Campaign To End Fluoride Another Step Closer
Last night Dublin City Council voted to stop fluoridating water by 22 votes to 20. The decision means they no longer wish to fluoridate the water but stops short of taking it out, rather putting the onus on the government to legislate, or repeal the current Act that demands it be added. We do not believe this is necessary and in fact believe the Councils can stop immediately.
Two members of DDI have been supporting the other anti fluoride campaigners in Ireland by running a background campaign with all the Councillors of ALL parties in the country giving information and advice to convince them that they really can take the final step and CAN stop adding fluoride NOW, and not just vote for the government to repeal legislation (which they won’t).
Dublin is the second major council after Cork to make this decision. Now we will keep the pressure on and continue to talk with the Councillors in other councils around the country. If we can help them get perhaps another 10 councils over the the first hurdle (the vote against fluoride) it will hopefully give them the safety in numbers they are looking for to take the final step to stop adding fluoride, and stop believing they need the government to allow them first. The government is NOT going to dissolve half a dozen councils or more over this issue, it will be game over for fluoride once and for all, and the health benefits to Irish people, and especially the children, will start to show in as little as 12 months for some illnesses.
We hope that Kerry will be next to decide and that other councils we have contacted will also bring motions to council meetings as soon as possible.
Sadly, as you will see by this article, the establishment and its media is still pushing the Fluoride on the public, even this Journal article devotes the vast majority of its space to backing fluoride. However the people do not want to be medicated against their will, and as the Dublin motion said, those who do fluoridate people against their will should be criminalised. To that end we endeavour to formulate a list of Councillors who have voted to continue to add this toxin to our water at the detriment of the health and lives of us and our children in the face of all the evidence to the contrary.We ask the readers to help us in that cause.