Fluoride: Chemical Weapons In Your Water And Toothpaste


This story is relatively old, but I watched Mike Adams video on the fluoride deception again and decided to do some digging of my own, just for fun. It was very easy to back this data up and contradict some of the major health organizations that should be deemed mentally incompetent. The Fluoride Deception, Chemical weapons at war

Approximately 72.4% of the U.S. population served by public water systems receive fluoridated water. As of May, 2005, 44 of the 50 largest cities in the United States add measured fluoride in their water supplies. The most common fluoride put in water systems is Hexafluorosilcic Acid

A.D.A. (American Dental Association)

“This is a superb example of a government agency fulfilling its mission to protect and enhance the health of the American people. We applaud the Department of Health and Human Services for reaffirming the safety and efficacy of optimal community water fluoridation, with science on their side.” ADA President Dr. Raymond F. Gist, DDS.

H.H.S (Human Health Services)

Water fluoridation is beneficial for reducing and controlling tooth decay and promoting oral health in children and adults “One of water fluoridation’s biggest advantages is that it benefits all residents of a community at home, work, school, or play,” Assistant Secretary for Health Howard K. Koh, MD, MPH.

C.D.C. (Center For Disease Control)

Water fluoridation is a safe, efficient, and well-proven way of preventing dental decay in the community. Water fluoridation has been defined by the CDC as one of the main achievements in health care during the 20th century.

“Community water fluoridation is one of the most effective choices communities can make to prevent health problems while actually improving the oral health of their citizens.” Regina M. Benjamin, MD, MBA, VADM U.S. Public Health Service Surgeon General

May 2000, In Oral Health in America, a report of the Surgeon General, “Community water fluoridation continues to be the most cost-effective and practical way to provide protection from tooth decay in a community.” Then Surgeon General David Satcher

(N.A.A.C.H.O.) National Association of County and City Health Officials

The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) recognizes the public health benefits of community water fluoridation for preventing dental decay and encourages communities to fluoridate water.

Community water fluoridation is a public health measure that benefits individuals of all ages and socioeconomic groups.

HONORING 68 YEARS OF COMMUNITY WATER FLUORIDATION IN THE UNITED STATES (Yes, this is an awards system for water fluoridation)

Fluorosilcic Acid is corrosive on contact and poisonous by ingestion

Regulated dangerous goods as Class 8 Corrosive. Class 8 means a liquid or solid that causes full thickness destruction of human skin at the site of contact.

Concentrations of fluoride are capable of increasing cell migration in tumor cells, suggesting that exposure to fluoride could stimulate tumor invasion.

We performed a systematic review and meta-analysis of published studies to investigate the effects of increased fluoride exposure and delayed neurobehavioral development.

Findings from our meta-analyses of 27 studies published over 22 years suggest an inverse association between high fluoride exposure and children’s intelligence. Children who lived in areas with high fluoride exposure had lower IQ scores than those who lived in low-exposure or control areas. Our findings are consistent with an earlier review (Tang et al. 2008)

How Fluoride is made: Hydrogen fluoride gas are cooled, purified by scrubbing, and condensed. The wastes from the refrigerated condenser go to an acid scrubber.

The sulfuric acid used in this process unit is then sent to the acid feed. The waste stream from the acid scrubber is sent to a water scrubber which generates Fluorosilicic Acid and gases.

Fluorosilicic Acid: Used in water fluoridation. Also a component of some insecticides, rodenticides and moth repellent. Used as preservative in glue, leather and wood.

Severe irritant may cause:

  • Abdominal pain
  • Acidosis
  • Anemia
  • Bloody diarrhea
  • Calcification of ligaments
  • Constipation Convulsions
  • Coma, due to respiratory failure or cardiac arrest
  • Corrosion of gastric mucosa
  • Cramps of the palms, feet, and legs
  • Difficulty in speaking
  • Dilated pupils
  • Disturbed color vision
  • Enlarged liver
  • Excessive salivation
  • Facial numbness
  • Fluorosis
  • Frequent urination
  • Headache
  • Heart rhythm irregularities
  • Hypocalcaemia
  • Increased saliva output
  • Jerking of the eyeball
  • Joint pain and stiffness
  • Laryngitis
  • Lethargy
  • Loss of appetite
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Loss of weight
  • Muscular weakness
  • Nausea
  • Nose bleeds and sinus problems
  • Rapid, weak or no pulse
  • Redness, itchiness and allergy-like inflammation of the skin and mouth cavity can occur
  • Sclerosis of the bones
  • Severe hypotension and pulmonary changes with dyspnea and emphysema
  • Shock
  • Shortness of breath
  • Stupor
  • Tachycardia
  • Teeth disorders
  • Thirst
  • Tooth discoloration
  • Tremors
  • Ventricular tachycardia and fibrillation
  • Vomiting
  • Weakness and general unwellness
  • Weight loss
  • Wheezing

In some cases, necrosis and hemorrhage of the gastrointestinal tract, liver damage and death may occur. Scarring of the gastrointestinal tract may occur in non-fatal cases.

Kidney injury and bleeding from injury may occur. There have occasionally been cases of accidental or suicidal poisonings by ingestion of known or unknown amounts of fluosilicate, for the most part, sodium fluosilicate, sometimes magnesium, zinc or other fluosilicates.

Fluoride causes severe loss of calcium in the blood, with symptoms appearing several hours later including painful and rigid muscle contractions of the limbs.

Cardiovascular collapse can occur and may cause death with increased heart rate

Mice given sodium hexafluosilicate exhibited toxic effects in the peripheral nerves, sensation, and in behavior.

In rats, an oral dose administered intermittently for one month produced toxic effects in the kidney, ureter, and/or bladder, as well as musculoskeletal and biochemical effects.

But it’s safe and effective


John Parks
For two years I've thoroughly enjoyed researching the food additives "scientests" produce and put into all processed food. Also how the FDA classifies them as G.R.A.S. (Generally Recognized As Safe) With about 95% of the research I've done over the last two years the actual science, toxicity reports, manufacturing processes and pure technical aspect of it suggests otherwise.

When you see something that is "hazardous by definition", toxic, poisonous or corrosive and it's in the food you're eating, you would surely have to stop, think and ask, "That's going to go in me. Wait... It passes through the placental barrier? It decreases the testicular weight in mice? It's produced with volvano ash? It's processed with asbestos and krypton gas?"

Now, my main argument is this: If you know the food additive is toxic, corrosive or hazardous by definition, if it requires flammable or corrosive DOT stickers while transporting, if it has saftey precautions, spill procedures and you must wear suitable protective clothing while handling... Can you even assume it's safe to eat?

Irregardless of the exposure limits, the actual amount in food itself, how many regulations and standards there are or how low the toxicity may be... It is the general principle that the additives are still put in the foods you eat on a daily basis. I personally don't believe that when a tomato is dropped you have to evacuate the area and seal off the exits. Because that is exactly the procedure for some of the chemcial agents the FDA allowed in food.