! This post hasn't been updated in over a year and I've changed my opinions on many things over the years. Deleting things I wrote years ago would be like ripping pages out of a diary so I'm not going to do it despite the fact that some stuff I've written in the past will probably be used against me during elections by UKIP hating fascists. You should read this bearing in mind that what I thought in the past might not be what I think now.

The BBC were bleating this morning about another promised measles epidemic (the last one they said was going to happen didn’t, I wonder if this one will) and navel gazing about the number of children that aren’t getting vaccinated.

What they failed to mention was that it was the BBC was one of the media outlets that made such a big thing about the scientifically dubious and widely disputed claims that MMR vaccines could cause autism in children that has resulted in so many children not being given the MMR vaccination.

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  1. Axel (1214 comments) says:

    mumps hurts, i had it as a kid and it was bloody sore, my whole heid was like a big fat pink hairy melon (

    I think the BBC starts lots of rumours, its just that most of them dont get a life of their own

  2. Axel (1214 comments) says:

    what about a blog post about the MP who was arrested for telling the truth the government wanted to hide?

  3. wonkotsane (1115 comments) says:

    Give me a chance, this is stuff I wrote this morning and didn’t get a chance to publish! I’ve still got a post on Ian “the tosser” B.Liar to put up yet.

  4. apple_m (1 comments) says:

    hi wonko
    it may be a coincidence but if you google “autism somali” you may find why the government and department of heath are running scared.
    seems like minisota has a lot of somali kids with autism (1 in 25) .
    the parents who know nothing about the whole autism mmr mercury thing are saying that thier childern changed after vaccination and they have never seen autism in somalia.
    great blog btw

  5. axel (1214 comments) says:


    Tellingly, the sentence “Research has not shown it’s related to shots or toxins — kids who haven’t received immunizations have the same baseline [for autism] as those who have,” said HCMC’s Maroushek.” seems to imply that it may be something else other than MMR

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