Sajid Javid wants to put Sodium Flouride in the water supply… I wonder why?

Since the Harvard and Lancet reports on the neurotoxicity of sodium fluoride, considering the observed accumulation of sodium fluoride in the frontal lobes of the brain, more specifically, it’s calcification of the pineal gland––associated with critical thinking, creative thought, and our powers of imagination; also being responsible for the secretion of serotonin and melatonin (sleep regulating hormones): it is safe to state unequivocally that Sodium Fluoride is a neurotoxin. A notion that has not been considered a ‘conspiracy theory’ by the educated amongst us for some years, yet we still see it in children’s toothpaste and in the general water supply of certain regions: even after Putin condemned it’s use as a substance once used in Soviet concentration camps to sedate the prisoners.

At least 13 Nobel Prize winners in Chemistry and Medicine have either opposed fluoridation of water or expressed reservations about it.

These include:
• Arvid Carlsson (2000, Medicine/Physiology)
• Giulio Natta (1963, Chemistry),
• Nikolai Semenov (Chemistry, 1956),
• Sir Cyril Norman Hinshelwood (Chemistry, 1956),
• Hugo Theorell (Medicine, 1955),
• Walter Rudolf Hess (Medicine, 1949),
• Sir Robert Robinson (Chemistry, 1947),
• James B. Sumner (Chemistry, 1946),
• Artturi Virtanen (Chemistry, 1945),
• Adolf Butenandt (Chemistry, 1939),
• Corneille Jean-François Heymans (Medicine, 1938),
• William P. Murphy (Medicine, 1934),
• Hans von Euler-Chelpin (Chemistry, 1929).

Nobel Laureate – James B Sumner – gave as his scientific opinion:
“We ought to go slowly [with water fluoridation]. Everybody knows fluorine and fluorides are very poisonous substances…We use them in enzyme chemistry to poison enzymes, those vital agents in the body. That is the reason things are poisoned; because the enzymes are poisoned and that is why animals and plants die.”

Dr. Arvid Carlsson, the 2000 recipient of the Nobel Prize in Medicine/Physiology, upon learning that fluoride works topically (locally):
“In pharmacology, if the effect is local (e.g., topical), it’s of course absolutely awkward to use it in any other way than as a local treatment. I mean this is obvious. You have the teeth there, they’re available for you, why drink the stuff?… I see no reason at all for giving it in any other way than locally.” Link:

Professor Emeritus Dr. Arvid Carlsson, Nobel Prize winner in 2000 for Medicine/Physiology opposes water fluoridation.

“It is interesting to note that Dr. Carlsson opposed fluoridation of water as it is a violation of modern pharmacological principles, and he succeeded in his campaign along with hundreds of other scientists. It is also important to note that the incidence of dental caries was the same in Sweden as compared to fluoridated countries such as the USA. As British Columbia in Canada was considering fluoridation of water, Carlsson said, ‘I would advise against fluoridation. He reiterated that individual prophylaxis (treatment) is preferable on principle grounds and that it is equally effective’.”

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