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What’s In My Water?

 

What is fluoride?

Fluoride, simply put, is mineral commonly used in toothpaste to fight cavities. Or so we’ve been told.

Our water and food supply is slowly killing us.

Putting fluoride in water, which they do, isn’t the only way to expose us to this toxic chemical. Fluoride is also found in:

1. Mechanically deboned meat

2. Pesticides (farmers/gardeners beware)

3. Food

4. All Dental products, even floss and mouthwash including the “natural” dental products

5. Tea…yes the tea you drink

 

This post is yet another expose on how the system of white supremacy targets us. Please educate yourselves on the hidden dangers of food and water. Invest in a water filtration system if possible. And once again, please stay away from The Fast Foods Industry.

Next: The Dangers of Chemical and Airborne Manganese and GMO’s.

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33 thoughts on “What’s In My Water?

  1. Really good topic sista. Black folk don’t talk about this enough and I’m sure Black neighborhoods probably get OD with this stuff. DON”T DRINK TAP WATER.

    Did you know it is said that the Germans gave fluoride to the so-called jews in those camps to keep them docile?

    The tea that I drink and I drinks plenty, has no fluoride in it. I only know that because the man that owned the cafe’ I used to go to told me none of his teas are grown with fertilizers, pesticides and have no fluoride. I never knew tea would even have fluoride in it. So now I buy my tea from him and here is the best part…..he is Black.

  2. mary burrell on said:

    I did’nt know there was fluroide in the teas. Thanks for the informative post. Keep teaching and informing us.

  3. Fluoride deception:

  4. Respectfully, I don’t believe this.

    Fluoride has been put into the water systems of various nations with various governments, I cannot believe that all of them are doing this because it somehow props up white supremacy, if for no other reason than it’s used in many places that are overwhelmingly white anyway.

    Secondly, why would anyone do this? There are much more efficient methods yet to be employed. If people were determined to taint water supplies, it would be very easy to introduce water borne diseases to select neighbourhoods, instead of introducing a substance more or less everywhere, affecting everyone.

    I’m not saying this as an attack, I find many of the posts here very insightful, and there are certainly far too many ways in which white supremacy harms people. I just don’t believe this is one of them.

  5. It is not only water that is being tainted. The powers-that-be are also using food to kill people. If you want to get rid of a group or groups of people, this is one of the easiest ways of doing it. Here are some links regarding fluoride and its harmful effects:

    http://fluoridedangers.blogspot.com/2006/01/fluoride-harmful.html

    http://www.consumerhealth.org/articles/display.cfm?ID=19990303222823

    http://www.globalhealingcenter.com/health-hazards-to-know-about/where-the-yellow-went

    http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2010/07/01/paul-connett-interview.aspx

    http://mistyhorizon2003.hubpages.com/hub/Why-is-Fluoride-Bad-for-You

  6. Negress

    Thanks for the important info, will pass it on to my peeps.

    Tyrone

  7. @ Jesus

    Good. If you can buy all natural and support the black businesses…great! I did hear that the Nazi’s gave the Polish, Russians and Gypsies poisonous foods but I didn’t know fluoride was one of them! I learn something new every day.

  8. Sure Miss Mary…

  9. I just watched the video. Thank you Prince again for the education.

  10. @ wilson

    I knew of hormones in milk and meat but not in water. Thanks for the tips.

  11. Isme

    “If you do not understand white supremacy and how it functions, everything else that you think you know will only serve to confuse you”—Neely Fuller

    This is real.

    But in the words of Dr. Umar Johnson and Dr. Afrika…

    “Please DO NOT believe anything I say. Please do your own research and determine for yourself what is truth.”

  12. Thanks Mickey again for being so great!

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  14. Sister,

    Thank you for this informative post!

    I’ve been boiling my tap water for several years, but boiling alone will not remove the fluoride because fluoride is a salt…

  15. Ynotme

    I boil water too. I guess a water filtration system is in order.

  16. “I boil water too. I guess a water filtration system is in order.”

    *****
    Truth:

    I believe REVERSE OSMOSIS filters can/might remove fluoride contamination, whereas conventional filters can’t. Research it..

  17. Reverse osmosis, yes, or you could distill the water (that is, boil the water and condense the steam).

    Or find bottled water that doesn’t have fluoride in it, though this would be more expensive.

  18. Yes it’s a pretty good video.

  19. @Isme

    Don’t bother looking for a white supremacist reason. Just look for a plain old bureaucratic morons reason. Not everything in life is an apocalyptic agenda. People can die or be harmed simply from the arrogance of some others. People can be harmed or die simply from the stupidity or shortsightedness of others. Have a look at the book of Proverbs in The Bible, there are vivid and sometimes amusing warnings about not being foolish and not spending time with fools i.e. stupid people. Have a look at things Buddha said, he repeatedly gave reminders not to spend time with the stupid and spoke of wisdom and intelligence as blessings. Yes, in Buddhism intelligence and wisdom are revered to the point of regarding them as blessings.

    States are shitty institutions (a municipality is a type of state). People in states or local government need to show the public that they are doing something for the public. “Oh look, we are so clever and benevolent. We will increase public health and make money (for the state and whoever is supplying the fluoride).

    Hmm, also there is a constant meme in North America about the need to reduce taxes because it’s always better to have a market solution. I didn’t think of it til now but it would have been easy to sell the fluoride program as the municipality being ever so progressive because it is finding a non tax source of revenue.

    Isme, in the fight for freedom and decency not everything is about racism. Even if 50% of the fight is race issues (not saying it is) that would still leave a slew of other things in the other 50%. The world will not make sense if you limit possible causes for effects that you see around you.

  20. I have been using a Neem based toothpaste for about three years now. I remember reading material claiming that one didn’t need fluoride at all for tooth protection. You needed to eat right, stay away from or seriously limit table sugar, and brush well.

    Psychologically it was hard to switch to a toothpaste with no fluoride after using one since childhood. It felt like maybe a trap door was being opened underneath one’s feet. I stuck with it though and I would never go back to using sheep/society sanctioned fluoride toothpaste.

    I haven’t read the whole scroll, so forgive me if I repeat someone: When you stop using fluoride, do increase your calcium intake (more broccoli for example). Your body will properly absorb calcium when you do some weight bearing exercises so do that too. Calcium that goes unabsorbed can sit around in the body literally hardening on organs – certainly, we don’t want that.

  21. oh! Neem is a kind of “miracle” plant grown in India. Research it, you’ll be surprised. 🙂

  22. @ SW6

    May I ask you a question? Can you please explain your comment:

    “Don’t bother looking for a white supremacist reason. Just look for a plain old bureaucratic morons reason. Not everything in life is an apocalyptic agenda. People can die or be harmed simply from the arrogance of some others. People can be harmed or die simply from the stupidity or shortsightedness of others. Have a look at the book of Proverbs in The Bible, there are vivid and sometimes amusing warnings about not being foolish and not spending time with fools i.e. stupid people. Have a look at things Buddha said, he repeatedly gave reminders not to spend time with the stupid and spoke of wisdom and intelligence as blessings. Yes, in Buddhism intelligence and wisdom are revered to the point of regarding them as blessings.”

  23. I use Neem toothpaste which I purchase from the Health food store. I use Castile(Dr. Bonner’s) soap; soaps from small vendors with all natural ingredients. I also use Tea Tree oil another natural disinfectant, it is good for cuts, acne other skin conditions etc, a sort of panacea if you will. I used it for a bad cut on my thumb and it minimized the scarring. No need for too many chemicals in your daily consumption if you can help it!

  24. @Truth

    Hmm, I was puzzled at first that you asked for a clarification. Then I read my first paragraph again. I can see how there might be a VERY OFFENSIVE ambiguity in what I said about stupid people. I think I’m crystal clear to Isme about not necessarily adopting a racism perspective to view the municipal fluoridation trend that began, I think, in the 70s. So, I won’t restate it.

    Let me be clearer where I think this ambiguity may be perceived:

    Truth, I am saying that the people working at the municipalities are stupid. Or, that the way the system is run or the decision process for undertaking and evaluating procedures, policies etc. is often not as thought out as it should be. I am saying these decision makers who are supposed to to be seriously concerned with public welfare often do things in a lazy or expedient way. I am collapsing all that information in a shorthand word, the word ‘stupid.’ It’s totally uncontroversial to level the criticism of stupidity at those who work in government machines. The government has a reputation of doing things stupidly.

    I was not saying your post is stupid, if that is what you were thinking. I like your blog (despite our sometimes different views). I enjoy reading what you have to say. And I enjoy just conversatin’ with you when it randomly happens (Marvin Gaye open thread?). I’m sincerely sorry about the ambiguity, I didn’t see it at first.

    Are we cool?

  25. didn’t mean to have all that bolding, glitchy, glitchy….

  26. @ SW6

    Sure. No problem, sis. Thanks for clarifying.

  27. sis?

  28. WOW! Great Post!! Again Queen. much love to the work you do.

  29. Reblogged this on Black Liberation LoveN Unity and commented:
    This is not a game

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