CDC caught in billion-dollar scheme to sell vaccines

by Jon Rappoport

September 5, 2014

If someone told you…

a public relations agency promoting the benefits of refined sugar was also doing scientific studies on the effects of sugar…

you’d laugh.

You’d naturally know the studies were worthless. You’d understand the “researchers” were slanting data, cooking data, burying data—whatever was necessary to support their prime directive: hype sugar as a wonderful product.

These “scientists” would never say, “Well, we found that refined sugar is quite unhealthy.”

This is precisely the state of affairs at the Centers for Disease Control. The agency is, first and foremost, a PR machine. It promotes products. For example: vaccines.

So when CDC whistleblower William Thompson emerged from the shadows on August 27 and admitted he’d participated in research fraud, thereby giving the dangerous MMR vaccine a free pass by claiming it had no causal connection to autism…

he was illustrating a primary mission of his employer, the CDC: spread propaganda assuring the public that vaccines are safe.

Science? Are you kidding? The “research” effort of the CDC is just another way to do PR.

The rest of the CDC’s PR message? Vaccines are effective, and everyone must get them.

How does the CDC convince millions of people they’d better take the needle?

Through invoking fear.

Read on….

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