Saturday, June 25, 2011

Jon interviews Mary Holland on the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program

Radio podcast: Click here to listen to the interview.  (Duration: 58min)

In the first half of the program, Jon and Mary discuss Mary's recent paper published in the Pace Environmental Law Review entitled "Unanswered Questions from the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program: A Review of Compensated Cases of Vaccine-Induced Brain Injury." (Mary is co-author of the paper).

In the second half of the program, Jon and Mary discuss Mary's recent book entitled "VACCINE EPIDEMIC: How Corporate Greed, Biased Science, and Coercive Government Threaten Our Human Rights, Our Health, and Our Children." (Mary is co-editor of the book).

Jon writes:

I interviewed Mary Holland, co-author of the book, VACCINE EPIDEMIC. One of the upshots of that conversation was: the official consensus about vaccines is artificially constructed. It is sustained through fear, peer pressure, media close-mindedness, and government intervention.

Which is to say, frankly, that no one in his right mind would accept the pronouncements of the pro-vaccine “community” at face value.

A drone would, though. A drone would automatically assume that all vaccines are necessary and wonderful, because he had heard it voiced so many times, from so many towers of authority, with so much assurance. A drone would slip right into the consensus, thinking he was a first cousin to a “real scientist.”

About Mary Holland:

Mary Holland (site, twitter) -- Research Scholar and Director of the Graduate Legal Skills Program, NYU School of Law, is co-editor of VACCINE EPIDEMIC, a book that exposes corruption, greed, and coercion in America's current vaccination system, for which no sound science exists.  Mary has clerked for a federal judge and worked at the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights and at prominent U.S. law firms. She has testified before Congress, filed amicus briefs, and appeared on Court TV, Fox, CBS, and NBC. She graduated from Harvard College and holds graduate degrees from Columbia University. She is a co-founder and board member of the Center for Personal Rights.

About Jon Rappoport:

Over the last 35 years, Jon Rappoport (site, twitter) has gained a reputation as one of the most relentless medical investigative reporters in the world.  Nominated early in his career for a Pulitzer Prize, Jon has written for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe.  His is currently the associate producer on a film in progress, American Addict, detailing the effects of pharmaceuticals on the US population.

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