Lets meetup and present and discuss the issue of drinking-water flouridation.

Water fluoridation by local government is an intrusive and nearly inescapable practice in forced medication with extremely toxic compounds.

It has been banned in Europe. Recently Harvard Medical School has published research linking it to brain damage and lowered IQ's. It has also been linked to cancer and thyroid problems.

While the government claims that they do this to decrease cavities; It has been shown that swallowing the fluorides gives no additional benefits over topical administration. Also natural non-toxic compounds are just as good or better than flourides in preventing cavities.

Putting flouride in drinking water is an unfair and unnecessarily dangerous and costly endeavor and needs to be reconsidered.

As responsible citizens and libertarians, it is our responsibility to discuss this issue and possibly investigate courses of action to combat this loving government mandated "service" that is payed for by the people who have to drink this concoction.

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  • ERIC K.

    Hello fellow libertarians in Charleston!

    I'm a new resident moving from Wisconsin in about a month.

    Fluoride is gross and it is one of the the leading causes of unattractive people in the US. It does this through a process called dental fluorosis, which is permanent and is the result of too much systemic fluoride during the development of the adult teeth still uncovered during early childhood. It causes teeth to be stained and mottled. Usually it is a white stain showing up as spots or streaks but can be worse. I like attractive and healthy people so I am on a crusade to inform the public of this danger and eventually end it.

    I would like to give a short presentation to your group.
    The physical and mental harm caused by fluoridation greatly outstrips its minimal benefit to society and it needs to be discussed and people owe it to themselves and especially their children to get informed.

    Check my original post for more information.

    Sincerely,

    Eric Krismer

    December 14, 2012

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