Vaccines Revealed is a 9-part docu-series featuring interviews with leading voices for sanity on this issue. I’ve watched the whole thing and found it a highly educational and valuable resource. There’s a whole world of information about vaccines that the government and media not only aren’t telling us, but are intent on keeping us in the dark about. This docu-series is a great antidote.
In Episode 6 is part two of Patrick Gentempo’s interview with Brian S. Hooker, who has worked with CDC whistleblower Dr. William Thompson to get information out about the CDC’s scientific fraud. The rest of this episode during the online viewing consisted of the online premier of a new documentary called Vaccine Syndrome on how Gulf War soldiers were used as test subjects for the experimental anthrax vaccine (which I won’t review here).
Here are some highlights from the interview:
Brian S. Hooker
- The story of how he began emailing CDC scientist William Thompson, which ultimately led to Thompson breaking down and helping Hooker to gain access to the data the CDC was trying to prevent from getting public that would reveal how the CDC was trying to cover up the link between vaccines and autism.
- How DeStefano, et al, in Pediatrics 2004 concluded there was no association, but their data showed an increased risk of autism for subjects who received the MMR vaccine on time compared with those who delayed it.
- Hooker published a paper about that data in a peer-reviewed journal, but it was retracted without any explanation of how his analysis was in error (Here’s another paper outlining the CDC’s fraud that has not been retracted.)
- How they reduced the sample size to eliminate the association shown between the MMR vaccine and autism for African Americans and then destroyed the paper trail (except that Dr. Thompson kept his own copies, which are in the hands of a Congressman who wants to call him to testify, which the CDC doesn’t want him doing).
- How we need to “bring the CDC down”.
- How he’s got a book coming out, to be published by Elsevier, republishing the data from the retracted paper and explaining why it never should have been retracted.