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Vaccines may cause Autism

There is no science that shows vaccines may cause Autism, except in all these government published studies which show vaccines may cause Autism.




Vaccines caused autism here in this federal court case http://www.uscfc.uscourts.gov/.../ABELL.ZELLER073008.pdf
And here page 2 http://www.uscfc.uscourts.gov/.../CAMPBELL-SMITH.MOJABI...
And here -

Here are 83 cases reviewed by lawyers http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi...

Oh look here's a dead kid compensated https://ecf.cofc.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/show_public_doc...

If you ever need a lawyer http://www.mctlawyers.com/vaccine-injury/cases/

Here are 127 separate studies linking vaccines and autism. https://www.scribd.com/.../124-Research-Papers-Supporting...

Read this about Hannah Brusewitz case and how she was harmed by DTP

Supreme Court Unavoidably Unsafe

A dose-response relationship between organic mercury exposure from thimerosal-containing vaccines and neurodevelopmental disorders.

Relative trends in hospitalizations and mortality among infants by the number of vaccine doses and age, based on the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), 1990-2010.

Is infant immunization a risk factor for childhood asthma or allergy?

Infant mortality rates regressed against number of vaccine doses routinely given: Is there a biochemical or synergistic toxicity?

Infection, vaccines and other environmental triggers of autoimmunity.

DTP with or after measles vaccination is associated with increased in-hospital mortality in Guinea-Bissau.

Measles outbreak in a vaccinated school population: epidemiology, chains of transmission and the role of vaccine failures.

A positive association found between autism prevalence and childhood vaccination uptake across the U.S. population.

Hepatitis B vaccination of male neonates and autism diagnosis, NHIS 1997-2002.

Abnormal measles-mumps-rubella antibodies and CNS autoimmunity in children with autism.

The plausibility of a role for mercury in the etiology of autism: a cellular perspective

Detection of RNA of Mumps Virus during an Outbreak in a Population with a High Level of Measles, Mumps, and Rubella Vaccine Coverage

A case series of children with apparent mercury toxic encephalopathies manifesting with clinical symptoms of regressive autistic disorders.

Aluminum in the central nervous system (CNS): toxicity in humans and animals, vaccine adjuvants, and autoimmunity.

Unvaccinated Children are Healthier

Self-Organized Criticality Theory of Autoimmunity

Combination MMRV vaccine linked with 2-fold risk of seizures

Impact of environmental factors on the prevalence of autistic disorder after 1979
Robyn Allan is an economist, former president and CEO of ICBC and qualified expert intervenor at the National Energy Board hearing into whether the Trans Mountain Expansion project is in the public interest of Canada.
Kinder Morgan drains financial wealth from our economy and does not pay its fair share of taxes.


" Economist Robyn Allan has repeatedly argued that Kinder Morgan is no ordinary company and the Trans Mountain expansion project has been uneconomic since day one.

The best evidence from experts shows that Kinder Morgan, the Canadian government and Notley have misrepresented the pipeline’s illusory benefits.

A pipeline to the coast will not raise bitumen prices, because
all global markets discount junk crude due to its poor quality. ...
the spawn of Enron, found guilty of accounting fraud and corruption. The energy trader’s collapse cost shareholders $74 billion and killed 20,000 jobs....
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...“The project is not commercially viable and, even before it’s built, Kinder Morgan is looking for a bailout,”..."

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What is the take of the general public in the UK and the US’ unilateral measures against Russia in view of the absence of direct proof in the Skripal’s case?

Marcus Campbell

I’m British, but have lived in Moscow for the last 7 years.

The way I see it, the West has set up numerous things over recent years hoping to provoke Russia into striking out in someway, so that they can then say ‘look - here’s the proof!’ You can almost sense the frustration in both Whitehall and Washington with every victory in Syria too. Rather like somebody forcing a smile at an ex partner who has gone off with someone new.

Over the last 4 or 5 years I’ve noticed a near constant barrage of anti Russian propaganda from the west. It seemed to start in earnest around the Ukraine crisis, the hysteria around the supposedly ‘gay laws’, the nearly weekly referencing to ‘Russian jets buzzing British airspace’. More recently there was the outcry over the ‘terrible behavior of Russian football hooligans’ in France, and of course the banning of Russian athletes at the Olympics. While other countries also suffer frequent drugs scandals, with Russia it’s always ‘state sanctioned’.

This narrative has run concurrently to my time living here, and jars very often with my experiences in my day to day life here, where I feel welcome and well liked, despite the belligerent foreign policy of my government and media.

Britain is little mentioned on the news here, and it often feels that, while Russians love British culture and history, we are not really seen as a military power, much in the same way that Britain might few somewhere like Portugal or something. Generally most Russians I speak to had until very recently no idea that the west was so against them. It’s always struck me as unfair that while there are many countries throughout the world we have less than friendly relationships with, or whose human rights record may be less than ideal, we still in the media try to present a balanced view. When we hear about America - it’s not all shootings. With Russia though, it is almost impossible to ever find any news article that doesn’t say anything other than the negative. In my opinion this particularly has been a mistake of the West’s tactic. Assuming that their absolute dream result would be regime change in Russia, I think they are being idiots here. They could very cleverly demonize putin while bigging up russia as a Whole - it’s people, it’s culture, etc. but they can’t seem to do this.

To focus on the question, when this story first broke I hoped it was real, as I thought that anyone wishing to create more anti Russian hysteria would have come up with something a little less ‘1960s spy thriller’ and I thought if it was indeed a load of rubbish, then no right minded person would possible fall for it and the UK would be a laughing stock around the world.

Before, during and after brexit, we were told that Britain’s glory days were long behind her, that our future lay in the security of the EU and we needed to stop kidding ourselves than we were the world power we once were. Brexit itself was massively polarizing, with such differing views about the whole thing. I’ve heard people attack the ‘mainstream media lies’ that the public were fed etc and yet, strangely, none of this with regard to Russia - almost zero disssenting voices to be heard.

With a matter of hours, the government had informed us that they were ‘fairky Likely it came from Russia’ although we weren’t really allowed to see any evidence, or to hear from any of the people affected, such as the policeman who was allegedly injured. A statement was put out on his behalf saying something about ‘it’s all been rather surreal’ and that was it. Im surprised we haven’t had his story plastered all over the tabloids. The silence is deafening.

Yet, with all this almost non existent tangible proof, we gave been told that it happened and it was russia, probably putin himself. And somehow almost everyone has swollowed it without hesitation. A British media that prides itself on its openness and freedom has paused for the time being attacking May and, from the jingoistic near racist Daily Mail and Express to the achingly PC and liberal or left wing Guardian, BBC and independent there is one voice, sung in unison - ‘Russia is bad’

Things get even more concerning when I speak to people back home. Friends who are usually the very first to point out conspiracy theories, complain about the Tory party and rant about how ‘you can’t believe even half of what you read in the news’ are pretty much all sure it was russia and Russia is a threat. End of. Case closed. If I comment on any online forum that ‘I’m not sure about this tbh’ I’m instantky labelled a kremiln troll or a putin bot. I’d get a warmer reception if I said I was pro ISIS.

Recently the foreign office warned against travel to Russia ahead of the World Cup. Reading it was laughable but also scary, simply because it was so untrue. Most Russians haven’t even been following the story and even those who do would have just heard some vague noise about america using Britain to threaten Russia about something or other. Whenever I meet people here and tell them I’m from London all I ever get is ‘wow that’s so cool… I love London’. Not so sure you’d get the same resoponse being Russian in London. I’ve been stopped several times flying into Heathrow from Moscow and asked about my business in Russia - never once the other way around.

I don’t believe for a minute it was Russia. Any argument I hear otherwise doesn’t change the fact that, the golden rule is to look at who benefits from the crime. I can’t see how Russia does. One almost feels that, after years of terrorist attacks, soul searching after brexit and everything, that the brits particularly feel a real need to hate someone. They can’t hate Muslims because that’s racist and due to the multicultural mix of England it would also be self destructive, they can’t hate the Americans or the Europeans because they need them, so putin and the synomous russia are fair game. They’re even white a basically Christian too, so less guilt about racism.

For me, what is most terrifying is not what people say, it’s what they are prepared to believe.

Aluminum / Vaccines / Counterpoint

I've been getting contrary reaction on a number of topics from this person. As she is a mother of two autistic children, I thought I would stimulate some more commentary.

Article : International scientists have found autism's cause. What will Americans do?
J.B. HANDLEY April 2, 2018

Five clear, replicable, and related discoveries explaining how autism is triggered have formed an undeniably clear picture of autism’s causation, and possibly ways to alleviate the symptoms, too. Most of the research that has created this understanding has been published in the last 36 months, and largely from international scientists in the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Israel, and China. The American media, public health authorities, and Autism Speaks? Silent.



This has been debunked as pseudo-science. For one thing, aluminium toxicity requires a high dosage, and the dosage in vaccines is sub-clinical.

So - even if the aluminium toxicity is present - the source of said aluminium could not possibly have been from vaccines which have far too low a dose to cause toxicity.


The general population is primarily exposed to aluminum through the consumption of food items,
although minor exposures may occur through ingestion of aluminum in drinking water and inhalation of
ambient air. Aluminum found in over-the-counter medicinals, such as antacids and buffered aspirin, is
used as a food additive, and is found in a number of topically applied consumer products such as
antiperspirants, and first aid antibiotic and antiseptics, diaper rash and prickly heat, insect sting and bite,
sunscreen and suntan, and dry skin products. The concentration of aluminum in foods and beverages
varies widely, depending upon the food product, the type of processing used, and the geographical areas
in which food crops are grown (see Section 6.4). Based on the FDA’s 1993 Total Diet Study dietary
exposure model and the 1987–1988 U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Nationwide Food
Consumption Survey, the authors estimated daily aluminum intakes of 0.10 mg Al/kg/day for 6–
11-month-old infants; 0.30–0.35 mg Al/kg/day for 2–6-year-old children; 0.11 mg Al/kg/day for 10-yearold
children; 0.15–0.18 mg Al/kg/day for 14–16-year-old males and females; and 0.10–
0.12 mg Al/kg/day for adult (25–30- and 70+-year-old) males and females. Users of aluminum­ containing medications who are healthy (i.e., have normal renal function) can ingest much larger amounts
of aluminum than in the diet, possibly as high as 12–71 mg Al/kg/day from antacid/anti-ulcer products
and 2–10 mg Al/kg/day from buffered analgesics when taken at recommended dosages.


The amount of aluminium present in vaccines is small - less than 2 milligrams of the salts, and less than a milligram of actual aluminium. In the UK, the highest dose of aluminium that babies receive in one go from vaccines is just under 1.5 milligrams (from the 6-in-1, PCV and MenB vaccines at 8 weeks and 16 weeks). A study from 2011 modelled the impact of aluminium from diet and vaccines in infants, and concluded that the total amount of aluminium absorbed from both sources was likely to be less than the weekly safe intake level. A study from 2002 drew similar conclusions.

As you can clearly see - it is SAFE to consume 71mg of aluminium/day - so why are we making a stink over 1.5-2mg in a single dose a half-dozen times throughout childhood, esp. since most people consume far more than that annually just from food alone.

Leave the science to the experts, since it took me only minutes to dig up these facts indicating that you did not dig deeply enough into the specifics as I did.


As you can tell, K is familiar with both the topic and my distrust of reassuring blather when I know suppression of contrary opinion is in play.

Debunked. From December 2017. That's fast work indeed.

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