Fluoridation Of City Water
Fluoride is a common constituent of many mineral compounds. Small amounts of organic fluorine are present in vegetables, fruits, and nuts. However, substantial amounts of fluoride are toxic to biological organisms.
Fluoride is generated as a waste byproduct from the manufacture of glass, steel, aluminum and phosphate fertilizer. In the 1930s and ’40s, some manufacturers were accumulating fluoride. The growing stockpile of this waste was contaminating local water, harming livestock and crops near aluminum and fertilizer plants.
As the leaders of the growing Transnational Interlocking Corporate Kingdom (aka, the “TICK”) contemplated the effective use of fluoride in the water by the German Nazis for mind control, diminishing the resistance of the people to their policies, and making their propaganda more effective, it was decided to pursue this in the United States.