Triplets regress into autism on the same day

The triplets had a pneumococcal vaccine at 10am. By noon, Clare had shut down. By 2.00pm, Ritchie shut down. Last was little Robbie.

“They never held hands again. They never looked at each other again. Vaccine injury is real. We were told it was genetic, and then we were told by geneticists that there’s no possible way that three children would shut-off on the same day, that that was absolutely, statistically impossible. Especially being two boys and one girl. So we were also told that we could not sue anyone…we found out seven years after we got the vaccine that it was contaminated.”

See the parents sharing the story of what happened to their triplets, and see the before-and-after photos of the children.

Two year old dies after vaccination




This is Jackson. He was given the MMR, chickenpox vaccine, and the flu shot.

Three hours later, he was pronounced dead.

The autopsy report stated that he died from an anaphylactic reaction to the vaccines.

He was two years and nine months old.




Click here to watch Jackson’s mother explain exactly what happened to her son.



945-million-yen lawsuit filed over cervical cancer vaccines

japanese girls gardasil“Sixty-three young women are seeking a combined 945 million yen ($9 million) in compensation in the first mass lawsuit concerning side effects from cervical cancer vaccines.

The women are suing the central government and pharmaceutical companies GlaxoSmithKline Plc and MSD KK.

The lawsuits were filed July 27 in the district courts at Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya and Fukuoka. The plaintiffs are aged between 15 and 22.

The women argue they have suffered health problems, such as pain in various parts of their bodies, difficulty in walking and also impaired eyesight, as a result of taking the vaccines that were meant to prevent cervical cancer.

They were mostly in junior or senior high school when they took the vaccines between July 2010 and July 2013.

The vaccines under question are GSK’s Cervarix, which was approved for domestic use in 2009, and MSD’s Gardasil, which was approved in 2011.”

This quote is from an article written by Seiko Sadakuni and Tomoyo Fukumiya. Read more of the article here .

The Heart Foundation $hit tick has been given the flick

heart foundationOn the 29th of December last year I wrote here, “Anyone with even a modicum of common sense finds the Heart Foundation tick of approval to be an utter joke and a scam. As far as I’m concerned, that $hit tick should be given the flick.”

Dreams CAN come true. After 26 years, the ridiculous $hit tick is being retired. ABOUT TIME.


In this excerpt from a 2012 article, you can clearly what a joke the tick is:


The Heart Foundation’s Tick can be found on a range of high sugar content products including Uncle Toby’s Fruit Fix bars (71 per cent sugar) Uncle Tobys Oats Temptations (34 per cent sugar) and Nestle’s Milo Breakfast cereal (29.7 per cent sugar) and Kelloggs Just Right (31.1 per cent sugar).

But try to convince the foundation that giving its Tick to foods with high sugar content equates to condoning poor nutrition and you’ll come up against a senior workforce with strong links to promoting the benefits of sugar, including:

- The NSW Heart Foundation CEO since 2003, Tony Thirlwell. Mr Thirlwell was in charge of a massive campaign on behalf of the sugar industry while working for sugar giant CSR in the 1980s. It aimed to convince Australians that sugar was “a natural part of life” and was not bad for people’s health at a time when sugar consumption was declining.

- A former senior nutritionist at the Heart Foundation who was also a former CSR sugar employee from the same time as Mr Thirlwell. The nutritionist also worked for the Low GI symbol program which features on CSR sugar products, Kelloggs and Nestle and has since left the Heart Foundation to work for softdrink giant PepsiCo.

- The marketing manager of the Tick program between 2006 and 2010, who had previously worked for the sugar lobby group Sugar Australia – 75 per cent owned by CSR.

- Mackay Sugar Limited, which owns the remaining 25 per cent of Sugar Australia, is also listed as a corporate sponsor of the Heart Foundation.

Mr Thirlwell denied there was any conflict of interest in his past and present roles and said his previous work with the sugar industry had no bearing on his current role at the Heart Foundation.

A Heart Foundation spokeswoman said: “Mr Thirlwell’s employment of almost a quarter of a century ago is not relevant to his current role and responsibilities.

“He is one of Australia’s most senior not for profit CEOs and anyone who knows Mr Thirlwell is aware of his commitment to making Australians healthier and how hard he works to reduce death and suffering caused by cardiovascular disease.”

Despite efforts to obtain responses, neither of the two former staff mentioned above would agree to be interviewed by

The Heart Foundation also receives sponsorship from Nestle-owned Uncle Tobys for its campaigns. Nestle research and development works with the Heart Foundation’s research team, which cites Nestle sponsored studies on its website.


Unfortunately, we are now seeing the implementation of a Health Star Rating System. Or the Death Star Rating System, as I prefer to call it. This Death Star Rating is every bit as much a joke as the $hit tick was. This system of wankery sees a product such as Sanitarium Up & Go given a star rating of 4.5 out of 5. Yes, a fake breakfast constructed of corn syrup, canola oil, “flavours” and other junk gets 4.5 stars in the Death Star Rating.

I cannot help but feel that it might be very beneficial to use the Death Star Rating as a good indicator of what NOT to buy. If it gets a high rating, DON’T TOUCH the product with a 10-foot pole. That’s how I would use the rating. You can probably pretty much guarantee that the product will be low fat, high sugar, non-food excrement in a box.

Here’s the upside: If you like to buy shit in a box, the Death Star Rating will make it easy for you to spot the shit with ease. The more stars, the shittier the product.

I’m very much looking forward to the day when common sense prevails and the Death Star Rating is ditched. Looking forward to the population, as a whole, realising that they’ve allowed food companies and corrupt organisations to convince them that shit-in-a-box is food. Very much looking forward to writing here, in the not too distant future, that the Death Star has imploded.

That’s the way the low-fat cookie crumbles

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Pictured here is Professor Tim Noakes. Noakes is on trial for having applied too much common sense. More on Professor Noakes in a moment. First off, a couple of excerpts from the recent article Low-fat lie one big diet cover-up, by Dr Joe Kosterich:

“You might expect that major recommendations about health and diet (like the low fat diet) would be rigorously tested and assessed before being promoted to the public.

Sadly you would be wrong.”

“An absolutely damning review published in the British Medical Journal found that the introduction of low fat dietary recommendations had absolutely NO basis.

Let me repeat this. There was never any scientific basis to recommend a low fat diet.”


To quote the researchers: “Dietary recommendations were introduced … in the absence of supporting evidence from randomised control trials.”

Read more here.


Tim Noakes vs Association for Dietetics in South Africa

Now to the trial of Tim Noakes, Professor in the Division of Exercise Science and Sports Medicine at the University of Capetown. Noakes has committed the “crime” of recommending a sensible, health-giving diet. He is a proponent of a low carb, high fat lifestyle. In other words, he advises the eating of real, unprocessed food.


The following piece about the trial was written by dietitian, Caryn Zinn

TIM NOAKES vs. ADSA – re-adjourns February 8-17th (sigh)

What a privilege it was to be included as an expert witness in Prof Noakes’ hearing this week in Cape Town. I use the word “included”, because I didn’t actually get close to the stand, in fact neither did Prof Noakes himself. It certainly was an interesting insight into the legal system (or lack of it). Let’s summarise the series of events:

Dietitian (“Complainant”) puts in a formal complaint to the HPCSA (Health Professionals Council) in February 2014 about one of Prof Noakes’ tweats to a member of the public, about weaning a baby onto LCHF food (aka. whole food).

Take 1: The hearing commenced in June 2015 – but stopped immediately due to the HPCSA committee not being properly constituted – this should have been a sign of things to come.

Take 2: November 23-30th – 7 days (assigned two days longer than the usual 5 day hearing – just to make sure it was going to start and end). Well start it did, but end it certainly didn’t, not even close! Six days (yes, six!) were taken up by The Complainant’s team, leaving zero time for Team Noakes. There were countless (intentional???) delays, including not having read CVs sent to them in May, adding extra readings that had not been include in the “bundle” – legal speak for reading list, and other events that were somewhat farcical. The week concluded with a surprise witness being called at the last minute – the Chair of the HPCSA committee likened the scene to one from the “Ally McBeal” TV series. Not only did this breach legal processes, but also left NO time for Team Noakes to present at all. Deliberate delay???? Perhaps, and those who attended have made up their own minds.

Take 3: The hearing re-adjourns in February 8-17th – two years after the complaint was laid and countless funds spent in the process.

Here are my top 3 musings from the last 7 days at the hearing:

1. Team Noakes is solid. The lawyers (who are acting pro bono) are the smartest and most efficient individuals I have ever met. In fact one of them happened to be a medical practitioner before he became a lawyer and was well-versed in physiology and biochemistry. Watching them cross-examine witnesses was like poetry in motion, a real privilege to see and be a part of.

2. Team Complainant (one dietitian- chief complainant, two professors of nutrition and one paediatric specialist). I fear I just have to bite my tongue here, but I will say this:
a. Team Complainant had little understanding of the difference between nutritional ketosis and ketoacidosis, and refused to believe that nutritional ketosis is a safe and normal physiological state that humans have evolved with. Physiological facts: i. Babies take only 2 hours to get into ketosis. ii. Breastmilk itself is ketogenic. iii. Babies are in ketosis when they’re born. iv. Ketones are used to fuel the development of the brain. v. Ketones are important!
b. Team Complainant had little understanding of what LCHF actually is; they believe that LCHF eating and ketogenic eating are the same and that LCHF eating will send infants into ketosis. No! (not there is anything wrong with being in ketosis, but LCHF eating is not about getting into ketosis; it’s about eating whole, unprocessed food – YOU know this!).
c. Team Complainant believes that LCHF eating will send infants into ketoacidosis and therefore deem the introduction of complementary LCHF foods to be dangerous and “life-threatening” – No!
This is staggering stuff, Team Complainant’s experts were unaware of basic physiology and the role of ketones in general. It’s gets better: Coming in at number 3 musing is this:

3. The SA paediatric guidelines have recently been revamped (in 2013) and say the following:

“From six months of age, give your baby meat, chicken, fish or egg every day, or as often as possible. Give your baby dark-green leafy vegetables and orange coloured vegetables and fruit every day”. There is no mention of baby cereals at all – perhaps this was an oversight? Because the way I see it is that these guidelines are actually…wait for it……LCHF-friendly. So it can be argued based on the points listed in the guidelines, that Noakes advice is actually “conventional”. Either that, or that the paediatric guidelines are “unconventional” – go with whichever you want. When this salient point was put to the witness who was involved in the development of these guidelines, you could hear a pin drop.

Anyway, this and a whole lot more was fascinating. Thanks to Marika Sboros (a dedicated Noakes advocate and journalist) for her minute-by-minute twitter updates over the 6 days, plus this fabulous summary –…/tim-noakes-and-legal-dream-team-h…/ She’s the one to follow if you want to be entertained in February!

Despite the gross incompetencies, (deliberate) delays and breaching of the rules by Team Complainant, Team Noakes remains strong, and is getting more and more followers each day. This includes the lay public, dietitians in South Africa (stealth dietitians, as speaking out is NOT encouraged), medical professionals, and community workers. They are seeing the weight loss, the reduction in medicines, the improved wellbeing, and the reduced inflammatory conditions that you get with “Banting” or the LCHF lifestyle.

Life-threatening? Perhaps, but only to Big Food and Big Pharma!
Go Team Noakes….until February 2016.


What a wonderful insight into the proceedings from Caryn Zinn. It’s actually one of the most amusing things I’ve read in a while. And it seems that, unfortunately, the uninformed complainants that Caryn has mentioned are far from being the only uninformed so-called health professionals around. I was also amused to read this article from 2014, entitled On Tim Noakes and Bullsh*t,in which the author mentions that he was told by an uninformed dietitian, “What? No!  I’m a registered dietitian, so don’t talk to me about Tim Noakes” she retorted.  “Why not?” I worried asked, “I’ve lost 6 kilos since I cut out the carbs”.  “Yes, of course you’ll lose weight”, she replied irritatedly, “Your body goes into ketoacidosis! 

(NO, love, it’s ketosis. Not.the.same.thing.)

So, let’s see what happens with the trial in the new year. Interesting times ahead.
What a wonderful opportunity the trial is for Professor Tim Noakes to get the truth out there about the benefits that a rubbish-free diet can bestow.

Enough of the low-fat diet lies that we’ve been fed for years. Enough. Those lies have lead to an epidemic of Type 2 diabetes. Those lies are killing people.

Two words from Dr Jack Wolfson

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“To those medical doctors who called for my license to be revoked, I have two words for you… case dismissed.

Actually I had two other words for you, but children may be reading this post.”

Back in February it was noted here that cardiologist Dr Jack Wolfson was under investigation by the Arizona Medical Board for taking a pro-choice stance when it comes to the subject of vaccination.

Wolfson is of the opinion that “it should be the parents’ decision, it should be their informed consent, they should know the risks and the benefits of any procedure they choose whether it’s cardiology-wise or certainly vaccines.”


Dr Wolfson’s full public statement


To those medical doctors who called for my license to be revoked, I have two words for you… case dismissed.

Actually I had two other words for you, but children may be reading this post.

The Arizona Osteopathic Medical Board briefly reviewed my case and decided that while many people may be against my opinions, some people may be in agreement with me. But it is my First Amendment right to MAKE those statements. Case dismissed.

Some of you may not have heard my story which culminated in 38 complaints to the medical board, so let me recap.

In late January of this year, I was interviewed by NBC regarding cases of the measles virus that appear to have started at Disneyland. Many voiced their displeasure with my television comments. In response, I crafted a blog post on that went viral, viewed by hundreds of thousands and shared all over social media. The article was a scathing condemnation of parents who blindly follow their doctor’s advice, loading up their children with vaccines. Most parents do not question vaccine safety or the benign childhood infections vaccines were designed to prevent. I stand by that post today as much as on the day I crafted it.

The mass circulation of the post led to an appearance on CNN with Erin Burnett. After a lopsided debate in which the deck was stacked against me, the talking-head moron, Burnett, goes off her teleprompter script to announce to the world that she, “Dr. Burnett” did her research. She vaccinated her children. My guess is that she spent her child’s doctor visit texting on her cell phone.

Later that same evening, I let the devil into my house. Her name is Elizabeth Cohen of CNN. After 45 minutes of taping, I unfortunately gave her the sound bite she wanted. The same question was asked over and over. “Could you live with yourself if your child infected another child and that child died?”

My response always started off…” As a father, as a doctor, and as a human being, it pains me to think of any child getting sick. But, I am not going to put my child’s life at risk to theoretically save another child.” In my final moment of frustration, I gave her the sound bite she craved, as a vampire would lust for blood.

I also stated that the immuno-compromised child in the discussion likely got cancer from a vaccine onslaught. Formaldehyde, a component of vaccines, has been linked with leukemia, the exact cancer that afflicted the child in the story. Again, it pains me that parents are so ignorant as to allow their children to eat, drink, bath, and wear chemicals. But nothing is worse than injecting the poisons directly into the body.

To all the pediatricians in the world, please show me the study that found 69 doses of 16 vaccines do not cause cancer, auto-immune disease, and brain injury.

The number one job of a parent is to protect their children. My wife ate pure organic Paleo while pregnant. We did a home birth, breast fed for three years, and co-sleep with our children. We avoid dangerous household products.

There is no freakin’ way we are injecting them with known carcinogens and immune activators, the exact toxins we spend our lives trying to avoid. After all, we are talking about mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde, antibiotics, aborted human fetal tissue, animal tissue, ethylene glycol etc. All this to prevent viruses like measles and chicken pox. Chicken pox!

All of my media exposure and comments generated 38 complaints to the Arizona Osteopathic Medical Board and an investigation was opened. Many of those who complained were medical doctors from around the country. None were from patients of mine, of course.

Some of those doctors who complained were fellow D.O. brothers and sisters. They obviously forgot the foundations of osteopathic medicine, created by A.T. Still in the late 1800′s. Still, a contemporary of D.D. Palmer, the founder of chiropractic, recognized that mainstream medicine was using danger treatment modalities such as mercury and arsenic. He denounced the doctors of the time and believed in the innate ability of the body to heal when given the right nutrients and causative factors are removed.

A.T. Still is rolling over in his grave seeing the vast majority of osteopaths for what they are, drug peddlers and wanna-be MD’s.

After CNN, I realized mainstream media is never fair and balanced. They have an agenda to appease their advertising puppeteers. I continued to promote my message on the radio, social media, lectures, and of course, my new book, The Paleo Cardiologist. I have never gone dark as CNN accused me of doing.

Do people really want to live in a country where doctors cannot have opinions outside of those promoted by pharmaceutical companies and the doctors on their payroll? Should doctors like me shut up about pharmaceutical dangers and useless procedures? Do you wish the anti-smoking community had just shut up about the risk of tobacco? Or that leaded gasoline was still in use, or allowed in children’s toys and paint for houses?

I am free to speak my mind and speak the truth, as a doctor, a father, and an American. I urge you and urge all doctors to come out of the shadows and from under the rock where they hide. Open your eyes and open your mouth.

There are hundreds of us out there on the front line defending the sanctity of children. Join us.

In health,
Jack Wolfson DO, FACC – The Paleo Cardiologist

Mike Adams at Natural News has written an excellent piece about Wolfson, entitled “Anti-vaccine witch hunt FAIL: Dr. Jack Wolfson cleared of all charges for exercising his free speech rights on the issue of vaccine risks and the stupidity of blind medical obedience”. Read it here.

Mamamia, here I go again…

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Ah, and so the media tediously continues on with the blatantly obvious campaign against chef Pete Evans. Now they’ve decided to put the boot into his fiancée, Nicola Robinson, as well. The “crime” of this chef and his partner? Encouraging people to eat real, unprocessed food.

It goes without saying that those at Mamamia would have to get on in the act. They remain true to grubby form.


The grubs at Mamamia are clearly anti-true health. That fact was clearly seen in January when they grubbily rejoiced over the cancellation of Dr Sherri Tenpenny’s tour. Tenpenny intended to speak about the “other” side of the vaccination debate. As we know, that isn’t allowed in this world of science-for-sale. At least not in Australia, where redneck writers whipped up a frenzy over the intended visit of the so-called “dangerous” Dr Tenpenny.

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Despite claims to the contrary, Sherri Tenpenny is actually a medical doctor who was director of an emergency department in Ohio for 12 years. She has many years of vaccination research under her belt.
The nongs at Mamamia attempted to push Immigration Minister Peter Dutton to deny Tenpenny’s visa, lest Tenpenny visit Australia and speak the truth.

In the end, Dr Tenpenny cancelled the tour due to the level of hostility directed her way. It truly does make one wonder what the nongs at Mamamia were so afraid of. The fearmongering Stop the AVN were also in on the anti-Tenpenny hysteria. Pathetic.


dr bob searsIn other news, lately we’ve had to endure an utterly ridiculous measles fear campaign. U.S. paediatrician, Dr Bob Sears, was interviewed on the subject of measles. After seeing how his words were cut and twisted he commented, “The media has an agenda”.

In the aftermath of the fear campaign, California is now seeking to take away the rights of citizens as to vaccine choice and is seeking to pass this senate bill.

In the light of this, Dr Sears wrote to the Orange County Register:

“If vaccines were harmless to every single person who received them, then I could understand putting this decision in the hands of our elected officials. But here are two salient facts:

• About 2,000 severe reactions are reported to the CDC each year which result in prolonged hospitalization, permanent disability, or death. Most reactions aren’t even reported, so the true number may be even higher. Yet, because they can’t be proven, the medical community denies that they can happen.

• Over $3 billion have been paid out to victims of vaccine reactions. Not $3 million. Not $30 million. Not even $300 million. But $3 billion. Are we paying that much money to victims of pretend reactions? I think not.

You might think it’s the actual measles outbreak that is responsible for the current political hysteria. But it is not. Instead, it is a carefully crafted opportunistic attempt to overstate what measles could potentially do to our nation. It is what politicians, some media outlets, and some in the medical community are trying to portray measles to be.”


dr jack wolfsonCardiologist Jack Wolfson has come under fire of late for taking a pro-choice stance.

“It should be the parents’ decision, it should be their informed consent, they should know the risks and the benefits of any procedure they choose whether it’s cardiology-wise or certainly vaccines.”

As a result of his public stance on the subject of vaccination, Dr Wolfson is now being investigated by the Arizona Medical Board.

Witch hunt, anyone?



What we need to fear in this world is NOT those who stand up for truth, but those who try to bury it. Those who try to bury the truth are clearly quite low to the ground and prefer to be in the dirt. Yes, they are grubby, indeed.




Chef Pete Evans puts poop in Paleo pudding, says it’s natural


pete evansNo, of course he bloomin’ well doesn’t put it in. Yet, the media is becoming so desperate by the day that it wouldn’t surprise me at all if they next came up with a ridiculous headline like the one above. I’m sure there are some good journalists out there. Unfortunately, some journalists seem intent on putting themselves across in a way that presents as biased, blinkered and thick as pigshi…..ahem….pudding.

Chef Pete Evans has come under increasing fire lately from nitwits. I pity such journalists, in that there can surely be little satisfaction to be gained in knowing that your articles are found valid only by those who don’t have the sense they were born with. The motto of these journalists appears to be “Let the dumbing-down continue!”

Pete Evans has had the “audacity” to promote a Paleo lifestyle, and has been relentlessly attacked in the media for the perfectly dastardly crime of attempting to educate people as to how they can improve their own health. How dare he speak out against the (outdated and woefully incorrect) food pyramid?  How very dare he speak out about the Heart Foundation tick of approval? Never mind that the tick is given to margarine, frozen pizza and other so-called foods that you wouldn’t even feed to a dog. Anyone with even a modicum of common sense finds the Heart Foundation tick of approval to be an utter joke and a scam. As far as I’m concerned, that $hit tick should be given the flick.


One of the more amusing slights against Evans this year came when so-called journalists referred to him as a “fluoride denier”. Hahahahahaha! They called him a fluoride denier, as though it were a bad thing. Apparently, renegade Pete has a “beaming celebrity smile that hides a dirty dental secret”. Hilarious. Oh, yes, those evil fluoride deniers.  We’d better watch out for them and their wicked, wicked ways.


Just yesterday there was another silly article published about Evans. More carrying on about the fact that he doesn’t support fluoridation. The author wasn’t content with trying to discredit Pete Evans. No, a crack was had at Sarah Wilson as well. Her “crime”? Wilson promotes a sugar-free lifestyle and she once dared pass her own opinion on the subject of vaccination. Tch tch. Had better put the boot into her as well. How dare Wilson speak common sense in public. It seems that natural health and natural immunity are NOT allowed. Fluoridation, medication and $hit-for-food are perfectly acceptable, though. In the land of It Must Be Good For Us Because The Government Says So, that is. Otherwise known as Numpty Land. Anyone who wishes to have a go at Sarah Wilson must make sure not to be hypocritical. They must ensure they have every single one of the 271 vaccines that are currently in development. Or every one of them that comes to fruition, at least. Remember, it’s “No Jab, No Play”. *eye roll*


Here’s a special message for those who choose to keep their head in the sand when it comes to such matters: Drink up all the fluoridated water you please. If you choose a known neurotoxin as your thirst-quencher, go for your life. If you choose to believe the myths about water fluoridation, you go right ahead and have your misguided beliefs. Just don’t expect others to lap up the water and the lies. Be aware that every time you speak up in defence of water fluoridation, it becomes evident that you wouldn’t know if your ar$e was on fire. Oh, look! Your ar$e actually is on fire. What an odd coincidence that is. I have some very nice fluoride-free water right here if you’d like to use it to douse your ar$e. A reverse-osmosis filter is a wonderful thing, indeed.


Earlier this year, a well-known Australian magazine published a selection of Pete Evans’ recipes. They were clearly Paleo recipes but weren’t labelled as such. In recent times, this same magazine published an online article indicating that the British Dietetic Association ranked the Paleo diet as the second worst celebrity-endorsed regime, with first place being taken out by Urine Therapy. The Dietitians Association of Australian agreed with this assessment, stating that the BDA had “nailed it”.

Sponsors of The Dietitians Association of Australia just might have their nose out of joint because Evans is speaking the truth about food. I suspect that the truths he shares don’t sit well with particular sponsors of the DAA – for example, Arnotts, Nestle, Dairy Australia, and Grains and Legumes Nutrition Council. It must be a “concern” when a well-known person (with many thousands of followers) advocates a low-carb lifestyle, free from junkfood, dairy and grains.


Fortunately, Evans has managed to maintain a sense of humour, in the face of the constant barrage of trashy articles aimed at discrediting him. He quipped, “I am slightly pissed off by the urine drinkers for taking out first place… Haha! Maybe next year we can beat them to top place, but not at their own game… ewww!”.


Professor Timothy Noakes related a very interesting fact in the brilliant documentary, Cereal Killers. He mentioned that if diabetics switched to a low-carb lifestyle, six pharmaceutical companies would be put out of business, due to the drop in sales of insulin products.


Many in this world have a vested interest in keeping people fat and sick. That is a troubling fact. A chef promoting a healthy lifestyle? That is NOT troubling. Enough with the witch hunt, already. Unless, of course, you (the media) wish to portray yourselves as a bunch of tosspots. Actually, to be honest, you’ve already achieved that.


Meanwhile, as the media have had their toss-a-thon over the last couple of years, those who have eyes to see have clearly noticed a post-Paleo change in Pete Evans’ appearance. He and his family are glowing with health – as are the true-health advocates he surrounds himself with. May they all keep powering on with the wonderful work they are doing.


Vaccine promoter has shares in GSK


Well, well, well. Just when you think the vaccine-pushers couldn’t get any lower….

This post could almost be considered a postscript to my previous one, A very special message for vaxtremists.

In that post I mentioned vaccine promoter, Dorit Reiss. If there’s a conversation about vaccination online, Dorit has her nose in it. She will do anything to promote vaccines, even down to telling people that she, herself, is considering taking a cervical cancer vaccine. Even though, wait for it, there is no point in giving such a vaccine to a person after they’ve become sexually active. Considering the fact that she has already given birth and, to my knowledge, not been lauded as the next Virgin Mary, I think we can safely assume that she’s done the business. Anyone who has done even the most cursory reading about Gardasil or Cervarix, understands that there is no point in giving the vaccine to a person once they’ve become sexually active and presumably become exposed to HPV types 16 and 18. As Dorit has read up about vaccination, what can one assume other than that she’s being disingenuous in telling people she’s considering having the vaccine?


In a previous post about Gardasil, Dr Diane Harper, the principal investigator in the Gardasil trials, was quoted “…the same women could choose a lifetime of Pap screening and be afforded the same protection against cervical cancer as they would get from vaccination”. Dr Harper also made the point that, unlike cervical cancer vaccines, “Pap smears have never killed anyone”.


It turns out that Dorit, the vaccine pusher, has shares in GlaxoSmithKline. This fact can be seen if one scrolls through the beginning of the contents of this link, after clicking download.  Read here and here about GSK corruption. I consider the fact that Dorit has shares in GSK to be a disgraceful conflict of interest for one who is so actively and blatantly trawling all over the internet, pushing people to having vaccines. Dorit also actively encouraged State Farm insurance not to employ Rob Schneider because of Rob’s personal views on the subject of vaccination.

Other possible conflicts of interest in relation to Dorit are mentioned here.

Dorit is against individuals using a religious exemption to avoid vaccination. If people like Dorit have their way, those in the U.S. who wish to avoid vaccines containing human diploid cell cultures made from foetuses (WI-38 and MRC-5 cell cultures), would be mandated to have them. In my opinion, anyone who tries to take away the rights of others in this regard is on the wrong path in life. Anyone who has shares in a pharmaceutical company and actively pushes others to use vaccines? I think it’s unconscionable conduct. I think it’s disgusting.

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A very special message for vaxtremists


Actor Rob Schneider made a commercial for State Farm Insurance. Rob Schneider supports vaccine choice. Yes, he recognises that people should be able to make their own choices when it comes to the use of medical interventions. Did the commercial have anything whatsoever to do with vaccination? No, it didn’t. It was an ad about insurance.


Due to a social media blitz by brainless bleaters and trolling troglodytes, State Farm has caved to pressure and pulled the commercial. The company has kowtowed to flat-earthers.


Dorit Reiss, professional vaccine-pusher, even got in on the act, tweeting to State Farm “Don’t hire anti-vaxer Rob Schneider!”

Unless Dorit is going to personally turn up and wipe the (_!_) of vaccine-injured children, she should pull her head in and LET OTHERS MAKE THEIR OWN CHOICES. To encourage a company to sack someone because of their personal beliefs is utterly pathetic and smacks of desperation. Utterly, utterly, low and incredibly pathetic. Alas, it is exactly the type of behaviour that one can expect from vaxtremists, the classic anti-freedom fearmongers.


This special message goes out to Dorit and other professional vaccine-pushers. And it even goes out to the everyday vaccine-pushers. Those who actually don’t know anything about the subject of vaccination, yet carry on like geese on social media about smallpox, polio and herd immunity.


Actually, before I get to the very special message, here’s a tip - particularly for the everyday vaccine-pushers. This goes out to those who say idiotic things such as “Unvaccinated people should go and live on an island!” or “My vaccinated child got chickenpox from an unvaccinated child!” The minute you start carrying on about smallpox, polio or herd immunity, those of us who have actually managed to inform ourselves on these subjects, know instantly that you know absolutely nothing whatsoever about the subject of vaccination. So unless you want to look like an utter goose, possibly refrain from mentioning those things and perhaps go and do some reading on the subject. Note: the pamphlets that are sent home from school with the kiddies don’t count. For a start, read about the redefinition of polio.


Now, to the point. This very special message goes out to all the vaccine-pushers. Those who wish to take away the freedoms of others. Those vaccine-pushers who never question a thing. There are 200 new vaccines in the pipeline at the moment. Feel free to roll up your sleeve and have each and every one of them – for that is your choice. And I do hope that your employment is never called into question because of your personal beliefs - as Rob Schneider’s was.


To Dorit and all the other vaccine-pushers…..


vaccinate this