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20/20 and Fox/Fox

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With or without an Ascot hat? — Over 125 articles (indexed by topic, or keyword with an on-site search engine) plus nearly 1,000 scientific references on nutritional therapeutics are posted at http://doctoryourself.com Links to other clinical nutrition and alternative medicine sites are provided. In article <Pine.GSO.4.10.10006220428370.11227-

– Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> > > Did I miss it, or has our friend Aaron not yet been on the tube? Any > > > specific dates? > > Not yet. They say the episode is looking so good they may hold it to use > > for the season premier in September. I will be sure to let you all know. > What is the topic? The Ascot hat parade? June should be the month. > Chronic sinus disease. > AFgrey blocker dosage

– Over 125 articles (indexed by topic, or keyword with an on-site search engine) plus nearly 1,000 scientific references on nutritional therapeutics are posted at http://doctoryourself.com Links to other clinical nutrition and alternative medicine sites are provided. Before you buy.zytax

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> Happy, you know what the point being made was. > Why, try to dismiss it by taking the "words" out of context.morithin 500 foro

There was a clear statement that "health" is not in "medicine’s" interest. I questioned this and the poster responded. > The "Point" was: That if we were all healthy, or "made well", > then their would be less work for the medical establishment, > therefore the need for the "establishment" as it is today would > diminish.dji phantom 3 4k

That argument requires a near perfect world though. It is unlikely that there will be, in the foreseeable future, a diminished need for doctors etc. > Then I wonder why you didn’t comment on this potentially true > assumption, rather than question semantics.climax control

My question was meant to clarify the poster’s statement. That’s all. My subsequent post was, mostly, in agreement with their views. erfcafe vert udtalelser

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REPOST of, Medicine’s crime against babies http://www.remarq.com/read/14325/q_3iGD90oBLEAAAAA Failing to strive to prevent illness *is* causing illness… MDs are denying massive numbers of babies massive numbers of free daily immunizations. MDs are denying massive numbers of free ILLNESS PREVENTING immunizations! See "CL Waltemath, MD and Breastfeeding ‘bullsh*t’"… I was again stimulated to write on this subject because Happy Dog and Xtina indicate (erroneously in my view) that failure to strive to prevent illness is different from causing illness… >>><<<<[Happy Dog, p]lease do not make assumptions about whatup size

is being said.>>>><<<< Todd D. Gastaldo, DC remarks: Happy Dog makes HUGE assumptions; for example, he made the FALSE huge assumption that Aaron A. Fox, PhD rendered a "definitive rebuttal" of my claims… See Happy Doggone "Logic" (also: My reply to Bowditch) In fact, Aaron has never rebutted my claims – definitively or otherwise. Instead, Aaron lied and censored and ran – then came back to lie and censor some more… See Nurse obedience/Does Columbia Univ. know about Aaron’s fraudulent censorship? Xtina continued… >>><<<<I have not said that Medicine has a goal of makingmiralash foro

people sick, nor that it accomplishes this.<<<< The goal of Medicine and those who run it is STAYING IN POWER – and Medicine and those who run it have accomplished that goal admirably though obviously dishonestly. See below. Happy Dog replied to Xtina, asking… >>><<<<If good health isn’t in "medicine’s" interest, what is?xtrasize nebenwirkungen

<<<< Xtina replied… >>><<<<American "health care" as we know it (Medicine) does notkankusta duo waar te koop

strive to prevent illness. That is different than causing illness. I hope the distinction is clear enough.<<<< Happy Dog agreed. I must strenuously disagree with Xtina and Happy Dog. Failing to strive to prevent illness *is* causing illness… MDs are denying massive numbers of babies massive numbers of free daily immunizations. MDs are denying massive numbers of free ILLNESS PREVENTING immunizations! See below. Happy Dog continued… >>><<<<[M]ost of the blame lies with a population that seeks

cures rather than heeds advice,…<<<< http://www.remarq.com/read/14325/qAjFVeoTZPtcC_DRt#LR WRONG. Most of the blame lies with those who control education – including MEDICAL education. >>><<<<[T]he medical establishment provides plenty…[of

advice]…about prevention.<<<< http://www.remarq.com/read/14325/qAjFVeoTZPtcC_DRt#LR I agree with Happy Dog that the medical establishment provides plenty of advice about prevention – especially immunologic prevention. But the medical establishment also DENIES advice about immunologic prevention – specifically – via a key lie of omission – the medical establishment denies massive numbers of babies massive numbers of free daily – ILLNESS PREVENTING – immunizations. See CL Waltemath, MD and Breastfeeding ‘bullsh*t’ Of course, Medicine isn’t the only profession failing to strive to prevent illness. Chiropractic is also doing this – also dishonestly – apparently hoping to be admitted to the medical club… See… DCs are *almost* in the club… The House of Medicine: Are DCs finally welcome? http://www.remarq.com/read/14325/qAMxbW7sziIAAAAAA Breastfeeding: Chiropractic immunization Todd D. Gastaldo, D.C. 8948 SW Barbur Blvd Box 6 Portland, OR 97219 FAX (815) 366-2814 TEL (503) 640-0456 http://www.egroups.com/group/chiro-list POSTSCRIPT Charles L. Waltemath, MD still hasn’t responded substantively to "CL Waltemath, MD and Breastfeeding ‘bullsh*t’" (URL above). In that post, I thanked Dr. Waltemath for responding to one of my posts even though he ostensibly had me "killfiled." I cited "CL Waltemath, MD and Breastfeeding ‘bullsh*t’" in, MDs worship error/No proof HIV exists?/Universities are silent as their MD employees make infants scream… >>><<<<I really need to get that kill file active again. Had

to reload the software…This guy is stuffed full of anti-facts, personal agendas and emotional canards. Listen to him at your peril.<<<< Dr. Waltemath, if you are reading, please DEMONSTRATE my "anti- facts"… Please start with any "anti-facts" you see in, "CL Waltemath, MD and Breastfeeding ‘bullsh*t’"… Thank you. Todd D. Gastaldo, D.C. 8948 SW Barbur Blvd Box 6 Portland, OR 97219 FAX (815) 366-2814 TEL (503) 640-0456 http://www.egroups.com/group/chiro-list Got questions? Get answers over the phone at Keen.com. Up to 100 minutes free! http://www.keen.com

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> Please do not make assumptions about what is being said. I > have not said that Medicine has a goal of making people sick, > nor that it accomplishes this.

If good health isn’t in "medicine’s" interest, what is? > American "health care" as we > know it (Medicine) does not strive to prevent illness. That > is different than causing illness. I hope the distinction is > clear enough.

Agreed. But most of the blame lies with a population that seeks cures rather than heeds advice, of which the medical establishment provides plenty, about prevention. erf

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Happy, you know what the point being made was. Why, try to dismiss it by taking the "words" out of context. Just to make sure that you read as I did: The "Point" was: That if we were all healthy, or "made well", then their would be less work for the medical establishment, therefore the need for the "establishment" as it is today would diminish. i.e. less Doctors of all types, less drugs, so lower earnings for both doctors and the pharmaceutical industry. Therefore our "health" is not in the medical establishment’s self interest. I am not arguing that this is either true or untrue, just ensuring you understood the "real" point, which I am sure you did. Then I wonder why you didn’t comment on this potentially true assumption, rather than question semantics. — Wishing you an abundance of all you desire, Regards, Ray http://communities.msn.co.uk/RAYSNEWAYS http://www.adsenger.com/default.asp?ref=mithras http://www.bepaid.com/users.rhtml?REFID=10533128

– Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> Please do not make assumptions about what is being said. I > have not said that Medicine has a goal of making people sick, > nor that it accomplishes this. > If good health isn’t in "medicine’s" interest, what is? > American "health care" as we > know it (Medicine) does not strive to prevent illness. That > is different than causing illness. I hope the distinction is > clear enough. > Agreed. But most of the blame lies with a population that seeks cures > rather than heeds advice, of which the medical establishment provides > plenty, about prevention. > erf

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> > Prevention would be counter to American culture. Americans do > not want to deny themselves the "good things". There has to > be magic bullet that will erase all those years of unhealthy > living, right? Maybe this latest genome charting thing will do > the trick. Further, it is not in Medicine’s interest for > people to remain healthy. > Who is "Medicine"? How does "Medicine" accomplish its goal of making people > sick? What is the evidence for this? > hd

Please do not make assumptions about what is being said. I have not said that Medicine has a goal of making people sick, nor that it accomplishes this. American "health care" as we know it (Medicine) does not strive to prevent illness. That is different than causing illness. I hope the distinction is clear enough.

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> Prevention would be counter to American culture. Americans do > not want to deny themselves the "good things". There has to > be magic bullet that will erase all those years of unhealthy > living, right? Maybe this latest genome charting thing will do > the trick. Further, it is not in Medicine’s interest for > people to remain healthy.

Who is "Medicine"? How does "Medicine" accomplish its goal of making people sick? What is the evidence for this? hd – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> Even more so, I get the impression that some people are so culturally > committed to medicine that they simply do not want to hear the other > side of the health story. America’s widespread ignorance of natural > hygiene is a good example. Here we spend over a million million > (that’s what a trillion is) dollars annually, and 1,400,000 people each > year die from cancer or heart disease. Radically improved diet would > cut those figures by at least one-third. I for one think we should get > a lot more serious about vitamins and minerals saving hundreds of lives > each year. > — > Over 125 articles (indexed by topic, or keyword with an on-site > search engine) plus nearly 1,000 scientific references on nutritional > therapeutics are posted at http://doctoryourself.com Links to other > clinical nutrition and alternative medicine sites are provided. > > > I read your resume, where you claim every letter to the editor and > > > interview in the Podhunk Picayune as a "publication." I see no > major > > > media exposure for you on that resume. Tell us what major media > exposure > > > you ahve had? I’ve been interviewed or quoted in the New York > Times, the > > > Dallas Morning News, the Seattle Times, New York Newsday, Japanese > NHK > > > television, innumerable radio shows, and now ABC prime time > television. > > > SO who’s really playing with plasticine, playdoc? And who’s really > in the > > > magazines? You’ve never even published a single peer-reviewed > paper. > > > last I counted I think I have more than half a dozen. > > > AF > > Ahh! Now I see! This is not about TRUTH, but about SELF-IMPORTANCE! > > (Well, I guess that makes it… MEDICINE!) > > What arrogance! > > Habib > Before you buy.

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Prevention would be counter to American culture. Americans do not want to deny themselves the "good things". There has to be magic bullet that will erase all those years of unhealthy living, right? Maybe this latest genome charting thing will do the trick. Further, it is not in Medicine’s interest for people to remain healthy. – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text – > Even more so, I get the impression that some people are so culturally > committed to medicine that they simply do not want to hear the other > side of the health story. America’s widespread ignorance of natural > hygiene is a good example. Here we spend over a million million > (that’s what a trillion is) dollars annually, and 1,400,000 people each > year die from cancer or heart disease. Radically improved diet would > cut those figures by at least one-third. I for one think we should get > a lot more serious about vitamins and minerals saving hundreds of lives > each year. > — > Over 125 articles (indexed by topic, or keyword with an on-site > search engine) plus nearly 1,000 scientific references on nutritional > therapeutics are posted at http://doctoryourself.com Links to other > clinical nutrition and alternative medicine sites are provided. > > I read your resume, where you claim every letter to the editor and > > interview in the Podhunk Picayune as a "publication." I see no > major > > media exposure for you on that resume. Tell us what major media > exposure > > you ahve had? I’ve been interviewed or quoted in the New York > Times, the > > Dallas Morning News, the Seattle Times, New York Newsday, Japanese > NHK > > television, innumerable radio shows, and now ABC prime time > television. > > SO who’s really playing with plasticine, playdoc? And who’s really > in the > > magazines? You’ve never even published a single peer-reviewed > paper. > > last I counted I think I have more than half a dozen. > > AF > Ahh! Now I see! This is not about TRUTH, but about SELF-IMPORTANCE! > (Well, I guess that makes it… MEDICINE!) > What arrogance! > Habib > Before you buy.

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> When my website gets tens of thousands of hits guess > whose website will be featured prominently in the "health quackery on the > net" section? I’m sure you’ll thank me for all the hits from people going > to your site for a laugh.

Your only problem is, that many of the people who go to Saul’s site from yours, will be intelligent enough to realize the value of the information he provides, and that you have been wrong in labelling him a quack. They will stay at his site, and won’t click "back" to yours. Habib

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> I read your resume, where you claim every letter to the editor and > interview in the Podhunk Picayune as a "publication." I see no major > media exposure for you on that resume. Tell us what major media exposure > you ahve had? I’ve been interviewed or quoted in the New York Times, the > Dallas Morning News, the Seattle Times, New York Newsday, Japanese NHK > television, innumerable radio shows, and now ABC prime time television. > SO who’s really playing with plasticine, playdoc? And who’s really in the > magazines? You’ve never even published a single peer-reviewed paper. > last I counted I think I have more than half a dozen. > AF

Ahh! Now I see! This is not about TRUTH, but about SELF-IMPORTANCE! (Well, I guess that makes it… MEDICINE!) What arrogance! Habib

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Even more so, I get the impression that some people are so culturally committed to medicine that they simply do not want to hear the other side of the health story. America’s widespread ignorance of natural hygiene is a good example. Here we spend over a million million (that’s what a trillion is) dollars annually, and 1,400,000 people each year die from cancer or heart disease. Radically improved diet would cut those figures by at least one-third. I for one think we should get a lot more serious about vitamins and minerals saving hundreds of lives each year. — Over 125 articles (indexed by topic, or keyword with an on-site search engine) plus nearly 1,000 scientific references on nutritional therapeutics are posted at http://doctoryourself.com Links to other clinical nutrition and alternative medicine sites are provided. – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> I read your resume, where you claim every letter to the editor and > interview in the Podhunk Picayune as a "publication." I see no major > media exposure for you on that resume. Tell us what major media exposure > you ahve had? I’ve been interviewed or quoted in the New York Times, the > Dallas Morning News, the Seattle Times, New York Newsday, Japanese NHK > television, innumerable radio shows, and now ABC prime time television. > SO who’s really playing with plasticine, playdoc? And who’s really in the > magazines? You’ve never even published a single peer-reviewed paper. > last I counted I think I have more than half a dozen. > AF > Ahh! Now I see! This is not about TRUTH, but about SELF-IMPORTANCE! > (Well, I guess that makes it… MEDICINE!) > What arrogance! > Habib

Before you buy.

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Did I miss it, or has our friend Aaron not yet been on the tube? Any specific dates? — Over 125 articles (indexed by topic, or keyword with an on-site search engine) plus nearly 1,000 scientific references on nutritional therapeutics are posted at http://doctoryourself.com Links to other clinical nutrition and alternative medicine sites are provided. Before you buy.

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The check is in the mail – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> Did I miss it, or has our friend Aaron not yet been on the tube? Any > specific dates? > Not yet. They say the episode is looking so good they may hold it to use > for the season premier in September. I will be sure to let you all know. > Jealous, "doctor?" When my website gets tens of thousands of hits guess > whose website will be featured prominently in the "health quackery on the > net" section? I’m sure you’ll thank me for all the hits from people going > to your site for a laugh. > AF

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> Did I miss it, or has our friend Aaron not yet been on the tube? Any > specific dates? > Not yet. They say the episode is looking so good they may hold it to use > for the season premier in September. I will be sure to let you all know.

What is the topic? The Ascot hat parade? June should be the month. > Jealous, "doctor?" When my website gets tens of thousands of hits guess > whose website will be featured prominently in the "health quackery on the > net" section? I’m sure you’ll thank me for all the hits from people going > to your site for a laugh. > AF

Good to know you are still the King of misinformation. Don’t forget my vaccine site http://www.whaleto.freeserve.co.uk/vaccines.html John

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I wish you all the best, my friend. To quote Pete Townshend: "I was a face in the magazine while you were still playing with your plasticine." ( http://doctoryourself.com/resume.html http://doctoryourself.com/motherearth.html ) — Over 125 articles (indexed by topic, or keyword with an on-site search engine) plus nearly 1,000 scientific references on nutritional therapeutics are posted at http://doctoryourself.com Links to other clinical nutrition and alternative medicine sites are provided. In article <Pine.GSO.4.10.10006201550130.22648- – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> Did I miss it, or has our friend Aaron not yet been on the tube? Any > specific dates? > Not yet. They say the episode is looking so good they may hold it to use > for the season premier in September. I will be sure to let you all know. > Jealous, "doctor?" When my website gets tens of thousands of hits guess > whose website will be featured prominently in the "health quackery on the > net" section? I’m sure you’ll thank me for all the hits from people going > to your site for a laugh. > AF

Before you buy.

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