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The New York Times may pretend to be dedicated to truth and thoroughness in their reporting, but in the end, they're a pro-industry mouthpiece more than happy to ignore anything that would discredit the claim that vaccines are safe for the children of America.  The recent Times coverage on vaccine exemptions and the claims of Robert Kennedy, Jr on thimerosal make my case.

We wrote about it on Age of Autism on July 11, 2015 and today all the proof is in with their latest editorial.

First of all, on July 4, The NY Times resorted to a personal attack on Jim Carrey and Robert Kennedy in California, Camelot and Vaccinesby Frank Bruni.  With unquestioning allegiance to whatever the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says, Bruni ridiculed Kennedy, Carrey and Jenny McCarthy, not for their claims about the lack of vaccine safety, but for daring to raise concerns among parents.

Kennedy wrote a response to Bruni's piece which was published by The Times on July 10. 

July 10, 2015, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., on Mercury in Vaccines

In his letter, which was limited in size, Kennedy stuck to the science.  He challenged Bruni's claim that mercury has been removed from vaccines, citing its presence still in some tetanus and meningitis vaccines, and in about a 50,000,000 doses of the flu vaccine.  Kennedy warned about merely accepting whatever the CDC says about vaccines, noting that this agency is notorious for its pharma connections.  He brought up the charges by a CDC insider that vaccine study results had been altered to hide a link with autism.  Finally Kennedy pointed out that there are independent researchers whose work supports his claims about mercury use in vaccines and children developing autism.

Those powerful comments seemed like the last word. 

A whistleblower from inside the CDC has charged that study results were changed to hide a link.

Reputable researchers have found that thimerosal is damaging our children.

Congressional subcommittees have found the CDC to be corrupt.

Would The Times look into the serious charges that Kennedy made or would they simply ignore them? 

Actually, they countered today with an editorial in support of SB 277

Did the editorial board somehow miss Kennedy's letter with his charges of corruption, collusion and cover-up?  Did they decide that supporting the vaccine industry takes precedent over the health and safety of our children, no matter how serious the charges?  The answer to the second question is clearly, "yes."

In California's Tough Vaccination Law The New York Times congratulated California for removing a parent's right to choose when it comes to vaccination and called for all other states to follow the example of CA, MS, and WV.  There was no mention of possible side effects or the lack of liability.  The CDC may produce fraudulent science while being hopelessly tied to the vaccine industry---but that won't stop The New York Times from defending their vaccine program with an almost religious zeal.  It's just too bad for the children of America.   

California sets a smart example for the nation by passing tough new laws that will require the vast majority of children in day care or kindergarten to be vaccinated against a slew of infectious diseases next year. The state will no longer grant exemptions based on a parent's religious convictions or "personal belief" that vaccines might be harmful. It will only allow exemptions for children with medical conditions that make vaccination unsafe. This public health policy ought to be adopted by all states.

While all states require schoolchildren to be vaccinated, nearly all allow exemptions for families with religious objections (only Mississippi and West Virginia limit exemptions to medical necessity), and 20 currently allow exemptions based on a parent's personal beliefs. Those beliefs are often based on irrational fears that vaccines might cause autism, a link based on fraudulent science that has long been discredited.

Vaccination rates can differ significantly among states. In Colorado, which allows both religious and personal belief exemptions, only 82 percent of children had received both recommended doses of the mumps-measles-rubella vaccine for the 2013-14 school year, while in Mississippi, which allows only medical exemptions, 99.7 percent had gotten both doses, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

California's previous policy had grown so lax that in some schools only half of the students have completed the required vaccinations, making those schools more susceptible to the spread of disease. A measles outbreak at Disneyland last December sickened 131 people in California, a fifth of them badly enough to require hospitalization, and infected 16 people in six other states as well. Most of those infected had not been vaccinated.

California was right to prohibit exemptions based on religious objections. Analysts have found that most religions have no objection to vaccination. Even religiously motivated parents should see the importance of vaccinations to protect the health of their child and others in the community. Experts say that 92 to 94 percent of the population needs to be immune to a disease like measles to achieve "herd immunity" to protect the whole community.

Some opponents of the law say they will sue, push for a referendum to block it, or home-school their children to avoid vaccination. While they have a right to do so, that approach is likely to put their children and others at unnecessary risk.


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Comments

Jeannette Bishop

http://associationsnow.com/2015/07/story-behind-californias-mandatory-vaccination-law/

http://www.dailydemocrat.com/government-and-politics/20150706/freshman-senator-wins-plaudits-for-pushing-vaccine-law

The press, the industry insiders, the politicians...all high-fiving and patting each other on the back over their bravely carrying the torch for toxic tyranny, proudly wearing their COIs on their sleeves, the pockets bulging with unconcealed cash--it's not corruption, rather vindication, so don't even bother to straighten those pocket flaps--or in the case of some bureaucrats, kudos for deftly doing nothing?

http://www.ageofautism.com/2015/07/iaccs-insel-lives.html

Selling out the next generation, our future, their future for what exactly?

Joy B

Did Dorit write this one or are they just following her official proposal?

Does it even matter.

Look Dorit! Your dreams of total agency capture are coming true. May you live in interesting times.

Sophie Scholl

kapoore -
SB 792 effectively is an attempt to block the idea of homeschooling. Or people setting up independent schooling operations .The educators will have to be force-vaccinated .

William Thompson has forced them into rushing their playbook. They are in a big hurry now . Forced Mandatory Adult vaccinations (at gunpoint no doubt) .

And Hitlerary Bluesky Clinton as the next US president .
They have us cornered no doubt -
We have to come out fighting now .

Sophie Scholl

We need to pass a new bill .

sb666 to mandate all vaccines for the entire political legislature in California , vaccinate Pan & Liu & Brown .
Vaccinate the lot of them .

kapoore

I don't think "these people" know what proper journalism is. They lied us into War in Iraq, which has been a complete disaster. There were no "mobile weapons of mass destruction" as the New York Times claimed. They also lied when they claimed that organic food is no different than junk food--they did apologize for that one but far from the front page. They push war constantly with Iran, with Syria... They have kept a certain section of the intellectual class of the U.S. in complete captive ignorance and delusion. I still know people who are devout New York Times readers who never figured out that there were no nukes in Iraq, for example. I know for sure that New York Times readers are very big vaccinators of themselves and of their children. They are the ones that practically fly vaccinate banners as car flags. I am sure the New York Times will want to jail non-vaccinating parents; they just haven't yet figured out how to get that piece in yet. They are beyond disgusting, but I'm sure they are gloating as well because at least they still have a religious exemption and we don't. Maybe California will be the first state to pioneer home schooling from kindergarten to graduations. We'll make classrooms obsolete.

Jeannette Bishop

SB 792 history & text:

http://leginfo.ca.gov/cgi-bin/postquery?bill_number=sb_792&sess=CUR&house=B&author=mendoza_%3Cmendoza%3E

http://leginfo.ca.gov/pub/15-16/bill/sen/sb_0751-0800/sb_792_bill_20150702_amended_asm_v95.pdf


Bob Moffitt

Can anyone verify information received by email today .. regarding California's next step .. SB792 .. which would be the next logical step by pharma cartel and California legislators to take:

"URGENT ACTION ALERT Monday July 13, 2015

SB792- The first US adult vaccine mandate with NO exemptions and CRIMINAL penalties for failure to comply will be heard in the California Assembly Human Services Committee this Tuesday July 14th at 1:30 in Room 437

SB 792, would eliminate an adult'€™s right to exempt themselves from one, some, or all vaccines, a risk-laden medical procedure. This bill would make California the first state to require mandated vaccinations for all childcare workers, including all private and public school early childhood education programs (Headstart, Private preK and preschools), family daycares, and daycare centers. ALL employed adults must be up-to-date on each vaccine listed on CDC'€™s adult immunization schedule (except HPV) or be denied employment.

SB 792, would eliminate an adult'€™s right to exempt themselves from one, some, or all vaccines – aa risk-laden medical procedure. This bill eliminates medical autonomy, crushes religious freedom, undermines personal freedom, and burdens quality providers with a non-optional series of medical interventions in the form of mandated vaccines that are not even 100% effective.

Bill SB 792 excerpt:

This bill, commencing September 1, 2016, would prohibit a day care center or a family day care home from employing any person who has not been immunized in accordance with the schedule for routine adult immunizations, prescribed by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The bill would specify circumstances under which a person would be exempt from the immunization requirement, based on medical safety and current immunity, as specified. The bill would make conforming changes to provisions that set forth qualifications for day care center teachers and applicants for licensure as a family day care center. Because the bill would extend the application of a crime under the act, the bill would impose a state-mandated local program."

Danchi

Propaganda. Brought and paid for by The Pharmetutical Industry, CDC and HHS.

On another note:

California Now Wants to be First State to Mandate Adult Vaccines – Criminal Penalties for those Who Refuse

-Now, legislators in California want to pass the “first US adult vaccine mandate with NO personal exemptions and CRIMINAL penalties for failure to comply.” SB 792, would eliminate an adult’s right to exempt themselves from one, some, or all vaccines, a risk-laden medical procedure.

URGENT ACTION ALERT Monday July 13, 2015

SB 792 would eliminate an adult’s right to exempt themselves from one, some, or all vaccines, a risk-laden medical procedure. This bill would make California the first state to require mandated vaccinations for all childcare workers, including all private and public school early childhood education programs (Headstart, Private preK and preschools), family daycares, and daycare centers.
Remainder at: http://healthimpactnews.com/2015/california-now-wants-to-be-first-state-to-mandate-adult-vaccines-criminal-penalties-for-those-who-refuse/.

The Indians have not only left the reservation, they have also jumped off that cliff.

John Stone

These people know what proper journalism is, and they know they are not performing it - anymore than when I wrote this piece at the beginning of the year:

http://www.ageofautism.com/2015/02/the-new-york-times-emotes-the-president-endorses-mmr.html

No independent critical mind could take this endless barrage of corporate deceit seriously. First you get an article by a restaurant critic and then one signed by the faceless "editorial board". Each is equally ridiculous.

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