“TAKE HEED THAT NO MAN DECEIVE YOU” – MATT 24:4B
Temecula, CA – Years ago, because I was a parent at the time, my then-wife and I discovered a disturbing
A decade later when I began to write for the Calendar, then called the Full Value Review, I posted a story with a video [2 parts] showing Senator RFK, Jr. elaborating on how the CDC, a federal agency tasked with keeping the nation’s health safe, had spent a weekend at a secret location massaging the figures showing a direct tie-in between vaccines and autism. Someone did the right thing and recorded the secret meeting, then slipped the notes to the Senator.
Even more recently, other articles have been posted here and a debate ensued with a healthcare worker at the Mall commuter bus stop over the issue. In April, 2014, Temecula ‘lit it up blue’ in a self-grandiose move for political fodder for the next city council election. The “quietly created and staffed” new division with its $150,000 budget is billed as a way to serve, educate, train, and employ autistic youth and adults seems sounds like a lot of bang for the buck, but in reality it's just another ‘plug ‘n’ play’ living off the overflow of a $52,000,000,000 vaccine industry. This at first repressed-later released story from CNN validates the Calendar.
“Autism rates are increasing drastically and so is the $52 billion vaccine industry. But now, CDC whistleblower Dr. William Thompson has broken his silence and come forward to reveal the truth about the MMR vaccine (measles-mumps-rubella vaccination) and autism connection. According to a Global Research report on Aug. 23, CNN deleted the extremely “news worthy” story about Dr. William Thompson.
“William W. Thompson, PhD, Senior Scientist with the CDC has stepped forward and admitted the 2004 paper entitled ‘Age at first measles-mumps-rubella vaccination in children with autism and school-matched control subjects: a population-based study in metropolitan Atlanta,’ which has been used repeatedly by the CDC to deny the MMR-autism connection, was a fraud.”
However, as of August 25, CNN has republished its news story about the autism-vaccine connection and whistleblower Dr. Thompson after thousands of readers called for a much needed truth, knowledge, and awareness for parents. “Dr. Thompson has admitted the 340% increase in boys receiving the MMR vaccine ‘on time,’ as opposed to delayed, was buried by himself, Dr. DeStefano, Dr. Bhasin, Dr. Yeargin-Allsopp, and Dr. Boyle.”
Dr. Thompson is referring to the CDC’s vaccine-autism fraud which has been a decade-long cover up and has put millions of infants at risk. Infants, especially African-American boys, were willfully exposed to a high risk of autism from the MMR vaccine – if the vaccine was administered too early.
According to the 2004 CDC report, there was no association between the age that the MMR vaccine was administered and the development of autism. “The overall distribution of ages at MMR vaccination among children with autism was similar to that of matched control children; most case (70.5%) and control children (67.5%) were vaccinated between 12 and 17 months of age. Similar proportions of case and control children had been vaccinated before 18 or before 24 months. No significant associations for either of these age cutoffs were found for specific case subgroups, including those with evidence of developmental regression.”
Dr. Thompson revealed that the report, which has been used by the CDC to deny any MMR-autism connection, was indeed a fraud. The truth is that there is a connection between the age at which an infant receives the MMR vaccination and whether or not a child is more prone to develop autism. Certainly, there are genetic factors and environmental factors (such as pesticides) that come into play when it comes to autism. However, shouldn't parents have the right to know that the age at which the MMR vaccine is administered might also be a contributing factor?
Dr. Thompson’s leak about the CDC cover-up came to surface after he first called and spoke with Dr. Brian Hooker. Hooker then revealed the information to Dr. Andrew Wakefield and the Autism Media Channel. In a video published by the Autism Media Channel, Dr. Thompson can be heard saying, “I do not believe that we did what we did.”
Some readers may ask if this is some vendetta against our sitting elected monarchy, but outside of being a big pig to poke, the real deal is I’m a parent. I have talked to real mothers who have autistic children and asked them one simple question, “When did your kid get sick?”