Friday, June 26, 2009

$30 Million Dollars to Push Vaccines

What would you do for $1 million? Probably just about anything, if you're like most people. Wasn't that movie Indecent Proposal all about that whole concept...well, that concept and sex? I'm asking because I never saw it - but I think that's what it was about. So, think about what you would do for a million...and then think about what you would do for 30 million bucks.

That's a ridiculous amount of money.

I don't want to know all the things you would be willing to do for that money, but I do want to ask: can you blame this guy (use my email address if it asks for one: hilltopchiro AT for what he did for 30 million? It's articles like this that make me wonder how our population will look 30 years from now...heck, even 10 years from now. People don't think the state of our collective health can get much worse, but I don't think they have any idea how bad it's going to get.

And this is just one of the many many MANY reasons why we chose not to have Jack immunized (I'm going to say 'immunization' is the same as 'vaccination' for the ease of reading). People say, "Well, he won't be able to go to school without his shots!" And those people are sadly mistaken. Do a google search for "vaccination exemption forms" for your state and look at all the ways to avoid letting your children be poisoned by this garbage. And I'm not even going to start talking about all the vaccinations our military are forced to receive...

I could go on and on about this topic, but I need to get back to work. Call our office if you have a question about this topic, or any topic in general. I'll do my best to collect information to help you make smart and informed decisions.

In Health,
Dr. Scott


  1. I wonder if Dr. Offit began with good intentions that were eventually blurred or abandoned altogether for the sake of larger profit margins. Vaccinations, immunizations, and medications were first developed for extremely beneficial applications, and have certainly made a positive impact on society. But new drugs and medical treatments today are used as quickly as they are developed, on large amounts of people, often without proper testing or research. Ridilin, anti-depressants, and narcotic painkillers all come to mind. Over prescribed, and without regard to long term effects, or even in some cases, without regard to short term effects for the sake of defeating one problem. In light of you mentioning the militaries use of vaccinations and immunizations, I remember quite distinctly standing in long lines in bootcamp, being injected with literally a dozen or so chemicals, none of which I have any idea what they were called or even for. Later, just a few weeks prior to being shipped out to Iraq, I recall being threatened with pretty harsh disciplinary action if we refused the small pox or anthrax vaccines. I am currently writing a pretty substantial paper on my time in the Marine Corps, which will highlight (among other things) some less than ethical medical practices that were imposed on me... specifically in regards to my PTSD issues. To answer your question... for $30 million? I don't know, I'll let you know when someone comes up to me on the street and makes an offer.

    PS: Sorry about the rescheduled appointment, I didn't sleep the night prior. And I didn't pay you guys for my last visit, so don't forget when I come in on Tuesday.

  2. You know, I don't think people start off thinking, "I'm going to rape the general population of all their money and destroy as many lives as I can with the time I'm given." Something just goes stray in the process.

    And I completely agree with you about the over-prescription of medication, as well as the lack of regard to side-effects. I think the military might be one of the largest offenders of misuse of medications and medical supplies (i.e. mandatory vaccinations, etc...) probably because it's a captive audience. There's no where to go once you sign up and get shipped off. I know a guy who was so sick of all the injections he was getting, he now signs his name on the sign-in sheet and walks right by the injection-tables without getting a single shot. Dishonest, probably; but given the circumstances, I'd do the same thing. Would that hinder my ability to be an effective witness: maybe, but I'd rather have a few more years to witness and not be suffering with some disease resulting from a chemical smorgasbord that was forced on me.

    And don't worry about the appointment - we sent you out to the collection agency already, so they'll collect it from you after they're done pillaging your credit score.

    My wife would probably tell me not to joke about that sort of thing, but she's sleeping. Anyway, I'm kidding - we're flexible with payments, so it's not a big deal. My goal is always to help the person get better and we can deal with the financial aspect as a person is able. I think your deal was more that I didn't think to ask you for payment, but you get my point. Ok, talk to you later, Joe.