I love all these conspiracy theories and the idea that public servants are 'covering' something up.
Really??? I've worked for the government, any covering up would be a pure accident. Not that I didn't work with some great people, but to suggest that it would be possible to cover up something as large as this really shows a complete lack of understanding of how governments and the public service operates.
I have also never understood who benefits from the cover up? In Australia (not sure about the US), the vaccines are available on the PBS. No middle men are getting paid anything to give or not give the vaccines.
Sure there is a lot of money spent on research for vaccines, but there is equally a lot of money spent on research for cancer treatment, heart disease and hundreds of other diseases - but fraud and cover up is only pointed at vaccines? What am I missing?
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26-08-2014 20:28 #21
26-08-2014 20:59 #22
Maybe they've not yet commented because they're investigating the claims. In this age of gut reaction and immediate news, it's better to be prepared and correct the first time around than it is to make a hasty announcement without all the facts.
Or they don't think it's worth addressing a budding conspiracy theory at all?
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26-08-2014 21:03 #23
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26-08-2014 21:12 #24
Dude, our government can't even reach a consensus on the state of our economy (Is it good? Is it bad? Do we need to ring up MyBudget?) or agree on whether or not climate change exists. Conspiracy against the Australian people? I don't think so.
27-08-2014 15:02 #25Senior Member
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Maybe the CDC doesn't want to fuel the fire so speak? If they are dealing with anti vaccine movement - then why would they respond? Nothing they can say will make it better - we are basically talking about a whole movement that completely denies vaccine science (but not any other science:roll eyes and yet now the anti vaxx movement are taking them not saying anything as a sign of guilt?
I don't think so. I've realised, there is just no arguing with those types - maybe the CDC has realised that too?
27-08-2014 15:05 #26
I like how at the top of the page they're trying to sell you subscriptions to their website. Seems legit.
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