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Article posted Aug 27 2012, 11:10 AM Category: Brave New World Source: Natural News Print

Portland, Oregon to spend $5 million to poison its residents with toxic fluoride

Ethan A. Huff

One of the last remaining urban bastions of fluoride-free water, the city of Portland, Oregon, is about to join the ranks of most other U.S. cities in forcibly medicating its residents with a drug that has been scientifically shown to impede proper brain development, lower IQ, damage thyroid function, and even cause cancer.

Oregon’s Herald and News reports that Portland Mayor Sam Adams has decided to join two other fluoride supporters on the five-member City Council, Randy Leonard and Nick Fish, in voting to support the mass medication of Portlanders via the public water supply. The other two members, Amanda Fritz and Dan Saltzman, have expressed opposition to water fluoridation.

You can access contact information for all members of the Portland City Council by visiting:

http://www.portlandonline.com/index.cfm?c=28533

At this time, there is no official date for when the council will vote on the issue. But unless the people of Portland and their supporters around the country raise hell to the Portland City Council in the following days and weeks, this three-two majority will eventually force mandatory water fluoridation to become law, despite the fact that Portlanders have repeatedly voted down water fluoridation efforts in the past.

Mayor Sam Adams says he grew up drinking fluoridated water, his hometown’s website says otherwise

As part of his argument for why he supports fluoridation, Mayor Adams told reporters that he grew up drinking fluoridated water in his hometown of Newport, Oregon. This, he says, is the reason why his teeth are now white and allegedly very healthy.

But a quick trip over to the City of Newport’s Public Works page reveals that Newport, Oregon does not, in fact, fluoridate its water supply (http://www.thecityofnewport.net/dept/pwk/waterquality.asp). The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also confirms this, as its Oral Health Resources page shows that the fluoride concentration in Newport’s public water supply is 0.00 mg/L. (http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov)

What this means is that Mayor Adams is lying to his constituents in a thinly-veiled effort to pull a fast one at the behest of aggressive fluoride lobbyists. It is these lobbyists, after all, that approached the City Council back in August to push for water fluoridation, and are apparently responsible for this sudden rush to get Portland fluoridated.

Like most other political decisions, it appears as though Mayor Adams was essentially bribed by the fluoride lobby to pretend as though fluoride is healthy and beneficial. Mayor Adams has even gone so far as to claim that the science against fluoride is based on “emotions and rhetoric,” which is clearly not the case when taking even a cursory look at the mountain of evidence.

Mayor Adams, political sellout and industry whore

If Mayor Adams really took an honest look at the science behind fluoride, as he claims he has done, there is no way he could have arrived at the conclusion that fluoride is safe and beneficial for preventing tooth decay. Numerous studies, including a 2010 study out of New Zealand, have proven that ingesting fluoride does not prevent tooth decay, and that it actually causes much harm. (http://worldental.org)

Mayor Adams, Randy Leonard, and Nick Fish need to hear from you. These fluoride shills are either grossly and willfully misinformed about fluoride, or they have caved to industry pressures — and most likely industry dollars — to push toxic fluoride in the name of improving health. After all, if these three get their way, Portland taxpayers will be forced to fork over $5 million a year to have themselves poisoned with fluoride, which will be a big financial win for the fluoride industry.

You can contact Mayor Adams, Randy Leonard, and Nick Fish by visiting:

http://www.portlandonline.com/index.cfm?c=28533

Sources for this article include:
http://www.heraldandnews.com
http://www.registerguard.com
http://www.fluoridealert.org/





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Anonymous

Posted: Aug 27 2012, 1:18 PM

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213251 They should add 1500ppm of cyanide instead as it is good for the bones...
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 29 2012, 10:48 PM

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828 Fluoride has only been shown to have negative effects in enormous doses, its concentrations in water are minute but have beneficial effects on the teeth.

This myth needs to end - the government isn't trying to sedate you or lower your intellect, it's a few parts per million to help maintain your teeth.
Anonymous

Posted: Sep 11 2012, 2:05 AM

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71237 Here is the email that I just sent to Sam who is on my linkedin account.

Sam,

I read your post online about why you support fluoridation in our water. I have added several more studies that you should also consider.

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Kalsbeek H, Kwant GW, Groeneveld A, Dirks OB, van Eck AA, Theuns HM. Caries experience of 15-year-old children in The Netherlands after discontinuation of water fluoridation. Caries Res. 1993;27(3):201-5.
Seppa L, Karkkainen S, Hausen H. Caries frequency in permanent teeth before and after discontinuation of water fluoridation in Kuopio, Finland. Community Dent Oral Epidemiol. 1998 Aug;26(4):256-62.
Kunzel W, Fischer T. Caries prevalence after cessation of water fluoridation in La Salud, Cuba. Caries Res. 2000 Jan-Feb;34(1):20-5.
Burt BA, Keels MA, Heller KE. The effects of a break in water fluoridation on the development of dental caries and fluorosis. J Dent Res. 2000 Feb;79(2):761-9.

Comparison of fluoridated and non-fluoridated communities
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Ismail AI, Shoveller J, Langille D, MacInnis WA, McNally M. Should the drinking water of Truro, Nova Scotia, be fluoridated? Water fluoridation in the 1990s. Community Dent Oral Epidemiol. 1993 Jun;21(3):118-25.
Jackson RD, Kelly SA, Katz BP, Hull JR, Stookey GK. Dental fluorosis and caries prevalence in children residing in communities with different levels of fluoride in the water. J Public Health Dent. 1995 Spring;55(2):79-84.
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Angelillo IF, Torre I, Nobile CG, Villari P. Caries and fluorosis prevalence in communities with different concentrations of fluoride in the water. Caries Res. 1999;33(2):114-22.

Decline of caries is not all due to fluoride
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Dental fluorosis is now an epidemic
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Fluoride ingestion delays tooth eruption and may simply delay tooth decay
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Smith CE, Nanci A, Denbesten PK. Effects of chronic fluoride exposure on morphometric parameters defining the stages of amelogenesis and ameloblast modulation in rat incisors. Anat Rec. 1993 Oct;237(2):243-58.

The anti-caries benefit from swallowed fluoride is miniscule compared to the post-eruptive topical effects.
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Fluoridated water is associated with an increase risk for bone fracture
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Feskanich D, Owusu W, Hunter DJ, Willett W, Ascherio A, Spiegelman D, Morris S, Spate VL, Colditz G. Use of toenail fluoride levels as an indicator for the risk of hip and forearm fractures in women. Epidemiology. 1998 Jul;9(4):412-6.
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Fluorosilicates, lead, arsenic, radium and other harmful contaminants in our fluoridated water are toxic
Denzinger HF, Konig HJ, and Kruger GE 1979 No. 103 sept/Oct issue of 'Phosphorus and Potassium'
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Studies reporting a link between fluoride and cancer
-some show a trend for increase risk of bone cancer in young males
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Publications arguing against the link between fluoride and cancer. Why?
-failure to recognize in most cases that hydrofluosilicic acid (and its radium and arsenic contaminants), not pure sodium fluoride, was used to fluoridate water
-the increase in risk from 1 ppm fluoridated water for all cancers is low, for osteosarcomas, it is extremely low, but it should still be detectable with sufficient sample sizes
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Katz BP, Brizendine EJ, Stookey GK. Lack of effect of long-term fluoride ingestion on blood chemistry and frequency of sister chromatid exchange in human lymphocytes. Environ Mol Mutagen. 1997;29(3):265-71.

Fluoride is neurotoxic
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Bahavior not affected by fluoride?
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Fluoride affects reproduction

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No fluoride effect on reproduction
Merkley JW, Sexton TJ Reproductive performance of White Leghorns provided fluoride Poult Sci 1982 Jan;61(1):52-6
Fluoride can affect thyroid hormones and, therefore, many other organs

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Fluoride enters the placenta and may cause birth defects
Malhotra A, Tewari A, Chawla HS, Gauba K, Dhall K. Placental transfer of fluoride in pregnant women consuming optimum fluoride in drinking water. J Indian Soc Pedod Prev Dent. 1993 Mar;11(1):1-3
Armstrong WD, Singer L, Makowski EL. Placental transfer of fluoride and calcium. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 1970 Jun 1;107(3):432-4.
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Erickson JD. Down Syndrome, Water Fluoridation, and Maternal Age. Teratology 1980;21(177-180).
Gupta SK, Gupta RC, Seth AK, Chaturvedi CS. Increased incidence of spina bifida occulta in fluorosis prone areas. Acta Paediatr Jpn. 1995 Aug;37(4):503-6.

Fluoride may affect the immune system
Loftenius A, Andersson B, Butler J, Ekstrand J. Fluoride augments the mitogenic and antigenic response of human blood lymphocytes in vitro. Caries Res. 1999;33(2):148-55.
Gutierrez J, Liebana J, Ruiz M, Castillo A, Gomez JL. Action of sodium fluoride on phagocytosis by systemic polymorphonuclear leucocytes. J Dent. 1994 Oct;22(5):279-82.
Sutton PR. Is the ingestion of fluoride an immunosuppressive practice? Med Hypotheses. 1991 May;35(1):1-3.
Spittle B. Allergy and hypersensitivity to fluoride. Fluoride 1993 26: 267-273.
Gabler WL, Mugrditchian M, Creamer HR, Bullock WW. Effect of fluoride on movement of concanavalin A-acceptor molecules of human neutrophils. Inflammation. 1989 Jun;13(3):317-28.
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Gabler WL, Hunter N. Inhibition of human neutrophil phagocytosis and intracellular killing of yeast cells by fluoride. Arch Oral Biol. 1987;32(5):363-6
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I have several more for you if you are in need of further materials.

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