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Still talking about fluoridation in Ireland.

We were doing a lot of ‘agitating’ with Town and County Councils and were successful in persuading a lot of them to pass motions saying they disagree with water fluoridation.
I was probably responsible , with others, in having a motion passed in my town of Balbriggan.

Unfortunately the Town Councils were disbanded shortly after that, leaving just County Councils.
A couple of the people who had supported the Town Council motion were subsequently elected to the County Council,
though elected as ‘Independents’ very quickly joined up with one of the big political groups and lost all interest in fluoridation: cf the last comment in the clip below re Fingal County Council:

Fluoride Free Towns FYI…. Cork County Council, Cork City Council, Kerry County Council, Laois County Council, Dublin City Council, Wexford County Council, Leitrim County Council, Galway County Council, Cavan County Council, Monaghan County Council, Donegal County Council, Dublin South County Council, Waterford City Council and Waterford County Councils representing over half the Irish population all passed motions in 2014 & 2015 calling on the Government to immediately scrap The Health (fluoridation of water supplies) Act 1960 and bring Ireland’s position to this matter in line with EU precedent for which not one other European Government maintain a similar policy due to health, environmental, legal or ethical concerns as a result of ongoing scientific, medical or political objection. This outgoing Government as well as Fianna Fail do not give a hoot about democracy!!!
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· February 23, 2016 at 8:05pm


Noel Russell
Noel Russell Möney talks and shite walks…


Stephen Mccabe
Stephen Mccabe They are obviously getting well looked after by dumping someones industrial waste into our water supply.


Peter Cooling
Peter Cooling why do they pay for fluoridation chemicals when the cost of disposing them is so high, the companies who produce them would give them would give them for free?.


Gabrielle Perry
Gabrielle Perry What about Fingal Co Council bunch of Neanderthals