July 14, 2014
Guy Chapman uses his 'blag' to ridicule yesterday's blog HERE
This blog post is far from finished, but this is at least a beginning of some things that I want homeopathy supporters to know. NOW. The homeopathy skeptics are working over-time. First their venom was directed towards the WDDTY magazine, now they are trying to ruin the reputation of Dr. Nancy Malik, a homeopath in India that has a very informative blog. I hope that both the magazine and Dr. Malik take appropriate legal action. I will do what I can to help, both on this blog and financially. Stay tuned for more about that....
July 13, 2014
This is such a long story, but for now, let me provide a bit of background about the tactics used by the skeptics, which I have addressed in an earlier blog post HERE against the sale of the What Doctors Don't Tell You magazine published in the UK by Lynne McTaggart. Alan Henness co-founder of The Nightingale Collaboration and some of his followers started a campaign in October 2013 bombarding with tweets and emails to public relations people of the different shops in the UK & Scotland asking them not to not stock this magazine claiming that the magazine's content (alternative medicine, natural therapies, etc) was irresponsible. It seems that what angered the skeptics the most - prompting their email & Twitter campaign sent to the different shops was the fact that there was going to be an article in the November 2013 issue of the magazine that covered the positive work and results using homeopathy with cancer patients at the Banerji Homeopathic clinic in India. I have screen shots, but that can wait.
Since November 2013, the skeptics have not stopped their campaign to censor this magazine and keep it off the shelves in the UK. Just below are some screen shots of more recent activity; notably S.L. Singh (54K followers on Twitter and not a physician, homeopath or scientist), the person that provided the original "seed" money for the Nightingale Collaboration. This organization scours the internet looking for homeopathy websites and articles looking for information they can report as "misleading content". To my knowledge, none of these people who report homeopaths to the ASA_UK are physicians, homeopaths or scientists. The ASA_UK panel (no homeopath on the panel) then makes a determination (mostly against the homeopath) and then proceeds to embarrass the homeopath on their site. The ASA_UK is a private organization that has not been recognized by the government of the U.K.