Lots of good points, but my favorite is this:
"The Pharmaceutical Industry, Medical Institutions, and the American Government have repeatedly usurped and controlled the media message, presenting half truths and falsehoods about the thinking parents, and by extension, Thinking Moms, and other reputable consumer safety advocacy groups and individuals, professing our message is unsound and without scientific merit. At present, over 55 studies exist demonstrating a strong link between vaccines and autism (also known as vaccine encephalopathy). They are not permitted publication in medical journals or scientific periodicals because those journals are funded by the very industry those studies indict. Studies formerly published on PubMed and other scientific publications have been removed without proper and formal discourse between those displacing said studies and the American public. The censorship of intellectual property that pertains directly to the health and welfare of all children is a crime against humanity."
Conflicts of interest in vaccine safety research. Account Res. 2012;19(2):65-88.
Heeeeeeeeeeeey! None of that, now! Pointing out conflicts of interest in vaccine research makes you a tinfoil hatted conspiracy-theorist, remember? Don't give anybody a peer-reviewed reason to believe otherwise...
I wish there was a tin hat smiley.
I would put it in my signature, maybe with a snippet of quote from this about EBM:
A million times zero is still zero.
As I said, I’m all for evidence-based medicine. Who wouldn’t be? But all evidence is not equal. We ought not to ignore that fact. And do so at our own peril.
"I wish there was a tin hat smiley."
Give me a day or two and I'll draw one up!
"Medical propaganda ops are, in the long run, the most dangerous. They appear to be neutral. They wave no political banners. They claim to be science. For these reasons, they can accomplish the goals of overt fascism without arousing suspicion.” — Jon Rappoport