Fluoridation History

Here is a bit of history that illustrates why we are feed hydrofluorosilcic acid in our water. Show this to those who ask why would the authorities slowly poison us!
“One of the main reasons for processing the raw phosphate rock for agricultural purposes is because of the fluoride content mainly in the form of fluorosilicates/silicon tetrafluoride.
Back in the early part of the 20th century when industrial farming was first starting-up, they did many experiments on cheap mineral supplements for animals to keep costs down and profits up.
Raw, powdered phosphate rock was the first choice because of the abundance and it was dirt-cheap. Bone meal was the second choice, but it was more expensive because it had needed cooking in ovens (calcining) at high temperatures before the animals could digest it properly.
When the animal nutrition researchers did the first experiments with the powdered phosphate rock, the animals started to get sick. The cow’s milk was drying-up, and there was a high rate of calf stillbirths.
It was really knocking the pigs health for a loop many of them became so sick, they just quit eating, quit breeding, and the researchers said they seemed to give up the will to live.
Well, as for the chickens, they just up and died after eating food supplemented with the raw phosphate rock.
They knew that fluorides were toxic and determined that it was the fluorides, but in later experiments, they found that it wasn’t just any type of fluoride, but the fluorosilicates* that were doing most of the damage. They used sodium fluoride (like what they use in toothpaste) and sodium fluorosilicate to compare the poisonous effects on the farm animals, and found that the sodium fluorosilicate was a much more effective poison. Another reason for processing the raw phosphate rock is that the fluoride content is also enough to be toxic to many agricultural crops the raw rock will actually inhibit the growth of crops. Some plants like gladiolas will just wilt will die when fertilized with raw phosphate rock because of the fluoride content.
* Also known as hydrofluorosilcic acid.
The outcome of those early studies strongly suggested that using raw phosphate rock as a cheap fertilizer or animal mineral supplement is not the way to go if you wanted to make a profit and have healthy plants and animals.”

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