February 7, 2014
Here are quotes from her article:
“A recent study conducted by Canadian scientists Professor Christopher Shaw and Dr. Lucija Tomljenovic revealed that the more vaccines that children receive containing the adjuvant [additive] aluminum, the greater their chance is of developing autism, autoimmune diseases and neurological problems in the future.
“In 2013, in their paper, published by Springer Science+Business Media, titledAluminum in the Central Nervous System: Toxicity in Humans and Animals, Vaccine Adjuvants, and Autoimmunity, they revealed that during a 17-year period, the rates of autism had increased significantly in countries that had the most vaccinations containing the adjuvant aluminum.
“The researchers compared the number of vaccines recommend by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) during the period from 1991 – 2008 and the changes in the autism rates during the same period. They wrote:
‘The data sets, graphed against each other, show a pronounced and statistically highly significant correlation between the number vaccines with aluminum and the changes in autism rates. Further data showed that a significant correlation exists between the amounts of aluminum given to preschool children and the current rates of autism in seven Western countries. Those countries with the highest level of aluminum-adjuvanted vaccines had the highest autism rates.‘”
Later in the article, we find a list of vaccines whose aluminum content is high: DtaP (diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis); Hepatitis A; Hepatitis B (given to babies at birth); PedVaxHib (for meningitis); HPV; Pediarix (DtaP-Hepatitis B-polio); Pentacel (DtaP-Hib-polio); Pneumococcus. The list is not presented as exhaustive. Other vaccines may contain high levels of aluminum.
This correlation between aluminum in vaccines and autism is more than disturbing. But vaccine manufacturers and their government allies have a counter-argument ready at all times:
“Correlation alone is not enough. There may be other undiscovered causes for autism. And unless the exact series of events by which aluminum in vaccines causes autism is shown, the anti-vaccine case is dismissed and ignored.”
Then, if researchers provide some details for that chain of causation, the vaccine companies will say: “The chain is still incomplete. It has gaps. We need more details.”
And so forth and so on. Whenever new elements emerge demonstrating a causal chain, they will be rejected on the same basis: “Not enough. Still lacking. Imprecise.”
You should read about a researcher named Tyrone Hayes (twitter), who for years has been making a compelling case against the Syngenta herbicide/pesticide atrazine. At each step of the way, as Hayes exposes more of the toxic story, he’s told, by Syngenta and the EPA, “It’s not enough. You’re not demonstrating the causal connection between atrazine and human illness.”
On the other hand, when it suits them, researchers and government agencies will accept correlation and run with it. A most challenging example is the field of retroviral illness:
“Well, we don’t know everything about which cells in the body the virus is attacking. It’s hiding. It’s clever. It sits there for a long time, quiescent, and then it strikes. We do know that when people harbor the virus, they will eventually get sick…”
Pharma players and governments operate on both sides of the fence, adjusting their positions to mesh with their agendas.
They’ll say, “The correlation is overwhelming. We don’t need to know anything else.”
Or they’ll say, “Correlation is never adequate. You have to show each and every step in the causal chain of events.”
It’s a game. It’s a crime. And people are treated and suffer the toxic destructive consequences.
Oh, and one more thing. Aluminum is known to be toxic to the human body, especially when it’s injected. So whether you call its effects autism or Alzheimer’s or delayed development or a number of other names, what’s the difference?
Poison is poison.
This post originally appeared at www.nomorefakenews.com
This article was posted: Friday, February 7, 2014 at 6:32 am