What “skeptics” really believe about vaccines, medicine, consciousness and the universe

(NaturalNews) By Mike Adams

Mike Adams

In the world of medicine, “skeptics” claim to be the sole protectors of intellectual truth. Everyone who disagrees with them is just a quack, they insist. Briefly stated, “skeptics” are in favor of vaccines, mammograms, pharmaceuticals and chemotherapy. They are opponents of nutritional supplements, herbal medicine, chiropractic care, massage therapy, energy medicine, homeopathy, prayer and therapeutic touch.

But there’s much more that you need to know about “skeptics.” As you’ll see below, they themselves admit they have no consciousness and that there is no such thing as a soul, a spirit or a higher power. There is no life after death. In fact, there’s not much life in life when you’re a skeptic.

What skeptics really believe

I thought it would be interesting to find out exactly what “skeptics” actually believe, so I did a little research and pulled this information from various “skeptic” websites. What I found will make you crack up laughing so hard that your abs will be sore for a week. Take a look…

• Skeptics believe that ALL vaccines are safe and effective (even if they’ve never been tested), that ALL people should be vaccinated, even against their will, and that there is NO LIMIT to the number of vaccines a person can be safely given. So injecting all children with, for example, 900 vaccines all at the same time is believed to be perfectly safe and “good for your health.”

• Skeptics believe that fluoride chemicals derived from the scrubbers of coal-fired power plants are really good for human health. They’re so good, in fact, that they should be dumped into the water supply so that everyone is forced to drink those chemicals, regardless of their current level of exposure to fluoride from other sources.

• Skeptics believe that many six-month-old infants need antidepressant drugs. In fact, they believe that people of all ages can be safely given an unlimited number of drugs all at the same time: Antidepressants, cholesterol drugs, blood pressure drugs, diabetes drugs, anti-anxiety drugs, sleeping drugs and more — simultaneously!

• Skeptics believe that the human body has no ability to defend itself against invading microorganism and that the only things that can save people from viral infections are vaccines.

• Skeptics believe that pregnancy is a disease and childbirth is a medical crisis. (They are opponents of natural childbirth.)

• Skeptics do not believe in hypnosis. This is especially hilarious since they are all prime examples of people who are easily hypnotized by mainstream influences.

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One Response to What “skeptics” really believe about vaccines, medicine, consciousness and the universe

  1. Medical Student says:

    Many people do not understand how homeopathy works, so they are skeptics.

    Homeopathy is a very complex medicine, and it works because of quantum physics.

    Steps to make a remedy:
    1. One drop of the original substance with 100 drops of water
    2. Shake
    3. One drop of that substance, 100 drops water
    4. Shake
    5. Steps 1-4 are repeated until there is no amount of the original substance in the tincture
    This point is called Avogadro’s number or Avogadro’s constant.
    As steps 1-4 are repeated, the remedy becomes stronger.
    This is because of quantum leaps and quantum physics.
    Hey, just because we didn’t know how bats flew in caves, doesn’t mean they didn’t fly in caves.
    Just because we don’t have the technology at this point in time to figure out how homeopathy works, doesn’t mean it doesn’t.

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