Saturday, September 24, 2011
Government Ready To Enforce Fluoridation
The Social Care and Health Bill before Parliament is proposing to grant the Secretary Of State for Health powers to decide who gets Fluoride in their water, with no right of appeal. As local councils have been rejecting fluoridation, the assumption of such powers by government suggests they will be used to force fluoridation on an unwilling populace.
My campaign to stop this is called 'the safe water campaign',
Here is the latest front page of the leaflet and poster, ready for the passage of the Bill.
If anyone wants to join in the campaign against the government's moves to forcibly fluoridate Britain, let me know.
Here is the current back page of the leaflet (put any name you like in the box).
I heard UKIP's NEC were interested in running this campaign.
Now is the moment.
EMAIL from Gillian -
Every time I try to click onto the safewater site, it comes up with, this page does not exist?
Thanks, Gillian. We are curious at the apparently tiny site traffic. Even when we are accessing the site ourselves successfully, the counters give nil traffic. I imagined that there might be a reason for the general lack of response!