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   The other day, I heard some jackass on the radio toeing the line regarding my favorite official narrative. The guy said, with total confidence, that there "was never any conclusive evidence that fluoride is harmful in any way."
   Well, I guess that guy doesn't have a computer that's hooked up to the internet or a library card... or anything going on upstairs.
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   Even though I have a policy of not holding your little ADHD-riddled hands through the process of getting a goddamned clue, I'll meet you half way on this one. There will be a list of sources written at the bottom of this article because I'm sick of retards constantly puking up this total bullshit.
   
   To my regular readers (if I even have any), you should know by now that I'm not trashing you in any article. I'm going after the first-and-last-timers that accidentally find my website, get offended, scramble for the comment section, get mad again, then stew in their impotent anger over a big glass of fluoridated water.

   So, y'know how politicians are always saying that they can't afford this or that? Guess what your government can afford: fluoridating your water. The United States, for example, spends a bit over 320 million a year on adding what they aver to be a magical, tooth-medicine to your water. All the ridiculous mind-control theories aside, any rational person would have to admit that it's pretty weird for a stingy government to give that much of a shit about people's teeth. These kind gentlemen are spending 320 million bucks to save people a trip to the fucking dentist.

   What's even better is that you can't get any dentist in the world to agree that ingesting fluoride does jack-shit for your teeth. In fact, they'll tell you that eating fluoride causes dental fluorosis. Regardless of that tiny inconvenience, Wikipedia proudly states that fluoride is "added to a public water supply to reduce tooth decay." Uncontested!

   Luckily, only 5% of humans on earth are drinking the kool-aid. Only 25 of the 195 countries on Earth have governments that are making chemical cocktails out of drinking water without the consent of the public. Do you remember voting for water fluoridation? Yeah, I don't recall that either.

   Let's take a look at the evidence that’s, supposedly, not in existence.

   Should I start with the National Cancer Institute Toxicological Program stating that "fluoride is an equivocal carcinogen" in 1991? Or would that be too obvious. Cancer always spooks the sleepers. What about the fact that the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology “has classified Fluoride as an unapproved dental medicament due to its high toxicity.” Man! That was easy. I wonder why everyone’s beloved Snopes.com doesn’t have those facts listed. Hmmmm, I wonder.

   Here's one to dismantle that whole Wikipedia article along with every one of their pro-fluoridation references: According to the World Health Organization, "there is no discernable difference in tooth decay between developed countries that fluoridate their water and those that do not". What about the decline in tooth decay in the U.S. over the last 60 years, you ask? Well that has occurred in all developed countries. The vast majority of those countries don't have cattle-herding gangsters dumping fluoride in their water. That's right, everyone else doesn’t fluoridate their water and yet their tooth decay rates have declined at the same rate as the U.S. and the handful of other fluoridated countries.

   What else do we have here... let's moonwalk back to the C-word. Cancer! The New Jersey Department of Health "has now confirmed a 6.9 fold increase of bone cancer in young males within fluoridated communities". That was back in 1992. Here's a confirmed study from 1977: The New Jersey Department of Health "found a 5% increase in all types of cancers in fluoridated communities". How about this gem: "Half of ingested fluoride is deposited in bones, and fluoride stimulates growth in the end of bones, where osteosarcoma occurs."

   Why not quote Dr. Dean Burk PhD who spent over 3 decades with the National Cancer Institute? He states, “In point of fact, fluoride causes more human cancer death, and causes it faster than any other chemical.” But, what does that guy know, right?

   Speaking of bones, here are a couple hilarious facts. In 1990, the American Medical Association concluded that fluoride Increases hip fractures. They stated that "drinking fluoridated water doubles the number of hip fractures for both older men and women." In the Bordeaux Study for the Journal of the American Medical Association from 1994, they conclude that "extremely low levels of water fluoridation (0.1 ppm) still produced statistically significant increases in hip fractures." This sure is a lot of information that shouldn't exist according to that radio host and millions of other mouth-breathers.

   Here's a study published in Neurologia that proved “the prolonged ingestion of fluoride may cause significant damage to health and particularly to the nervous system.” That conclusion was reached by researchers Valdez, Jimenez, and the rest of their astute crew. By all means, don’t take my word for it! Look it up yourselves.
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