“Don’t let the world around you squeeze you into its own mould, but let God re-mould your minds from within...”
Romans 12:2

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Unskeptical skeptics

Hilary Butler - Friday, November 20, 2009

Over the last few years, there has been an unprecedented attack on anything loosely described as “alternative” medicine, by those who call themselves skeptics.  Continue Reading


Polypill and indulgences

Hilary Butler - Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Did you see this gem of a programme?. The worried well are killing themselves by shelling out lots of money on vitamins. Vitamins cause more deaths than second hand smoking. Never mind that the data is pure bunk. What did you think? Scared witless now? The “truth” of this matter couldn’t be funnier. Or sicker, depending on what meaning you put to the term “sick joke”.  Continue Reading


More indulgences

Hilary Butler - Monday, November 16, 2009

Medicine has it’s own share of “indulgences” too, which most people don’t think about. Wouldn’t you think that modern medicine in all it’s TV swept up glory could have found a “cure” for the common cold by 2009? After all, it “knows” so much. It knows that a cure for a cold would make redundant billions of dollars in sales for the useless over the counter drugs alleged to ease the agony of a cold. Why do we hear, even today, that BECAUSE pharmaceutical medicine says it has no cures for measles, whooping cough, chickenpox, polio, Hepatitis B etc, that vaccines are the answer. A cure for any disease, would negate vaccines injected into every body on earth. When it comes to vaccines, wouldn’t you think that the medical profession, in 2009, could come up with something better than animal cells, toxic chemicals, untested adjuvants, and denatured bacteria, or viruses passaged through human amnion, dog kidney cells and a variety of other animal substrates? Why would you do that, when you can make yet another industry off the miseries from vaccines, while at the same time, cultivating the belief that these miseries have nothing at all to do with the vaccine? Continue Reading


A message to the gullible

Hilary Butler - Thursday, October 01, 2009

Vaccines protect. Vaccines are safe. Vaccines never cause harm. Vaccines save lives. Got that? You stupid people who think that vaccines are to blame for everything under the sun, need to get a life. When are you going to get it through your heads that the cervical cancer vaccine did NOT kill that UK girl??!   Vaccines can’t do that!   The autopsy was quite clear. This girl had a malignant tumour in the chest, which was a serious underlying condition. That’s what killed her. The Cervarix shot, given two hours before she died, had nothing to do with it - quite coincidental.... Got that? Continue Reading


Bodily Matters

Hilary Butler - Sunday, August 30, 2009

"Bodily Matters” by Nadja Burbach. Continue Reading


More Swine flu porkies

Hilary Butler - Saturday, June 13, 2009

Is the whole of New Zealand gormless? No, but Dr Darren Hunt's face peers out from a box on page three of the Sunday Star Times today, telling us that the problem with swine flu is that no-one in the community has any immunity to it, therefore it will infect far more people than normal flu, and we can't have 20 - 50% of people sick with swine flu, as well as ordinary flu, can we? "That's why we have to slow it down."  Hang on a minute??!!!  Continue Reading


Mandatory Vaccination

Hilary Butler - Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Making vaccines compulsory, isn't something you hear much about in New Zealand media, BUT... if we aren't careful, mandatory vaccination will become law in this country. While those who tweak the strings around the wrists of politicians have kept very quiet in public, in private, there have been, and are, far more intense discussions going on about making vaccines mandatory, than ever before. How do I know? Continue Reading


Swinish Shock Doctrine: Part One

Hilary Butler - Sunday, May 03, 2009

Two weeks ago, when CDC, po-faced told us, that this “new” virus, never seen before in pigs…, was a combo of Eurasian/America swine flu/avian/human viruses, you believed them, right? Now, they are back tracking, saying, “No no,no.. only pig. Not human or bird.” Shhh…..  Continue Reading


Medical insanity

Hilary Butler - Tuesday, April 28, 2009

We have very strange habits. Like: refusing to wait in doctor's waiting rooms, unless we're the first there in the morning. Refusing to take our patently infectious sick children into waiting rooms, or doctor's surgeries and wait there.  "What???" I hear you screech.  "How irresponsible is that???"  Quite the contrary.  The current medical system which encourages sick people to sit in their waiting rooms has created a culture of contamination and complacency, which one day, might return to bite them.  And you. Continue Reading


When Swine Flu isn't swine flu

Hilary Butler - Monday, April 27, 2009

Here we go again. Another media beat up. Make a huge story out of... what??? An influenza virus which has caused thousands of cases, which in that horribly polluted smoggy lung coughing place called Mexico City, has caused serious pneumonia in some of them, which killed just over 100 of them.  Some thousands of cases you say?  Maybe.  Cruising all the medical reports, it's pretty obvious that there are far more cases than we're being told. More importantly, why call this the "Swine flu pandemic"?  Where did the media get that idea from?  Maybe some medic whose repeatedly cried wolf, and really needs to justify their job?  They made a cash cow out of the non-existent bird flu, so why not bolster Wall street yet again.  What a sound-bite to get the adrenalin running! "Swine Flu epidemic here to kill us all"!  It's time the media got real, and started doing some real journalism; real reading; and asking some real questions. Like... who called this particular strain a swine flu virus? Why has there been absolutely NO contact with pigs in even ONE case, anywhere in the world? Unlike the media, a professional medical organisation called PROMED has questioned the name "swine flu". They say it's a human flu.  But just what sort of human flu? Where did it come from? This is what PROMED has to say: Continue Reading