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Monday, 9 July 2012
OF THE POISON THAT THE UK GOVT ARE PUTTING INTO WATER (THE WATER ACT
2003) and CORRUPT ST ALBANS MP ANNE MAIN EXPOSED- Part 1
Hello everyone! I wrote to my
MP, Anne Main, Tory MP, St Albans; something that I don't normally
bother with for obvious reasons. Reasons well and truly confirmed by
her response below.
I wrote regarding an issue which
is in effect in parts of the country at large all ready, but could
quickly become a local issue for all. Namely the chemical hazards,
hexafluorosilicic acid and disodium hexafluorosilicate, which are
named in The Water Act 2003, (see below) as the flourine compounds to
be added to drinking water. These compounds, I am told, are
by-products of the aluminium industry. This I haven't verified but I
sent Anne the WHO (World Health Org) NIOSH (The National Institute
for Occupational Safety and Health) chemical hazard sheet on these
which contains the following very shocking information and
ALL CASES CONSULT A DOCTOR'
PLENTY OF WATER TO DRINK' (I
suppose the PTB enjoy irony, gives em a laugh while we are clutching
our throats, stomachs, bowels)
SOLUTION IS A STRONG ACID IN WATER'
GLASS AND STONEWARE'
MANY METALS FORMING FLAMMABLE, EXPLOSIVE GASES'
OFF TOXIC FUMES INCLUDING HYDROGEN FLUORIDE AND SILICON TETRA
Is this safe to have anywhere in
Burning sensation. Cough. Laboured breathing. Shortness of breath.
Symptoms may be delayed (see Notes). TREATMENT: Fresh air, rest.
Half-upright position. Refer for medical attention.
sensation. Abdominal cramps. Vomiting. Shock or collapse.
TREATMENT: Rinse mouth. Do NOT induce vomiting. Give plenty of
water to drink. Refer for medical attention.
Pain. Severe deep burns. TREATMENT: First rinse with plenty of
water for several minutes (remove contact lenses if easily possible),
then take to a doctor.
Pain. Skin burns. TREATMENT: Remove contaminated clothes. Rinse
skin with plenty of water or shower. Immediately refer for medical
Water Act 2003, Section 58 87C page
4 and 5 of the fluoridation section, says,
Where pursuant to any such arrangements, the fluoride content of any
water is increased, the increase may be effected only by the additon
of one or more of the following compounds of fluorine-
to which fluoride has been added ....... may be supplied ....to
premises in any other area (whether or not that other area is the
subject of arrangements under 87(1) above' and
applies if .....the undertaker.... considers that it is necessary..'
for the purposes of dealing with a serious deficiency in supply!
in connection with carrying out of any works (cleaning, maintenance)'
any old reason and 'serious
deficiency in supply' means an existing or threatened serious
deficiency in supply ..... (whether in QUANTITY or QUALITY)' so
any old reason, again 'caused
by an EXCEPTIONAL LACK OF RAIN or by any ACCIDENT or UNFORESEEN
So what this means- any area can have this fluoride added to water
without the knowledge or consultation of the people!!!
is Anne Main, my representative's response.... dateded
29th May 2012, unbelievable, her words....
am afraid that I do not accept fluoridated water when ingested can be
considered highly toxic poison and shall not be pursuing this issue
further. As I am sure you are aware. the World Health Organisation
suggests a guideline amount of fluoride in drinking water, and at
these levels theyhave
positive health effects....really???...I
therefore do not intend to take any further action on this matter,
however if you have serious concerns blah blah blah...blah
YOU SHOULD BE, allowing the people to be treated such- SERIOUS
CONCERNS??? Not half...We will also publish the whole dismissive
missive from Anne Main which includes her dismissal that disabled
people are not having problems with traffic wardens. Peace and Love,
Mirthful Merryweather x