December 22, 2014
The shamelessness of vaccine pushers knows no limits. Even when the vaccine admittedly doesn’t work — as the CDC has openly admitted — the mainstream media, drug companies and vaccine zealots keep pushing it on everyone.
All those same people and institutions are simultaneously attacking Dr. Oz, primarily because Oz refuses to promote pharmaceuticals as the answer to everybody’s health problems. Dr. Oz teaches people how to eat healthy, make informed choices and prevent degenerative disease. In response to that, the Washington Post shamelessly posts a hit-piece story on Dr. Oz entitled, “Half of Dr. Oz’s medical advice is baseless or wrong, study says.”
The study, predictably, was published in the widely discredited pro-pharmaceutical British Medical Journal, the same journal that gets the majority of its funding from drug companies and vaccine manufacturers who have a vested interest in silencing anyone who teaches people how to prevent disease. The BMJ has a long history of vicious, intellectually dishonest smear attacks on any scientist who questions the safety of vaccines, and in 2011 it was revealed that the BMJ had secret financial ties to Merck while it was publishing hit pieces attacking Dr. Wakefield. Dr. Wakefield later demanded a retraction from the BMJ after documents emerged that proved Dr. Wakefield’s innocence.
Vaccines are openly promoted even when everyone admits they don’t work
When it comes to promoting vaccines, of course, no evidence that they really work is required at all. “The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports widespread flu activity in 29 states,” reports CBS News. “Health experts say part of the problem is that this year’s vaccine doesn’t provide protection for H3N2, the strain of the influenza that’s currently making the rounds.”
And yet, astonishingly, the story tells people they should get the flu shot anyway! “However, the CDC and other health experts still recommend people go for the vaccine,” CBS News reports. “LaPook added this news shouldn’t discourage people from getting a flu shot. Even if the vaccine is less effective than usual, it will still be better than no protection at all.”
Now, consider the outright contradiction in logic you are witnessing in all this. Dr. Oz, we are told, is “bad” because he recommends things that aren’t proven to work according to the biased evidence standards of the pharmaceutical establishment such as making healthy food choices, which the pharmaceutical industry will never pay to have studied in clinical trials because there’s no profit in it). And yet vaccines are “good” even when the health authorities admit they don’t work for this year’s most dominant circulating flu strain.
Vaccines, in other words, need no evidence of efficacy at all and yet they are still aggressively pushed by the very same groups that attack Dr. Oz for giving “baseless” health advice.
The reason why they want you to be injected with mercury
Hmmm… No wonder they still put mercury in flu shots. To get people to swallow the big lie that flu vaccines are good for them, you have to give them a bit of brain damage first. And mercury is the perfect way to accomplish that.
Once mainstream health consumers are “soft lobotomized” with mercury in flu shots, you can tell them absolutely any illogical, contradictory, quack-based vaccine lie imaginable: “Sure, they don’t work, but you should take them anyway! There’s a small chance they might help you! Some protection is better than none!” If the same silly claims were attached to anything other than a flu shot, they would be called quackery. Can you imagine an herbal product supplier openly admitting their formula doesn’t work but people should take it anyway because “it might work if you’re lucky and some protection is better than none?” The claim would be widely ridiculed as quackery by everyone in the media and scientific establishment. But for vaccines, this loose logic is apparently good enough to slide.
Quackery is perfectly acceptable as long as it advocates vaccines
At what point, if ever, will the mainstream media recognize the outright quackery of the flu shot pushers? And isn’t the claim that flu shots are grounded in “evidence-based medicine” obviously hilarious at this point?
Where’s the “evidence” that flu shots work? It doesn’t exist. It’s all made up. Flu shots are “imaginary medicine” based on the magical thinking and willful lies of the vaccine establishment.
And finally, isn’t it time Dr. Oz reconsidered his own support of flu shots? After all, he’s only promoting the very institution that’s labeling him a quack for teaching people how to eat healthy and prevent disease. Dr. Oz is a very smart man, and he knows full well that flu shots are largely a joke.
Of course, if he said this publicly on his show, they would boot him off the air for good. Because the scientific dictatorship under which we all live today has zero tolerance for any intelligent person asking intelligent questions about flu shots. In the same way that Galileo was condemned for stating the sun was the center of the solar system — the heliocentric model — today’s intelligent thought pioneers who question the faith-based irrationality of the vaccine industry are also widely condemned and ridiculed… even when they are just as right as Galileo.
Vaccines, you see, are a RELIGION. They are a dogma. That’s precisely why no evidence is needed in order to “believe” they might work for you. It’s also why no scientific scrutiny is allowed to question the faith.
The difference between Dr. Oz and the pharmaceutical industry is that Dr. Oz is trying to prevent disease while the pharmaceutical industry is trying to profit from it.
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