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Innate Defender

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LIE # 6 -- "Rondberg and the WCA have caused dissension and division in the profession"

 

In any profession, as in any society, the voicing of opposing opinions should be welcomed rather than stifled. Why is it, in chiropractic, when someone speaks out for subluxation-based chiropractic, he or she is considered to be causing dissension and division? If we can't embrace diversity of opinion, can't we at least tolerate it?

 

Elizabeth Cady Stanton is quoted as saying: "The moment we begin to fear the opinions of others and hesitate to tell the truth that is in us, and from motives of policy are silent when we should speak, the divine floods of light and life no longer flow into our souls."

 

Is that what's happening in chiropractic? When chiropractors declare support for traditional, non-medical chiropractic, critics go on the attack. Suddenly, those doctors are "chirovangelists," "evil vendors," "ideologues" or worse (often, much much worse).

 

Despite a few lapses, I have used tremendous restraint through the years and have tried to avoid ad hominem attacks on others, and have tried to document the truth of my statements. If you read my writings carefully (keeping an open mind) you'll see that although I often criticize other organizations for actions they take or positions they hold, I try to promote a "live and let live" attitude.

 

In fact, that was the basis upon which the World Chiropractic Alliance was founded. Of course, many opponents preferred the "we live ... you die" approach and immediately tried to destroy the WCA as well as every other enterprise I've ever been involved in. Still, how many times have I delineated the positions of the WCA and ACA and told doctors that if they shared the vision of the ACA (as stated in its own words), they should join the ACA. If they agreed with the WCA, they should join the WCA.

 

Its always been that simple. No dissension. No division. Simply giving doctors options to choose or reject.

 

The only people who see something wrong with this are those who want to impose their own opinions on the profession and who see any kind of disagreement as a threat to their place of power and influence.

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Innate Defender wrote:

LIE # 6 -- "Rondberg and the WCA have caused dissension and division in the profession"


Response from JCS:
TR, how many quotes do I need to convince you that everyone considers you and your phony WCA an obstructionist group of evil vendors?
Again, there is no such thing as the WCA--no real members, no board members since they've all quit, no meetings, no elections and no substance. The WCA is simply a figment in your imagination.

In any profession, as in any society, the voicing of opposing opinions should be welcomed rather than stifled. Why is it, in chiropractic, when someone speaks out for subluxation-based chiropractic, he or she is considered to be causing dissension and division? If we can't embrace diversity of opinion, can't we at least tolerate it?


Response from JCS:
The WCA doesn't represent "sub-based chiropracTIC" as TR wants all to think--it is simply his ruse to rally support from naive DCs who don't understand his evil intentions.  This makes as much sense now as George Dubya Bush telling all his still represnts "fiscal conservatism" in this day of govt takeover of banks and the highest deficit in the history of the USA.

Elizabeth Cady Stanton is quoted as saying: "The moment we begin to fear the opinions of others and hesitate to tell the truth that is in us, and from motives of policy are silent when we should speak, the divine floods of light and life no longer flow into our souls."


Response from JCS:
If TR is so well intention, why has he refused to debate me and other DCs in the public arena? He can lie to his few WCA supporters, whoever they are since no one knows, but he can't lie to the profession that has watched his machinations for nearly 20 years now.

Is that what's happening in chiropractic? When chiropractors declare support for traditional, non-medical chiropractic, critics go on the attack. Suddenly, those doctors are "chirovangelists," "evil vendors," "ideologues" or worse (often, much much worse).


Response from JCS:
No one is attacking legitimate straights in the ICA or at Sherman, PCC or Cleveland. But straights and mixers are attacking TR and the WCA as a sham organization, including Gerry Clum, the past prez of the WFC, the real international chiro org.

The fact is the WCA is a sham org. If TR disagrees, then open up your books and show us the numbers of members, fees, and more so, the actual efforts the WCA does to promote chiropractic, not TR and his business interests.

Despite a few lapses, I have used tremendous restraint through the years and have tried to avoid ad hominem attacks on others, and have tried to document the truth of my statements. If you read my writings carefully (keeping an open mind) you'll see that although I often criticize other organizations for actions they take or positions they hold, I try to promote a "live and let live" attitude.


Response from JCS:
Oh my god! This above paragraph clearly illustrates TR's maddness. His rag is the single largest source of yellow journalism this profession has ever seen--it puts Big $id Williams' Today's Chiropractic to shame. Only Don Harrison has used his own newspaper for similar slanderous use to distort reality and to embarrass opposition w/o the chance of rebuttal.

In fact, that was the basis upon which the World Chiropractic Alliance was founded. Of course, many opponents preferred the "we live ... you die" approach and immediately tried to destroy the WCA as well as every other enterprise I've ever been involved in. Still, how many times have I delineated the positions of the WCA and ACA and told doctors that if they shared the vision of the ACA (as stated in its own words), they should join the ACA. If they agreed with the WCA, they should join the WCA.

Its always been that simple. No dissension. No division. Simply giving doctors options to choose or reject.


Response from JCS:
Okay, then, how many have chosen to join the WCA? Stop talking and show us your books, TR. I daresay the last count I recall had the WCA at approximately 240 members, which represents only 0.0004% of the total DC population. If that is still accurate, altho I think it's drop substantially, that means the profession has rejected the WCA emphatically. So, TR, isn't it time you admitted defeat and leave the profession to the real shakers and movers in the ACA, ACC, WFC, etc?

The only people who see something wrong with this are those who want to impose their own opinions on the profession and who see any kind of disagreement as a threat to their place of power and influence.

Response from JCS:
Here he goes again revealing his own delusion. TR has been the one who has imposed his opinon on this profession thru his yellow rag and phony WCA. He has unprofessionally attacked any and all opponents w/o the chance of rebuttal, he has distorted the truth of nearly every issue, and he has misrepresented himself to legislators and the media. Indeed, TR is the one who is most aware that the truth is a "threat to his place of power and influence," and these latest "sincere messages" are clear examples of that, ya folla?





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