Corporate incest: The revolving door between the CDC, Emory University and the vaccine industry – NaturalNews.com

by: Jonathan Benson

(NaturalNews) Harrowed by a growing and unstoppable public awakening about the dangers and futility of vaccines, the vaccine industry has taken to social media and the blogging world with a desperate new propaganda campaign known as “Voices for Vaccines,” which claims to be a “non-profit organization run by volunteer parents” in support of vaccines. But a closer look into who actually runs this latest pro-vaccine scam reveals that it is the work of none other than the vaccine industry itself, with the help of its buddies in the federal government and academia.

Investigative journalist Jeffry John Aufderheide from VacTruth.com recently published a groundbreaking report uncovering this shameless attempt at mass indoctrination, exposing the “man behind the curtain,” so to speak, pulling the strings over at Voices for Vaccines. Far from the grassroots effort that it feigns to be, Voices for Vaccines is controlled almost entirely by interests connected with the vaccine industry, including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Emory University near Atlanta, Georgia, both of which aggressively promote vaccines.

As a little background, the CDC was responsible for funding the infamous Danish study that claimed, falsely, to have proven that vaccines do not cause autism. The lead author of this faux-study, as we reported back in 2011, was later indicted on charges of fraud and money laundering, which the CDC and others downplayed in their quest to destroy the legitimate work of Dr. Andrew Wakefield, whose inquiry into the gastrointestinal effects of the MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccine became the “shot heard ’round the world,” so to speak, in deconstructing pro-vaccine pseudoscience.

via Corporate incest: The revolving door between the CDC, Emory University and the vaccine industry – NaturalNews.com

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