The original purpose of fluoridation, based on my extensive research:
Fluoridation was initially invented for two major reasons hidden behind national security and prevention of tooth decay:
1. to hide the fact that workers in industries being poisoned and dying from exposure to this industrial toxic waste, thereby lowering the likelihood of lawsuits that were chipping away at corporate profits;
2. to turn the expensive disposal cost of this industrial toxic waste into a profit.
Please read investigative reporter Christopher Bryson’s brilliant expose of fluoridation’s origins in his book “The Fluoride Deception” in which he poured 10 years of research to produce.
Before water fluoridation was actually started, a group of greedy industrialists were concerned about disposal of their industrial toxic waste fluoride:
1. in an economical or profitable way, and,
2. to prevent any further lawsuits from chipping away at corporate profits.
The initial toxic chemical of concern was sodium fluoride, the waste from metals (steel & Aluminium) production and Uranium nuclear enrichment industry, which was poisoning all life within, and downwind from, the production plants.
This led to the second reason behind the push for fluoridation. They needed a way to cover up the disposal of their toxic waste.
They found it in the pretense of making it appear to be good in the prevention of tooth decay.
Somehow, they managed to turn waste disposal into a profit and disenfranchise lawsuits against damage from that same toxic waste.
Their answer was tap water (municipal water supply) fluoridation to prevent tooth decay, falsely demonstrated by fraudulent science.
Once we were all well baited on sodium fluoride (NaF), and it became more and more expensive and more difficult to obtain, there was a switch to more toxic, cheaper, fluoride chemicals, fluorosilicates: hexafluorosilicic (hydrofluorosilicic) acid (H2SiF6) or its salt sodium hexafluorosilicate (Na2SiF6). This is called a bait and switch tactic.
We can see how well it has become akin to a religious belief when you listen to the passion with which its promoters speak about it without providing any facts or science, how they even create fictitious and elaborate rationalizations for their belief in water fluoridation being good not just for teeth but also for health in general and for all ages…
The sheer stupidity of it all has become almost laughable if it wasn’t so serious.