Yeah, you know that ridiculous article “I was an anti-vax crackpot — until this happened” by Jane Ridley in the New York Post that reads like an advertorial… you know, paid content, native advertising—where a paid advertisement for a company or industry is cleverly camouflaged to look and sound like an authentic feature or news article? Yeah, advertorial. Remember, the New York Post is owned by News Corp., which is led by the Murdoch family. Rupert Murdoch is the Founder and Executive Co-Chairman of News Corp. His son Lachlan is also Executive Co-Chairman, and his other son Robert James is CEO. So, this is a family business. Rupert bought the New York Post in 1976, so the newspaper is manifestly Murdochian. The Murdoch family has long maintained huge financial ties to the pharmaceutical industry, particularly Britain’s GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). In 2009, Robert James joined GSK as a Non-Executive Director, and he sat on the company’s “ethics committee.” GSK is the manufacturer of the MMR vaccine which Dr. Andrew Wakefield called into question over safety concerns. Ya see now?