In light of the recent events surrounding the CDC whistleblower.
Guest post by Bobby Dee
you seen the headlines screaming about the CDC vaccine researcher
leaking documents that show the CDC knew in 2002 that the MMR vaccine
was causing autism 3.36 times more often in African American toddlers
who received it prior to the age of 3?
Yeah, me neither.Welcome to the media black-out.
the event you need to be brought up to speed on the fraud perpetrated
by the CDC on the American people for the past decade, start
and here.Here’s the speedy version:
Dr. Bill Thomspon co-authored the
CDC study of school children in Atlanta
that investigated whether the age at which children were vaccinated with the MMR correlated with an autism diagnosis.The answer, for black children at least, was a resounding yes.Thompson didn’t want to have to present that information to hostile autism parents and
asked for guidance
in what to do.The answer– from another author on the paper–was to make it go away.
How do you make black children in Atlanta disappear from a study?Require their mothers to produce a Georgia birth certificate.41% could not, were kicked out, and the impact of the MMR went right along with them.Dr. Coleen Boyle then sang the praises of the MMR in front of a
congressional committee in April of 2002 and the Atlanta study has been
used countless times to prove that autism is not related to the MMR
Earlier in 2014 Dr. Brian Hooker analyzed the raw data obtained through a Freedom of Information request and published about the
3.36 factor of autism
(236%) increase, although the CDC has already forced the journal to take it down in the name of causing harm to the public.Click that first link fast before PubMed takes it down too.
The CDC responded to the commotion caused
by the iReport on Monday, claiming that the Georgia birth certificate
allowed researchers to view important autism risk factors such as the
mother’ age, mother’s education level (because we all know college
educated mothers don’t have autistic children, right?), child’s
gestational age at birth (always an exact science), and weight when
Well, OK.That’s understandable, right?Underweight babies, premature babies, they’re more prone to become autistic.Except, wait a minute.The objective of the study was to compare ages of vaccination
with the MMR to autism diagnosis, not prematurity, birth weight, or
mom’s academic ambitions.The rest of that information is not even relevant to the objective, so why were they asking for it?Who were they going to eliminate?The college educated mothers or the high school drop-outs?
just say for the sake of argument that knowing if mom only went to
undergrad or continued on to get a master’s degree was crucial
information.Therefore it was imperative that the mothers produce those birth
certificates because God forbid the researchers just asked mothers what
their education level was or how old they were when their child was
Fine.I can buy that.So, this was all going on when?2001-2002?And they were looking at children aged 3 to 5, is that fair to say?So a birth certificate that would have been produced might have been for a child born in 1997?Perfect.Let’s a have look here at a 1997 valid Georgia birth certificate
and scan for the mother’s education level, baby’s birth weight, and
gestational age when born.
Did you find it?
Me neither.You know why?Birth certificates are
and none of that stuff is printed on them.
Yes.Except parents don’t get to keep those applications.
Try again?Maybe they were saying, “We needed the birth certificates in
order to access the database where the information contained on the long
form application for a birth certificate is stored.”
Oh, I get it now.So, not the actual birth certificate because everyone knows those
don’t contain that information, and not the birth certificate
application because those are sent directly to a state’s vital records
office, but it’s the database that we’re talking about.I understand.
Wait, is it this database?The National Vital Statistics System?That’s where the critical autism factor information is that the CDC needed to access?Because– call me crazy–but the CDC owns that system and I’m pretty sure they don’t need no stinking birth certificate to access it.
this all boil down to the CDC deciding, after generating extremely
negative results about the MMR with regard to the African American
community, that they needed the birth certificates to positively ID the
children who were already included in their study so that they could
then access a database that they already own?Because that just sounds crazy.
as crazy as introducing a birth certificate requirement to a study
after it’s already finished and knocking out 41% of the participants,
but not quite.