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What septics really believe – nothing, really

What ‘skeptics’ really believe about vaccines, medicine, consciousness and the universe

The inimitable Mike Adams has done it again. This is why his website and Mercola’s are among the best-read, most forwarded pages on the internet. Read and respond – you know the septics will.

Last night – probably in response to this article – the infantile septics set up a twitter page to try and discredit him. Because that is their modus opperandi when they are attacked. They have no facts to back up their beliefs so attack is the only way in which they respond to anyone who questions them.

(NaturalNews)  In the world of medicine, “skeptics” claim to be the sole protectors of intellectual truth. Everyone who disagrees with them is just a quack, they insist. Briefly stated, “skeptics” are in favor of vaccines, mammograms, pharmaceuticals and chemotherapy. They are opponents of nutritional supplements, herbal medicine, chiropractic care, massage therapy, energy medicine, homeopathy, prayer and therapeutic touch.

But there’s much more that you need to know about “skeptics.” As you’ll see below, they themselves admit they have no consciousness and that there is no such thing as a soul, a spirit or a higher power. There is no life after death. In fact, there’s not much life in life when you’re a skeptic.

American Sickness Care – Leave no Special Interest Behind

Arianna Huffington: The Senate Health Care Bill: Leave No Special Interest Behind
Arianna Huffington has, as usually, gotten it right. There is no way to introduce bad legislation and then, make it good. Legislation needs to be right from the word go and this bill, with so many hopes riding on it – is just more of the same old, same old. Not good enough Obama! You were given a mandate by the American people and you have not shown the fortitude to follow through on your promises.

With Monday morning’s 1 a.m. 60-40 vote, the Senate’s health care
bill took another step towards passage, prompting a fresh round of
public celebrations. “I think it’s very exciting,” HHS Secretary
Kathleen Sebelius told HuffPost. “It’s a big day.”

Even many of those with serious reservations about the bill were slipping on their party hats. “Make no mistake about it,” said SEIU president Andy Stern, “for working Americans, this vote signals progress.”

And Paul Krugman, while calling the legislation “a seriously flawed bill we’ll spend years if not decades fixing,” applauded it as “an awesome achievement.”

This typifies the current thinking of the “Don’t let the perfect be
the enemy of the good” crowd. Unfortunately, there are three faulty
premises at work in this line of reasoning. First, that those who
oppose the bill do so because it’s not perfect (as opposed to because
it’s a hot health care mess). Second, that the bill is, well, good (as
opposed to a total victory for Pharma and the insurance industry —
witness the spectacular spike in health care stocks following Monday’s vote).

Boy taken away from parents who refused to feed him junk food

Social services gone mad – and an apathetic populace that allows this sort of institutional abuse. Losing custody of your child for 4 months because they are not gaining weight according to some government-approved scale (and failure to thrive is one of the many side effects known to be associated with vaccines…) is abuse of both the parents and this child. Imagine the confusion of this poor little boy, ripped away from loving parents and put with strangers just because his parents refused some doctor’s advice on feeding. And what training do doctors get in nutrition anyway?

Like many toddlers, Zak Hessey was a fussy eater who refused his mother’s healthy home cooking.

Concerned about his falling weight, his parents sought the advice of doctors. That simple act triggered a shocking chain of events that led to the youngster being put into foster care for four months.

Paul and Lisa Hessey believe in the long-term benefits of healthy eating and rejected advice to feed their two-year-old son high-calorie snack food such as chocolate, crisps and cakes.

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