TWITTER EXPLODES OVER HOMEOPATHIC EBOLA CURE

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HOMEOPATHIC EBOLA CURE APPROVAL BY FDA CHALLENGED

September 5, 2014 Twitter exploded in a back to homeopathy school rush of angry condemnations of the last emtry in this blog, FDA APPROVES HOMEOPATHIC EBOLA CURE.
https://johnbenneth.wordpress.com/2014/08/31/fda-approves-homeopathic-ebola-cure/
One Tweet, amongst the many accusations of prevarication, called the author “a rotten liar.” Another Twit kept insisting that it constituted fraud. Even worse, another called the author a two-bit dinner theater actor, and a homophobic mentalist Mark Twain impersonator.
Tickets were actually $125 a plate. Two bits is the cost of the cure. Mark Twain, who was the first to have the courage to report his experiences with psychic communication (Mental Telgraphy) was a devout user of homeopathic physicians.
The homophobic part comes from my reporting that some people have reported being relieved of an unwanted sexual orientation after homeopathic treatment.
My credentials came under scrutiny, too. One of my defenders stuck that I have more medical and science knowledge than the rest of humanity combined. This is true, but only when I’ve been drinking, and I added that I have a degree in stalking from Harvard. Another carper intimated my drawers are full of phony certificates from homeopathy schools and seminars. I retorted that I use them to cover the bullet holes in my walls, put there by drive by allopaths.
One former skeptic said he (expletive deleted) loves me.
Well, as long as I’m being characterized as a liar I might as well take advantage of it and get a few off my chest that I’ve been wanting to tell. Pardon me, but let us not forget that attacking me is nothing more than another diversion, an excuse to not confront an actual case of Ebola homeopathically. Lest hubris take my soul in ignominy, after seeing others blind to the extraordinary success of homeopathy curing innocent diseases, not to mention serious epidemics like smallpox, I get flippant.
Ebola, a strain of hemorrhagic fever, is supposed to be incurable. Talk about lies, I say it is a hoax, and that the thousands ocan be cured of it, andthe rest  inoculated of it as a bonus.
Line up, please.
I stand before you naked as Alexander. If what I say about the curability of Ebola isn’t true, then where am I supposed to hide, and with what ill-gotten gain?

UNBELIEVABLE

On the side of the believers, the challenges made by several were whether or not the FDA approval part is true. No real homeopath would argue that homeopathy can’t cure the damnation of a two bit overblown West African continuous fever, but they can’t believe the FDA really approved a homeopathic drug for the cure of Ebola viral hemorrhagic fever.
Maybe it’s just a waste of time to try to get a cure to the Africans. One well known homeopath told me it’s not so, “homeopathic remedies are not approved for use on Ebola and the blog should be deleted.” Another said the law doesn’t say “approve.” Another wailed the headline “FDA APPROVES HOMEOPATHIC EBOLA CURE” is misleading.

I KNEW IT

I fully expected this to happen, so I made a point of intensely studying the subject and choosing my words carefully. RNA aside, if the statute and the FDA recommended literature are read carefully, specifically their referral to John Henry Clarke, MD, most notably his entry on Crotalus horridus (Crot-h) [http://www.homeoint.org/clarke/c/crot_h.htm] little doubt should be left in the reader’s mind that it is the most indicated remedy for West African hemorrhagic fevers . . and Crot-h is an approved drug listed in the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States (HPUS).

THE REAL FEAR

Another homeopath, stung by the news, quailed that the authorities at the FDA, suddenly realizing their power to regulate it, would use the statute to clamp down on the use of these drugs for serious diseases. Are people with serious diseases excluded and prohibited from being treated homeopathically? No, the best they can do is try to exclude it from Facebook.

I get it, nobody like to be be proven wrong. Saving face is more important than saving lives.

EPIDEMILOGICAL USE OF HOMEOPATHY MAN’S GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT

Some want to think that “homeopathics” should only be used on self-limiting conditions. This relieves them of the burden of the truth. But what condition, including death, is not self-limiting? Although it took almost 200 years to do it, homeopathy was used to eradicate smallpox, and I’ve yet to hear anyone complain about it.

The Pharmasees have been silent.
What, you didn’t know? You don’t believe He’s here? The running gag of this blog has become that everyone’s already been unwittingly subjected tosome crude form of homeopathy or another, usually with their first vaccine needle jab, as the only operative means of triggering a response from the adaptive immune system is to stimulate it homeopathically . . like cures like, the prime example being the use of the cowpox serum from cattle to inoculate against smallpox, homeopathy in this example of eradicating Man’s most deadly disease being His greatest medical achievement of all time.
As you can see, the war on homeopathy is full of booby traps for the festering. The only true physican is a homoeopathic physician. Every criticism of homeopathy by the zeusophobes, i.e., the Atheist contingent, turns out to be factually wrong. And what we have to say to the Thomases is equally no.

He went on to perform his own miracles . .

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