Health Canada Admits, in a reply to a freedom of information request, they can supply no evidence that fluoridation is safe or effective
It would be difficult to pass this off as safe and effective once you are aware what’s in your water fluoridation chemical. At the following link JAMES ROBERT DEAL ATTORNEY assisted by Richard Sauerheber Ph.D. explain what is in the water fluoridation chemical for their area. It doesn’t matter where you are, it is a very similar mixture everywhere.
By James Robert Deal J.D.
Assisted by Richard Sauerheber Ph.D.
Updated: February 15, 2016 – Latest Updates from Dr. Sauerheber in Green
Most water districts which fluoridate do so with fluorosilicic acid. However, the fluorosilicic acid preparations used are not just fluorosilicic acid. It is a mixture of at least a dozen elements and compounds, and Dr. Sauerheber and I are going to tell you how much of each……..
William Hirzy, PhD former chief chemist for the EPA and former President of the Union of Professional Employees of the EPA
“If this stuff [silicofluoride] gets out into the air, it’s a pollutant; if it gets into the river, it’s a pollutant; if it gets into the lake, it’s a pollutant; but if it goes straight into your drinking water system, it’s not a pollutant. That’s amazing!”
“The solution to pollution is dilution”
HFSA is classified as an Inorganic Fluoride* which makes it illegal to dump it in the environment as per:
Canadian Environmental Protection- List of Toxic Substances (Schedule 1) #40 Inorganic Fluorides:
It is classified as:
“dangerous good” by Transport Canada, – “hazardous substance” by Environment Canada, – “persistent, bio-accumulative & toxic” by Canadian Environmental Protection Act. – a “class one hazardous waste” by US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). It is tanked untreatedand shipped to municipalities as a “fluoridating agent”
That’s in every glass of water that you drink. Is this really a healthy drink? I don’t think so!
The answer to pollution is to dispose of it in our drinking water. Great idea don’t you think? NOT.
See the full document HERE
We consume less than one percent of the water fluoridation chemical (HFSA). The other 99% is dumped into the environment via the sewage disposal system. Our drinking water supply is being used as toxic waste disposal system to skirt environmental laws to get rid of TOXIC water fluoridation chemical
Peter Van Caulart of the environmental training institute speaking at Brantford city council about water fluoridation.
Fluoridation is not about “children’s teeth,” it is about industry getting rid of its hazardous waste at a profit, instead of having to pay a fortune to dispose of it.
Only calcium fluoride occurs naturally in water; however, that type of fluoride has never been used for fluoridation. Instead what is used over 90 percent of the time are silicofluorides, which are 85 times more toxic than calcium fluoride.
They are non-biodegradable, hazardous waste products that come straight from the pollution scrubbers of big industries. If not dumped in the public water supplies, these silicofluorides would have to be neutralized at the highest rated hazardous waste facility at a cost of $1.40 per gallon (or more depending on how much cadmium, lead, uranium and arsenic are also present). Cities buy these unrefined pollutants and dump them–lead, arsenic and all–into our water systems. Silicofluorides are almost as toxic as arsenic, and more toxic than lead.1, 2
The EPA has recently said it is vitally important that we lower the level of both lead and arsenic in our water supplies, and their official goal is zero parts per million. This being the case, why would anyone recommend adding silicofluorides, which contain both of these heavy metals?3
On July 2, 1997, EPA scientist, J. William Hirzy, PhD, stated, “Our members’ review of the body of evidence over the last eleven years, including animal and human epidemiology studies, indicate a causal link between fluoride/fluoridation and cancer, genetic damage, neurological impairment and bone pathology. Of particular concern are recent epidemiology studies linking fluoride exposure to lowered IQ in children.”4 Read more