ONE FOR THE HALL OF SHAME: DEL RIO, TEXAS Pt. I

On October 24, 2006, a travesty took place in Del Rio, Texas

15 thoughts on “ONE FOR THE HALL OF SHAME: DEL RIO, TEXAS Pt. I”

  1. This is an excellent report of what occurred in Del Rio. Thank you for obtaining the video and sharing it with us in such a well-written manner.

    Unfortunately, this is transpiring in many little towns and big cities across America. But many confident legislators and voters who actually read both sides of the issue, and who trust their own judgment, are rejecting fluoridation and rejecting organized dentistry’s emotional presentations because there is no evidence to support fluoridation – and there never was.

    For example, 53 cities turned down fluoridation in referenda on Nov 4 2008.

  2. It is certainly so much like happens everywhere with public health when they are at risk of losing their pride and joy. Could they really believe the BS or the methods they use? Even they are bright enough to know they must distort the facts and steamroll the questions as they fall flat when the answers are based on science. This is about political power and dentists wanting to be as far from treating poor kids as possible. They would rather damage them with ZERO benefit then risk actually treating them. Fluoridation is the smokescreen to hide the ugly truth money is the goal and treating the poor is dreaded by most. They show contempt in so many ways with their actions and glib deceptions designed to roll over good honest people trying to have a discussion based on science and facts.
    See http://www.nidellaw.com for damaged people to register history of fluoride exposures and pictures of the damage for future litigation. This harm was done with malice for the rights of those deceived. Informed consent is a legal right. Commissioners usually want this debate over without a debate. The money and power is with the dentists and health department to hammer those that object. If cities see lawsuits they might develop spines and do the right thing. They knew they were steamrolled but did what they thought was politically needed anyway.

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