In what is perhaps the biggest news event of the year (that the mainstream media does not want to cover), the full ramifications of Dr. William Thompson of the CDC coming forward as a whistleblower to confess that the CDC has covered up data linking vaccines to autism are yet to be seen.
However, while blame and (hopefully) criminal complaints more than likely await many people who participated in this cover-up, there is one man who deserves honor, and to whom the mainstream media owes a huge apology to: Dr. Andrew Wakefield.
Já alguma vez paraste para pensar quanto pagamos por água? É simplesmente o recurso natural mais abundante do planeta e foi possível consumir da torneira durante longos anos sem qualquer alerta. Este vídeo dá-nos uma perspectiva diferente sobre o consumo da água da torneira ao invés de água engarrafada.
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