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  1. Karen says:

    How do I read comments other people have written. Maybe no one has commented yet. I have heard the hype about ivermectin, but I don’t understand the mechanism by which an anti parasitic medication can treat a viral infection.

  2. Ellen says:

    Oh Dear Emma, thank you SO much for putting this out to your mailing list and inviting conversation. Due to my iatrogenic injury from psych drugs, I’ve been following this closely from the outset. I have been shocked to see most progressives completely ignoring what RFK, Jr. brought forward in this book. (I bought the book and read much of it when it was first released.) I followed Dr. Peter McCullough and Dr. Robert Malone from early 2021 and have watched the split narrative, lack of debate, mandates and “unvaxxed” shaming for months wondering when oh when will those who lean politically as I do, pick up on what has happened, the powerful suppression of both hard data and civil rights. I’m grateful RFK, Jr. (and many others) keep ringing the bell and have hopes that TRUE scientific debate can be opened as more people become aware that Big Pharma has picked America’s pockets. As one who lives with psych drug injuries, I didn’t take the bait, and am hopeful more US citizens will at least look at the information, the data, the patents, forensics really, that prove RFK, Jr’s points in the book. Again, thank you for putting this out to your mailing list.

  3. I am disappointed that this film was offered by IMHU with minimal comment. Especially during these times, when our country is so polarized and affected by violent conspiracy ideas, and as we head into highly contentious elections, this was a surprising and disturbing contribution from IMHU to our national conversation. Obviously, at the heart of our health crisis is the for-profit health industry. However, the last thing we need right now is the amplification of sloppy scholarship, inflammatory rhetoric, and anti-vaccine hysteria, all dressed up with dramatic conspiratorial sound effects. I expected a much more measured and thoughtful contribution from IMHU. I value much of the offerings IMHU gives us, but on this one, count me out. Disappointing is putting it mildly.

    1. Barbara Erb, MSW says:

      Thank you, Joanne. I agree with everything you said. I was about to write something but your comment says exactly what my take on this is. I, too, was extremely disappointed and upset by this offering by IMHU. It only amplifies the conspiracy theories and creates more separation–not dialogue–between us all. I am shocked that IMHU offered this movie. Thanks for your comment.

    2. Dear Joanne, (This will be a copy of the response I sent to Barbara Erb.) I know you had a strong reaction against the IMHU newsletter in which I posted a trailer to a film discussing views on the major media’s response to the pandemic. As you know, I am a firm believer in discussion and looking at many perspectives in order to make an informed choice. And, I am an advocate of following the science. The Atlantic recently published an article pointing out some of the inconsistencies in major media’s response to the pandemic. An MD writing for Children’s Health Defense wrote about that Atlantic article hilighting various ways major media has failed to allow us the critical thinking that journalism is supposed to be about. Here’s the link: https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/covid-pandemic-amnesty-accountability/. I understand there has been an exhausting amount of hyperbole and many of us are exhausted reading/viewing more. I found the article to be even-minded. On another note, again from my heart, I am sorry the past 2+ years have been hard on you, Emma

  4. Joanne Tortorici Luna says:

    I posted a comment today but don’t see it now. Where can we see the comments people post?

    1. Dear Barbara, I know you had a strong reaction against the IMHU newsletter in which I posted a trailer to a film discussing views on the major media’s response to the pandemic. As you know, I am a firm believer in discussion and looking at many perspectives in order to make an informed choice. And, I am an advocate of following the science. The Atlantic recently published an article pointing out some of the inconsistencies in major media’s response to the pandemic. An MD writing for Children’s Health Defense wrote about that Atlantic article hilighting various ways major media has failed to allow us the critical thinking that journalism is supposed to be about. Here’s the link: https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/covid-pandemic-amnesty-accountability/. I understand there has been an exhausting amount of hyperbole and many of us are exhausted reading/viewing more. I found the article to be even-minded. On another note, again from my heart, I am sorry the past 2+ years have been hard on you, Emma

      1. Barbara Erb, MSW says:

        Dear Emma,

        I clicked your link above then I looked up the Defender Children’s Health Org. This is what I found right away on Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Children%27s_Health_Defense

        It says it is chaired by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and has promoted many conspiracy theories including the ones about Bill Gates trying to take over with a Marxist High-Control Regime.

        This certainly is not a broad-based impartial organization.

        Barbara

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