Dicks’ List — Publications by Tavistock Staff from 1920-1970, Listed in “50 Years of the Tavistock Clinic” edited by HV Dicks

The Rockefeller Foundation’s website says it is the creator of the Tavistock Clinic (not the same as the Centre, in London, shown)

by Mary Maxwell

We try to ensure that GumshoeNews is not gloom and doom every day of the week. Granted, we mention a lot of bad things – horrors, to be exact – but in my opinion that is joyous news as it means the criminals have become identifiable. We can stop living under illusion.

I decided to buy what looked like one of the few copies available of H Dicks’ history of the Tavisock Clinic. It makes for very dry reading, but I see some investigatory merit in the bibliography. [Read more…]

Are Vaccines Causing More Diseases Than They Are Curing?

by Alan Cantwell, M.D.

Barbara Loe Fisher, president of the National Vaccine Information Centre, a consumer’s group based in Virginia, USA, has claimed vaccines are responsible for the increasing numbers of children and adults who suffer from immune system and neurologic disorders, hyperactivity, learning disabilities, asthma, chronic fatigue syndrome, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, and seizure disorders.

Fisher calls for studies to monitor the long-term effects of mass vaccination and Fisher wants physicians to be absolutely sure these vaccines are safe and not harming people. [Read more…]

Béchamp’s Microzymas and Human Disease, Part 2: The Cancer Microbe

tissue sectionTissue section of Hodgkin’s disease (lymphoma) of the lung showing a  cell with intracellular
granules and coccoid forms (microzymas?) Gram stain, x1000, in oil.

by Alan Cantwell, M.D. Copyright 2017

Editor’s note: Part I was about the origin of life and the Béchamp-Pasteur clash:  In the attempt to “classify” laboratory-grown bacteria as the lowest forms of life known in the late nineteenth century, there was no consideration given to any possible “connection” between any of the various species of bacteria.

The dogma was that a coccus remained a coccus; a rod remained a rod; and there was no interplay between them. There was also no “crossing over” from one species to another, and the research by the pleomorphists which suggested otherwise was ignored. [Read more…]

Pleomorphism 101, Part 1: William Crofton, MD

by Mary W Maxwell, PhD, LLB

Most of this article appeared at Gumshoe on 23 October 2014, under the title “Attention Dog Lovers.” I am repeating it here because of the new item by Alan Cantwell, MD, rejuvenating the study of pleomorphism.

In yesterday’s article, Cantwell praised Antoine Béchamp for noticing – with the aid of polarized light – some creatures that were not strictly bacteria but which became bacteria. To discuss such a thing is “forbidden” in medical science today. Can you imagine! [Read more…]

Do Vaccines Cause ill Health?

(L) Richard Moskowitz, MD , and (R) Dr Toni Bark

by Dee McLachlan

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has supported the current national “no jab, no play” policy. He also is pressing for a further move — to stop unvaccinated children from attending childcare centres and preschools across Australia.

Wait. How many vaccinations are enough? Who decides such a thing? It is, after all, a decision, not a “fact.” I trawled for some statistics and came up with a helpful American list at the website: sitsshow.blogspot.com.au

  • 1950 – 3 childhood vaccines typically given when a child entered school.
  • 1983 – 10 recommended vaccines by the age of 6 years old (24 doses, 7 injections, 4 oral doses for polio).
  • 2010 – the CDC vax schedule totaled 68 doses with more than half given by the time a child was only a year and a half old.
  • 2016 – 74 doses by age 17.

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New Life New Hope

by Cathy Jameson

Editor’s Note: This was first published at AgeofAutism.com

Five of our friends are due in the next few months.  Years ago, I never used to be nervous when people announced that they were having babies. I love new babies!  But now, with how many challenges new parents face — including being bombarded with an unnecessary vaccine minutes after baby arrives, nervous is the best word to use.  Two of our friends are having what I call organic babies though.

What’s an “organic” baby?  It’s a baby whose parents are opting out of some of society’s pre- and post-natal standards. That includes vaccines. [Read more…]

“We All Have To Worry That a New Epidemic Will Come Along”

by Mary W Maxwell

The title of this article is a direct quote from Bill Gates, when he was interviewed by Julian Barnes at Davos yesterday. “And he’s just the man to do it” – my comment.

I haven’t prepared an article here at Gumshoe today, but readers are invited to give this Truther Girls video a squiz:

 

The Vax Wars Continue in my Neighbourhood

 middle-parkMiddle Park, one of the small patches of democracy left in Australia
 

by Dee McLachlan

I have met many young mothers recently that are extremely troubled by the mandatory vaccination programs in Australia. So I’m not surprised they wanted to educate themselves by watching the film VAXXED directed by Andrew Wakefield.

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The Man-made Origin of HIV/AIDS: This is NOT Fake News

hep-b

by Alan R Cantwell, M.D., © 2016 (retired dermatologist)

Thirty-five million people worldwide have died of AIDS; and millions more are currently infected. How did AIDS start? My research suggests HIV entered the gay population via an experimental hepatitis B vaccine that had been contaminated by a chimpanzee virus.

This vaccine was administered to gay men in preliminary trials shortly before 1976-1977 and during the actual hepatitis B experiment (1978-1980) at the New York Blood Center in Manhattan. These were exclusively in young, healthy, primarily white and well-educated homosexuals in Manhattan. And it was closely followed by the “gay plague” of AIDS.

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Responsibility in the Medical Profession, and a Word from Hippocrates

untitledHippocrates 460BC – 370BC

by Mary W Maxwell

This article contains a speech given to medical students by their teacher when he was age 37. It was presented many years ago at the University of Adelaide, and though it will sound pretty “far out,” there really is no reason for it to be past its use-by date. Here it is, and below it is the Hippocratic Oath. Please share it around:

“As I have a captive audience, I propose to discourse on responsibility as it affects our profession. It should be said forthwith, that a sense of responsibility is the fundamental characteristic of the good physician, be internist, surgeon or pediatrician.

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Beard, Saleeby, Kelley, Gonzalez, Isaacs: The Enzyme Theory of Cancer and the Persecution of Doctors

kelley-gonzale2s(L) William Kelley, DDS,  (R) Nicholas Gonzalez, MD

by Mary W Maxwell, PhD

This article is in memory of Nick Gonzalez, MD who died suddenly last year, at age 67, during the “Let’s kill 50 Holistic Doctors” rush. But he had three predecessors in the curing of cancer who also suffered persecution. The founder of the theory in question (which has to do with pancreatic enzymes) was Edinburgh zoologist John Beard around 1900.

Somehow the word about Beard’s cure reached a dentist in Texas, William Kelley, who used it successfully on thousands of patients.  I will begin with a statement made by Beard’s colleague, Caleb Saleeby, MD, to demonstrate how far back the persecution of cancer-cure doctors goes: [Read more…]

Interviewing Alan Cantwell, MD, about “The Cancer Conspiracy”  

cantwell-6Dr Florence Seibert, receiving an Achievement Award from Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt in 1944

by Mary W Maxwell

Editor’s note: On October 25, 2016, Gumshoe published photos and text of Dr Cantwell’s latest explanation (for laypersons) of his theory of the role of bacteria in cancer. Here, Mary Maxwell asks him a few questions.

Q: Your book, Four Women against Cancer, is a joy to read. Please say a few words about Florence Seibert.

Biochemist Florence B Seibert (1897-1991) developed the first accurate skin test for tuberculosis, which is still used around the world. In August 1990, at the age of 92, she was inducted into the Women’s Hall of Fame, along with Barbara Jordan (government), Billie Jean King (athletics) and Margaret Bourke White (arts). [Read more…]

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