Seen as a victory by American anti-vaccine advocates and as an historic admission by the US government that vaccines cause autism, the Department of
Health & Human Services recently conceded in a lawsuit that five vaccines simultaneously given to a Georgia girl, Hannah Poling when she was 19 months
old, “aggravated a rare underlying metabolic condition that resulted in a brain disorder with features of autism spectrum disorder”. The sick crap
about these vaccine cases is that you cannot sue the manufacturers directly. They are held in a special vaccine “court” and the best outcome
possible even in there is to get some money from a federal vaccine fund. Even if a person believes the government is good and loving, and of course,
there are people who do lie to milk some payments for themselves, but this unreasonable scorched earth policy is the smoking gun proof in this pudding
of the Siamese twin style relationship between the government and the drug companies.
The government and medical associations insist that vaccines are 100% safe, and that there’s zero proof of any link between them and autism, despite
all of the evidence pointing in the opposite direction. Safe? Hell, maybe the government’s right and what happened to little Hannah Poling is just
an isolated case. Maybe not, though. Judicial Watch found, through a Freedom of Information Act request, that there were over 8,000 adverse reaction
reports related to Merck’s HPV Gardasil vaccine in the two years since it has been approved for girls. These include the experiences of: Jamie
Venice, who passed out and had a seizure after her shot, and three others who got paralyzed after theirs, and a dozen deaths to top it all off. The
FDA, in an email to CBS, said none of these events are surprising to them, nor are the faintings that are “a common event” with teens and young
adults after vaccinations. I bet if you asked the FDA about the Russian spy guy who had all the radioactive poison in his body before he died,
they’d have said he was Olympic ready!
In America the debate is swirling and swarming. What’s causing the blaze of autism rate increases? It’s so mysterious. In 1990 the national rate
of autism was 4.7 out of every 10,000 children. Now it’s 60 in 10,000, or about 1 in 166. In some parts of the country it’s even worse, at 1 in
150. Yes, you guessed right, I’m going to bring up mercury. Jim Donnelly, father of a boy who developed autism after taking his shots (pun intended)
says that when he got tested, 20 times the EPA safety limit of mercury was found in his body. Actually, no amount of mercury is safe. Some
children’s bodies dump most of it out, but others don’t and these end up as the many sad statistics. This is why, when Dr. Mady Hornig of Columbia
University did his own mercury-autism link experiment, he found this:
Hornig injected a strain of mice with genetic tissues similar to those found in children with mercury-laden vaccines equivalent to what kids got
in the 1990’s. The mice developed profound brain problems.
So what types of behavior did Hornig see in the mice, and how does that compare with what we call autism? Dr. Hornig answers, “All sorts of
strange behaviors that were repetitive in nature, where animals would just keep repeating the same behavior in a very stereotyped fashion.”
It wasn’t just repetition — the mice withdrew from their surroundings like autistic children. They resisted change and developed brain
abnormalities affecting emotion and thinking, also like autistic children.
The National Autism Association is thinking along similar lines, questioning the validity of one of the studies saying that mercury containing
ingredient thimerosal has no link to autism that the AMA and FDA no doubt love to throw in the faces of those disputing the official story about
vaccines. PR Newswire reports: