World Renowned Environmentalist and Consumer Advocate speaks out for Clean Water



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Erin Brockovich


See the latest legal document prepared by Erin Brockovich to the National Governors Association on 27th April 2016.


Rolling Stone Magazine 1st February 2016 Erin Brockovich Sounded the Alarm on Flint a Year Ago — Why Didn’t Anyone Listen?


Erin Brockovich discussing her opposition to fluoridation on Dr. Oz show.

Erin Brockovich Discussing Her Opposition to FLUORIDE on Dr. Oz Show ~ Air Date February 1, 2016


The true story of Erin Brockovich, portrayed by Julia Roberts, who fought against the energy corporation Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E).





Julia Roberts


Brockovich’s work in bringing litigation against Pacific Gas and Electric is the focus of the 2000 feature film, Erin Brockovich, starring Julia Roberts in the title role. The film was nominated for five Academy Awards: Best Actress in a Leading Role, Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Best Director, Best Picture, and Best Writing in a Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen. Roberts won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her portrayal of Erin Brockovich.



Erin Brockovich calls for an immediate end to fluoridation.

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Below is a collection of quotes she has made on fluoridation to date:


21 April 2015


After a great deal of research and personal thought, I am opposed to the continued policy and practice of drinking water fluoridation; I believe this harmful practice must be ended immediately. Public drinking water is a basic human right; and its systematic use as a dispensary of a substance for medical purposes is deplorable.

Shocking revelations are surfacing in the growing scandal; real harm from fluoride affects people of all races and ages, but one of the especially shocking aspects of the scandal is how dental and government officials responded when The Lillie Center for Energy & Health Studies publicized the science showing disproportionate fluoride harm to the African American community. Minority community and civil rights leaders have been speaking out, including Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s niece Alveda King. Ms. King recently posted on my Facebook page that I should keep shining the light on Fluoridegate. Ms. King also called for public hearings, and I agree: it’s time for meaningful public hearings. There are numerous documents and aspects to this scandal that investigative bodies and investigative journalists will want to examine.

Now is the time for professional and consumer advocacy groups that have blindly lent their name to support drinking water fluoridation to rescind that permission. How many of them actually conducted their own reviews before allowing their name to be used? And now is the time to ask the hard questions about the nature of the relationship between trade groups, our surgeon generals, and other government officials concerning drinking water fluoridation.

As a mother and grandmother, I am concerned about families in fluoridated communities using fluoridated drinking water from their tap to mix infant milk formula. I am concerned that the National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences has designated kidney patients, children, diabetics and seniors as “susceptible subpopulations” that are especially vulnerable to harm from ingested fluorides. How can we in good conscience give susceptible persons an uncontrolled amount of fluorides in water? I also strongly support Drinking water utility professionals, many I know many deplore and feel guilty about the idea of dispensing medication through drinking water and working with the dangerous fluoridation chemicals.

Drinking water fluoridation takes away people’s freedom to choose what they take into their bodies. Low income families may not have the financial means to avoid over dosing with their drinking water.

I call for four avenues of action:

  1. An immediate repeal of all laws that require or enable fluoridation.
  2. Holding of Fluoridegate hearings at both national and state levels.
  3. For professional associations and advocacy groups to rescind allowing their names to be used to support drinking water fluoridation.
  4. For key research to immediately begin on how to safely remove fluorides that have accumulated in people’s bones and pineal glands.


My career has been about making people aware of harmful exposures and the deception that often accompanies those exposures. Drinking water fluoridation is harmful, we’ve been deceived to believe it is safe, and with new found knowledge we must all act now to stop it.



23 March 2015

“The dentists were duped! Shades of Big Tobacco”


26 February 2015

“The Battle of the Experts

The Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health is just an old rag magazine with glossy pictures..right?

Bottomline…Water Treatment Plant Operators are not Pharmacists.”


21 February 2015

It’s been a big week for fluoride dose-free drinking water across our county.

Arkansas House panel OKs rollback on fluoride requirement.”


5 February 2015

“Do your own reading:
Fluoride Deposition in the Aged Human Pineal Gland
Human pineal gland and melatonin in aging and Alzheimer’s disease.

Studies by Jennifer Luke (2001) show that fluoride accumulates in the human pineal gland to very high levels. In her Ph.D. thesis, Luke has also shown in animal studies that fluoride reduces melatonin production and leads to an earlier onset of puberty (Luke 1997). Consistent with Luke’s findings, one of the earliest fluoridation trials in the United States (Schlesinger 1956) reported that on average young girls in the fluoridated community reached menstruation 5 months earlier than girls in the non-fluoridated community. Inexplicably, no fluoridating country has attempted to reproduce either Luke’s or Schlesinger’s findings or examine the issue any further.”



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