by: Mike Adams
August 3, 2012
[NaturalNews] The mainstream media is at it again, lying to the public about fluoride. This time, the culprit is HealthDay, a “canned news” service that spits out lies and disinformation to be published by subscribing websites. Recently, HealthDay put out a story by author Alan Mozes claiming that bottled water might be harming children’s dental health because there’s no fluoride in it! (http://consumer.healthday.com/Article.asp?AID=667053)
And to really push their lie, they print the following conglomeration of total disinfo:
A salt formed from the combination of fluorine and soil and rock minerals, fluoride is voluntarily added by the vast majority of states and/or local municipalities…
This statement is, of course, a complete fabrication. The so-called “fluoride” actually added to municipal water supplies does not come from soil and rock minerals; it comes from industrial waste facilities and phosphate mining scrubbers: http://tv.naturalnews.com/v.asp?v=905DEA3798062673BC2C54E981BC8F07.
Much of it is imported from chemical companies in China, and it often contains over 100 different chemicals — including radioactive elements — which aren’t even fluoride!
These toxic chemicals are so highly corrosive that they eat metal, undercover footage reveals:
See the bizarre history of fluoride:
See this interview with Fluoride Free Austin:
Mandatory, not voluntary!
Even worse, HealthDay tries to make fluoride sound like something everybody wants by saying it is “voluntarily added by the vast majority of states…”
This is a lie as well. Fluoride is mandatory in the water for those people who are unfortunate to live in a fluoridated area. They never “volunteered” to have fluoride in their water. They were never given a choice. To write that fluoride is “voluntarily added” — against the will of many members of the public — is wholly deceptive. To people turning on their tap water, fluoride is mandatory!
Saying that fluoride is “voluntary” is like saying breathing air pollution is voluntary, too, because chemical plants “voluntarily” spew toxic pollution into the air. Such word choice is highly deceptive journalism, if you can even call it journalism. (It’s really just blatant propaganda.)