Ginger Taylor goes off the deep end

13 Feb

Like Wade Rankin, Ginger Taylor used to be someone that you could have a decent conversation with regarding vaccines and autism. Not any more. Increasingly, since she was caught out smearing the wrong man her blogging has become erratic and, well, odd.

Today reaches a new low point in Ginger’s blogging career. She has drawn a map listing the ‘forces’ ranged up against poor old Andy ‘Dr Dreamy’ Wakefield. ‘Look at the energy flow in this thing…’ she intones heavily as she describes how Rupert Murdoch and the US Arms industry are exerting pressure on Andy.

Ginger Taylor has become Richard Nixon – believing that everyone in the modern world is oout to get her, or in this case, her paranoia proxy Andrew Wakefield.

11 Responses to “Ginger Taylor goes off the deep end”

  1. reasonablehank February 13, 2010 at 10:00 #


    Thanks Kev. You’ve just enlightened me about a certain “Ginger” I had met on a facebook vaccines group. This Ginger was making a link between autism and red hair. She was being serious.

    This post and the previous one you linked have explained everything.

  2. Niksmom February 13, 2010 at 13:10 #

    Well worth the read if only for the comment left by I.T. on Tap. Hysterical!

  3. Laurentius Rex February 13, 2010 at 13:52 #

    You know I really have no idea who these people are to start out with.

  4. Sullivan February 13, 2010 at 18:09 #

    That previous post by Ginger Taylor attempting to smear Dr. Tayloe was astounding. When informed that she made a major mistake, she defended herself with a comment like “well, he’s a little less evil, but still evil”.

    No apologies.

    An interesting note is that the suit against Dr. Tayloe Sr. would very likely have been lost by the family were it tried today. The science against the DPT available at the time was seriously flawed. With the understanding now available, the claims of brain injury would be very difficult to substantiate. Not that she would consider that inconvenient fact.

  5. brian February 13, 2010 at 18:16 #

    I think we’ve seen similarly-substantiated diagrams before, like this one:

  6. Sullivan February 13, 2010 at 18:34 #


    why are you giving this more publicity? We are going to have a hard enough time explaining to the rest of the Illuminati how this got out, much less our reptilian overlords.

    (Ginger–my spelling is bad too. Publisher, not publsiher)

  7. Kev February 13, 2010 at 18:38 #

    Good point Sullivan. I shall stand before our squeaky voiced overlords for this 😦

  8. Laurentius Rex February 13, 2010 at 19:43 #

    Come on, too much time is being spent with no hopers, let us instead celebrate some good news.

    Another Study Refutes Vaccination-Autism Link

    I am surprised I am the only one who has picked up on this yet, disinformation travels fast on the wings of our adversaries, let us big this one up a little, our lizard masters demand it 🙂

  9. Prometheus February 13, 2010 at 23:46 #

    Wow! Ginger’s gone all “Full Canvas Jacket” on this one, hasn’t she?

    I think she left a few of the major players off her charts, however. The Masons and the Reptilian Aliens aren’t going to be pleased that they were overlooked.

    Or maybe she realises that any mention of those groups would lead to her being implanted with mind control chips. Cagey of her to hold off on that final level of exposure.

    Seriously, though – I think it’s pretty clear that Ginger and other people who rave about “vast conspiracies” are obviously not rational.


  10. Laurentius Rex February 14, 2010 at 00:09 #

    You know I have actually seen a UFO, I don’t know what it was, because if I did it would not have been a UFO would it? If it were Michael Rennie and Klaatu, or the Martian tripods I would have known that, but it was just a pentagon in the sky in a particular direction that was still there when I looked away and looked back again (internal illusions tend to move in whatever direction you look) with a series of white lights at the corners flashing in succession clockwise. Wierd and disturbing and at Fillongley of all places. Well it remains a puzzle and no more than that.

    I once nearly crapped myself when I saw a silver disc in the sky some long time before that but it turned out to be the Goodyear blimp seen end on 🙂

    Oh yeah mustn’t forget I have met David Icke too. When he was just an ex Coventry City player.

    Now going back to the occasion of that meeting(a civic do) I happened to be wearing a particular esoteric pendant on my watch chain, I am not going to reveal what it was, hele conceal, never reveal and all that, but some distinguished suit came up to me and asked me if I knew what it was. “Yes” I said, “do you”?

    Heck mason spotting is not that difficult when you are in the know 🙂

  11. Joseph February 14, 2010 at 05:13 #

    This is not the low point of Ginger’s blogging career, in my view.

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