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In response to the building momentum behind the Durham/Raleigh/Chapel Hill anti-fluoride movement, InfoWars Nightly News recently interviewed Marcus Hill and Katie Habberman on their efforts to protest the mass poisoning of citizens via community water fluoridation.  Using new facebookesque patriot-targeted social media technology known as Planet InfoWars, the duo created Greater Raleigh Resistance, a group dedicated to resisting all manner of tyranny here in the RDU area.

What followed was a series of visits to the Raleigh City Council in addition to pivotal connections with the Durham effort of which I and this website are an integral part.  With combined enthusiasm and increased numbers, we brought our collective voice back to Raleigh City Council, which resulted in a stunning face off between a council resigned to corruption and the cold hard facts about their dubious fluoridation claims.  Watch Marcus and Katie below discuss how they leveraged Planet InfoWars to truly make a difference in our area.

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PCS Phosphate Certificate of Analysis For Fluoride added to Raleigh’s Water Supplies

In the highly anticipated December 4th Raleigh City Council meeting a cadre of patriots brought forth stunning revelations about the council’s ignorance of their own policies, denial of peer reviewed scientifically factual research, and overall breathtaking silence as lies and deceptions were uncovered in mere minutes.

As per the official agenda, the night was supposed to begin with the re-airing of this 8 minute piece produced by WTVD news on water fluoridation.  The citizens involved had pre-arranged with the City Clerk to project this piece in lieu of speaking to the council, effectively using all of the allotted 3 minutes/person in combination to ensure the council members watched the clip in its entirety.

As you will see below the council fearfully denied our request to air the video simply because they do not want to “set precedent” for citizens using their allotted speaking time in combination with others.    I guess they don’t have time in their busy schedules to hear the citizen’s concerns.

All this despite the fact that the time allotted was more than it would have taken to play the clip.

Undeterred by the Council’s cowardice, Katie Habberman and Marcus Hill posed some pointed questions to the Council regarding the city-supplied certificate of analysis which shows the specific addition of multiple compounds, all toxic, under the umbrella term “Fluoride.”  Their answer, as you will find below, was deafening silence from a squirming city council resigned to their own corruption and misdirected policies.

This silence was broken only by Councilman John Odom who defended fluoridation by saying:

“I drink the water the city of Raleigh puts out, and I think it’s the best in the country.  I’ve supported it the 14 years I’ve been on this council and I certainly have no fear of making that statement.”

By Marcus Hill

http://planet.infowars.com/groups/greater-raleigh-resistance/

The first Tuesday of November (11-6-2012) found Katie Haberman, Marcus Hill, and Rocco Piserchia standing against the mass poisoning of the citizens of our capital city, Raleigh, North Carolina. Serving over 400,000 people, Raleigh’s Municipal Water Service mixes just the right cocktail of hexafluorosilicic acid, lead, arsenic, and other nasties into the drinking water in violation of common sense, civil and natural rights, and as a direct attack on the health of the citizens of what the Raleigh City Council touts as a 21st Century City. Something is horribly wrong with this Council’s agenda.

Katie Haberman, once again, presented to the Council the Certificate of Analysis for the “fluoride” sold by PCS Phosphate Company, Inc. to Key Chemical, Inc. Ms. Haberman insisted that the Council answer vital questions as to dosage, safety, and informed consent. Those questions were first ignored on October 2, 2012 and Mayor Nancy McFarlane ignored and disallowed Ms. Haberman from evening finishing her questions this past Fluoride Fightin’ Tuesday. Raleigh City Council’s silence on these questions speaks volumes. Our voices must be heard. Make your’s heard here: citycouncilors@raleighnc.gov

The PlanetInfowars group, Greater Raleigh Resistance, and the campaign to end fluoridation benefited greatly from the exposure Infowars.com provided via publication of the first installment of our saga. It was that exposure that led to an alliance with Rocco Piserchia of www.founderstruth.org Mr. Piserchia was met with the blank faces of our City Council when he respectfully asked for Raleigh to stand against indefinite detention, the unconstitutional provisions of the Patriot Act, and to end the practice of introducing known neurotoxins into the water supply.

Election Eve in Raleigh found the Raleigh City Government faced with the opportunity to end a civil rights catastrophe that has been going on here for 56 years. A travesty that started years before the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act were penned. It is that ongoing catastrophe that I hoped to shed some light on when I read numerous quotes from prominent civil rights activists regarding the disproportionate harm fluoridation causes Blacks and Latinos. Civil rights, much like natural rights, are not even given the slightest consideration by our Raleigh City Council.

It is clear why. They can’t hear us.

Be Prepared. Be Heard. Be the Resistance. Be Victory!

Join the Fluoride Fight!

Durham County is holding a hearing for citizens to air concerns about all matters having to do with the “Public Health.”  Here is the official public release.

Click Here to Join the Facebook Event

Thursday, September 13 at 5:00pm in EDT at 414 E. Main Street, Durham, NC 27701

Since December 2011, I have been trying to convince the city council and members of the health department that Fluoride is a dangerous chemical, NOT a dental health benefit we should be thanking them for.  The movement has been slowly gaining steam all year and now we are reaching critical mass!

Tomorrow I will be attending the hearing to present evidence that Fluoride should be stopped IMMEDIATELY and I am happy to report that I will be joined by WTVD Channel 11 and their camera crew.  They will be there to capture footage specifically for a fall report on this very issue! So if you can, please join us to express your concern and demand a change in policy!

In addition to the announcement, I have included two clips from my past visits to the city council where NC Department of Health and Human Service’s own Kevin Buckholtz was brought forward to defend fluoridation of our public drinking water.   In his rebuttal, he actually admitted that

  1. Hydrofluosilicic acid can leach lead from piping systems and enter the bloodstream of those who drink the water – causing behavioral issues, learning disabilities, and negatively affecting IQ
  2. His own 11 year old daughter has mild dental fluorosis, the negative side effect to fluoridating our drinking water.

Even those who are supposed to be looking out for our best interest admit the negative side effects of Fluoridation – incredible!

Contact Kevin Buckholtz and the City Council:

Kevin Buchholtz, DDS
West Region Supervisor
Phone:  (336) 294-4591
Email: Kevin.Buchholtz@dhhs.nc.gov

SIGN THE PETITION TO END FLUORIDATION IN THE CITY OF DURHAM

Getting involved can be challenging if you’re new.

Sometime it’s just hard figuring out where to start.  That’s why we’ve created an easy way for you to “Spread the Message” about Fluoride in our drinking water.  Thanks to some creative volunteers we were able to come together and create this:

Below you will find a PDF which can be printed DOUBLE SIDED on standard 8.5X11 printer paper.  You could do card stock, or stickers, or whatever else you want – but the idea is to have 2 X flyers per/ sheet of paper.  You will need to print all one side, then flip, reload in the printer, and print the back side.  Then, cut the flyers down the middle – and hand to your neighbors!

DurhamAgainstFluoride Flyer

This was designed to be printed in black and white so it can be as economic as possible.