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By WRCU2 (registered) - website | Posted August 28, 2009 at 07:33:58

Clever tongue clucking Michelle, I especially enjoyed the Semmelweiss jab. But common sense should tell you that the average reader won't grasp the sarcasm you've purveyed in the Wiki link. That would require too much additional reading or thinking.

This doctor learned how to save the lives of women giving birth simply by washing hands. But these underclass women and their illegitimate babies were expected to die. Ignaz Semmelweiss performed his miraculous hand washing in free clinics, so he defied the common sense of the for profit medical establishment of his time. He also risked destroying a rather convenient form of population control.

On one hand there is the Lord's wisdom and on the other is something very common amongst us dumbed down ignorant people, WE believe the sweet lies of Satan. Ignaz was declared insane, beaten and tortured for the heresy of preserving lives for free. He died at the ripe old age of 47 for his crime against common medical cents.

Fast forward to the twenty first century. Novel flu, a manipulated pandemic and a rush to jab pregnant women and children with needles bearing live virus and a slew of other bad nasties. Common sense says, get out and enjoy the sunshine, eat healthy foods with vitamins C&D, cook with garlic, etcetera. But NO, WHO says we must be VACCINATED. Don't believe those old wives tales from homemaking magazines.

Shame on us! Roll up your sleeve and receive The sweet lies from a big prick Whose ultimate goal is to deceive Our common senses and make us sick

Thanks for sharing Michelle.

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