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Re: “Tales from the Capitol

FYI ... in the early 1930's, US Corporations (US Steel, Alcoa, Union Carbide) cheaply dumped fluoride by-products from fertilizer, steel & aluminum production into the environment. In 1933, the USDA warned of its toxicity - singling out the aluminum industry. These corps. became frightened of litigation. So an Alcoa engineer (not an MD or chemist) in 1936 tested a few rats, decided fluoride could be used by humans, and Alcoa sent him all over the US pushing fluoride onto unsuspecting city governments. Then, lo and behold, these corporations began selling their by-product of toxic fluoride for a huge profit, thus skirting the expensive looming disposal of toxic waste. Did you know they harvest this toxin by placing "scrubbers" over the tops of the emitting smokestacks????? This poison rests alongside Chlorine on the Periodic Table. When will the lemmings wake-up and stop following? When will they do the research and make up their own minds???? These legislators are non-thinkers with antiquated information. They would rather bluster than research.

Posted by Suzanne Ritchie on 03/05/2011 at 10:54 PM

 

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