“Cohuna residents are being asked…”
Oh no, no, no. Stop right there! Straight away we have poor journalism. Everyone knows that the entire state of Victoria has a policy of MANDATORY water fluoridation. Community after community has been FORCED, in Victoria, to fluoridate over many years. So let’s just clear up that up immediately. Warrnambool, Mildura, Geelong, etc, etc – the list is long – all fluoridated forcibly. Cohuna, you have no choice – a fact you will soon learn, we’re sorry to say, painfully. Don’t be fooled into thinking democracy is some kind of reality in this fluoridation business.
“A drop-in information session has been organised…”
They did the same thing to us in Mildura, and to countless other towns. They like to quietly slip in, give you their propaganda, then later when they announce you are being forcibly fluoridated and you object, they can say – on grounds of technicality – that you were ‘consulted.’ It’s all bullshit of course, but now we’ve warned you, you know exactly what they are up to. Prepare yourself for it with key information.
“Fluoridation is credited with…”
If you want to know the real facts on this matter, start with this presentation. For more detailed information, click here (then scroll down to the section titled, ‘Tooth Decay’). Still hungry for more? Watch these.
“90% of Victorians have access…”
Um, WHY EXACTLY do 90% of Victorians “have access”?? – Oh yeah, that’s right… they were FORCIBLY FLUORIDATED by the same department making this percentage statement!
“On the value of water fluoridation…”
Gee, they are really giving you both sides of the story, aren’t they? Cut through this garbage and read these responses to pro-fluoridation claims. Perhaps you would prefer a video rebuttal? If so, click here. Or maybe you’d simply like to get involved in the movement against fluoridation right now. This website has everything you need to get started. But some people like a good solid book in their hand. If you are one of these people, read The Case Against Fluoride, which includes 80 pages of references to the scientific literature.