8 Apr 2011

Daily Echo Letter

We're right to fight enforced dosing
I'M glad to read in the Echo the legal fight against fluoridating Southampton will continue.
Fluoridation is a breach of the law, as it's illegal under the 1861 Offences Against the Person Act to administer poisonous or noxious substances to anyone - and fluoride is very toxic. Just one teaspoonful of fluoride would kill a grown man!
Section 58 of the Water Act of 2003 violates our fundamental human right to refuse medication. The use of fluorosilicic acid to mass-medicate the public violates the code of medical ethics set out in the Council of Europe's Convention on Human Rights & Biomedicine. This states that all medical interventions must be carried out under proper medical supervision and in accordance with the patient's needs and fully informed wishes.
Ironically, all sorts of people now have unbelievable human rights and teachers are not allowed to put sun cream on their pupils. But our human right to say no to enforced dosing with a polluting chemical is ignored.
A WILLS. Ruislip, Middlesex.

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