This fluoride business is big money! Fort Smith has a fluoridation contract, and Greenwood has started fluoridating their public water supply. Before we give you more details on that, we wanted to remind you about this: The Arkansas Public Health Board will hold their quarterly meeting on Thursday, July 23, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. at […]
Once more, the state of Arkansas bucks the trend and falls behind the rest of the country and world. Over the last year, the following communities (with approximate populations) have stopped adding fluoride to their drinking water. That’s approximately 2,538,500 people freed from the toxic substance known as fluoride, in the past year!
Agenda 21’s anchor baby is “Sustainable Development”. Sustainable Development is to “harmonize” U.S. environmental policy with U.N. directives as outlined in “Agenda 21”, compliments of Geo. H. W. Bush. Arkansas’ local Agenda 21 planning guide was published by ICLEI. As you may recall, No. Little Rock Mayor Patrick Henry Hayes has been the national president of ICLEI. (International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives…already in 70 different countries)
In March of this year, Sen. Johnson, when asked what the startup costs would be for Fort Smith, stated to legislators that it would be between $90,000 and $100,000 dollars. (Southwest Times)
SB 359, an Act “To Provide For Certain Water Systems To Maintain A Level Of Fluoride To Prevent Tooth Decay; And For Other Purposes.”