Vaccination Causes Autism Says Peer Reviewed Medical Journal
On February 1998 Dr. Andrew Wakefield, a british doctor and surgeon along with 12 other researchers published a research paper in the peer reviewed medical journal THE LANCET titled “Ileal-lymphoid-nodular hyperplasia, non-specific colitis, and pervasive developmental disorder in children”
In the research they have concluded, “ We have identified a chronic enterocolitis in children that may be related to neuropsychiatric dysfunction. In most cases, onset of symptoms was after measles, mumps, and rubella immunisation. Further investigations are needed to examine this syndrome and its possible relation to this vaccine.”
On June 1997 Dr. Wakefield patented a vaccine he claimed was safer.
For 12 years Dr. Wakefield has been a proponent of linking Autism and Vaccinations. He was also an executive director of Thoughtful House Center for Children, which studies autism in Austin, Texas.
Measles, a viral infection, which is a highly contagious respiratory disease that can spread through the air. Airborne transmissions have been documented for up to 2 hours after a person has occupied an area. It is characterized by a rash that extends throughout the body. An infection comes with a whole host of problems, the most serious is encephalitis (swelling of the brain), pneumonia and high fever. Since Measles is a virus, it does not respond to antibiotics. Medications such as acetaminophen is used to bring down the fever. Measles has been thought to have come from a mutated cow virus named the rinderpest.
Denaturation- Is when proteins lose their structure. This can be observed when cooking an egg, which is mostly protein. The proteins bond together and change from a transparent and liquid structure to a solid white form. The human brain begins to denature at 104 F as a family of an infant learned when their baby had 106 degrees caused by a virus.
The Culling of the Human Herd
Plagues are as old as “death and taxes”. A small “bug” has been responsible of almost eradicating entire civilizations countless times in the past. It has been estimated that the Measles virus has killed 200 million people worldwide from 1855-2005, a small drop in a bucket of time since the birth of human civilization.
During 165-180 AD Rome had the “The Antonine Plague”, which 5 million romans died including the roman emperor. The great and vast Incan empire crumbled from the measles and smallpox outbreaks. The Incans weakened by the disease was easily defeated by conquering Europeans who brought these diseases with them.
One of our greatest strengths is that we are stubborn and endlessly innovative. Humans are not one to succumb to death, as illustrated by a poem by Dylan Thomas, an example of human spirit. We “Do not go gentle into that good night” and we “Rage, rage against the dying of the light.”
Humans see a wall of problems and will constantly strike that wall with our heads until it breaks. There are records of ancients using weak or deceased microbes to boost their immune system to prevent a full blown infection.
China during the 15th century used dried up scabs of a person who had smallpox and placed them into an individual’s nose. “Tishteree el Jidderi” (buying the smallpox) is an arabic practice in which someone would pays to tie a cloth around a pustule of an infected child and then take the cloth home to an unaffected child and tie it on their arms. England had a similar variation in which they would collect the fluid in the pustule and rubbed it into a cut made into the patient’s skin. In time, the human herd always find a way through trial and error.
During the 1950’s vaccinations of measles began and the difference can be seen by the decrease of cases through the years. The most important cause of the measles resurgence of 1989–1991 was due to low vaccination coverage.
The Wakefield Experience
For 12 years Dr. Wakefield had spouted his own agenda against vaccinations because he linked it to autism in order to increase his own notoriety and profit from a study in which he himself was caught falsifying the data as investigated by journalist Brian Deer entitled on 2011 in which BMJ published an article:
“Three of nine children reported with regressive autism did not have autism diagnosed at all. Only one child clearly had regressive autism. Patients were recruited through anti-MMR campaigners, and the study was commissioned and funded for planned litigation”
An article on Web MD showed that as hysteria of autism and vaccinations peaked, Dr. Wakefield panned on selling “autism diagnostic kits” that net was forecasted to net him $43 million dollars in just the first year. The doctor also patent his own “replacement” vaccine as the confidence of the current vaccine waned. The article claimed that he was given a chance to replicate his results, but the “doctor” refused.
There is however more evidence of Measles outbreaks increasing since the article was written in 1997 and antivaxers spreading a gospel of misinformation throughout the world. it goes to show you that it’s easier to fool people, than to convince them that they have been fooled
Dr. Wakefield’s physician’s license has now been revoked and his articles on the medical journal has been redacted. The damage has been done and the doctor himself has become a cult legend. Like a doctor who traveled to the land of OZ, he entrenched a whole population behind his emerald walls, and with smoke and mirrors fooled those individuals to think that he was great and powerful.
The Great and Powerful Doctor Oz:
Celebrities are the Best Source of Scientific Information.
One of the main reasons this anti-vaccination movement had proliferated is because of ill informed popular individuals who spread fear and panic.Actors are nothing but puppets. They lie for a living, yet we give them more credence when they say something political and scientific. just because you see an actor in a movie playing a scientist or a president doesn’t mean they have any idea what they are talking about in real life. they read from a script and with confidence they will spout off lines like it came internally and not externally.