As the reality of vaccine-induced brain damage, including autism, becomes more obvious to the general public, our public health officials and their partners in health care will be screaming all the more loud that vaccines are safe and effective. After all, the system cannot allow the “internet misinformation” to increase the percent of those saying no to vaccinations. And, of course, I am sure doctors are getting tired of dealing with parents well educated on vaccination safety, effectiveness and need– risking the loss of profit from a full series of shots.
An article by Judy Converse, MPH RD LD (her blog is Nutrition Care For Children) is so good– does a very good job on what I half attempted the other day on the latest news and revelations– so I could not resist introducing it here.
The article, released on Tuesday, May 10, is a first-of-its-kind investigation, providing critical information for legislators and staff on the Congressionally-created Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP). The report identifies more than 80 individuals who were compensated for vaccine injuries through the VICP who also have documented autism as one of their vaccine-injuries. The government has been saying for decades that these people do not exist.
Mandated (forced) vaccinations are not an option for well-educated parents on the pros and cons of attempted artificial immunizations. Freedom loving folks in the land of liberty do have “personal rights”. Kathryne Pirtle, a frequent contributor here at the Journal, penned a short review on this new book.– Augie
Vaccine Epidemic-How Corporate Greed, Biased Science, and Coercive Government Threaten our Human Rights, Our Health, and our Children
Edited by Louise Kuo Habakus, M.A. (Director, Center for Personal Rights) and
Mary Holland, J.D. (Research Scholar, NYU School of Law)
Skyhorse Publishing, 2011
As it is with most things—more is not always better. It has taken over 15 years of independent world-wide research by extremely concerned parents, doctors, scientists and lawyers to build an undeniable momentum commanding that the protective rubber stamp of approval on vaccine development, safety, mandates and policies be addressed. A book of acute gravity, Vaccine Epidemic, presents an urgent dialogue about the vaccine controversy. The opening dedication—To all who are asking the questions and all who are demanding the answers—summarizes widening public consciousness and mainstream concern regarding vaccine safety.
Through the voices of experts in ethics, law, science, medicine, business, and history, the book requires thoughtful attention and action. An exponential rise in children who are suffering serious vaccine damage will not be ignored, nor will the lack of appropriate medical and governmental action to thwart this trend. Vaccine Epidemic advocates an honest and thorough assessment of vaccination policy and vaccine safety.
Habakus and Holland examine these issues:
The human right to vaccination choice
The ethics and constitutionality of vaccination mandates
Personal narratives of parents, children and soldiers who have suffered vaccine injury
Vaccine safety science and evidence-based medicine
Corrupting conflicts of interest in the national vaccine program
What should parents do? A review of eight advice books on vaccines that span the gamut
We heard two years ago this researcher was missing along with two million dollars of CDC funding. Now he is up for fraud and more. The question also is how the data may have been manipulated– we will see if the charges will stick. — Augie
Published: Thursday, 14 Apr 2011 | 1:03 PM ET
ATLANTA, April 14, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — SafeMinds demands long-overdue independent review of vaccine/autism research for data manipulation and conflicts of interest. Vaccine safety remains questionable.
Poul Thorsen, the principal coordinator of multiple studies funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) used to deny a vaccine/autism link was indicted on April 13th on 13 counts of fraud and 9 counts of money-laundering. The charges relate to funding for work he conducted for the CDC, which claimed to disprove associations between the mercury-based vaccine preservative, thimerosal, and increased rates of autism.
SafeMinds first voiced concerns in 2003 regarding a series of epidemiology studies out of Denmark and under the jurisdiction of Thorsen that provided the basis for the Institute of Medicine’s claim that there was no association between thimerosal and autism. That claim has been responsible for the continued unsafe use of mercury in influenza vaccines in the United States and infant vaccines around the world.
“The quality of this epidemiological research has always been questionable,” states Sallie Bernard, SafeMinds president. “Many biological studies support a link between mercury and autism, but these Danish studies have been used to suppress further research into thimerosal. With clear evidence of Dr. Thorsen’s lack of ethics, it is imperative to reopen this investigation.” From August to October of 2003, three articles on the autism-mercury controversy were published in close succession, all of which used data from a Danish registry for psychiatric research to assess the relationship between autism trends and the use of thimerosal. SafeMinds accessed the registry at the time and reported that a large percentage of diagnosed autism cases are lost from the Danish registry each year and that most of those lost cases were older children.
Since the studies were based on finding fewer older thimerosal-exposed children than younger unexposed children, the validity of their conclusion exonerating thimerosal in autism was questionable and likely a result of missing records rather than true lower incidence rates among the exposed group.
In addition, internal emails obtained via FOIA document discussion between the Danish researchers and Thornsen which acknowledge that the studies did not include the latest data from 2001 where the incidence and prevalence of autism was declining which would be supportive of a vaccine connection.
The emails also include requests from Thornsen to CDC asking that the agency write letters to the journal Pediatrics encouraging them to publish the research after it had been rejected by other journals.
A top CDC official complied with the request sending a letter to the editor of the journal supporting the publication of the study which they called a “strong piece of evidence that thimerosal is not linked to autism.” As fraud charges regarding Thorsen surface, and as we believe the registry was unreliable, SafeMinds is calling for an independent federal investigation of these studies for data manipulation and scientific misconduct. Further background information on these studies, the charges against Dr. Thorsen, and documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act that support SafeMinds’ concerns are available on our website, http://www.safeminds.org.
I have also selected a related video that implies there is much more to uncover– you know, with the money and relationships, even at high levels, when it comes to vaccine safety in relation to neurological disorders.
This is a beautifully written piece on the destruction ethyl mercury in vaccines, more toxic than elemental mercury, have wrought on the children of America–and now many adults. Kathryne Pirtle, a professional musician, food rights activist and a Weston A. Price co-chapter leader from Chicagoland has composed this masterpiece for posting here at the Journal. (more on Kathryne at the end.)– Mr. Augie
The Age of Autism: Mercury, Medicine and a Man-Made Epidemic
Dan Olmstead and Mark Blaxell
(Pub.2010, Thomas Dunne Books, St. Martin’s Press)
Reviewed by Kathryne Pirtle
“A devastating account that shows how medical and manufacturing interests have mounted an assault on human health for decades and covered their tracks along the way: Autistic children are the canaries in the coal mine.” Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
Kathryne Pirtle Authored this Book Review
The Age of Autism is perhaps the most important new book written about the roots of a catastrophic health pandemic affecting our children. While science has sought to find the “germ” or the “genetic link” to illnesses, Olmstead and Blaxill advise that this approach is antiquated and inaccurate when considering autism and possibly many more illnesses. They detail the beginnings of autism as a consequence of environmental toxins. “Perhaps because of the less determinate nature of environmental toxins, when comparing germs and toxins, there is more than just a difference in the accepted standard of causation. Whenever germs are discovered to be an essential part of the disease process, we typically attribute causation solely to the germ. We generally accept that that the measles virus “causes” SSPE and the poliovirus “causes” paralysis even though we don’t know why the condition turns pathogenic in some cases and not others. By contrast, in the case of conditions where environmental exposure is identified as a cause of a disease, instead of linking the exposure with the disease, the most frequent response is to remove the disease label from the case.” Autism is screaming to be understood. We cannot fathom the repercussions of increasing percentages of autism in our children…What will happen to these children? We have no time to waste in finding real solutions. Continue reading →
They do not know what is causing the autism, ADHD and learning disabilities pandemics, but they are damn sure it’s not vaccinations.
They do not know what is causing the epidemics of allergies, asthma or childhood diabetes, but they are damn sure it ‘s not vaccinations.
They do not know what is causing a rising rate of infertility and miscarriages, but they are damn sure it’s not vaccinations. — Augie
Bill Gates equates vaccinations with reducing population growth, as you will see and hear a bit later, and in the next breath accuses pro-vaccine choice educators of being child killers. Continue reading →
In the wake of a massive and coordinated attack by the government/media partnership this week, Dr. Wakefield tells his response to the story in this brief news release. This is a wake-up call to the CDC, public health officials and the medical megaplex, that more and more parents are saying No to vaccinations as pro-vaccine educators and health practitioners speak out. Odd that a 12-year old paper that suggests a link to autism is pulled out at this time–and cause such a great stir. And guess what happened to me near my cubical stall at the health department this week– more on this at the bottom.–Augie
BREAKING NEWS: Statement From Dr. Andrew Wakefield: No Fraud. No Hoax. No Profit Motive.
AUSTIN, Texas, Jan. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Dr. Andrew Wakefield issued the following statement today on the recent British Medical Journal articles:
“The British Medical Journal and reporter Brian Deer recently alleged that my 1998 research paper was ‘a hoax’ and ‘an elaborate fraud’ and that my motivation was profit.
CLICK PIC: Actual postard and website photo with skyscraper over Columbus, Ohio by a non-profit vaccine pusher close to Ohio Department of Health.
Swine Swindle Flu
by David Michael
As previously estimated, about 3500 pre-born babies have died following last year’s swine swindle flu vaccinations of pregnant women in the U.S. alone. Those surviving, I am estimating more than 35,000 have been seriously injured– some with lifelong disabilities including neurological and autism–and as many as 100,000 with milder disorders. (These are my SWAGs–scientific wild-ass estimates. When someone dies from vaccine, or is severally injured–it is a sound and logical extension that far more are impacted– just as in auto crashes). Soon, the Journal will release a new studies–showing the the Aluminum in the jabs are much more dangerous than the Mercury– partly because of synergistic reactions with Fluoride in city water (and its aluminum), increasing the toxicity. This will be presented by David Michael and Dr. Sylvia Onusik; it will include an audio interview with Dr. David Ayoub with Dr. Mercola and Michael’s interview with Dr. Ayoub on the Aluminum toxicity–including effects when directly injected and from breast breast cancer linked aluminum-ized underarm deodorants. Subscribe get this when posted at http://livingfood.us
Health Ranger Mike Adams of NaturalNews snagged this story. Excerpts are below.– Augie
As mentioned in an earlier post, I will be researching autism prevention and recovery in the coming months and will be chronicling findings here at the Journal, probably a 12-part series.
I recently received a note from Mary Hernandez of New York City on her interest in our new local Living Food bulletin. She had also given me permission to reprint her speech on the day National Autism Awareness Week was announced in New York and an article (Part 2) published this Spring in Hope Magazine.
I have titled this post The Hope for Autism (and ONDs– other neurological disorders). Hope is commonly used as a wish that something may happen. Yet the biblical term refers to the Hope as an absolute certainty that a future event will occur. The reality is that recovery (and prevention) from much of the autism and ONDs is completely or partially possible now, so that we as parents need not just wish for some improvement, pray it away or wait for The Hope.
I am most pleased to take this moment to introduce Mary to my readers, many of whom are advocates for autism and vaccination education worldwide, and her Hope Magazine— Augie
On Autism and Hope: “Nine Days Into the Special Diet, I Heard A Voice Behind Me Say…”
Below is the speech given by NAA New York Metro Chapter member Mary Hernandez at the NY City event formally designating April 2010 as Autism Awareness Month. It’s a powerful reminder of how often the doctors write off our children, and how the children themselves prove them oh so wrong. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we who were there enjoyed listening.
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