Comments: 3

  1. Posted by T.T.C. 07 Mar 2015 at 8:47 am

    Towards the end Dr. Park insulted and criticized Leonard on how a physician thinks. Most doctors are like that with their ego. Seems like she was under estimating Leonard, that he’s not in a position or has the authority to lecture. She’s an agent snake working for the government. Scared if she speaks out, she might lose her license or get death threats. She rather play along and be a good puppet. I’m embarrassed that’s she’s a dumb Asian doctor, I apologized on behalf of her ignorance on the Asian race. Making us look bad. – TTC

  2. Posted by D.D. 07 Mar 2015 at 3:13 pm

    Len, I remember getting an injection just over 50 years ago when I was at Jarvis Collegiate High School.

    The pus that kept running out of that area told me more about the vaccines, than any nurse or Doctor could.

    Both you and Janet were spot on with what the vaccines were not. Both Park and Green were covering up the truth and how they could take the stands that they did, showed a true lack of caring for the recipients of the harmful products.

    You are doing great work against fraudulent companies that have no compassion for those they hurt.

    – D.D.

  3. Posted by inspired528 08 Mar 2015 at 10:45 pm

    Wow! I thought that with her medical “expertise” Dr. Park would at least present some semblance of cohesive, fact/research-based argument. I’ve heard far more scientifically sound analysis of observable data, and fact-centered opinion from 7th graders. That is not an exaggeration.

    As for Senator Josh Green: “….I’m not arguing with anyone” No doc., clearly you’re not, and for good reason. You are simply defending the existing medical mafia paradigm, as any well-schooled CDC/WHO demagogue would. There is no argument; certainly nothing resembling one of logic and reason.

    “…. I turn to her (Dr. Park) and trust her to protect my children. I’m just saying that as a father. Okay?” – While that wasn’t the dumbest statement of the discussion, it was without a doubt one of the most painfully irresponsible, morally reprehensible suggestions (Yes. It’s a thought suggestion directed to fathers.) In case you missed Dr. Green’s redirection …”but, let’s keep it at science.”

    There’s so much more that could be said about the above featured characters, but I suppose they both did a pretty decent job of limiting discussion (and idea) to and arguing for the current sick and diseased medical model. There was not a single alternative to immunology (via vaccines) even hinted at by either.

    “I never met — Maybe they’re out there (implying mainly South Africa) a parent that didn’t just shriek in horror, that they couldn’t have done something. They want you to do something.” So, it would never occur to Dr. Green to explore any other (health-promoting) option? Don’t you wonder why that is?

    Dr. Horowitz and Janet Edghill based their opinions on researched data, studied facts, and correlated personal experiences and observations to those facts. Unlike Sen. Green they present a much greater and comprehensive view of “…that’s how science works.”

    I know that a lot of people may recognize that panel discussions are set up to contain their built-in, status quo bias. At the same time, opposing opinion is invited to give the discussion/argument/debate “balance”. It was so obvious that neither Dr. Park nor Dr. Josh Green were properly prepared to meet their opposition, Dr. Horowitz and Janet Edghill, who were prepared, and were honest in their presentation.

    In all sincerity, I hope that viewers pick up on that emotionally potent, simplistic shtick from Dr. Green and Park, and recognize what they are really promoting – even if they themselves are actually blind (at least partially) to who they serve and protect.

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