Pharma Industry

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by BrainStorm, Feb 14, 2015.

  1. A.O.T.F Member

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  2. BrainStorm Member

    I don't know much about this Dr Russell Blaylock, but here is an interesting talk he did about vaccines.

    For whomever is interested in the subject:
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  3. Cognitio Member

    Never heard of him, thanks!
    I will check it out.
  4. Django Member

    I had the measles in 1958 or '59, 3-4 years old. I don't know how close I came to dying, but I was very, very sick.

    A pal in high school contracted polio, literally months before the Salk vaccine became available. Crutches, wheelchair, etc. He was a great guy, from a wealthy family, but no prom for him.

    The anti-vaxxers are trying to kill you. Get vaccinated, If you're a breeder, get your kids vaccinated. Vaccination is the most successful public health initiative in the history of the world. The risks are minimal, to the point of non-existence. The benefits (stop me if you've heard this) are legion.

    Do it. Pay no attention to these disgusting, clueless scumbags trying to talk you out of it, no matter how great they look in a Playboy centerfold.

    Get your shots. All of 'em...
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  5. Cognitio Member

    So you are telling me that, giving a 1 year old baby, a total of 36 vaccines is perfectly fine?
    It is interesting that you speak of polio:
    This Dr Russel Blaylock also talks about polio, you should definitely watch it.
    I prefer to question than to believe something without evidence, and there seems to be controversial proof that something is wrong:
    Hard to believe because this would mean it was intentional.
    Making me question what I believed was true, but I guess that is part of growing up.
    In general, people don't like this, it's like telling a christian that god doesn't exist.
    ...cognitive dissonance
  6. DeathHamster Member

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  7. White Tara Global Moderator

    WUUUUT there's a profit being made off of this claptrap? nuff said :D
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  8. Cognitio Member

    "Despite mountains of evidence to the contrary, Blaylock maintains that vaccines cause Lou Gehrig's disease (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, a disease of the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord that control voluntary muscle movement)"

    These so called mountains of evidence... give me one about the study of mercury on the human body.
  9. Yeah, but the chiropractor stuff feels nice u.u
  10. See, the "more autism since vaccinations start" thing always frustrates me. When aspirin was discovered, more people used it, did that mean more people had headaches because of aspirin? When doctors discovered breast cancer and were able to diagnose it properly did more women get breast cancer?No, more are diagnosed because a diagnosis was possible. The same with autism. The more the scientific community studies it, understands it and can identify the symptoms, more people who had previously not been able to be diagnosed will be.
  11. Hugh Bris Member

    There were changes in how autism was defined.
    as they say, correlation is not causation
  12. BrainStorm Member

    Exactly, how is it normal to give babies so many vaccines in US, when in EU countries, they give half that amount.
    That polio graphic is very interesting lol
    I understand your point, but then, what is the causation of vaccine courts?
    Why are they run in secret with no real judge? (no joke, search for yourself)
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  13. White Tara Global Moderator

    Oh no, you just repeated yourself about the vax courts, Now some may consider that spamming, op, and spam threads go domeside, So check yourself and your agenda.

    TL/DR Do you never tire of talking to yourself?
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  14. BrainStorm Member

    Not intended to repeat myself, I am answering "correlation is not causation".
  15. Ersatz Global Moderator

    That has nothing to do with the post, but way to go on trying to keep this lame discussion going.
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  17. SAMEFAGSAMRFAG thanking samefag
  18. Socks don't work when they sound the same *dances
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  19. hypocrisy Member

    Amazing how much hypocrisy is presented in this forum. The repeated harassment and child like behavior is astonishing.
    To call yourself part of Anonymous, then blatantly refuse to use critical thinking, is laughable to say the least.

    You live in a small world where Scientology is the only enemy... its sad to see.
    This forum should be called Chanology, because that is ur only interest, anything else will be thrown out of discussion.
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  20. Django Member


    Well, at least you didn't bring up Wakefield
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  21. White Tara Global Moderator

    Actually the full spectrum of preventative vaccinations are staggered across five years from early infancy onward. So this statement is either ignorance or or agenda pushing, you tell me. :rolleyes:
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  22. Ogsonofgroo Member

    ^^^ Dumber than a bag of hammers thar (post #82 dude/dudette thingy), tell me, when you joined here did you even bother to read the information supplied to noobs like yourself? Though there are some core initiatives here, most members tend to be pretty reasonable on off-topic stuff too, even some of the moon-bat shite, but often it is boring, repetitive, and inane to some too, and thusly you'll get an earful, and frankly Scarlette, iffin ya ain't prepared or haz a thin skin, then you are in the wrong place matey.
    Oh good Dog, the enemies, they're fucking everywhere, thinking that this site is somehow magically capable of dealing with all the world's strife and grief (what ever) is kind of naive on your behalf.

    done der now troll, see ya.
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  23. Django Member

    A. You'd get more mercury in your system from a fish meal at a restaurant than you would from an MMR vaccine. Except that.....

    B. Despite the aforementioned mountains of evidence that mercury in vaccines had no effect on autism rates, the vaccine industry caved to clueless Wakefield worshipers and stopped using mercury ca. 1999 or so. This had no effect on Autism rates.

    C. What did have an effect on Autism rates is, they've been re-defining what Autism is in the past couple of decades, moving previously undefined conditions such as Asbergers into the Autism spectrum.This has resulted in an uptick in reported Autism rates, but the actual rate hasn't changed.

    Vaccines do not result in Autism. Measles can result in death. Polio does result in disablement.

    Get Vaccinated. The risks aren't zero, but are infinitesimal. The alternative is a return to the dark ages.
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  24. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Here it is folks. The raisin d'être for these threads
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  25. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Yupperz Dis, we are all obviously basement dwellers totally incapable of more than one subject.... :rolleyes:
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  26. Anonymous Member

    I'll see your raisin and raise you a raison d'être!
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  27. Ogsonofgroo Member

    I now craving hermits wit raisins and nuts... just sayin'.

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  28. anonononon Member

    So much derail, so much ignorance.
    Let me teach me derail u into something useful from the interwebz:
    What is Critical Thinking? Good question my child.
    "The goal of critical thinking is to arrive at the most reasonable beliefs and take the most reasonable actions. We have evolved, however, not to seek the truth, but to survive and reproduce. Critical thinking is an unnatural act. By nature, we're driven to confirm and defend our current beliefs, even to the point of irrationality. We are prone to reject evidence that conflicts with our beliefs and to attack those who offer such evidence."

    Something to hurt your brain now,
    Google these names if you are interested in researching instead of talking sh*t:
    Tomi Bark - Center for Disease Prevention & Rehearsal
    Alan Philips - Vaccine Rights Attorney
    Vera Sharav - Alliance for Human Research Protection
    Mish Michaels - Researcher
    Nancy Banks - Obstetrics & Gynecology
    Mary Holland - Research Scholar
    Janet Levitan - Pediatrician

    Instead of attacking because you want to defend your ignorant beliefs, do some research.
    Don't regurgitate what they repeat to you in every channel, radio and newspaper.
    Don't be afraid to use your brain.
  29. Disambiguation Global Moderator

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  30. DeathHamster Member

    No you.

    You're not the first person in the door spouting nonsense about the vaccine apocalypse. You aren't even the tenth person. You're the fucking just-off-the-production-line product from that clone factory.

    We're tried being nice. We've tried rational argument. We tried quoting respectable sources. What a waste of time!

    None of it produced any dialog in any real sense.

    You're just the latest whiny fucking moron who looks exactly like all those other samefags.



    Fuck you vaxzombie!
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  31. There is that thing I was talking about lol
    "We are prone to reject evidence that conflicts with our beliefs and to attack those who offer such evidence."

    What respectable sources did you present to me?
    I keep getting the same types of answers here, so yea samefags, same bullsh*t sources, same immature verbal abuse.
    "BOOM Headshot" lol u entertain me, that is all you are doing here.
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  32. DeathHamster Member

    Read all the previous threads on this and stop wasting everyone's time.
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  33. DeathHamster Member

    And we can't present "respectable sources" because you dismiss them all as part of your imaginary friends network conspiracy, while you present videos from people who are either lucky to still have a medical license to practice, lost it, or never had one.
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  34. White Tara Global Moderator

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  35. White Tara Global Moderator

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  36. Ersatz Global Moderator

    Mr. Hypocrisy, both sides have presented evidence. It would seem that the majority here do not agree with the evidence presented by those who are against vaccines. Simply because one side has not been able to convince the other to agree with their viewpoint is not laughable, it is the nature of this particular topic. There are some very strong scientific minds here who require facts and peer reviewed studies, not chem trails and conspiracy.

    Remember, anonymous is not your friend. Anonymous is trolls and geeks who will chew you up and spit you out if you are viewed as a moon bat. It would seem that the hive here sees you as a moon bat. Welcome to anonymous.

    tl;dr just because most don't agree with you doesn't make everyone here a hypocrite. Continued whining that no one likes you and is picking on you because of it is only making you a chew toy.

    Carry on.
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  37. Ersatz Global Moderator

    I neglected to address the Chanology part, yes, that is the reason the forum was founded. Since then we have added forums for Opinnocence, No rape and freedom of speech. Lurk more before you whine please.
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  38. i have aspergers... i wouldn't say it should be considered autism whatsoever...
  39. Ersatz Global Moderator

    Great topic for a new thread. I think this one has its hands full with this topic.
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