By now, you’ve probably heard about Flint, Michigan and the dangerous lead levels in their public water supply. Several states and cities around the country have been affected, and the newest city which has discovered elevated lead levels in their water is Harrison, Arkansas!
This is only the beginning, America. Common sense will tell you that we have lead pipes and copper fittings sweated with lead all over Arkansas and the US. If the fluoride mandate is not halted, we will see our whole infrastructure torn apart. We cannot sit by and continue to allow the fluoride to leach LEAD into any community’s water.
Watch this 2-minute news video from KY3. In it, they explain what the City of Harrison plans to do about the problem.
And here’s important information about lead in drinking water from the City of Harrison. Ingesting lead into the body can:
damage the brain and kidneys
interfere with the production of red blood cells that carry oxygen to all parts of your body
lower IQ in children
The greatest risk of lead exposure is to infants, young children, and pregnant women, according to that document and scientists.
Mothers: do NOT reconstitute your baby formula with tap water! This applies anywhere in the United States.
Reminder: all food cooked at restaurants that use tap water will be contaminated with chemicals, including lead, so you may be getting overexposed more than you might think! In the human body, the tolerance for lead is zero. The World Health Organization has declared a Zero-Tolerance to lead in water. That means NONE. You know how they handle Zero-Tolerance in schools.
Governor Hutchinson, we need a moratorium on fluoridation. It’s that simple! Fluoride leaches lead from the older lead pipes, meters, and fittings. (Copper, too!) Harrison schools may need to close. Please stand up and use your executive pen to halt the fluoridation process: make this decision on your own, and do NOT leave this decision in the hands of the Arkansas Board of Health to languish! Our health is in your hands.
Readers, contact Governor Hutchinson at (501) 682-2345, and tell him we need a moratorium on water fluoridation in Arkansas.
Important information and contact numbers from the City of Harrison link above:
You can consult a variety of sources for additional information. Your family doctor or pediatrician can perform a blood test for lead and provide you with information about the health effects of lead.
State and local government agencies that can be contacted include:
City of Harrison Water Department at (870) 741-6382 – can provide you with information about your community’s water supply, and a list of local laboratories that have been certified by EPA for testing water quality;
City of Harrison Code Enforcement Office at (870) 741-5535 – can provide you with information about building permit records that should contain the names of plumbing contractors that plumbed your home; and
For more information, call us [City of Harrison] at (870) 741-6382 or visit our website at www.cityofharrison.com . For more information on reducing lead exposure around your home/building and the health effects of lead, visit EPA’s Web site at http://www.epa.gov/lead or contact your health care provider.
It is time for a class action lawsuit against all officials involved with the poisoning of America! This will be from the CDC down to the State Department of Health and even down to the water operators adding the toxic water chemicals to the water supply.
The article Fluoridation Spikes Lead Levels in Water is from the International Academy of Oral Medicine & Toxicology (IAOMT), and the report you’ll read when you click the link comes from IAOMT the Fluoride Action Network. Here’s a snippet:
There have been so many developments which, in a rational world that paid attention to honest science, should have ended fluoridation – here is one more. A paper has been published by Maas, Patch, Christian and Coplan in the journal Neurotoxicology which shows that fluoride (both sodium fluoride – NaF – and hexafluorosilicic acid – HFA) in various combinations with chlorinating chemicals (e.g. chlorine, CL or chloramine, CA) and ammonia (NH3) increases the release of lead from leaded brass fittings used in water pipes.
Here are some links to Secure Arkansas’ past articles about lead in municipal water supplies:
ADH Engineer Insists It’s Legal To Add Lead To Drinking Water July 2015 by Becky Gillette
Ohio’s Water Lead Poisoned… and ADH Mtg 1/28/16 Reminder Jan. 27, 2016
All of the fluoride products used in the artificial fluoridation of drinking water are contaminated with lead and arsenic, in addition to the leaching of lead from lead pipes! Lead damage to your body may be irreversible.
Remember, there are a couple of ways you can get overexposed to lead:
When the water operators add the artificial chemical product at the water plant, all fluoride has lead and other dangerous chemicals in the product.
Fluoride leaches lead from lead pipes, fittings, and meters.
The number of children poisoned by lead could double or even quadruple if fluoride is continued to be added to the water supply which causes the leaching of lead into the water system and enables more lead to be absorbed into the human body. This could be a case for a statewide class action suit.
No amount of lead is safe. Remember, it is ZERO tolerance.
The real solution would be to STOP all water fluoridation instead of adding more harmful chemicals to the water supply to counteract the leaching of lead from the pipes. All these chemicals that are being added to the water supply are causing the water infrastructure to deteriorate at a faster rate.
Please have your water tested!
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