Sunraysia's Anti Fluoridation Network

Sunraysia's Anti Fluoridation Network

We are a group of concerned citizens fighting against an anti democratic campaign by the Victorian Government & Mildura Rural City Council to introduce the S7 poison Hydrofluorosilicic Acid (Fluoride) to our vital drinking water supply.

94% of surveyed resident's say NO!

Why are they going ahead with expensive and dangerous Fluoridation when the people clearly don't want it?
Last time I checked I thought we lived in a democracy?

The following is a list of articles and commentary intended to educate people to the truths of Fluoride - Make up your own mind!

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Sunraysia Daily - Anti-fluoride expert here: Professor Connett to put case against additive in our water

05 Feb, 2011 04:00 AM

FLUORIDE will be thrust back into the spotlight this month with a visit from environmental activitist Professor Paul Connett.

Prof Connett, executive director of the world-wide Fluroide Action Network, will speak at two meetings at the Setts in Mildura on February 20.

He will meet local health professionals, including doctors and dentists, at 10am, before addressing an open meeting at 7.30pm.

Prof Connett is in Europe promoting his book The Case Against Fluoride as part of a world tour, but is keen to promote the anti-fluoride message in Australia.

It is a far cry from his early days as an academic, when he was staunchly pro-fluoride.

Anti-Fluoridation Association of Mildura spokesperson Rosemarie Zalec said the association was pleased to have Prof Connet as a speaker.

“Prof Connett is willing to debate anyone on the safety and effectiveness of water fluoridation,” she said.

“He would like to see evidence that fluoride is safe and effective.

“To date he has not been able to find any research studies to prove this.

“Many challenges to debate him have been refused by Victorian Health Department officials.”

His visit comes about six months after fluoride was added to water supplies in Sunraysia.

Ms Zalec said the community had strongly voiced its opposition to fluoride, with more than 10,000 people signing a local petition.

“By coming along to listen to Professor Connett, Sunraysia residents will have the opportunity to hear the most up to date research on fluoride,” she said.

“Australia continues to be the most fluoridated country in the world.

“Whereas many countries are taking fluoride out of the water in response to the latest research, Australia continues to force fluoridation on all communities.”

The association will extend invitations to Mildura Rural city councillors and local MPs John Forrest and Peter Crisp.

A meeting headlined by high-profile dentist and anti-fluoride campaigner Dr Andrew Harms in November 2008 attracted more than 500 people.

This story appeared in Saturday’s Sunraysia Daily 05/02/2011.


  1. That's awesome news. I really hope the meeting gets a lot of support.

  2. Going to be MAJOR! As is this: watch?v=g8FaCOk1-kk

  3. Its on tonight - I saw and heard Dr Connett at a pre-meeting last night and although I dislike the man intensely as an egotist and somewhat narrow minded to anything beyond the Fluoride issue ie the real purpose Fluoride is being used for - He is none the less inspired and energetic in his dissertation on Fluoride as one would come to expect from an Academic.

    I look forward to hearing him tonight - he is certainly the bee's knee's as far as our Fluoride fight goes but I find it somewhat sobering to meet someone so advanced in a certain arena and yet so narrow minded and stunted in others - I guess this is however the nature of humanity - we all run our own race and where we wind up is up to us, we are all different as our separate experience builds us into what we now are.

    So recognizing this I look forward to seeing Dr Connett again tonight - he will revel the audience with his particular motive and somewhat hypnotic style of address.
    I look forward to more interesting tid bits of information that will help me build my "picture" of the Fluoride issue - not to be missed.

    Sorry for long delay in reply - its been very busy here.