Sometimes to get any questions answered, sometimes you have to provide the answers yourself. And so is the case in getting answers to the questions I posed re the addition of fluoride to the water supplies and the proposed changing of the decision-making process out of the local NZ council’s hands and into the hands of the more government controlled District Health Boards.
So here are my questions and the answers to them.
Q: Is tooth decay classed as an illness or a disease?
A: Tooth decay is classed as a disease
Q: Is fluoride classed as a medication, an essential mineral for human health or neither?
A: Fluoride is neither a medication or an essential mineral for human health
Q: What is the main mineral composition of the teeth?
A: The main mineral composition of teeth is magnesium, calcium and phosphorus
Q: How much importance does nutrition and minerals play in the health of peoples teeth, in both the prevention of cavities and maintance of teeth?
A: Nutrition and minerals play a vitally important role in the health of peoples teeth, for the body is a self-healing organism and if the body is missing the required minerals and nutrients through the food and diet that it eats then decay and degrading of the organism, which is the human body, does occur
Q: If fluoride was to be administered via the water supply, what safeguards would be in place to monitor each individual within the population for the build-up of fluoride within their bodies?
A: There would be no monitoring within the population for the build-up of fluoride within their bodies
Q: Why should anyone be forced to consume a substance through mass administration when the evidence shows that product not to be effective when taken systemically?
A: There is no reason to do a practice that is shown to be non-effective and force it upon the whole population whether they require it or not, to rectify a disease that they may or may not have
Q: Why in the upcoming fluoride bill are they making it illegal for the District Health Board’s to opt out of adding fluoride to the water supplies?
A: The evidence leads you to conclude that because more and more councils in New Zealand are sensibly opting out of the practice of fluoridating their water supplies, we, the government, have to shift it to the DHB’s where we have more control and remove the decision-making process away from the populace where they can have too much influence over that decision-making process
The last answer may sound a bit controversially, but the evidence leads you in that direction, I’m open to other interpretations, but when you begin to understand the running of things and the agendas that are involved, it makes the most sense because when you start seeing what is going behind the political scene in Britain as explained by the team at UK Column News, things begin to make a lot of sense and a bigger picture emerges.
So these are my answers to the questions I posed, and if I do get a reply and answers from any of the concerned parties, I shall duly let you know.
If people don’t or can’t answer simple questions, you’ve got to question the motivation and the knowledge base