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"When you have no basis of argument,
abuse the plaintiff"
Cicero (106 BC - 43 BC)
"Remember that foul
words or blows in themselves are no outrage, but your judgment that they
Epictetus (55 - 135)
This site gets a regular trickle of mail with compliments about the site, some suggesting suitable targets (I couldn't find all this stuff myself). All these messages are welcome and appreciated, but I don't see any reason to publish them. Of course, if someone insists that I publish their praise, I will be forced to agree. I did, however, promise to publish criticism. Not all of it expresses hatred, but "hate mail" is the generic Internet term for this sort of correspondence.
I have some pages which contain collections of mail on certain topics or from regular correspondents:
I have created a separate page for the stream of comments I received after this site was discovered by some people opposed to vaccination.
The 99 names of ...
Canadian Cancer Research
Mr William P O'Neill of the Canadian Cancer Research Group did not like me ...
Gutless Anonymous Liar
Here's some correspondence from something which is so brave and so sure of what it has to say that it has to post from an anonymiser service to hide its tracks.
Australian Council Against
The Australian Council Against Health Fraud has its own job to do, so the staff there have outsourced the job of handling hate mail. As the ACAHF office is on the campus of Northmead Technology Park, it made sense to give the job to the highly-experienced staff on the Millenium Project desk at Ratbag Castle.
(The ACAHF was retired in July 2011).
Some people don't just write. They make web sites about me, and you can see these at the Tribute Sites and Awards page.
A couple of matters about this site seem to be confusing people. The first is that the content of this site is opinion. It is my opinion, and if it does not match yours then that is too bad. Some people seem to be very frightened by my opinions, although I cannot understand why this should be so. If they have businesses or beliefs which are threatened by what I say on a web site which attracts a number of visitors each month which is only a minute proportion of the hundreds of millions of Internet users, then perhaps they need to think about how strong those businesses and beliefs are. The second matter is that, because this site is an expression of my opinions, I will publish opposing opinions. From the first day this site appeared it has contained a statement that any criticism may be published here. It is not my problem if people (some claiming extensive and sophisticated research skills) have missed the warning. It was there, and the choice to write was always (and will remain) up to the writer. If you want privacy, don't write.
Two days before the relaunch of this site in march 2019, the mail started to trickle in. I decided that the hate mail collection needed a fresh start too.
Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2019 20:32:16 +1000
Your email address says a lot about your character. It displays utter contempt for your audience, and I guess itís well justified. After all, if you are conscious that you write rubbish, and they arenítÖ.
I came across your page while looking up Archie Kalokerinos. A great Aussie doctor, who you describe in terms that reflects more on your state of mind than his character. Either your thinking is seriously corrupted or youíre forced to write crap because you canít get an honest job that pays the bills. Either way, dig yourself out of that rut youíre living in and break free for your own sake.
Thank you for your kind words. We take all criticism seriously around here as we have a policy of continuous improvement so we welcome being told where we have gone wrong.
This is not such a case. Dr Kalokerinos was seriously mad and a danger to children anywhere, or do you agree with his claims that the WHO and Save The Children are engaging in a deliberate policy of genocide and "Put Hitler and Stalin in the shade"? Do you agree with his practice of withholding vaccines from indigenous children, thus increasing the infant mortality that he pretended to care about? How about his idea that all ambulances should be fitted with IV Vitamin C equipment (provided by him, of course) as the first (and maybe only) line of all emergency medicine?
You can see an obituary for Dr Archie Kalokerinos here.