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Last week the BBC News carried a story of 1 billion people around the world now being classified as obese. They covered themselves with the phrase “research suggests”.

Whilst obesity should be taken seriously, much depends on the definition of obese and who came up with (or adjusted) that definition.

I venture this thought as the medical powers that be have a track record of creating questionable stats to sell more drugs. 

So a reasonable question to ask is “:Are you really diabetic?”

From ‘The Body Speaks’

They did the same with the definition of ‘vaccination’. The experimental COVID shots created by Pfizer, Moderna etc would not have qualified under this classification under the definition was made more general.

What was once “The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease”, became The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce protection from a specific disease.”

[The bold is mine] Changing two words in the definition seems merely administrative but the meaning of the two replacement words made a difference to so many people’s lives.

On another subject altogether we might ask ourselves why is it that the US Multiple Sclerosis Society remained staunchly averse to even considering mercury as a cause of the debilitating condition, at one  point actively campaigning against looking into the mercury issue. 

Chuck Rekoske, former Chairman of the Kansas MS Society and an MS sufferer, decided to have his amalgam fillings removed.  He improved to the extent that he could play 3 sets of tennis each day with his son. When Chuck started to recommend amalgam removal the society invited him to resign for “conflict of interest”. 

The phrase ‘follow the money’ springs to mind.

Graeme Dinnen

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