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Jonathan Benson
Natural News
June 22, 2012

A small Pennsylvania town that was in the process of ending its water fluoridation program appears to be reversing course, all because of a few local, and very vocal, residents that literally begged township supervisors to keep poisoning their water with toxic fluoride. According to the York Daily Record, a 4-1 vote by West Manheim Township supervisors to end water fluoridation has now been reversed, which means West Manheim Township could remain the only municipality in York Water Company’s entire service area that fluoridates its water supply.

Typically it is city officials or government mandates that are responsible for trying to force water fluoridation on the public, while local residents are usually the ones petitioning officials not to illegally mass medicate their community with fluoride drugs. But in West Manheim Township’s case, widespread local ignorance about fluoride’s toxicity appears to have created a situation where city officials are the ones fighting against a few loudmouthed fluoride fanatics who insist on poisoning everyone with the toxic waste byproduct.

Though the outcry convinced several township supervisors to rescind their votes, Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) still has the final say on whether or not to continue fluoridating West Manheim Township’s water supply. Area residents also have until June 19 to express comments of opposition to forced water fluoridation. If you or someone you know lives in the West Manheim Township area, they can send comments to:

Mr. Rod Nesmith
Director, Safe Drinking Water Program
DEP South Central Region
909 Elmerton Avenue
Harrisburg, Pa. 17110

West Manheim Township apparently populated by zombies, deniers

While millions of Americans are waking up to the truth about fluoride, and pushing to have this highly toxic chemical removed from their water supplies, West Manheim Township residents are largely demanding to be poisoned with it. Typifying what Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, recently wrote about the five dominant personalities you will likely encounter in America today, West Manheim Township appears to be dominated primarily by zombies and deniers (http://www.naturalnews.com/036159_zombies_sociopaths_deniers.html).

This is evident not only by the mere ten percent of local residents that wrote township officials to oppose fluoride — the other 90 percent expressed support for fluoride — but also by the numerous letters to the editor that were submitted to local newspapers in the area following the vote reversal, including this little gem submitted to PennLive.com (http://www.pennlive.com), and this one submitted to the York Daily Record (http://www.ydr.com).

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Fortunately, though, not everyone in West Manheim Township is completely brain damaged by the fluoridated water.

“Fluoride is a dangerous toxin,” wrote one West Manheim Township area resident, who was obviously outnumbered by the droves of mindless drones that demanded their water remain fluoridated, in an opposing letter to the editor. “If you need proof, simply read the back of your toothpaste tube. [Fluoride] is quickly absorbed through mucus membranes into the bloodstream and bio-accumulates in the cells. How much of this bombardment can your cells take?”

This article was posted: Friday, June 22, 2012 at 3:19 am





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