Rupert Murdoch run media The Daily Telegraph, in Australia, has launched a major push for federal and state government to override local councils and fluoridate all water supplies.
This is despite the growing scientific evidence and public backlash against fluoridation.
Studies are showing that the sodium fluoride in the water supply is linked to a host of diseases including thyroid problems, calcification of arteries, skeletal fluorosis, lowered IQ (Harvard study), neurotoxic effects on consciousness and is actually not proven to prevent cavities at all.
So desperate are some governments to keep the water supply fluoridated that there have been calls for people who wish to drink clean water to be branded as terrorists.
In the propaganda filled article it:
- calls for state governments to override local councils decisions on fluoridation
- labels councils ‘wacky’ for not fluoridating the water supply
- calls for the Prime Minister Tony Abbott to get tough, i.e. exercise dictatorial powers
- claims that fluoride causes ‘no ill health effects’, despite the studies showing otherwise
…and specifically calls for:
- State Governments to seize power from councils over water fluoridation
- Federal Government to lead States agreement to fluoridate all water for towns over 1000 population
- Federal dental funding to States tied to water fluoridation
- NSW to amend Fluoridation of Public Water Supplies Act 1957 to give power to Health Minister
This all comes in the same week where Victorian police and the Australian Border Force were planning to patrol the streets of Melbourne and do a nazi style ‘papers please’ visa check on people in what was labelled as Operation Fortitude.
Thankfully the plans to patrol the streets were stopped due to public backlash, as we hope the calls for more fluoridation will be too.
Here is the article from The Daily Telegraph that we are referring to, read for yourself and see how the mainstream media uses language and leaves out scientific studies and facts to push their given agenda.
We’ll leave you with the words of Native American Winona Laduke Anishinaabe:
“Someone needs to explain to me why wanting clean drinking water makes you an activist, and why proposing to destroy water with chemical warfare doesn’t make you a terrorist.”