Communist Plot? Fluoride Levels In Public Water To Be Scaled Back Following Recommendations

After increased cases of dental fluorosis or spotting on the teeth in children, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is recommending a lowering of fluoride that is added to public drinking water.

Some public works have already started lowering its fluoride levels, writes

“There were so many public fluoridated water supplies that were being used for making bottled beverages, sodas,” said Water Lab Chemist for Duluth Public Works, Loren Janson.

According to Phoenix station Fox10, too much fluoride has become a common cause of white splotches on teeth in children. One study found about 2 out of 5 adolescents had tooth streaking or spottiness.

Fluoride is a mineral in water and soil. About 70 years ago, scientists discovered that people whose drinking water naturally had more fluoride also had fewer cavities.

Since 1962, the government has been advising water systems to add fluoride to a level of 0.7 parts per million for warmer climates, writes Fox10, where people drink more water, to 1.2 parts per million in cooler areas.

The new standard is 0.7 everywhere.

Grand Rapids, Michigan, became the world’s first city to add fluoride to its drinking water in 1945.

Six years later, a study found a dramatic decline in tooth decay among children there, and the U.S. surgeon general at that time endorsed water fluoridation, writes local news site

Today, about 75 percent of Americans get fluoridated water.

(Updated article)

Odd: Local Station In Tennessee Says There Was An FBI Bulletin Regarding ISIS Terror Plot In Tennessee


The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Memphis Division reportedly warned police officers about a threat to blow up the Memphis-Arkansas Bridge sometime in December.

FOX13 News obtained the FBI bulletin sent to Mid-South Law Enforcement agencies warning about a possible Islamic State terror plot targeting the I-55 Bridge.

“According to an anonymous complainant, as of December 2014, ISIS instructed an ISIS member, a presumed USPER in Memphis, with a direct order to blow up the Memphis-Arkansas bridge on an unknown date, activating ISIS terror cells in the United States,” the warning reads.

USPER is a law enforcement acronym for U.S. person.

Described as “an unsubstantiated, anonymous threat,” the Federal Bureau of Investigation has warned authorities in Tennessee and Arkansas about a threat made by the Islamic State to blow up an expansion of the Mississippi River bridge that connects the two states.

The question remains: Why would a terror group choose a bridge between Arkansas and Tennessee?