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"Gradualism, Under the Microscope: A Shot in the Dark 2.0"

This evening at HarambeeRadio.com on 'Connecting the Dots' 7PM to 9PM  (EST) "Gradualism, Under the Microscope: A Shot in the Dark 2.0". Recently the former Chief Scientific Officer at the Department of Health (Britain), Dr. Peter Fletcher stated about the mounting evidence that the MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella) vaccine is an cause of Autism. We (CTD) have covered this previously. The Autism rates have absolutely exploded! Particularly within the African Diaspora. Changing lives, changing families, changing our world. Yet, we continue to march our children into a system steeped in "scientific animus". A 360% greater chance of African-American males vaccinated with the MMR vaccine before the age of 36 months are at a increased risk for Autism! We are in the mist of a on-going manufactured epidemics and pandemics (Autism, Diabetes, Cancer, Endocrine Disruptive Diseases, etc.) yet we simply act as if nothing is wrong. One of our great prophets, Gil Scott-Heron asked "are we just stupid or naïve? 

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