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From: marcia on 5 May 2006 09:47
Mark Probert wrote:
> It is listed under "medical fiction".
> John gets a nice mention.
Website: whale.to: ... a large and slightly sorted collection of
conspiracy theory save the whale, illuminati, "weird science" and stuff
which is not corrected to reflect demonstrated mistakes.
So, he's one of the leading men in the anti-vac field?
From: john on 5 May 2006 10:15
"Peter Bowditch" <myfirstname(a)ratbags.com> wrote in message
> "john" <scu23(a)btinternet.com> wrote:
>>"I found that the whole vaccine business was indeed a gigantic hoax. Most
>>doctors are convinced that they are useful, but if you look at the proper
>>statistics and study the instances of these diseases you will realize that
>>this is not so."--Dr Kalokerinos MD June 1995
> I mentioned to Marcia that these people are mad. I saw Dr Kalokerinos
> on stage once and he is the most insane person I have ever seen
> outside a mental hospital. He stood there in front of a crowd of
> several hundred people and said that the WHO and the Save The Children
> Fund were engaged in a policy of deliberate genocide which would "put
> Hitler and Stalin in the shade". And we are supposed to take this
> arsehole seriously?
"For a pediatrician to attack what has become the "bread and butter"
(vaccines) of pediatric practice is equivalent to a priest denying the
infallibility of the pope.-------Dr Robert Mendelsohn, M.D.
From: Vaccine-man on 5 May 2006 10:41
Focus...focus...focus. Not "hocus pocus".
From: Mark Probert on 5 May 2006 10:47
> Mark Probert wrote:
>> It is listed under "medical fiction".
>> John gets a nice mention.
> Website: whale.to: ... a large and slightly sorted collection of
> conspiracy theory save the whale, illuminati, "weird science" and stuff
> which is not corrected to reflect demonstrated mistakes.
> So, he's one of the leading men in the anti-vac field?
Well, I would not call him a leading man....
From: marcia on 5 May 2006 11:38
> I do not agree with Peter Bowditch here. I would not call someone the
> 'most insane person I have ever seen' because it gives you the problem
> that all other persons must then be ranked below that person.
No, no. Only other people Peter Bowditch has actually seen... if he
hasn't personally laid eyes on them, they may still fall above Dr. K in
the heirarchy of insanity. I think he's leaving room for additions and
I'm going to go out on a limb here and infer he's mainly classifying
people he's seen whose lips were moving.