The State of
Artificial Fluoridation Queensland
State Government debated 20 April 2005, a Private
Memberıs Bill, presented by a Surfers Paradise
The dentist's Bill
was for a Mandatory Act for compulsory fluoridation
The debate on this
serious matter was far from the necessary scientific
standard that one expected.
The result of the
Queensland Parliamentary debate 20 April 2005 was 71
against, 6 for.
Parliament concluded that fluoridation in Queensland
would be by the decision of local Councils but only
after consultation with their particular community.
The "rider" in that
conclusion opens the door of Democracy but only when
the meaning is honestly considered.
Consultation has a
very broad meaning, including the right of a binding
public Poll or Referendum on such a matter.
New South Wales
Queensland Governmentıs political fluoridation
conclusion with the NSW Government which has a
despotic hidden method of forcing fluoridation
through local Councils.
If a NSW Council,
"representing" the community that voted them into
their responsible positions of trust and for any
reason writes to the NSW Health Department
requesting "expert" qualification on matters
relative to Artificial Fluoridation, that Council
automatically presents the NSW Health Department
with full control and responsibility over the
Council to force fluoridation into that community
and that actually happens. A $1,000 per day fine can
result if Council stops fluoridation. (The
Australian Fluoridation News; Vol 25, No 4,
July-Aug. 1989; Vol. 32, No. 1, Jan.-Feb. 1996; Vol
33, No. 2, March-April 1997.)
Very few Council
members were aware of this "hidden" entry in the
Government's Statute Book and fell for the handing
over of their community's democratic right just by a
naive stroke of a pen in Council official papers.
work for the Fluoride Spin Doctors
That "hidden" Law
is a piece of fluoridation gimmickry that followed a
particular NSW politician some years ago telling NSW
people that fluoridation will stop dental decay by
90 percent, misinformation in the extreme!
pitch by fluoridation Spin Doctors is world-wide
beginning to scientifically crumble into medical
The Irish Times,
April 2005, announced urgent attention by the
Government to reduce the fluoride contents in their
drinking water supplies by 25%.
The reasons have
become so obvious by fluoride damage to children's
teeth and the official statement is that this will
be brought forward this summer.