Poem: Genocide by Fluoride (tanka in 2 variations) + video/articles

Screenshot from YouTube channel Truth Center

Genocide by Fluoride

Fluoride’s rat poison
No, it doesn’t help your teeth
Fluoride’s toxic waste.
Instead of disposing it
Companies profit from it.

Harmful if swallowed
Toothpaste labels in small print
Pour it in our drink
Bathe in the toxicity
Slow cancerous death.

Fluoride causes Cancer:

“Fluoride is more toxic than lead but slightly less toxic than arsenic. That is why we have used it to kill pests like rats and insects.

Fluoride is the same chemical used to enrich uranium for nuclear weapons and prepare Sarin nerve gas. Despite that, many places in the U.S. still put it in the municipal water supply.”

https://www.cancerwisdom.net/dangers-of-fluoride/
They knew it caused cancer and kept poisoning us. This is genocide.
Great source of information on this website. https://www.cancerwisdom.net/dangers-of-fluoride/

IQ is lowered by fluoride (Harvard Study):

“The average loss in IQ was reported as a standardized weighted mean difference of 0.45, which would be approximately equivalent to seven IQ points for commonly used IQ scores with a standard deviation of 15.* Some studies suggested that even slightly increased fluoride exposure could be toxic to the brain. Thus, children in high-fluoride areas had significantly lower IQ scores than those who lived in low-fluoride areas. The children studied were up to 14 years of age, but the investigators speculate that any toxic effect on brain development may have happened earlier, and that the brain may not be fully capable of compensating for the toxicity.

Fluoride seems to fit in with lead, mercury, and other poisons that cause chemical brain drain,” Grandjean says. “The effect of each toxicant may seem small, but the combined damage on a population scale can be serious, especially because the brain power of the next generation is crucial to all of us.”

https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/news/features/fluoride-childrens-health-grandjean-choi/
Screenshots from YouTube channel, “Truth Center“

Industries use fluoride to produce these toxic products, and they also put it in our water? The FDA regulates how much is in toothpaste but NOT how much is in our water? This is genocide.

Notice that Fluoride is used to make Prozac? They want us dumb and numb = Sheeple

I switched to using fluoride-free toothpaste decades ago but fluoride is everywhere: it’s in our water supply, in prepared foods, restaurants..every time you bathe you’re getting slowly poisoned. Bottled water isn’t the solution, distilled water is the best option.

Fluoride is banned from being added to the water supply in 98% European countries:

“What many people don’t realize is that fluoride of this variety is actually banned or restricted in various other modernized nations across the world because of health, legal, or ethical concerns.”

https://csglobe.com/98-countries-ban-fluoride-water/

“Countries that have banned or rejected fluoridation include:

  • Austria, where “toxic fluorides” are not added
  • Belgium, which says that those who want fluoride should acquire it themselves
  • Finland, where authorities have noted that there are better ways to stop cavities (through natural methods most likely)
  • Germany
  • Denmark
  • Sweden
  • Norway
  • The Netherlands
  • Hungary
  • Japan, which notes that calcium fluoride is the type needed and not industrial sodium fluoride, and regulates the amount as well”

http://www.fluoridation.com/c-country.htm

19 Comments

  1. It just occurred to me after reading that fluoride might be the source of the Zombie Apocalypse. When I was a kid it was a real treat to peel lead paint from the window seal and chew on it like chewing gum. Then they banned it. Now, I find out my water is killing me. This is after I stopped drinking sodas because they were bad for my health. I hope they don’t find anything wrong with bourbon or I’m screwed.

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    1. I think Bourbon is ok, the benefits outweigh the toxicity? I do think that fluoride in the water explains the Sheeple phenomena. I grew up drinking non-fluoridated water from a private well, not this brown muck that’s called tap water.

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      1. Whew! Thanks. I was preparing myself for the difficult decision to give up bourbon for scotch which would ultimately be very expensive. We can’t use our tap water to water the lawn or plants because it kills them. We filter our water and then boil it before drinking it. I hope that’s getting the fluoride and other 1000.2 chemicals out of it. Pure well water tastes so good compared to city water. We have a large wilderness I like to go hiking in. It’s full of waterfalls and clean water. The water is cold and constantly moving so it doesn’t have sediment in it. I still filter it but dang is it delicious.

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      2. I’m not knowledgeable about bourbon but I do like Scotch. The tap water here seems to burn the leaves on my plants, not a good sign. I want to find distilled bottled water but I don’t trust any companies, have to filter it ourselves eh? The well water at my childhood home was so sweet tasting, the tap here tastes fishy. Yuck. You’re very fortunate to live in such a natural environment, I’m jealous.

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      3. You have refined taste in whisky. Bourbon is highly regulated but scotch can follow its own path. It is much like wine in that it varies greatly in flavor so one can find what they like. But my goodness, Scotland is proud of their national beverage and they don’t give it up for free. Of course, bourbon distillers are not dropping their prices either.

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      4. You can’t go wrong there. And I don’t think there is any fluoride in those drinks but wine does have sulfites and malic acid. Hopefully that just helps with genius development and the more you drink it the smarter you get. 😊

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      5. I like drinking but must drastically cut back, getting old haha, my immune system is whacked from western medicine. I’ll have wine or cider but that’s about it. Yes the sulfites make me feel blah, I used to like red wine but can’t drink it at all anymore. Strange how things change suddenly.

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      6. You are right. Same here. I state people when I say I like the taste. A buzz is just a bonus. Drinking a bit too much does me zero good so I avoid it. I’m lucky in that asian medicine and traditional alternatives are readily available here and so I can afford to take care of myself to lessen my dependence on western medicine. Kimchee is good for everything. Do we need anything else? 🤔

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      7. A nice buzz is fun and good for singing, Koreans seem to understand this with all their karaoke bars. TCM is great. I like the ear acupuncture and Tui Na is amazing. Kimchee is awesome but I have to avoid spice, (torture for a Korean to avoid spicy!) :(. Cucumber kimchee is my favorite.

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      8. I adore Koreans ability to have fun and just let loose. There is this long running show Kitean show where the man that hits it is like 90 years old. I called it the ding dong ding show because if the little bekjs that rung when a persons time is up. They get everyone to do their talent thing and its just fun to see regular people give it their all.

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      9. You understand Korean culture well, yes lots of fun, down to earth, very sensual and poetic and love good food. “Have you eaten?” Is a greeting equivalent of “how are you.”

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  2. I loved your poem and it got me running to the toothpaste tube to see the warning!
    England has flourinated water, and, it’s also in tea. I love tea. It’s in soil and water, naturally, but only in small amounts, In the tea leaf it’s in hyperaccumulative amounts. Governments put it willfully and in large amounts into our drinking water….why, it’s almost like they’re trying to poison us! We’re forced to drink something they use to make bombs with.
    You couldn’t make it up. So they made it real.
    If the toothpaste doesn’t get me, the water will…or the tea.
    I learn so much through your posts.

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    1. Thank you, Sue. I wish all countries would ban fluoride in water and products. The FDA “regulates” it in toothpaste but not our water! Makes no sense. I truly believe they want us medicated, dumb, sickly. The distilled water is ok to drink though.

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