Michelle Rowton of Nurses Against Mandatory Vaccination
Also, Dr. Paul Connett on Water Fluoridation
Michelle Rowton, MSN, RNC-NIC, C-NPT, NNP-BC, is a Masters-level prepared nurse, a neonatal nurse practitioner with extensive training in functional medicine. She is recognized by the Texas Board of Nursing and licensed as an Advance Practice Nurse. Michelle is also a spokesperson for Nurses Against Mandatory Vaccines (www.namv.org), and one of the important voices speaking out in opposition to the massive campaign that has been set into motion worldwide to bring in universal forced vaccination. Michelle is back on the show with us to discuss what is happening around the country and around the world in the government/industry campaign to force vaccination on everyone regardless of personal beliefs and without informed consent. We also discuss with Michelle, the meaning of a study that confirms premature babies are terribly damaged by vaccines, but that means it's ok to just go ahead and keep injecting them with the same vaccines known to harm or kill them.
Also on this week's show, Richard talks with Dr. Paul Connett, Ph.D internationally known researcher and executive director of Fluoride Action Network (www.fluoridealert.org). Paul is a recognized world leader in the effort to educate the public about the real effects of Fluoride when it is intentionally put into drinking water and innumerable processed foods, drinks and other products. Putting Fluoride chemicals into our drinking water, instead of disposing of them as the toxic waste that they are, amounts to another case of forced drugging of the population, when the effects of this drug are known to be extremely harmful. Dr. Connett covers a wide spectrum of issues and information related to fluoridation, why it is important to you and your family, and ideas for what you can do to get the Fluoride out of your city's water supply and your own household drinking water.
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