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Screen Censors | Sharyl Attkisson

The sudden withdrawal of a film from the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival in New York touched off debate over a hot topic—the increasing effort to control what the public sees. Is it censorship, and who gets to decide? The film that sparked the controversy is Vaxxed. “Oh my God, I cannot believe we did what we did. Um, but we did.” It’s the story of a CDC scientist who says he and senior colleagues hid links between autism and MMR vaccine—for measles, mumps and rubella, particularly in African-American boys.

6 Responses to Screen Censors | Sharyl Attkisson

  1. Mark Reply

    August 1, 2016 at 3:21 pm

    This country was founded on the belief of Individual Freedoms and Liberties; the 1st being the Freedom of Speech. One of the downfalls of any country is the censorship of that Freedom and Liberty of Speech. Nazi, Germany; Communist Russia, Cuba and China, and many others stopped the Freedom of speech because it gave those in power more control over the public and provided them with the ability to take over the government and people. It has been happening here for several decades only much slower and silently – the frog in cold water as it heats up won’t jump out of the pot.

    To censor a film of this nature only shows how afraid (and powerful) the government and drug companies are. Both are only entities. They do not serve the people. Their only interest is control over the population as we mean NOTHING to them. Governments and companies are made up of PEOPLE. It is people who make decisions. It is persons/people who turn on their own kind by keeping secrets and censoring the truth. It is individual persons who have their own interests at heart who come together to make decisions affecting the rest of us. When 2 or more persons (CEO’s or government agents) come together and make decisions to fill their own pockets and affect the rest of humanity it is a conspiracy by definition. It is NOT a theory. It is NOT some nut-case thinking this up. It is factual, demonstrable and right in front of our eyes. But let the media get a hold of it and you are labeled and disgraced. They attack the messenger and NEVER the message because it is the MESSAGE that stands on its own merit and they can not show you that.
    Until the people come together in greater numbers, “they” will get away with whatever “they” want to.

  2. Vincent Nunes Reply

    July 30, 2016 at 1:29 pm

    Science is never “settled”.

  3. André Angelantoni Reply

    July 30, 2016 at 12:04 pm

    All information about screenings and the release of the DVD is at http://vaxxedthemovie.com

  4. NINA gervais Reply

    July 29, 2016 at 2:32 pm

    Am very interested in viewing Vaxxed as I was unable it get until NY at the initial showing. Please let me know where I can see this informative film and let friends know as well..

    NINA Gervais

  5. A. McGuire Reply

    July 29, 2016 at 10:53 am

    Professor Patricia Afterheidy’s last statement , referring to information on vaccinations as being ‘a settled issue’, is a fallacious argument.

    Science, (the search for knowledge) is never ‘settled’. It is always exploring and revising its roadmaps. If it didn’t, we’d still think the earth was flat and the sun revolved around it.

    She’s treating corporate funded and governmental controlled information about vaccines as a fundamentalist ‘doctrine of faith ‘all people should be forced to accept. We have the right to use our own minds, thorough independent research, and logic to determine choices for ourselves and our families.

    • Mr. Al Reply

      August 11, 2016 at 4:24 pm

      Your analysis is dead on.

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