Dr. Andrew Wakefield Says Kennedy’s Censorship Appears Hypocritical


By Jake Crosby

The removal of chapters and sections from Robert F. Kennedy Jr.‘s book “Thimerosal: Let the Science Speak” is “very disappointing” according to Dr. Andrew Wakefield, who said: “Why name a book ‘Thimerosal: Let the Science Speak’ and then censor the science? It appears both misleading and hypocritical. The other side breaks all the rules, and too many people on our own side go out of their way to appease them. Why? You’re not going to appease your critics; they’ll attack you regardless.”

What Dr. Wakefield said of appeasement is confirmed by the hostile media response to Kennedy’s book from the vaccine industry, which is indifferent to his censorship.

Meanwhile, Age of Autism continues its unrelenting support of Kennedy, proclaiming on the day of his book debut that, “There is not a bigger name in American environmental causes doing anything like this.”

Or a bigger hypocrite.

Jake Crosby is editor of Autism Investigated. He is a 2011 graduate of Brandeis University with a Bachelor of Arts in both History and Health: Science, Society and Policy and a 2013 graduate of The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services with a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology. He currently attends the University of Texas School of Public Health where he is studying for a Ph.D. in Epidemiology.

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76 Thoughts on “Dr. Andrew Wakefield Says Kennedy’s Censorship Appears Hypocritical

  1. Rebecca Fisher on August 6, 2014 at 8:15 am said:

    When did Andrew Wakefield jump on the thimerosal bandwagon? His hypothesis was that MMR caused autism. Nothing to do with thimerosal.

    • That’s how he got involved initially, though he clearly recognizes now that the problem is bigger than just that. Plus, I saw a video somewhere of Brian Deer claiming Dr. Wakefield’s paper led to suspicions of thimerosal.

      Anyway, Dr. Wakefield’s criticism is a more general one. Indeed, a book title containing the words “Let the Science Speak” is not letting the science speak when the author decides to chop whole chapters and sections of science from the book for being “too combustible.”

  2. White Rose on August 6, 2014 at 2:22 pm said:

    Rubbish Rebecca ,

    Themiserol (or aluminium) primes the microglial , then the MMR causes the anaphylaxis (ie autism.)
    Or combinations in any order thereof .

    I have evidence the original MMR insert admitted Autism as a known side effect (this was later removed).

    Please keep all your vaccines fully up to date R. , for you and your entire family .
    Flu season is coming – flu is deadly – kills tens of thousands every year . Make sure you take the vaccine annually please .

  3. White Rose on August 6, 2014 at 2:50 pm said:

    Where is the vaccinated versus unvaccinated study ?
    It is all we ever asked for ? (& using pariah states like Denmark & Thoresen are not acceptable) .

    A “vaccinated versus unvaccinated study” conducted by Boyd Hayley is all I will accept .
    Or Russell Blaylock , or Brian Hooker .

    In the meantime my advice to you , is to vaccinate away .

    • NIH is due to release the results of one sometime this summer according to SafeMinds, which already anticipates the study will be done badly.

      To think that last year, SafeMinds asked Congress to pass a bill mandating the NIH do such a study. That bill’s purpose has clearly been defeated, but why bother asking in the first place when you know all you would get is more federal research fraud anyway?

  4. Sam Hall on August 6, 2014 at 2:55 pm said:

    The point here is that RFK has done a U-turn. The autism community can see that very clearly. Your attempt to muddy the waters is very transparent Rebecca. But there is consensus here about the cause of autism, clearly something you fear the most.

    In 2009 RFK was totally committed and clear about the cause of autism. He centered on Thimerosal but clearly pointed at the vaccine schedule as a whole. He was clear that the government knew and still knows and spoke about the Simpsonwood meeting and had transcripts.


    What has caused him to censor his point of view. That’s what is being discussed.

    • It’s an obvious distraction from the fact that Dr. Wakefield’s criticism was a general critique of Kennedy misrepresenting his book as letting the science “speak” while chopping out much of the science.

  5. Rebecca Fisher on August 6, 2014 at 3:39 pm said:

    @White Rose: So the MMR causes the autism after the thimerosal has primed the body. I see.

    How does that work then, given that MMR has never contained thimerosal?

  6. Lawrence on August 6, 2014 at 7:08 pm said:

    @whiterose – so, you’ll only accept a study done by people who have a vested (financial) interest in proving a link between vaccines and autism?

  7. sam hall on August 6, 2014 at 9:02 pm said:

    The watchers Rebecca and Lawrence – why would you even bother discussing this stuff if you are on solid ground. Clearly a salaried position helps focus the mind. Thing is I am not getting paid which makes me ultimately more committed than you !

    Your attempt at taking the discussion into rat holes is better placed on HuffPo or AOA for that matter.

    We know the science, we know the history, we know the government knows – Thimerosal was and still is a causative factor in Autism. It is not the only one – At Simpsonwood (2002) the government already discussed Aluminium. There are many other issues with vaccines and their efficacy, Merk are currently in the courts over falsifying data on the Mumps Vaccine, Court cases have been won finding MMR did cause Autism and not just Hannah Poling, There are court cases in Spain currently, one major one and three others lined up after that against Gardasil/Cervarix. It is not long before you guys will be swimming against the tide.


    The refusal rate of vaccines is increasing as people become more educated and more informed.

    Trying to continually create a haze around the facts is a great strategy that worked for you for years but the numbers are coming at you now. In fact I believe the most startling latest research from MIT says that by 2025 half of all US children will be autistic. Hmmm I don’t want to be writing ‘your’ blogs in 2025 !


  8. Barry on August 7, 2014 at 2:47 am said:

    According to Dr Mayer Eisenstein, of Illinois’s Homefirst Medical services:

    “40 years ago when I started my practice only 1 in 10,000 children had autism. Today it’s 1 in 100. What is the only difference we have seen? The inordinate number of vaccines that are being given to children today. My partners and I have over 35,000 patients who have never been vaccinated. You know how many cases of autism we have seen? ZERO, ZERO. I have made this statement for over 40 years: “NO VACCINES NO AUTISM”.

    The vax vs COMPLETELY un-vaxed study has already been done, by people who have no vested interest whatsoever.

    No vaccines =no autism.

    It really is that simple. And all this manufactured drama over thimerosal, is just an elaborate side show to keep us all distracted from that cold,hard fact.

    • Rebecca Fisher on August 8, 2014 at 7:27 am said:

      Hi Barry,

      This Mayer Eisenstein?


      Yes, he sounds like a jolly decent, trustworthy chap to be getting information on vaccines from. With absolutely no vested financial interests either! Gosh!

      • Never mind that that piece was written by pharma PR agent Trine Tsouderos.

        • Rebecca Fisher on August 10, 2014 at 9:31 am said:

          Ah – I see. Shooting the messenger rather than refuting the allegations. Would you care to point out which allegations and statements are factually incorrect Jake?

          • It’s just hypocritical for this “journalist” to accuse a doctor of behaving unethical professionally only to then quit journalism and become a PR agent for the very clients she defended as a “journalist.”

            • Did Tsouderos uncover people in Eisenstein’s practice whose unvaccinated children have autism? I would think those people would have been contacting her, leading to a follow-up article.

              That’s the question.

              • Her hit-piece aimed to dig up every potentially negative piece of information about Dr. Eisenstein to portray him in the worst possible way, yet in spite of all that she couldn’t refute his basic observation of patients in his own practice.

                Talk about shooting the messenger…

                • To the person who submitted a response to my above comment:

                  Please rephrase your comment so that it is not libelous of Dr. Eisenstein; what you accuse him of doing is not what he’s even accused of in Tsouderos’ hit-piece.

                  Thank you.

                  • I don’t see anything defamatory.

                    But you have my permission to delete whatever you can’t live with, if it’s just one thing. This is your house, after all.

                    Thanks for the heads-up. Much appreciated.

                • Yeah, really. Obstetrics is the specialty with the highest (or close to the highest) insurance premiums. Obstetricians get sued a lot.

                  Did Tsouderos mention that Eisenstein claims that Homefirst’s extremely low rate of asthma (measured by hospital and emergency room visits) has been noticed by Blue Cross? You’d think her readers would be interested in whether or not this is true.

          • Lielady, R.N. BS on August 12, 2014 at 4:17 pm said:

            You mean like you did in your response to Barry? Pot, Kettle, Black much?

            • Rebecca Fisher on August 13, 2014 at 7:05 am said:

              No. You clearly didn’t read the link. Mayer Eisenstein has been found guilty of malpractice, been insolvent, sued (and forced to pay up) for fraud and has lied about qualifications. Those are the reasons I find him untrustworthy. The article is very detailed, and I notice Eisenstein hasn’t sued or claimed it’s defamatory.

              Jake is simply attacking Trine Tsouderos because *after she co-wrote that article* she changed her job and went to work for someone that Jake doesn’t like.

              Note he’s only attacked one of the co-authors. He doesn’t have much to say about Patricia Callahan.

              • Patricia Callahan was enrolled in a business journalism contest that was being judged by the editor of Trine Tsouderos’ self-help guru hubby. That same editor lectured to PR firms on “Strengthening Relationships with the Media” at the same PR firm for pharma clients that would hire Tsouderos from the Trib the following year. I had actually written about it before I was kicked out of AoA.

      • So you think I should just ignore these facts from Dr. Eisenstein? Because some internet troll has directed me to a pseudo journalistic hit piece from the Chicago Tribune ?? Yeah, right.

        The fundamental point that you don’t seem to understand, is that I know vaccines cause autism. And I knew it long before I discovered these facts that have been presented by Dr. Eisenstein. Like countless thousands of other parents, I had a front row seat to the vaccine poisoning of my perfectly healthy child. And I live everyday with the horrible reality of how those injuries have decimated both his life and mine.

        Although I’m thoroughly disgusted by what people like you…..do, I’m not the least bit surprised when I see you attacking the character of people like Dr. Eisenstein. Because lets be honest, he’s backed by the truth of over 35,000 completely unvaccinated children, who have completely avoided autism.

        And character assasination … well, thats ‘s all you got.

  9. sam hall on August 8, 2014 at 7:38 am said:

    Could not agree more Barry.

    It is becoming so obvious that the other side are investing heavily in smoke screen tactics aided by the likes of AOA in my opinion. There are a core of parents and those affected who realise this and are able to almost predict the next move.

    Thanks to AI for confirming much of what I thought and staying on top of the news.

  10. White Rose on August 8, 2014 at 7:59 am said:

    Lawrence , Rebecca
    Who is paying you guys ? CDC \ US Navy ? That info would go a long way to understanding this holocaust !
    I’m a volunteer parent warrior – not a mercenary .
    Autism is a cumulative vaccine poisoning !

    Please tell us all here your own personal vaccine uptake history ? Tell us about yourselves ?

    Where is Poul Thoresen ? All these questions you will likely ignore (too difficult to answer for you)

  11. Sam Hall on August 8, 2014 at 10:12 pm said:

    Lawrence rebecca- are you the same person !

    Regardless, could you address the questions from White Rose.

    What is your personal vaccine history ?

    Why are you writing here, what is your motivation ?

  12. Larry on August 9, 2014 at 6:10 pm said:

    @Sam – I believe Jake can confirm that neither Rebecca nor I are the same person (i.e. our IP Addresses are logged by the blog).

    @WhiteRose – why the US Navy? Do you have something against the “Men in Blue?”

    You’ll be sadly disappointed. I’m not employed by the government or any organization related to Vaccines, or any part of the Medical Field for that matter. Jake has more connections in that area than I ever will – in fact, his family is more closely related (business-wise) to supposed autism-related chemicals and organizations than I am.

    Has Jake ever come clean regarding his own connections?

    • Wrong – even with two different IPs, you could still both be the same person. That said, I think you are different people.

      Whatever it is you may be referring to has absolutely nothing to do with my role in this issue or with Autism Investigated.

      • Lawrence on August 9, 2014 at 10:17 pm said:

        @jake – that your family has ties to the Pesticide industry has nothing to do with what you do?

        You’ve smeared people for less, and the evidence of you doing so is all over the Internet….what is good for the goose is good for the gander, right?

        Admit it, isn’t your focus on Thimerisol merely a front to divert attention away from the potential for pesticides to be related to the onset of autism?

        • Actually, I do think pesticides contribute to ASDs.

        • As stated above, Homefirst Medical Services has over 35,000 completely unvaccinated patients, going back over 40 years, who have completely avoided autism.

          However, they would definitely have been exposed to same level of pesticides as the rest of the population. And yet still no autism.

          There’s no way that pesticides have had anything whatsoever to do with the onset of the autism epidemic.

          • It should also be pointed out that CDC’s EIS officer concluded thimerosal causes autism in email to colleagues after running the numbers repeatedly, which is contrary to what CDC routinely tells the public.

            There is evidence pesticides cause autism, but not that kind of evidence.

  13. @Jake – excellent, but I believe your own bias (your family involvement with Pesticide companies) obviously colors everything you do.

  14. White Rose on August 10, 2014 at 11:45 am said:

    Stanley Plotkin cfmd the CDC was a US navy spin off and the ties still exist . The CDC is all things vaccine and still has those military ties , that is what concerns me & I don’t like a military organisation in charge of healthcare . I think that is fair – no doubt you will disagree . No need for you to respond to this pls – just answer this :

    Larry , so you admit you are employed to write here – who pays you to ? one simple direct question .

  15. @WhiteRose – I am employed, that’s all I said. The work that pays me has nothing to do with the medical industry, vaccines, etc – its merely a job that I enjoy doing.

    As to what I write here, it is done on my own time, for my own reasons – mostly just to point out how reality-challenged people like you are…I mean, you are a walking – talking Internet Godwin who believes that vaccines are so global conspiracy to depopulate the planet….who could resist pointing out the absurdity of your position?

    Using Jake’s own standards – his family connections to the pesticide industry hopelessly compromise him & it is obvious that his push regarding vaccines is merely a cover for his family. That’s the way Jake does it – so why is it wrong?

    • Well, first of all I believe pesticides cause autism as I’ve stated earlier.

      Moreover, if I was a pesticide manufacturer I still wouldn’t want vaccines to be implicated for fear that pesticides would shortly follow. As long as the federal government is concealing its own role in the autism epidemic, don’t expect the feds to point fingers at anybody else including the pesticide lobby.

      • @Jake – except that you’ve gotten a reputation for smearing individuals for even the most tangential or tenuous connection to organizations or industries that you don’t like…..so pointing the finger back at you, to have you stand up and admit that your family has ties to the very industries that some claim to be at the center or very much related to the causation of autism, fits your own criteria that you are hopelessly bias and unreliable (or at minimum, hopelessly tainted).

        • “smearing individuals for even the most tangential or tenuous connection” – Well, that’s your biased opinion, Larry.

          Also, I happen to believe this to be true of pesticides: “very much related to the causation of autism” I also believe that as long as the federal government continues to cover up its own role in causing autism, the feds will not go after other contributors such as pesticides.

          So your whole point is moot.

          • Doesn’t matter what you say anymore Jake – you have confirmed ties to an industry that some claim is responsible for a connection to autism, therefore you are hopelessly biased and tainted…..

            • Well I am part of that “some,” so your analogy falls flat on its face.

              • @Jake – then I look forward to your exposé detailing your own family’s involvement in the Pesticide industry & your efforts to get them to renounce their participation in it.

                • Isn’t it just enough to say that I think pesticides cause autism? If you’ve actually paid attention to the familial connections I’ve uncovered, you’d see the common theme has already been their potential impact on the objectivity of the person I have written about.

                  Since I believe pesticides cause autism as I’ve said before, whatever ties a relative of mine may have had to a company that produces pesticides clearly do not taint my position.

                  • @Jake – yes, but what are you DOING about it? It doesn’t bother you that your family has been and is involved in one of the industries that you purport to be causing autism?

                    • I’m showing that whatever tie someone else has does not impact me, and it doesn’t. That’s all I can do – I cannot control the actions of other people.

                      Anyway, who says the involvement you speak of is even still current?

    • So if I understand you Larry, you don’t actually work for the medical industry in any way. You’re just so devoted to the products they sell, that you come here on their behalf, on your own free time, to do battle with the parents of vaccine injured children.

      I struggle to understand why anyone would want to do that, but I can only assume that something must have really convinced you that vaccines are safe and effective.

      Can you you show me the scientific proof that so convinced you that vaccines are safe and effective? And explain why you consider that proof to be so irrefutable?

      • @Barry – I am devoted to doing my part to protect public health. As to “doing battle,” I am merely pointing out errors in fact and methodology – that someone can look at the same evidence that you do & come to vastly different conclusions – that vaccines are safe and effective, that side-effects do occur, but they happen very rarely & are very rarely serious, that the VICP is an effective tool for compensation for those rare individuals who do suffer a vaccine-induced side effect (though the standards of evidence are extremely low – one only needs to show biological plausibility – not actual causation).

        People like WhiteRose bother me, because this person actually believes that Vaccines are a genocidal tool…which creates an atmosphere where people devoted to public health could potentially get injured, or like Polio workers in Pakistan or Nigeria, actually killed – doing nothing more than attempting to help eliminate disease.

        And people like Jake bother me, for no other reason, than they can’t accept that individuals may disagree with them – instead, he attempts to find any and all reasons (no matter how tenuous a connection might be – or he might just make giant leaps of inference) that they are being paid to say what they say.

        He’s going to have to accept the fact that people will disagree with him & hold contrary opinions – and it isn’t because they are getting paid – its just because he’s wrong.

        • I asked you to produce produce scientific proof that vaccines are safe and effective , with an explanation of what makes that proof so irrefutable.

          And as I expected, you produced neither.

          I’m the least surprised by that Larry. But please, spare me the “Troll handbook speech” next time.

      • Sam Hall on August 11, 2014 at 2:24 pm said:

        To add to Barry’s questions ;

        Larry what is the exact nature of your employment ?
        You surely are not compromised by sharing that ?

        You are attacking people on here for sharing their extremely well researched facts and for sharing their personal stories but casting doubt on their validity. So it would not hurt to share some of your personal story ?

        What on earth motivates someone to come on here and attack parents of injured children ?

  16. White Rose on August 11, 2014 at 3:27 pm said:

    Larry I believe autism can be brought about via several different routes .
    I’ve seen glyphosphate in action with japanese knotweed so yes pesticides (like zyklonB) clearly have the ability to do immense harm .
    But whoever is paying you to come here is wasting their time , this is a vaccine driven holocaust .
    The names in the frame goes right to the very top ! eg Hillary Clinton for instance , William Gates and so on.

    Giving you fair warning on this Larry – its prosecutions of all involved we are looking for .
    Compensation just wont cut it .
    Make sure you get the seasonal flu jab this year Larry . and every year .

    • @WhiteRose – that rant of yours just underlines why ordinary people need to stand up and point out the absurdity of your statements. Reasoning like yours has been responsible for the death of numerous health works overseas…

  17. I get the feeling that this whole “somebody in Jake’s family has something to do with pesticides” is intended as a distraction because it’s so irrational. Jake’s stated suspicion that pesticides are implicated in autism qualifies as a statement against interest. And, of course, just for the record and all, ethylmercury has been used in pesticides.

    • @Carol – information has been posted elsewhere that details the connections that Jake’s family has to the pesticide industry (particularly in Public Relations).

      I point that out, because it is hypocritical for Jake to use “6 Degrees of Separation” tactics to attempt to smear and taint the opinions of others when he, himself, has more direct (and substantive) COIs than any that he has “uncovered” about anyone else.

  18. White Rose on August 12, 2014 at 4:22 pm said:

    Lawrence is it true that the CDC on its own website admitted administering a carcinogen to 100 + million americans via the polio vaccine ? sv40
    I understand that this type of cancer is heritable , passed from generation to generation .
    What are your views on the Maurice Hilleman recording ? particularly his Aids references .
    Is it true a 12 year old girl (a child) has just dropped down dead in Wisconsin after the Gardasil vaccine in the last day or so ? A vaccine that is entirely a fraud and worthless (Diane Harper & Bernard D’Albergue).
    Vaccines are very unsafe & they are very defective . I say they are a fraud .
    Monsanto & glyphosphate are our natural enemy every bit as much as vaccines .(Stephanie Seneff MIT)
    And many on here want our protests to be modelled on the highly successful anti-monsanto international model . I understand Bill Gates is a very large shareholder in Monsanto , no surprise if that is true .
    Gavi murdered up to 1000 children in Chad in 2013 with an experimental meningitis C vaccine .
    Gavi maimed 49000 children with the polio vaccine NPAFP . no wonder Gates is going around trying to gag (& bribe) the press these days (which I’m sure they are agreeing to everytime). What does Bill say to Melinda ?
    The republic of chile is trying to ban themiserol in all vaccines at the government level .
    There is a class action against Gardasil in France I understand by a large group of parents .
    Next thing you’ll be telling me flouridated water is good for you (gives u great teeth) .
    And then there is the Vaccine Autism movement who although infilitrated is braver then ever before.
    there are a lot of balls in the air right now for the Pharma Harma .

    When you go to collect this weeks pay packet , say hello to the Blaxman for me pls . Do let us know if you see anymore AoA people over there ?

  19. Grace Green on August 13, 2014 at 9:57 am said:

    The courage and eloquence of those on this website who are standing up to these governments/pharma-paid trolls, especially given that most are already living with watching their own children suffering from vaccine damage, is truly humbling. I suspect that RFK has been threatened with serious consequences to silence him, and that he’s not the only one. I and my family have suffered decades of harassment and persecution by the UK government because of having Aspergers, ME, and other autoimmune conditions. I only recently discovered why.
    My father was a pharmacologist who as a post-doc researcher in the 1940s worked for Borrough’s Wellcome on vaccinations. Although I disagreed with him about allopathic medicine I knew him to be a man of integrity whose wish was to relieve people’s suffering. It has recently been revealed that in the 1930s to the 60s BW were testing vaccines on orphaned children in Ireland. I am sure my father would have disapproved of this, and he did leave the company by 1948 to become a university lecturer. If he was a whistleblower, and he and his family all suffered from mercury poisoning, that would explain the covert violence weve experienced ever since.
    As for the accusation that Jake has a COI because of alleged interests of his family, this is nonsense. There is no connection.
    I would like to ask Larry et al: Given that ALL of the mainstream media are vociferously pro-vaccine why do you feel the necessity to spend hours and hours arguing with private individuals who have a personal experience to witness to? Anyone reading your comments will see through them to a clear financial motive.

  20. sam hall on August 13, 2014 at 3:31 pm said:

    The absurdity is this story about Bill Gates work in India again this week.


    Absurd is this activity funded by Bill Gates – His father was a avid eugenicist – I wonder if that’s heredity ?

    Seth Kalichman of the University of Connecticut in the U.S. will establish an internet-based global monitoring and rapid alert system for finding, analyzing, and counteracting misinformation communication campaigns regarding vaccines to support global immunization efforts.


    One of the saddest pieces of Gates Foundation destruction was in Gouro Chad.


    THIS IS ABSURD – you will have to agree with me Larry-Lawrence because you like me are “devoted to doing your part to protect public health” isn’t that what you said earlier.

    • Rebecca Fisher on August 14, 2014 at 8:22 am said:

      Re: Chad. Christina England? Really? And you have the gall to dismiss articles by Trine Tsouderos??

      Experts at the scene suggest Collective hysteria as a more likely cause. (Although I know you’ll say “Well, they would say that, it’s a pharma coverup”)

      A round-up of reports here:


      • Sam Hall on August 15, 2014 at 9:39 am said:

        Rebecca, Do you think this is isolated ? What happened in Chad ? I am not that interested in your answer but would like you and your trollies to be aware that I and many many others are aware of the extent of vaccine experimentation and injury going on in the less developed countries. The people at the heart of this are Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, WHO PATH , GAVI and the information is right there for all to see…..all over the internet. Not difficult you just need to put in a little effort.

        Interestingly this video on youtube shows the UN being asked about the Chad incident and they mention the payout that some victims received.

        Also why if you search on google for information on this has it been removed under the “right to be forgotten facility” Some people dont want this story public. The original news article published in Chad was written in French here

        Before you go Rebecca, because you really should, why are you here ?

  21. Doug Troutman on August 14, 2014 at 2:12 am said:

    I have a family member and good friend who works in the chemical industry, I told her about the mercury in my children’s vaccines and about the damage it causes. She told me that she was advised by a doctor to not take any flu shots that contain mercury. I think they have known for a long time that Thimerosal causes many different health problems. That makes it a good product for repeat business. I am interested in public health and I try to inform as many people possible about the dangers of vaccines. The whole concept of a business reaping all profits and no liability for damages smells like Nazi to me.

  22. Media Scholar on August 14, 2014 at 2:11 pm said:

    Once again….people that lack vindication tend to be vindictive.

    Classic comments. Classic. This is exactly the sort of thing the vaccine injury compensation program was designed for.

    You don’t compensate to make somebody rich. You do not avoid compensating to prevent lawsuits.

    You compensate to help make up for what’s lost. It’s the American way to understand this.

    Sadly, the only ones with any control over this matter are the exact ones that can not possibly understand the loss.

  23. White Rose on August 15, 2014 at 3:04 pm said:

    Is this some sort of imagined hysteria Rebecca ?

    The story of 12-year-old Meredith Prohaska’s death got a lot of attention from FOX6 viewers. The little girl died just hours after receiving the HPV vaccine. . . .

    VMDs , vaccines of mass destruction

  24. White Rose on August 18, 2014 at 7:48 am said:

    Gulf War Syndrome , more mass hysteria Rebecca ? 700,000 soldiers imagined it – did they ?

  25. Media Scholar on August 25, 2014 at 6:28 am said:

    You don’t inject pesticides into the helpless bodies of American infants and toddlers.

    If Jake wants to think pesticides can play a causal role in developmental disabilities, that’s fine. It means pesticides, for the rest of us, may or may not actually be applicable, but not necessarily a universally applied substance like vaccines that have Thimerosal in them.

    The University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine Department of Biophysics and Physiology conducted experiments using small concentrations of mercury. Exposing brain tissue from snails, they were able to capture direct visual evidence of brain neuron degeneration caused by very low exposures to mercury concentrations.

    Here is a link to a video presentation based on the 1997 experimentation which includes the evidence of cell membrane structure destruction of developing brain neurons caused by mercury.


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