Canada’s “Mr. Science” Labels
Colloidal Silver Usage “Quackery”
widely regarded to be the “Mr. Science” of Canada – Dr. Joe Schwarcz
-- has published an article in the Montreal Gazette newspaper criticizing,
ridiculing and disparaging the use of colloidal silver.
But is his
criticism unbiased? Or is it paid
propaganda? Is it based on real
science? Or is it just more of the same
old sensationalistic nonsense disguised as facts and given the aura of
authority because it comes from a man of letters?
article, you’ll learn more about Canada’s “Mr. Science.” And you’ll get a good look at some of the
interesting connections between him and a certain “skeptic” group that
apparently spends millions of dollars on the task of denigrating the use of
I’ll throw in a handful of corrupt multi-national corporations who peddle toxic
chemicals to the public as well, and let you know how they might be connected
to Canada’s infamous “Mr. Science.”
you’ll learn just a little bit more about the way self-styled “quack busters”
like Dr. Schwarcz operate in their quest to promote
the use of toxic drugs and chemicals, while planting negative information about
colloidal silver and other natural healing modalities in the minds of the
process, you’ll see why you sometimes have to dig a little deeper for the truth
when pop culture personalities like Canada’s “Mr. Science” use their aura of
authority to bash a safe, natural infection-fighting remedy like colloidal
silver that, in reality, has been demonstrated by medical science to be safe
and highly effective for well over a century.
Steve Barwick here, for www.TheSilverEdge.com...
self-appointed “expert” has decided to publicly deride the use of colloidal
time it’s a Dr. Joe Schwarcz, director of Montreal,
Canada’s McGill University Office for Science and Society.
widely regarded to be the “Mr. Science” of Canada, and is regularly seen on
television programs explaining science to the public.
according to his profile on the McGill University web site, the man is
“dedicated to demystifying science for the public, the media and
all, making science more understandable for the general public is certainly a worthy
endeavor…if you’re telling them the
truth…and if you’re not operating
under a hidden agenda – particularly a paid
a recent news article written by Schwarcz and published in Canada’s Montreal Gazette newpaper, Schwarcz sang the praises of silver’s antimicrobial
he quickly labeled as “quackery” the use of colloidal silver as a nutritional supplement.
what he had to say about colloidal silver:
quackery often rides along the coattails of science. And so it is in this case.
Numerous websites promote the use of ‘colloidal silver’ as a cure for cancer,
diabetes, HIV infection and herpes.
[It] may well
have an antibacterial effect in a petri dish, but
that is a long way from having an antibacterial effect when taken internally.
evidence supports the benefit of ingesting any form of colloidal silver.
claims on its behalf is illegal, but colloidal silver can be sold as a dietary
That is a
curiosity because humans have no dietary requirement for silver and there is no
such thing as silver deficiency.”
Schwarcz goes on to describe former U.S. Senate candidate Stan Jones, who
contracted a mild case of
from excessive colloidal silver usage back in 2000, saying:
“He started to take a colloidal silver preparation that he made
himself by passing an electric current through a solution equipped with silver
he used too high a voltage and his solution contained a great deal of silver.
He turned blue.
he is not singing the blues, maintaining that he is healthy and still dopes
himself with colloidal silver. Pretty dopey actually.”
in all, the portion of Mr. Schwarcz’s article
dedicated to ridiculing the use of colloidal silver is composed of the usual
cacophony of carefully selected misleading statements disguised as
…along with subtle scare tactics designed to frighten the public
into thinking everyone who tries colloidal silver will “turn blue”…and of
course a hefty helping of immature name-calling and sarcasm thrown in for good
short, there’s no science at all in
these statements from the man known as Canada’s “Mr. Science.”
these types of journalistic drive-by-shootings are all too common among those
who criticize the use of colloidal silver and other safe effective natural
all, when you don’t have the science to back up your statements, all you have
left to use in order to make your point is exaggeration, misdirection, fear and ridicule.
part II of this article, which will be available next week, we’ll take a look
at what some real medical and science
experts have to say about colloidal silver and its usage, including their
comments on its profound effectiveness and safety.
when we do, it will become abundantly
obvious that Mr. Schwarcz should have interviewed at
least a few of these experts for his
news article – if only for balance and fairness -- before he decided to take
pen in hand and ridicule colloidal silver.
first, let’s take a closer look at Mr. Schwarcz, his
apparent agenda, and some of his compatriots.
When we do, I think you’ll see that in spite of his protestations to the
contrary, balance and fairness (and truth) are indeed the very last things on his mind.
A Closer Look
at Canada’s “Mr. Science”
of the very first things I discovered as I began to research Mr. Schwarcz and his background is that he’s a long-time proponent of
claiming they’re the “greatest scientific advance that has ever been introduced
in the history of the world.”
no bias there, right?
I suspect this vaccine
victim, and this vaccine
victim, and this vaccine
victim and this vaccine
victim, and these vaccine
victims and these vaccine
victims would tend to disagree with Mr. Schwarcz’s
even goes so far as to ridicule actors Jenny McCarthy and Jim Carrey for their
public anti-vaccine stances, and for bringing to light many of the horrific
incidences of death and devastation being caused by vaccines.
he casually brushes off the growing public resistance to vaccines as being
caused by “conspiracy theories”…
referring to anti-vaccine advocates as “conspiracy nuts” and “graduates of the
University of Google, for whom evidence-based medicine is a foreign concept.”
it’s beginning to look like the use of disdain
and ridicule is one of “Mr. Science’s” chief tools-of-the-trade…that’s
because it is!
very scientific of him, right? But
wait…it gets better…much better!
example, according to an article by
investigative journalist Alex Constantine, far from being an unbiased educator
of the public, our intrepid “Mr. Science” of Canada has a long history of using
his public stature to lull the public into believing that…
chemicals produced by giant multi-national biotechnology conglomerates are
actually good for you!
says Constantine, in reality Schwarcz is a “shill for
Monsanto” and other large multi-national biotechnology corporations.
explains that huge corporations like these use public figures like Schwarcz to propagandize the public into accepting toxic
chemical food additives, genetically modified foods and chemically grown foods
as a normal part of our daily diet.
example, according to Constantine, “Dr. Schwarcz writes that aspartame is perfectly safe to consume
-- a verdict contradicted by scores of independent studies, and one that only
the insane could endorse.”
Evil Eyes and
ignoring reams of scientific data against aspartame and other toxic chemicals
now found in foods and consumer goods…
intrepid Dr. Schwarcz explains away the devastation
to people’s health being caused by these toxic chemicals as nothing more than
by-products of their over-active imaginations.
Schwarcz in his book, Dr. Joe and What You Didn’t Know: 99 Fascinating Questions About
Chemistry, people who believe they’ve been harmed by chemical-laden foods,
or vaccines, or other such products are basically just…well…mentally unstable.
is no ready scientific explanation, we invent one.
the Black Plague was blamed on witches and Jews, the waxy pallor of
tuberculosis victims was blamed on vampires, and migraines were blamed on the
to identify cause-and-effect relationships even when they don’t exist.
instead of blaming our ailments on witches and evil eyes, we blame them on
yes. It’s all in
see, all of those poor little screaming purple babies who go into convulsions
after being vaccinated, and who are ending up with horrific developmental
diseases like autism or worse…
all of those painful and degenerative side effects from aspartame and other
toxic chemicals now being loaded into our foods and other consumer goods…
…none of that is real…not
it’s ALL just part of our deep-rooted psychological need to blame things on
witches and vampires and evil eyes and Jews.
the disdain and ridicule of the general public demonstrated by Dr. Joe Schwarcz apparently knows no bounds.
where does the ridicule end, and the “science”
most of the time…it simply doesn’t. To Schwarcz,
ridicule and hyperbole are quite sufficient, thank you.
all, who needs real science when you can simply paint proponents of nature’s
bounty as a bunch of mindless, superstitious nuts and kooks?
the Dark Side?
goes on to justify his claim that Schwarcz is a
“shill for Monsanto” by pointing out that at least some of Schwarcz’s
funding in the past has come from a group called the Council for Biotechnology
Information, also known as CBI…
is essentially the propaganda arm of the major multi-national corporations
involved in the promulgation of “agricultural biotechnology” i.e., the
worldwide production of chemical-laden foods and arguably toxic food
past years, CBI has apparently helped fund McGill University's Office for Science and Society, which of
course is headed by our intrepid advocate of chemical-laden foods and food
additives, Dr. Joe Schwarcz.
goes on to quote a document from the Council for Biotechnology Information in
which they apparently openly admit to their financial support of Schwarcz’s Office for Science and Society at McGill
well as admitting that the financial support is for the expressed purpose of garnering greater public support for the
increasing usage of chemicals in farming and food production (underlining is my
“…the Council believes that fostering acceptance begins and ends
with sharing balanced and science-based information, delivered by credible
spokespeople and organizations, with the consuming public.
To this end, the Council’s integrated and comprehensive
communications program is geared at increasing the number of informed
consumers and spurring acceptance of biotechnology in food production.
"Among the Council for Biotechnology Information’s efforts in Canada, we
have...Provided arm’s length support to diverse organizations such as McGill
University’s Office for Chemistry and Society..."
you see how this works?
to Constantine, the big multi-national chemical companies find an acknowledged
public spokesman like Dr. Joe Schwarcz, and
apparently fund his office. In return he
speaks out publicly in favor of their toxic, chemical-laden concoctions which
they loosely refer to as “food” or “food additives,” and against the growing
back-to-nature, non-chemical organic foods movement.
today CBI’s membership roster includes
some of the leading multinational biotechnology companies and trade
associations in the world -- purveyors of genetically modified foods, chemical
farming and toxic chemical food additives.
to the CBI’s web site, these companies include:
- Bayer CropScience
- Dow AgroSciences LLC
course, Monsanto was recently fined $700 million for poisoning people with PCBs
-- a chemical which causes a host of health problems in humans ranging from
learning disorders to cancer.
Monsanto was fined another $2.5 million for mislabeling and illegally selling
genetically engineered cotton seeds.
in 2005, Monsanto admitted to violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act,
and of making false entries into its books and records in the course of a US
Department of Justice case.
2007 Monsanto was fined by a French court for misleading the public about the
environmental impact of its herbicide Roundup.
as Mike Adams, of NaturalNews.com has recently reported, Monsanto
has even infiltrated key positions in the U.S. government, and has hired key
government officials to help pass legislation favorable to the company:
documents now reveal that Monsanto has also deeply infiltrated the United
States government…U.S. diplomats are actually working for Monsanto to push
their agenda along with other key government officials.”
members of the CBI group have equally checkered legal pasts.
example, BASF has reportedly been fined hundreds
of millions of dollars for crimes ranging from antitrust violations
(price-fixing)…to environmental pollution…to damaging the health of their
workers in foreign countries with toxins.
was also fined millions of dollars in a price-fixing scheme to keep the price
of aspirin abnormally high, as well as millions more dollars in fines for
paying illegal kickbacks to medical suppliers to switch patients over to their
later paid $750 million as a settlement with U.S. farmers for ruining their
rice crops with unapproved genetically modified rice.
you beginning to get the picture?
on the evidence presented by Constantine, it appears Mr. Schwarcz
has made a living, at least in part, as a paid propaganda mouthpiece for what
are arguably some of the most corrupt multinational corporations on the face of
little more digging on the internet, and – surprise! surprise!
-- another little tidbit of interesting information
“Mr. Science” of Canada is also a self-confessed natural health “skeptic” and
“quack buster” who spends a significant portion of his time publicly ridiculing
both natural supplements and proponents of natural health.
as McGill University Publications puts it, Schwarcz
is a “a tireless debunker of modern day snake oil
even written articles “debunking” various natural health remedies, regimens and
alternative medicine practitioners for online public forums such as Canada’s
notorious Quackery Watch web site.
And the more you dig, the more you learn.
Nefarious Source of Funding
in the Montreal Gazette, there’s even another
source of funding for the intrepid Mr. Schwarcz.
time, the funding comes from a well-known Canadian “philanthropist” and
dedicated natural health skeptic, Mr. Lorne Trottier…
sits on the board of one of the world’s largest “skeptics” groups which holds
symposiums ridiculing things like belief in God, and, of course, use of
alternative medicine and nutritional supplements.
to the Montreal Gazette:
and quacks beware - Joe Schwarcz has an extra $5.5
million to help put you out of business.
And, mark his
words - the man behind McGill University's renowned Office for Science and
Society won't rest until…
… every bottle of Goji juice, every
ounce of mistletoe extract and every coffee enema has been revealed for the
sham that they are.”
The new gift to McGill's faculty of science from philanthropist Lorne Trottier…
believed to be the largest gift ever for science promotion in Canada, and Schwarcz says it will go a long way in his ‘battle against
other words, the “philanthropist” Mr. Trottier is
funding Schwarcz’s propaganda campaign against
alternative medicine and natural health -- apparently including colloidal
silver -- to the tune of a whopping $5.5 million!
work, I suppose, if you can get it!
who is this “philanthropist,” Lorne Trottier? Well, according to internet sources he’s the
uncle of famous Canadian atheist activist, Justin Trottier.
he sits on the board of a group
called CFI Canada (Center for Inquiry), which is described on Wikipedia as:
educational organization with headquarters in the United States whose primary
mission is to encourage evidence-based inquiry into…fringe science claims,
alternative medicine…[and] religion.”
other words, CFI is a so-called “skeptic” group composed of people who consider
things like natural health, alternative medicine and even belief in God and
unscientific forms of “quackery”!
they reject and deny God, as well as His bountiful nature and its healing
benefits. (Here’s a link to a CFI
Canada video in which the group is seen holding an “atheist stand-up comedy”
night, replete with a “de-Baptism” ceremony.)
according to the Montreal Gazette,
Lorne Trottier, a board member of this group, is a
large source of funding for Canada’s “Mr. Science,” Joe Schwarcz.
v/s “Evidence-Based Medicine”
to Wikipedia, the CFI has grown into a worldwide organization since its
establishment in the U.S. in 1991.
opened numerous overseas branches – including opening a summertime “student
exchange” program with Moscow State University (of course!) -- and has even gained “special consultative status” with the
CFI now appears to be one of the world’s largest and
most well-funded of the so-called “skeptic” groups…
the point they hold conferences and events in major cities around the world to
promote atheism, secular humanism, and the value of “evidence-based medicine”
(read: Big Pharma’s
toxic drugs and chemicals) over natural health remedies, which they constantly
refer to as “snake oil.”
guess who speaks at those big conferences and events?
if you guessed that Canada’s intrepid “Mr. Science,” Dr. Joe Schwarcz is one of the featured guest speakers for CFI
Canada-related events, give yourself a Brownie button, because you’re right on
also acts as a moderator for
Trottier-related events, such as a
recent talk on alternative medicine in which the topic was…
“Birds of a feather.” From left to right: Dr. Joe Schwarcz with well-known “skeptics” James Randi, Dr. Ben Goldacre, David Gorski, Lorne Trottier, and Dr. Michael Shermer.
charlatans from placing our species in harm's way.”
Schwarcz is also listed as an
“Advisory Fellow” of CFI Canada, a leadership category within the group that
appears to be directly under the Board of Directors and over the National Executive
short, he’s a big shot with the atheistic organization that despises God,
ridicules faith and religion, and works to disparage natural health advocates
and natural health remedies.
wonder he got a $5.5 million dollar grant to bash proponents of natural health,
from CFI Canada’s board member, Lorne Trottier!
Manipulating Internet Search Results…
just what do these so-called “skeptic” groups do, besides holding meetings and railing
against God and Goji berries?
the renowned investigative journalist Tim Bolen -- who for years now has
exposed the sordid underbelly of the various so-called “quack buster” and
“skeptics” groups and their adherents -- recently mentioned CFI and similar
groups in an online article.
explained how some of these groups often work to manipulate the internet in an
effort to make sure that only negative
information about topics like natural health appear in
the top tier of the Google search engine results.
“There is an easily traceable pseudo-skeptic conspiracy going
It originates in the US, and, consequently, each and every
component, each and every participant, no matter where they are, is subject to
US law, and hence, US Courts.
Its sole purpose, now, is to control through Search Engine
Optimization (SEO) techniques and anonymous manipulation of Wikipedia,
information flow about health care on the internet.
…They have two areas of focus:
(1) The first page of Google and other search engine ranking, and
(2) control, by organized anonymous
manipulation, of Wikipedia health pages. They want their version of life to be
the only thing read on the internet.”
other words, according to Bolen, the so-called “skeptics” groups and quack
busters work quietly behind the scenes to make sure the top rankings in the
Google search results are dominated by…
web sites that carry decidedly negative articles about natural health topics,
or by web sites that passionately advocate for Big Pharma
and their drugs, or Big Farma and their
chemical-laden food additives and concoctions.
according to Bolen, it appears that one of the main goals of some of these
so-called “skeptic” organizations and “quack buster” groups…
is to manipulate the search rankings through sneaky
and sometimes even underhanded tactics such as “Google bombing”.
idea behind “google bombing” is to make sure targeted
natural health web sites are driven down
in the search engine results, and only
negative articles on targeted natural health subjects appear at the top of the Google search rankings.
to CuteRank.net, “Google Bombing is when
a group of sites such as blogs join forces to link to an unflattering page
about a company or product such that this page rises to the top of the search
results in Google.”
Colloidal Silver, For Example…
an example of the results of potential search engine manipulation? Here’s one I think you’ll find interesting:
Google the phrase “colloidal silver.”
the time of this writing, when you Google that phrase, the very first listing
you’ll see in Google’s organic rankings (i.e., non-paid advertising rankings)
is a Wikipedia.com entry about medicinal silver.
Wikipedia article is extremely negative
about colloidal silver and disparaging of its usage – enough to scare anyone
away from even thinking about using it.
second Google ranking is the infamous Quackwatch.com web page on colloidal
silver. It’s another extremely negative
hit piece claiming that the infection-fighting substance is essentially
useless, and constitutes significant “risk without benefit.”
reading that biased and distorted article would conclude that colloidal silver
usage is unbelievably dangerous at best.
the third Google ranking is the Mayo Clinic’s equally negative article on
other words, in the Google search rankings, out of a whopping 688,000 page
results for the search term “colloidal silver,” the top three web sites
ranked by Google are all decidedly negative
regarding colloidal silver usage.
are the three web sites the vast majority
of the public will click on when searching for information on colloidal
silver, because they’re at the very top of the Google search rankings.
of course, thanks to those high-ranking articles the public is always
left with a decidedly negative opinion on colloidal silver usage.
are the chances that the top three Google search engine results for the phrase
“colloidal silver” – out of well over a half million page results for that
phrase -- would be decidedly negative ones?
the search rankings being purposely manipulated
so that only negative information on colloidal silver is seen first by anyone
searching for information on the substance?
points out that if it can be demonstrated conclusively that “skeptic groups” or
individuals within those groups have engaged in purposeful manipulation of the
internet search results…
…(and based on the evidence he’s amassed, he believes it can indeed be demonstrated)…in some
cases it may constitute criminal racketeering (RICO) on behalf of those
natural health practitioners as well as natural health companies and products
that are targeted by the search engine manipulators are not only being financially harmed by the blatant
manipulation of search engine results, but their reputations are being harmed as well.
may want to take some time to read Bolen’s January 2012 article here in order to
gain a better understanding of the “skeptic” and “quack buster” scam against
the idea that at least some of these groups or individuals associated with them
are purposely using tactics to manipulate and skew search engine results
against natural health practitioners, companies and products.
be sure to watch Bolen’s web site for the promised follow-up articles on this
according to Bolen, tax records show that CFI took in millions of dollars in contributions in recent years, much of which
was listed as coming from “anonymous” donors.
who could these “anonymous” donors be?
Indeed, why would anyone donate
millions upon millions of dollars to a group hell bent on disparaging goji berries and other popular natural health remedies?
unfortunately the Schedule B of tax returns for such groups -- where the donors
must be listed -- are not publicly accessible short of
a lawsuit. But let’s ask the age-old
question of “who benefits?”
benefits most when natural health
remedies, natural health practitioners and natural health vendors are publicly
as a result the public is left with a decidedly negative impression of
substances like vitamins, minerals, herbs and nutritional supplements in
that question and you just might be
on the trail of the source of those anonymous millions of dollars in donations
to so-called skeptics groups like CFI.
more, according to Bolen, tax records also show that CFI apparently received
millions more dollars in income
reported on their taxes as “management fees.”
asks, “What do you suppose they
managed? And who paid them to manage it?
Maybe they manage Wikipedia health care articles? How about managing Search Engine Optimization
(SEO) tactics designed to bring skeptic articles to the first page of Google?”
promises to answer those very pertinent questions in greater depth, in upcoming
articles on his web site.
to sum up, according to the Montreal
Gazette it appears our intrepid colloidal silver basher – the “Mr. Science”
of Canada, Dr. Joe Schwarcz – is now largely funded
by Lorne Trottier, a self-described natural health
“skeptic” who sits on the board of CFI Canada –
of which Dr. Schwarcz is an
“Advisory Fellow,” and which, in turn, is a branch of the worldwide CFI
organization that collects millions of dollars annually in donations and
“management fees” from anonymous sources –
allowing it to fund people who apparently spend a large part of their time
making sure the public perception of subjects like alternative medicine and
natural health practices are decidedly negative.
according to investigative journalist Alex Constantine, the good Dr. Joe Schwarcz has also been funded through CBI, the organization
promoting corrupt Big Farma multi-national corporate
giants like Monsanto, Bayer and others.
it any wonder Schwarcz makes Youtube.com video after video and posts
them online, ridiculing natural health and extolling the supposed virtues of
chemical additives and chemical-laden foods?
it must be nice to get paid to sit around all day and plot how to promote
chemical additives while simultaneously working to scare the bejabbers out of
the general public about the supposed “dangers” of natural health
I’m talking about those same evil natural health supplements like vitamins,
minerals, amino acids, herbs, colloidal silver and similar products that haven’t
caused even a single
death in 27 years…
while supposedly “safe” and fully regulated chemicals
and pharmaceutical drugs continue to send as many as 200,000
innocent men, women and little children to early graves each year…in America alone.
Truth or Paid
what happens when you dig just a little
bit deeper, rather than taking a popular authority figure at their word for
Mr. Schwarcz’s agenda-driven background as an
apparent propaganda shill for major multinational biochemical corporations, and
as a “kept man” by God-hating natural health “skeptic” Lorne Trottier of CFI Canada…
didn’t have to wonder too long why he didn’t bother to interview even a single well-known expert on colloidal
silver usage for his thoroughly negative article in the Montreal Gazette.
all, real experts on the subject of
colloidal silver would point out the truth
about the infection-fighting benefits of the substance, based both on the
science as well as on their own clinical and practical experiences.
the truth is not always what bought-and-paid-for shills want the public to
hear. After all, they’re paid to mislead the public – usually
under the guise of “educating” the public.
(Yes, that’s my educated opinion.)
Joe Schwarcz, the so-called “skeptics” often claim to
base their contentions on “science.”
as we’ve seen, what they usually end up doing is dispensing with the science
and resorting to exaggeration, misdirection, sensationalism, name-calling,
disdain and ridicule, instead.
for the sake of balance and fairness, in a follow-up article to be published
next week, we’re going to take a quick look at what a handful of real scientists, clinical researchers
and assorted medical experts have to say about colloidal silver and its usage.
stay tuned, because I think you’re going to be quite surprised when you see
what some of the world’s most prestigious medical, clinical and scientific
experts have to say about the documented healing and infection-fighting
benefits of colloidal silver!
have Dr. Joe Schwarcz in fits, to be sure!
the next issue, I remain…
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