National (Com)Post Newspaper Urges Caution on Fluoride Study Versus Caution on Child Brain Health

In my opinion, the National Post is a terrible newspaper. I have almost entirely stopped reading mainstream media newspapers other than to see what our controllers would like us to believe and I highly recommend you do the same. The good news is that the majority of mainstream media newspapers here in Toronto and abroad are getting decimated by alternatives in our new digital age where the people are waking up and are hungrier than ever for the truth and real news. When was the last time you saw someone reading a newspaper?

In a recent and highly despicable move by the National Post, author Sharon Kirkey published an article titled "Researchers urge caution over study linking fluoride exposure in pregnancy to lower IQs in children." This NP trash article was in reference to a research paper recently published in Environmental Health Perspectives that took 12 years to put together and was supported by three national institutes. The study, Prenatal Fluoride Exposure and Cognitive Outcomes in Children at 4 and 6–12 Years of Age in Mexico, concluded that "higher prenatal fluoride exposure... was associated with lower scores of cognitive function in the offspring at 4 and 6-12y."

So let me get this straight Sharon... Instead of taking caution on potentially lowering the IQ of your children, we should take caution on the 12 year study itself that has been published exposing this potentially detrimental link?

Let me put it right back at you Sharon Kirkey: What study conclusively proves that ingesting fluoride decreases tooth decay?

Name one please. Any study. Anything at all which we shouldn't take caution over and which proves beyond any word of a doubt that we should be adding hydrofluosilicic acid (fluoride) to our water supplies in unending quantities for all to consume with no limits.

We are adding a toxic, poisonous chemical to our water supply and you cannot provide one conclusive study showing this practice actually works but we, the people, should take caution over a study linking fluoride ingestion to lower IQ.

National Post is FAKE NEWS. No one will be sad the day you go bankrupt.... and that day is coming real quick.