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Monday, January 3, 2011

Newsweek dumps on Marin County

Want to see a prime example of medical arrogance/stupidity/cultism? Check out this week's Newsweek Magazine, page 11, "Autism and the Affluent," by Seth Mnookin.

Let's start with the story's "pull quote," "The vaccine rate has plummeted in places where people put 'Darwin fish' stickers on their hybrid cars." The story is about this guy's musings that affluent areas (as if that is something to be ashamed of) full of "degree-laden denizens (should we be ashamed of higher education?) and their obsessive approach to parenting."

Monookin, the medical cultist cites "Marin County, just north of San Francisco, is another example: it has the nation's fifth-highest average per capita income - and an exemtion rate more than three times th rest of the state." {Please forgive the weird punctuation/grammar. It appears that Newsweek's copy editors are not overly "degree-laden."}

I read about Marin's magnificent achievement in "saying no to vaccination" in the Chronicle last Spring. I take a huge amount of personal pride in this. I believe that no one has had more published on the futility and dangers of vaccination than I have. I am gratified that the people of Marin are listening, saving their children from needless iatrogenic (that means "physician-caused") poisoning, leading to many pediatric conditions that have been skyrocketing. Besides autism, check out the extremely increasing rates of type I (juvenile) diabetes, juvenile arthritis, asthma, and various learning disabilities.

When you dump a witch's brew of neurotoxins (contained in vaccines) into a child's bloodstream, what would a rational person expect... more health, or less health? HEY, NEWSWEEK, AT LEAST WE IN MARIN COUNTY CAN FIGURE THIS OUT.

I guess Newsweek must think that all of its readers are stupid. Go two more pages, and you will find a full page ad for Lovaza: "Ask your doctor about an FDA-approved medication made from omega-3 fish oil: LOVAZA." Come on! You can pick that up, in a more natural and safet form, and much cheaper, in any health food store.

What do YOU think?

Don Harte, D.C.
Liberator of Innate

PS: I wonder what this idiot of a magazine writer who have to say about Chiropractic? What would he say about "obsessive parenting" in Marin that causes parents to have the wisdom to bring in their children to be adjusted so that they can better fulfil their genetic potential? How subluxated is this guy???

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