Exploiting my newfound freedom

Now that Simon Singh’s bogus journey is over and he’s won the libel suit brought against him by the British Chiropractic Association, legal precedence now prevents cranks in the UK from suing bloggers who call their claims ‘bogus’. So I thought I’d take a moment to get a few things off my chest.

The claims of the Catholic Church are bogus.

The claims of all religions are bogus.

The treatments offered by the British Chiropractic Association as well as almost every other chiropractic organization are bogus.

The treatments offered by homeopaths, acupuncturists, faith healers, psychic surgeons, and virtually every practitioner of so-called “althernative” “medicine” are bogus.

The claims of psychics are bogus.

The claims of ghost hunters are bogus.

The claims of anti-vaccinationist organizations are bogus.

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2 Responses to Exploiting my newfound freedom

  1. kristinmarr says:

    LOL

    You mean an angel called Gibril did not transmit the koran verbatim to an actual person called Muhammad 14 centuries ago?

  2. John Draeger says:

    Yeah, thanks to Simon Singh the word bogus has been rejuvenated! And all your claims of bogosity are true. Maybe Simon should make more statements about other con artists and those proselytizing false beliefs – providing he gets his legal bills paid by the BCA.

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