Nicely put, Jon.
Medical propaganda headlines for gullible minds
Warning: don’t use common sense in judging medical pronouncements. You’ll lapse from The Holy Order of Mystical Research.
by Jon Rappoport
May 24, 2017
Medical public-relations people keep a steady stream of stories flowing to the press, day after day.
Aside from filling space, their main function is to assure the public that “advances are always being made” and “good things are right around the corner.” It’s much better, for example, than, “Well, this month we didn’t discover a single important datum. Here’s hoping for better luck in June.”
A brief examination of medical-story headlines reveals that these stories are lacking in a little thing called reality; or they announce something so obvious it hardly merits mention, much less a full-blown study to establish what any person with a few working brain cells already knows.
Here are a few such headlines from a popular…
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