Tuesday, November 14, 2023

See link below on side effects of vaccines, one of many such :

👆 this is just one of thousands of similar articles. Of a spate of side effects including sudden death caused by the vaccines. Even in India, which did not use mRNA. 

The conclusion is not that boosters are bad. 

The conclusion is not that mRNA vaccines are bad. 

The conclusion is not that we should believe these latest "medical" findings more than earlier ones. 

The conclusion is : 

All vaccines are bad.

The medical system is not to be trusted. 

Add to that, masking too. 

Not only are  vaccinations and masking not effective, they are extremely harmful. 

Where is the medical evidence for this you say? Even after all that has happened? The best way to spoil your health is by listening to the medical system.

And these conclusions are not based on hindsight, they are based on pure common sense, and proper understanding of health, both of which the medical system lack. 

Here is the link to my article in July 2020, even before the vaccines came on the scene.

I do not feel the need to change a single word even now

Dinesh Gopalan
mob: 9845257313; blog: http://www.dineshgopalan.com

Wednesday, November 8, 2023

On "experts" and their ilk

This link full of advice from HR experts is interesting: 


It is interesting because it is a whole load of crap. 

Experts are of the opinion that...

Whenever I read that I switch off. Whatever subject the so called experts opine on, they will mess up. They will come up with a shit load of fancy sounding jargon, designed to show off their erudition and expertise; but the end result is that they invariably showcase their shallowness and vacuity.

The sole objective of "experts" is to confuse and confound, complicate and dissimulate, using a haze of words which leaves the reader in a daze. Which is precisely the effect that they are striving for. 

The net result of listening to experts in all areas of life is,

You spoil your health by listening to nutrition experts,

You never regain it by listening to doctors,

You complicate your work life by listening to HR,

You screw up your peace of mind by following what HR says,

You compromise on your fitness by listening to fitness experts,

Your relationships deteriorate further after following the counsellors' advice, 

You buy into toxic investments after listening to personal finance experts ... 

The list goes on. 

There is no substitute to common sense,

And there is no substitute to taking charge of your own life.

More and more it appears to me that if you want to lead a good life, you must stop listening to experts.

And why should you believe what I am saying?

Because I am not an expert, that's why. I proudly claim lack of expertise in every subject!

On modern hi tech mattresses

Oh, the needless complications of modern life... 

It's as basic an act as sleeping, which is as essential to us as eating or breathing.

They take that and convert it to esoteric mumbo jumbo. 

Modern lifestyles ensure that people find it increasingly difficult to sleep. Stressful jobs, addiction to screens, ignoring the biological clock, going against the circadian rhythm, faulty diets... The list of crimes that we commit against our own bodies is long. 

And then we don't get sleep. We obviously think that there is a magic pill that can solve the problem. We need better mattresses, is what we conclude.

Meanwhile, we are so unfit that we obviously have back problems. We conclude that our inability to bend and touch the floor is due to, you guessed it, a faulty mattress! 

Enter the mattress makers. They convince us that the answer lies in more and more "sophisticated" mattresses. And market them with such a seductive appeal that everyone gets more and more convinced that sophisticated mattresses are a necessity.

We don't realise it, but the moment we fall into that trap, we constrain our lives in several ways. Wherever we go, we need "good" mattresses to sleep on. That reduces the number of places we can go to, and it reduces the kind of things that we can do. 

So we constrain our lives further and further, with an ever constricting range of activities, coupled with  deep seated anxieties on that most basic of human functions, sleep. 

Meanwhile, the coolie at the railway station and the manual labourer at the construction site, work hard the entire day tiring tiring their  bodies out, eat a frugal meal in the evening, sleep on the bare ground, and get wonderful sleep. 

Oh, the ironies of life!

Sometimes, the solution to a problem lies in going in the exact opposite direction to which the world is going. Try this:

Buy a chataai, the old fashioned sleeping mat made of coir or grass or some such material. Spread it on the floor and go to sleep. 

I assure you you will never go back to sleeping on a mattress after that.