Where did I say fluoride is not toxic? I said several times that the toxicity of fluoride has been known for decades. And I pointed out to the section at NAS publication where they talk about neurotoxicity of fluoride. And I said that it makes for a scary readings because it's been shown to lower IQ at levels previously approved by the EPA, that is 4 mg/L.
Now please tell me how do you go from that into saying that I don't think fluoride is toxic? You are constructing such a massive straw man here that when I burn it the fires will be visible from the moon!
I come to help people free their minds and heal their bodies. Therefore I will continue to advise that everyone avoid fluoride at all costs.
If someone doesn't agree with this suggestion, then it is my right to consider them detrimentally indoctrinated into their corrupt systems of government, mentally incapable of processing the required information, or both.
If someone isn't capable of making coherent arguments without resorting to ad hominem attacks, then it is my right to consider them equal to quacks and severely deficient in logic and critical thinking skills.
Furthermore, I find it despicable when someone like you agrees with an important health issue, (the toxicity of fluoride) but decides to convolute the issue at the expense of other people's health.
And you just keeping piling on the straw to your man! How exactly am I convoluting the issue? By not considering EPA a criminal organization? By not thinking that everything the government does is pure evil? By making a statement that water fluoridation is more of a political than scientific issue? By trusting the scientific review by National Academy of Sciences over your emotionally-laden arguments?
I am also here to encourage free thinkers, who are often labeled as "conspiracy theorists" in the modern era.
My suggestion is that you begin by encouraging free thinking in yourself first. It's not free thinking to uncritically accept stuff that Mike Adams at NaturalNews and Alex Jones push. It's not free thinking to label everything the government does as bad and evil. That, my good sir, is dogmatism. Free thinking means looking at the evidence without bias or emotional involvement (as far as possible) and coming to conclusion based on that.
I made a perfectly reasonable and valid arguments at this discussion. But you deem it necessary to attack me because I don't agree with your fear-mongering position.
And people aren't labeled conspiracy theorists because they advocate ideas out of sync with mainstream. They are labeled conspiracy theorist because they resort to baseless fear-mongering.