Children today are injected with multitudes of shots from birth. How many contain fetal lines containing chromosomal material from aborted fetal lines? I could count, but I’ll let you do it. Live viral strains are grown primarily in these culture lines. Is any effort made to differentiate male from female chromosomal DNA? Is the answer... Continue Reading →
How Could They? When you watch this, remember it is relative to a difficult time in history. History. History became the future which is my past–and now we have worse still today. My first experience being experimented on came when I was a baby. My arm was irradiated so severely it removed the muscle. It... Continue Reading →
It is, indeed, an insane world. I lost a tooth to this disaster yesterday. My dentist closed shop on the day of my appointment. Last year I had told her she should exit from the market. Suggested, maybe, precious metals.
One thing that is never covered is that hospital wards were established back in the early days [70s/80s.] I think those calling themselves professionals were just as confused as mothers and fathers were. There were many children in the ward in our area. It was a 14-bed unit–it was always full with a 2-week turnaround.... Continue Reading →
Richard Nixon passed an Act in 1973 allowing Medicine to become a for-profit industry. Let's face it—there's no profit in Healthy People.
A shock-wave hit me as I read this reporter’s response–the title of this article. I found myself wondering why my murder was unimportant—why my sons were unimportant. Then I remembered how the holocaust went. This is not much different.
Back in the early days of the Holocaust, they sequestered undesirables under the guise of “Public Health.” People don’t read their history, so it seems it is going to repeat itself.
I never called or will call what my son manifested autism. My toddler obviously had brain damage. It’s well past time to start calling it what it is—vaccine-induced brain damage. I had never seen what my son was doing in any child before. Of course, this was in the beginning—in ‘76. I had been studying... Continue Reading →
I’ve studied psychology over the many decades of my life. A particular subject has always confused me. Now I know why. Dichotomous thinking [black and white] has been attributed to many pathological conditions. I live in a world of greys—there are many, many shades of greys. Overall, the human species has always appeared to be living in the world... Continue Reading →
These may look fairly innocuous, but these two items were pulled off the market in the US because of the damage they were causing. I can assure you, children were devastated--mine [particularly my oldest] were. We continue to inflict these on children in other countries around the world--third-world countries--countries that have no protections for... Continue Reading →
Perhaps it is because those of us who have children who have been destroyed by these shots are telling young parents to take care. We all suffered tremendously because of the damages we suffered from these shots. I was persecuted because of my oldest child’s aberrant behavior—back in the days when we were called “refrigerator... Continue Reading →
It’s being said that this cannot happen. That this has been on the market since the nineties. But that statement assumes change does not happen. I assert that it does. Something has changed in the last several years to make this a virulent process. A premise I am just recovering from my third bout of... Continue Reading →
Salem News’s article, “New Rules on Vaccine Exemptions Sought” https://www.salemnews.com/news/local_news/new-rules-on-vaccine-exemptions-sought/article_302e0362-1e40-56c3-b372-7ca8a0abcfec.html is nothing more than a balm for public consumption. In no way does it reveal the devastating impact these bills will have if passed into law. Managing Editor Cheryl Richardson is aware that Industry is marching around the country—and even the world—rewriting our Laws to... Continue Reading →
At our latest meeting, we decided our focus would be on “Genetic Discrimination.” Those of us who suffer gene variants resulting in death or damage from vaccines are being met with this discrimination. In addition, those who choose to foot the bill for these tests, to save themselves or family members from death or damage,... Continue Reading →
Doctors are of the human species. Brave souls who take the risk of making decisions that may pit us against them. I always keep on mind my brothers and sisters are just as fallible as me. I’ve seen the frivolity of law drive up costs and drive up the profession’s need to protect itself. But it’s gone too far.
An answer to a question on Quora Industry employs remarkable psychological strategies. I am an ex-vaxer. My body, my children, and my life have been destroyed by these “shots.” Now those of us who tell our stories are being accused of hate speech. What is hateful about the terrible injuries we have suffered? Twenty% or... Continue Reading →
https://agrdailynews.com/2019/03/25/israeli-dr-yehuda-shoenfeld-all-vaccines-contribute-to-autoimmune-diseases/ https://www.shebaonline.org/top-israeli-doctor-points-vaccines-contributing-rising-rate-autoimmune-diseases/?fbclid=IwAR1DMk4iTxoqbM5zDc8eCmOJh4L5VWSdtvDwkGj46OMjgEhNOsticVuP0ko http://www.ghostshipmedia.com/2019/03/20/how-elsevier-censored-a-sheep-study-that-could-sting-mercks-profits/
A thought crossed my mind when reading the report below. I had no corroboration for it, so I kept it to myself--until now. "insoluble and indigestible macromolecule that reacts to the protein assay, but cannot be recognized by any protein databases." https://www.corvelva.it/speciali-corvelva/analisi/vaccingate-initial-results-on-infanrix-hexa-chemical-composition.html "In Infanrix Hexa we found: chemical contamination from the manufacturing process or cross-contamination... Continue Reading →
I have antibodies to my own DNA. Is it vaccine-related? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpQOnGJ7BFI They could do a test to find out who cannot be vaccinated, but that could wipe out half their market.
This is the protest you will never see here. I never saw it on the news or heard about it: I'm beginning to suspect YouTube is getting a very bad rap. It has a wealth of information. Check these videos out. They are most inspiring. https://youtu.be/VPEVJSM8tbA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPEVJSM8tbA When I first started covering this issue, I... Continue Reading →
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” Hippocrates Start here: What You Eat Matters - 2018 Documentary H.O.P.E. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDg7tlEJD64 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDg7tlEJD64 Did you watch it? Experience tells me most won’t, so I’ll go on to tell you what I gleaned from it. If we see how we dare treat animals to please our taste buds... Continue Reading →
A Thorough Analysis of the Case Against Dr. Andrew Wakefield by Mary Holland, JD Mary Holland is a research scholar at NYU School of Law. She has written and edited books and articles on human rights and law. She has clerked for a federal judge, worked at the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights and at prominent... Continue Reading →
“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/constitution-transcript no longer exists.... Continue Reading →
When the military trains its fighting men and women, I’ve heard it is impressed on them they need to take care of the person to their left and their right. It’s a psychology thing. They fight for each other—take care of each other. When they come home, it’s every man/woman for themselves. Is this the... Continue Reading →
Getting back to writing has been a journey. I started my online adventure in October of 2016—about two years ago. I needed to make a living somehow. I had finished my degree in 2014 but found that my lengthy stay in our collegiate system had hurt me. I had not counted on many things: age; illness;... Continue Reading →
There was a time I thought most things were right with the world. I was a college student. Why wouldn’t I? I had escaped the worst of the worst and was free and was safe—or was I? I was sitting in a class in college when our professor told us to drag out our Nortons... Continue Reading →
Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. Thank you. You are my hero. I remember thinking I was a hero once. It was a long time ago. A powerful man tried to do that thing to me. I was only sixteen. I reported him within an hour after the event but was brushed off. Years later, I would learn... Continue Reading →
Believe it or not, after I thought of this title, I realized it was catchy and did a search on it to see if it has been used elsewhere. It has. A doctor left her practice because she could no longer stand the fact that many people are dying because of medications that are being given. Her... Continue Reading →
I was barely seventeen. Somehow I envisioned the world as pristine outside of the turmoil of my childhood. My trust was implicit. I had met a few undesirables but had maintained this view of the world. For four years, I had escaped the brutality of my home through drugs. I woke one morning—kidneys screaming—a wisp of myself—ribs... Continue Reading →
This is Mental Health awareness month. I’m here to tell you a bit of my story. My story is one of many. Children die every day from the likes of what I suffered, and if they survive? Well, they turn out like me. My difficulties are not biological or of character flaws. My neurophysiology... Continue Reading →
It’s been a while. Stories have swirled through my head but never made it to the keyboard. It’s as if the virgin territory of my new study forebodes me. It’s time to break this cherry. Light a cigarette, Joyce, and get going. I was nineteen, and I was in love—not with a man, but with... Continue Reading →
क्या यह मुस्कुराते हुए चेहरे याद है? मैंने अपनी पोस्ट में इस्तिक के बारे में लिखा: https://joycebowen.wordpress.com/2017/09/10/am-i-a-racist/ बार-बार, मैं सुविधा स्टोर में जाता हूं, और काउंटर के पीछे एक स्कॉलिंग इस्तिका होगा। मैं तड़के और मुस्कुराया, और अंत में पाया गया कि Istiak मुस्कुराते हुए इन तस्वीरों में महत्वपूर्ण रूप से चित्रित... Continue Reading →
Istiak necesita un riñón. ¿Recuerdas esta cara sonriente? Escribí sobre Istiak en mi publicación: https://joycebowen.wordpress.com/2017/09/10/am-i-a-racist/ A menudo, iba a la tienda de conveniencia, y había un Istiak frunciendo el ceño detrás del mostrador. Yo engatusé y sonreí, y finalmente encontré ese sonriente Istiak representado tan prominentemente en estas imágenes. Siendo enraizado en la mente de un... Continue Reading →
Do you remember this smiling face? I wrote about Istiak in my post: https://joycebowen.wordpress.com/2017/09/10/am-i-a-racist/. Oftentimes, I would go into the convenience store, and there would be a scowling Istiak behind the counter. I cajoled and smiled, and finally found that smiling Istiak so prominently depicted in these pictures. Being rooted in the mind of a journalist, I poked and prodded Istiak’s personality until... Continue Reading →
I’ve been sick for weeks; groveling in tributes to my body in the form of chicken soup and OJ. Lowering myself to this status began when I attended a speaking engagement on sexual assault and rape at a local college. I coughed mightily throughout the presentation. By the next day, both the experience and... Continue Reading →
A writer died and was given the option of going to heaven or hell. She decided to check out each place first. As the writer descended into the fiery pits, she saw row upon row of writers chained to their desks in a steaming sweatshop. As they worked, they were repeatedly whipped with thorny lashes.... Continue Reading →
अधिकांश मुझे अपने सामाजिक मुद्दों से निपटने के लिए जानते हैं यह एक टोल ले सकता है दुनिया के साथ जो गलत है उसके साथ घूमना भयानक हो सकता है मुझे कुछ पता चल गया है कि मैं नहीं जानना चाहता हूं। हां, इयान वेनबर्ग- कोई न्याय नहीं है आप सही हैं, लेकिन इसका... Continue Reading →
La mayoría me conoce por mi abordaje de asuntos sociales. Esto puede tomar un peaje. Mucking alrededor con qué está mal con el mundo puede ser horrible. Encontré cosas que no quiero saber. Sí, Ian Weinberg, no hay justicia. Tienes razón, pero eso no significa que me lleve ese hecho acostado. Voy a gritar y gritar... Continue Reading →
Most know me for my tackling of social issues. This can take a toll. Mucking around with what’s wrong with the world can be horrific. I find things out I don’t want to know. Yes, Ian Weinberg—there is no justice. You’re right, but that doesn’t mean I’ll take that fact lying down. I’ll scream and holler until I have no breath left.
That said, I went on a journey of exploration recently. I suffered trauma as a child. My mother wanted to kill me, and my father, well, my father had other things in mind. When I let him know things wouldn’t work out with me, he impregnated children from other families. I have siblings here and siblings there, and I don’t even want to know their names. I don’t blame them—I just don’t want to know them.
So I went in search for my “triggers.” Those…
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I often feel like the harbinger of doom-and-gloom. There are so many issues that I see as important. Most of them result in death. Some have happy endings. Fiction has been a respite for me. I don’t indulge in it often. It feels like a desert after a burnt roast. It’s hard to immerse... Continue Reading →
I’ve been disabled in one way or other all my life. For the decades my Multiple Sclerosis went undiagnosed, they said the periods of time my MS drove to my bed were disabling bouts of depression--that the progressive numbing of my body was nothing. They were wrong. I was having bouts of MS. They... Continue Reading →
This is a difficult piece for me. I remind myself every day that five children in the US will die today. Baby Doe already had her deathday. She is, for me, a poster-child for what happens when we deny the incredulous—parents and caretakers kill and traffic their children. Another face that haunts me is... Continue Reading →
The pursuit was on. Equality of the contestants was not the issue. Their goals were not the same. The stalker had in mind to catch her prey, who wanted only to escape. Survival was the issue here. The prey would do what it had to to survive. This scene had exploded far beyond stalking. The issue... Continue Reading →
What is the view of child abuse? I struggle with that question. I've found that child abuse survivors are viewed as damaged goods. I see pity in people’s eyes. I say, don’t see me and my ordeal—understand that there are children out there right this second that are undergoing the same kind of ordeal. ... Continue Reading →
Joyce Bowen ✅ Freelance Writer, ✅ Child Advocate, ✅ beBee Brand Ambassador 🐝 Doctors are Gods; are they not? I don’t think so, but they think they are. I once had a doctor say to me, “Things are getting better.” And he was right—for doctors—not for patients. The Atlanta Journal Consitution wrote a scathing... Continue Reading →
Christmas 1980 marked a turning point in my life. I was newly widowed with two small children. During the day I plied my trade as an electronic technician. At night, I was Mommy. What a juggling act. I went from angstroms to angst on a daily basis. I tamed electrons during the day and sought... Continue Reading →
I’m not driven to tears often. I see myself as staunch and stoic. Last night, however, I found my face bathed in that salty fluid as I listened to myself assure a victim of a crime that justice would now be done. “They know about him now,” I said. “They’ll do something.” It is an... Continue Reading →
We are a society of subcultures. As such, each subculture develops its own policing mechanism. Doctors have Board of Medicines; lawyers have the Bar; etc. We have to follow the Law. In most cases, these subcultures do not. I have no experience with anything other than our Massachusetts Board of Medicine. My first allegation... Continue Reading →
By Malcolm Kendrick, doctor and author who works as a GP in the National Health Service in England. His blog can be read here and his book, ‘Doctoring Data – How to Sort Out Medical Advice from Medical Nonsense,’ is available here.
As an NHS doctor, I’ve seen people die and be listed as a victim of coronavirus without ever being tested for it. But unless we have accurate data, we won’t know which has killed more: the disease or the lockdown?
I suppose most people would be somewhat surprised to know that the cause of death, as written on death certificates, is often little more than an educated guess. Most people die when they are old, often over eighty. There is very rarely going to be a post-mortem carried out, which means that, as a doctor, you have a think about the patient’s symptoms in the last…
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When I first started researching issues I thought could be related to my declining health, I ran into brick walls and varying opinions. I turned to science–real science to save my own life. I’ve studied human behavior all my life. Patterns of behavior emerge just as readily on the internet as they do face to... Continue Reading →