Is Your Tap-Water Poisoned? Award Winning Ex-BBC Journalist Christopher Bryson Reveals The Frightening History Of Water Fluoridation ** HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

In light of this recent Scientific American report (here reported by Reuters) I felt I should re-post this.

Reports Fagin, “a series of epidemiological studies in China have associated high fluoride exposures with lower IQ.” – Reuters

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

“In this video, award-winning ex-BBC journalist Christopher Bryson examines one of the great secret narratives of the industrial era; how a grim workplace poison and the most damaging environmental pollutant of the cold war was added to our drinking water and toothpaste.”

I used to be a drinker of tapped water, smirking at those who fell for the bottled water scam of the century. I’ve often wondered if my thinking was/is impaired by environmental factors beyond my perception: you know when you just can’t seem to find the right word or string a sentence together some days? Well, I wonder… Is there any toothpaste that doesn’t have fluoride in it? What about bottled water?

Half an hour in total, or thereabouts: essential viewing.

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