Update 5 July: 422 want the truth about Bradstreet.
by Mary W Maxwell
As reported, Dr Jeff Bradstreet died on June 19, 2015, of a gunshot would to the chest. His body was found in a river. There are two words that should not be used by the media in connection with Bradstreet’s death –- although they do appear in almost every one of the online dailies.
The first of these words is CONTROVERSIAL, as in “his autism research is controversial.” Sorry but the controversy does not inhere in the work; it describes the thinking that goes on in the mind of the onlooker (which means now the minds of everyone who reads those misleading death notices). Bradstreet’s work is fine and eclectic and innovative and devout. He inquires in a proper scientific way (Hey, remember “proper scientific way”?), so that’s that. Stop using the C word.
The other word is SUICIDE — or, as they have been putting it, “apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.” You would have to wonder, in relation to any person, what a SELF-INFLICTED gunshot would look like such that it would be “APPARENT.” Seriously, what would it look like in comparison to a gunshot that was done by a murderer? Aren’t they identical?
The correct word to describe Jeff’s sudden departure at age 60 (with a 20-year-old autistic son) is MURDER. Bradstreet was wiped off the face of the earth. I will canvass a few possible reasons for it. For starters, I can simply quote him, as to what dangers he sensed.
Hints from His Video of May, 2015
In a video linked below he includes, in his power-point presentation, a screen on “Big Pharmer.” It is a large graphic. Jeff says to the audience “I’ve covered up who this was actually talking about, for my own safety.” That bit occurs at 35 minutes into the video. Pretty straightforward indication that he felt endangered, though it was mentioned only lightly.
He is standing at a podium marked “AutismOne,” so I assume it was filmed at the May 2015 conference in Chicago. I was lucky to attend his lectures at both the 2013 and 2014 AutismOne Conferences in Chicago. Below I will post my notes from the 2014 thing, and a link to my article regarding the 2013 meeting. (I did not travel there again this year.)
AutismOne’s Chicago conference is a happy event where parents, doctors, and inveterate stickybeaks like myself can go and have some intelligent discussion about the outrageous epidemic of autism. It is run by Ed Arranga, et ux, whose two very handsome sons suffer from autism.
A bit further into the video, Bradstreet says quite casually that it’s nice that there is big research going on at University of California, Davis, where there’s money and California-type freedom and “you can talk about it and not get beat up and go to jail.” How nice. Fancy not having to get beat up for trying to help autistic kids. Isn’t that terrific. Gee.
His Far-Ranging Research Efforts
Now to what Bradstreet stands for. I’ll only say what I already knew about him; I am not attempting to comb his publications to get the full downlow. I do know that he favored stem cell therapy. In my opinion, stem cells can do anything.
Aside: You may have heard that a Japanese woman, Dr Haruko Obokata, made an announcement last year that she had found a way to make stem cells by teasing adult cells into becoming pluripotent. Her article was then retracted from Science and her boss committed suicide by hanging himself from a staircase at work.
Personally I conjecture that her work is correct and that her boss was killed, but being a stranger to Japanese culture I cannot know for sure. I will say that the fact that they found 5 suicide notes from him (Yoshiki Sasai) does not close the matter. FBI-type labs are expert producers of letters in anyone’s handwriting.
Back to Jeff. It was in 2013 that I heard him promoting stem cell therapy for autism (for which the patient would need to travel to the Ukraine!). By 2014 he was preaching positive about a brain-calming device, magnetic resonance therapy.
He was also interested in treating autism by way of — dare I say it, oh what the hell I may as well say it — cannabis. Any one of those three things could have annoyed the feds. His office was officially raided by the Food and Drug Administration a day or so before he was murdered.
The Resident Conspiracy Theory
Still, I have a different theory as to why we can no longer have the pleasure of Dr Bradstreet’s company. And by the way, it has nothing to do with vaccines. (Many articles about him are emphasizing his anti-vax position. Maybe they are accurate although I didn’t even know he was an anti-vaxxer; he didn’t mention it at the two lectures I attended.)
OK, here is my theory, FWIW. I think the murderers go on their murder mission if they find anyone who is popular, on any subject. Jeff, although soft spoken, was a man of authority and a man of deep Christian feeling. (Some Moms have reported, at the website AgeOfAutism.com, that he prayed over their babes before treating them.)
God knows, we can’t have someone combining religion, caring, friendliness, and medical cleverness, can we? Go get him! Wipe him out. First try smearing him – but that wasn’t going to work because families who love how he helped their little one are not going to believe scandals.
Second, try tying him up for years with lawsuits, income tax audits, or whatever. Or give him a disabling illness, or make his sister get Alzheimer’s, etc. Or arrange for him to be in a train wreck. Why not? That would kill a few hundred others into the bargain. How efficient!
If you need more dirt on how they persecute doctors, please see my book Consider the Lilies: A Review of 18 Cures for Cancer and Their Legal Status.
Now I’ll show the offending video, and below that I will haul out the notes I wrote at the 2014 AutismOne Conference. These appear in my book, A Balm in Gilead: Curing Autism and Awakening the Physicians. You can obtain the book PDF for the price of nada.
Speaking of money, you could send a symbolic sum of, say, five dollars to the fund that is being collected by his brother Thomas, to investigate Jeff’s death. That will increase the total number of donors, which has already reached 300 after 5 days. Donations so far add up to $21K of the target $25K.
Family Comment in Favor of the Investigation
On the donation page his ex-wife has posted this note, which just about says it all:
“Hello, I am Lori Bradstreet, the former wife of Dr Jeff Bradstreet. I thank you all, as do our children, for the love, prayers, and support for Jeff. I would like to verify this site and the family’s desire to know the truth. Many have said that I knew Jeff the best of all. Maybe this is true, I cannot say for sure. However, I can say that he was tirelessly dedicated to his family and treated his patients as family. He was a champion for the truth. He was a fighter and would never just quit. His desire to be ‘the voice for those had no voice’ was evident in all he did. What we were told happened really does defy all reason. Thank you for all your help to find the truth.”
See? Now here’s his 2015 lecture, with the clue at 35 min:
Here are my scribbles from the rather mixed-bag meeting:
Notes from the May, 2014 Conference of AutismOne, organized by Ed and Terri Arranga, at Intercontinental Hotel at O’Hare Airport. Registration: $99.00. Value: priceless. .
(At AutismOne, it’s a blessing that osteopaths, MDs, physical therapists, homeopaths, naturopaths, and nutritionists – and parents — are all given a chance to say what they need to say.)
- Erika Peirson, a naturopath, declared that Down syndrome is really hypothyroidism and is treatable.
- Judy Mikovits, PhD, who has done prison time for her efforts in regard to showing that Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is caused by a retrovirus, thinks autism may be similarly caused.
- Soma Mukhopadyay, founder of the Rapid Prompting Method, said that when the non-verbal autistic child comes to her, she first must discern which of his learning channels is open. By the way, she teaches classes in this skill; thus you can become an authorized practitioner of the RPM.
- Jerry Tennant, MD, who was bedridden for seven years with encephalitis, stated that in almost all types of illness the body loses voltage and that one needs to obtain electrical stimulation to increase the voltage, if the body fails to do this on its own.
- Tami Duncan advised a spiritual kind of healing for Lyme.
- Steven Kossor, psychologist, said it’s possible in 36 states for an autistic child to get Medicaid benefits, without means testing or assets testing, by being declared a “family of one.”
- Jimmy Gutman, MD (who said he “lost his virginity” by coming to this conference) claims that glutathione is the master anti-oxidant. Said there are 100,000 articles on Pubmed re glutathione, yet most physicians know little about it. (Makes you wonder, why are those 100,000 authors working on something that does not have a clinical application, so to speak?).
- Stephanie Seffe, PhD, a biochemist at MIT, said that the epidemic of autism runs in parallel with, and is caused by, the use of Monsanto’s “roundup ready” corn and pesticides.
- Mayer Eisenstein, MD, advised that seeking a philosophical exemption or a medical exemption re vaccines is unwise. Better to go for constitutionally protected religious exemption. From the floor, Marcella Piper-Terry volunteered a text to this effect: “We believe religiously that God made a perfect immune system for us, which calls for exposure to some diseases in early life, and vaccination is likely to mess up God’s work.”
- Rashid Buttar, a toxicologist, said that he treats every case with chelation for mercury and has great results. Buttar said that when he was charged with wrong treatment (in cancer), he brought the recovered patients to court and the judge deemed that “irrelevant.” (This caused a lady in the audience to make a fuss over the practice of putting certain decision-makers in jail.)
- Theoharis Theoharides, PhD, MD, said many ASD children present with “allergic-like” symptoms that imply activation of a unique immune cell, the mast cell, which is activated by allergic, environmental, infectious, or stress-related triggers, to release pro-inflammatory and neurotoxic molecules.
- Kerri Rivera, who at last year’s meeting introduced the use of sodium chlorite, says she has recovered 115 children! It seems that this compound kills parasites or offending microbes.
- James Bradstreet, MD, proposed the use of MRT, magnetic resonance therapy, to calm both the Mom and her kids. He and Dr Yin discussed cannabis and Vitamin D treatments.
- Neil Sharp, MD, showed the use of movement in therapy.
- Svetlana Masgutova works with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and studies movement and reflex integration processes to facilitate sensory processing, motor-physical and sensory-motor rehabilitation.
- Andrew Wakefield, MD, formerly on the UK register, oh those halcyon days, mumbled something about epidemics leading with the worst cases.
- Gabor Lednyiczk, naturopath, hopped over from Budapest to discuss bioregulation therapy, functional electrodynamics testing, and bioenergetics processes. He spoke of Georges Lakhovsky!
- Theresa Deisher, PhD, physiologist, blamed the worldwide autism epidemic on vaccines contaminated with human fetal tissue “Insertional mutagenesis can be triggered by vaccines.”
- Nicksartproject.org adorned the hotel hallway with beauty.
- William Walsh, PhD, who said he has seen 6,500 autism patients, claimed that most mental illnesses have to do with over-methylation or under-methylation. A Dad asked him what could be done for his 11-year-old autistic son who has just started to be very aggressive. Walsh replied “See if he is low in zinc and high in copper. If so, use trimethylglycerine.” Walsh’s great book (re schizophrenia) is Nutrient Power (revised 2014).
- Alyson Witherspoon hosted a meeting of activists called “One in Two” – the projection is that soon one in two American kids will be chronically ill!
- Lisa Goes hosted a cocktail hour for the Thinking Moms.
- Shawn Centers, DO, told of the original idea of osteopathy, which attends to the movement of the cranial bones. (He said most young DO’s have to pay student loans, so now write allopathic prescriptions rather than take the time to be osteopaths.) Asked how soon after birth the umbilical cord should be clamped, he advised “later not sooner.”
- Andrew McCabe, PsyD, gave me his book The Gifted One. It says: “The world over, the young and old perceive through eyes that are the same, and yet they perceive so differently.
Mary W Maxwell, PhD (Politics), LLB, lives in Adelaide. You can buy her latest book, Truth in Journalism, co-authored with Dee McLachlan, here at gumshoenews.com. It’s a steal at $10 AUD, plus postage.
Mary’s wrap-up of the earlier AutismOneConference (2013) is at http://rense.com/general96/autism.html