In my opinion, the program of forced vaccinations for children endured by American families is the single greatest health threat our country has faced. Because of the damage done by these forced vaccinations for children, millions will be unable to work, marry, or raise families of their own.
Folks, autism—which can be caused by vaccines—is not a developmental disorder. Autism is diffuse, severe brain damage caused almost exclusively by large conglomerates of toxic substances put into vaccinations and then injected into pregnant women, newborns, infants, children and adolescents.
The autism statistics speak for themselves
- Fifty years ago, autism was identified in only 1 in 10,000 kids;
- In the early 1980s, 1 in 3000-5000;
- And today, as reported by the CDC, it is 1 in 100. According to a recent Harvard study, this number is actually 1 in 91. And among children of active military, it is 1 in 88.
There are at least 2.5 million autistic children in the country.
What is going on? The one obvious and absolute constant for these skyrocketing numbers of autistic and learning-disabled children is vaccinations. During the past 25 years, the number of vaccinations forced upon our children has virtually exploded, and for what reason? Are measles, mumps, chicken pox or flu really that dangerous? In my opinion, irrevocable harm or death caused by the vaccinations for children is far worse than the diseases we vaccinate against.
There are only two things that can stop this madness:
- First, parents must have the right to decide what is injected into their children.
- Second, liability must be borne by the pharmaceutical companies.
Now it’s your turn: What are your thoughts about childhood vaccines?
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