Show me the math that says a fully vaccinated population is healthier (defined including absence of chronic disease, rather than soley absense of infectious disease) than an unvaccinated or undervaccinated population. Because isn’t that the number we all what to know, that is that vaccine policy has led to a healthier population?

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by Jon Rappoport

July 5, 2018

If you wanted to buy a product…

And the main safety-researcher of the product was the company selling it to you…

Would you automatically assume the product was safe and effective?

But you see, that’s the just the beginning of the problem. Suppose the company’s research was cited thousands of times in the press, as the authoritative standard of proof—and anyone who disputed that research was labeled a conspiracy theorist and a quack and a danger to the community and an anti-science lunatic.

Would you begin to suspect the company had awesome media connections? Would you suspect some very powerful people were backing the company?

This is exactly the situation with the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Read these two quotes:

The government’s Vaccine for Children Program (a CDC organization) purchases vaccines for about 50 percent of children in the U.S.” (The Atlantic…

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Time for the journalists to take back their media.


AS STEEPED IN THE PRIMARY BIOMEDICAL LITERATURE as my life is, I deeply appreciate the press when it covers advances, discoveries, controversies and new studies in science and medicine.

There are three types of such news articles, reflecting three types of reporters.  The first “articles”, Level C articles, are verbatim regurgitation of press releases from companies and universities.  The quotes from researchers are faithfully reproduced, but there is no effort on the part of the reporter.  They propagate proffered quotes included to help the public with interpretation or significance of the study. These articles, however, are not the result of critical analysis on the part of the news source, no attempt to place the report of the study into the context of current events, and no cross-reference to similar studies with similar or differing results.  To me, these outlets are primarily a valuable source of information that studies exist.  By…

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Posted by: Calilo | May 21, 2018

The big vaccine-autism lie

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The big vaccine-autism lie

by Jon Rappoport

May 20, 2018

“How is a self-contained world built? Well, you can take a major situation which has an obvious cause, and then relabel the situation with a new name and say the cause is unknown. Then you can claim you’re looking for the cause, and you can keep looking and stalling for 50 years.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

First of all, there is NO definitive evidence that autism is a specific condition with a single cause.

If you doubt this, look up the definition of autism in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, and try to find a definitive lab test that leads to a diagnosis of autism. There is no such test.

That means there is no confirmed cause of autism. And THAT means there is no proof autism is a single and specific condition.

Like other so-called developmental…

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Misrepresenting science to show the desired outcome….


OBJECTIVITY in science can be corrupted in the design, execution or interpretation of studies. In systematic reviews, and “official” government agency reports it can occur via similar mechanisms. A meta-analysis on the autism/vaccine hypothesis, for example, cited studies that had already been determined to be too flawed for inclusion in such considerations by the Institutes of Medicine, which rejected 17/22 studies. That IOM report itself cited 4 studies as valid that were in reality too low-powered to warrant inclusion. One study was so small that less than on person with ASD would be expected in one of the groups. The Polish study, with 96 vs 198 patients, found no association between vaccination with MMR and autism, but with such a small sample size, and it had too few patients enrolled to have sufficient statistical power. More on the issue of the reliance on low-powered studies to maintain a false…

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Because Science. Because to question science is scientific. Because to deny science is to deny humanity the benefits of science. Because science marches on…


“One Andrew J. Wakefield” is how Emily Willingham of Forbes magazine refers to Dr. Wakefield (he still holds his medical degree).

In a very weak stretch to grasp one to the last possible straw of tarnish… without really saying anything at all.. Emily Willingham attempts… and fails… to give Dr. Wakefield one more lash at the post to remind anyone who might DARE cite the retracted Lancet article in which he, and his co-authors (1) proposed that GI issues and autism might be somehow related, and (2) propose that autism might be related to vaccination in some people, while, at the same time, citing (and almost criticizing, yikes!) a new study that has validated the GI inflammation associated-with-autism observations in Dr. Wakefield’s PILOT STUDY.

Dr. Wakefield is no longer your, nor anyone else’s whipping boy, Emily.  The jig is up.

Chronic GI inflammation is caused by the same factors…

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Posted by: Calilo | April 11, 2018

Fact-Checking Baylor College of Medicine on Autism

Vet everything. Really. If the facts don’t match your beliefs, then adjust your beliefs. Beliefs can change, facts can’t.


BCM just published a blog article entitled “Breaking down myths and truths about autism“.  Here I fact-check the claim made by that article.

BCM- LABELED ‘Myth’: People can “get” autism after receiving childhood vaccines.


BCM CLAIM: “Studies involving hundreds of thousands of children have failed to show a link between vaccines and autism.”

FACT: “VACCINES” NOT STUDIED. First off, the last two words.  “Vaccines and Autism”.  None of the studies cited by the BCM blog article has ever been conducted that measured the risk of autism in vaccinated vs. unvaccinated children.  Not one.  Most looked at the contributed risk of a single vaccine.  Not all of the vaccines on the schedule have been tested for association with autism.

magicFACT: Some studies HAVE reported association between vaccines and autism.  BCM cherry-picked only studies that report no association, and that’s not science.


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Posted by: Calilo | April 11, 2018

Facebook censorship: the grotesque mainstream solution

The real issue is this. Everything else is just one level below. Without free speech, all we have is fake news.

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Facebook censorship: the grotesque mainstream solution

by Jon Rappoport

April 11, 2018

The problem with Facebook started a long time ago. They used their money to promote their social media operations, and tons of users jumped on board, believing that conventional rules of free speech applied.

That was a mistake.

The mistake was on the level of believing the military-industrial complex is only interested in legitimate defense of the nation; or believing the pharmaceutical industry is only interested in alleviating existing illness with safe drugs.

Some lawyers and scholars are trying to “correct” Facebook. But beware: most of them are arguing that, since the Internet is a new platform, far beyond the ability of the Founding Fathers to have anticipated, we now have to change the meaning of the 1st Amendment, in order to make social media “more responsible” about the content they permit. In other words, Facebook should eliminate…

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Your science is showing….


On September 25, 2017, Special Master Christian Moran from the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP) awarded compensation to the estate of Christina Tarsell, for her death, ruling that the family had met the burden of proof that yes, the HPV vaccine did cause her heart arrhythmia, and yes, Christina lost her life due to the use of Gardisil, the vaccine that protects against nine forms of sexually transmitted HPV.
In spite of HHS’s attempts to put the burden of proof of causality on the family, the Special Master in the end decided that because the timing of the onset of the arrhythmia, and a plausible theory of autoimmunity against calcium channel proteins, the Special Master found that the family had provided sufficient evidence and that Christina’s estate should be provided compensation.

The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit provides the legal criterion for compensation for vaccine injuries…

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Posted by: Calilo | April 10, 2018

Laundry Products Harm Humans!

Just stop. Please don’t pollute yourself and the world around you with your smelly cleaning and personal care products. NOT OKAY.

Seriously "Sensitive" to Pollution

We often hear from people who think they aren’t wearing any fragrance while their fume trail is noticeable (and headache inducing or worse) from 100 feet away.  Not only that, but the scent residues are left everywhere these people have touched anything, including pretty much permanently in the furniture they’ve used.

How can this be?

Laundry products!

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Posted by: Calilo | April 8, 2018

The Untested Autism Hypothesis

Causation requires correlation and biologic plausibility… and a double blind placebo controlled study.

There will never be a gold standard study as forcing kids to take a vaccine that could harm them is unethical… oh, wait… I mean, go without a life-saving vaccine. /s


IF YOU READ THE NEWS, every time any story deals with vaccines, we’re told the same story, over and over – that vaccines do not cause autism, that the ‘theory’ (a misuse of the term) was ‘debunked’ because a doctor conducted a fraudulent study and the study was retracted, and that many other studies since have determined there is “no association”…

(1) Wait, when was that study?


The news acts as if that study – which was an “Early Report”, and never did anything but merely conclude that vaccines should be studied for a possible link – the news acts as if that study was the ONLY study ever conducted.

They ignore studies that have been conducted since that HAVE found association.  That’s called ‘cherry picking’.

(2) What no one seems to understand is that since that study, and since the apparently fraudulent studies that cooked the data ten…

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