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Monday, September 29, 2008

Australia - Warrnambool fluoridation fight expected to wane

Warrnambool fluoridation fight expected to wane
Posted 3 hours 58 minutes ago
Map: Warrnambool 3280
Victoria's chief health officer is confident the Warrnambool community will accept a decision to add fluoride to the city's drinking water.
Fluoride will be added to the water supply today.
There has been strong opposition to the move from some community groups, which say water fluoridation is akin to forced medication.
The chief health officer, Dr John Carnie, expects opposition to the move will eventually subside.
"In areas in which the water has been fluoridated people begin to realise that nothing terrible has happened," he said.
"The people of Melbourne, for example, have been enjoying the benefits of fluoride for the past 30 years."

Nothing to worry about, it is just an insidious poison, you won't notice it.



    4 January 2009


    Three Queensland government Ministers – the Premier, Anna Bligh and the Ministers for Health and Water are being forced to change or justify their decision to add toxins - including from sewerage and fluoride to Queenslanders’ drinking water.
    Two safe water advocacy groups, the Peoples Class Action group and Queenslanders for Safe Water, on Friday 2 January 2008 served legal notice on Ministers Craig Wallace and Stephen Robertson in the form of more than 600 individual letters from people demanding their rights under the Judicial Review Act.
    The letters request the Ministers to properly investigate the scientific evidence, including more than 200 pages of references to scientific and other evidence attached to the letters, and then make a decision to recommend to the cabinet the repeal of the legislation enabling the addition of fluoride or sewerage water toxins to the public water supply.
    Should this request not be complied with, the letters then invoke the provisions of the Judicial Review Act 1991 to require Written Statements of Reasons for the failure to do as requested. Each letter must be fully and personally answered within 28 days.
    This tactic by law requires answers. Unlike petitions, which politicians notoriously ignore, the Law mandates that the Ministers must provide answers, and if the answers are not forthcoming, the two groups promise to drag the Ministers into the Supreme Court and force them to justify their refusal to recommend to cabinet and the Parliament, the repeal of the fluoride and recycled water legislation.
    Spokesperson Bruce Bell said:“There is no way any sane person who examined the mountain of scientific evidence could ever support these toxins going into our water. The Supreme Court would be forced to declare the Ministers’ decisions invalid in Law. And that would be a first for the people and real democracy in action.”
    For further information, contact:
    Bruce Bell
    phone 0412... 463...777

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 05 January, 2009  

  • Premier Bligh Admits Fluoride Instructions 'Came From Above'

    January 2, 2009, 9:14 am

    Premier Confesses Her Orders Arise from Global Agenda 21

    Premier Anna Bligh admitted to Earth Media today that fluoride in tap water was something she was' instructed to do' by a United Nations Policy.

    'I certainly don't think fluoride is safe – and I know that it is a toxic poison - but my job is on the line. They give me a script - and I have to say it tothe media,' Bligh said.

    Voters need to understand that Local and State Government is being bullied and threatened by 'higher powers' and that protests by the community are also being silenced in the media.

    'These 'New World' instructions are infiltrating every level of Government and the media. There is nothing we can do to stop them.'

    'I know how ruthless it all sounds, but sadly, it's the way society is being controlled.' she added. I'm sorry, but I'm just a pawn in this matter.'



    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 05 January, 2009  

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