Saturday, July 29, 2017

Erin Elizabeth at Health Nut News


Erin Elizabeth Finn 
"educated" "escort" for elite Silly Con Valley geeks.



Erin Elizabeth at Health Nut News is concealing her last name. I discovered her concealed last name after reading the content in the following two links and following the information leads in the sources linked within them.

http://www.waronwethepeople.com/sex-drugs-internet-fraud-the-secret-life-of-erin-elizabeth-finn-and-dr-joseph-mercola/

http://www.waronwethepeople.com/erin-elizabeth/



Erin Finn, a witness in the Anthony Pellicano trial, leaves Federal Court in Los Angeles, CA on Tuesday, March 25, 2008.
http://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-erin-finn-a-witness-in-the-anthony-pellicano-trial-leaves-federal-134242226.html

"Her name: Erin Finn and she’s tall and blonde. Finn’s resume runs the gamut from model, to escort, house sitter, and Internet tech geek with her own web presence; with a site for guys who like their web woman techno savy and attractive. She currently runs her own website. She also has friends like former super-hacker Kevin Mitnik."
http://lukeford.net/blog/?p=2606

"Only three weeks old, the Gang of Five trial has laid bare L.A.'s true mosaic of diversity — not City Hall’s postcard melting pot but a psychedelic circus of powerful talent agents, high-priced hookers and lonely rich men tweaked on speed. Forget the $50 blowjob, that old staple of the L.A. economy — to step inside Room 890 of the Roybal Federal Building is to enter a brave new world where prostitutes are called "travel guides" and tricks are termed "encounters" that can run between $9,000 and $24,000." "The lady in question was Erin Finn, a slender woman in her 30s with blond hair curtaining an angular face." "Moments before, Finn had told her story to the more sympathetic ears of government prosecutor Kevin Lally. A spunky Midwesterner, Finn had come to town with a dream and entrepreneurial savvy, and before long was running her own call-girl ring through a Web site called EducatedEscort com (since renamed BrainyBlond com), which serviced a specific clientele." "It was during the dot-com era," she explained on the witness stand this week, "[and we] appealed to the socially awkward geeks."

Paging Robert Pfeifer! The Z-Axis video-game executive began dating Finn in 1997, when he was 42 and she was 26. Methamphetamine use would eventually annihilate Pfeifer's career; when he sued Z-Axis for sacking him, Finn testified in a deposition about his drug usage." "Likewise, court spectators would have little idea what kind of business Finn ran when she described it. “I was dealing with socially awkward geeks,” she repeated, pronouncing “geeks” as though she were a diplomat referring to “the Swiss” or “the Palestinians.” How refreshing, then, to watch Cheeky Chad Hummel make her call a spade a spade." "Hummel, who hails from the Manatt, Phelps & Phillips firm, possesses a commanding baritone and presence; he’s easily the most effective attorney representing the Gang of Five. Here he is, making Pfeifer snap out of a moment of self-delusion about Finn's night job:

"In December, 1999, she told you she was a prostitute. And before that you just thought she was your girlfriend?" Exactly." "SITTING BACK IN A PRISON-ISSUE GREEN WINDBREAKER and watching all this is the man at the center of the trial, Anthony Pellicano. The 64-year-old, onetime "PI to the Stars" looks bemused, even flattered, by the demolition derby of wrecked careers and ruined relationships he had a hand in organizing. (He eventually pressured Finn into perjuring herself by recanting her testimony against Pfeifer — and even moving back in with him for a few months.)"
http://www.laweekly.com/news/sex-and-nerds-invade-pellicano-trial-2152715

"Robert Pfeifer testified that he paid Mr. Pellicano to wiretap Erin Finn after learning she was a prostitute. Robert Pfeifer, a former music and video game executive, later testified, under a plea agreement, that he paid Mr. Pellicano some $200,000 to wiretap a former girlfriend, Erin Finn. Mr. Pfeifer said he did so after learning she was a prostitute and after she became a witness against him in a wrongful-termination lawsuit in 2000 against the video game company Z-Axis." "Next, Ms. Finn, after describing her several years as a high-priced escort, testified that she had given honest testimony in Mr. Pfeifer’s 2000 lawsuit about his use of illegal drugs. But, she said, she approached Mr. Pellicano in early 2001 to make a deal after his harassment — fueled by information gleaned from months of wiretapping — ran up her own legal bills and drove her to near bankruptcy."

"Finn then took the stand and admitted that while dating Pfeifer she had started an online escort business -- educatedescorts com -- that catered to clientele who were "socially awkward computer geeks.""

"Wednesday was really tedious technical stuff, so here is more entertainment from Tuesday. Just when you think that the silly level has gotten as high as it will go, here comes Robert J. Pfeifer. Mr. Pfeifer was a hotshot Hollywood Records exec and onetime lead singer of a group called the Human Switchboard…I guess it was big in some circles as this next victim of the Pelican had money to blow! Mr. Pfeifer likes to call “agencies” and have dancers sent to his home to…dance! Yes, that is the ultimate “wink wink,” they come they dance and next you know…”there she blows!” Well, somehow this musical genius calls this “broker of hookers” and speaks to a girl who ends up being a huge fan of him and his group! Bona Boy is 42 and this little tart is only 26 and attractive. One thing leads to another and the next thing they are dating. Mr. Pfeifer describes the relationship as “tumultuous”. Well “B-boy” gets canned from his big executive job and the next thing you know his love life is in the crapper. The word is out that Erin Finn, the hooker broker, is going to be deposed and is going to talk about his short comings to the other side in his lawsuit against his former employer!

So what does this wizard of wisdom do? The Pelican to the rescue…yes, he tells the court that he had seen Pellicano on the pages of Variety and Hollywood Reporter…he had “brilliant abilities,” he even worked for the President of the United States! And BAM, He hires him to see if the love of his life is a prostitute!!! Upon the initial meeting Pellicano had to have been well-rested when this sucker walked into this office! Pellicano tells him that he has heard that he was cool, and that he would do a “Super Special job…she won’t be able to use a reel of toilet paper without me knowing!” And with that, let the games begin! I guess he forgot were he met her at. He also hired a hacker who hacked Ms. Finn’s computer and sent all kinds of nasty pictures and e-mails to all of Ms. Finn’s friends. Ho no! They are going to know that hotcakes is a hooker! BUT! She has a specialty, “socially awkward geeks” were her professional expertise! That’s nice of her, even “geeks” need a good F&%$! And this is what she is doing, yup! 2 day minimum and her fees, $ 9000 to $24,000!!! A little cheaper than what Pellicano charged to Fuck his clients…I see some similar behavior! It is said that Mr. Pfeifer paid Pellicano the $25,000 and then the games really began. First Pellicano took what little manhood he had and then kept charging him to make sure “his” girlfriend, “our” girlfriend, “everyone’s” girlfriend was still hooking it around! Mr. B-Boy would end up paying the “Prince of Sicily” almost $225,000 to see if she was a hooker!"

“Finn’s resume runs the gamut from model, to escort, housesitter and Internet tech geek with her own Web presence.."

"This matter began with a nasty dispute between Robert Pfeifer, a video game developer and former Sony executive, and his ex-girlfriend Erin Finn. Finn allegedly opened an internet prostitution service causing Pfeifer to end their relationship."

"The plaintiffs in the action are Erin Finn, who allegedly ran an online prostitution service at one time"
http://www.jjllplaw.com/2011/03/10/c-a-allows-suit-over-pellicano-wiretapping-to-proceed/

"Mr. Pfeiffer told the courtroom that Mr. Pellicano was extremely effective against Ms. Finn. He said that Mr. Pellicano confirmed that Ms. Finn was working as a prostitute at the time she was dating Mr.Pfeiffer. Mr. Pfeiffer also testified that after the lawsuits against Ms. Finn, campaign of harassment and the wiretapping of her phones, Ms. Finn ultimately agreed to recant her testimony. He said that because of Mr. Pellicano, he was able to settle his lawsuit with his former employer and get on with his life. And, best of all, Mr. Pellicano also ended up playing yenta to these two crazy kids and got them back together for a while after Ms. Finn finally decided to be nice and stop saying that Mr. Pfeiffer used speed." "When Ms. Finn finally took the stand, she managed to deftly use a number of euphemisms in referring to her prior occupation, telling about being an “escort,” “a two day minimum,” “sort of being a travel agent,” and “occasionally providing sex” to “socially awkward geeks.”

"Wearing a conservative brown suit, Ms. Finn, an attractive blond and well-spoken woman with unusually high cheekbones, told the jury about how Mr. Pellicano and Mr. Pfeiffer harassed her, wiretapped her and ultimately, drove her into bankruptcy. She said that she started her escort service back in 1999 with a website, “educatedescort com.” She said the site appealed to socially awkward geeks and that her services included a two day minimum and sometimes involved sex."

"Mr. Hummel’s cross examination of Ms. Finn was a classic. Just as he hit the podium, Mr. Hummel asked loudly, “Ms. Finn, could you please tell us the dates when you started being a prostitute and the date when you ended being a prostitute.” She answered referring to her website start-up date and then said “it’s been decades.” Mr. Hummel didn’t let it rest. “Not quite decades,” he countered. Finally, he questioned her veracity, noting that she’d eventually recounted her testimony against Mr. Pfeiffer and “lied under oath.” He then finished her off by noting that when she lied for Mr. Pfeiffer, she was under the same sort of oath that she’s taken before testifying today. And with that, he stomped back to his seat, barely able to contain his eye roll."
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/allison-hope-weiner/pellicano-trial-spurned-l_b_93413.html



Name: Anne Marie, the Educated Escort
http://gawker.com/370057/a-brief-history-of-high-dollar-prostitution-silicon-valley-style









































"Anne Marie (not her real name either), a late-20s 5'9" blonde with cover-girl cheekbones, had never worked as a hooker pre-Internet. She has only recently taken up the escort game."

"Anne Marie pays $100 a month to list with another large Los Angeles-based site called Cityvibe. And she pays a Webmaster about $1,000 a year to maintain a web page of her own. She also has the San Francisco market on an Australian-based Web site called worldwide-escort.com, which gets almost all its traffic from Yahoo's Adult Services listing. From all this, she figures she gets about 700 cybervisitors a day. She started out charging $4,500 a day, with a two-day minimum, but the response was so good that she has since given herself a raise to $5,800 a day, still with a two-day minimum. When I met her, she was wearing an expensive-looking man-tailored gray suit and occasionally consulted her brand new Sony Vaio."

"Like Veronica, Anne Marie markets herself as providing a complete high-end experience. She's like Woody Allen's "Whore of Mensa"—except that she also puts out. She calls her Web site "educatedescort.com." The pictures of her there are pretty but fully clothed. Her text is well-written and laced with humor. Her FAQ ("Frequently Asked Questions") page includes: "What are your services for the $5,800 per day? I sit and read Thoreau and eat plums and fresh cherries in the hotel."
http://www.slate.com/articles/briefing/articles/2000/01/hookerscom.html

"Miss Virtue, who has been granted immunity from prosecution, described listening to calls made by Erin Finn, a former model, escort and the ex-girlfriend of Robert Pfeifer, a former rock musician and Disney record executive who hired Mr Pellicano to investigate Miss Finn.
Asked why she continued to listen to Miss Finn's calls after establishing she had worked as an escort, Miss Virtue replied, "because we had to get additional information. Anything to discredit her."
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/1581520/Pellicano-aide-details-Hollywood-spying.html

http://www.salon.com/2000/09/27/linux_escort/


Erin Elizabeth Finn OR Erin Elizabeth Finn Mercola?














http://www.waronwethepeople.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Erin-Finn-Wiki-Deleted-July-2-2008.jpg









I found her Pinterest page where she was proudly showing off some modeling photos. 
I posted the following public Pinterest profile to my FB profile and she removed 5 photos from public view within an hour of my post. 












33 public pins tagged "modeling daze" at 9:15 PM on 7/11/2017





























I posted her public Pinterest page to my FB profile at 9:19 PM on 7/11/2017. By 10:47 PM the same evening she had made 5 of her photos from that "modeling daze" page private.



My view of 28 public pins tagged "modeling daze" at 10:47 PM on 7/11/2017




My view of 33 pins tagged "modeling daze" at 9:07 PM on 7/11/2017 before she removed 5 pictures from view. #geek #linux 


My view of 33 pins tagged "modeling daze" at 9:07 PM on 7/11/2017 before she removed 5 pictures from view #geek #linux 
















My view of 33 pins tagged "modeling daze" at 9:07 PM on 7/11/2017 before she removed 5 pictures from view. #geek #linux #true #blood





Why would she remove 5 pictures from public view immediately after my post, after having so proudly displayed them publicly? Why did she only hide the photos that match the ones displayed in the article revealing her concealed last name










































After a parent linked this article about her concealed last name to Erin Elizabeth's Facebook page, she deleted it within minutes. Their exchange was taken to email where she claims the article is "fake" and "libel". She tries to discourage this parent from pressing her further to set the record straight by resorting to intimidation. She claims she is being harassed and that she is going to report this parent to authorities. She also claims she is making a report to CPS. 









I find her threatening a parent with CPS report when there is no indication of child abuse or neglect to be particularly disturbing, especially when I recall something odd I observed months ago when Erin was on my FB friends list.

I saw Erin Elizabeth at Health Nut News in a vegan antinatalist group on Facebook.
I was joining vegan groups to let vegans know that vaccines are never vegan. Facebook suggested groups to me. One of the suggested groups was a vegan antinatalist group of which Erin was already a member. I did not get a screenshot of what I saw because at the time I had no reason to be suspicious of Erin Elizabeth and the significance of what I had observed did not click in my mind until later.

Antinatalist humor: FB group titled "Throw the baby out with the bathwater."
Antinatalist philsophy says the birth rate should be zero and that people should not be created.
Antinatalists: Anything maternal is beneath them.





Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Senator Pan California Transverse Myelitis Awareness Day


Notice the amended version which eliminated the following sentence: "WHEREAS, Several factors may cause transverse myelitis, including certain infections, VACCINATIONS ... "

https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billTextClient.xhtml?bill_id=201720180SCR31



 

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Injecting Aluminum

Injecting Aluminum
In the early 90s, a mysterious muscular disease with symptoms that included severe muscle and joint pain, fatigue, and fever began to surface among multiple patients in France, leaving them debilitated. Doctors and researchers relentlessly searched for the cause of this troubling new condition. A team in Paris determined that these patients had developed a new disease called Macrophagic Myofascitis, or MMF, which occurs when the aluminum hydroxide adjuvant from a vaccine remains embedded in the muscle tissue.
Since the 1920s, aluminum salts have been used primarily as the adjuvant in most childhood vaccines to optimize the body's immune response to the injected disease. Aluminum is now known to be neurotoxic and the root cause of many serious illnesses including MS and Alzheimer. The aluminum adjuvant was only tested for 28 days, on two rabbits, and their remains have mysteriously disappeared. What the pharmaceutical companies don't make public is how the aluminum adjuvant was never rigorously tested before going on the market and there were alternatives albeit slightly more expensive--available.
Injecting Aluminum features interviews with MMF patients, doctors, scientists, and influential politicians who are speaking out for the very first time about the dangers of aluminum in vaccines. This groundbreaking documentary calls in to question the public health policies around aluminum in vaccines and the failure of health agencies globally to respond to the known neurotoxic effects of this powerful vaccine ingredient on the human body.




FACTS & KEY INFORMATION:
1) Macrophagic Myofasciitis (MMF), also referred to as Macrophagic Myofasciitis Syndrome (MMS), is a rare muscle disease characterized by microscopic lesions found in muscle tissue. It causes fatigue, chronic inflammation and joint pain.
2) The CDC has a complete list of vaccine ingredients on their website.
3) From FDA.gov: "Aluminum is incorporated into some vaccines as an adjuvant. The purpose of formulating vaccines with adjuvants is to increase the immune response to the antigen (the component of the vaccine that stimulates the immune system to make antibodies). When FDA evaluates a vaccine for safety and effectiveness, an adjuvant such as aluminum, is considered to be a part of the vaccine, rather than a component that is licensed separately."
4) Aluminum is present in U.S. childhood vaccines that prevent hepatitis A, hepatitis B, diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis (DTaP, Tdap), Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib), human papillomavirus (HPV) and pneumococcus infection.
5) The FDA study on aluminum in vaccines found that the maximum amount of aluminum an infant could be exposed to over the first year of life would be 4.225 milligrams (mg). Federal Regulations for biological products (including vaccines) limit the amount of aluminum in the recommended individual dose of biological products, to not more than 0.85-1.25 mg.
6) Amount of aluminum in vaccines include:
Hib (PedVaxHib brand only) - .225 mg per shot
Hepatitis B - .25 mg
DTaP - depending on the manufacturer, ranges from .17 to .625 mg
Pneumococcus - .125 mg
Hepatitis A - .25 mcg
HPV - .225 mg
Pentacel (DTaP, HIB and Polio combo vaccine) - .33 mcg
Pediarix (DTaP, Hep B and Polio combo vaccine) - .85 mcg

7) Recently, a new syndrome was introduced by Dr. Yehuda Shoenfeld, called Autoimmune/inflammatory Syndrome Induced by Adjuvants (ASIA). The activation of the immune system by adjuvants, a desirable effect, could trigger manifestations of autoimmunity or autoimmune disease that includes postvaccination phenomena, macrophagic myofasciitis, Gulf War syndrome and siliconosis. This syndrome is characterized by nonspecific and specific manifestations of autoimmune disease. 8) The French and British use the pronunciation "aluminium." We've elected to use the American-ized version "aluminum."
KEY INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THE FILM:
1) In 1993, doctors in Paris discovered that a group of patients had developed a new disease called Macrophagic Myofascitis, or MMF, which occurs when the aluminum hydroxide adjuvant from a vaccine remains embedded in the muscle tissue and causes an immune reaction.
2) Although generally well tolerated, aluminum may occasionally cause disabling health problems in presumably susceptible individuals. A small proportion of vaccinated people present with delayed onset of diffuse myalgia, chronic fatigue and cognitive dysfunction, and exhibit very long-term persistence of aluminum-loaded macrophages at site of previous intra-muscular (I.M.) immunization, forming a granulomatous lesion called Macrophagic Myofasciitis (MMF). Clinical symptoms associated with MMF are paradigmatic of the recently delineated "autoimmune/inflammatory syndrome induced by adjuvants" (ASIA) by Dr. Yehuda Shoenfeld.
3) Dr. Gherardi discusses how the macrophage system is supposed to work: "We analyzed the process whereby a macrophage ingests a particle. The macrophage behaves the same way, whether it is eating an infectious particle, a bacteria, or a particle of metal the size of a bacteria. It surrounds the intruder, bringing it inside its cell membrane. Then it develops a strategy for eliminating this toxic particle it has eaten. The technical name for the system is "autophagic xenophagy." It consists of isolating the toxin inside a double-walled sac. A sac with two membranes. That way, the alien invader is isolated. Next, the macrophage fuses with an organic killer, the lysosome. The lysosome fuses with the sac, or vacuole, and destroys everything inside. The lysosome contains highly destructive enzymes. They only operate at acidic pH, so it has an acidic pH. The enzymes kill living organisms like bacteria. They can also kill proteins or old mitochondria - any cellular waste material. But the pH, or acidity, is capable of corroding or dissolving mineral substances. To dissolve a mineral substance, you immerse it in an acidic environment, and it melts: it goes from being a solid to being a liquid. That's what usually happens to mineral particles. That's why we figured the flaw might be in the autophagy-xenophagy system."
4) Dr. Gherardi discusses this flaw and how those with MMF have a different genetic make-up that prohibits them from secreting the aluminum: "We know there are 34 genes which code for this highly complex machinery. So we looked for 109 variants; that is, genetic variations on each of these genes. They are "normal." That means the mutations do not cause disease in and of themselves. But they do predispose the system to dysfunctions. Of the 109 variants we checked out, we found 7 variants, located on six different genes, which are significantly found more frequently in patients with MMF, as compared to the general public. There are international consensus guidelines indicating normal ranges. It is interesting to note that these genetic mutations are cumulative. That is, our MMF patients present more than one variation. They have three, four, or five, and their effects probably combine. As a result, in a normal situation, when the macrophage just performs standard duties, it works fine. If the job makes extra demands on the macrophage, most people overcome the difficulty, with a struggle. But a small minority will be totally unable to secrete the enzyme, and the toxin will remain. If 10, 20, or 25 vaccines are administered, regardless of genes, everyone will be overcome by the toxic burden. The cause of the system breakdown will be the toxicity itself."
5) Once doctors at the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research realized they had a group of patients with the same mysterious symptoms, they began intensely studying them to try to figure out the cause of the disease. All the patients had muscle lesions that, after extensive testing, were found to contain aluminum in them. Dr. Romain Gherardi, who was leading the efforts, searched all the patients records to try and find the source of the exposure. He found a reference to aluminum as a vaccine adjuvant and then tracked down all the past vaccination records for each patient, only to find that 100% of the patients had been vaccinated relatively recently.
6) Macrophagic Myofasciitis (MMF) is now clearly identified as induced by aluminum salts in vaccines. Studying MMF has now enabled substantial scientific progress towards proper diagnosis of the disease. Recently, Dr. Romain Gherardi wrote a book about his experiences with aluminum, vaccines and MMF called Toxic Story - Two or three embarrassing truths about vaccines and their adjuvants.
7) Aluminum salts are identified as neurotoxic by the highest French health authorities. Many diseases, such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Crown's, Sarcoidosis, development of allergies, cases of chronic fatigue, multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, autism and many more could be caused by aluminum according to Professor Christopher Exley (GB), renowned international specialist in aluminum toxicity and a professor in inorganic chemistry at Birchall Centre at Keele University, Straffordshire, UK.
8) Professor Jérôme Authier is a neurologist and director of the INSERM's U955 E10 unit at Paris-Est University. He coordinates the Centre of Reference for Neuromuscular Diseases at H. Mondor Hospital, Créteil, France. He asserts: Aluminum lasts many months in the injection site of the vaccine. Simultaneously, it migrates to the body and enters organs such as the spleen, liver, brain. This migration occurs more or less rapidly according to 3 criteria:
The injection site: faster migration if the injection is administrated by subcutaneously rather than intramuscularly,
Genetics: faster migration on some people more than others
The dose: a moderate dose of aluminum adjuvant forms small aggregates of particle. It migrates in the brain faster than a significant dose which in turn forms larger aggregates, long stored in the periphery.
It also accumulates in the lymph nodes and spleen, which are organs related to the immune system.
Patients with Macrophagic Myofasciitis suffer from cognitive disorders such as brain dysfunction, associated with persistence extended aluminum in their body at the injection site.

9) The discovery of MMF by the INSERM team in France is now included in Dr. Yehuda Shoenfeld's list of Autoimmune/inflammatory syndromes induced by adjuvants, also known as ASIA. Dr. Yehuda Shoenfeld founded the Centre for Autoimmune Diseases at Israel's greatest hospital and is considered the "Godfather of Autoimmunology." He has written over 25 books about autoimmunity, many of them considered to be cornerstones of clinical practice on the subject.
10) Individual cases of MMF have been reported in many countries. Portuguese researchers are now following a cohort of individuals with Macrophagic Myofasciitis.
11) Two professors from the University of British Columbia, Dr. Christopher Shaw, a Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences and holds cross appointments with the Department of Experimental Medicine and the Graduate Program in Neuroscience, and Lucija Tomljenovic, from the Neural Dynamics Research Group at the University of British Columbia, have published a study called, "Aluminum vaccine adjuvants: are they safe?" In the study they assert, "Electron microscopy and microanalytical analysis showed that the appearance of MMF lesions was due to long-term persistence of aluminum adjuvants at the site of injections and concomitant ongoing local immune reactions [8, 83]. Aluminum was shown to persist at the site of injection from several months up to 8 years following vaccination [83, 85]. MMF lesions were subsequently also reproduced in rats by injection of aluminum adjuvants [86]."
In their study, which was published in the journal Current Medicinal Chemistry, Shaw and Tomljenovic contend that medical science's understanding of the metallic element's mechanisms of action in the body remains poor. They argue that experimental research shows that aluminum adjuvants have the potential to induce serious autoimmune disorders, long-term brain inflammation, and associated neurological complications.
12) The French court ruled that the Council of State (the highest French administrative jurisdiction) has acknowledged the link between Macrophagic Myofascite and aluminum in vaccines in court 8 times (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015).
13) Many lives have been greatly affected because of the presence of aluminum in vaccines, and tens of thousands of people are still waiting for a diagnosis. People who are diagnosed with MMF are often socially excluded due to the debilitating effects of the disease. 78% of them can no longer work. The exhaustion often prevents them from being able to have a regular job or keep up with social or family obligations.
14) The safety of aluminum has been debated since 1891. Two German scientists claimed that aluminum was dangerous. They said it could start to break down, and dissolve into food. To settle court cases, manufacturers hired scientists on both sides to do research. Some tried to show aluminum was harmless, others, that it was toxic. A commission was appointed by Roosevelt in 1908 to consider the safety of aluminum further. High economic and scientific stakes were attached to aluminum. Certain researchers published incriminating evidence and alleged that aluminum was harmful. Ernest Ellsworth Smith was recognized as a scientist. He published a book in 1928, to weigh all the pros and cons of aluminum. The book was extremely biased and omitted any findings that aluminum was harmful. The anti-aluminum side, Smith's opponents, had much less funding, and couldn't afford to publish a book like this one. Both sides had scientists doing serious, legitimate work but the pro-aluminum group had sponsorship and was able to quash all legitimate concerns from the other side.
15) The study cited as the main reference on how the body absorbs the aluminum adjuvant in a vaccine was done in 1997. It was carried out by an American researcher named Flarend. His co-author is Stanley Hem, the pope of adjuvants. Their study comprised of injecting radioactive aluminum into two rabbits. They then monitored the rate at which the rabbits could eliminate the radioactive aluminum, by measuring the levels of aluminum in the rabbits' urine. Elimination, 28 days post-injection was 6%. In other words, 94% of the aluminum remained in the animal's body. The animals were only studied for 28 days, no long-term studies were ever done. Despite this study, scientists still claim that it only takes a few weeks to eliminate aluminum injected into humans.
16) Aluminum hydroxide became available in 1927. The exact same compound is still used today in vaccines, vaccinology continues to use aluminum in the same form as it was originally used in 1927 with no new scientific developments.
A portion of these supplemental facts were provided by E3M, the French Association, Entraide Aux Malades de la Myofasciite Macrophages (Macrophage Myofasciitis Patients).

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Dr. Richard Pan #WEDID




You'll have to understand psychopaths to understand a pediatrician/politician who publicly mocks the parents of vaccine injured children.

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Liam Scheff Comic CDC Psychopaths

Liam Scheff is a hero to mothers and children forever!

Liam could see the psychopath infestation at Center for Destroying Children (and gaslighting their parents!)