Sunday, September 12, 2010

Court Rules MMR Vaccine Contributed to Autism



The MMR (and Chicken Pox) vaccines use viral products that are derived from aborted fetal tissue. I have long suspected this plays a role in triggering autism spectrum disorder in a certain percentage of children. I advise against administering these vaccines to your young children until an acceptable substitute is found.

10 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What court was this? Typical dingbat news show didn't say.

2:41 PM, September 13, 2010  
Anonymous Mark said...

It's too sorry to be believed, but so insulated is Big Pharma, and so protected by the government, that this was decided in a federal "Vaccine Court"

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-31727_162-20015982-10391695.html

Note that the head of the Center for Disease Control is now Pres. of MERCK.

The ONLY reason this case got as far as it did was that the parents were super smart and had access to medical equipment that could chart the changes in her brain. These courts are set up to give big-pharma every benefit of a doubt, but even that was not enough this time.

4:19 PM, September 13, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks. Weird, these "vaccine courts." No surprise, though, as this is from the government that unconstitutionally mandated immunizations just 35 years ago.

9:05 AM, September 14, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe if more people died from measels, mumps and rubella we could thin the herd a little.

8:19 PM, September 14, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Those diseases are not fatal, except rubella in rare cases

8:49 PM, September 14, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Come on- next you're going to tell me that unpasteurized milk isn't dangerous.

9:43 PM, September 14, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm telling you than autism is a tragedy, and it appears to be a largely preventable one.

5:07 AM, September 15, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Um, unpasteurized milk isn't dangerous. Unpasteurized swill imported from Mexico is dangerous. Pasteurization was started as a preemptive measure, and not as a response to any disease outbreak. Modern farming has eliminated any need-- if ever there was one-- to molest milk before it reaches the consumer.

7:48 AM, September 15, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the earlier comment on pasteurized milk was sarcasm.

And now back to our original topic...

12:30 PM, September 15, 2010  
Anonymous Lisatszq said...

I'm telling you than autism is a tragedy, and it appears to be a largely preventable one.

9:58 AM, October 28, 2012  

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