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An Interesting Coast to Coast AM Show This Early Morning

George Noory had Linda Moulton Howe on, and they were at odds with each other on the true danger and origin of the H1N1 virus. Linda was baffled as to why George and his listeners were so suspicious and fearful of any vaccine, and yet she claimed that the paranoia was from speculation of baseless information on the Internet, which George politely and indirectly pointed out was also from some doctors that he’s had on. George was baffled as to why she trusted doctors so much though knowing that governments in general were not trustworthy. Linda’s reasons earlier for explaining her trust of the vaccines was because she had taken many and was ok (which is an ignorant argument since many were clearly harmed by vaccines, even admitted by the Washington Post concerning the Polio Vaccine, and that’s just one of hundreds of examples) and because she had a deep respect for doctors (apparently because of her safe experiences with them). Her reasoning is bizarre, and reminds me of a teen I once met years ago, who told me that cops were good, because they protected people, and an atheist who years ago told me that scientists believed in evolution because it was their job to learn the truth. That reasoning is clearly flawed since merely having a certain kind of job doesn’t make you moral or competent, as is demonstrated every day, ever hour, ever minute, and many people, including police and scientists are fired for not doing their job right, not wanting to do their job right, and also sued for causing monetary, emotional and physical damage. It’s also known that myths, including harmful ones, can be and still are perpetuated by cultures, people of various organizations, and of various kinds of groups, like scientists and police. One example of a years long perpetuated myth among police , including the FBI and CIA, and in the forensic community, was that it could be determined if a bullet came from a certain gun if the bullet had certain markings on it. Among scientists in general was the myth that evolution occurred in pregnant animals including humans (not that I believe animals are humans), which some Darwinist scientists said was a deliberate lie that came from a scientist named Haeckel (and it says a lot about the intelligence of Darwinists that they would believe something so stupid and nonsensical – why would evolution be repeated in the stomach by a baby? Stupid.) Another myth is that there are geological columns (layers of dirt) that show a gradual pattern of evolution over millions of years showing simple lifeforms becoming more complex ones over millions of years, and with the baseless belief that bigger = more complex. Many people still believe those things because of stupid propaganda from stubborn deliberately ignorant Darwinists in leadership positions, who use clever distraction tactics, pretty pictures and videos to persuade the ignorant and reinforce their claims. Another myth commonly used by Darwinists to support macro-evolution (which is when one animal is said to turn into another) is that birds on the Galapagos Islands were proof that Darwin was right (about one animal being able to turn into another), but rarely will an evolutionist be bold enough to directly make that claim, which is why I used brackets. Instead, in their delusion or on purpose, they lieve out “about one animal being able to turn into another” because they know that no one ever found evidence that one animal turned into another on the Galapagos Islands, or anywhere else. What they claim is that o the Galapagos Islands, are various birds with different shaped beaks which were once the same kind of bird, and that their beaks are very different now because they turned into other kinds of birds. That is clearly stupid because anyone can see that there are all kinds of cats and dogs, from lions to little cats and wolves to little dogs, and that despite their great differences, they are all the same kinds of animals and their different features just give them different advantages, rather than making them different animals. But Darwinists are so stupid they think that merely different beak shapes among the birds of the Galapagos Islands is enough evidence to say that the birds are so different from each other than that means dogs can turn into cats and cats can turn into dogs if you wait long enough. One Darwinist museum creator was so deluded that he thought just putting two cats on an island without any other cats was (macro-)evolution! It always amazes me how such stupid people can get prestigious positions and jobs and high pay, yet I know it’s not a big surprise to me because many people hate God and are happy to help and promote others who are good at getting others to hate God, especially if they can even get people to stop believing in him.

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  1. Tim
    October 30, 2009 at 1:09 PM

    Edited version : Daniel, I heard the same show you heard this AM and I thought George was going to knock LMH TFO. LOL Clearly George was mystified as to why LMH was so determined to maintain that the H1N1 was going to wipe out 99% of the human race. I have to agree with George, and as I listened to LMH I began to wonder if her cheese has slid off her cracker. She sounds positively nuts. There is not one shred of evidence to show that the Swine Flu is any worse than the regular flu, yet if you listen to LMH you would think we are on the verge of extinction.

    • November 2, 2009 at 1:42 PM

      I remember last year someone calling into Coast to Coast while she was a guest and saying that LMH was fear mongering, it was around Christmas I think, and I forget what it was she was talking about, though I somewhat recall that that seemed to be what she was doing, and I don’t remember disagreeing. Not to make fun of her, but I’m often wondering when I listen to her, as to why her voice trembles, it didn’t seem to tremble much this time, which made it a big relief to listen to her.

      I thought that maybe Linda, being a believer in macro-evolution, which no doubt she’d simply refer to as evolution, was supporting doctor-kind because she believed that most of them were evolution-believers and therefore not, “crazy like fundamentalist Christians” not that she literally said that, but she’s come close, but if that were true then it seems she would then support the scientific community who speaks out against UFO’s being alien or from other dimensions. Also, I don’t know of doctors to be babbling about evolution while giving vaccines out or anything like that, so I’m probably wrong. For those that thing George is part of some government conspiracy to suppress truth and heard this show – I bet it changed their mind, but then again maybe not if they were confused enough to think that in the first place.

  2. Tim
    November 2, 2009 at 3:40 PM

    So is your point is that you are still unsure as to why LMH is supporting the narrative coming out of the medical community/media/White House that the Swine Flu is a pandemic? If, as you say, she is not supporting these doctors due to the fact that she respects their credentials (that is what she says at least), then why is it? If she respects these scientists so much in regards to Swine Flu, then why doesn’t she believe similarly credentialed scientists that say that crop circles are man-made? Mind you, these are the same scientists that say that there is no ET life – scientists she also writes off as conservative dullards. So, why is she buying this drivel being pushed by the scientific community regarding Swine Flu? It makes no sense.

    Also, I agree that Noory sure did come across as level headed with LMH, and he tried very hard to get her to come clean and explain her sudden love affair with the government and scientific community. Sadly, he ran out of time and the show ended before answers could be found. I, too, find LMH trembly voice odd, and her voice was eerily steady this time. This is a marked departure from past interviews.

    • November 2, 2009 at 11:37 PM

      I just don’t understand why her logic would fail in realizing that being employed as a doctor or nurse doesn’t make you trustworthy, compitent to be a doctor or nurse or mistake-proof when she knows that it’s not true of people in government or other job types like science types in general. But she obviously hasn’t studied the history of vaccines in relation to disease outbreaks, and it’s apparently because she spends a huge amount of time studying UFO’s, global warming and other topics. I don’t blame her for not being very informed about vaccines since she’s chosen to specialize in certain areas, but that’s no excuse for her make assumptions and simply believing whatever else she hears. I think basically, it comes down to pride and she didn’t want to admit that she was wrong. How many guests or radio show hosts have you ever heard say, “Ok I was wrong, next subject.”? It would be interesting to hear a guest or host admit to being wrong for once when they know they are. She could have said that she would look into more carefully seeing that it was a controversial subject instead of trying to appear very knowledgeable in the area of vaccines. She did say that she would look into the subject more closely if I remember right, or some part of it.

      Maybe she uses prozac or ritalin or something because she was suffering from depression, and it helped her and so she mistook that help as being evidence that all doctors are good in general. Many people use psychopharmaceuticals these days, and her trembling voice may be an indication that she takes one or more. It reminds me of a friend I used whose voice trembled similarly after he started taking such drugs. Or maybe she’s just a really heavy coffee drinker. I was also wondering, just what was her evidence that vaccines never did anything bad to her? That her voice is always trembling as if she were unhealthy, doesn’t inspire confidence in me that she’s right. If she could produce health certificates showing a clean bill of health then that would be different.

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