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Romans 12:2

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WHOs Uber tax.

Hilary Butler - Friday, January 29, 2010

Just when you thought it couldn't get worse for WHO, it has. Perhaps they looked at the amount of money Bill Gates was slinging around at vaccines over the next ten years, and thought..."Well, if he gets that much from selling computers, then think how much we can rake off people who USE his computers, however they use them!!?!!"  Voila. Brilliant... What an idea. Let's tax every email, all internet use, etc, as described neatly, by James Corbett at Global ResearchContinue Reading


Be a good little early bird please?

Hilary Butler - Monday, January 25, 2010

You know the old saying, “where there’s smoke there’s fire”. In the World Health Organisation’s case, it’s a blazing inferno. Not only is Dr Fukuda fighting for WHO’s reputation through clenched teeth, he appears not to realise just how deep is the hole he’s digging for himself is. What Fukuda also forgets is that not everyone is ignorant to the machinations of drug companies, so let’s take a wee walk down history lane to discuss a few seemingly unrelated events. Remember this from 9 October 2008?  Continue Reading


More WHO swine flu porkies.

Hilary Butler - Wednesday, January 20, 2010

On 14th January 2010, the WHO put out a press release stating that they had not changed the definition of pandemic mid-way through the Swine flu, in order to ramp up sales of an unnecessary vaccine for a virus which did not fit their previous definition of the word "pandemic". Their porky comes after a European governing body announced a formal investigation of WHO for consistently scaremongering H1N1 into something dangerous, when it is not even as bad as normal flu, and...according to them... doing it because WHO experts  have their hands in the "pharma tills" big time. Continue Reading


A fourth death in Gardasil age group

Hilary Butler - Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Thanks to an observant reader of the blog, who sent me this link, a fourth "mysterious" death has come to light. There is a new term for these deaths. They are being called Sudden Adult Death Syndrome". So there you go. What this means is you shouldn't be surprised when a "child" of any age, dies in their sleep Continue Reading


But let's get rid of alternative medicine!

Hilary Butler - Monday, January 18, 2010

We all like things to be safe, and whatever we buy, or accept from a doctor, to not kill people, right?  Continue Reading


The limitations of Gardasil safety trials

Hilary Butler - Monday, January 18, 2010

We've all heard how wonderfully safe Gardasil is. The many trials that were done, and blended into one. The literature brims with glowing recommendations, with only a few inconsiderate pesky naysayers getting in the way of the the vaccine publicity machine. Continue Reading


Will there be a whitewash, or action?

Hilary Butler - Sunday, January 17, 2010

The likely response from the Ministry of Health will be mathematical platitudes to the tune of lots of cervical cancer prevented; X percentage of adolescents have received (the first shot of) Gardasil, and X number of doses have been given, blah blah blah. But that’s a sop, and not nearly good enough. We’ve heard it all before, and we know it’s not what parents see.  Continue Reading


Jasmine

Hilary Butler - Thursday, January 14, 2010

Jasmine was a very healthy girl, with no history of any health issues at all. After her first Gardasil vaccine (NJ02260) on 18th September, Jasmine broke out with warts on her hands, and her skin and moods changed. The warts were burned off of the 20th October, and didn’t come back. After the second vaccine (NJ11440) on 18th November , her moods were worse, and the warts were back within two weeks and were burned off on the 28th January. After Jasmine’s third vaccine (NJ11440) on 17th March, like clockwork, within two weeks, the warts were back, like clockwork, for yet a third time. Continue Reading


Stevie

Hilary Butler - Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Stevie had a history of being born premature, tonsils and appendix out; left alternating extropia, (which got worse after Gardasil); allergy to citrus, and like her brother, didn’t handle the babyhood vaccines easily. She spiked high temperatures and cried a lot. Stevie also has an anti-trypsin MZ type deficiency, which meant that she was often prescribed antibiotics early in infections or they would become very bad. Continue Reading


Challenge dechallenge rechallenge

Hilary Butler - Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Ever heard of something called “challenge”, “dechallenge” … “rechallenge” (CDR)? It goes like this. Give a person like me, antibiotics (challenge), and the body happens to go nuts. Big rash (urticaria). But as a doc you aren’t sure, so you stop the drug for a while (dechallenge), and then give it again (rechallenge). Result = Big rash, face and neck swells and I can't breath. The rechallenge proved that the antibiotic was causing the reaction. The same principle applies to all drugs, foods, whatever. It could be called “immunology 101” Real basic. Or you would think, right?  Continue Reading