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The Thought Police Now Write Guardian Editorials.

The Thought Police Now Write Guardian Editorials A friend pointed this article out to me. It is another of those seminal, fulcrum moments. Methinks they know not what they write because it is just so far from the mark and … Continue reading

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Dr Ursula Anderson, MD, paediatrician since early 1950s

OK, I met this venerable lady just two days ago, and have had two short conversations with her. She is interesting for a number of reasons – not least her resilience in still being here, cogent and travelling twixt US … Continue reading

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Offit’s awful. But here the truth slipped out…..

t And he slyly looked up and spake the following words: “You can never really say MMR doesn’t cause autism but when you get in front of media you’d better get used to it because otherwise people hear the door … Continue reading

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On the admix of hi-tech with voodoo!

Looking at a recently released “vaccine” for malaria, I was examining their adjuvanting systems, hidden within which are the same “we bow to the Almighty JENNERINTHESKY” found throughout this discipline.  So I collected this bunch of raw materials, from the … Continue reading

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So, was the GREAT 1918 FLU EPIDEMIC just vaccine damage?

So, here’s a very forthright piece. The reason to look at historical references, like the Faroes measles epidemic discussed in the previous two posts and, again, here, is to demonstrate that the oh-so-confident-attitudes demonstrated by todays medical industry about the … Continue reading

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The early days of an industry – an 1846 perspective on Ye Vaccinations……..

“Aha, aha, quoth he – I know what to do” “At present it might be hoped that such a calamity could be at least partially prevented by vaccination. It is obvious, however, that the physical character of the country renders … Continue reading

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That was a bit unfaroe…….

From Faroes Measles article by Dr Panum, 1846.  On the vaccination issue wrt the Faroes measles epidemic (and noting there was no measles vaccine for around 120 years afterwards!) At present it might be hoped that such a calamity could … Continue reading

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