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Study: child vaccines ARE linked to autism & abortion is one of the culprits

child vaccinationA new study released by the Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute, “[u]sing statistical analysis and data from the US Government, UK, Denmark and Western Australia,” has uncovered a direct link between child vaccines and autism. The cause? Vaccines for chicken pox, MMR (mumps, measles, rubella), and Hepatitis A that are injected into children use retroviral contaminants and cells from aborted babies–yes, aborted babies!

Here’s more from the Christian News Wire report:

“Not only are the human fetal contaminated vaccines associated with autistic disorder throughout the world, but also with epidemic childhood leukemia and lymphomas.”

Their study comes on the heels of recent breaking news that the CDC deliberately withheld evidence of the significant increase in autism among African-American boys who were vaccinated prior to 36 months of age.

In the U.S., the FDA knew what was going on for decades. This finding leads to another question. Was Planned Parenthood involved? If so, did they profit from this and to what degree? After all, they are America’s no. 1 abortion provider. So all the parents who were called loony for speaking out against vaccines were right after all. This sounds like something the Nazis conjured up if you ask me.

Source: New Study in Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology Correlates Autism Disorder Increase and Human Fetal DNA, Retroviral Agents in Vaccines, ChristianNewsWire.com, September 8, 2014.

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11 thoughts on “Study: child vaccines ARE linked to autism & abortion is one of the culprits

    1. elizabet,

      Thanks for sharing the links. However, the article from Christian News Wire in my post includes its own link to a confirmed, verified story of how the CDC knew as early as 2002 (and possibly earlier) that certain vaccines raised the rate of autism, yet they covered it up because the study showed little African American children were affected. If that doesn’t sound Hitler-esque, I don’t know what does.

      Then on top of that, we must compare Dr. Deisher’s curriculum vitae to those of the people who you link to. Dr. Deisher, who conducted the study in the article I highlight in my post, is quite accomplished in biotechnology, whereas Dr. Wile is a nuclear scientist and has a disclaimer at the end of the link you gave which tells us he cannot be relied upon for medical advice. And we don’t know who this “Orac” character is that writes for scienceblogs. We can’t confirm his/her medical background. For all we know, he/she may have ties to Planned Parenthood or some organization that profits in some way from the vaccines. Since we don’t know who the person is, but we can easily discover Dr. Deisher’s background, I’m going with Dr. Deisher.

      Given all the underhanded, sneaky stuff our government has been up to since the Tuskegee experiments, it’s partially the fault of the powers that be for making such stories believable. The U.S. government initially denied the effects of Agent Orange, did psychotropic drug experiments on our soldiers in the 1960s-1970s, denied Persian Gulf syndrome, denied the 9/11 tragedy in NY made first responders sick, and other cover-ups.

      Now to your other comment–> [not every case of autism includes a child who has received vaccine and not all those families with children who have autism believe vaccination was the cause of their child’s autism]

      Neither of these was ever the point. Dr. Deisher just noted the uptick in children with autism and linked it to vaccines. She didn’t say vaccines were the only culprit, nor that all parents believed vaccination was the cause. The article concludes that the government should thoroughly study the issue and not dismiss it and that vaccines can be made that don’t use the questionable cell lines. What’s wrong with that?

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      1. Thanks for your thoughtful reply. I was hoping that my posting of links would not be offensive. I am happy that doesn’t seem to be the case.

        Did you have any thoughts on the Vatican’s stance about the acceptance of vaccination through the means of cell lines?

        Just wondering! You made me learn something today I had never heard about! Thank you! 🙂

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      2. I don’t have a problem with any cell line as long as someone born or unborn wasn’t killed to start it although I have objections to how the case of Henrietta Lacks was handled. So I’m more of an absolutist than the Vatican, whose opinions I mostly dismiss and disdain anyway.

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      3. “Orac” is the nome de plume of Dr. David Gorski, MD, PhD a surgical oncologist and breast cancer researcher. (It’s really not a secret.) He was recently published in Nature Reviews Cancer. Deisher’s curriculum vitae is, actually, pretty unimpressive in terms of her peers’. She hasn’t be even the coauthor of a paper worthy of publish in years. This “study” was only acceptable for publish in a zero-impact, predatory journal (a journal that doesn’t make money from quality papers but “handling fees” the authors pay to publish.) If the journal doesn’t even list on pubmed.gov, it’s a meaningless journal. Consider what the Special Master wrote in her decision: “Dr. Deisher’s inability to produce a paper of publishable quality, after receiving a substantial grant, does not lend support to petitioners’ claim that she is capable of competently leading a study.” (https://www.courtlistener.com/uscfc/eGHP/joann-mostovoy-and-vadim-mostovoy-in-their-own-rig/) Further, you are incorrect in saying that Deisher “just noted” an uptick and encouraged further research. Even if we ignore the implications of the press releases, her abstract, too, makes a definitive statement: “Thus, rising autistic disorder prevalence is directly related to vaccines manufactured utilizing human fetal cells.”

        The government would have NO reason to look into this ridiculous, ideologically-motivated hypothesis. All current research into autism indicates a prenatal onset; multiple studies have shown no link between vaccines and autism. It would be like saying, “We haven’t found any link between ice cream and autism, but let’s see if there’s a link between ice cream and autism if the ice cream has chocolate in it.”

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      4. @Laura C.

        [The government would have NO reason to look into this ridiculous, ideologically-motivated hypothesis.]

        Of course they wouldn’t because they’re the ones who are known to cover things up. As I stated before, the CDC covered up data, according to Dr. William Thompson, who worked for the CDC and raised concerns about the agency’s hiding data that showed a vaccine-autism connection –> “CDC Epidemiologist Whistleblower Confirms New Review Showing Vaccine Autism Link”

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  1. I think it is more likely that most of the problems with children born with disabilities is the high content of various chemicals in our food supply and those chemicals build up in the fat of the mother and father and are translated into the fetus during development and then for many years after birth.

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      1. Well it is the one thing that almost everyone is exposed to on a constant basis. I don’t know if it is a genetic mutation or what, but processed food is full of chemicals and it is the last 100 years or so that much of that has entered the food supply which has given mankind little time to adapt.

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