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Autism vaccine link explained by the cdc.

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Here, Julie Gerberding, who at the time was the director of the vaccine department for the CDC. Explains how ~ 1 in 50 children have a disorder which puts them at risk of developing autism as a result of vaccines. It amazes me that they think we are stupid enough to continue believing the CDC and other agencies when they are always contradicting themselves. Despite the fact that they showed a link between the two they continue to deny that vaccines have anything to do with autism. 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dh-nkD5LSIg

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Thanks for posting that. I watched it before, but it was good to watch it again.

 

The video was originally posted in 2008. I wonder, 4 years later, if Dr. Gerberding ever got around to reading the Hannah Poling file. 

 

She's no longer the director of the CDC. She's now President of Merck's vaccine division.

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http://gaia-health.com/gaia-blog/2012-11-24/research-for-autism-genetic-basis-shows-absurdity-of-the-search/

 

 

 

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Let’s put it like this: If they were to do a thorough investigation into the genetics of people who come down with a disease during an epidemic, in all likelihood, they’d find that some genetic variants, or combinations of variants, would be more likely to come down with that disease. So what? What difference does it make? Blaming a person’s genes for causing a new pandemic disease is obviously absurd. And these scientists are engaged in exactly the same sort of absurd search.

Even if they thought they’d found some sets of genetics that were more likely to be associated with autism, they’d still have an insurmountable hurdle to overcome. What’s the explanation for how this particular variant suddenly became pandemic? Genes are spread through—dare we say it?—sexual contact. But not just any sexual contact. It must result in a baby. That, of course, eliminates the vast majority of incidents of sexual contact.

So, they’re suggesting that a bunch of strings of genetic mutations have occurred, which, in several combinations, are a cause of autism. Even more, they’re suggesting one of two things. One is that all these mutations just recently occurred in all those particular combinations and somehow spread pandemically—via sexual intercourse that produces babies—throughout the world. That’s absurd on its face.

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Thanks for posting that. I watched it before, but it was good to watch it again.

 

The video was originally posted in 2008. I wonder, 4 years later, if Dr. Gerberding ever got around to reading the Hannah Poling file. 

 

She's no longer the director of the CDC. She's now President of Merck's vaccine division.

 

 

 

Nice revolving door isn't it. 

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