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Thursday, 28 January 2016

BBC News is not interested in fraudulent medical research. They refuse to tell us about it.

In my blog, dated 14th December 2015, "The Refusal of BBC News to report important information", I told you about my complaint to the BBC.

It concerned the issue of whether the MMR vaccine was a cause of Autism, the 2004 study which said there was no link, and the 2014 revelation that one of the co-authors of that study had reveal that the research have fraudulently omitted important data that would have proven there was a link, particularly with black children.

For a concise explanation of the back of this situation, watch this 'Truth in Media' video, which is one of the best descriptions of the situation I have found.

This is the latest email response I have received from the BBC.

          "Thank you for contacting us again about MMR Vaccine link to Autism. In our last response, we informed you of our editorial position, after having flagged up your complaint with senior staff at the News. We said that nothing which has been said or published since then has caused us to alter our view and gave you a link to a comprehensive list of Q&As on the subject. We’re sorry if you still feel we’ve not helped you with your concerns."

          "We’re sorry to tell you that we’ve nothing to add to our previous reply. We don’t believe your complaint has raised a significant issue of general importance that might justify further investigation. We will not therefore correspond further in response to additional points, or further comments or questions, made about this issue or our responses to it."

If you watch the video, and then read this response from the BBC, you will be able to judge for yourself the enormity of the cover-up and the censorship being practiced by the mainstream media on behalf of the conventional medical establishment!

In this the BBC are not alone. I am not aware that any other organisation that can be construed as part of the mainstream media, in the UK, in the USA, or elsewhere, have carried this story. This does not surprise me. It is typical of the approach adopted by all large media organisation when dealing with the conventional medical establishment - see no evil, hear no evil.  Or perhaps, do no evil to the pharmaceutical companies. Allow them to continue doing evil to the public!

I have now written to the BBC Trust to take my complaint further. I have not only repeated my concern that if there is any doubt whatsoever that vaccines can cause autism the public should be told about that doubt.

This is particularly so for a public service broadcaster. The BBC does not receive income from advertisers, including drug advertisements. The BBC does not have drug company representatives on their board, and vice versa. Most viewers, listeners, readers of BBC News would expect to hear news that is impartial, not censored. BBC licence payers would expect that they are being told, openly and honestly, about health issues - including the harm that drugs and vaccines can do to our health.

If there is any doubt, whatsoever, that the MMR vaccine might be a linked with the epidemic of autism, parents should be told about that information, they should have the evidence, they should know before they decide whether to submit their children for the vaccination.

If the BBC had been honest enough to provide the information beyond the 2004 study, even if they had informed us that the 2004 study was fraudulent in 2014, as they could have done, how many children would have been able to develop normally, without the handicaps caused to children within the autism spectrum?

Every family in Britain, especially those with autistic children, should be demanding an apology from mainstream news organisations, but particularly the BBC, who have a very specific responsibility to inform the public about important issues like this.

Anyone who wants to complain to the BBC about their censorship of this issue should click on this link, and ask why they have failed to inform them about this fraudulent research.