The Great Flu­o­ride Con­spir­acy

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One of the great­est crimes of the Amer­i­can and Cana­dian den­tal in­dus­try is their pro­mo­tion of flu­o­ride and many lies about flu­o­ride safety and ben­e­fits.

In­de­pen­dent stud­ies show that flu­o­ride does not ac­tu­ally pro­vide any ben­e­fits and poses sig­nif­i­cant health risks.

Flu­o­ride is more toxic than lead and slightly less toxic than arsenic. It is the pri­mary in­gre­di­ent in many psy­cho-ac­tive med­i­ca­tions.

There are more than 50 stud­ies that clearly show that flu­o­ride ex­po­sure low­ers IQ. It is also be­lieved to make people more com­pli­ant and sug­gestible.

Flu­o­ride also in­creases the risk of a deadly form of bone can­cer in boys by 300%.

The Amer­i­can Den­tal As­so­ci­a­tion was dead set against the ad­di­tion of flu­o­ride to drink­ing wa­ter un­til the Man­hat­tan Project. The U.S. mil­i­tary used mas­sive amounts of flu­o­rine and flu­o­ride to process ura­nium and zinc and was fac­ing nu­mer­ous law suits from the ad­verse health ef­fects of work­ers ex­posed to flu­o­ride. It was de­cided to con­vince Amer­i­cans that flu­o­ride was ac­tu­ally good for chil­dren's teeth in or­der to elim­i­nate the threats of flu­o­ride law suits and risk ex­po­sure of the se­cret Man­hat­tan Project.

Once the den­tal in­dus­try got on-board the flu­o­ride psy­cho­log­i­cal war­fare op­er­a­tion, it could not get off with­out run­ning the risk of be­ing sued. So, the big lie has con­tin­ued for 70 years.

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