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Part 3 of 4 Offiteerers’ cognitive dissonance

Hilary Butler - Saturday, November 28, 2009

 

If provaccine people saw that there were barking up the wrong tree, and acted on it, they would immediately be isolated from their peers as if they were some virulent plague. Their revered “experts” who are pretty much the only social group they have known for years, would all look at them, point the finger and shout, “TRAITOR”.

The "turncoat" would lose all their friends (and income) in one second flat. Professionally, their CV would be ripped up in front of their eyes. As if that weren’t bad enough, if they tried to write up their new-found revelation of the blindingly obvious, properly and scientifically, and have it published in the so-called “reliable” medical journals, their work would be automatically rejected.

Another inducement to shut up is....what other job are they trained to do?

The Provaccine Sherman Tank is too large, and underpinned by so much money and so many sharebrokers, that to allow dissent is unthinkable on an intellectual, “dogma” or financial level. More seriously, to admit that the whole history of vaccination has been selectively reported over 100+ years, would kneecap any trust in the medical profession right there. 

Fundamental "trust" would be shattered.

There is an even harder reason for a provaccine doctor to recant.

It’s incredibly difficult on a personal level to admit to yourself that you, as an intelligent person, have been deceived/blinded/hoodwinked – whatever you want to call it. That’s one reason why it took me so long to take a more public stand on my “conversion”…!!!

If it’s hard enough for an ordinary person to admit they were wrong, think about how hard it would be for these crème de la crème – the most “intelligent” who have had the priviledge of being accepted into medical school, and who then “invested” their professional reputation and income on such a “passion”.

And as I said, intelligent people can’t possibly suffer from “cognitive dissonance” can they???

To be continued.  Part Four

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