The only reason we get away with giving such large doses of epinephrine to these patients is that they are already dead.

- Rogue Medic

This Friday the 13th Don’t Let Homeopathy Cross Your Mind

It is Homeopathy Awareness Week.

 

Homeopathy Week!

This is a whole week devoted to nothing.

Not just nothing, but nothing diluted to be less than nothing! With some magical tapping thrown in as part of the sales pitch.

Homeopathy is a magical belief system that is just as valid as anything children make up when they are playing with imaginary friends – and just as unencumbered by evidence.

And following the advice of homeopaths can kill you if you have a real illness, rather than a cold, or some anxiety, or gullibility.

One Example Of Why Treatments Without Evidence Are Dangerous.

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From the desk of the Grand Wizard of the American Coven of Homeopaths.

CC: Oprah Winfrey, Dr. Jay Gordon, Jenny McCarthy, Deepak Choprah, Sylvia Browne, John Edwards, Dr. (for as long as it lasts) Andrew Wakefield, Dr. et cetera.

Top secret.

Not for distribution.

We will put a hex on you.

A real bad hex, not a weenie homeopathic hex.

For Homeopathy Awareness Week we do have to make you aware of some things:

Due to the recent developments with Zicam[1] and the problems with the British Chioropractic Association and their inability to keep their minions in line,[2] we need to warn you about some problems. Nothing that can’t be fixed with smoke, mirrors, misdirection, and the usual stupid arguments that still seem to confuse otherwise intelligent dupes.

Sometimes the medication we sell to the public is safe to take, but only as long as our victims patients do not avoid conventional medical treatment. As you know, this is because there is nothing active in the homeopathic medication.

Other times we just pretend to sell the public that holy water, but we put real medication in there so that there is some effect other than the placebo effect. We use this loop hole so that we do not have to meet the FDA requirements for real medication, while we pretend to be selling distilled water.

Since both of these approaches are completely dishonest, we will never tell our victims patients whether they are getting violated treated with an active fraud or an inactive fraud.

Most important we must convince people that the reason the fake homeopathy Zicam causes them to lose their sense of smell is not because real homeopathy stinks. I don’t know where they would get that idea.

Be very careful discussing this with anyone who might have a shred of integrity. We believe that we have diluted integrity to a 1 google C level in our organization, but integrity is so foreign to us that we may not recognize integrity when confronted with the genuine article.

Honesty is the enemy. All truth is a lie. We only hurt people because it is the quickest way to their money we love them.

This is big business. The real drug companies only wish they could make up whatever BS they want, but real drug companies have real oversight. We just answer to Satan.

MwaHaHaHaHa!


Our victims patients need to be lied to.

Our victims patients do not get to choose the lie they receive.

That’s just tough love, homeopathy style.

It’s good to be the Grand Wizard, baby!

Dictated by Baal, Grand Wizard of the American Coven of Homeopaths, for distribution to all active minions and executives of commercial partners.


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Footnotes:

[1] FDA Advises Consumers Not To Use Certain Zicam Cold Remedies
Intranasal Zinc Product Linked to Loss of Sense of Smell

FDA
June 16, 2009
Press Release

[2] McTimoney Chiropractors told to take down their web sites
The Quackometer
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Top Secret Warning

This is not part of the silliness. This is a real warning sent out by real quacks.

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Comments

  1. Why do these quacks still have business?
    “I’m a doctor.”
    “What kind of doctor?”
    “A chiropractor.”
    “That’s cute.”

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