Letter to the Editor
The Hastings Safe
43 Willow Crescent
PORT MACQUARIE NSW
We would be very
interested to know when the Federal, State and Local
Government bodies will remove any water filtering
machine they may now use for drinking water, and
discourage their employees from drinking bottled
water whilst at work. As they fully support Water
Fluoridation they too can partake liberally of as
much Sodium Silicic Fluoride as they want, decided
only on their level of thirst.
We ask the three tiers
of Government to cease using bottled water or water
filters or filtered water anywhere in any of their
buildings or anywhere in any of their offices. We
expect the same from all Government offices right
across Australia. We would be more than happy to
arrange collection of the Water Filters and left
over bottled water.
We would then pass the
filters and bottled water on to those with chronic
illnesses especially Kidney disorders, who will be
able to use them to filter out the fluoride so they
don't suffer any side effects at least while they
are at home.
As no one from the
Australian Medical Association nor anyone from the
Australian Dental Association has publicly expressed
concern at the addition of an industrial grade
poison to our drinking water we expect that in good
faith all Medical and Dental surgeries follow suit,
get rid of all their filters and bottled water for
collection and distribution to those who value their
health but cannot afford expensive water filters or
We expect all doctors
and dentists to show good faith and remove any water
filtering devices from their homes, as they should
want their families to be able to drink as much
Fluoride as they can, all based on the level of
their thirst, not the size of their bodies or state
of their health. A very scientific view from our men
and women of "science".
As no one from the
Federal, State and Local Health Departments has any
objection to Fluoridation, and seeks to impose it on
the population, we expect them to ensure that all
those who want water filters, or bottled water,
where Fluoride is in the water or when Fluoridation
is introduced, have free access to clean reliable
'Not to do so is to
force "civil conscription" on the population and is
We expect assurance
from the three tiers of government that they will
enact the above, so as not to be hypocritical.
What a strange title!
People never consider
any relationship between their car and their teeth.
There is an
interesting and important answer to dental decay,
good teeth and your motor car. Would you seriously
or ignorantly add kerosene to your fuel tank instead
of petrol and expect excellent results?
Think about your car's
performance which depends on proper fuel and indeed
the makers specifications relative to not only
performance but the actual life of the engine.
So fuel (food) is of
paramount importance, but other factors govern
Regular service of
engine parts and their programmed use, harmonising
with all other functions of the car (body) is
necessary for long-term trouble-free efficiency.
all agree with car manufacturers that without care
and service their automobiles will depreciate
accordingly. Just think of the great improvement in
a car's performance after the spark-plugs are
One most important
factor in a car's efficiency is the manufacturer's
Owner's Manual that warns owners about the great
importance of regulating the amount of fuel
(fluoride dose) that is injected into the engine.
This must be controlled.
Most car manufacturers
suggest owners should use pure water in radiators
and batteries, indeed some warnings name fluoridated
water responsible for corrosive damage.
Pride alone seems to
result in owners wanting their cars to always look
clean and bright. This condition is gained by
regular cleaning, using car polish and quickly
repairing dents, chips and scratches which cause
corrosion that "eats" into the car body.
The conclusion is that
your body, your teeth and your car have similar
properties relative to good care.
Dr. Philip Sutton,
D.D.Sc. (Melb.) L.D.S., F.R.A.C.D.S., formerly
Academic Associate and Senior Research Fellow,
Department of Oral Medicine and Surgery, Dental
School, University of Melbourne stated:
"Bad teeth are
the result of bad dental service."
The moral of this
article follows Sutton's statement which is so often
abandoned for children's teeth and the child dental
care substituted for boundless care of a motor car,
even though the data of each is actually identical.
If collectively adopted, there would not be bad
Quality of food (fuel,
fluoride), amount of food (fuel, fluoride), quality
of water, regular care and, if necessary, proper
dental service but the service will diminish as
proper overall care is adopted especially without
mythical supplements such as fluorides.
THINK ON THESE
THINGS. (Philippians 4:8)