THE CASE AGAINST FLUORIDATION
plement the criminal aims of their
mentors and speed the destruction of
America, it would seem that to un-
questioningly accept as an invalidation the label of "scaremonger" is a
luxury which we cannot afford.
Princess Illeana of Roumania tells,
in her book, 1 Live Again, of information given to her by Roumanian dictator Ana Pauker that the take-over
of the United States will be accomplished by thc acquisition (not destruction ) of the utilities, ancl by poisoning the water supplies.10
Lenin said: "Get control of the public health agencies and furnish the
keystone in the arch of the socialized
Harold D. Lasswell has stated in an
article entitled "The Garrison State,"
which appeared in the American Journal of Sociology (1941), that "if
recent advances in pharmacology
continue, physical means of controlling response can replace symbolic
"This refers," he continued, "to the
use of drugs not only for temporary
orgies of energy on the part of front
line fighters, but in order to deaden
the critical function of all who are not
held in esteem by the ruling state."10
The use of fluorides for such purpose
would, of course, be allied with methods used ancl recently reported to the
American public, in brainwashing
American war prisoners in Red China.
Aiding the Enemy
According to Major Jordan, the
water supplies of West Point Military
Academy come from the artificially-
fluoridated water system of Newburgh, New York, from which also
emanate water supplies for Stewart
Field, a jet plane base for protection
of New York City.11
"It is another one of those strange
coincidences," states Major Jordan,
"that the Pentagon, Annapolis, West
Point, ports of embarkation, naval installations were the first to receive this
fluoridation, even though there were
It has recently been announced that
Fort Lewis, Washington, expects to be
the first army post in the country
treated with fluorine. Coupled with
the announcement is the statement
that "installation of equipment to treat
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the water for the benefit of teeth, especially in children, is scheduled as soon
as funds are available."'- Should it be
necessary to subject our inductees ancl
enlisted men to the dangers of fluorine
toxicity in order to benefit the comparatively few children present, particularly at this embarkation point? It
might be well to ask, "How young are
they drafting our soldiers these days?"
Mrs. Golda Fran/en testified before
the House Committee on Interstate
and Foreign Commerce: "I know fluoridation is a Communist scheme —
frankly, the Master Plan — but I cannot prove it, for those who have informed me cannot testify; they would
be liquidated if they did."13
The Daily Worker, official publication of the Communist Party in the
United States, carried an article on
March 13, 1956, lauding the so-called
benefits of fluoridation. Commenting
upon this in the New York Herald
Tribune of March 18, 1956, former
FBI agent Herbert Philbrick stated:
"Tbe Communists, who have been
publicly urging that sodium fluoride
be placed in our public water supply,
are currently intensifying their campaign for this measure."14
USPHS Tests Questioned
While the Public Health Service
points with pride to extensive compilations of statistics based upon their
ten-year studies of Newburgh and
Kingston, it is noteworthy that the
Newburgh News of January 27, 1954,
stated that Newburgh had a higher
heart death rate than "for the nation
as a whole."1"' The May, 1954, report
of the Public Health Service, "Water-
borne Fluorides and Mortality," does
not include statistics on their test city
of Newburgh. This report also makes
no distinction between naturally fluoridated and artificially fluoridated
cities, whereas anti-fluoridationists, as
in the case of Major Jordan, previously quoted, point to the high content of
calcium, as well as other chemical
components, present in waters which
are fluoridated by nature, which are
not present to the same degree in
waters to which fluoride compounds
are added. It is also noteworthy that
extensive tests rriade by the U. S. Public Health Service in their comparative
studies in Newburgh and Kingston
did not include any which would indicate the effects of fluorides on the
mentalities of test city residents.
The Public Health Service points to
Bartlett, Texas, as proof that twenty
to thirty years of fluoridation does not
lead to bone disease, nor increase in'
cidence of cancer or kidney trouble
The water in Bartlett has a naturd
fluorine content of 8 ppm (parts pel
million), whereas the amount of artificial fluoridation recommended by
health authorities is only 1 ppm. A
check on inhabitants of Bartlet'
seemed to give fluoridation a clean hi"
of health until it was learned that w
116 citizens in Bartlett, only eleVo]
had lived there all their lives.16
Cornel's Nose in the Tent
Dr. Frederick B. Exner of the I '"■
versify of Washington has stated: "B?
yond any reasonable question, the so"
purpose in wanting to add fluorine "
the water supply, rather than offer "
in some saner fashion, is so that it cs*
serve as a precedent for compulsof!
medication in non-contagious
This is borne out by the public pff
diction of Dr. Leonard Scheele, Suf
geon General of the U. S. Publ-*
Health Service, who told a 1953 Was*
ington conference of state and tern
tonal health and hospital authoring
that community-wide attack on "h
more serious diseases than dental of
cay" probably will be forthc-onii'1-'
after laboratory tests have paved t*1-
One of the dangers of fluoridiitio-1
admitted even by its strongest suR
porters, is that of "mottled eniunc
which has been observed even wlK'J1
fluorides ill the water are at relative"1-
low levels. Even so-called mild m"
tling changes the smooth, glos*?'
creamy whiteness of normal teeth
a dull, unglazed surface with irregur
chalky white patches. In so-cal'(H
"l lati/in. ,,;,. til.
"Jordan, op. cit.
'-OiiIIiia Morning News, June 18, 1956. ..
"Buckley, Prladllfl I... "Freedom Prom FluofV
lam," National Review, May 9, 1956.
"Ihe National Fluoridation News. Apr., 195*
i alii, state Fluoridation League, "Fluorid*^
Is A Fraud!"
"Buckley, op. ott.
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