CDC Caught Falsifying Data, Hiding Link between Autism and MMR Vaccine

November 13, 2014 at 1:14 am Leave a comment

“A researcher with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has admitted that he and fellow researchers falsified data in order to hide the fact that the measle-mumps-Rubella (MMR) vaccine increases the rates of autism spectrum disorder in black children by 340 percent when administered before age 36 months.

News of the whistle blower broke on the Age of Autism website. The whistleblower was later identified as William Thompson, PhD., one of the authors of the 2004 De Stefano study, which is accused of hiding the link between the MMR vaccine and autism.

The whistleblower helped Dr. Brian Hooker of the Focus Autism Foundation in response to a Freedom of Information Act request and led him to information on the data manipulation by the CDC. The results of Hooker’s study were published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal Translational Neurodegeneration on Aug. 8.” Reprinted from the Bob Livingston Newsletter:

A great deal of discernment is required in these times. Firstly, ask what interest someone might have in pushing any particular idea on you. Are they going to make money out of insuring that you don’t research? Secondly, what is truly scientific? Not what is conventional, not what some professional or profession says. What is in peer reviewed, scientific journals is what we today consider scientific. It is true that there is some reticence, even in that crowd to accept new findings, but that is the bar to which someone unfamiliar with any particular discipline, must use. Thirdly, ask what risk you take going either way. Risking worldly reputation or life for Truth might be okay, but risking your child’s safety for being well thought of or popular might not be worth it.

While the connection between autism and vaccines has been controversial for many years, the contents of many peer reviewed scientific journals continued to point to a connection between toxicity and autism. Vaccines are one source of toxicity. Further, we had abundant anecdotal evidence that children developed severe symptoms immediately after undergoing injections. The response to researchers was persecution, obviously by big pharma, but most worryingly common everyday mothers and teachers piled on, persecuting researchers, and spouting conventional wisdom when they did not know what they were talking about.

Listen closely to people. Are they trying to help you? Serving you with superior information that they can cite? Because they are eggheads and loving? Or, by contrast, are the pressing their haughtiness upon you because they have some position, supported by your dollars, and very much need to keep that hierarchical arrangement going.

Be wise. Have discernment. Do your own research, where possible. When not possible, rely on professionals who do – not just on professionals who look the sharpest, are themselves hypnotized by the forces in their profession, which in turn are hypnotized and hypnotize based on filthy lucre.

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