FluorideGate: An American Tragedy

FLUORIDEGATE the movie is a new documentary film that reveals the tragedy of how the United States government, industry, and trade associations protect and promote a policy known to cause harm to our country and especially small children, who suffer more than any other segment of the population. While the basis of their motivation remains uncertain, the outcome is crystal clear: it is destroying our nation.

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  • Mike

    fear propaganda…

    • Champ

      I’ve done the research.. Have you?

      • peanutaxis

        That’s the problem. Research: crackpot theorists never have/do any, and if you want to prove something you actually have to do some. So, I’m afraid, it is you that has not done the research.

        • Antitroll

          Troll… you know you’re a troll right?

      • http://www.facebook.com/NANDGated NAND Gate

        I have. Fear propaganda.

    • mel

      i don’t understand why you say fear propoganda…..

      The doco might include some zealous activists but even if you ignore them and the scientific research they raise, don’t you think it’s strange that government agencies are firing or not speaking to people who raise questions about the issue? If there isn’t anything wrong with it then why woudln’t they just answer openly?

      That alone is enough to make me suspicious and want to do my own research……

  • peanutaxis

    This is all in French, therefore it is nonsense. Why is the title in english? Idiots.

  • Anon

    It doesn’t even matter how dangerous (or maybe effective) it is. You never put medicine in the water suply! You can’t control the dosage. Even if the quantities are perfect, you get more substance if you drink more water. It’s absurd.

  • Christina Murphy

    So I opened Fluoridegate with the intent of hearing about inappropriate, unhealthy mineral deposits but instead was surprised with a light porn (wtf) an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Temptest, Prospero’s Book… “As I arrived in her gee”. What the heck??? LoL. #everybodysnaked42hours

  • Gil_Jr

    conspiracy theorists .THIS VIDEO IS FAKE

  • http://hyungnam.blogspot.kr/2013/06/web-design-tools-avatar-signature_63.html Hyungnam Gu

    Fluoridation has little effect on risk of bone fracture (broken bones); it may result in slightly lower fracture risk than either excessively high levels of fluoridation or no fluoridation. There is no clear association between fluoridation and cancer or deaths due to cancer, both for cancer in general and also specifically for bone cancer and osteosarcoma. Other adverse effects lack sufficient evidence to reach a confident conclusion. A Finnish study published in 1997 showed that fear that water is fluoridated may have a psychological effect with a large variety of symptoms, regardless of whether the water is actually fluoridated.

    Fluoride can occur naturally in water in concentrations well above recommended levels, which can have several long-term adverse effects, including severe dental fluorosis, skeletal fluorosis, and weakened bones. The World Health Organization recommends a guideline maximum fluoride value of 1.5 mg/L as a level at which fluorosis should be minimal. In rare cases improper implementation of water fluoridation can result in overfluoridation that causes outbreaks of acute fluoride poisoning, with symptoms that include nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Three such outbreaks were reported in the U.S. between 1991 and 1998, caused by fluoride concentrations as high as 220 mg/L; in the 1992 Alaska outbreak, 262 people became ill and one person died. In 2010, approximately 60 gallons of fluoride were released into the water supply in Asheboro, North Carolina in 90 minutes—an amount that was intended to be released in a 24-hour period.

    Like other common water additives such as chlorine, hydrofluosilicic acid and sodium silicofluoride decrease pH and cause a small increase of corrosivity, but this problem is easily addressed by increasing the pH. Although it has been hypothesized that hydrofluosilicic acid and sodium silicofluoride might increase human lead uptake from water, a 2006 statistical analysis did not support concerns that these chemicals cause higher blood lead concentrations in children. Trace levels of arsenicand lead may be present in fluoride compounds added to water, but no credible evidence exists that their presence is of concern: concentrations are below measurement limits.

    The effect of water fluoridation on the natural environment has been investigated, and no adverse effects have been established. Issues studied have included fluoride concentrations in groundwater and downstream rivers; lawns, gardens, and plants; consumption of plants grown in fluoridated water; air emissions; and equipment noise.