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The Vaccine Industry must be ‘roped in’ – danger, danger, danger.
[Satanic is the only word that does justice to this outfit (see Lucifer symbol over Wellcome building, below), one example: After their Trivirex MMR vaccine was withdrawn as dangerous in Canada, in 1988, they managed to get it on the UK market with a government indemnity, under another name: Pluserix (seeMMR timeline). When that had to be withdrawn they then sold it to the third world (causing an outbreak of meningitis in Brazil), while they have done their best to suppress the fact it caused autism and bowel disease, along with the present MMR vaccines. Sir Nigel Davis, who dismissed the appeal over the removal of fundingfor the MMR litigation by the Legal Services Commission, was the brother of Lancet proprietor Crispin Davis who at the time had also recently become a non-executive director of…
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Steven D. Slott, DDS, is ‘Information Director’ (LOL!) for the American Fluoridation Society, a notorious pro-fluoridation extremist group. His latest attempt to discredit anti-fluoridation arguments and concerns – via a letter in the Portland Press Herald – parrots the usual garbage. Let’s have a closer look at Slott’s letter:
Slott: “This is a health care issue, not one of water treatment.”
Well Mr. Slott, if that is so, then apply the principle of informed consent to treatment. You can’t ethically force people to be exposed to a treatment who may not want that treatment. Surely they taught you this in dental school? Slott is correct, however, that fluoridation is not a water treatment measure – it is most definitely a systemic human treatment and is not put in place to treat water in the normal sense.
“Fluoride is the only chemical added to water for the purpose of medical…
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by Pedro Tierney
Just when I thought that the paid trolls working with the hate group, Stop the AVN, couldn’t possibly get any more ignorant, along comes Sue Ieraci.
This is Skeptic Dr Sue Ieraci
For those of you who are not aware of her, Sue Ieraci works in the Emergency Medicine Department at Bankstown Hospital in NSW. She has written many opinion pieces for the Medical Journal of Australia and lists her specialties as:
Problem-solving, teaching and training, cognitive skills within health, change negotiation, clinical culture, liaison between government and clinicians, communication between clinicians and health system planners and architects.
Sounds pretty impressive, right?
How can a busy Emergency Doctor respond to social media comments within a moments notice any time of the day or night ?
Why then, is Sue able to respond to tweets and other social media comments within moments of them being posted at nearly…
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On Monday, The Hill newspaper published a story claiming that “The CDC is being influenced by corporate and political interests,” as alleged by over a dozen senior scientists at CDC who collectively call themselves CDC SPIDER – Scientists Preserving Integrity, Diligence, and Ethics in Research. The group has chosen to remain anonymous “for fear of retribution.”
On August 29, the CDC SPIDER filed a complaint letter with CDC Chief of Staff Carmen S. Villar that makes a number of strong and unambiguous allegations that would shock most Americans, who trust the public health agency charged with “developing and applying disease prevention and control, environmental health, and health promotion and health education activities designed to improve the health of the people of the United States.” In their complaint, the SPIDER group states “It is puzzling to read about [CDC] transgressions in national media outlets like USA Today, The Huffington…
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Guest post by Dr Caroline Henckels
Last week one of my Public Law students asked me whether it was true that the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) could demand a person’s name on the Census form. The issue has been all over social media in recent days.
Collecting names on Census night isn’t new – but people are concerned that the ABS will now be retaining peoples’ names, whereas previously it destroyed identifying information before analysing the data. Retaining identifying information that can be linked to Census records has potentially significant privacy implications. Although the data provided to the ABS is protected by robust secrecy provisions in the Census and Statistics Act 1905 (the Act), questions have been asked about the security of the storage of data and the potential for its misuse.
It’s difficult to call into question the value of the Census – it provides essential information for…
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By Brett Smith
Rupert Murdoch attacking Natural Medicine in the name of Big Pharma profits.
Ahhh me old mate Jane Hansen and her evil old boss are at it again. What this time you may ask? Selling more illegal wars? Selling HepB shots to one day olds? Flu shots for 90 year old nursing home residents? Tony Abbott? Nup. Just one of their pet projects, an old favourite of theirs…..attacking natural medicines. For one of their biggest clients, Big, Bad Pharma.
I’ve been a naturopath for 15 years now so this attack is nothing new, it’s the scale and intensity that have lifted a couple of notches of late, almost in direct line with the explosions of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, autism, auto-immune diseases etc. I love watching the media’s schizophrenic relationship to this topic. You see their readers, or most of them, all use natural therapies, or buy…
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