QuoteExclusive: CDC whistleblower was a fraud machine

by Jon Rappoport

September 15, 2014


Dear Doctor, did you ever study with CDC whistleblower William Thompson?

My, my, this is embarrassing.

Thompson was one of the authors of a Medscape continuing-education module for physicians.

The subject? How to analyze data. (choke, gag)

Title of the module: "Models for Count Data With an Application to Healthy Days Measure: Are you driving in Screws With a Hammer?" (Prev Chronic Dis 2014;11:130252. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd11.130252)

The learning objectives of the module are:

* "Distinguish characteristics of different tools for data analysis;

* "Analyze how data regarding self-reported health can be skewed in the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) survey;

* "Evaluate results of different evaluation tools on count data from the BRFSS survey."

Let's see. In 2004, as Thompson admitted in his August 27, 2014, statement, he did himself "drive in screws with a hammer."

He and his co-authors purposely omitted a set of vital data which would have indicted the MMR vaccine in causing autism.

This is apparently a superior method of data-analysis, surpassing the material in Thompson's Medscape learning module.

So let's include it now: "Know the agenda of the study before you do it, and cook the data to make the study-conclusion conform to the covert goal."

And let's amend the "evaluation tools" for dealing with data: "Use or invent those tools which will give you the answers your bosses demand."

For example, in that now-infamous 2004 vaccine study (Age at first measles-mumps-rubella vaccination in children with autism and school-matched control subjects: a population-based study in metropolitan atlanta. Pediatrics. 2004 Feb;113(2):259-66.), Thompson and his co-authors suddenly decided that children without Georgia birth records would be dropped from consideration, as if they never existed.

Thompson had access to their school records, which were certainly sufficient, but you see, it just so happened that the kids without available birth certificates were the ones who had experienced drastically elevated levels of autism, after receiving the MMR vaccine.

"No birth records" was an easy "tool" for hiding and excluding those crucial data.

So, Dear Doctor, if you took that Medscape training from William Thompson and his co-authors, why not ask Medscape and the CDC for your money back?

Or sue them for false representation.

I'm sure you and your fellow student-physicians can find a good lawyer who'd be happy to put together a nice little class of plaintiffs.

Have some fun. Spice up your day.

power outside the matrix

Okay. Now let's move along to far more serious matters.

First, remember that Thompson, in a video recently posted at the autism media channel, clearly stated that he would never give a vaccine containing mercury to a pregnant woman. And he also stated there was sufficient biologic plausibility to assert that mercury in vaccines causes the features of autism.

But what did he claim to think about this same subject in 2010, when he co-authored a study for the journal Pediatrics?

The study was titled: "Prenatal and Infant Exposure to Thimerosal [mercury] from Vaccines and Immunoglobulins and Risk of Autism." (Pediatrics Vol. 126 No. 4 October 1, 2010, pp. 656-664 (doi: 10.1542/peds.2010-0309))

The conclusion of the study?

"In our study of MCO [managed care organization] members, prenatal and early-life exposure to ethylmercury from thimerosal-containing vaccines and immunoglobulin preparations was not related to increased risk of ASDs [autism spectrum disorders]."

I see. Well, Dr. Thompson, given your recent comments in the video—no mercury for pregnant mothers, biologic plausibility for mercury in vaccines as a cause of autism—

Did you bury vital data in your 2010 study, when you concluded there was no connection between mercury and autism?

It appears so.

How deep does the fraud go? How high?

You've asserted, in your August 27, 2014, public confession, issued through your attorney, that you're willing to work with good researchers, inside or outside the CDC, on clarifying vaccine issues.

I'm sure I could hook you up with a few of those people. You and they could go over your 2010 study on mercury, vaccines, and autism with a fine-tooth comb. Or you could just admit fraud took place.

Let's face it. The word "scandal" doesn't begin to describe what's been happening at the CDC all these years. RICO crime is a bit more apt. The CDC is a mafia, whose objective is to protect the pharmaceutical industry, while it stands by and watches, with depraved indifference, as untold numbers of children suffer brain damage from the injection of vaccines.
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