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Archive for October, 2007

Flu Vaccines

Sunday, October 28th, 2007

The Influenza virus has a unique genome made of 8 separate pieces of DNA that be exchanged between other flu viruses which is why the virus is changing constantly. Flu vaccines are all made from previous strains of the virus which invariably one would already have immunity to and it is impossible to have vaccination for future strains of the flu virus…

Why are people anywhere in the world taking them Flu vaccines?  It is absurd, this is a disease that you cannot vaccinate against.

Moreover, Flu vaccines contain a lot of very nasty chemicals in them such as Thimerosal and Formaldehyde. Thimerosal is a mercury-based compound that is highly toxic to nerve cells and has been linked to be the cause of Autoism; it is used in the vaccine as a preservative.

Formaldehyde is a chemical used to preserving dead bodies; it is carcinogenic chemical and is very harmful to the body.

Can somebody challenge what I am saying and please back up what you say with scientific facts?

Anti-competition Laws

Sunday, October 28th, 2007

Hong Kong desperately needs anti-competition laws….. to free the economy from the monopolies and duopolies such as Welcome and Park 'n' Shop…… When will the government do something about this??

Martin Lee and the Democrats

Sunday, October 28th, 2007

Martin Lee and the democrats are typical arm-chair critics - I really would delight in seeing these people do something constructive for Hong Kong rather than spend every waking hour criticising government.

The recent letter that Martin submitted to the US government was rather harsh - wasn't it?

Universal Suffrage in Hong Kong

Sunday, October 28th, 2007

I have been grappling with the idea of universal suffrage in Hong Kong but hitherto cannot see any discernible benefits from it. Thus far, without universal suffrage, Hong Kong is still by far the free-est place I've ever lived in, I can speak freely about what I think, I feel safe when I leave my house, I can setup a business from scratch with little to no assistance and I can enjoy a multi-cultural and multi-religious environment free of discrimination.

What will universal suffrage bring? America, for instance, has universal suffrage but it is one of the most unsafe places to live in, where racism is rife and you cannot even walk down the street drinking a beer…..

Have I missed out on something?

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