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Pediatrics researchers prove iatrogenic "Permanent Brain Injury or Death" link while trying to disprove, minimize, and lie about it
“We know they are lying. They know they are lying. They know that we know they are lying. And still they continue to lie.” — attributed to Alexander Solzhenitsyn, author of The Gulag Archipelago
Critical Reading and Video Review
Article: Acute Encephalopathy Followed by Permanent Brain Injury or Death Associated With Further Attenuated Measles Va€€ine$
Journal: Pediatrics 1998 March
Publisher: American Academy of Pediatrics
Exposure period was 1970-1993
The drugs used at that time may have been changed by now, but of course that does not lessen the injuries and deaths that have already occurred.
What they found and reported, even while trying to deny and minimize the findings:
They found that many children were killed or permanently brain injured by these va€€ine$. Each death is of course a tragedy. Permanent brain injuries included “mental regression and retardation, chronic seizures [which always results in additional brain damage because each seizure causes more injury], motor and sensory deficits [eg, paralysis and partial paralysis], and movement disorders.”
How they tried to lie and “not find” any link:
1. UNDER-REPORTING OF CASES by using underpowered database that only captures 1-10% of events:
They started by using a biased database notorious for under-reporting of injuries, generally capturing only 1% to 10% of occurrences. In other more recent publications by the US CDC, 37% of healthcare providers have acknowledged witnessing a *recognized* adverse vaccine event but only 17% have made a report to VAERS. This means that 55% of healthcare providers have remained silent even after witnessing one or more adverse [injection] reactions. This provides additional proof that the VAERS system used for this particular publication is grossly under-powered—see citation in image below.
2. UNDER-REPORTING OF CASES by using unreliable reporting system, which is purely voluntary and actively discouraged within the medical culture:
They failed to mention that doctors and nurses are not trained to identify nor report [injection] injuries; therefore, relying on reports by doctors and nurses will under-estimate the number of actual events.
3. UNDER-REPORTING OF CASES by arbitrarily limiting the consideration of cases to those that occur within 15 days of injection even when they already knew that some cases would occur 25 days later:
They used a completely unjustified and arbitrary time-frame to limit the number of considered cases, eg within 15 days. No justification for this limitation exists, but it clearly served to further limit the number of identified cases. They already knew and reported that some cases would not be identified until 25 days after injection—therefore, even by using their own data, their time-frame of 15 days is completely unjustified.
4. OVER-REPORTING OF BACKGROUND CASES by 350% in an attempt to “normalize” brain damage in the general population:
The authors over-reported the background/natural incidence of brain disorders in order to make the injections appear safer and less consequential.
5. THEY ESTABLISHED A CLEAR CAUSAL/DIRECT RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THESE INJECTIONS AND BRAIN INJURY: Yes, these Measles [injections] cause brain injury and death in (some) children, so the only remaining strategy for minimizing this horror is to say that it is “rare”
The authors conclude and clearly communicate that these va€€ine$ are directly responsible for the brain injury and death among some of these unfortunate children; no doubt about it: cause-and-effect relationship, nonrandom.
Thus, at this point, the only tactic the authors can use in order to minimize the importance of this grave finding (qualitative: direct, causal, iatrogenic) is to attempt to minimize the quantity/number of affected children. This is a common technique to minimize the impact and importance of the deaths and injuries caused by this important profit-center for the medical profession: they simply minimize and deny the problem by describing it as “rare.”
They minimize the quantitative impact of this causal finding by using these tactics:
Using an unreliable database notorious for under-reporting cases by 90-99% per #1 above,
Using unreliable reporters with zero training in the documentation of these injuries and who are actively discouraged from volunteering their time to make these reports per #2 above,
Under-counting the cases by arbitrarily limiting the cases included to those that occur within 15 days when they knew very clearly that some injuries would not be obvious until at least 25 days later
Over-estimating the number of background cases per #4 above,
Falsely stating that their system was reliable (!), as in the final paragraph provided below from the conclusion of their article
Here in the final paragraph (below), the authors resort to completely lying about the quality of their data (by saying that most cases of injury were captured by their uninformed, discouraged, and voluntary system) and further stating that the VAERS compensation program is “generous” which is a complete insult to the parents and children who suffer through the years of legal battles required even for the receipt of the most modest compensation to barely cover legal, medical, nursing, and home-care needs, not to mention the mental/emotional anguish and loss of mobility and income (etc) imposed on the surviving family members.
VIDEO REVIEW AND COMMENTARY
“We know they are lying.
They know they are lying.
They know that we know they are lying.
We know that they know we know they are lying.
And still they continue to lie.”
— attributed to Alexander Solzhenitsyn, author of The Gulag Archipelago
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