Vaccines: Good Or Bad?, Part 2


by Roger Anghis 

My biggest concern is there is an undisputable connection between vaccines and children with autism.  We have seen the more children are vaccinated the more cases of autism are recorded.  Again, this is something the FDA is supposed to watch out for to protect the American people. “We have a fairly large practice. We have about 30,000 or 35,000 children that we’ve taken care of over the years, and I don’t think we have a single case of autism in children delivered by us who never received vaccines,” said Dr. Mayer Eisenstein, Homefirst’s medical director who founded the practice in 1973. Homefirst doctors have delivered more than 15,000 babies at home, and thousands of them have never been vaccinated.

The few autistic children Homefirst sees were vaccinated before their families became patients, Eisenstein said. “I can think of two or three autistic children who we’ve delivered their mother’s next baby, and we aren’t really totally taking care of that child — they have special care needs. But they bring the younger children to us. I don’t have a single case that I can think of that wasn’t vaccinated.”

The autism rate in Illinois public schools is 38 per 10,000, according to state Education Department data; the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention puts the national rate of autism spectrum disorders at 1 in 166 — 60 per 10,000.

We do have enough of a sample,” Eisenstein said. “The numbers are too large to not see it. We would absolutely know. We’re all family doctors. If I have a child with autism come in, there’s no communication. It’s frightening. You can’t touch them. It’s not something that anyone would miss.”

No one knows what causes autism, but federal health authorities say it isn’t childhood immunizations. Some parents and a small minority of doctors and scientists, however, assert vaccines are responsible.[1]

One has to ask the question ‘Why is there a connection between autism and vaccines and why is it not being addressed?’ There is really only one logical conclusion, money.  Big pharma makes billions off of vaccines.  When I was a kid we were vaccinated for polio and a couple other things but there was never a reaction to the vaccines that we see today.  Texas at one point required all girls to be vaccinated with gardisil against cervical cancer.  The State legislature, after a major backlash from parents, ended up reversing this law even overriding the veto from then governor Rick Perry.  These vaccines were given to girls as young as 11 even though it requires the sex act to become infected.  Many parents were upset but Perry would not back down.  Around the world reports of severe reactions to this vaccine were mounting but they were/are being ignored and almost never reported on by MSM. Are HPV vaccines the number one cause of coincidence around the globe? Are we facing one of the worst epidemics of mass hysteria the world has ever seen?  Apparently, health authorities around the world would like us to believe one of these two scenarios.

Almost without exception, survivors of new medical conditions after the administration of Gardasil or Cervarix are told their problems are coincidental, psychosomatic, mass hysteria, conversion disorder, and so on…ad nauseam. The health authorities in one country (Colombia) even went so far as to attribute new medical conditions after Gardasil to the overuse of Ouija boards.

If all of the above fail, the next step is to try and blame the new symptoms on the parents with phrases like Munchausen by proxy, factitious disorder, fabricated or induced illness, attention seeking, simply out for money, and so on.

The first problem with all of these theories is they are usually put forth after little or no medical investigation. This leaves parents who believed their health authorities and had their daughters injected with the newest miracle vaccine feeling confused, abandoned and betrayed by the very people they trusted to protect their children’s health and well-being.

The second problem with all of these theories is they delay potentially life-saving treatments which could be provided if investigations took place, accurate diagnoses made and treatment protocols designed and implemented.[2]

There have to be a reason why there is always a connection to vaccines when side effects, sometimes even death, are so common.  As I stated before money is the main reason.  We see this with GMO products and Monsanto.  The former vice-president of Monsanto was put into a high position in the FDA by Obama: Was it a conflict of interest when former Monsanto Vice President Michael Taylor was named as the “Food Czar,” aka the Deputy Commissioner of Foods for then-new President Barack Obama’s FDA?

One thing’s for sure: it was an incredible betrayal to the millions of people who got behind Obama’s campaign in large part because he really seemed to “get it” like few other political candidates before him; as evidenced by his emphatic promise to label GMOs (that of course never came to fruition even though 90 percent-plus Americans routinely support mandatory labeling, a right afforded in over 60 countries across the world).

Now, after years of hand-wringing, frustration and anger from the general populace toward Taylor’s appointment, the “Monsanto Man” is finally set to step down, on (approximately) June 1 of this year according to a new article from the website Food & Water Watch.

Our magnificently diverse food system is full of challenges and opportunities, and I plan to continue working toward its success, especially in settings where people lack regular accesses to sufficient, nutrition and safe food,” Taylor wrote in a letter to friends according to the article. “I suspect our paths will cross again.”

To the countless people who petitioned against the clear conflict of interest of hiring Taylor and other strongly pro-Monsanto people to be put in charge of the food system, his final comments sound like more of the same, like Taylor never quite got the message: “safe food” and “diverse food system” read like classic GM industry PR talking points. The U.S. food system remains heavily dominated by mostly genetically engineered commodity crops like corn and soy which are heavily subsidized by U.S. taxpayers.

It is not known whether Taylor will rejoin the government or FDA at some point but as the above article mentions he has strong ties to Monsanto.[3]

The fact that the people who have helped engineer these divisive products have been put in charge of approving and dispersing  these products reeks of scandal beyond anything we have yet seen in government.  It has just begun to be exposed.
Foot Notes:

  1. The Age of Autism A-pretty-big-secret
  2. HPV vaccine injuries and deaths now being reported from central and south america
  3. Victory former Monsanto vice president finally stepping down as FDA food czar