Raleigh North Carolina Violates State and Federal Drug Laws by Practicing Medicine without a LicenseSubmitted by csturmer on Wed, 02/06/2013 - 22:30
At the February 5, 2013 Raleigh City Council meeting a growing number of citizens expressed their deep concern about the decades-long practice of adding hydrofluorosilicic acid to the public drinking water. Among the evidence brought to the city council’s attention were new revelations about the city’s obligation to abide by current state and federal drug laws which they are currently violating by systematically introducing a medically intended product directly into the public drinking water.
According to [FD&C Act, sec. 201(g)(1)] the Food and Drug Administration defines a drug as:
“articles intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease”
“articles (other than food) intended to affect the structure or any function of the body of man or other animals”
Since the City of Raleigh’s official position on public water fluoridation is that it is introduced to the water supply to prevent dental cavities (source), they are admitting openly to adding a medically intended drug directly into the water supply -without medical license -without prescription – and therefore are in violation of their own state medical laws by practicing medicine without a license. The water department is not our doctor.
The truth of the matter is that fluoride is not an internal medicine but instead the industrial waste product resulting from the manufacture of phosphate fertilizer. This was articulated and demonstrated during the December 4th Raleigh City Council meeting with an attached certificate of analysis from the Key chemical company who provides said fluoride to the city’s treatment plants. See: BOMBSHELL – Raleigh City Council Sits Idle When Asked “Why are you Poisoning the People?”
The point is that there is no defense of adding fluoride to the water supply. None. Even if you agree that it is beneficial to drink citizens should be outraged at City’s bold policy of playing doctor through the public drinking water.
…And they are.