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Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how

Posted by alexandra_k on June 11, 2021, at 18:49:13

In reply to Re: Johnson + Johnson vaccine can someone explain how, posted by alexandra_k on June 11, 2021, at 18:40:42

and that's why the message is:

take your vaccine when the government says because the government says (if you are lucky enough to be able to obtain one by bribing a local GP near you).

because they don't know enough about anything else.

it's becoming more and more and more obvious as people are getting more computer literate.

it's becoming more obvious as people are learning more about their medical conditions etc.

joining support groups where they see what treatments people are getting in Australia and Canada and the UK and the USA.

people are becoming more aware at how... substandard. and how... ignorant. how... condescending. many of the medical 'professionals' are, in New Zealand.

and the doctors themselves, of course, failing to be professional with Facebook pages and the like.


one of our scientists was saying it costs her $20,000 or $25,000 to have a paper published (or peer reviewed for publication?) in certain journals. I wondered a bit if that is the price *for her* given certain things they know in advance about practices involved in such things as 'data cleaning' and various laboratory protocols etc etc etc. the process of peer review, given that.

they say it's about peer review vs open access.

the university doesn't provide (to the public) research computer access. that is to say... I can't go up to the medical library and view any of the books that are kept behind the front desk or that are kept in storage. not even if I leave my passport or drivers license. not even if I pay a sum in case of damages. I can't use their journal subscription to read research articles.

the new Zealand government doesn't provide a means / mechanism for the people of New Zealand to access peer reviewed research.

I think I might be able to join as an 'associate' of the university. that costs a lot.

I didn't apply because it is an 'at our discretion' thing. you have to beg for them to choose to make a special exception for you.

like applying to medical school in the first place.

they force you to do that. then they use that to beat you about the head of 'everything we have done for you' to get you to comply with / be complicit with them.


the lengths they go to to prevent development and to keep people oppressed.

it's criminal. really. would be anywhere but here.

oh riiiiiight. we are doing so much better than Tonga! we don't know how lucky we are!!




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