Friday, March 14, 2008

Dissent, Kindergarten or War

Parents Law Suit Claims Autism Was Caused By Shots

Is this how research, epidemics and disease get a break, from a judge? For years we have been vaccinating children with a vaccine perservative called Thimerosal, and how it was linked to autism which is now an epidemic. Several years ago a study was done and stated that Thimerosal was not the cause. However, there are many that believe that the study is not accurate and that something caused the autism in otherwise perfectly normal children.

Since 1999, over 4800 families filed claims with the government blaming the routine vaccinations for their child's autism. The vaccinations were for measles, mumps and rubella. Other vaccines also contained Thimerosal which is 50% mercury by weight. ABC News states that this court, set up specifically for vaccine cases, is easier to prove liability than a regular court of law. In this court, the parents are only required to provide evidence that Thimerosal is "more likely than not" to cause autism.

The CDC is beginning another study of children ages 2 to 5 with autism and other undefined developmental problems. The last CDC study showed that autism decreased when Thimerosal was removed from vaccinations. Other studies state that the rate of autism has not declined.

Turning to the Gulf War and the increase ocurrences of ALS, Lou Gehrig's disease. Have these new facts come down to one modern day decision, vaccination or court-marshall?
A Call To Arms tells the story of members of the military who were ordered against their will to receive the controversial anthrax vaccine. Years later, after all the disturbing facts about the vaccine have surfaced, the US military still intends to vaccinate all our troops.

Raven Warrior is based on the actual court transcripts of Corporal Jared Schwartz, the first U.S. serviceman to be court-marshalled for his refusal to take the controversial anthrax vaccine.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think that we all sense that autism and ALS are preventable.

I think that vaccines have saved lives.

I think that the CDC needs to do more to C these two Ds.

btw... interesting smallpox vaccine perspective in The Bush Tragedy by Jacob Weisberg