Thursday, August 05, 2010

CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening: Can We Get The Fluoride and Lithium Out of Our Water Before The Election? Before We're CAMH'd? - August 5, 2010


August 5, 2010

CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening:

Can We Get The Fluoride and Lithium Out of Our Water Before The Election? Before We're CAMH'd?


This episode: if people help educate and inspire you: then what do you do? Not even for them: but for other people? Is there a point in learning to play guitar if you never play a guitar? Can guys who have fun barn-raisin' or car-buildin' enjoy fighting for their country? When up against the global mafia, should we leave women and children out of it? (They didn't. Bastards.) When fluoride, lithium and our culture are dumbing us down and chilling us out, should we just go along with it? Yes? No?

CKLN's Rude Awakening Morning Show is hosted by Vijay Sarma, aka Black Krishna, aka BK, Mondays to Thursdays from 6 - 7 am EST; who also hosts CKLN's Word of Mouth Mondays from 7 - 8 pm, on 88.1 FM, Rogers Cable 947 or online. Public domain mp3's to hear, use or share are available after 8 am at, and Please contact with any questions, answers, suggestions, tips, news, stories, whistleblowers, music and more.




Note: unable to upload the last three shows to, please download them from instead:

CKLN 88.1 FM's Word of Mouth Mondays: Special Guest Patrick Whyte, Owner For 5 Years Of Toronto's Conspiracy Culture Book, DVD and More Store - August 2, 2010

CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening: Green Prices, Martial Law Part Deux, The Recession, Poisoned Food, Getting Girls in the Mood... When Do We Move? - August 3, 2010

CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening: Are We Being - Or - Have We Been Completely Lobotomized? - August 4, 2010

These episodes: a recommended three-pack of shows to download and share featuring a relaxing conversation with Word of Mouth Mondays special guest Patrick Whyte, proprietor for 5 years of the Conspiracy Culture book, dvd and more store in Toronto; a look at higher "green prices", martial law part deux, the recession, our poisoned food and why happy chicks make better parties; plus how our brains are being lobotomized to make it tough for us to fight back now and much tougher to fight back later.



From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (see link for citations)

Lobotomy (Greek: λοβός – lobos: "lobe (of brain)"; τομή – tome: "cut/slice") is a neurosurgical procedure, a form of psychosurgery, also known as a leukotomy or leucotomy (from the Greek λευκός – leukos: "clear/white" and tome). It consists of cutting the connections to and from the prefrontal cortex, the anterior part of the frontal lobes of the brain. While the procedure, initially termed a leukotomy, has been controversial since its inception in 1935, it was a mainstream procedure for more than two decades, prescribed for psychiatric (and occasionally other) conditions—this despite general recognition of frequent and serious side-effects.

The Alex Jones Show - Commercial Free Download - August 3, 2010

Today Alex welcomes back Dr. Russell Blaylock, board certified neurosurgeon, author and lecturer, to discuss lithium and fluoride being added to local water supplies.

Topic spans: 1941 - 1999

The Fluoride Debate - CBC Video

To fluoridate or not to fluoridate? That's the question at the centre of one of the longest debates in Canadian history. Advocates of water fluoridation say it's a safe and effective way to reduce cavities. Opponents like the outspoken broadcaster Gordon Sinclair called it rat poison and a despicable communist plot. Water fluoridation: Great public service or a gross infringement of individual rights? The debate rages on.

How much is too much?

Broadcast Date: June 3, 1999

While water fluoridation is approved and endorsed by the Canadian Dental Association, new research is shedding light on the growing concern of over-fluoridation. Fluoride is still considered safe in water supplies at one part per million but many of us may receive beyond that amount. Fluoride can be increasingly found in everyday consumer products such as baby formulas, mouthwash, toothpaste and processed foods.

The Fluoride Deception (Interview With Christopher Bryson)

28:31 - 4 years ago

In this video, Christopher Bryson, an award-winning journalist and former producer at the BBC, discusses the findings of his new book The Flouride Deception. EARLY REVIEWS of The Fluoride Deception: "Bryson marshals an impressive amount of research to demonstrate fluoride?s harmfulness, the ties between leading fluoride researchers and the corporations who funded and benefited from their research, and what he says is the duplicity with which fluoridation was sold to the people. The result is a compelling challenge to the reigning dental orthodoxy, which should provoke renewed scientific scrutiny and public debate." -- PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

Why I am now officially opposed to adding fluoride to drinking water

Dr. Hardy Limeback, BSc, PhD, DDS
Associate Professor and Head, Preventive Dentistry
University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario, M5G-1G6
Fax (416) 979-4936
Tel(416) 979-4929

April, 2000

To whom it may concern: Why I am now officially opposed to adding fluoride to drinking water

Since April of 1999, I have publicly decried the addition of fluoride, especially hydrofluosilicic acid, to drinking water for the purpose of preventing tooth decay. The following summarize my reasons.

SONG: Fluoricide - Promo Video



From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (see link for citations)

Idiocracy is a 2006 satirical comedy film, directed by Mike Judge and starring Luke Wilson and Maya Rudolph. The film tells the story of two ordinary people who are taken into a top-secret military hibernation experiment that goes awry, and awaken 500 years in the future. They discover that the world has degenerated into a dystopia where advertising, commercialism, and cultural anti-intellectualism run rampant and dysgenic pressure has resulted in a uniformly stupid human society devoid of individual responsibility or consequences. Despite its lack of a major theatrical release, the film has achieved a cult following.[1]


Idiocracy - Trailer


Idiocracy Mash-up


Idiocracy (Movie Review)

Why Did Fox Bury Mike Judge’s IDIOCRACY?

Amid | Cartoon Brew | October 5, 2006

One of the biggest film mysteries of 2006 still remains unanswered: Why did Fox bury the release of IDIOCRACY, the new live-action film by KING OF THE HILL and BEAVIS AND BUTT-HEAD creator Mike Judge? Today’s LA TIMES has an op-ed piece by Patt Morrison about this topic, though it doesn’t really offer much in the way of answers. I’m surprised that the LA TIMES didn’t treat this as a news story and interview people like Judge to get to the bottom of the story. A Fox spokesman says in the piece that the film was always planned as a “limited release” but limited releases rarely (if ever) get treated this poorly, especially for a well-reviewed film from an established filmmaker like Judge. I’m more inclined to agree with the line of reasoning presented by the TIMES’s Morrison:

"Did Judge’s film, by sheer happenstance, mirror Rupert Murdoch’s blueprint for a Fox-fed nation of fat, dumb and happy? Is the problem a threatened lawsuit over the way “Idiocracy” treats corporate America? Starbucks in 2505 serves speedy sex acts with the coffee, and Carl’s Jr. and H&R Block get the same rough handling. But that’s why studios have lawyers, and that’s why we have the 1st Amendment."


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