshine

        No…think of all the half full bottles of water that get thrown out!! I always dump mine out before I throw the bottle away…everyone please do this and tell everyone to do the same!

    • Ben William

      American sheep need to take their ‘fluoride heads’ and arguments for to places like Austria who the Nazis then, Communists, ‘treated’ the water. They’ll lock you up in a looney ward if you try pushing that garbage on them again.

  • rich

    I have been going to a local dental clinic for about 8 years. I have never in that time had even one cavity. I recently bought their insurance which included 2 exams and cleanings per year. Each time I went in I also had to have bitewings xrays which were not part of the coverage and cost extra. The last time I went was early November and once again the bitewings revealed no cavities. That time, though, the hygienist didn’t do the cleaning. After the dentist was finished examining me (?) I was told I was done. The only thing the hygienist told me was that I brush too hard! I have not done the fluoride treatments in about two years because I don’t like them and because I had to pay for them. Once before I was told I should make sure I use floss. Remember, in about 8 years I had NO cavities. So exactly what is it that I am not doing? I should use floss and I shouldn’t brush so hard for what? That I would get some cavities? Can anyone guess where I am NOT going next time??

    • Dan

      Dental care isn’t just about cavities. Brushing too hard could
      cause your gums to recede, and could cause tooth sensitivity.

      • rich

        Right. Brushing could also cause no cavities and therefore less money from me. I keep hearing all is well with my teeth AND my gums so why should I change my habits, which is brushing at least 3 times a day?

  • 1875

    Fluoridation delivers a toxic dose to bottle fed babies – 10 times more than
    an adult per bodyweight. As a confirmed neurotoxin and endocrine disruptor
    bottle fed babies are being poisoned.

    Fluoride is toxic poison used in pesticides, known to lower IQs, worse than lead, a little less poisonous than arsenic. And it rots your teeth.

  • 1875

    Google fluoride side-effects for the peer reviewed scientific evidence of harm from fluoride.

  • sunshine

    I am so fucking sick of this trend to compare everything to some stupid assed movie or show. It’s out of control! Ever see the news and after a disaster, every freaking time some moron says “It was just like a MOOOOVIE, MAAAAN!”? Do people have any ability to compare anything to something real, or has the entire world really devolved to this point? I haven’t seen a lot of movies (hate them for the most part, I can only think of about 10 that were any good) and people are always shocked when I tell them I haven’t seen this or that, and don’t have a TV and treat me like I’m some kind of leper or nutcase. WTF is wrong with this world??

    Sorry for the rant but this is getting ridiculous!

  • Guillotine_ready

    Thank god I am Irish no amount of shenanigans on the part of criminal psychopaths will ever reduce my disgust with them.

  • jim_robert

    As soon as I saw the headline, I was reminded of that vile leftist movie Dr Strangelove. Funny how it became the left resisting fluoride. Usual hypocrisy of the left

  • NormVan

    The only countries that still flouridate are those controlled by the five eyes. US, Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Funny thing!

  • Haruka Wind

    The negaverse is ruining our water!!!