Can you guess what side of the informed consent and vaccine risk controversy NPR is on? It’s like walking into a meat market and asking the butchers their opinion on a vegan diet. It’s unrealistic to expect the butcher to suggest eliminating meat from their customers’ diets, isn’t it? Likewise, NPR isn’t likely going to be asking safety questions, or tolerate them being asked on their platform, as it relates to the industry and agenda represented by their choice of logo.
Media is a pay-to-play occupation, like most businesses, who are beholden to their funders to produce results. There is a reason why the pharmaceutical industry is the primary funder of mainstream media (outside election cycles). The influence is deeper than simply display ads. Pharma’s vast resources garners profound influence and impacts the direction and tone of reporting, especially on topics like “vaccine hesitancy” or informed consent, which is diametically opposed to the pharmaceutical industry’s bottom line.
It is therefore not surprising that NPR would publish a highly biased piece titled, “For Some Anti-Vaccine Advocates, Misinformation Is Part Of A Business,” against me, the founder and co-founder of both a natural health information website — GreenMedInfo.com — and a health freedom advocacy platform — Stand For Health Freedom. Both are ad-free and open for public use with no login or membership required, and are used by millions around the world, each year.greenmedinfo Sayer Ji’s Full NPR Cross-Interview [VIDEO] + NPR’s Article Reveals