Here’s a clue: victory doesn’t look like a trickle of hidden data occasionally seeping out of a cavern.
This is all about making a case. An explosive case.
Most (honest) scientists don’t have a clue. They don’t know how or why a story explodes. They tend to favor the “trickle theory” of releasing information because it fits their notion of order and pattern.
Order and pattern have nothing to do with the asymmetrical way a story expands.
Waiting for him to do the right thing is a loser’s game.
There is another avenue to pursue:
The CDC data that would reveal fraud.
Data contradicting the CDC assertion that there is no connection between the MMR vaccine and autism.
Whistleblower Thompson apparently claims the “no-connection” study was massaged, cooked, stepped on. Key pieces were buried.
Where is that buried data? All of it. Who has it?
I’m not talking about one or two pages we can barely see on a video.
There are several people out there who state they have a trove of incriminating data.
So: release it!
All of it.
Every single page, with the CDC imprints, mastheads, dates, etc.
—Data proving fraud, proving there was, in fact, knowledge that the MMR vaccine was, and is, connected to increased rates of autism.
Release all that data; post it on websites around the world.
No summaries—the raw material.
I understand that, among honorable scientists who have this data right now, there is a strong tendency to want to organize it and comment on it and assess it down to the periods and commas and semi-colons.
To those people, I say: you’re making a huge and potentially lethal mistake.
Organize and comment and summarize and analyze to your heart’s content—after you post every shred of raw data for all to see.
This isn’t an either-or issue.
Nor is it an issue of “preserving data so experts can make judgments about it.”
Dump the data online. Now.
People mistakenly think that, once all the data are publicly available, “the story” will peter out and die.
This belief has been used to support the drip-method journalists have deployed with the Edward Snowden material.
One scandal today, another one next month, and so on.
The truth is, releasing all the data has no ill effect on “the story” at all.
We’re talking about parallel operations here. On one track, you dump all the data online. On a separate track, you do articles and videos homing in on various pieces of the material.
You do both.
This isn’t a debate among scientific colleagues who publish in the same journals and speak at the same conferences and teach at universities.
This is a war.
It’s a war against a major institution of government, the CDC, and its pharmaceutical, academic, and media partners.
There is a trove of data that proves the CDC has engaged in criminal fraud, has exonerated a vaccine that actually causes brain damage? Release the data.
What are you waiting for?
Whistleblower William Thompson supposedly sent this trove of data to several scientists—they have it. They’ve had it for a while.
Are they using it to stuff a couch?
“Well, you see, if we release all the data, most people won’t understand what it means. They’re not technically trained.”
There are thousands of people out there who are a) technically trained and b) have independent minds.
“Well, people need someone to interpret the data for them.”
Fine. You interpret it. After you’ve released all of it.
“If we release all of it now, scientists who are part of the establishment will twist it and claim it proves nothing.”
Those scientists are already calling you liars. They twist and obfuscate for a living. Once you release all the data, yes, they will undoubtedly say it proves nothing. Then it’s your job to show they’re wrong.
Can you handle that?
Many thousands of smart people around the world are going to come to your defense and blow this whole thing sky-high.
The CDC will begin to scurry like rats, and some of those rats will come out and confess their sins. Old sins. New sins. Sins you haven’t even imagined.
THIS is how a story builds.
You expose everything you have, and then new whistleblowers show up to spill secrets that are far more incriminating than the secrets you’ve exposed.
By holding back the data you have, you slow down the process and even stop it.
Release. All. The. Incriminating. Data.
Start a storm.
There is this little thing called the Internet. It can create enormous force, if enough people climb on board.
Reflect on the untold numbers of mothers with autistic children, and the mothers of the future who will have autistic children. Do you really think they care about trickle theory and timed-release?
I’ve met some of those current mothers and talked to them. They don’t live in ivory towers.
I can tell you, they take no prisoners.
They want your data. All of it.
Give it to them.
Jon Rappoport is the author of two explosive collections, The Matrix Revealed and Exit From the Matrix, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. 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 www.nomorefakenews.com