Whale.to avoidance rationalisations

[The usual whale avoidance is just ad hominem along the lines below.  One labelled it anti-semite.  Some of these are classics.]

"I agree with that information about vaccines and their side effects should not be suppressed. However, the whale.to link is not an appropriate source for this information because of the competing extremist information and conspiracy theories as outlined on the RFC on Talk:MMR vaccine. As already reviewed by InvictaHOG, the commentary on Illuminati mind control, Jewish conspiracy, genocide via vaccination, Roman Catholics, psychic assassins, Mormons, Walter Cronkite, demons sacrificing girls for growth hormone, or links to alien implant removers distracts from the criticisms of vaccines and decreases the value of whale.to link." Andrew73 13:12, 9 December 2005 (UTC)

"Hardly surprising.  If you go to whale.to, you can discover that HIV a) does not exist b) is harmless and c) is a bioengineered weapon.  The whole theme of the site is "ask a question, and we've got whatever answer you want.""

"a mish-mash of fundamentalist new-ageist ignorance."  I wonder if any of your sort has ever actually managed a degree (or even a college major) in a scientific subject - your ability with facts, research, and reasoning is most sub-standard. You *do* need two brain cells in order to understand how immunity works, and why vaccination achieves this - something you anti-vaccination hysterics seem to have trouble mustering.

Another tinfoil hat wearing paranoid whack-job spewing bullshit from a special interest website run by nut jobs who quote blogs of dubious origin as proof of their misinformation

You forget, John hates children.  He wants them do die...---Bryan