I like to thank people for what they do and sometimes you need to do a public thankyou and so it is on the subject and topic of fluoridating water supplies, though sometimes the reason I say thank you, isn’t for the reasons that most would think and so it is with fluoridation.
Because I asked some questions of parliamentary members that didn’t get answered, so therefore in the spirit of being grateful, here is a public thankyou for the non-answer of those questions on the topic of fluoridation.
I would like to publicly thank my local Parliamentary Representative, Jo Goodhew and the associate minister of health, Peter Dunne for not answering the questions I posed re the fluoridation issue, for what it has forced me to do is to go and conduct further research and thus expand my own knowledge and understanding of this subject and as such have branched into areas that I would have never considered.
For once you get into the fluoride issue you start delving into its association with the Manhattan Project, the Fertiliser and Aluminium industry, supressed studies, falsified information, multitudes of health issues, medications that are fluoride based, medical codes and practices, other individuals and organisations researching the fluoride issue and new research that is constantly coming on line because it has got to the stage that the avenues for researching into the detrimental effects of sodium fluoride are endless and far out way the tired old dogmatic mantra of it is good for the teeth and the reliance of the Gluckman Report as evidence for fluoridating water supplies.
I may not have got the answers from the questions that I posed to the concerned individuals but the answers I am receiving are far superior and much more interesting than Mrs Goodhew and Mr Dunne could have ever supplied and what becomes abundantly clear is that if one is for the use of sodium fluoride in our water supplies for the treatment of the disease that is tooth decay, they are working from a very small bandwidth of knowledge on the topic of fluoridation.
I will be forever grateful to them for not answering the questions that I posed on the subject of fluoridation, and one of the best things I can do on this occasion is to do a public thankyou to show my appreciation.
The Power Of Asking Great Questions
The Power Of Saying Thank You
Sometimes you can thank people for not being helpful, for lessons are always available to be learnt and avenues of study to be opened up in unexpected and most unusual ways and from unexpected quarters