30 Jul 2009

Daily Echo letter

MPs must make a stand on fluoride
UNELECTED members of the Central Health Authority intend to go ahead with poisoning our water supply with their chemical fluoride. Even if a referendum should prove once and for all that the majority of Southampton citizens vote against it.
The Echo, which supports the public call for a referendum, quotes the statement by their manager, Keith McNamara, as sheer arrogance. I'm sure the citizens will agree with the Echo entirely. McNamara and the rest of this bunch of quan-goes should be kicked out of their unelected office, for showing complete disregard for the wishes of the majority There is no room in this country for dictators. A referendum has been called for and must now take place, the democracy of our country and the very fabric of our British way of life is now being challenged. I call on our two MPs, John Denham and Alan Whitehead, to stand up and be counted, to stop sitting on the fence and to support the wishes of their voters.
To ignore them would be sheer folly. I for one will not pay water rates with this chemical added. Wake up before it's too late.
A WILLOTT, Lordswood, Southampton.

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