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5th January 2015

The linked article by Dr Peter Hammond is a download from the South African Reformation Society website (  It's a powerful exposé of the tactics used by propagandists, and by people who employ them, to spin their lies of deceit.   Many of the tactics described in the article can be applied to the issue of water fluoridation.

The Website entitled Activist Post has an interesting article which deals with the tactics used by mainstream media to keep us all quiet.  This is an eye-opener!  LINK


Propagandists spin the same old line, time after time after time.  Go to Propaganda, Public Relations and Poppycock to see how it's done.


Bernays, E. (1928). Propaganda. With an introduction in 2005 byMark Crispin Miller. New York: IG Publishing ISBN 0-9703125-9-8.

Branston, G. and R. Stafford (2003). The Media Student's Book. 3rd ed. London: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-25611-9

Dalmans, S. and N. Fram (2006).  Wierd Cures.  Philadelphia: Running Press.  ISBN 0-7624-2722-1 (No mention of fluoride but the book provides much food for thought.)

Ewen, S. (1996). PR! A Social History of Spin. New York: Perseus Basic Books. ISBN 0-465-06179-6.

Goldacre, B. (2009). Bad Science. London: Fourth Estate. ISBN 978-0-00-728487-0

Hammond, P. (Undated).  How Propaganda Changes Perceptions and People.

, Johann. (2009) ‘Peter Mandelson's assault on science: Drug companies are the biggest funders of university research – and they want a return.’ The Independent, Tuesday, 17 November 2009.

Packard, V. (1980). The Hidden Persuaders. New York: IG Publishing. ISBN 978-0-9788431-0-6

Stauber, J. and S. Rampton. (1995). Toxic Sludge is Good For You: Lies Damn Lies and the Public Relations Industry. Monroe, Mains: Common Courage Press. ISBN 1-56751-060-4