Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Dr Steven Parker, WebMD Jackass

I learned of a blog at WebMD where this jackass named Dr Steven Parker was putting down parents who attended the Green our Vaccines Rally last month.

I asked this lame excuse for a physician to explain how we could cure autism with chelation if thimerosal had not caused the autism. One would think an MD who has the balls to bash parents for trying to help their poisoned kids would be able to dream up some sort of answer to this simple question.

Steven Parker, MD didn't even try. He just deleted my comment. I guess he thought I'd go away and not bother him again.

You wuz wrong, Doc. You see, I thoroughly enjoy calling the bluffs of assholes like you. Do you actually think anyone who has cured autism is not going to shove your words back down your throat?

This ignorant fuck with a medical degree actually had the balls to try to tell us that 3 million kids a year would not die if they had vaccines as his bogus defense of poisoning babies into autism. He thought he could simply ignore the fact that people like me only object to the THIMEROSAL in the vaccines.

After I started writing this, I went back to check the link I used and noticed that the cowardly Dr Parker had also deleted my second comment. That was two chances I gave this child abusing fuck to regain some of the respect the medical profession has lost by lying about poisoning our babies. He's so ashamed of his profession's lies that he had deleted my comment within 10 minutes. He knew I had him by the nuts so he took the cowards way out and hit the delete key.

Well doc, you can delete my comments all you like on your own blog but you can't delete them here. So, I'll spell it out for you again. We know beyond a shadow of a doubt that you bastards poisoned our babies into autism. We've known it for 9 years. We started curing some of those kids about 7 years ago and now lots of them are back to normal. Each one of those cured kids proves that you guys screwed up. You just can't deny it any more because we aren't going to let you.

Your reputations are now garbage and they are getting worse with each day that passes without you scumbags admitting the truth. It's time to admit that you screwed up and start repairing the brain damage that you caused to our kids. We can do it without you because some decent doctors have taught us how but, that won't help you repair the damage you've done to your lofty spot in our caste system.

Pretty soon, pediatricians are going to seem about as credible as drug addicts. Nobody is going to trust you when the whole world learns that you bastards are still trying to lie to us about autism while we correct your malpractice ourselves. Ooooh, what a tangled web we weave, doc. The longer the lie persists, the worse you are going to look. The jig's up, doc.

42 comments:

Anonymous said...

thats too funny. i couldnt tell whether they deleted your comment or mine. perhaps both of ours. however, i wasnt as crafty as you and cleaned mine up and removed the part where our comments made his article look like a drug dealers phone number scribbled on the back of a skanky crumpled bar napkin.
*mine posted immediately after removing that comment and another. but yet we are irresponsible yet responsible for spreading disease.
he can dish it out and not take it.
GREAT JOB ON THE REROUTE FOR YOUR COMMENT I HOPE EVERYONE READS IT!!!
The Poetress, MD

Anonymous said...

Of course, he'll read this...

Foresam said...

Poetress,
I just caught a glimpse of your comment while I was typing this entry. When I went back, it was gone. Doctors should be smarter than to take public comments from people with poisoned kids.

The doc already deleted my link so maybe he read it.

Anonymous said...

Agree or disagree - but please do so without personal attacks or your post will be removed, regardless of your viewpoint.

That wasn't regarding your post, was it?

It seems there are plenty who disagree with his views.

Foresam said...

I just explained to the doc that my question about his malpractice was an attack on the whole profession, not just him. He must have taken it personally.

harriet tanner said...

Sir,

I wish to advise you that there is evidence that Autism predates thiomersal. Here in Queensland, Australia, I work in the health archives and I have come across some reports that describe a number of mental health patients being re-diagnosed with Kanner's Syndrome in 1949. Not one of them was born later than 1925.

I am looking further into it and I will report back, but I thought you should know.

Anonymous said...

Thank GOD for the internet & this post! Let's see how many parents we can get to post there. Keep posting on groups that have kids with autism. I want them to see that they will NOT shut us up!

Anonymous said...

I understand why he would be upset if the Dr. wouldn't discuss what happened to his child. And I understand, being a parent of an autistic son, all the points he has made, maybe just taken some time to calm down and clean up the language. (to each is own!!:))

Foresam said...

Yuh, once in a while, I use language that does not make me sound very intelligent.

When speaking directly to this alleged doctor, I'm doing so as if I was face to face with him with one hand around his throat and the other hand knocking out teeth.

Since our politicians will not press charges against these criminals who poisoned our babies, we really need to take matters into our own hands.

Anonymous said...

Harriet,

You do know that thimerosal is not the ONLY thing that causes autism, right? Thimerosal is the focus of this blog as it is a known trigger for the breakdown of the immune system and mitochondrial function - leading to autism after an immune assault by MMR or any nasty virsu, but other things like pesticides and lead can do similar things. Hell, mercury from any source can work just as well.

Go ahead and count up those cases and then do a little legwork to see what their family history was - Farming (pesticides), dentistry (mercury), chemistry (nasty stuff). You can be guarenteed to find that those cases were A) unusual, and B) probably caused by chemical exposure.

Anonymous said...

Mercury fillings have been used since the 1850s. There is bound to be some cases of chemical poisoning predating vaccines. Mercury was also used in a variety of pesticides and other industrial uses. The telling thing about mercury poisoning is the number of cases of autism as the number of vaccines has risen. Maybe Harriet has brain fog from a mouthful of mercury or maybe she lives downwind from a farm.

What is wrong with people? They live in litle boxes unable to extrapolate information from their determination that vaccines are not poisoning people.

Harriet, I feel sorry for you.

Anonymous said...

Oh, look who's back...

Jacqueline Kelly said...

THANK YOU SOOO MUCH For making this page. One of my posts was deleted when I commented back to a smartass that attacked my character because I am defending autistic children and their families, and because I "ATTACKED" the Dr. I am glad that you are doing this to let everyone know what a jackass some of these people are. This is the most accurate and hilarious blogs I have read.

Foresam said...

Jacqueline,
It's common practice among those who lie about vaccines to use character assassination and then ban everyone who makes them look foolish. That's the best they can do with their limited intelligence.

These jackasses used to come here to argue with me but now they're too afraid. Instead, they sneak around trying devious methods to have this blog deleted. It gives me one more reason to laugh at them when I discover their childish antics.

Glad you enjoyed the truth where they can't delete it.

Anonymous said...

Keep telling it like it is John. Love ya' and your blog!!

Angie

harriet tanner said...

"Farming (pesticides), dentistry (mercury), chemistry (nasty stuff). You can be guarenteed to find that those cases were A) unusual, and B) probably caused by chemical exposure."

Pesticides were not used anywhere in farming in Queensland until 1946mainly to protect sugar canes and bananas in the aftermath of the second world war. Dentistry did not produce mercury amalgams until 1950. Yes, Queensland was very backward at times. What do you mean by "chemistry"? That is a very ambiguous term.

I am trying to look into the family history. Early reports indicate no contact with mercury of any sort but I am continuing with my research.

Anonymous said...

"About 1830, a revolutionary new dental restorative material called 'amalgam' was introduced to the United States. This amalgam was developed in England and France and contained silver, tin, copper, zinc and mercury. The amalgam fillings were not openly embraced by organized dentistry in America, and in 1840, members of the American Society of Dental Surgeons were required to sign pledges not to use mercury fillings. In fact, several New York city dentists were suspended from this organization in 1848 for 'malpractice for using silver mercury fillings'. In 1859, a new organization was formed as a result of the internal strife over the use of mercury in dentistry - the American Dental Association."

What is Harriet talking about? "1950" Is this in Australia only? Australia ia a country of immigrants. Don't tell me no one in Autralia had mercury filling in their head until 1950. Is Australia the only country in the world that is mercury free. We should all move there.

Anonymous said...

"The Australian Dental Association Queensland Branch (ADAQ) has its origins in The Odontological Society of Queensland, a professional body formed at a meeting held on Tuesday, 14 March 1905 where a number of metropolitan dentists met by arrangement at a colleague’s rooms. They resolved that a Dental Society be formed, to be called The Odontological Society of Queensland. The objects of the Society were to be the promotion of good fellowship and the advancement of the Dental profession generally."

Harriet should learn to use google before spouting nonsense.

Anonymous said...

Harriet should learn to use google before spouting nonsense.

Then again, she might find this page.

Anonymous said...

Harriet,

Yes, "chemistry" is a vague, general term for a line of work. It did not seem necessary to point out the specific aspects that involved tetragens but if you want, here is a list of nasty things one could work with.

http://www.purdue.edu/rem/ih/terat.htm

just another note. It is real easy to look for industrial uses for mercury and then figure out all sorts of possible exposure scenarios. It was even used as a fungicide in house paint, external and internal. nice.

Anonymous said...

Can you people just stop tearing this woman limb from limb? Harriet has seen a major hole in the mercury theory and like all science, when you find a hole, you find out what fills the hole.

You people are so driven by your emotions, ready to beat people up just for, GASP! Questioning something in science! But that's what science is all about- questinioning things. It's not like religion where you have to have blind faith. If you believe in that theory so much then why are you so against scrutiny? If you're so confident that mercury causes autism, then why is this person causing so much controversy?

This person is not saying "Autism is not caused by mercury". This person is saying "I need to do more research, but here is my hypothesis". See? She is being very mature and is not an evil demon snake person ready to gobble up your children in the dark of the night. Nor she working for Lord Voldemort and his evil companion, Big Pharma.


Honestly, do you guys believ in every conspiracy theory that you hear? Jesus, you people must be insane. I don't blame you- being deprived of other human beings and wasting away on blogger to hine and bitch about autism can make you go a bit loopy.

Harriet, keep on doing what you're doing. You're the only one here who is using their brain.

Realityisabitch

Foresam said...

Reality,
The theory that vaccines were safe was questioned in 1999 and proven to be wrong. Based on that proof, we began to cure autism shortly after that.

Now, the only sane and genuine questions should be about refining the process so we can cure every person with autism.

Dr Parker should be engaged towards that end rather than trying to lie to us to the detriment of our kids.

Anonymous said...

Hey, John, I know this may be unrelated but you don't believe in the theory of Evolution, do you?

Yeah, you're a creationist, arent you? Well, that says a lot.

Creationism is a horrible disease that affects millions and makes people think that rock solid evidence can be disproven by saying "Liek, dis bannana is liek way cool and therefore wuz made by God".

Creationsts are like this about all science.

I know this is being prejudiced, but I'm hardly going to believe in a creationist view on science. You guys suck at science. Just read your stupid bible and keep your mouths shut.

Foresam said...

Creationism and evolutionism are not necessarily disjoint. However, those who call themselves evolutionists as a denial of the existence of God will have to prove their point by coming back to life after they have been dead for two days. I think you should try that trick to show us you are smarter than God.

Anonymous said...

John - I was wondering if you'd seeen this article posted on CNN. It's pretty interesting. Shows a lot of parents are changing in their attitudes towards vaccines. Doctors too.

http://www.cnn.com/2008/HEALTH/family/06/19/ep.vaccines/index.html

Should I vaccinate my baby?

Anonymous said...

I never said that God didn't exist, did I? I just said that I don't believe in creationism because it's not true (and, incidentally, don't belive in any religion). My god, you are stupid.

You're using christianity to deny another God and therefore you are no different than I. It's just that you go one God further.

And if Christian values make you sound like and act like fuckin' lunatic (you know, telling people that they should be dead and stuff like that) I don't want anything to do with it even if it was true.

Anonymous said...

Infant Vaccines Produce Autism Symptoms In New Primate Study By University Of Pittsburgh Scientists
20 May 2008

Findings released Friday showed that infant monkeys given vaccines officially recommended by the CDC and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) exhibited autism-like symptoms. Lead investigator Laura Hewitson of the University of Pittsburgh and colleagues presented study results at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR) in London. Safety studies of medicines are typically conducted in monkeys prior to use in humans, yet such basic research on the current childhood vaccination regimen has never before been done.

The abstracts presented at IMFAR, the world's top autism science conference, describe biological changes and altered behavior in vaccinated macaques that are similar to those observed in children with autism. Unvaccinated animals showed no such adverse outcomes. The vaccines given were those recommended for U.S. infants in the 1990s, including several with the mercury preservative thimerosal and the Measles-Mumps-Rubella vaccine. Rates of autism spectrum disorder among children born in the 1990s surged dramatically, from about 1 in 5,000 to 1 in 150 children.

"This research underscores the critical need for more investigation into immunizations, mercury, and the alterations seen in autistic children," stated Lyn Redwood, director of SafeMinds. "SafeMinds calls for large scale, unbiased studies that look at medical conditions associated with autism and the effects of vaccines given as a regimen."

The group's request for research echoes that of Dr. Bernadine Healy, Former NIH Director, in a CBS interview earlier this week. She asserted that public health officials have been too quick to dismiss an autism-vaccine connection when the research has been insufficient. The government recently conceded a federal vaccine court case which agreed that a child regressed into autism as a result of 9 vaccines given on one day.

"The full implications of this primate study await publication of the research in a scientific journal," noted Theresa Wrangham, president of SafeMinds. "But we can say that it demonstrates how the CDC evaded their responsibility to investigate vaccine safety questions. Vaccine safety oversight should be removed from the CDC and given to an independent agency."

More information about SafeMinds (including neurodevelopmental disorders, autism and mercury exposure) may be found at http://www.safeminds.org

SafeMinds
http://www.safeminds.org
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harriet tanner said...

I find it amusing in a perverse way that some of you are so set on ignoring the obvious.

"The Australian Dental Association Queensland Branch (ADAQ) has its origins in The Odontological Society of Queensland, a professional body formed at a meeting held on Tuesday, 14 March 1905 where a number of metropolitan dentists met by arrangement at a colleague’s rooms. They resolved that a Dental Society be formed, to be called The Odontological Society of Queensland. The objects of the Society were to be the promotion of good fellowship and the advancement of the Dental profession generally."

This fact does not prove what I said to be incorrect.

"What is Harriet talking about? "1950" Is this in Australia only?"

In Queensland only. Until World War 2 we refused to import any chemical even from other states. The war forced us to. There was no manufactured mercury of any sort in this state before then.

And yet we had Autism then.

Foresam said...

Harriet, you did not have autism in anyone but young kids during WWII.

Anonymous said...

Harriet has her head up a kangaroo's pouch.

Anonymous said...

" Foresam said...
Harriet, you did not have autism in anyone but young kids during WWII."

Hmm, I am going to use one of creationisms favourite arguememnts-

Where you there when it happened?

harriet tanner said...

"Harriet, you did not have autism in anyone but young kids during WWII."

We did and I have the evidence here in front of me. Diagnosis of Kanner's Syndrome in 1949 - in adults no younger than 24. Please re-assess your views because they are at complete variants with these verified medical records.

Anonymous said...

harriet tanner said...

"This fact does not prove what I said to be incorrect."

True, but do you really imagine that dentists in Queensland and their patients were deprived of amalgam fillings when they were available in all the other States?

harriet tanner said...

"In Queensland only. Until World War 2 we refused to import any chemical even from other states. The war forced us to. There was no manufactured mercury of any sort in this state before then."

Is that a fact?

http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=14462880

"Environmental emission of mercury during gold mining by amalgamation process and its impact on soils of Gympie, Australia

The aims of this study were to estimate the total amount of mercury released to the environment during 60 years of gold mining (1867-1926) at Gympie, Queensland, Australia and to measure the mercury levels in soil samples surrounding the mining activity...

These results show that large amount of mercury was used in this area during gold mining. "

Where did gold miners in Queensland get their mercury from?

Anonymous said...

Do the medical records show which vaccines they had received?

Anonymous said...

Mercury has been poisoning people in industry for the last couple of centuries so there is bound to be people exibiting autistic symptoms. We did not get the numbers we have today until insane drug companies started convincing gullible doctors that kids needs 20 to 30 vaccines while their brains are developing.

Anonymous said...

Harriett, I wonder if there is any need try to combat the zealots with information that counters what they think. Just like the inquistion, just like any other fervernt gang who needs something to believe in, it likely will do no good. Just read how they rant and rave against anyone who does not think like they do. In spite of the FACT that a vast majority of us have had vaccines and are not autistic. A tragedy none the less, Autism. Horrible in fact.
But goodness.

Anonymous said...

Any post that is inconsiderate of other people has no room on any real health site. I love WebMD and use it all the time. I also have an autistic little angel - and while it MIGHT be possible that somehting in a vaccine contributed to her illness, it could just as easy be any number of other things. You and your therapy. If chealation therapy is such the miracle cure - wouldn't every single parent with an autistic child be lined up at your door?

Are you surprised your post got deleted from WebMD? Did you bother to read the terms of use about the blog use? Any decent site would not let your kind of disruptive mean spirited blog stay up for long. I'm surprised your ugly words arn't delted on here. Stop your mean and nasty blogging. If what you say is so true, just the facts should do the trick to convince us.

You are the jackass, not Dr. Parker.

Foresam said...

Anon,
You sound like a real simpleton.

The doctors who write for WebMD are defending the pediatricians who poisoned our kids. They're afraid of people like me who tell the truth.

This blog is not the least bit mean spirited. It simply identifies lying assholes like Dr Parker who allow autistic kids to sufer.

Ali said...

As a fan of yours, I was sorry to see that you have re-edited your original post which, as I remember, referred to "punching the doctor's teeth out" with a "hand round his neck"

Sorry they must have gotten to you also.

Foresam said...

Ali,
No, I didn't edit it. That statement was one I made in a comment.

harriet tanner said...

"True, but do you really imagine that dentists in Queensland and their patients were deprived of amalgam fillings when they were available in all the other States?"

Yes. We were that backward regretably. In a number of ways we still have a lot of catching up to do with the other states even today.

"Environmental emission of mercury during gold mining by amalgamation process and its impact on soils of Gympie, Australia"

None of the patients I have looked at ever resided in Gympie.

"Where did gold miners in Queensland get their mercury from?"

Natural reaction to the process used, and it was banned for that reason. I refer to quicksilver incidentally. There has been no gold mining in Queensland since to my knowledge. Our mining is in other areas. Most of Australia's gold is produced in Western Australia and Victoria.

"Do the medical records show which vaccines they had received?"

Yes. None.

Anonymous said...

I find it amusing in a perverse way that some of you are so set on ignoring the obvious.

Do you mean by obvious your consistent misspellings and writing style which are both very similar to that of a certain person who is obviously reading this blog?

But I'm sure it's a coincidence, just like all the others.