Letter to Council

Given the high level of study and evidence it is clear to me that fluoridation of drinking water is untenable, sceintifiucally and ethically

As my representative in city council, I am requesting that my right to medical consent be respected. The right of consent should be universal, all women and men should have the right to determine what is put in their bodies. Hexafluorosilicic acid and its derivatives are not natural products, but are in fact toxic byproducts of the phosphate fertilizer manufacturing process.

There is ample evidence that a) it is toxic and b) its alleged cavity preventive status when swallowed is contestable. The practice of dumping toxic waste fluoride compounds in municipal water supplies has been challenged by many scientists all over the world on its ethics and scientific validity. Most of Canada and almost of all of Europe has either never started or quit this practice. Forced medication of women and their children is very wrong especially in a province that has a long history of human rights abuses. Water is Sacred, forcing medication is not something to be treated lightly, dumping a toxic waste in rivers and lakes via the water supply as a health initiative is hard to swallow.

As my Representative at city council i would like to remind you that you are not my doctor and I am requesting that my right to medical consent be respected.
The National Institute of Health is a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and is the largest biomedical research agency in the world. In a meta analysis of nearly one hundred studies they provide ample scientific evidence of why fluoride should not be a forced medication. On the back of a toothpaste tube there is an FDA warning against swallowing. Fluoride is a toxic poison on par with lead and arsenic, while beneficial for tooth enamel on contact , swallowing it presents a health risk that varies depending on individual preconditions. Other agencies such as Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE) state “we believe that fluoridation of drinking water is scientifically untenable, and should not be part of a public health initiative or program.”
The NIH meta study concludes that “given the questionable evidence of benefit and increasing evidence of harm the policy of water fluoridation for the prevention of dental caries should be abandoned in favour of more effective interventions combining communitywide and targeted oral health interventions.” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3956646/

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