District Chairman says Some Municipalities May Stop Paying if Fluoride is Added
View the KOLR 10 news story with Andy Anderson here. (It’s only 2 ½ minutes long.) The Ozark Mtn. Regional Public Water Authority’s chairman says he disapproves of fluoridation and that a state mandate requiring the practice could end in litigation.
“It was not a vote of the people,” says chairman Andy Anderson. “It was not a vote of the water systems. They are forcing it on us — if we feed five thousand people or more.” (“They” are the State.)
Also, regarding the recent article in the Harrison Daily Times, Mr. Anderson wants people to know that he would have put more emphasis on the statements that the ADH wants to treat their water district as one system for the fluoride issue but as 18 individual systems for their normal course of business.
Customers in the area are questioning the cost of this fluoridation scheme as well as the motive behind adding this toxic chemical to their water supply!
Water Operators (in all states): After you read the FULL document on contaminants in fluoridation chemicals by Phyllis J. Mullenix published in 2014, you will see why members of the Ozark Mtn. Regional Public Water Authority have suspicions about adding fluoride to all 18 of their systems. You may not have a full copy of this paper (just the abstract) since it costs money to get a copy from the journal. Therefore, Dr. Mullenix is providing her (author’s) pdf copy so that you water operators have access to it if you are interested in this very important information. “Remember, the devil is in the details.”
As you’re probably already aware, Phyllis J. Mullenix is “a pharmacologist and toxicologist by training. She graduated from the Truman State University (Zoology — Magna Cum Laude). Her Postdoctoral Training was as a Research Fellow, Environmental Medicine, The John Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, Baltimore. In the 1980s, Dr. Mullenix was Head of the Toxicology Department at the Forsyth Dental Center, a world renowned dental research institution affiliated with the Harvard Medical School. She was invited to start Forsyth’s Toxicology Department because of her expertise in neurotoxicology. She is presently a Research Associate in Psychiatry at the Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Boston. Dr. Mullenix’s academic appointments, professional positions held, teaching experience, awards, honors and many published scientific research articles to her name are numerous.
The first test Dr. Mullenix was asked to perform at the Forsyth Dental Center was a test related to neurotoxicity of fluoride. The person who asked her to perform this test was Dr. Harold C. Hodge, one of the founders of the Society of Toxicology. Since that time, Dr. Mullenix has conducted additional research related to fluoride including one study which is about to be published. She is considered to be the world’s foremost expert on the neurotoxicity of fluoride compounds.”
(Dr. Mullenix’s bio may be found here.)
A petition is being prepared for the people in the area of the Ozark Mountain Regional Public Water Authority to show their opposition to water fluoridation.
If you have friends and/or family in the area, be sure they sign it! We’ll make it available online SOON for you to print, sign, and mail to Andy Anderson. (More details to follow in a future email.)
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Local control of water and our freedom from fluoride poison are important!
Securing the blessings of liberty,