If anyone is opposed to the practice of the use fluoride in the water supplies for treating the disease that is tooth decay, one avenue that is open is in writing letters to the editor of your local paper.
Do your research, improve your knowledge and start writing. One thing is, is not to approach this issue from the one angle, use multiple approaches, which is actually quite easy because there is so much study, research and information on line about the use of sodium fluoride and its associated dangers.
An example of one letter I recently wrote and sent in is this one.
When it comes to the fluoridation of water supplies, if anyone wants to use a substance to treat us for a disease, in whichever way or form, that is not immediately life threatening and or highly contagious, then we should be looking for a one on one consultation with the people or organisations who want to initiate this treatment upon us.
We should all be looking to ask questions about the treatment, the substance used and how it is made and expect good honest answers to these and any other questions raised, and as per the protocols, expect a full list of the side effects and potential dangers of the use of that treatment.
Our previous medical history must be taken into account, including any medical treatment that we may be on, and we should be looking to see if we need or even require this treatment. We do not have to give our consent for this treatment and also if we feel that we are not making an informed consent with regards to any treatment, or our consent is being coerced in any which way or form, then we have the right to withdraw our consent at any time during the process and have that duly and adequality noted on our medical records.
If the people who want to instigate this treatment for tooth decay upon us, whether directly or indirectly, and do not provide us with these courtesies, then they will be working counter to and disregarding the Medical Council of NZ’s code of practices, the prestigious Cole’s Medical procedures and the NZ Bill of Rights and all three documents can be viewed online to gain a better understanding of these procedures and protocols.
If you’ve never written a letter to the editor before, have a crack, do not be abusive, and use calm logical language and explanations to get your point across and generally keep it to 250 words, which is good because it makes you think about what you want to write and here are links to the 3 important documents if anyone wants to improve their knowledge and understanding of the procedures and protocols.
Medical Council Of NZ
Cole’s Medical Procedures
NZ Bill Of Right
And the more that you write and put this information out there about the dangers of sodium fluoride, the more and more people that become aware and you never know who is going to read what you’ve written and become more educated by it