I remember thinking , great, some good debate.
For the last two years, since Alex Jones of Infowars brought out the awareness campaign of “Poison in the Tap Water”, I also jumped on the bandwagon, and wrote my article in support, and linked youtube videos of Christopher Bryson interviewed on his book, “The Fluoride Deception”. The narrator of the interview was none other than Dr. Paul Connett, a speaker supporting removal of fluoride who has been active in the movement for several years.
Strange, the article in the Hamilton Spec mentioned many from the pro-fluoride side, but didn’t mention the main opposition, Dr. Connett. Yikes! Could we have our own little Hamilton Fluoride deception geared to paint the “experts” that we have been conditioned to accept as the ones in the know, at the expense of the experts they would sooner not have you hear about?
According to Alan Watt (Cutting ThroughTheMatrix.com), in interview with Alex Jones a couple years ago on the subject of fluoride, he mentioned that media has conditioned the masses to accept people with official titles as the ones that should be viewed as the only authority, and this keeps the public following like sheeple.
So, upon further reflection of the April 17th article in the Spec, and the one online, you will not see mention of Dr. Connett anywhere. However, the poll attached to the article reports that 73% of people think that fluoride is detrimental to health, and accounts for autism.
Thankfully, we can get a better, truer picture that supports these poll results from a video shot from Terry Wilson of CanadianAwareness.org. I learned of Mr. Wilson from Dan Dicks’ daily video report on PressForTruth.TV.
Here is a portion of what went on at City Hall that day: