Tuesday, May 31, 2011

What do children do when faced with adults who are uneducated about the chemicals in our drinking water? Educate them!

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Facts for students to learn

What to do if your school teacher tells you that water fluoridation is good for you and that the government is right in forcing it into your water supply

1.a. Ask them: "Sir, do you know what three chemicals are actually recommended for fluoridating drinking water in Australia?" If they don't know, send them here:
http://www.jaymahcreationsaustralia.com/waterfluoridation.htm , but before you do, ask them "how can you claim that water fluoridation is safe and effective if you don't even know what chemicals are used to fluoridate the water?"

1.b. If they do happen to know, ask them: "Miss, if you found this can:
in your cupboard, would you place 1m/g of it into a glass of water and then drink?" If they answer "yes," withdraw from science class or change schools immediately or at the very least, ask them to read this:

1.c. If to 1.a, they answer something like, "well, Sodium fluoride is not used to fluoridate the water anyway" then ask a follow-up question such as: "Sir, I'm glad to hear that, but I'm not so glad to learn that what is being used instead is untested (for long-term safety on humans) industrial waste"; if they don't believe you, send them here:
or here: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3153312008186362773
or here: http://www.waterloowatch.com/statement.html
or here: http://www.nteu280.org/Issues/Fluoride/fluoridesummary.htm

2. If they cite the NHMRC as an authority on the matter, ask them to read this:
http://www.thenhf.com/fluoridation/fluoridation_157/fluoridation_157.htm. If they cite it again, ask them if their university degree is actually real.

3. If they cite the York Review, send them here:
or here: http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/crd/fluoridnew.htm

4. If they tell you fluoride is an essential nutrient, ask them to watch this:
and this: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6009890695063189914&hl=en .
If they say they don't have time, ask them why they have time to watch mindless garbage reality shows on TV when they get home from work, but not videos concerning their students' health a freedom of thought. If they still believe fluoride is an essential nutrient, tell them to put their case to Dr. Paul Connett
(http://www.fluoridealert.org/50-reasons.htm) and get back to you after they have done so.

5. If they tell you fluoride is not a poison, tell them to watch this:

6. If they tell you that those who oppose water fluoridation have no credibility, ask them to explain this:
http://www.slweb.org/carlsson.html ;http://www.fluoridealert.org/carlsson-interview.html
(nb. http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/medicine/laureates/2000/carlsson-cv.html);
and while you're at it, ask them to explain this:

7. If they tell you the government has science behind them, ask them why its health representatives will not debate this issue with other scientists:
http://fluoridealert.org/australia.carnie.letter.html ;
http://www.fluorideaustralia.org/articleView.asp?Article=22 ;

8. If they think water fluoridation is a sign of a 'medically-advanced' nation, ask them to explain this:
http://www.fluoridealert.org/govt-statements.htm ;

9. If they tell you fluoride needs to be swallowed to benefit teeth, ask them to read this:

10. If they tell you all researchers agree are unanimous for their support of water fluoridation, ask them to read this:

11. If they laugh at you when you claim that the government is forcing S7 poison into your water supply, read them this statement from industrial chemical company, Incitec Pivot: "Fluosilicic Acid is... used for the Fluoridation of drinking water. Incitec Pivot manufactures the product in Geelong and Portland, Victoria, and distributes it nationally. Fluosilicic Acid is the most widely used fluoridation agent in Australia" (reference: http://www.incitecpivot.com.au/products_1.cfm?CFID=20457357&CFTOKEN=67737690 ) -- and then of course, read from the Material Safety Data Sheet (if they're a science teacher, they'll have to know what this is) of this chemical, from none other than the aforementioned company: "This product is an acid and a S7 Poison. It is corrosive and toxic... Classified as a Schedule 7 (S7) Poison using the criteria in the Standard for the UniformScheduling of Drugs and Poisons (SUSDP)"
(reference: http://data.rmt.com.au/msds/3082468.pdf
and then ask them to apologise for laughing at you.

12. Ask, "Is it lawful for the government to medicate you against your consent?"

13. Ask, "Does the government have jurisdiction to medicate me against my consent?"

14. Ask, "Is legislation that causes compulsory fluoridation ultra-virez parliaments power? (beyond the legislated power and authority of parliament to enact?)"

15. Ask, "Do you agree that, even if a medication is good for me, that I have a right to not be medicated if I don't want that medication?"

16. Ask, "If you say apples are good for me and I also like apples, does that mean you have the right to force me eat an apple when I don't want one?"

17. Ask, "If a food or medicine is good for me, do I still have a right to not eat it or not take it?" ( http://www.upmart.org/content/causes/axefluoride/ucaf_index.html )

18. Ask them to check the species of flower they have before pouring tap water on it, once your community is fluoridated:

19. Ask them to debate Professor Roger D. Masters (http://www.dartmouth.edu/~rmasters/) about the dangers of silicofluorides in tap water, since Dr. Carnie is to afraid to do so
( http://www.sunraysiadaily.com.au/news/local/news/general/letters-to-the-editor/1671123.aspx?storypage=0 ;
http://www.fluorideaustralia.org/articleView.asp?Article=24 );
and while you're at it, see if you can get your teacher to ask Dr. Carnie the questions posed in this article since he has not yet done so:

20. Ask them if they believe dental fluorosis to be merely a cosmetic effect. If they answer "yes" ask them to explain the logic of their position; then tell them to read this: http://www.cfsw.us/2007/11/04/australian-tour-oct-14-28/
21. If they ask why you have asked them so many questions on the matter, answer: "Because, Sir/Miss, after you answered "no" to question 1.a. and "yes" to question 1.b., I suspected that you grew up in Melbourne drinking silicofluoridated tap water and your brain is damaged --- now I'm sure. Unlike you Sir/Miss, I did my own research before I formed my opinion on the matter. Perhaps you should throw out your government fluoride propaganda booklet and follow my lead.

22. "Sorry, I have to go now and warn the rest of the town they're being slowly poisoned." You know, the precautionary principle and all that: