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Who Names Diseases?

The naming of diseases has always been as much about politics and the human need to identify a scapegoat, as it has been about accurately labelling a new threat to life. 52 more words


Realising Your Limits #parenting

March 2009

Sophie cleared the plates. Mark, her son, back from university for Easter didn’t help. In her head she told him what she thought. ‘So any plans for the summer?’ 937 more words


Can vaccination trigger Sweet's syndrome?

Sweet’s syndrome triggered by vaccination.

There is some medical evidence to show that certain vaccinations can potentially trigger Sweet’s syndrome, but this is incredibly rare, and it is important to take the following information into consideration: 1,295 more words

Sweet's Syndrome

Grand deception in virus and disease research

Grand deception in virus and disease research

by Jon Rappoport

March 31, 2017

Public health officials usually fail to announce their reasons for claiming a particular virus causes a particular disease; they make those claims in an arbitrary authoritarian fashion. 1,175 more words

Medical Fraud

H1N1 Warning

Sri Lankan media has been reporting a new outbreak of H1N1 virus (aka. Swine Flu) on the island. So what does this mean for people travelling to and from the country? 281 more words

Sri Lanka

Hey Andrew Witty And Emma Walmsley? What Do You Have To Say To This Kid About Your Pandemrix Drug? Was Patient Safety The Number One Priority Or Was It Profits For GSK?

Swine flu jab made me see dead people’: Boy, 11, left with devastating sleeping sickness after jab


Tragic Sam Forbes needs around 15 naps a day and sees and smells dead people in his nightmares after having the NHS jab in the 2010 epidemic when he was four… 645 more words


One More Reason Never To Trust The CDC

Source: NoMoreFakeNews.com | JonRappoport.wordpress.com
Jon Rappoport
March 12, 2017

CBS has published the names of sites they claim are fake news. Well, what about CBS itself? 966 more words