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“To The Bridge I Say”
Individuals For Justice will be returning to the Hawthorne Bridge on February 22, 2013 to fight against adding toxic waste to our wonderful pure water by the 5 shi-s in the City Council. The vote will be in May and we must win this one for the sake of our children and senior citizens.
We spent two years fighting against drones and now they are being talked about by the MSM. We also fought to retire our wonderful and noble horses who were being used by the Po Po to hurt protesters. They are now being faded out and we are talking to the city council on how to retire the horses and not just sell them off.
We fought against the Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya wars and they are winding down, we hope.
We hate the camping ban, covering of our reservoirs, sit lie/lie and rejoining the JTTF.
So, will you join our little group of troublemakers to fight this stupid, dangerous, ill conceived idea of putting toxic waste in our drinking water? I will be there every Friday that I can to hold a sign against adding toxic waste to our drinking water. We may move around a little but our home will be the Hawthorne Bridge. Sometimes we may go early in the morning to greet people going to work, will let you know each Wednesday where we will be.
We will still try to attend the city council meetings with our shirts asking why they are so removed from the citizens.
It will be a time on the bridge and you can be sure Joe-Anybody will be videoing from time to time, we do laugh a lot but take this issue very seriously. Try to help if you can.
Location: Westside on 1st and Madison (or where announced on Wed)
Time: about 4:00 PM until we get tired, 5:30 PM
Only rule, be proud of what you say on your sign or use one of ours.
[copied from Face Book on 2/12/13]
In May 2007: A study of European public opinion on water fluoridation, published in the journal Community Dentistry & Oral Epidemiology, reports that the “vast majority of people opposed water fluoridation.” According to the study, Europeans opposed fluoridation for the following reasons:
“Many felt dental health was an issue to be dealt with at the level of the individual, rather than a solution to be imposed en masse. While people accepted that some children were not encouraged to brush their teeth, they proposed other solutions to addressing these needs rather than having a solution of unproved safety imposed on them by public health authorities whom they did not fully trust. They did not see why they should accept potential side effects in order that a minority may benefit. In particular, water was something that should be kept as pure as possible, even though it was recognized that it already contains many additives.” (See study summary)
November 2004: After months of consulation, Scotland - which is currently unfluoridated – rejected plans to add fluoride to the nation’s water.
April 9, 2003: The City Parliament of Basel, Switzerland voted 73 to 23 to stop Basel’s 41 year water fluoridation program. Basel was the only city in Switzerland to fluoridate its water, and the only city in continental western Europe, outside of a few areas in Spain.
-Lone Vet 2/12/14 - originally posted on FaceBook
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