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Feb 10Liked by Mike Stone

I have a paper on the 2011 "measles outbreak" in Quebec, Canada, amongst a 99% vaxxed population. They still blamed the unvaxxed for the incident. I'll link it later.

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This sounds like a crime to me. It's called Fraud. But will these con men ever be brought to the bar of justice? I doubt it.

THE CHICKEN OR THE EGG. The Germ Theory Opposed in Song. https://turfseer.substack.com/p/the-chicken-or-the-egg

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Veterinarians do the same thing with tetanus and ruminants. I have seen this first hand with a friend. Goat got gored by a dog and it punctured something inside the animal, I think it was maybe the intestine or such. The vet gave antibiotics like crazy, the vet didn't fix any internal puncture, nothing for stress or fear. The animal succumbed to death and in it's death throws and the animal being sick and dying the vet said the animal got tetanus. The vet asked if the animal had had a tetanus shot no it had not. The vet didn't even do any tests for tetanus and with zero proof he proclaimed that is what killed the animal. Guaranteed if the animal had have had it's tetanus shot the diagnosis would have been very different and it would have been the animal died from sepsis ie blood poisoning or such. Instead he won himself a new advocate for tetanus shots who now will not listen to reason or even research. She shoots up every animal she has with tetanus she is adamant they need it. They have her through fear and it's associated to the pain and suffering her animal went through. Did the vet advocate high doses of vitamin C via injections no he did not. He advocated nothing besides killing the biome of the animal's gut and anything else the antibiotic ie penicillin decided to indiscriminately kill. We know with ruminants according to Pat Coleby that so much damage is done by giving them antibiotics it stops the body's ability to convert cobalt in the diet into B12 for at least 6mths and the animal has to be given B12 shots to either tide it over or kick start the system again. Your post was very informative.

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Thank you for sharing, Sharon. You highlighted perfectly the games that they play in order to deceive. 🙂

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Feb 22Liked by Mike Stone

Good for you in figuring out what was happening with the antibiotics and tetanus diagnosis. For years I treated wire cut horses with antibiotics. Somehow, they mostly survived my "doctoring". At least I don't spend money on antibiotics these days.

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Feb 16Liked by Mike Stone

Excellent Mike

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Thank you, OyezOyez. 🙂

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Mar 7Liked by Mike Stone

Who cares if a few people got the Measles. Now they have anti-bodies according to "the science" and they arent dying or they surely would have mentioned those numbers. They are making a big deal out of something thats not.

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Feb 22Liked by Mike Stone

Thank you for this magical mystery tour of "measles virus" ...uh..."science". One issue that stood out, was the admitted impossibility of proving any diagnosis of measles under any and all circumstances. The symptoms are the same among a long list of similar conditions, so it's not possible to know if its measles or rubella or chicken pox or smallpox or 11 others. Second, testing for "antibodies" to "measles virus" is unreliable, though they spin this as "challenging" or "difficult", not "impossible". Third, measles among vaccinated is not possible, most of the time, cough pause...because vaccination is good--measles is bad. Fourth, though not discussed in this article, the concept of anti-bodies is unsound, because they've never isolated the alleged virus, and so they have never used pure virus isolate to demonstrate "antibody" reaction to the same. Like the "virus" idea, the antibody idea was invented, never proven, to shore up virologists' pseudo-science. It's no wonder lots of different experiments have reported inconsistent results in testing so-called antibodies, which react to various different chemicals, not just the particles they've decreed as "the virus". PCR testing for DNA or RNA they claim is part of some imaginary virus they've never found--what a good business model! I'd like to buy a franchise outlet. Thanks for this impressive and informative article, Mike.

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Thank you, Rider! Your points are excellent, especially regarding the antibody hoax. They have played that angle big time in order to try and convince people that vaccines work. If they only understood the extent of the pseudoscientific fraud behind both "viruses" and "antibodies."

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Feb 19Liked by Mike Stone

My question has been for a while: "Who the >bleep< is Jenny McCarthy? The ONLY time I've ever heard that name is in the context of it being thrown around by vaccine pushers, blaming her for anti-vax sentiment. I have never heard a vaccine skeptic mention the name "Jenny McCarthy," other than in quoting a vax pusher invoking the name. I had to google that name to find out that she's a model/actress/comedian married to Donnie Wahlberg. Learn something new every day!

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Hi Rose,

I think they push Jenny McCarthy as CO. It's possible that she isn't, as I haven't looked into her claims enough, but I am automatically suspicious of any celebrity. They like to get a celebrity on our side in order to lead us astray.

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Yes, I've noticed that the pushers never mention the real opponents of their nonsense, but concentrate on the well-known faces, like Del, Malone, McCollough, etc. Not necessarily controlled opp, but definitely treading in safer waters for the "establishment."

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Hey Mike, I know this isn't the appropriate place to ask this, but *someone* doesn't check their emails, so here I am. Do you have any research into "Goiter"? I am releasing an article tonight about the batsh*t crazy history of "food fortification". It starts in the 1920s, when it was suddenly "imperative" to dump hazardous chemical iodide into table salt (and call it "iodine"), cuz GOITER! More specifically, "OMG GOITER WILL GET YOUR KIDS IF YOU DON'T EAT CHEMICAL SALT!!"

It was a huge scheme that changed history.

I didn't have time to look into goiter itself. I checked your site and didn't see anything. Do you have anything on it?

Thanks!

- AG

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Hi Agent, I'm sorry but I do not have anything on goiter. Dr. Cowan may have something as he looks at many different medical issues, or you may check out the work of Dawn Lester and David Parker. I'm not sure if any of them have touched on it or not, but they would all be my best guess as to those who may have researched it.

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"Case report: Goiter and overt hypothyroidism in an iodine-deficient toddler on soy milk and hypoallergenic diet"

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"Soy-based infant formulas (SFs) are often consumed by cow's milk allergic children. However, some concerns have risen since soy intake may adversely affect thyroid function in iodine-deficient or subclinical hypothyroid individuals. We report the first Italian case of SF induced goiter and hypothyroidism registered in our country since National Iodine program has been instituted. Finally, we review cases previously reported in literature. A 22-month-old toddler with a previous diagnosis of cow's milk protein allergy came to clinical attention for important goiter and overt hypothyroidism. Detailed dietary anamnesis revealed that he was on a restrictive dietary regimen based on soymilk since 12 months of age. A temporary levothyroxine substitution was instituted to avoid hypothyroidism complications. Adequate iodine supplementation and diet diversification completely reversed SF-induced hypothyroidism and goiter, confirming the diagnostic suspicion of soymilk-induced thyroid dysfunction in a iodine-deficient toddler. This case report demonstrates the importance of careful dietary habits investigation and adequate micronutrients supplementation in children on a restrictive diet due to multiple food allergies in order to prevent nutritional deficits."

Caprio AM, Umano GR, Luongo C, et al. Case report: Goiter and overt hypothyroidism in an iodine-deficient toddler on soy milk and hypoallergenic diet. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne). 2022;13:927726.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36034464/

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9402931/

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you are really smart ------- great post ------ i am going to follow you on substack right now

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Thanks so much for the kind words, Bradley! I really appreciate it. 🙂

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"Iodine Deficiency and Hypothyroidism From Voluntary Diet Restrictions in the US: Case Reports"

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27244854/

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"Excessive Prenatal Supplementation of Iodine and Fetal Goiter: Report of Two Cases Using Three-dimensional Ultrasound and Magnetic Resonance Imaging"

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"Fetal thyroid complications in pregnancy are uncommon, and are commonly related to the passage of substances through the placenta. The excessive iodine intake during the pregnancy is a well-known mechanism of fetal thyroid enlargement or goiter, and invasive procedures have been proposed for the treatment of fetal thyroid pathologies. In the present report, we demonstrate two cases from different centers of prenatal diagnosis of fetal thyroid enlargement and/or goiter in three fetuses (one pair of twins, wherein both fetuses were affected, and one singleton pregnancy). The anamnesis revealed the ingestion of iodine by the patients, prescribed from inadequate vitamin supplementation. In both cases, the cessation of iodine supplement intake resulted in a marked reduction of the volume of the fetal thyroid glands, demonstrating that conservative treatment may be an option in those cases. Also, clinicians must be aware that patients may be exposed to harmful dosages or substances during pregnancy."

Castro P, Werner H, Marinho PRS, Matos AP, Pires P, Araujo Júnior E. Excessive prenatal supplementation of iodine and fetal goiter: report of two cases using three-dimensional ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging. Rev Bras Ginecol Obstet. 2021;43(4):317-322.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33979892/

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC10183920/

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