Tag Archives: The Protection Syndrome

The protection syndrome. (2)

Would you believe it: “Anti-Bacterial” rubber gloves of the kind used domestically for washing dishes etc? The best protection we could have is the cessation of birth because, with no more births and the death of all existing people, there … Continue reading

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The protection syndrome. (1)

Let us call this sort of mindset the protection syndrome. No doubt ever since dogs were wolves they have been picking up and playing with, amongst other things, sticks. Now, we are being told by veterinarians not to give sticks … Continue reading

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Compulsory immunization.

The notion that compulsory immunization is a benefit to society is ignorant because, in the short term, and for as long as it exists, it is an infringement of the right of choice and, in the long term, all it does … Continue reading

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Fear of infection and contamination.

In the developed world our high preoccupation with preventing infection and contamination is doing our immune systems no good and will harm those of future generations yet no one seems able to do anything about this foolishness. ☺

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A culture of prevention.

A culture of prevention now pervades this civilization which, in its attempt to prevent illness, death, accident, injury and a plethora of other such possible “calamities”, is bankrupting its governments. Of course, the root cause of all this is fear … Continue reading

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Super bugs.

Apparently, medically dangerous super bugs are on the increase. This is happening at the same time that we are ruining our immune systems in a number of ways including vaccination/inoculation, excessive use of pharmaceuticals and protection against numerous things previously … Continue reading

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