Monday, March 10, 2008

Analysis: Vaccine payment no landmark "This does not represent anything other than a very special situation," said Dr. Julie Gerberding, head of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Bibbity-bobbity-boo. Leave it to Chicken Little to spin vaccine-autism causation down to a "special situation." Isn't that special? When your child gets autism following a vaccine, according to Gerbedink, it does not represent anything other than a "special" event. Why not ask a parent how special it is to have their child on the receiving end of an autism prick like her? It started with damage control from the CDC, but after the initial headline appeared (see above), it magically transformed to "Analysis: Vaccine-autism link unproven" as if a directive came from the PR agents of Big PHARMA. They are trying to chalk it up as some rare mitochondrial disease, despite the fact that one of the main effects of mercury is disrupting mitochondrial functions, whether you have a "special" gene or not. If it's not the mercury, then how about the aluminum and formaldehyde. Polysorbate 80 injection anyone? Gerberdink's unconscionable defense of medical barbarism is evidence of how far down humans will sink in defense of the chemical enslavement of other humans. This is not free-market capitalism; this is medical fascism. Somebody give CDC Julie a Bibbity-bobbity bop on the head before she condemns more children to an autistic fate. Thankfully, there are still good doctors like Rashid Buttar who know the truth and are speaking out LOUDLY to halt the medical assault on children before there will be no souls left to save. Anybody still doubt the vaccine-autism link? The only thing "unproven" is the credibility of welfare scientists in denial of what is obvious to anyone still retaining the powers of observation free from vaccinated conflicts of interest.

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