Hilary Butler - Saturday, June 17, 2017
Dr Douglas Lush, we have met before, as you may recall. In your response to my article in the Gisborne Herald, you call me a conspiracist.Did you look at the evidence on the back up blog, at the bottom on my Gisborne Herald article?
You were born around 1970. As ACTING Director of Public Health you had a large library at your disposal, with the exact same information I ha...
Hilary Butler - Sunday, June 11, 2017
In today’s Herald on Sunday was an article about Waitetuna school near Raglan, where the school principal agreed to allow a midwife to show a film about the other side of vaccines on the school premises, but the board of Trustees overturned her agreement, on the basis that the topic was controversial.
I have a question. What are schools for?
Education, or social engineering? George ...
Hilary Butler - Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Many will have seen and heard the verbal antics of bioevangelist Dr Lance O’Sullivan, along with the media salivating on his bone, followed by Toby Manhire’s rant called “Dangerous tripe of the anti-vaxxers”.
Bioevangelists believe that medical science has an exclusive mortgage on answers to public health issues. They go about proselytizing all and sundry to...
Hilary Butler - Friday, April 24, 2015
Yesterday's blog provoked a storm of protesting emails, akin to "How dare you compare the rape of a woman to vaccination!" According to the New Zealand Herald, .... "Fiona McCormack, the CEO of Domestic Violence Victoria said the comparison was "so irresponsible and inappropriate"."
Actually, I dare to disagree.
There is such a thing as "rape" and "medical rape"
I've been there on...
Hilary Butler - Saturday, June 29, 2013
The UK medical profession says that the one and only death from measles was caused by the fact that this 25 year old man didn’t have the MMR vaccine as a child.
Right at the bottom of the Daily Mail article we are told that this man died of Giant Cell Pneumonia, which was never diagnosed..
What is Giant Cell Pneumonia?
It's also known as Heckt's Pneumonia, and it's where huge ce...
Hilary Butler - Tuesday, May 28, 2013
There are days when you wonder where supposed experts leave their brains. Worse, you wonder about the people who follow like lemmings. Dr Arthur Caplan has scored another hit in the brainless bullseye for his recent medieval thinking blog. I will intersperse comments amongst his mental witterings:
Measles are breaking out all over Britain. First lie. Of course, Caplan doesn&rs...
Hilary Butler - Friday, May 17, 2013
The year 1997 in Australia is etched in my mind, because 17 years ago, the then Minister of Health, Dr Michael Wooldridge, started a fraudulent media campaign stating that Australia's childhood vaccination rates were 53%. This figure was not only splattered over the Australian Media... it made it into the New Zealand Herald. It didn't matter to him, or the media, that the data he provided...
Hilary Butler - Saturday, October 06, 2012
It is time the discussion about breast milk changed to fact, not denial. Yes, there should be labels on formula, just as there are labels on cigarettes.
But if formula feeding parents really mean business in terms of accepting that breast is best, then they should be campaigning for a nationwide breast milk bank.
It is also important that people like Lisa Watson, understand a wee bit of his...
Hilary Butler - Thursday, March 01, 2012
Why is it, that everyone else wants to editorialise on other people's choices? This is an interesting question, after the last blog on the bigger picture of breastfeeding. Do I care if people want to put artificial formula into their babies? On the one hand, no I don't because it's their choice, but on the other hand, yes, I do, because it's my experience, that most people do ...
Hilary Butler - Tuesday, May 24, 2011
The main and unique intermediary step between a NON-INFLAMMATORY phenotype, which is the default setting in pregnancy and for all baby mammals - and a more individually competent educated immune system better able to handle the world's dangers and challenges.... is breast milk.
The prime directives programmed into breast milk in the first two years - apart from "food"... ARE: ...
Hilary Butler - Monday, April 25, 2011
The subject of a previous blog on Paul Offit, was his porkies in his new book "Deadly choices" Dr Offit has authored another document, where, amongst various dictatorial objectives, he wants to force yearly "exemption reviews" by a "state-approved counselor" (inquisitor/brainwasher), to brow-beat parents who chose not to vaccinate - who will no doubt then be billed by the st...
Hilary Butler - Saturday, October 02, 2010
(By Peter Butler) Especially when it's been spent dealing with issues and systems governed by engrained mindsets, and heavily influenced by huge vested interests more interested in profits, than making available all of the facts ...without restriction; or providing customized care to unique individuals, rather than trying to fit everyone into their "one-size-fits-all" moulds.
Hilary Butler - Thursday, September 23, 2010
What epidemic? "Numbers have been on the rise since June this year, but they really spiked up in August," said Dr Alison Roberts, of the Ministry of Health' ... Hiding behind the word "epidemic", as a scare tactic, Alison Roberts continues: "We have been expecting an epidemic around now. New Zealand has a whooping cough epidemic every four to five years, and the last one started in 1999." ...
Hilary Butler - Wednesday, September 22, 2010
By Peter Butler. This website provides you with two “clicking” options, representing two people and two different perspectives – HILARY’S DESK and OUT OF THE MOULD. I suppose you could say that it is two sides of the RRMT “coin”. It is not a case of which side is more important.
Both are needed equally to make the “whole”. If you ...
Hilary Butler - Wednesday, September 22, 2010
By Peter Butler. Here is the follow up to “VOICES AND CHOICES”.
I make no apology for returning to a topic which I believe is absolutely crucial in everybody’s lifestyle.
Most of us would agree that the ability to exercise freedom of choice is a fundamental human right. It plays a big part in our uniqueness (See “Facts many People Prefer to Ignore”) but it ...
Hilary Butler - Wednesday, September 08, 2010
In another piece of cherrypicking nonsense called “Clash of the anecdotes”, Peter Griffin seems to think no-one else reads newspapers. He says:
If you read today’s letters to the Sunday Star Times you’ll see the flip side of anecdotal evidence on the use of intravenous vitamin C to treat serious illness. The letter below … illustrates well why it is potentially v...
Hilary Butler - Sunday, August 22, 2010
It never ceases to amaze me, when people who put themselves out as scientists, display woeful researching skills, and appear not to hear what is said on programmes they criticise. Peter Griffin at Sciblogs had this to say about the 60 Minutes documentary “Living Proof”. Amongst his various ramblings, he misses the fact that experts were asked to comment.. but ref...
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 - Friday, April 02, 2010
Yesterday, in the Far North, Dr Jonathan Jarman had high blood pressure because he feared that 28 cases of measles in the last two months, in pakeha homeschooling, alternative life stylers in Hokianga, could trigger measles cases and deaths left, right and centre. His advice to health workers was to bail up everyone unvaccinated, born after 1969, and shoot’em up with an MMR vaccine, and t...