TV Brainwashing…Good for children…Good for You!

This is a *MUST-SEE*

Please take the time to watch this.  Listen carefully.  Alex speaks the truth and exposes the mind-control/brainwashing in the children’s show “Squidbillies.”

Boys and Girls, it doesn’t get anymore IN-YOUR-FACE than this.

“Squidbillies” is just one example.  As Alex states, we are awash in this type of propaganda.  Truly disturbing.

I realize some readers may not fully realize just how bad fluoride is for your health and what a sick joke is being played on us.

The Govt. does *not* push for municipal water supplies to be fluoridated because they care about your teeth.

I suggest you look into the issue.  You can start here:

You may also want to check out my 2-part article on the history and purpose of water fluoridation programs:

A Drink to Die For – Part 1

A Drink to Die For – Part 2




4 Responses to “TV Brainwashing…Good for children…Good for You!”

  1. TV Brainwashing…Good for children…Good for You! (via Foundingfather1776) « ~ THE GUNNY "G" BLOGS ~ Says:


  2. ericswan Says:

    Some tunes you might like..

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  3. MorningStar Says:

    If advertising didn’t work then why is there so much on TV? Simple….it does work on our subconscious. Rarely do I watch much TV but, when I do, I hit the ‘mut’ button during commercials. It’s wonderful. But, the children don’t & I have to explain to them why they need to keep their independent minds & not be influence by commercials.

  4. clark Says:

    And the dumbing down continues,…


    Fight the urge to rinse after cleaning your teeth, says London dentist Dr Phil Stemmer, from The Fresh Breath Centre in London.

    ‘Rinsing washes away the protective flouride coating left by the toothpaste, which would otherwise add hours of protection.

    ‘I try to avoid drinking any fluids for at least half an hour after brushing — it’s a strange sensation at first, but you quickly get used to it.

    ‘And I don’t even wet my toothbrush under the tap before brushing as this can dilute the effect of the toothpaste. There’s plenty of moisture in your mouth without adding excess water.’

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