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Recent developments have made it much more difficult to obtain opinions and information about personal health that doesn’t conform to the standards and precepts promoted by conventional medicine, government officials, and the mainstream media.

Major tech firms like Google, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube have radically changed their policies and algorithms to censor or demonetize articles published by non-mainstream health information providers such as Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, Green Med Info, and Natural News.

Organic Sulfur For Health has not been spared by the changes imposed by the social media and tech giants, as our website traffic suffered a major drop during 2018. For instance, in January, February, and March 2018, our website drew approximately 16,000 unique visitors during each of those months. That monthly figure dropped to 11,500 views in July and declined even further to less than 5,000 unique visitors in both November and December. Not surprisingly, product sales have plummeted in tandem with the falloff in website traffic.

Search engine results often reveal the presence of online critics and trolls who seek to refute independent ideas and sway public opinion by posting ad hominem attacks, rather than factual evidence of their position. It doesn’t matter what the health topic is. It could be vaccine safety, or the hazards of GMO foods, fluoride in our water supply, or the spraying of our skies with nanoparticles. The argument goes something like this:

He/she is anti-science and/or a crackpot.

In 1947 the International Medical Tribunal articulated a set of 10 rules known as the Nuremberg Code that were meant to dissuade nations from engaging in the type of human experiments that were conducted during World War II. Among other requirements, the code called for the “voluntary consent” of the human research subject, an assessment of risks and benefits, and assurances of competent investigators. As a point of reference, the mandatory vaccination mandate that is being implemented globally violates the voluntary consent idea set forth in the Nuremberg Code.

Payouts for Vaccine-Related Injuries and Deaths

The National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) is an independent clearinghouse dedicated to preventing vaccine injuries and deaths through public education, and advocates for informed consent protections in medical policies and public health laws. NVIC co-founders worked with Congress to write and enact the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986, which acknowledged that vaccine injuries and deaths are possible and that vaccine safety protections were needed in the mass vaccination system. The Act shielded vaccine makers from legal liability, and compensation payouts in court cases are funded by an excise tax of 75 cents that is assessed on every covered vaccine that is sold. As noted on the NVIC website:

The law preserved the right for vaccine injured persons to bring a lawsuit in the court system if federal compensation is denied or is not sufficient. By 2018, the U.S. Court of Claims had awarded nearly $4 billion dollars to vaccine victims for their catastrophic vaccine injuries, although two out of three applicants have been denied compensation.

In 2016 the Hutchinson News published a report entitled Supreme Court rules vaccines are unavoidably unsafe that contained the following passage:

The Supreme Court has ruled vaccines are “unavoidably unsafe.” Vaccines contain mercury, formaldehyde, aluminum, polysorbate 80, cell lines from aborted fetuses, tissue from hamsters, dog kidneys, monkeys, peanut oil adjuvants and much more. Allowing hazardous material injections into their children’s bloodstreams has caused untold grief for tens of thousands of parents.

Fatalities Attributed to Mainstream Medicine

Regarding the science and safety behind standard health care procedures, I present excerpts and links to these three reports that paint a totally different picture:

The third-leading cause of death in US most doctors don’t want you to know about
Ray Sipherd, special to
Feb 22 2018

• A recent Johns Hopkins study claims more than 250,000 people in the U.S. die every year from medical errors. Other reports claim the numbers to be as high as 440,000. • Medical errors are the third-leading cause of death after heart disease and cancer. • Advocates are fighting back, pushing for greater legislation for patient safety.

Death By Prescription: By one estimate, taking prescribed medications is the fourth leading cause of death among Americans
Michael O. Schroeder Staff Writer, US News and World Report
Sep 27, 2016

“By far the greatest number of [prescription drug-related] hospitalizations and deaths occur from drugs that are prescribed properly by physicians and taken as directed,” says Donald Light, a medical and economic sociologist and lead author of a 2013 paper that detailed the estimate, entitled “Institutional Corruption of Pharmaceuticals and the Myth of Safe and Effective Drugs.”

Prescription Drugs Outpace Car Accidents As Leading Cause Of Death
CRC Health

While illegal drugs such as heroin and cocaine do contribute a fair share to the death toll, the sharpest increase in fatalities was due to prescription opiates such as methadone, Oxycontin and Vicodin. The number of deaths from methadone alone increased sevenfold between 1999 and 2006, according to a recent report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Options for Surfing the Web

We can reduce the restrictions and censorship that the major tech platforms have imposed by relying on alternative sources. Below is a list of some options that are readily available.

Search Engines (alternatives to Google)
StartPage (performs private searches)
DuckDuckGo (search engine that doesn’t track you)
Jive Search (another search engine that doesn’t track you)
Bing (2nd biggest search engine after Google)
Ecosia (the search engine that plants trees)

Video Sharing Sites (alternatives to YouTube)
DTube (based on blockchain)
The Internet Archive
The Open Video Project

Social Media (alternatives to Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn)
Gab (Twitter alternative seen as a champion of free speech and flow of information)
Minds (open source and encrypted alternative to Facebook)
MeWe (next-gen, no tracking social network)
Alignable (Small Business Network seen as an alternative to LinkedIn)
Steemit (social media platform powered by blockchain where everyone gets paid to post online)


Vaxxter: Help Us Fight
Natural News
US News and World Report
CRC Health
National Vaccine Information Center
HRSA: Human Resources & Services Administration
The Nuremberg Code 70 Years Later
Nuremberg Code (1947) posted by Natalie Jarmusik

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2 thoughts on “Our ability to objectively conduct health research is compromised

  • 2019-01-05 at 10:35 am

    Received this message from a radio show host:
    Times are very challenging for many of us now and we must look for new ways to get around the censors. To this end I am starting up my online magazine and would love for you to contribute an article about health and sulfur. I think using written word on private websites is a good way around plus using other video formats combined with audio formats.

  • 2019-01-05 at 10:45 am

    In Sep 2014, YouTube banned one of my popular organic sulfur videos after claiming that it violated company policy regarding commercially deceptive content, even though the dialog between the screen characters was based on factual information verifiable on the Internet.

    Organic Sulfur video removal by YouTube


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