New “WITHOUT CONSENT” Website Launched
Gary Matsumoto, an author and Emmy award winning investigative broadcast and print journalist, today launched the new media website WithoutConsent. Focusing on reactive squalene oil adjuvants used in H1N1 “swine flu” vaccines licensed in Europe, which drug companies are pressing the FDA to license in the U.S., Matsumoto’s web-based news outlet will contain original pay-per-download information that doesn’t get printed in the mainstream media.
Inside Information on H1N1 vaccine
“We will cover some of the same stories that you read in the usual outlets but we delve deeper and we read the fine print,” said Matsumoto. “In our inaugural newsletter we have something to tell you about the swine flu vaccination program that you should know. It could help protect you and your family.”
How Do the Numbers Stack Up?
The first newsletter, which contains referenced information from more than a decade of research into squalene adjuvants, Matsumoto includes facts and figures. To make a point, he asks “Did you know there is an illness called “Human Adjuvant Disease?” and “What links the numbers 3, 30, 46,000 and 900,000 to the swine flu vaccination program?”
• 9 is the number of diseases induced in lab animals by oil adjuvants;
• 30 is the number of scientific papers published in peer-reviewed journals that show the oil squalene, which is being used in H1N1 swine flu adjuvants, causes crippling diseases in animals inject with it;
• 46,000 is the approximate number of people enrolled in clinical trials around the world to test influenza vaccines containing squalene
• 900,000 is the number of Britons injected with a toxic oil advjuvant between 1963 and 1965 before the manufacturer voluntarily withdrew it from the market
What About Informed Consent?
Referring to the clinical trials of oil-adjuvanted H1N1 vaccines being given to healthy people around the world, Matsumoto said “Any health official failing to give this information to a person before vaccination with an adjuvant containing this oil has denied that person the capacity to give true informed consent. “ He added “You can’t make good decisions with bad information.”
Squalene is an Autotoxicant
Gary Matsumoto is the only reporter in the history of the U.S. Army Chemical School to complete a training course to decontaminate the nerve agents, sarin and VX, using the real thing. In 2002, he co-authored a scientific study “Squalene is an Autotoxicant Inducing Polyarthritis in Rats and Immunopathies in Man” with Michael Whitehouse and Frances W.J. Beck. Whitehouse and Beck discovered the toxicity of injected squalene while conducting research at UCLA Medical Center in the 1970s.
Two years later, Matsumoto published Vaccine A: The Covert Government Experiment That Killing Our Soldiers and Why GI’s Are Only the First Victims, which examined clinical evidence that American and British service members were injured after being injected with squalene-laced vaccines. It remains the only published book exposing the dangers posed by a new generation of experimental vaccines containing oil-based adjuvants.
Investigative Journalism Pro
Over the past 15 years, Gary Matsumoto has conducted investigations for Dateline NBC, NBC Nightly News, ABC World News Tonight, ABC Good Morning America, Fox News Channel, the Washington Post, Vanity Fair, Science magazine and Bloomberg News. He specializes in business, military affairs; and in health and science.
His Bloomberg Television (BTV) investigations into unethical business practices on Wall Street earned twelve awards in business and finance news in 2008-2009. His program “401(k) Hidden Fees” won the 2008 Business Emmy for Outstanding Investigative Reporting of a Business News Story Magazine and Long Form. It was Bloomberg’s first Emmy in any category. Since BTV’s creation in 1994, the network received a total of 5 Emmy nominations; Matsumoto’s work garnered 3 of them. More viewers watched his investigation into manipulative short selling than any other program ever shown on BTV.
Berlin, Tiananmen, Romania & Iraq
Matsumoto’s career gave him a front-row seat to history-in-the-making around the globe. As a London-based foreign correspondent for NBC News, he interviewed European prime ministers, hobnobbed with royalty and rock stars and dodged bullets in Iraq, Romania and the People’s Republic of China -- reporting stories from more than 40 countries on 5 continents.
In all, Matsumoto received nearly two dozen broadcast journalism awards as a National and Foreign Correspondent for NBC News, a Senior Correspondent for the Fox News Channel and Specials Unit reporter and producer for Bloomberg Television. You can still hear his 1989 radio broadcasts from the Berlin Wall and Tiananmen Square at the Paley Center for Media in New York.
Speaking at NVIC’s Public Conference on Vaccination
In an Oct. 3 presentation at the Fourth International Public Conference on Vaccination entitled “Without Consent, What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You,” Gary Matsumoto will be giving an overview of how and why squalene oil adjuvants are so toxic and can cause catastrophic immune dysfunction.
Covering Expenses, Donating to NVIC
WithoutConsent is an experiment in investigative journalism reported on the internet by an award winning journalist who wants to report the news that mainstream media won’t and not give it away for free. “Opinions are cheap.” said Matsumoto. “Real reporting is expensive. Journalism is a business, and so is WithoutConsent. The difference is we aren’t captive to our advertisers. We plege to report the inconvenient truth, provided our revenues can cover our costs.”
A portion of the proceeds from the small pay-per-download fee charged for obtaining information through the WithoutConsent website is being donated by Gary Matsumoto to the National Vaccine Information Center.
Download The First Newsletter
For more information and to download the first newsletter on the toxicity of squalene adjuvants being used in H1N1 “swine flu” vaccines in Europe that may be put in U.S. vaccines in the future, go to www.without-consent.com or click here.