Wednesday, January 05, 2011

Looks Like Another Lancet Lie Exposed

Among whoppers like Iraeli attrocities in Gaza .... biological warfare ... child murder ..... etc.....
Other beauts like wildly exagerated death tolls in Iraq .... Afghanistan ..... and so on....
Fake reports of deaths caused by rising seas and rampant global warming....

One of the most widely accepted bits of received wisdom perpetuated among those inclined to believe such things ..... Autism caused by juvenile vaccines ..... looks like it's been busted.... FINALLY .... in the MSM ... about a year late to the party.

Big Lies exposed ...

The article, by journalist Brian Deer, found that important details of the cases of each of 12 children reported in the original study either misrepresented or altered the actual experiences of the children, the journal said. "In no single case could the medical records be fully reconciled with the descriptions, diagnoses, or histories published in the journal," the editorial said. It called the study "an elaborate fraud."

The original article, by British doctor Andrew Wakefield and other researchers, was published in the highly regarded journal The Lancet in 1998. The study concluded that the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine—a mainstay of public health disease prevention efforts around the world—was linked to autism and gastrointestinal disorders.

The findings provoked a still-raging debate over vaccine safety and they prompted thousands of parents to forgo shots for their children. Measles outbreaks were subsequently reported in several Western countries. Several epidemiological studies conducted since the Wakefield paper by public health authorities haven't found any link between the vaccines and autism.

The Lancet withdrew the article in January of last year after concluding that "several elements" of the paper were incorrect. But the journal didn't describe any of the discrepancies as fraud. A British regulator stripped Dr. Wakefield of his medical license last May, citing "serious professional misconduct" in the way he handled the research.

Efforts to reach Dr. Wakefield weren't successful.


CNN continues to provide a platform for this fraud....

Speaking on CNN Wednesday night, Dr. Wakefield defended his research. "The study is not a lie. The findings that we made have been replicated in five countries around the world," he said.

Well? Did you fall for this scam?


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Blogger WomanHonorThyself said...

the Crescent news Network..whatta joke~!
.HAPPY NEW YEAR!!..and don't let the insanity get ya down!

1/06/2011 1:14 p.m.  
Blogger Fenris Badwulf said...

Exposing them does not work like it used to.

I have a fellow at work who still believes in Global Warming.

What do you have that overcomes fanaticism?

1/08/2011 9:51 a.m.  
Blogger OMMAG said...

The battle against stupidity is never ending and cannot be won .... Stupid is forever.

Those individuals who will not be swayed by reason or facts are not going to change....... they will continue to cling to every fantasy that supports their world view. Those afflicted by such derangement are doomed.

Your only obligation is to expose the derangement and the deranged.

Expose them in the presence of others and stand your ground. There will be those who publicly agree with you and there will be those will be swayed by your argument or agree but afraid to acknowledge it publicly.

Expose the indivudual fanatic ... expose their derangement and stand your ground.

1/09/2011 11:12 a.m.  
Blogger Fenris Badwulf said...

I was standing in the snow, shivering, with the guy, having a smoke.

We shared some light chit-chat about how the last two winters were terrible, and that this one was going to be worse, and longer.

Then, his voice changed, and his facial expression relaxed (much as it does when a hypnotic suggestion is activated) and he talked about Global Warming.

I nodded. I sure hope that he had not been hypnotized, because, when he moved his cold, shivering body to utter about Global Warming, he would have been in that vulnerable, open minded hypnotic state. I put some other suggestions into his mind. Of course, he was not hypnotized; the left never hypnotizes people without their consent (you can lose your Hypnotist license for that), so when I planted the hypnotic seed about The Cleansing Power of Fire, it would not have had an effect.

You can fight logic with logic. Brainwashing needs soap.

1/09/2011 3:12 p.m.  
Blogger OMMAG said...

Sounds like a lyric to a song ....
You could do that in the same meter as George Thorogood ... One Bourbon One Scotch ... One Beer.

1/11/2011 7:15 p.m.  

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