“Don’t let the world around you squeeze you into its own mould, but let God re-mould your minds from within...”
Romans 12:2

No one logged in. Log in

Hilary's Desk

Dollars and Sense

Hilary Butler - Sunday, January 10, 2010

New uber expensive cancer drugs like Taxol, Tarceva (the price was increased because it worked better than expected) Avastin, (at a cost of $100,000 for a year in 2006) , and Herceptin (costing $NZ100.000 for a year in 2007), have one thing in common with Gardasil.  Continue Reading


Part Eight Gardasil and Mark Probert

Hilary Butler - Sunday, January 10, 2010

Yes, Mark we were waiting for the first utterance from vaccine defenders.   Continue Reading


Part Three Carm and Jasmine Renata

Hilary Butler - Monday, January 04, 2010

In October 2009, Rhonda Renata emailed me about the death of her daughter Jasmine on 22nd September 2009. She had emailed John Key, Tony Ryall, and a few others and had got the usual fluff political responses from a dogma-ingrained system. From the time of Jasmine’s death, she had scoured the internet and found many cases of Gardasil recipients who had had similar stories to Jasmine. She wanted answers as to her daughter’s death, and wanted to know what to do next.  Continue Reading


Joined at the hip.

Hilary Butler - Wednesday, November 25, 2009

What’s the difference between climate change and the provaccine zealots ?  Continue Reading


Unskeptical skeptics

Hilary Butler - Friday, November 20, 2009

Over the last few years, there has been an unprecedented attack on anything loosely described as “alternative” medicine, by those who call themselves skeptics.  Continue Reading


Polypill and indulgences

Hilary Butler - Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Did you see this gem of a programme?. The worried well are killing themselves by shelling out lots of money on vitamins. Vitamins cause more deaths than second hand smoking. Never mind that the data is pure bunk. What did you think? Scared witless now? The “truth” of this matter couldn’t be funnier. Or sicker, depending on what meaning you put to the term “sick joke”.  Continue Reading


More indulgences

Hilary Butler - Monday, November 16, 2009

Medicine has it’s own share of “indulgences” too, which most people don’t think about. Wouldn’t you think that modern medicine in all it’s TV swept up glory could have found a “cure” for the common cold by 2009? After all, it “knows” so much. It knows that a cure for a cold would make redundant billions of dollars in sales for the useless over the counter drugs alleged to ease the agony of a cold. Why do we hear, even today, that BECAUSE pharmaceutical medicine says it has no cures for measles, whooping cough, chickenpox, polio, Hepatitis B etc, that vaccines are the answer. A cure for any disease, would negate vaccines injected into every body on earth. When it comes to vaccines, wouldn’t you think that the medical profession, in 2009, could come up with something better than animal cells, toxic chemicals, untested adjuvants, and denatured bacteria, or viruses passaged through human amnion, dog kidney cells and a variety of other animal substrates? Why would you do that, when you can make yet another industry off the miseries from vaccines, while at the same time, cultivating the belief that these miseries have nothing at all to do with the vaccine? Continue Reading


Indulgences

Hilary Butler - Sunday, November 15, 2009

History Buffs will know all about “indulgences”. To put it colloquially, this is where the Roman Catholic church said, “if you don’t give us money to pray for your dead relatives they will languish in purgatory for long periods before they get to Heaven’s gate.” I see, that the Roman Catholic church is revitalizing the “indulgences” doctrine.  Continue Reading