Hilary Butler - Sunday, July 28, 2013
An Amazon.com company has announced today, the release of a new book called Dissolving Illusions, which reviews social history and it's impact on infectious diseases.
Hilary Butler - Tuesday, April 24, 2012
This week's "The Science" contains an opinion piece on future vaccines for TB which deserves a historic comment. The title of the article "Opinion: A TB vaccine blueprint" isn't likely to make headlines in the lay media for pretty obvious but unstated reasons. They relate to the fact that most parents today, are under the "illusion" that the great white plague was vanquished by...
Hilary Butler - Saturday, March 19, 2011
Do you, like some other kiwis I know, roll up and get your five yearly "pneumonia shot"? You did know, of course, that it was useless, right? Of course not. I mean, if that was the case, your doctor wouldn't have given it to you, right? You did know that the Cochrane Collaboration, medical doyen of evidence based medicine, has stated that the polysaccharide pneumococcal vaccine is useless since...
Hilary Butler - Tuesday, February 08, 2011
This post is specifically for parents who believe their children have been damaged by Gardasil, and is an attempt to put in the public arena, information which has been conveyed privately, until now. This is information you need to know if your child is damaged, or had died after Gardasil.
If your child has died.
Current autopsy protocols in New Zealand are totally inadequate.
Hilary Butler - Wednesday, January 05, 2011
Open Letter to the Hon Minister of Health, Tony Ryall, Dear Mr Ryall, We realise that health policy is determined by your advisors, but we believe that it's time for you to independently do some research on Pubmed, Google Scholar and apply some commonsense to the escalating industry entrenchment around the expensive testing for and treatment of rheumatic fever. What most conce...
Hilary Butler - Wednesday, September 08, 2010
Oh the irony of it all. Peter Griffin of Sciblogs fame reckons he has H1N1. Would love to know how he knows that. After all, the only people being tested for H1N1 are those in ICU. Not even “normal” patients in the “fly-by" outpatients get tested. Perhaps he has special connections? Called in a favour maybe? Perhaps he should post the ‘laboratory pro...
Hilary Butler - Friday, August 20, 2010
Are doctor prepared to their patients to die, rather than take note of either Allan Smith, or the known medical literature? Hence, this open letter to New Zealand Herald.
Your "in brief" report on page 5, in the NZH 20th August reporting the H1N1 death of a 53 year old man in Waikato hospital, (who had no pre-existing health conditions), and two Auckland men, 29 and 57. These de...
Hilary Butler - Sunday, June 06, 2010
Why doesn't the World Health Organisation stop making fools of themselves? As reported in the Washington Post two European reports have been very critical of the WHO's handling of the swine flu pandemic. WHO's reply? "The idea that we declared a pandemic when there wasn't a pandemic is both historically inaccurate and downright irresponsible," said WHO spokesman Gregory Hartl in a telephon...
Hilary Butler - Wednesday, May 12, 2010
It makes logical sense that very high IgA levels of rotavirus neutralizing antibodies in breast-milk, would result in babies not developing high levels of antibodies against an oral rotavirus vaccine, right? The conclusions of a recent study was that lots of studies should look at stopping mothers breastfeeding before and after vaccination, to overcome this "negative effect&...
Hilary Butler - Thursday, April 29, 2010
OPEN LETTER : Dear Drs Michael Osterholm, Kris Ehresmann and Ed Belangia; None of you get it, do you? You say you “know the idea that the flu vaccine doesn't prevent deaths in the elderly sounds almost blasphemous” and that you “didn't really want to believe it at first either,” but that the new research is “incontrovertible”? The new research is no les...
Hilary Butler - Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Recently, I was contacted by a young woman about to complete her midwifery qualifications. She had delivered a baby whose young mother was a hepatitis B carrier. This young aspiring midwife had recently returned a negative blood test for Hepatitis B antibodies, Immediately, concerns had been raised that she may have been exposed to surface antigen from the baby's ski...
Hilary Butler - Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Here's how the story goes. In 2005 Glaxo Smith Kline, amongst other vaccine firms, threatened the UK Government, saying - "You've got to increase the use of ordinary annual flu vaccine in UK, or if a pandemic comes, we won't supply pandemic vaccine! So there." Fast forward to 2010. The UK Government wanted to back out on the 2009 H1N1 vaccine contract, but GSK refused.&nbs...
Hilary Butler - Saturday, April 24, 2010
You read that right. It comes right at the end of an astonishing article talking about how the 1976 Swine flu vaccine, (which never needed to be used in the first place, and was stopped because it caused serious neurological damage in recipients) produced really good levels of functional antibodies... However, the 2009 H1N1 vaccine did not. But here's the irony of it all... Point...
Hilary Butler - Thursday, April 08, 2010
The medical system knows that the flu data is misleading, but that doesn’t matter. They will do each other a good turn at every possible opportunity. So Professor Robert Scragg, who co-authored this paper which shows that vitamin D deficiency is the driver as to whether or not anyone gets influenza at all, isn’t going to stand up and say, “Don’t worry about th...
Hilary Butler - Wednesday, April 07, 2010
People with any brains, can see, when they are told that ordinary flu kills 400 New Zealanders every year, that 20 deaths from swine flu is chickenfeed. They also wonder why it was only last year, that steps were taken in medical practices to stop people with "influenza like illnesses", from infecting everyone else, while they sit in the waiting room. Some even asked the question as to whether ...
Hilary Butler - Tuesday, April 06, 2010
Here’s where their stupid data-mongering went wrong. Because they have repeatedly lied about flu deaths by simple multiplication and adding in deaths from a whole swathe of viruses that have nothing to do with the flu when there is actually only a handful of real flu deaths in the country every year, they weren’t able to admit that actually, the swine flu WAS worse than the ordinary...
Hilary Butler - Friday, January 29, 2010
Just when you thought it couldn't get worse for WHO, it has. Perhaps they looked at the amount of money Bill Gates was slinging around at vaccines over the next ten years, and thought..."Well, if he gets that much from selling computers, then think how much we can rake off people who USE his computers, however they use them!!?!!" Voila. Brilliant... What an idea. Let's tax every email, all int...
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 co...
Hilary Butler - Sunday, August 30, 2009
"Bodily Matters” by Nadja Burbach.
First, a background to my review:
20 years ago, my then GP, whose thesis was on smallpox, expressed surprise that I could have accepted without investigation, the medical dogma which stated that the smallpox vaccine saved the world from much misery, and vanquished Smallpox. Like most people today, I’d absorbed the “stories” from school and thought no further...