[Midgley is a semi-anonymous Allopathic gatekeeper who seems to spend most of his time on medical politics--in other words: suppressing the truth, alternative medicine, and any criticism of Allopathy, on Wikipedia.  He is a master of the spurious reason for deleting pages, text, and links he doesn't like. A fine example, right before your eyes, of the 100 year Allopathic suppression of non-pharma medicine & health/disease knowledge.]

User:Leifern/Accusations by Midgley

Deleting text
Here on the page he created called  anti-vaccinationists, he deleted 4 quotes by anti vax people [ref]. Even after he had put a reply to each one. 

Harassment of alt med editors using RFCs
One way  Midgley can get at non-Allopathic editors (outnumbered 20 to 1) is to creat RFCs (ref, ref).  Then numerous medical people come in vote against.

Link deletion excuse.  Even though whale has the orginal books on line [See: Smallpox vax books] Midgley is using spurious reasons to delete links to those books.
"(the World Wide Web was invented in 1993. An 1883 document is therefore not original upon it. Reading WP:RS really would be worthwhile.)" [ref]
You can

Assemblage Point [46], Peter Fletcher [47]  Richard Shulze [ref]

Deletion attempts
Boyd Hayley [ref] Robert Mendelsohn [ref], Autism epidemic [Deletion page]

Making out vaccine critics are cranks/insane ['Anti-vaccine is a pejorative term.]
 This vaccinator created the
Anti-vaccinationist page on Wikipedia so he could control that page and also make out anti-vaccine people are cranks (the term, like cranks, is pejorative), which he demonstrated by linking the page to the crank page [ref]  [ref].  Anti-vaccinists is a term that fell out of use for this reason.  Now he is attempting to delete by merger  Beddow Bayly, Viera Scheibner, National Anti-Vaccination League, into this page. So you can see this page National Anti-Vaccination League vanish into this piece.  

Bear in mind they DELETED a very similar page called Vaccine critics [13] which, get this, is now directed to his Anti-vaccine page! Check it out Vaccination critics!!

You can see his thinking: I write as someone who treats a small number of psychotic patients, and therefore might come from someone psychotic or a group simulating psychosis for their own amusement. (John's writing is not very closely similar, one may have an idée fixée without being mad even in a lay sense)).[ref] [ref]  Psychotic is Allopathic for forbidden thinking/beliefs [See: Terminology]

Please also see here (emphasis added) the use of "anti-vaccinationist" as a pejorative term "For your work against quacks, viz. anti-vaccinationists and others, I award you this picture of Sir William Osler and three colleagues!" [[10]]

The Spurious reasons.

Richard Schulze (naturopath) [deletion ref]. [Richard Shulze is one of the best Natural Healers. See Dr Richard Shulze]
Delete unless verified - it has had a verify tag and comments on it since January, and no action has occurred, and it is now high in the Google ranking for this subject. Midgley 13:41, 3 April 2006 (UTC)

Autism epidemic   Deletion page [There is one but they still deny it due to the vaccine cause.]
This article has a name which gives a clue to its troubles. If it had been called "Autism (Incidence)" or "Autism (Incidence and reporting)" then it could have been a discussion on a sub-topic of Autism. As it is, it is a brawl, hath little of structure or consensus and is not - looking at the long history in the talk page - getting better over time. There is actually a topic worth writing an article about, but that isn't the topic and this isn't the article, and it never will become that from here. Delete, and start from scratch, and get someone to volunteer to write it who is noted for NPOV, before the rest of the editing process gets going. Midgley 22:49, 5 April 2006 (UTC)

Boyd Hayley  Deletion page. [Most notable independent scientist on thimerosal, the vaccine ingredient.  See here.]
Another not-a-biography page with disreputable references, toxic hyperbole, buzz phrases "50% Mercury by weight". It is Thimerosal controversy being re-written along with conspiracy theorising, Gulf War syndrome and WP:OWN by the usual author, Ombudsman. An academic Chemist with not a single published paper referred to in the article. Not notable, at least, on nothing like this basis. Not WP:BIO Not good." 'Speedy DELETE Midgley 00:56, 11 March 2006 (UTC)

Robert S. Mendelsohn [Deletion page. Most notable anti-vaccine medical doctor of 20 century. See here.]
This is not a useful page about an interesting person. The authors are mainly noted for efforts to present poorly reasoned attacks on vaccination in a wide and inappropriate variety of articles. The Quackwatch commentary linked from the page is informative."--Midgley 01:37, 22 January 2006 (UTC)

Assemblage_point  [Deletion page. See here.]
"Delete This has the appearance of an advertisment. The names seem too close to be coincidental, and the site link and book link seem likely to be closely related to the author's benefit. The coloured light stuff is quackery, but that of itself is not suggested to be the reason for deletion." Midgley 02:43, 1 March 2006 (UTC)

Peter_Fletcher  Deletion page. [Rare ex-government critic of MMR vaccine]
"POV non WP:BIO. Not encyclopaedic. There are very very many retired civil service doctors in England and the only thing adduced about him is that he was to have been one witness in a trial which will not occur since the legal aid board determined it had no chance at all of success. Basically this is yet another attack page on immunisation presented as a biography - possibly we should decide that these are speedy delete candidates. DELETE." Midgley 10:27, 7 March 2006 (UTC)

Keep - this is just another attempt by Midgley to remove information that is inconvenient for his opinion. Midgley has been on Wikipedia a short time, but has a consistent record of personal attacks, borderline vandalism, malicious sockpuppetry and impersonation. --Leifern 13:05, 12 March 2006 (UTC)

William_Job_Collins [Deletion page. Notable anti-vaccine medical man. See.]
"nn (there are currently 100 000 doctors practicing in the UK of whom more could be gleaned from The Medical Register than is here - "he was a doctor who worked with two other doctors, and did not use a particular treatment. His father also was a doctor and did not use that treatment". The links are to a clonelet of the author's whale.to website which has been determined by RFC to be not WP:RS - the site in question was established after whale.to ceased getting links from WP. This is one of many nn articles generally lacking in interest and WP:V and by User:Whaleto in pursuit of his WP:SOAPBOX WP:VSCA."   Midgley 09:07, 5 April 2006 (UTC)

Alan Cantwell. [One of the main bogey men to Allopathy, see Cantwell, M.D.]
Midgley is behind this one.

Assorted text and link deletions
Removing text re measles [57] Deleting whale.to link [58]


Here he has removed thimerosal info [61]

Another editor taking exception to be labelled anti-vaccine [62]

Midgley 3 hrs [49]

Spurious reason for deleting Nexus article: [50] 1 minute reader reason for deleting National Anti Vaccine League! [51]

Deletion 'by merger' attempts
He tried to delete the main medical anti-vaccinator of the last century Robert Mendelsohn [59], Now he is attempting to delete by merger Beddow Bayly, Viera Scheibner, National Anti-Vaccination League, into a page he created with his POV Anti-vaccinationists.

What you wrote in my user discussion page violated WP. I trust that you will not do so again in the future. And I expect no "Invisible Anon" vandalism. Thank you.
Incorrect. User:jgwlaw, but take it to RFC if you won't take advice. Midgley 04:23, 4 April 2006 (UTC)
Is that a threat? Are you a self-proclaimed guardian of Wikopedia? Your "advice" was insulting and incorrect.
Further, you may not like what I and others have written on Breast Implants, but what we have stated is correct. Both I and the other author have either epidemiology or scientific background. What we have stated is not what it appears you like to call "pseudo science", unless you call anything you disagree with Pseudo-science.

See user page. Signing comments is not regarded as optional. Midgley 07:55, 4 April 2006 (UTC)

Fine. I intended to sign. I will sign this. Jgwlaw 12:36, 4 April 2006 (UTC) And you need to know that I will not toleate your following me around with insults. Jgwlaw 12:36, 4 April 2006 (UTC)