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After reviewing a 2015/2016 Freedom of Information Act docket I received from Toronto’s City Clerk’s office on Hydrofluosilicic Acid (fluoride) purchases, an incredibly disgusting observation was made. The chemical used to fluoridate Toronto’s water supply, Hydrofluosilicic Acid, purchased from Brenntag Canada, ControlChem Canada Ltd., and produced by Mosaic Company‘s Riverview facility in Florida, is contaminated with arsenic.
See for yourself:
Not just this batch, every single batch. Our Toronto tap water is filtered, and then this disgusting hazardous waste contaminated with arsenic and other poisons, is added to our drinking water.
Click for the full Freedom of Information Act Toronto 2015-16 – Fluorosilicic Acid PDF.
Don’t worry though, it’s just a little bit of poison and oh so good for your teeth.
From ControlChem Canada’s documentation from the full FOIA request, Hydrofluosilicic Acid has the following Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) Classification:
DIA – Very Toxic Material … Read More »
The most common question I have been asked over the past 6 years in the fight against water fluoridation in Toronto is “What is the best way to remove fluoride from water?” This is a very important question that I have tried to answer via testing of every single form of water filtration method known to man and purchase of most in-store bottled water products. After 6 years, I finally have the answer.
NOTE: I run www.endfluoridetoronto.com using my own money. I do not take donations and I do not endorse any for-profit organizations on this site.
While all chemicals used in water “treatment” are used to treat the water, fluoride (Hydrofluorosilicic Acid), a toxic byproduct of the phosphate manufacturing process, is the only chemical added to municipal water supplies to medicate people. Water fluoridation is outdated, ineffective, and dangerous and violates … Read More »
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 … Read More »
In Canada, artificial water fluoridation is mandated at the municipal level. Hundreds of separate regional councils review, debate, administer, purchase chemicals for, and discuss artificial water fluoridation independently across Ontario and the rest of the country. As reported in my past post Region of Peel passes motion asking province of Ontario to test fluoride toxicity, the Regional Council of Peel passed a motion almost unanimously requesting the Province of Ontario to test the product being used to fluoridate our water supplies otherwise to take legislative responsibility for the addition of this product. At first glance, this motion seemed incredibly reasonable however I am not holding my breath for the Province of Ontario to take responsibility for province-wide fluoridation now or ever.
Over the past 70 years, both the liberal and conservative track records on fluoridation have been abysmal where the unsubstantiated mantra … Read More »
Following up on my previous post “GMO Labeling in Canada – Bill C-291“, I would like to inform my readers that the annual March Against Monsanto will be held this Saturday, May 20th, 2017 starting in Dundas Square at 11:00 AM. It has been requested that protesters bring customized signs with your reason for marching.
For more information please go to: http://2017.nongmo.to/march-against-monsanto/
If you have not done so already, please call your local MP. These people work for you so let them know that you want to know what is in the food you are eating!
I called my local MP’s office MP Ali Ehsassi and was told that his opinion on GMO labeling was unknown. I am not sure if this is true or not. However I was also told the best place to find updated information on what our MPs are doing is on … Read More »
While two thirds of Canadians have access to water supplies free of the toxic chemical hydrofluosilicic acid, commonly known as fluoride, the remaining and highly unfortunate one third of us are forced to ingest this disgusting industrial waste product on an ongoing basis. For the roughly 10 to 12 million of us Canadians who are forced to ingest fluoride, how many people asked for this practice to begin? How many people requested hydrofluosilicic acid be added to their water supply?
While I don’t have the exact answers to these questions, through my experience speaking with hundreds if not thousands of Canadians, I do know that the majority of Canadians have no idea what is being added to the water supply let alone the efficacy of such product on the teeth or the potential harm on the rest of our bodies and … Read More »
Brampton councillor Michael Palleschi recently presented a motion at the Regional Council of Peel asking for the Ontario Government to provide comprehensive toxicity tests on fluoride being added to water supplies across Ontario. After significant debate at Peel council, with arguments heard for and against the addition of fluoride to the water supply, this motion is putting the onus back on the province to either provide comprehensive tests of the product used to fluoridate, or to assume legislative responsibility, and therefore liability, for the artificial fluoridation of Ontario’s water supplies.
Gaining coverage in an article recently posted in the Brampton Guardian, the writing style used by journalist Roger Belgrave to cover this important event and motion looks biased. Although starting the article with impartiality, the second half turns pro-fluoridation with a quote like “The vast majority of the scientific community does … Read More »
On October 6th, 2016, the National Post published an article addressing a non-binding vote held by the Ontario legislature to ban cities from removing fluoride from their water supplies.
As reported by Ashley Csanady “Mississauga-Streetsville MPP Bob Delaney brought the issue to the floor of the legislature because Peel region, which includes his riding, has a motion on its book to remove fluoride from its water.”
As you may recall, I reported on MPP Bob Delaney back in December of 2014 when he tried to force fluoridation on all Ontarians by petitioning the legislature. This was met with harsh criticism on his Facebook page which lead to Delaney and his team to deleting over 100 public comments from his page and banning those with dissenting opinions from speaking their minds in our supposed democracy.
After getting nowhere in 2014 with the petition, Bob Delaney has resurfaced with a new and … Read More »
When you look beyond what you are being told, and do your own research on topics such as artificial water fluoridation, the truth sometimes becomes so ridiculously apparent, that it is painful to read articles like this one recently posted from Stuff.co.nz in New Zealand “Anti-fluoride group air controversial TV ads.”
The mere title frames the article in a way that immediately places bias against anti-fluoride groups. However, what is actually controversial about the TV ads posted by Fluoride Free New Zealand? Is it “controversial” to inform the public on the origin of the chemical being used to medicate the entire population? Is it “controversial” to inform the public on the toxicity of the chemical being used by the government to treat you and your children? Is it “controversial” to display the statistic showing only 4% of the countries around the entire … Read More »
Enough is enough. Can we please come to a consensus that we agree to disagree?
Pro-fluoridationists are going to continue to scream and whine that adding hydrofluosilicic acid to the water supply somehow benefits all of humanity by reducing tooth decay without any side effects or specifics on the quantity of fluoride that an individual should ingest on a daily basis for the rest of their life. No study will be produced showing conclusive evidence that fluoridation / mass medication of the public water supply actually reduces tooth decay and no study will be conducted to show the difference in tooth decay between 95% of the world that doesn’t fluoridate versus the lonely 5% that does.
We anti-fluoridationsts / pro clean water advocates will continue to fight to ensure the water supply is not used as a pharmaceutical dispensary or waste disposal medium. We will fight to bring awareness to the people that … Read More »