Tuesday, July 10, 2018

The Big Boys - people with vested interest

As I have written in my blog posts a number of times there are people with vested interest who have been opposing my findings with all kinds of excuses. Some are those who have said things quite different to what I have found and are ‘unable’ to make an about turn. But many are lured by monetary gains and therefore stick with what is wrong. Advocates of dyslexia and many who are assisted by Dyslexia Association are prevented from discussing matters with me or accepting what I have found to be true. I have written posts on this in my blog a few years ago.

No educator, scientist, teacher or professor would dare debate with me on kids shutting down from learning to read. 

I believe that this will change when young researchers read my blog and decide to do research on what I have written.

Back in 2010 I had the same opposition when I challenged 'experts' who insisted that kids could not read in English because of Phonological awareness deficit. Researchers have now debunked that theory that lasted more than 35 years.

Now, the big boys have come up with a new excuse for children not being able to read – "98% of struggling readers have vision problem because of poor convergence of eyes. Read my post here:

I am prompted to write the above after reading that US is opposing breast feeding. 

 Based on decades of research, the resolution says that mother’s milk is healthiest for children and countries should strive to limit the inaccurate or misleading marketing of breast milk substitutes.
Then the United States delegation, embracing the interests of infant formula manufacturers, upended (overturned) the deliberations.

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