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“Mercury/vaccines/autism: more CDC fraud” By Jon Rappoport

August 27, 2014

In the 1990s, people around the world began to wake up and realize: there is mercury in vaccines.


“That’s a poison, isn’t it? Warnings are issued about eating fish laced with mercury…but injecting it is safe?”

The public reaction was swift, explosive, instinctive, and correct: “They’re poisoning us and our children.”

Some of this poisoning was called autism. Some of it was called “neuro-developmental delay.” There were other names and categories.

The uproar was so loud, Congress was forced to act. In 1997, they ordered the FDA to examine the situation.

So in June of 2000, three full years later, because the federal government really cares but only cares slowly, the famous Simpsonwood Meeting convened.

The star of that meeting was a CDC scientist named Thomas Verstraeten. Tommy had done extensive work on vaccines and neuro-developmental delay. It was so extensive almost nobody could understand it.

At Simpsonwood, a gaggle of other scientists, FDA and CDC people, and pharma types sat in their chairs while Tommy showed mind-numbing slide after slide and explained each one.

The CDC people prayed Tommy would be convincing. After all, the CDC is in charge of vaccine safety and also buys billions of dollars of vaccines, which it distributes to public health agencies in all 50 states.

Tommy, with his slide show, explained he had homed in on neuro-developmental delay in children, and had examined many different groupings of vaccinated children to discover a connection, if any, to the vaccines.

There is a transcript of the whole Simpsonwood Meeting. 286 pages. It’s like reading the Talmud backwards or an old Manhattan phone book whose pages have been taken out of alphabetical order.

Tommy’s thrust, of course, was to exonerate mercury in vaccines and give these vaccines a free pass. Which he eventually did, in the final version of a study published three times.

In the Simpsonwood transcript, the real explosion comes on page 43. No one, to my knowledge, has emphasized this enough.

On page 43, a Dr. Rapin asks Tommy a basic question:

“How did they make these diagnoses [of neuro-developmental delay, aka neurological damage, in the children you’re tracking]?”

Tommy replies: “What I am presenting to you now is just the results of the automated data. That means I don’t know anything about how these diagnoses were made…[but later in my presentation we’ll be in a] better position, at least for some of the outcomes [of neuro-developmental delay] to tell you how they were diagnosed.”

Translation. The whole presentation has just fallen apart.

In conventional medical terms, EVERYTHING Tommy is doing depends on the idea that accurate diagnoses of children were made. But he’s suddenly exposed.

Analogy: We’re going to evaluate the success of a treatment for cancer…but we don’t know whether the thousands of diagnoses of cancer we’re studying were correct.

[pullquote align=”left|center|right” textalign=”left|center|right” width=”30%”]A Dr. Davis then cuts in: “…nowhere today or tomorrow will you ever hear that…[these children] were carefully examined in the neuropsychiatric clinic. These kids…are seen by regular old pediatricians…the original [diagnostic] coding is [done by] a pediatrician or a family physician who is making the diagnosis.”[/pullquote]

In other words, it’s all baloney. Smoke and mirrors. By conventional standards of medicine, neurological-damage diagnoses made by non-specialists are worthless for the purposes of research.

As if sensing that his fraudulent game is about to explode, Tommy says, “Just for the sake of the presentation, could I go on? I see that we are going into questions about other issues.”

Yes, other issues like validity and truth and value. Nothing serious. Nothing is riding on Tommy’s Talmudic slide show, except the health and future of millions of children.

Tommy is basically saying, “Don’t interrupt me. My system of nonsense will collapse if we worry about accuracy of diagnosis. We don’t really know what these kids have. But I must move ahead and pretend I’m doing science.”

The CDC and the US government, when they are challenged and re-challenged about the dangers of mercury in vaccines and the connection to autism, always point to Tommy as the ultimate backup. The prince of numbers.

Tommy is a fabricator..

The public knows: mercury is poison. It causes nerve and brain damage. Call that autism. Call it whatever you want to. Injecting it is a crime.

That’s the beginning and end of the question.

Except for one thing. And now we leave the conventional world of medicine.

Over the last several years, I have presented irrefutable evidence that NO so-called mental disorder is confirmed by a diagnostic test.

Read the bible of the psychiatric profession, the DSM. For the roughly 300 officially certified mental disorders, there is not a single defining blood test, urine test, hair test, brain scan, genetic assay. Nothing.

All the “neuro-developmental delays,” including autism, are classified as mental disorders and are listed in the DSM. They are nothing but menus and clusters of behaviors.

So even if all those kids Tommy was studying in his “research” had been diagnosed in a neuropsychiatric clinic, it would have meant nothing.

Because there are no tests. None.

It was a house of cards.

A titanic fraud. From the outset.

A baby is vaccinated with the neurological poison called mercury. The baby never enters the world. The baby is damaged. That’s the fact.

Constructing categories of disorders and different groups of children is a vast smokescreen.

Here’s my slideshow: arrest the criminals, send everybody out of the CDC buildings, fumigate the buildings, and shut them down.

Save future lives.

Jon Rappoport
The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at