Why Water Fluoridation Is A Forced Experiment That Needs To Stop

During World War II, fluoride (a compound formed from the chemical element fluorine) came into large-scale production and use as part of the Manhattan Project. According to declassified government documents summarized by Project Censored, Manhattan Project scientists discovered early on that fluoride was a “leading health hazard to bomb program workers and surrounding communities.” In order to stave off lawsuits, government scientists “embarked on a campaign to calm the social panic about fluoride…by promoting its usefulness in preventing tooth decay.”

7 thoughts on “Why Water Fluoridation Is A Forced Experiment That Needs To Stop

  1. I see it as part of a successful program, perhaps even exceeding expectations, and that the planners and those prospering from its implementation will bring it to a stop.

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  2. Your cousin is going to be a rich man, Shelby. The study you write about was not only unethical but illegal. Federal law requires that all research involving human subjects must be approved by an ethical review board and study design must include informed consent. While most states allow involuntarily committed patients to be forcibly given medication to stabilize them, they can only be given medications approved by the FDA for that purpose. They can’t be given experimental drugs.

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    • Dr. Bramhall, I have filed complaints in TWO states and I am not going to stop until something is done about this shit! I am not the one to be messed with and mofos from the East Coast to down south and in the Midwest ought to ALL be aware of that! I promise you, I am going to seek whatever can be labeled, “Justice” in this shithole for what was done to him. He will NEVER be the same and the shit I have to deal with, you have no idea because of what was done to him by those goddamn Nazis!

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