Monday, March 01, 2010
Generation Rescue's Fraud Exposed
This helps show what I've been stating for the last year or so, that Generation Rescue is psychological warfare designed to discredit everyone who tells the truth about how thimerosal causes autism. GR jumped into the game when they learned about Desiree Jennings and "cured" her, using a doctor who was infamous for shooting urine into people and calling it medicine. Now, when this fraud is exposed, it adds to the publicity that shows GR to be a fraudulent operation.
This does not mean that all of the decent parents who were conned by GR to act as Rescue Angels and help others to cure autism are doing anything fraudulent. They aren't. I used to be one of them until I saw the corruption within GR. I still advise people how to cure autism.
When Generation Rescue is caught being a participant in this sort of fraud, it makes everyone who's associated with them also look like frauds. It plays to the media so they can use this fraud to discredit all of the decent and honest parents who tell the truth about how thimerosal in vaccines causes autism. It can be used by the media to make it look like everyone who really does cure autism is part of a giant hoax.
One would have to be extremely naive to believe that this whole hoax was not set up by Generation Rescue themselves. If you want to destroy an organization, the best way to do it is by taking over the organization. Let the people within the group believe they have solid leadership. Then, sell them out and discredit everything they stand for. That's exactly what JB Handley and David Kirby have done. I believe they used Jenny McCarthy because they knew they didn't need any help in making her look like an idiot. She could do that all by herself.
The question nobody thinks to ask here is: How come Desiree forgot that Dr Buttar had cured her and she had no need to pretend she was still affected by the damage from the flu shot? We can surmise that Desiree got nervous when the reporter confronted her and forgot that detail of the acting job she had performed some months earlier. So, we can safely conclude that the whole thing was a fraud and the big losers are those parents who tout Generation Rescue and Dr Buttar as curers of autism. Now, more people will see GR as a bunch of loonies, just as it seems JB Handley wanted.