Jeremy Irons Signs Letter to Irish Water Authorities About Dangers of Fluoridation


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The Oscar-winning (and Emmy-winning AND Tony-winning) actor Jeremy Irons added his name to a long list of famous actors, directors, playwrights, and musicians who signed a letter to Irish water authorities calling for a full investigation into the ongoing artificial fluoridation of water supplies in Ireland.


Ireland is one of the few countries in the world where fluoridation is mandatory, despite the fact that a majority of its citizens already consume inordinate amounts of fluoride in their diet due to the widespread consumption of black tea. The tea plant is virtually the only edible plant that uptakes significant amounts of fluoride directly from the soil.


Other signatories to the letter include former CEO of Columbia Pictures David Puttnam, Oscar-winning director Jim Sheridan, musicians Christy Moore, Glen Hansard, Mary Black, Sharon Shannon, Declan Sinnott, Damien Dempsey, Declan O’Rourke, Ashley Keating, and many prominent academics, scientists, medical doctors, and other concerned citizens who reside in Ireland.


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