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Published on Dec 11, 2012
The first Tuesday of November (11-6-2012) found Katie Haberman, Marcus Hill, and Rocco Piserchia standing against the mass poisoning of the citizens of our capital city, Raleigh, North Carolina. Serving over 400,000 people, Raleigh's Municipal Water Service mixes just the right cocktail of hexafluorosilicic acid, lead, arsenic, and other nasties into the drinking water in violation of common sense, civil and natural rights, and as a direct attack on the health of the citizens of what the Raleigh City Council touts as a 21st Century City. Something is horribly wrong with this Council's agenda.
Katie Haberman, once again, presented to the Council the Certificate of Analysis for the "fluoride" sold by PCS Phosphate Company, Inc. to Key Chemical, Inc. Ms. Haberman insisted that the Council answer vital questions as to dosage, safety, and informed consent. Those questions were first ignored on October 2, 2012 and Mayor Nancy McFarlane ignored and disallowed Ms. Haberman from evening finishing her questions this past Fluoride Fightin' Tuesday. Raleigh City Council's silence on these questions speaks volumes. Our voices must be heard. Make your's heard here: firstname.lastname@example.org
The PlanetInfowars group, Greater Raleigh Resistance, and the campaign to end fluoridation benefited greatly from the exposure Infowars.com provided via publication of the first installment of our saga. It was that exposure that led to an alliance with Rocco Piserchia of www.founderstruth.org Mr. Piserchia was met with the blank faces of our City Council when he respectfully asked for Raleigh to stand against indefinite detention, the unconstitutional provisions of the Patriot Act, and to end the practice of introducing known neurotoxins into the water supply. http://www.founderstruth.org/Home/tab...
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