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This is Wake Up CALL! (A look at Autism)


An editorial by PJ Moreau

This is the time in our human history where we have to deal with some issues.  It has fallen  upon us to act like our forefathers and right something that is wrong.  This country was founded by the blood of rightious men and we should be no better.  I think the time has come that we have to earn our stripes, so to speak.   .

I could talk about many thing’s that is wrong with our government today, but I’m here to talk to you about the increasing rate of autism in our country.  The prevalence of autism is about 1-2 per 1,000 people worldwide.  In America its 20 per 1,000 children at an eleven percent increase since the 80’s.

Do you know exactly what autism is?  Autism is a disease which affects the processing of information in the brain by altering how nerve cells, and their synapses, connect and organize.  I can’t think of a better way to put it.  Now why is it increasing in America?

You think they’re not altering genes yet?

Do I think that there is anything We can do to stop this?  No, but I do not want this government in charge of it.

There are a lot of theories as to what causes autism. Genes, Environment, Birth Spacing, Premature Birth, Educated Parents (which makes me think they are just grasping straws here), and last but not least lucky number six, vaccines.

In 1998 Andrew Jeremy Wakefield published a research paper claiming there was a link between the MMR vaccines and bowel disease, as well as autism. What They want the world to see is this:  “Andrew Jeremy Wakefield (born 1957) is a British former surgeon and medical researcher, known for his fraudulent 1998 research paper in support of the now-discredited claim that there is a link between the administration of the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine and the appearance of autism and bowl disease. “  (That’s the first thing they want us to know about this man.) Then it continues to completely demolish the guys reputation and criticize his motives. All he did was point out a possible flaw in their little cash cow, with possible alterior motives, and look at the reaction. Instead of looking further into it and trying to find a solution they discredit him and bash his name to no end. Since 1998 he has published 19 papers on vaccine induced bowel disorder.  Yet you would not hear about it because it’s not in the main stream news. (Don’t even get me started on the news.) On a side note, multiple well known scientist have proven that he was right.  Again, not covered by our media.

Then there is Marcella Piper-Terry, M.S., Founder of VaxTruth.org, who argues against the idea of vaccines causing autism by basically mapping out the reaction to a bad vaccine, leading to the conclusion, “Vaccines cause the underlying physical conditions that result in the pain, neurological damage, immune system disorders, gastrointestinal damage, and yeast overgrowth – all of which combines to produce the behavioral symptoms that result in the “autism” diagnosis.”

So no matter what angle you look at it, there is one clear picture here.  We don’t need vaccines.  Our body is made to continually deteriorate over a certain period of time.  I’ll bet its for a reason too.  This world was created by a perfect balance in events that we are not too sure of and opens a door to a whole subject I’m not really ready to get into just yet.   I was made in perfect balance just like everything thing else on this planet.  I have an immune system that fights off infections for me.  I don’t want your chemicals to mess up the balance of my body.  I have about 75 good years to experience life, if I’m lucky.  I’m sure there is some underlining reason why it’s just 75 years and most of us are content with that aspect.  You grow tired of it all I’m assuming and are ready to meet your maker or whatever idea you have of an afterlife.  So I’m going to pass on your “vaccines” and let Mother Nature take her course.  Maybe I’ll get lucky and my parachute will not open when I take that dive from a plane at the ripe old age of 65.  Everyone needs a bucket list.  -__-


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