reply to post by artistpoet
Do you have any personal experience of Autism? Add to your list Vaccinations I do have personal experience and like thousands the story follows the
same line Vaccination - Seizures - Arrested Development and Physical ailments regarding the way the Vaccines attack the young persons developing
Immune System Have you seen for example what Mercury does to nerves - It withers the sheath on contact and so the nerve dies almost instantly So far
there has been no real investigation into this connection This is all Dr Wafefield asked for but was met with a wall of resistance - Have you read his
book "Callous Disregard" I am saying beware of Vaccinations - Beware so called experts The British Medical Association along with Big Pharma and
Government has colluded to cover up the dangers of their Frankenstien Vaccines as they always do Big Pharma owns physicians and medical school
faculty says investigator – Harvard Law School
I have high functioning Aspergers, and I'm pretty old. I have one seriously affected male relative with ASD, and know about six young boys with ASD
(all mild, three with Aspergers). The youngest Aspie wasn't given any vaccinations until he was three, as his much older brother had been diagnosed
as an Aspie and their mother read all the BS that your lot put out. Unvaccinated, the younger boy was diagnosed with Aspergers at three. His mother
then vaccinated him. The male relative with ASD I could see wasn't quite right from birth as his face was a little odd (and still is), but his whole
family swear blind he was fine until his jabs, which is BS as he was withdrawn and had digestive problems from the start. I find it fascinating that
you seem oblivious to the huge number of ASD cases where people knew there was something wrong with the kid from birth, or where close family members
sharing a condtion made a genetic cause damn obvious. My eldest child also is a high functioning Aspie. Genetics again.
As you can see, my personal experience shows that vaccination is in no way to blame for my or several other ASD cases. I can remember kids from school
in the seventies who would be diagnosed as ASD now, but then were just 'odd' or 'naughty'. I wasn't diagnosed until recently. So I can be pretty
sure the whole increase in rates of autism is down to better diagnosis; although I don't think I have a problem. I just function differently, not
The list of neuro toxic substances in common use is as long as your arm. There's no evidence the thimerasol damage is any worse than a bunch of
others we are constantly exposed to. Why are you not screaming about antidepressants, those DO cause Autism when a foetus is exposed to it. Or alcohol
damage, which brain damages a baby no end. If you were saying the mercury was causing in utero damage that would make more sense. Anyway, they stopped
using the mercury in child vaccinations in California, and the diagnosis of autism keeps increasing. Kind of makes the whole 'mercury causes autism'
claim look weak.
You've assumed I haven't read up on the assorted vaccine/autism work. Well you don't know me. I did. Somebody went on about it to me, so in my
obsessive way I dug up every single published paper, good and bad, and assembled it into neat little logic flow charts to dissect and analyse it. The
bulk of the reseacrh is showing it's genetics and some in utero problems. The ASD kids have different brain structure and growth patterns from the
start, different facial structure and a bunch of other developmental problems that can only occur during foetal stages, and the statistical work
supporting a vaccine cause for autism was just appallingly poorly done.
I also have an in depth understanding of how academics think. No amount of cash would keep them quiet as a group if they seriously thought vaccines
cause damage. A more holier than thou bunch you won't find.
As for Pharma owns physicians and medical school faculty says investigator – Harvard Law School
Yes, they pay people to do work. They
don't own ALL scientists or fund EVERY study, as you seen convinced they do. But I'm worried how keen you are to overlook the financial incentive
that the authors of this study had (pending lawsuit) and Wakefield had (hawking his own vaccine in the eighties).
If you think everyone
who publishes something that contradicts you is a paid shill (which you seem to do) then you're paranoid. I mean,
clinically. It's also a great way to dismiss anyone who provides information that threatens your beliefs. It also means no-one can ever show you
anything to change your mind, as everything that disagrees with you is by definition part of a conspiracy.
Anyone curious, I'm the sort of Aspie that doesn't stop talking. As if you couldn't guess.