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Obama To Give UN Control Of Our Water!

Posted in Agenda 21, Glenn Beck, United Nations, Water with tags , , , , , , on August 14, 2012 by saynsumthn

Is Obama’s federal government getting ready to put a huge red X mark on the Hoover Dam, which supplies most of the American West with its life-sustaining water? Having this scenario play out is quite plausible as Barack Obama’s Executive Order # 13547 in support of the global Law of the Sea Treaty (L.O.S.T.) seeks to take control of our water in any form of precipitation, from sky to ocean! Total water control will give the American president and his global cohorts total control of all U.S. citizens if this initiative is not stopped by still-free citizens. Because the Water World enthusiasts are seeking to protect the earth’s water from contamination, they are jiggering U.S. water laws to conform to Obama’s Council on Interagency Ocean Policy to make sure no contamination happens.

Especially riled up are Americans west of the Mississippi because Chapter 13 of the Global Biodiversity Assessment is demanding that a staggering 50% of all U.S. land mass be blocked from any type of productive usage. This literally would be putting our Western States under United Nations domination by prohibiting any mining, drilling, harvesting of timber, or construction of any buildings made by humans.

Not only that; all of our large hoofed, ungulate animals, meaning domestic livestock, are being deemed unsustainable!

Warning: this action is being fast-tracked so that the government can “sustain the health, diversity and productivity of the nation’s forests and grasslands,” under the definition of the UN Sustainable Development program-Bulletin Release No. 0191.12. This is the odious Agenda 21, pure and simple. Renamed because of its bad press, Agenda 21 wants Americans off their lands, off of their private property, and into government-controlled cluster housing near designated urban areas, controlled by on/off mechanical arms reading your GPS location to determine if you can enter an interstate or not.

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Fluoride: Friend Or Foe? Fluoride Opponent Says Chemical Is Harmful To Our Health

Posted in Black Genocide, Fluoride, Population Control, Sterilization, Sterilizing agents in Drinking Water with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on March 22, 2010 by saynsumthn

By Stephany Fisher, CBS Atlanta Anchor
March 9, 2010

ATLANTA — It’s in the tap water we drink and many of the foods we eat.

For decades, we’ve been told that it helps fight cavities, but there are critics who say this chemical is doing more harm than good.

“I’ve worked with a lot of dangerous things in my career. I don’t get real worked up over chemicals or I could have never done my job — this one scares me,” said Daniel Stockin, a health advocate whose background includes toxics assessment.

What could it be? Arsenic? Lead?

No, it’s fluoride — the kind you brush your teeth with, and the kind that’s been added to Atlanta’s city water supply since 1969. Every public water district in Georgia is required by law to do so.

“When we started to fluoridate 50-plus years ago, water was the only source for the fluoride, then they really quickly said hey, let’s put it in toothpaste, and then it started to show up in the foods made with fluoridated water,” Stockin said.

Stockin became concerned about fluoride in 2004 and helped start The Lillie Center — a public health training firm that is now working to end fluoridation.

For the last five years, Stockin and his partners have spent nearly all of their time and money spreading the word about fluoride and its potential negative health effects, one of which is dental fluorosis.

Dental fluorosis is caused by ingesting too much fluoride from various sources, as the teeth are being formed.

In mild cases, it appears as white or brown stains on the teeth. In more severe forms, it can include indentions or pitting of the teeth. The damage is irreversible.

“A lot of folks think it’s just ‘Oh, I have bad hygiene or I’ve got cavities,’ and they have no idea that these stains and these pits are actually caused by the fluorides they’ve ingested,” Stockin said.

Atlanta chiropractor Hamilton Wetzel is one of the many Americans diagnosed with a mild case of dental fluorosis.

“There are some distinct white marks across there and a couple brown spots as well,” Wetzel described.

Now he wants to make sure his baby daughter, Willow and the new baby due in April, don’t suffer the same consequences.

“Hopefully they don’t have the staining on their teeth, hopefully they don’t have the health effects that I had,” Wetzel said.

Stockin invited Wetzel to participate in the Lillie Center’s latest project — a campaign to educate the community on the potential side effects of of ingesting fluoride.

“If you listen on TV today to these ads for drugs and they have 30 seconds or so of side effects that they’re required by law to talk about, but for some reason, people haven’t been told the side effects of fluorides,” Stockin said.

Stockin claims the effects of fluoride reach far beyond our teeth. He says our bodies retain about half of the fluoride we ingest and that it accumulates over time.

“If fluorides do this to teeth, which are the hardest surfaces in your body, what do we think they’re doing to our soft tissues,” posed Stockin.

The American Dental Association and the Centers for Disease Control have endorsed water fluoridation since 1950 and while they admit that fluoride can be toxic in excessive quantities, the ADA maintains that at optimal levels, water fluoridation is a safe and effective way to prevent dental decay.

But, when we tried to ask the tough questions, the CDC and State Dental Director Elizabeth Lense, denied our requests for interviews.

We were instead referred to the CDC’s Web site and the American Dental Association’s “Fluoridation Facts” — an article that was last reviewed in 2005.

Stockin says much of that information is outdated, and some of it is just plain wrong.

“It’s bad science, it’s outdated science,” Stockin said.

In fact, Stockin and other experts say fluoride doesn’t need to be ingested at all, that it works best when applied directly to the teeth, via toothpaste or mouth rinse.

“If I went to a doctor and said I have issues with sunburn and he said, ‘Here’s some sunblock for you, drink this to prevent sunburn,’ what would I say? I’d say, ‘that makes no sense,'” Stockin said.

Not a new argument, but more and more communities are beginning to jump on the anti-fluoridation bandwagon, such as Corning, N.Y., Bellingham, Wash. and Juneau, Alaska. Voters in each of those cities rejected the addition of fluoride to their water supplies.

Meanwhile, Atlantans continue to drink fluoridated water, as mandated by the state and many have tough questions for the people who made that choice for them.

“Why are they doing it after there’s been a lot more research coming out that shows that it’s not necessary,” Wetzel said.

Stockin added, “If people insist on fluorides, let them buy fluoridated toothpaste and spit it out rather than all of us ingesting this thing and then having to deal with the health consequences of that?”

Stockin says there’s a lot of new information that hasn’t been widely publicized, including the fact that the CDC is now encouraging parents to use low-fluoride or non-fluoridated water to mix with baby formula.

The National Research Council says infants and babies ingest three to four times the amount of fluorides as adults on a body weight basis, which can lead to an increased risk of dental fluorosis.

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, babies don’t need fluoride during the first six months because they don’t have teeth.

Kidney Foundation Drops Fluoridation Support
Mon Jun 9, 2008 9:56am EDT

Fluoride may damage bones of kidney patients

NEW YORK, June 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The National Kidney Foundation withdrew its support of water fluoridation citing the 2006 National Research Council (NRC) report indicating that kidney patients are more susceptible to fluoride’s bone and teeth-damaging effects.

The kidney-impaired retain more fluoride and risk skeletal fluorosis (an arthritic-type bone disease), fractures and severe enamel fluorosis, which may increase the risk of dental decay, reports the NRC.

Fluoride is added to US water supplies ostensibly to reduce tooth decay. Fluoride is also in foods, beverages, drugs and dental products.

The National Kidney Foundation’s (NKF) former fluoridation position statement also carried surprising cautions. The NKF advised monitoring children’s fluoride intake along with patients with chronic kidney impairment, those with excessive fluoride intake, and those with prolonged disease. But NKF now admits, “exposure from food and beverages is difficult to monitor, since FDA food labels do not quantify fluoride content.”

The NKF’s April 15, 2008 statement goes further: “Individuals with CKD [Chronic Kidney Disease] should be notified of the potential risk of fluoride exposure.”

“More than 20 million Americans have CKD, and most don’t even know it. More than 20 million others are at increased risk for developing CKD,” NKF reports.

“There is consistent evidence that impairment of kidney function results in changes to the way in which fluoride is metabolized and eliminated from the
body, resulting in an increased burden of fluoride,” concludes Kidney Health Australia in a paper NKF recommends reading.

NKF’s fluoridation support was dropped when a lawyer, an academic dentist and public health professional, Daniel Stockin, alerted it to NRC’s findings.

“An easy way to reduce the uncontrolled flow of fluoride into our bodies is to stop water fluoridation,” says attorney Paul Beeber, President, New York State
Coalition Opposed to Fluoridation. “But it takes political will to reject fluoridation.”

The American and Louisiana Dental Associations erroneously claim the National Kidney Foundation supports fluoridation. However, even the ADA reports that “decreased fluoride removal may occur among persons with severely impaired kidney function who may not be on kidney dialysis.”

Chronic kidney disease is a growing health problem in the United States occurring more often in African-American populations, says the Centers for Disease Control.

More fluoride/kidney information here:
http://www.fluoridealert.org/health/kidney/index.html

References: http://tinyurl.com/6yo9ws

Contact: Paul Beeber, JD 516-433-8882 nyscof@aol.com
http://www.orgsites.com/ny/nyscof

Daniel Stockin, the Lillie Center, MPH stockin2@yahoo.com 706-669-0786

SOURCE NYS Coalition Opposed to Fluoridation, Inc.

SOURCE: The Journal of Public Health Dentistry, Vol. 69, No. 4, Fall 2009
Fluoride Ingestion Is Related to Fluid Consumption Patterns.
Sohn W, Noh H, Burt BA.

Department of Cariology, Restorative Sciences & Endodontics, School of Dentistry, University of Michigan, MI, USA.

Objectives: There have been few reports regarding variations of fluoride intake by fluid consumption patterns. The purpose of this study was to estimate fluoride intake among children in the United States based on their fluid consumption patterns. Methods: Fluid intakes of children aged 1-10 years from plain water, beverages, and water from foods were assessed in a 24-hour recall diet survey as a part of the third National Health and Nutritional Examination Survey (NHANES III, 1988-1994). The amount of fluoride ingested from fluids in NHANES III was estimated from several assumptions about the concentration of fluoride in drinking water and beverages. Logistic regression analysis was conducted using SAS((R)) and SUDAAN((R)). Results: Children at the 75th percentile or higher of F intake from fluids (not including water used in cooking) ingested 0.05 mg F/kg/day or more, and children at the 90th percentile or higher ingested 0.07 mg F/kg/day or more. This finding held across all age groups. There was substantial variation in the estimated amount of fluoride ingestion depending on the children’s fluid consumption patterns as well as age, gender, and race/ethnicity. African-American children ingested significantly more fluoride than White children in bivariate analysis. This association remained significant after accounting for fluid consumption pattern and other confounding factors in the model. Conclusion: Our results raise concerns that some children are ingesting significantly more fluoride than others depending on sociodemographic factors and fluid consumption patterns. Additional research is warranted to investigate the variation in the amounts of fluoride ingestion by these factors and its impact on fluorosis prevalence in different population groups.

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