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garrett 9 months ago on City to keep flouride in water after hearing

Check out the The Milgram Experiment and you will understand why I keep referring to this dentist as a white coat. If you have never heard of this experiment I highly suggest clicking on the link. It doesn't have anything to do with water fluoridation and could have everything to do with water fluoridation. See for yourself.

http://www.simplypsychology.org/milgram.html

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garrett 9 months ago on City to keep flouride in water after hearing

This dentist is hilarious!! My sides are starting to hurt from laughing so hard at his comments. Ok, he clames that the CDC and ADA have done research, these are the currupt organizations that are paying off everyone to promote water fluoridation. Just look into what I have posted and yes look into what this dentist has posted. At least Im telling you to research things on your own and make an educated decision for yourself. He's trying to use mind control and name drop like that matters. The truth is the only thing that matters. Your research is the only thing that matters. Trust in yourself and only seek the truth.

Garrett Wallen, 8 year resident of The Dalles OR, 11 year Army Veteran DISABLED, Graduate of CGCC, local Wind Turbine Technician, Son, Husband, and FATHER to KAIN who is my motivation in becoming active in stopping fluoridation and becoming more educated in the harmful effects of Water Fluridation.

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garrett 9 months ago on City to keep flouride in water after hearing

Yes, yes, great dentist of little facts limited knowlege. You would think that a degree in dental surgery would mean that you know what your talking about. Every time you post something you look bad. No real arguments or conclusive facts except lies from the organizations that probably pay you to post misleading information to our small town news paper. You must have no life or you are getting paid alot to watch this fluoride debate and comment so much. The big water fluoridation hoax is almost over and your input is boring us. I'm actually embarrassed for you. They must be giving dentists degrees away nowadays. The American people are waking up to your lies and the ADAs lies. It's only a matter of time before you yourself will be changing your protest sign to STOP WATER FLUORIDATION especaly if you want to keep your practice going. You are done sir and its time to move on.

Garrett Wallen, resident of The Dalles OR

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garrett 9 months ago on Letter to the Editor: Fluoride debate

If everyone wants to believe a Dentist then look into Dr David Kennedy DDS. Dr. Kennedy, Past President of International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, a nationally and internationally recognized lecturer on toxicology and restorative dentistry as well as a practicing Dentist for 20 years, explains why fluoride has been scientificially proven to be harmful. http://www.nofluoride.com/kennedy_letter.htm

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garrett 9 months ago on Letter to the Editor: Fluoride debate

The dentist commenting here isn't even from The Dalles OR. He doesn't have to drink the toxic DRUG fluoride that is being put in YOUR drinking water.

Slott Steven D Dr Dentist is a dentist at 835 Heather Road, Burlington, NC 27215 http://www.insiderpages.com/doctors/Steven-D-Slott-DDS-Burlington

FDA/FLUORIDE FILES http://www.fluoridealert.org/researchers/fda/

Garrett Wallen, resident of The Dalles OR

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garrett 9 months ago on Fluoridation, streets face city

Oregon Dental Association has a bigger agenda than just keeping fluoride in The Dalles water supply. They want to mass medicate the whole state at OPTIMUM fluoride levels. Optimum means the greatest degree or best result obtained or obtainable under specific conditions. Optimum levels could mean even higher dosing than what they already do with a DRUG that is harming our health. Please don't let them mislead you into believing that the "poor"children need water fluoridation to prevent cavities. I've read paper after paper from health officials talking about the percentages of children with cavities. I want the proof that the percentages of tooth decay are not related to poor dental hygiene and poor diet. Why should I be fluoridated because parents don't feed their children healthy food and brush their teeth. Has anyone ever thought of that? Child obesity in this country is ridiculous. Wouldn't poor nutrition contribute to poor teeth and gums? I'm going to say yes! This is only my opinion but I'm sure if you looked at any study done on obesity in the US you will see an increase in every town. I'm pretty sure after kids choke down a couple fast food burgers, fries, ice cream and coke they are not rushing to brush their teeth afterwards. Again that's my opinion. This is just something to think about when the white coat wearing dentists and MDs talk about percentages concerning cavities and tooth decay.

http://www.odha.org/new/documents/ThecaseforStatewideFluoridationinOregon.pdf

http://www.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=11571&page=1

http://www.fluoridealert.org/uploads/fda-2000a.pdf

http://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/obesity/facts.htm

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/34704.php

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garrett 9 months ago on Letter to the Editor: Fluoride debate

Oregon Dental Association has a bigger agenda than just keeping fluoride in The Dalles water supply. They want to mass medicate the whole state at OPTIMUM fluoride levels. Optimum means the greatest degree or best result obtained or obtainable under specific conditions. Optimum levels could mean even higher dosing than what they already do with a DRUG that is harming our health. Please don't let them mislead you into believing that the "poor"children need water fluoridation to prevent cavities. I've read paper after paper from health officials talking about the percentages of children with cavities. I want the proof that the percentages of tooth decay are not related to poor dental hygiene and poor diet. Why should I be fluoridated because parents don't feed their children healthy food and brush their teeth? Has anyone ever thought of that? Child obesity in this country is ridiculous. Wouldn't poor nutrition contribute to poor teeth and gums? I'm going to say yes! This is only my opinion but I'm sure if you looked at any study done on obesity in the US you will see an increase in every town. I'm pretty sure after kids choke down a couple fast food burgers, fries, ice cream and coke they are not rushing to brush their teeth afterwards. Again that's my opinion. This is just something to think about when the white coat wearing dentists and MDs talk about percentages concerning cavities and tooth decay.

http://www.odha.org/new/documents/ThecaseforStatewideFluoridationinOregon.pdf

http://www.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=11571&page=1

http://www.fluoridealert.org/uploads/fda-2000a.pdf

http://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/obesity/facts.htm

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/34704.php

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