Just as I’ve written out another cheque to the council, I am becoming very interested in people all up and down the land opting to enter into lawful rebellion and querying payment of their council tax. Freeman videos abound on the net, but I found this one of the most interesting. More videos will follow with a more UK-based slant soon….
Published by NHF UK admin on October 16th, 2011
by Danielle Bryant BSYA (N.Th.)
|To Immunise or Not To Immunise – THAT is the Question! It certainly is a question that only YOU can answer whether it immunising your baby or having the flu vaccine.I am hoping that this analysis of and insight into the propaganda surrounding the vaccine and immunisation drives by local health authorities will help you to see how your logical thoughts are manipulated to make you afraid NOT TO vaccinate. This is done mainly by fallacies which are tricks that can stop you thinking logically, and can therefore alter your decisions and even beliefs!|
The vaccination campaigns are almost all based upon a fallacy that appeals to our emotions and the emotion they use is fear. When we are afraid, especially for our health and the health of our children, we will do anything to help ourselves, but in truth this is just making us more vulnerable to misinformation.
They also encourage us to make an assumption. The assumption that if something is believed to do something good then it isn’t bad (or at least can’t be THAT bad).
|This advert is clearly trying to belittle the HPV vaccine, trying to demonstrate that it is a matter-of-fact everyday thing. Also in this way putting the message across that it is not serious.But the truth is that it IS serious and the decision to have a vaccine that contains an ingredient that made EVERY rat tested on STERILE should not be taken lightly at all!|
List of fallacies that I have found in this very short advert (after only a short while, I could maybe write a lot more if I had a lot more time!)
Fallacy 1: Appeal to Common Practice – if everyone does it then it is OK for me to do. This is shown by all the pupils going about their day and having the vaccine.
Fallacy 2: Appeal to Popularity – most people approve of this so it must be OK.
Fallacy 3: Bandwagon – everyone else does it so I will too or otherwise I may not be accepted. This is shown by linking arms with her friend, both getting the vaccine together.
Fallacy 4: Questionable cause – HPV and cervical cancer sometimes occur together so HPV must cause cervical cancer (this has been proved NOT to be the case by the FDA without the presence of an infection). In the words of the FDA: “Based on new scientific information published in the past 15 years, it is now generally agreed that identifying and typing HPV infection does not bear a direct relationship to stratification of the risk for cervical cancer. Most acute infections caused by HPV are self-limiting [1, 4-7]. …Repeated sequential transient HPV infections, even when caused by ‘high-risk’ HPVs, are characteristically not associated with high risk of developing squamous intraepithelial lesions, a precursor of cervical cancer.”
“A woman found to be positive for the same strain (genotype) of HPV on repeated testing is highly likely suffering from a persistent HPV infection and is considered to be at high risk of developing precancerous intraepithelial lesions in the cervix . It is the persistent infection, not the virus, that determines the cancer risk.” (ref:redpillreich.blogspot.com)
Fallacy 5: Appeal to Authority – the NHS are passing on information given to them by pharmaceutical salesmen, but making us think they are the experts in this, and so we trust them.
Fallacy 6 (double): Appeal to Emotion (fear) & Slippery Slope – HPV MAY occur and if it does Cervical Cancer WILL be inevitable (this is how it makes us think – not the truth!!) and this invokes our fear to be scared into having the vaccine.
And finally…calling the vaccine the “Cervical Cancer Vaccine” is extremely misleading as it does NOT protect from cancer at all. There are still many strains of HPV not covered by the vaccine and as we have just read from the FDA’s own words, it is the infection NOT the virus that can lead to cancer. But calling it this lures people into a false sense of security and gives them false information just from the name.
What makes things worse about obtaining information about vaccines is that we trust what our GPs tell us, and they generally tell us there is nothing to worry about and the vaccines ‘save lives’, but the fact is they are given increasingly large bonuses for the number of patients they vaccinate. As many surgeries/doctors come to rely on these bonuses their advice inevitably may become more profit-related than health-related.
While we are preparing further UK specific article and campaign about vaccines, please visit the extensive vaccine information section on thenhf.com website:-
see also the NHF website at http://thenhf.co.uk/
Here is an excellent article entitled “Seasonal Flu Vaccines, Are They Safe or Necessary?”
Another article by the Sovereign Independent entitled “Conclusive link now admitted: Swine Flu Vaccine causes Chronic Nervous System Disorders”
Sad to think his daughter went for another 7 years suffering this man’s behaviour before finally resorting to releasing this:
The mother joins in on the BIG MAN’s abuse too! You can see her hand at 2min 01 taking the belt from him.
Texas judge ‘needs help’, says beaten daughter
Police are investigating Texas judge William Adams after video shows him savagely beating 16-year-old daughter
Hillary Adams, who uploaded the video showing the 2004 beating, went on television in the US to explain why she had done it, and said it happened often when she was young.
Police have launched an investigation into whether her father, Aransas county court judge William Adams, committed an offence.
Hillary Adams, now 23, said she has received an outpouring of support and encouragement since posting the video last week. But her feelings were tempered by the sadness her father lashed her 17 times with a belt after threatening to beat her “into submission.”
Speaking to the Associated Press outside her mother’s home in the Gulf coast town of Portland, near Corpus Christi, she said: “I’m experiencing some regret because I just pulled the covers off my own father’s misbehaviour after so many people thought he was such a good person … But so many people are also telling me I did the right thing.”
“He’s supposed to be a judge who exercises fit judgment,” she said.
In an interview with NBC’s Today Show on Thursday, she said the attack was not a one-off. “It did happen regularly for a period of time,” she said.
In the same interview, her mother, Hallie Adams, blamed her ex-husband’s bouts of violence on his “addiction,” calling it a “family secret.” Their 22-year marriage ended in 2007.
Texas judge William Adams. Photograph: APThe judge did not return a reporter’s calls seeking comment early on Thursday.
Police in Rockport, where the 51-year-old judge lives, opened an investigation on Wednesday after receiving calls from several concerned citizens, Police chief Tim Jayroe said.
Aransas county sheriff Bill Mills said William Adams has been receiving threatening phone calls and faxes at the courthouse since the video went online.
No one answered the door on Wednesday at the judge’s home. A neighbour said she saw Adams and his girlfriend packing luggage, a briefcase and rifles into their truck.
Corpus Christi television station KZTV caught up with the judge while he was getting into his vehicle on Wednesday, and he confirmed it was him in the video. But he said it “looks worse than it is” and that he doesn’t expect to be disciplined.
“In my mind, I haven’t done anything wrong other than discipline my child after she was caught stealing,” Adams said. “And I did lose my temper, but I’ve since apologised.”
When told of her father’s comments, Hillary Adams said: “It’s a shining perfect example of his personality and he believes he can do no wrong … He will cover up rather than admit to what he did and try to come clean.”
She stressed that she did not post the video as revenge and does not want her father punished. Rather, she did it because she thinks it will force him to seek help, and because he has been harassing her and she thought posting the clip would make that stop.
“We need to reach out to victims and the abusers themselves to get people to realise what it actually is,” she said.
Hillary said she secretly videotaped the beating in her bedroom because she “knew something was about to happen.” She says her parents were angry at her for using her computer to download pirated content over the internet.
In the clip’s opening seconds, William Adams is heard telling Hillary’s mother, “Go get the belt. The big one. I’m going to spank her now.” With belt in hand, he turns off the light and tries forcing his daughter to bend over the bed to be beaten, but she refuses.
“Lay down or I’ll spank you in your fucking face,” Adams screams while he lashes her with sweeping blows across the legs, ignoring her wails and pleas for him to stop.
A screen grab of a YouTube video shows judge William Adams wielding a belt before beating his daughterA few minutes into the video, which on Thursday morning had been viewed more than 2m times, Hillary’s mother barks at her to “turn over like a 16-year-old and take it! Like a grown woman!” For about a minute, the ordeal appears to have ended after both parents leave the room and shut the door. But the judge then storms back into the room and the beating resumes.
Hallie Adams said she was “completely brainwashed and controlled” by her ex-husband.
“I did every single thing that he did,” she told NBC. Hillary Adams said she is not angry at her mother.
Child advocates roundly condemned the beating as abuse. But investigators may decide that the judge’s actions, while shocking, weren’t criminal.
David Finkelhor, a University of New Hampshire sociology professor who heads the school’s Crimes Against Children Research Center, said the lines between what is deemed child abuse and what is considered an acceptable level of discipline differ across the country and among various social groups, though the use of objects such as belts and sticks is usually seen as beyond any normal physical punishment.
Patrick Crimmins, a spokesman for the state Department of Family and Protective Services, said in an email that the agency is aware of the video and “will take the appropriate steps in this matter.” He said the agency would have no further comment.
I know how this guy feels. Well said.
Interesting times ahead. I recall seeing a young guy on the BBC news recently – he was from DEMOS – talking about the need for schools to teach young people ‘critical thinking’ while browsing on the internet. All good so far. I suppose it really depends on how this training is delivered. How I wish there was a move to teach the same wariness over what the BBC and ITV jackanory shows put out. Again I have to tick this post ‘funny’ because if you have a look at the classroom when the Demos visitor is there, tbey can barely string a sentence together.
Maybe Jamie is worried about the children going to sites like Global Research
The reaction comments to the DEMOS piece are followed in their own (quite revealing) site and are an entertaining read
And while we have all that to enjoy, christmas approaches 🙂
I remember how this made me feel when I was young. A bit of escapism is sometimes just the job…
Some people close to me tend to get quite spooked by my wariness of flu shots, in fact, all shots….so I include little snippets like these…and as always, please get in touch on the comments bar if you think any of the information is inaccurate, as it is only intended to inform and protect….
The Flu Vaccine – a discussion of facts on the label. – Coalition For Informed Choice
I ACTUALLY WALKED INTO A DOCTOR’S OFFICE
Coalition For Informed Choice
Tedd Koren, DC
The other day I walked into a doctor’s office that was advertising flu
shots and asked for a product insert for the 2011-2012 flu vaccine
(Flulaval from GlaxoSmithKline.)
She handed me a CDC one page sheet urging all people to get the flu
shot. I said, “Thanks, but can I get the actual paper that comes with
the vaccines.” She gave me an odd look (“Why would anyone want to
read that?”) but went into the back and got me one.
Before I left I said to the MD, “Did you know that there is mercury in
the shots?” “No, I didn’t know that,” she said. (Why should she know
that, she only gives the shots.)
“You know if you vaccinate a pregnant woman the mercury can go through
the placenta into the fetus,” I said to her.
She said nothing. I might have been speaking Klingon. Then again if
we were Klingons the interaction may have involved high explosives and
lots of bad language. (Please forgive me, the other day I watched a
Star Trek movie).
OK, back to the flu. After I left her office I began to engage in an
unnatural act, I actually read the product insert. The print was very
small but I slogged through it. These are quotes directly from the
product insert. Read them and be amazed (doesn’t anyone actually read
Does the flu shot protect someone from getting the flu?
“There have been no controlled trials adequately demonstrating a
decrease in influenza disease after vaccination with FluLaval®.”
It’s given to nursing mothers
“It is not known whether FluLaval® is excreted in human milk … safety
and effectiveness of FluLaval® in pediatric patients have not been
What’s in the shot?
“The virus is inactivated with ultraviolet light … followed by
formaldehyde … disrupted with sodium deoxycholate … 45 mcg.
Hemagglutinin (HA) … each dose contains 25 mcg mercury … the vial
stopper does not contain latex.” (Nice to know for those who are
concerned about latex reactions).
Can it cause cancer or affect the reproductive system (what about the baby?)
“FluLaval® has not been evaluated for carginogenic or mutagenic
potential, or for impairment of fertility.”
Adverse events associated with influenza vaccines: Anaphylaxis … “the
1976 swine flu influenza vaccine was associated with an increased risk
of Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS). Evidence of a causal relation of GBS
with subsequent [influenza] vaccines is unclear.”
How long were the test subjects observed after vaccination to see if
the flu shot caused long-term damage?
“Individuals were observed for three days after the flu shot was
administered in see if there were adverse reactions.
Postmarketing surveillance From the insert:
“Because these events are reported voluntarily from a population of
uncertain size it is not always possible to reliably estimate their
incidence rate or to establish a causal relationship to the vaccine.”
“Lymphodenopasthy, eye pain, photophobia, dysphagia, vomiting …
influenza-like symptoms … rhinitis, cellulitis, muscle weakness,
arthritis, tremor, syncope, Guillain-Barre syndrome, convulsions,
seizures, cranial or facial nerve paralysis (Bell’s palsy),
encephalopathy, limb paralysis …”
Fluarix® (single dose) for ages 3 years and older. Multidose has Hg,
single dose does not. Fluarix: $101.20 for ten single vial doses
(approximately $10/shot cost to MD).
No mercury in single vials.
FluLaval ® – Multidose: $70.80 for one vial of ten doses ($7.08 cost
of one shot). (Nice markup. I bet CVS, Walgreens and the other big
purchasers get even better prices).
Gary Krasner, Director
Coalition For Informed Choice
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