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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Junk science courts hit Europe

Criminal lawyers say you can indict a ham sandwich.

Now civil lawyers say you can sue a peanut butter sandwich and win -- in Europe.

Welcome to the European Union.

Not only is the League of Collapsing Nations failing to protect its women from gang-raping refugees, but it is turning its courts over to the class-action lawyers.

From the Associated Press:
The highest court of the European Union ruled Wednesday that courts can consider whether a vaccination led to someone developing an illness even when there is no scientific proof.
The decision was issued on Wednesday in relation to the case of a Frenchman known as Mr. J.W., who was immunized against hepatitis B in late 1998-99. About a year later, Mr. J.W. was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. In 2006, he and his family sued vaccine-maker Sanofi Pasteur in an attempt to be compensated for the damage they claim he suffered due to the vaccine. Mr. J.W. died in 2011.
France's Court of Appeal ruled there was no causal link between the hepatitis B vaccine and multiple sclerosis, and dismissed the case. Numerous studies have found no relationship between the hepatitis B shot and multiple sclerosis.
After the case went to France's Court of Cassation, it was brought to the European Union.
Any nation that cedes its sovereignty to Belgium -- a quasi-nation known best for its waffles -- deserves to expire.

Darwin requires it.

This is EU-icide.

From the story:
Dr. Paul Offit, a pediatrician and vaccines expert at the University of Pennsylvania, said the criteria used by the court made no sense — and are similar to those used by vaccine injury compensation programs in the United States.
"Using those criteria, you could reasonably make the case that someone should be compensated for developing leukemia after eating a peanut butter sandwich," he said. Offit said the courts shouldn't be trusted to make rulings about scientific evidence. "It's very frustrating that they have such a ridiculously low bar for causality," he said, adding that anti-vaccination supporters have long relied on such court judgments to bolster their campaign against vaccines.
Liberte, Egalite, Stupidity.

Vaccines save lives. France invented them.

Now it is un-inventing them.

Europe not only suffers an invasion from Muslims who want to set up a caliphate, but the Old Continent also endures the numbing dumbness of liberalism.





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5 comments:

  1. "Europe not only suffers an invasion from Muslims who want to set up a caliphate, but the Old Continent also endures the numbing dumbness of liberalism."
    You write this as if they are disconnected, Don, but you know and we know that both are due to the dumbness of liberalism.

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  2. You spelled "stupidite" wrong. Need to reread the declaration of the rights of humans of as yet undetermined origin/gender and the citizen of no country in particular.

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  3. I was a few paragraphs into a long post comparing the EU to the Holy Roman and Ottoman empires and my notebook spontaneously reset itself. Never seen it do this before. Weird.

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  4. "and are similar to those used by vaccine injury compensation programs in the United States."

    Our system needs to change.

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  5. "... even when there is no scientific proof".

    Who needs scientific proof in court? Not liberals.

    Who needs scientific proof at all? Not global warmists.

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