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Southport State High School Discovery Centre, Brooke Ave, Southport Qld 4215
Fire Water: Australiaʼs Industrial Fluoridation Disgrace gives a voice to those seldom heard – Australians who know the truth about mandatory water fluoridation and refuse to remain silent.
Featuring researchers, politicians, activists, sufferers and health practitioners, Fire Water follows the impacts and issues surrounding the practice of adding industrial waste to public drinking water without the informed consent of the people. People have been left without a voice for decades.
Fire Water is the story of those who object to being poisoned; of those experiencing negative health reactions to fluoride toxins; of those who demand their individual right to informed consent; and of those who demand accountability and scientific integrity from Australian health authorities, water authorities and governments.
This is a hard-hitting film that exposes the fraud of mandatory water fluoridation, perpetrated on the Australian people. Fire Water proves once and for all that toxic industrial waste is being used to forcibly 'fluoridate' Australia's drinking water supplies. People and communities across the nation are resisting forced medication, as they learn the shocking truth of fluoridation.
One thing is for certain: If you are unaware of the fluoridation fraud, after watching Fire Water, you will never look at your glass of tap water the same way, ever again.
Fire Water is a collation of a wide variety of Australian perspectives on water fluoridation. From politicians, to doctors, to sufferers, this film goes to the heart of the issues – the chemicals, the ethics, the science and the lack of accountability of poisoners. A 'must see' film if you care about your health, the health of the environment and the future well being of your children and grandchildren.
As usual, there will be a guest speaker after the movie for Questions and Answers.
Admission is only $5.00
Southport State High School Discovery Centre
30 April 2012, 6.30pm