Written by Dr Scotty Madoc
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Monday, 25 May 2009

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'Dr' Brainstorm prepares to operate

Today leading Acupuncture therapist 'Dr' Tanya Brainstorm denounced the government for allowing 'un-spiritually tested' treatments such as medicine and surgery to be available on the NHS.

"This is a terrible situation and really is a sign of the times" said Tanya whilst sticking a needle into a gentleman's scrotum.

"These treatments are not in harmony with the all knowing vapour of love whose name is the God-head. These so called 'doctors' could be doing anything to you; they could permanently mess up your Chakras or deflate your aura if they're not careful. I really wish the government would set tight regulations on this sort of thing and then stick to them before irreparable damage is done."

Western Medicine is notorious for only taking scientific result into account when dealing with illnesses and amazingly is even openly disdainful of notions such as the invisible meridians of energy around a person's body or the great big ball of health giving light known as 'positive energy.'

As 'Dr' Brainstorm told us herself: "If the government wishes to be taken seriously as open minded people then they must ensure that the public is not fooled by the issue of facts and evidence and that if they feel ill they immediately consult their local Acupuncture-ist for some serious needles and herbal tea."

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