Montag, 23. Mai 2016

MUST-READ for parents from the People's Chemist re: vaccines

And THIS folks is why autism has gone from 1 in 15,000 in 1970s to 1 in 45 in 2016 and will be 1 in 2 by 2032. Don't even get me started on all the autoimmune disorders and other neurological conditions plaguing our nation. And actually, I've been to a couple pediatrician offices while fostering who told me the CDC now recommends flu shots TWICE per year starting around age 2 so that would definitely increase the number this little guy is holding up. Get the word out!! People need to understand what's happening in our country!!!

From: The People's Chemist <>

Date: Sun, 15 May 2016 at 11:20
Subject: MUST-READ for parents re: vaccines


These days, simply GOING TO SCHOOL poses a risk to a child's health. 

Just today, I was reading a USA Today article whining that schools aren't vaccinated “enough."

The article positions educated, wealthy parents objecting to vaccines as the PROBLEM! 

And officials are hell-bent on trying to vaccinate every child three ways to China.

"Low vaccination rates at schools put students at risk," the article states. "The real challenge is when growing numbers of parents who are highly educated and fairly wealthy opt out of vaccines."

Michael Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, calls such people the "educated uninformed".

Well, I must be "educated and uninformed."

Let's see...I aced high school by ditching every day, except test days. Breezed through college on a wrestling scholarship…then got another scholarship for grad school. Once there, I taught O-chem, got grad student of the year, won an Arizona state BJJ tournament after training for a week and traveled to Oaxaca to learn Spanish over xmas break.

Meanwhile, my classmates and fellow grad students were busy taking out students loans to buy watches, mountain bikes and cars, eating themselves into oblivion, and trying to pledge into sororities/frats so they could drink more, more often. 

These same sloths - much like Michael Osterholm - are now teaching school, acting as high school principles, and earning a living as nurses and doctors. And of course, each and every one of them are ranting and raving about how schools need to enforce even more mandatory vaccination.

(Most heart breaking, some of these same people are raising zombie kids, vaccinated to high hell and autistic.)

Their usual rationale is that since they were "protected by vaccines," then all vaccines today are safe for their kids.

Fact: today's vaccines are NOT the same as they were 40 years ago!

Spend 5 minutes reading a vaccine package insert from a drug manufacturer and you'll learn all sorts of things like, “Vaccination with GARDASIL may not result in protection in all vaccine recipients." 

Sanofi Pasteur published that, “Safety and effectiveness of Influenza A (H1N1) 2009 Monovalent Vaccine have not been established in pregnant women or nursing mothers and in the pediatric population below 6 months of age."

And the maker of the flu vaccine wrote that, “Serious allergic reactions, including anaphylactic shock, have been observed during postmarketing surveillance in individuals receiving AFLURIA." 

Meanwhile the CDC later published that the vaccine offered little protection.

And commenting on the MMR shot, Merck wrote, “Excretion of small amounts of the live attenuated rubella virus from the nose or throat has occurred in the majority of susceptible individuals 7 to 28 days after vaccination." 

What parent wants to enforce dangerous, ineffective medicines?  Show me a vaccine that's proven safe and effective and I'll be the first in line. Those are the vaccines I like.  Otherwise, I'm anti-vaccine for the obvious reasons.

As a dad of 4, I'd bet a full-ride scholarship to any college of your choice that my kids have a much more robust immune system than the average vaccinated child. I mean c'mon! How's a child going to become immune by shooting them up with vaccines that don't work?

To hell with "school rules." My kids come first. 

In our household, we focus on building natural immunity. Twenty five years of being a chemist proves it's the smart thing to do.

We avoid stabbing our kids with ineffective vaccines (AKA toxic, poisonous substances known to leave people autistic and/or permanently disabled!) – that's a topic of study reserved for the pathetic masses who refuse to read the damn package insert of any vaccines…It's all there in black and white.

Start thinking for yourself. Opt out of vaccines, and insteaduse Immune FX to build up your natural immunity, the way nature intended (safe for children, too!).

Dare to Live Young,

Shane Ellison, M.S
The People's Chemist
Chemist, Author

P.S. Forward this email to any concerned parent. It could mean the difference between their child growing up to be shackled by vaccines like the rest – or beating the system and living life on their own terms. They can start by reading my Vaccine Survival Guide here:

Mittwoch, 31. Dezember 2014

Happy New Year


Yet another first for our family in our new environment. Christmas has been rather difficult without the usual familiar faces. Our container finally arrived yesterday so we’ve been spending most of today unpacking boxes & sorting our home. Live will get easier now that we’re surrounded with some familiar items.

As for celebrations, we’re way too tired to go out & do something so for now will be heading off to bed & ring in the New Year in our dreams instead.

Mittwoch, 24. Dezember 2014

Merry Christmas


This is our first Christmas in New Zealand. It’s been hard without our relatives close over the last few days. Somehow I think the holidays will be the toughest to adjust to over the next few years.

As a family we’ll have to make our own new traditions to get through the transition.

Dienstag, 31. Dezember 2013

Happy New Year

Wishing you all a very blessed New Year


Dienstag, 24. Dezember 2013

Merry Christmas

Wishing you all a very blessed Christmas.

Mittwoch, 24. April 2013

Economics 101 - Income Tax

I received this via email today…

The South African Tax System:

Suppose that every evening, 10 men go out for beer and the bill  for all ten comes to R100. If they paid their bill the way we pay our taxes, it would go something like this:

  • The first four men (the poorest) would pay nothing.
  • The fifth would pay R1.
  • The sixth would pay R3.
  • The seventh would pay R7.
  • The eighth would pay R12.
  • The ninth would pay R18.
  • The tenth man (the richest) would pay R59.

So, that's what they decided to do....... The 10 men drank in the bar every evening and were quite happy with the arrangement, until one day, the owner said, "Since you are all such good customers, I'm going to reduce the cost of your daily beer by R20".

Drinks for the 10 men would now cost just R80.

The group still wanted to pay their bill the way we pay our taxes. So the first four men were unaffected. They would still drink for free. But what about the other six men, the paying customers - how could they divide the R20 windfall so that everyone would get his fair share? They realised that R20 divided by six is R3.33. But if they subtracted that from everybody's share, then the fifth man and the sixth man would each end up being paid to drink his beer.

So, the bar owner suggested that it would be fair to reduce each man's bill by a higher percentage the poorer he was, to follow the principle of the tax system they had been using, and he proceeded to work out the amounts he suggested that each should now pay.

  • Therefore, the fifth man, like the first four, now paid nothing.
  • The sixth now paid R2 instead of R3 (33% saving).
  • The seventh now paid R5 instead of R7 (28% saving).
  • The eighth now paid R9 instead of R12 (25% saving).
  • The ninth now paid R14 instead of R18 (22% saving).
  • The tenth now paid R49 instead of R59 (16% saving).

Each of the six was better off than before. And the first four continued to drink for free. But, once outside the bar, the men began to compare their savings.

"I only got a rand out of the R20 saving," declared the sixth man. He pointed to the tenth man, "but he got R10!"

"Yeah, that's right," exclaimed the fifth man. "I only saved a rand too. It's unfair - he got 10 times more benefit than me!"

"That's true!" shouted the seventh man. "Why should he get R10 back, when I got only R2? The wealthy always win!"

"Wait a minute," yelled the first four men in unison, "we didn't get anything at all. This new tax system exploits the poor!"

The nine men surrounded the tenth and beat him up.

The next night the tenth man didn't show up for drinks, so the nine sat down and had their beers without him. But when it came time to pay the bill, they discovered something important.

They didn't have enough money between all of them for even half of the bill!

And that, boys and girls, journalists, labour unions and government ministers, is how our tax system works. The people who pay the highest taxes will naturally get the most benefit from a tax reduction. Tax them too much, attack them for being wealthy, and they just may not show up anymore. In fact, they might start drinking overseas, where the atmosphere is somewhat friendlier.

David R. Kamerschen, Ph.D. Professor of Economics.

For those who understand, no explanation is needed.

For those who do not understand, no explanation is possible.

Montag, 1. April 2013

Project Garden

Having completed the renovations to the bathroom, now it’s time to start thinking of doing something about the garden.


Here’s a current view of our garden from the corner next to the front door towards the big tree in the corner.


2013_0330_110111I figured I could possibly do a small veggie garden under the tree next to the gate. However, I still need to check if this spot gets enough sunlight for veggies to be able to survive here.

2013_0330_110128We’ve removed the bushy tree on the side because it was mainly dead branches growing over the sidewalk & housed many Parktown Prawns. I still need to have the roots etc. removed completely.

2013_0330_110141We’d like some creepers along the wall to hide the bricks & create some atmosphere.  I think this rose bush might also need replacing.

2013_0330_110153The corner under this tree is my little hide-out. It’s fairly small, but nicely enclosed. I would love a small water feature in front of the tree and a nice small bench in the corner.

2013_0330_110205Clive wants the bogenvilla to go, but I’m not so sure if that’s a such a good idea. It provides nice shelter from the wind & the rain when you’re under the tree.

2013_0330_110215I guess the bourgeon villa could use some trimming so the rest of the bedding beneath it can be visible. The lawn could also use some levelling out.

2013_0330_110247The garden as seen from under the carport. From this end one can actually see the love palm I got from my bridesmaid when we got married. It’s the only one of my many plants that survived the move up to Johannesburg as well as the 2 months storage with the moving company 18 years ago.

I’d love some colour in the garden, but due to my allergies I think we will need to limit flowering plants and rather use those with 2 or more tones on the leaves. Unfortunately we haven’t tracked the sunshine for the summer, but if I remember correctly it gets lots of sun during the day until the sun moves over the wall from the carport’s side & then would get shady against the wall. We’ll do the tracking for the next few months to see how it gets affected in winter. This should help us decide which plants would do well…

Here are just a few great ideas I’ve seen that could possibly add some flair to our little garden


These pots might look lovely with some nice plants or could even come in handy for strawberries or tomatoes.


I love the idea of this little wagon. It might just fit in nicely in the corner at the post box.


Water fountains... mmm. They’re just awesome. I must, I must, I must have one.


I think a small bridge crossing into my little corner would be awesome, but the boys don’t seem to agree.

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Don’t you think this would look just gorgeous under my big tree?

tn72I kind of like these little creatures, although Clive doesn’t seem to agree. He says they look fake & he’d prefer some garden gnomes... not so sure about that though...