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The Australian state of Queensland recently cut their 14 million dollar budget allocated for water fluoridation which has already prompted the city of Cairns to end their water fluoridation practices. The Queensland government also ended a policy that required large communities to fluoridate their water.
Come the middle of March 2013, Cairns’ 150,000 plus area residents will no longer be exposed to fluoride chemicals in the water. This will be the seventh community in Queensland to end water fluoridation so far in 2013. Murgon, Wondai, Kingaroy, Nanango, Blackbutt, and South Burnett have all ended their water fluoridation programs since January.
Given the recent exposure of how bad fluoride is for us, do you think the ones who have been putting it in our water supply for decades did not know? Do you think all of this research and information is new to them? It’s not, the entities responsible for global water fluoridation have always been well aware of it’s dangers. The problem is that the research and information is used to educate medical practitioners is completely false, they have literally been brainwashed when it comes to fluoride. All it requires is us to wake up, ask questions and accept portions of our reality that are sometimes hard to face, but in order to change them we must face them. Chief medical authorities of Australia, as well as the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) say that it is indeed an involuntary form of “medication”. I’d like to point out that fluoride should never be considered medication, they use the term “involuntary medication” to agree with the general consensus that it shouldn’t be in our water, while calling it medication to uphold it’s reputation. I am sure they do not want it taken out of toothpaste, although it should be. We should not be putting sodium fluoride, sodium silicofluoride and hydrofluorosilicic acid into our bodies!
In point of fact, fluoride causes more human cancer death and causes it faster than any other chemical – Dr Dean Burk, Ph. D. 34 Years at the national cancer institute