Natural Society – Paul Fassa: Rise in Autism Rates go Hand-in-Hand with Increased Vaccinations

vaccine gene 263x164 Rise in Autism Rates go Hand in Hand with Increased Vaccinations

By Paul Fassa, Natural Society,

Another effort to discount vaccinations as a source of autism has gone into  research to prove defective genes as the major culprit. Some epidemiological  studies based on twins with autism spectrum disorders was done as early as the  mid-1970s. Since then, autism has increased 40-fold. All this from  a sudden case of bad genes? This rapid autism rise has coincided with a dramatic  increase of early childhood vaccination schedules over the same period, which  has been an almost four-fold increase.

The gene theory does not explain how healthy babies suddenly became autistic  after undergoing part of an intense series of vaccinations, some shots with  multiple-vaccines, at newly born or toddler age.

As a matter of fact, there is very little effort to objectively pursue the  autism-vaccination connection. Gene  research opposition to the gene theories of autism, or gene theories of many  diseases, comes from those who consider environmental causes as primary causal  factors, not vaccinations.

Even that opposition is out-funded by the genetic research into autism  mindset: $1 billion to $40 million or 25 to 1 over the past ten years. Of  course, there is little or no funded research for vaccinations as a major cause  for autism. And very little gets out into mainstream media circles about actual  adverse effects from vaccinations.

The Vaccine Adverse Effect Reporting System (VAERS)  was set up by the CDC for medical professionals to voluntarily  report vaccination adverse effects. How many are actually reported is  estimated at around 5%.

Then there is the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, informally  known as the “vaccine court”, set up by Congress in 1986-88 to award vaccination  injury victims. A large portion of the funds for compensation come from a  vaccine industry tax of 75 cents per dose.

Read: MMR  Vaccine Linked to Autism in Court Cases

Families granted awards by this court are under gag orders to not discuss  their case with the potential threat of losing their annual medical care  funding. This court has since become more difficult  and stingy while earning interest revenue off the 2 billion dollars accrued  in the fund’s financial pool.

A Flawed study

One semi-ecent  study used MIR brain scans of three-year-olds with autism spectrum disorders  compared to three-year-olds developing normally. They found that the children  with autism had slightly larger brains than normal children. Then they concluded  that this “proved” there was no case for vaccines as causal.

Huh? Heidi Stevenson of Gaia  Health easily debunked this flaw-filled study and concluded that it  implicated the vaccine-autism link even more. The brains progressive  enlarging synchronized with the CDC’s recommended vaccine   schedule.

The study subjects’ vaccine records were conveniently excluded. Heidi  asserted the enlarged brains were swollen from inflammation, which is what  vaccines can and do cause. Therefore, this study inadvertently supports the  vaccine-autism connection.

Naturally, the mainstream press dutifully passed on the study’s press  releases that deflect vaccines as having anything to do with autism.

Where Research Grants Should Go

The complexity of genetic research for disease creates a great deal of work  for a lot of researchers. More work, more money, and keeping busy with what one  enjoys. But according  to a GreenMedInfo article by Sayer Ji, only 1%  of disease is caused by defective genes.

The study doesn’t eliminate the gene factor completely, though. What is  focused on is how genes react to different environmental toxins, which include  toxic vaccines of course. All this money for proving genetics to be the root  cause of autism is going into rabbit holes to deflect attention from  vaccine-autism connections.

Exposing  the Vaccination-Immunity Fraud

Instead, there should be more focus on what can be done to remedy the autism  pandemic. Backing off vaccine schedules and not demonizing vaccine refusal  parents would be a good start, as well as not making compliance to those vaccine  schedules a prerequisite for pediatric care and school enrollment. Or, at the  very least, how about some real research into the issue.

Funding that leads to genetic rabbit holes should be for exploring actual  potential treatments that already exist for autism, such  as: Homeopathy  therapy from a highly experienced practitioner, and Gut And  Psychology Syndrome (GAPS) therapy developed by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride.  She created the GAPS protocol by  successfully tackling her son’s autism.

Dr. Campbell-Mcbride’s dietary guide is in her book Gut and Psychology  Syndrome. Natural treatment for autism, ADHD/ADD, dyslexia, dyspraxia,  depression and schizophrenia.

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One comment

  1. “Producing” people to be autistic, makes them feel unbearably uncomfortable with certain noises, and vibrations. They are trying to prevent people from feeling those vibrations, to keep them from knowing the truth.


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