brain sizes: Einstein's & women's

Bob bobx23456 at hotmail.com
Fri Sep 20 12:57:10 EST 2002



John Knight wrote:

> "Bob" <bobx23456 at hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:3D7D4F6F.9030808 at hotmail.com...
> 
>>
>>John Knight wrote:
>>
>>
>>>"Dan Holzman" <holzman at panix.com> wrote in message
>>>news:alj0g1$nio$1 at panix1.panix.com...
>>>
>>>
>>>>Does it come as a surprise to ANYONE that John regards psych drugs as
>>>>part of a conspiracy?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>Actually, everything that jews in this country have done in the name of
>>>"medicine", all the way from Salk to Ritalin to antidepressants to salt,
>>>
> has
> 
>>>been a complete, unmitigated catastrophe.
>>>http://christianparty.net/salk.htm
>>>John Knight
>>>
>>
>>You are probably right that all that stuff has been a catastrophe, but
>>blaming it on a Jewish conspiracy is insupportable.  There have been
>>MANY christian scientists and doctors also involved, more than Jews
>>numerically. So if anything its at least as much of a christian
>>conspiracy.
>>
>>Salt is a conspiracy and a catastrophe?  Now that is a new one even to
>>me.  How so?
>>
>>Bob
>>
> 
> 
> Yes, Christians have been sucked into this jewish scam, and they are NO less
> culpable than the jews, particularly if it can be proven that they knew what
> was going on.
> 
> Even if it can't be proven that they knew, their failure to do due diligence
> still makes them culpable.
> 
> You wouldn't think that jews could have used something as simple as salt as
> a weapon against us, but there is some excellent evidence that they have at:
> 
> http://christianparty.net/healthcare.htm
> 
> and
> 
> http://christianparty.net/salt.htm



Wow!   These guys are flaming' loonies.

With a gadzillion tons of salt in the oceans and all over the earth, and 
absolutely necessary for human life, they blame it on a Jewish 
conspiracy.  I knew the fundies were generally a bit off, but this is 
beyond the pale.

Bob



> 
> The first time I heard about this was in the Orient, but I dismissed it at
> the time because it seemed that salt was salt.  But Asians are very
> particular about their source of salt and don't trust American imports.  The
> story on that above page isn't completely convincing, but it's consistent
> with what Asians think about it.
> 
> John Knight
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