- 05 Mar 14
Ireland is now being recognised as a top player in the global stop-fluoridation movement
Last week, Bantry in West Cork became Ireland’s first Fluoride Free Town. Six businesses there are now officially ‘Fluoride- Free’, having installed reverse osmosis filters in order to provide their customers with fluoride-free food and beverages.
The move will soon be followed in other West Cork towns – and beyond. That the Irish business community is taking the market demand for fluoride-free water seriously is a measure of the enormous success of the Girl Against Fluoride, and other stop-fluoridation campaigns in Ireland. In Dublin, meanwhile, the vegetarian restaurant Cornucopia in Wicklow Street, is also fluoride-free – offering a guarantee against fluoride poisoning to customers.
An ever-growing number of citizens, councils and organisations have been demanding an end to the 50-year policy of mandatory mass-medication of the Irish population. It is clear that a tipping-point is being approached. We are on the cusp of mass awareness of the harm that is being inflicted – on people and on the environment – by the Irish State’s obstinate clinging to this reckless public ‘ill-health’ policy.
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