Vladimir Putin Banned Fluoridation From Russia
Vladimir Putin has banned fluoride from Russia, stating that the “toxic poison” that was “force fed to prisoners of war during Soviet times” should not “under any circumstances, now or in the future, be considered for use on the people of the Russian Federation.”
The policy of adding fluoride to the public water supply was discontinued in Russia in 1990, but regional pressure groups covertly funded by George Soros’ Open Society Foundation have begun agitating for its re-introduction.
An official petition lodged at the Kremlin states that fluoride is “one of the safest and most beneficial, cost-effective public health measures known to man, and is working wonders for public health throughout most of the United States of America.”
But Putin has dismissed the campaign out of hand, arguing that “Fluoride has no place outside of the prison camp or gulag.”
Speaking at a behind closed doors forum for the highest echelons of government and staff in his home city of St. Petersburg, Putin responded to questions about the fluoridation campaign by pointing out who was behind the plot: George Soros’s OSF *** and the subsidiary offshoots it employs to find ways of disregarding the laws of sovereign nations.
When questioned by a top aide as to what he meant by “outside the prison camp or gulag” (an unusual phrase in Russian), Putin sighed heavily and fixed the assembled group with his trademark stare before explaining that all is not what it seems in regards to how the world is run.
During World War 2, both the Nazi Germans and Communist Russians added sodium fluoride to the drinking water of prisoners of war to make them stupid and docile. Putin is a keen student of history and he believes the addition of fluoride to public water is a New World Order plot to destroy the health and mental faculties of the people.