As with lies, there are doctors and then there are damned doctors. If your pediatrician insists on vaccinating your children, he is of the latter.
And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness. --2 Thessalonians 2:11-12Recently I ran across this article, "Vaccinate Your Kids -- Or Get Out of My Office."
It was allegedly written by a pro-vaccine pediatrician in New England, who writes under the pseudonym of Dr. Russell Saunders. Once you've read his work, you can't really blame the guy for not wanting to use his real name. If you can wade through the bovine-recycled grass in this e-article pasture, you will get to this revelatory gem, "What breaks the deal is that I would never truly believe that these parents [non-vaxers] trust me."
Oh, the tricky world of words. Dr. Saunders does not want to be trusted.
He wants to be worshiped.
He wants to be your authority, your Medical Deity, your Jim Jones who tells you to drink the Kool-Aid, and you do so, without thinking twice about those empty cups and dead bodies laying at your feet.
He wants to be your truth.
The problem is, no one can be your truth. Only truth can be your truth. The ancient Druids had a saying, "Let truth be your authority, not authority your truth." All hail, the White Coated One Who Is Draped With the Sacred Stethoscope At His Worshipful's Neck -- or don't darken the doorway with your heretical presence.
For someone who won't even trust the public with his real name, demanding unflinching fealty, or as he says, "trust", from his customers is a pretty arrogant and self-aggrandizing thing to do. But then, I didn't expect a whole lot of humility from a vaccine shill, did you?