We all know that the CBT fanatics have been lying about ME for decades. This time though, the Pinocchio specialists from the Netherlands have taken things to another level.
They have written a letter, attached as a PDF file, to Dr. Whittemore from the WPI, and they write some very interesting things indeed.
The Lancet, normally publishes their CBT rubbish without any hesitation, this time though, The Lancet has refused to publish the so called negative XMRV study.
They then offered it to the BMJ, the British Journal of CBT-ism, the Journal that was ruled for many years by Prof Wessely, and is still dancing to his tunes. So no surprise that they published this article.
However, before the article was published, the CBT fanatics from the Netherlands already knew that the American Institute did in fact detect the virus in some of the samples that were sent to them by the Dutch CBT fanatics. To then publish an article saying that the XMRV virus wasn't detected at all, was Pinocchio medicine at its best.
They should have at least mentioned the positive findings, even if they think, that it was caused by contamination, what else can they say when Pinocchio medicine rules their world.
The CBT fanatics however are so desperate to keep the millions coming for silly CBT that the article had to be published at any cost, and to deny the existence of this new virus.
I know that the GMC is investigating a silly case against Dr. Myhill, but it is very clear what they should be doing instead wouldn't you think ...
I hope for the British and the Dutch Pinocchio specialists, that none of them, nor any of their friends and relatives, will ever get ME, because then they will suddenly realise that they have been wasting millions on silly therapy, that they have wasted decades to NOT find proper treatment, and finally, they will be in for a huge shock, as ME is a shocking and very debilitating illness, which has got nothing to do with chronic fatigue.
But please keep on telling bogies, my dear CBT friends, as this seems to make you happy.
I have looked things up in the new DSM 5, written by Prof CBT himself, and I think that CBT -- ism is coded as Complex Pinocchio Disorder, with a high prevalence in a small area in London near the Thames and a small area in the eastern part of the Netherlands if Mr. Google is right.
By the way, does anybody know if there is any treatment for Complex Pinocchio Disorder? Please let me know if you do.
And if you are desperate to find out what the criteria are for this disorder, then please watch this short but superb video.