The Great Fluoride Conspiracy
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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