Saturday, February 28, 2015

Pay attention Liberals: A Message for the Anti-Vaccine Movement

Pay attention you liberals and progressives.  Jimmy feels that all of this anti-vaccination silliness is starting to snowball, so he invited some real doctors to address it. These are actual medical professionals so hear them out and then decide for yourself.

A Message for the Anti-Vaccine Movement


Politijim said...

It's so sad when conservatives push a narrative that is so utterly devoid of actual research and reason. 1st, this vaccination story began with the Disney outbreak. It's not to hard to find the REAL hard scientific literature on Scribid that 85% of measles outbreak victims already received vaccinations. Oddly, the CDC is quiet about any proof that the outbreak was wild strain as opposed to vaccination caused.

The CDC of course finally admitted this winter that their flu vaccine not only had NO EFFECT on flu - it also carried risks. Few (especially conservatives) seem oblvious to the fact the CDC admitted infecting 98 Million Americans with a cancer causing polio virus in the 60's and have no idea that a recent CDC Senior Scientist has filed as a whistleblower exposing corruption within CDC testing in favor of Big Pharma companies who keep the CDC awash in cash. (Our govt doesn't pay for testing - but Merck, Pfizer and others actually pay THE CDC with cash for their tests - certainly nothing to worry about there, right?)

Worse, the most current studies from MIT and Purdue have shown compelling evidence that mercury based vaccines (a large number) are directly responsible for the dramatic rise in Autism and other chronic diseases in children the past 30 years.

But by all means - let's all fall in line and let the government take the freedom to raise our children the way we sit from the parents.

M. Simon said...

Conservatives are much smarter than that. They like jailing people over the use of a plant. Mainly people of color.

Idiocy is not limited to one party. Sadly.

M. Simon said...

If mercury based vaccines are a problem why isn't there a mass movement against CFL bulbs?


And then this:

By 2025, half the kids born in the U.S. will be diagnosed with autism, according to Dr. Stephanie Seneff, Senior Research Scientist at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. She, like many others says autism isn’t just genetic – it is almost surely due to environmental factors. Just a couple of those factors are Monsanto’s RoundUp (glyphosate) and heavy exposure to a cocktail of heavy metals, including aluminum.


Aluminum? Really? Shouldn't we be able to track the rise of autism with the advent of aluminum cookware?


This is interesting:

Condemning Monsanto With Bad Science Is Dumb


Dr. Seneff has a wealth of information in an area that many are not very knowledgeable about, and that is the importance of sulfur.

Sulfur deficiency is pervasive, and may be a contributing factor in:

Heart disease
Alzheimer's disease
Chronic fatigue
And more

She also believes conventional medicine is seriously confused about cholesterol, which is closely interrelated with sulfur. Furthermore, healthy cholesterol and sulfur levels are also highly dependent on your vitamin D levels!


Autism is highly heritable, but the cause includes both environmental factors and genetic susceptibility.[4] In rare cases, autism is strongly associated with agents that cause birth defects.[5] Controversies surround other proposed environmental causes;[6] for example, the vaccine hypotheses are biologically implausible and have been disproven in scientific studies.


As of 2010 the rate of autism is estimated at about 1–2 per 1,000 people worldwide, and it occurs four to five times more often in boys than girls. About 1.5% of children in the United States (one in 68) are diagnosed with ASD as of 2014, a 30% increase from one in 88 in 2012.[13][14][15] The rate of autism among adults aged 18 years and over in the United Kingdom is 1.1%.[16] The number of people diagnosed has been increasing dramatically since the 1980s, partly due to changes in diagnostic practice and government-subsidized financial incentives for named diagnoses;[15] the question of whether actual rates have increased is unresolved.[17]

M. Simon said...

Exposure to air pollution during pregnancy, especially heavy metals and particulates, may increase the risk of autism.[56] Environmental factors that have been claimed to contribute to or exacerbate autism, or may be important in future research, include certain foods, infectious diseases, solvents, diesel exhaust, PCBs, phthalates and phenols used in plastic products, pesticides, brominated flame retardants, alcohol, smoking, illicit drugs, vaccines,[17] and prenatal stress,[57] although no links have been found, and some have been completely disproven.

Parents may first become aware of autistic symptoms in their child around the time of a routine vaccination. This has led to unsupported theories blaming vaccine "overload", a vaccine preservative, or the MMR vaccine for causing autism.[58] The latter theory was supported by a litigation-funded study that has since been shown to have been "an elaborate fraud".[59] Although these theories lack convincing scientific evidence and are biologically implausible,[58] parental concern about a potential vaccine link with autism has led to lower rates of childhood immunizations, outbreaks of previously controlled childhood diseases in some countries, and the preventable deaths of several children.[60][61]


What do we definitely know about alcohol? FAS.