In a world where conspiracy theories are becoming the norm, it is critical to distinguish between fact and fiction, especially when it comes to public health and government transparency. Del Bigtree and Derick Broze discussed the ongoing fluoride lawsuit, the suppression of scientific data, and the broader implications for individual freedom in the face of an encroaching technocratic state in a recent interview.
The Fluoride Lawsuit: A Fight for Transparency and Truth
Despite being censored for years, the Fluoride Action Network, Food and Water Watch, and the Organic Consumers Association’s fluoride lawsuit is finally making progress. The legal battle began nearly a decade ago, when these groups opposed the government’s push to incorporate fluoride into every water system, despite mounting evidence of its toxicity.
A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) linked maternal fluoride exposure during pregnancy to lower IQ scores in children aged three and four. The National Toxicology Program (NTP) report on the same topic, on the other hand, was withheld from the public, raising concerns about the government’s commitment to transparency.
The case is headed for a second trial, with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Fluoride Action Network both agreeing to release the NTP study. As the world awaits the judge’s decision in April, one question remains unanswered: Why did it take so long for this critical information to become public?
The Role of Independent Media in Uncovering the Truth
As Del Bigtree correctly points out, the independent media has not been as attentive to the fluoride lawsuit as it should have been. To ensure that the public has access to the truth, journalists like Derick Broze and organizations like The Last American Vagabond must continue to investigate and report on these issues.
Choosing to Leave the Technocratic State
Broze’s book “How to Opt Out of the Technocratic State” has become more relevant than ever in the age of the Great Reset, with increased surveillance and control. The free download book educates readers on red flags, buzzwords, and the importance of information literacy in the face of encroaching technocracy.
Political Action to Inspire Change
Derick Broze’s candidacy for mayor of Houston exemplifies the power of individuals to inspire change and spark important conversations about public health issues such as fluoride. Broze’s goal is to create a more informed and proactive society by challenging the status quo and promoting transparency.
Finally, the fluoride lawsuit serves as a stark reminder of the importance of transparency, independent media, and individual action in combating the technocratic state. As the world waits for the NTP study and trial results, it is up to us, as informed citizens, to hold our governments accountable and ensure that our voices are heard in the ongoing battle for truth and freedom.