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Minister Martin recently misled the
Dail in responding to a question from John Gormley T.D. On 21/3/2000, the
Minister of Health was asked if, “chromium is present in hydrofluoslicic acid,
the fluoridating agent imported from Holland used to facilitate fluoridation of
drinking water?” Minister Martin replied that the acid fluoride “does not
Fluoride Free Water has now acquired
a full Chemical
analysis of the acid fluoride,
pumped into our drinking water at the rate of 2000 gallons daily. This analysis
confirms our greatest fears, chromium is present and at similar levels as the
arsenic also present. Minister Martin has misled the Dail and the Irish people.
This is misinformation at best or possibly fraudulent if Minister Martin is
aware of the contaminants of this hazardous product of the fertiliser industry.
It is a toxic cocktail! The chemical
analysis also gives levels of nickel, sulphur, lead and aluminium. Please see
enclosed analysis. According to the Irish Medicines Board, this hydrofluosilicic
acid has never been proven safe or effective and not surprisingly is
unregistered, unlicensed and not considered a medicine. So, what is it and why
is it untested? Why are we drinking unmeasured, uncontrolled levels of this
toxic cocktail without the freedom to make an informed choice?
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for written Answer on 21/3/2000:
Dept: Health and Children Minister answering: Minister Martin (Cork South-Central).
Nos: 7610/00 Written.
ask the Minister for Health and Children if chromium is present in
hydrofluosilicic acid, the fluoridating agent imported from Holland used to
facilitate fluoridation of drinking water; and if he will make a statement on
John Gormley T.D.
The fluoridating agent used to facilitate fluoridation of drinking water does not contain chromium.