H1N1 Scientist With No Moral – can you ever trust such a person?

Dr. Lindsey Played Primary Role in Bogus Swine Flu Propaganda Campaign

Read more: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/10/28/cdc-director-arrested-for-child-molestation–bestiality.aspx?e_cid=20111028_DNL_art_1

As you may recall, the 2009 H1N1 swine flu pandemic turned out to be a complete sham, with a fast-tracked and particularly dangerous vaccine being pushed as the sole remedy. Children and pregnant women were the primary targets of this dangerous vaccine. The H1N1 flu was a perfect example of how the CDC can brazenly distort reality, and often ignore and deny the dangerous and life-threatening side effects of their solution. As a result of this bogus propaganda campaign, thousands of people were harmed (and many died) worldwide.

Now, this same lady, Dr. Kimberly Quinlan Lindsey, a top official with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been arrested and charged with two counts of child molestation and one count of bestiality.

According to CNN:

“Authorities also charged Lindsey’s live-in boyfriend, Thomas Joseph Westerman, 42, with two counts of child molestation.  

The two are accused of ‘immoral and indecent’ sexual acts involving a 6-year-old … 

The bestiality charge says Lindsey ‘did unlawfully perform or submit to any sexual act with an animal.'”

Between January and August last year, Dr. Lindsey and her boyfriend allegedly involved the child during sex, and DeKalb County police claim they discovered photographs of Lindsey performing sex acts on a couple of her pets.


Fabricated Research is More Common Than You Might Think

“Trials can be rigged in a dozen ways, and it happens all the time” ~ Dr. Marcia Angell, former editor-in-chief of the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM).

In a scandal that has reverberated around the world of cancer research, the Office of Research Integrity at the U.S. Department of Health found that a Boston University cancer scientist fabricated his findings. His work was published in two journals in 2009.

Important studies by other scientists like those at the Mayo Clinic, who based their work on his findings, could now make 10 years of their studies worthless, according to commentary in Gaia Health.

It seems fairly evident that the cancer industrial complex is a highly lucrative, well-oiled system that tends to support funding for expensive drug treatments that don’t address the cause of the problem.

Much of the support comes from flawed and biased “research” studies that support the use of expensive drugs.

Researchers, too, are well aware of the notoriety and money to be found in cancer research … particularly what may be deemed successful cancer research (which unfortunately is often measured by the discovery of new drug treatments).

Often what you’ll find is the research gives the perception of science when really it is a heavily manipulated process designed to control and deceive. Case in point, here again we have an example of widely accepted, published research that turned out to be fabricated.

Read more: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/10/15/mayo-clinic-finds-massive-fraud-in-cancer-research.aspx?e_cid=20111015_DNL_art_1



September 30th, 2011:  http://www.beating-cancer-gently.com/154nl.html

Wonder if your doctor is taking bribes from Big Pharma? He/she probably is. Most doctors do. A wonderful effort to document this has been done recently at ProPublica, an interesting publication.

The first step toward any change must necessarily be awareness. ProPublica (an independent, nonprofit newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest) seems to be making headway with regard to publicizing the too cozy relationship between physicians and pharma.

Below is a list of the series of articles from ProPublica they call ‘Dollars for Doctors: How Industry Money Reaches Physicians.'”

Here is the website where you can read all these articles:


Some of the titles may spark your interest:

*Doctors Avoid Penalties in Suits Against Medical Firms” (9/16/2011: co-published with The Washington Post)
“News Reports Cite Drop in Physician Speaking Fees” (9/8/2011)
“Patients Deserve to Know What Drug Companies Pay Their Doctor” (9/7/2011: co-published with the Los Angeles Times)
“Doctors Dine on Drug Companies’ Dime” (9/7/2011)
“Piercing the Veil, More Drug Companies Reveal Payments to Doctors” (9/7/2011)
“Drug Companies Defend ‘Interactions’ With Physicians” (9/7/2011)
“Financial Ties Bind Medical Societies to Drug and Device Makers” (5/5/2011: co-published with USA Today)
“Med Schools Flunk at Keeping Faculty Off Pharma Speaking Circuit” (12/19/2010)
“Docs on Pharma Payroll Have Blemished Records, Limited Credentials” (10/18/2010).

Another useful and interesting ProPublica resource: In October 2010, they compiled the list of payments that drug companies make to physicians and built a publicly searchable “Dollars for Docs” Database so that patients could look up their doctors. Check it out at their website above.

In short, folks, this is a very corrupt business. Avoid it!!