Posts Tagged ‘toxicity’

By Corey Sturmer

In the wake of a water utility disaster which involved the Orange Water and Sewer Authority “accidentally” over-fluoridating the public water supply, OWASA is holding a series of meetings to discuss the emergency and hear from concerned citizens regarding the incident. At the first public comment section which took place February 9, the majority of citizens who took time to speak focused narrowly on OWASA’s longstanding public water fluoridation policy and demanded it’s immediate cessation. OWASA had been warned about the dangers as far back as 2012, but persisted in their march to fluoridate leading up to the disaster. OWASA has actually already suspended the public water fluoridation program after the ‘accident’ but then brought in an alleged “Independent Consultant” who was tasked with delivering a report on the infrastructure failures and ways to improve. The consultant is CH2M Hill, which is a multi-billion dollar government trough company with negative revenue who also happens to have a conflict of interest in this matter since they contract with the very same fertilizer companies who produce and sell fluoride across the United States. Not surprisingly, CH2M Hill is being even less critical of the fluoridation policy than OWASA and it seems apparent that the Town of Chapel Hill will continue the policy if the citizens don’t speak up. In the 2nd public comment meeting on this topic, OWASA accomplished the following things;

1) Admitted that Fluoride causes leaching from lead pipes / joints / fixtures

2) Admitted that OWASA is not mandated to fluoridate

3) Admitted by omission that OWASA customers never voted to fluoridate

4) Admitted that there is no barrier between the fluoridation clearwell and the distribution system

5) Admitted that they will allow over-fluoridation in the future as a cost-benefit to prevent having to cut off the water

6) Voted unanimously against allowing the OWASA customers to have a public referendum on public water fluoridation. As you can see, OWASA is a corrupted and compromised institution that does not have the public’s best interest at heart.

You can contact the OWASA Board here: http://www.owasa.org/board-of-directors

And support our efforts here: https://www.gofundme.com/DurhamAgains…http://www.durhamagainstfluoride.com

February 28, 2013 @ Orange Water and Sewer Authority’s Board Meeting

March 5, 2013 @ Raleigh City Council

On February 28 & March 5, I appeared in Chapel Hill & Raleigh respectively, along with several other patriots to educate the governing bodies of the new science and legal precedent that proves adding fluoride to the drinking water  is illegal & unhealthy if not killing us softly.  During my 3-5 minute speeches I referenced a recent lawsuit filed in the  District of Maryland where defendant and big-Agra conglomerate Nestlé were sued for damages stemming from the sale and marketing of Fluoride-Added Water products.  The 22-Page legal complaint is hosted at the bottom of this post, if you’re into that kinda thing.

Contrary to what you might call “conventional wisdom,” the damages cited were specifically listed as “dental fluorosis,” a known side effect of overexposure to ingested fluorides which causes white spotting and deterioration of the dental enamel.  But wait, I thought Fluoride was supposed to HELP your teeth, not hurt them?  Well therein lies the rub ladies and gentlemen, what we have here is a SCAM!  The result of the lawsuit forced Nestle to begin re-branding and re-formulating their water products to REMOVE fluoride.  Even in isolation of all the other evidence – the simple fact that a lawsuit forced a mega-company like Nestle to rebrand their product makes a naturally strong statement against the use of fluoride to prevent cavities:

From This:

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To This:PureWater

This basic truth behind fluorosis and it’s causal relationship to ingested fluorides has been the leitmotif of this site since its inception.  This is especially relevant to me since I consider myself a sufferer of Fluorosis.  The self evident reality of white spots on my teeth and mottled molars was the inciting moment which originally motivated me to speak out about fluoridation in the first place and to be frank I didn’t originally believe I would find much.

After some due diligence when I began researching this issue in Durham, I was SHOCKED to learn our water treatment plant does not even DENY the fact that ingesting fluoride causes Fluorosis. How can they say in one breath that fluoride is good for our teeth but in the other breath say the opposite?

This basic truth was demonstrated in a very visceral way when I received the following material safety data sheet from Don Greeley, the Director of Durham’s Water Treatment Plant which is posted & highlighted below:

Fluorisis

As for the OWASA board members and their response to my speech?  Stay tuned @ DurhamAgainstFluoride.com where I will be posting more videos/articles about citizen patriots near YOU who are taking action against this crazy policy of dumping toxic waste into our water supply and calling it “medicine.”

Michelle Nemphos Complaint Against Nestlé

Nemphos Complaint Case 1:12-cv-02718-RDB by sturmhouse

Source: My Fox 8

GRAHAM/MEBANE, N.C. –Graham City Council’s vote to stop adding fluoride to the city’s water supply has caused a stir in Mebane, the city with which it shares its drinking water.

Graham’s Utilities Director Victor Quick, recommend that fluoride be taken out of the city’s drinking water, stating that it has been linked to cancers and other harmful diseases.

“It’s a trace of the budget. The staff sees it as a dangerous chemical,” Quick says.

Mebane leaders were shocked to learn of Graham’s decision.

“Eating too much is dangerous. It’s a matter of using things the way that they ought to be used,” said Glendel Stephenson, Mebane’s mayor.

Graham’s vote to stop using flouride in the water supply is contingent on the decision of the Mebane City Council. Unless Mebane decides to get rid of fluoride, the chemical will continue to be added to the Graham and Mebane drinking water.

Members of the Mebane City Council will meet on March 4.