From TD Sean Kyne in communication re: water flouridation in Ireland and upcoming renewal of flouridation contract. Please comment below if you are interested in following this up as a collective.Hi…Continue
A Dhuine Uasail,
Tá an-bhrón go bhfuil cead ag daoine ainmhithe fiáin a ghabháil agus ansin iad a phórú dá gcraiceann. Cuireann sé seo isteach go mór orm agus tá an-díomá orm faoi. Ní aontaím ar chorr ar bith gur ceart ligint do eachtraí mar seo dul ar aghaidh. Gan guth ná cumhacht ag na créatúir bochta, ní ceart iad a chéasadh mar seo.
Caithfear an cineál rud seo a stopadh. Tá an neach daona níos cumhachtaí ná na hainmhithe eile go léir agus, mar sin,
IS É ÁR NDÚLGAS É IAD A CHOSAINT, NÍ IAD A SCANRADH, A CHÉASADH NÓ A SCRIOS DAR MBRABÚIS FÉIN.
Le do thoil, smaoinigh faoi seo agus tar chuig an tuiscint gur ainmhithe iad - cosúil linne - a mhothaíonn eagla agus pian, mar a mhothaíonn muidne féin iad. Is féidir leat difríocht a dhéanamh sa domhan - tóg an seans, le do thoil.
Is mise le ollmheas,
It seems to me that in order to get things going on banning water flouridation in this country (as has been achieved in Germany), an active group needs to rouse the country into action. (And the irony, of course, is that flouridation is toxic to cognition and action.)
I got a response from Mick Wallace today to an email I sent out to the TDs in July. He apologised for the delayed response and asked for three reasons, in my opinion, for the government's persistance to put Fl in the…Continue
After emailing a bunch of TDs (I'm getting around to them in batches) about water flouridation*, I got an email from Sean Kyne in Galway today.
Here's what he said:
My apologies for the delay in replying to your email - it was filed in a different folder which I found as I took the opportunity this morning to check through my email account.…Continue