Lynching Good Men Is What They Like To Do
Dr. Andrew Wakefield with his wife, Carmel, at the General
Medical Council in January in the U.K.
In May of 2010, the council said Andrew Wakefield could no longer
practice medicine. Wakefield’s public statements caused widespread alarm
that a common childhood vaccine could cause autism has been put down
even though evidence and common sense are on his side. This doctor is a
medical hero who is being slandered because his voice comes from within
the ranks of medicine and this cannot be tolerated. Poison the children,
stick them with needles, drug ’em, cut them out of their mothers’
bellies in increasing numbers, and give them, in every case possible,
pharmaceuticals instead of safer and more effective natural remedies.
With every passing massive judgment levied against
pharmaceutical firms and with every family who wins
their case at the federal vaccine court, we sustain the view
that vaccines and the companies that make them are dangerous.
So threatened the establishment has been by Wakefield’s work that
they have to repeatedly attack him and his study in an attempt to beat
his work into the ground in an endless, ruthless campaign. The latest
headlines: “Study linking vaccine to autism was fraud.” His suggestion
that the MMR shot was connected to autism spooked parents worldwide and immunization rates for measles, mumps and rubella have never fully recovered making him a hero in many people’s eyes and totally despised by the popes and priests of vaccination.
Thanks to the good doctor and many other fine physicians of courage, parents
are turning their backs on institutionalized pediatric medicine; in
2008, 39 percent of parents refused or delayed vaccinations for their
children. This compares to just 22 percent in 2003. In a telephone
survey of the parents of 9,000 toddlers, many of the parents were
worried about whether the vaccines were safe or effective. Most of them
probably have learned the hard way not to believe and trust the
government’s medical officials or their local pediatricians.
- 27 percent said too many shots were recommended.
- 26 percent questioned whether vaccines really worked.
- 25 percent cited worry that vaccines might cause autism.
- 24 percent worried about side effects.
The latest attacks on Wakefield represent a continuing denial and
failure to investigate either the evidence that exists or the clinical
histories of millions of children currently diagnosed with autism
worldwide. Wakefield’s study was the first to link a childhood vaccine
(MMR) to autism and they accuse him now of doctoring information about
the children involved. The conclusions of the 1998 paper by Andrew
Wakefield and colleagues have been renounced over and over yet he and
his work still stand as a direct threat to the vaccine establishment.
All one has to do to feel this man’s fiber is look at his face and read
his book: Callous Disregard: Autism and Vaccines: The Truth Behind a Tragedy, which puts in plain sight what the establishment would prefer to remain hidden.
Gaze on the face of Dr. Paul Offit below, co-inventor of the Merck RotaTeq vaccine. He has a new book out called Deadly Choices: How the Anti-Vaccine Movement Threatens Us All.
Here is a man who makes considerable money promoting vaccines and is
part of a club of people who threaten children and parents everywhere.
If you define national security in terms of what’s best for the people
who live within a nation, then these kinds of men are the real national
security risks, the true terrorists whose lust is to reach each and
every child born and inject poisons directly into their bloodstreams.
Claudia French, RN writes, “With the release of his new book, Offit
is repeatedly seen discounting, without any sense of heart, the
brain-altering assaults upon young children who suffer vaccine damages.
His whole demeanor is saying, “So what if a few die from vaccines?”
Offitt spouts off how vaccine-injured kids are just the price that must
be paid for the masses to be protected and that this price is justified.
He is verbosely disgusting in his book promotions. Without regret he
continually implies that the few who are so affected or who die are
expendable. May he rot in hell!”
Dr. Andrew Wakefield issued the following statement on the recent British Medical Journal articles:
“The British Medical Journal and reporter Brian Deer
recently alleged that my 1998 research paper was ‘a hoax’ and ‘an
elaborate fraud’ and that my motivation was profit.
“I want to make one thing crystal clear for the record—my research
and the serious medical problems found in those children were not a hoax
and there was no fraud whatsoever. Nor did I seek to profit from our
“I stand by the Lancet paper’s methodology and the results
which call for more research into whether environmental triggers cause
gastrointestinal disease and developmental regression in children. In
fact, despite media reports to the contrary, the results of my research
have been duplicated in five other countries (to see citations to
studies, visit http://tinyurl.com/4hrdt5y).
“It is not unexpected to see poor reporting and misinformation coming
from Brian Deer, the lead reporter of the recent BMJ coverage. But to
see coverage in other media that cites Deer’s shoddy journalism in the
BMJ as a final justification to claim there is no link between vaccines
and autism is ludicrous. The MMR is only one vaccine of the eleven
vaccinations on the pediatric schedule that has been studied for causing
developmental problems such as autism. That is fact, not opinion. Any
medical professional, government official or journalist who states that
the case is closed on whether vaccines cause autism is jumping to
conclusions without the research to back it up.
“I continue to fully support more independent research to determine
if environmental triggers, including vaccines, are causing autism and
other developmental problems. The current rate of autism is one in 110
children in the United States and one in 64 children in the U.K. My goal
has always been and will remain the health and safety of children.
Since the Lancet paper, I have lost my job, my career, and my
country. To claim that my motivation was profit is patently untrue. I
will not be deterred—this issue is far too important.”
“Vaccine injury is real and each child so hurt is a tragedy. Despite
mounting scientific evidence worldwide confirming the presence of
serious bowel disease in some children diagnosed with autism and
evidence of a causal association with vaccines, health officials and
medical professionals internationally continue to spin, deny and
suppress the evidence,” said National Autism Association’s president
I can state that the certainty of the science supporting
mercury as a major cause of autism is probably more
overpowering than the science behind any other disease
process that I studied, dating back to medical school.
Dr. David Ayoub
Dr. Andrew Wakefield says about the thimerosal, “It should never have
been there in the first place. Despite how they try to sell it, there
is evidence that there is an association between mercury in vaccines and
childhood disorders. Mercury was taken out of animal vaccinations 20
years ago because it was too toxic. Why on earth have we still been
putting it in jabs for our children?”
“Increasing rates of autism in children are out of control,”
commented Ms. Fournier. “Despite this pandemic, health officials and
medical professionals continue to bury their heads in the sand while
children and families suffer.”
Now if you still have doubts that the media and health officials are
honest or know what they are talking about, take a trip to Homefirst
Health Services in metropolitan Chicago where thousands of children are
being cared for. The doctors there have two things in common with
thousands of Amish children in rural Lancaster: They have never been
vaccinated. And they don’t have autism.
“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 most of them have never been vaccinated.
“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.” The few autistic children
Homefirst sees were vaccinated before their families became patients.
At the beginning of this chapter we mention massive judgments against
pharmaceutical companies. The latest in a series of many was aired
recently on the CBS 60 minutes showing how at one company that, “All the
systems were broken, the facility was broken, the equipment was broken,
the processes were broken.”
Fraud, kickbacks, price-setting, bribery and illegal sales activities
are a regular everyday aspect of an industry that has a hard time
shipping the correct pills at the correct strengths in a pill box. Those
who understand the pharmaceutical companies and their extraordinarily
nasty history know that like on Wall Street, we are dealing with a very
large, wealthy and powerful group of executives (criminal in nature) who
fixate their consciousness on their bottom lines not the safety and
effectiveness of their drugs and vaccines.
Writers and their papers and magazines who stick up for these organizations perhaps know not what they are doing
so perhaps they need to be forgiven. But we are dealing with children’s
lives for God’s sake. This is not some abstract academic process or
debate that needs to be won or lost. The vaccine wars will continue
until humanity wakes up to find out who the real terrorists are in this
world. They will continue until we get rid of these monstrous companies
that have no business on our planet. Many of us deeply resent the
attacks on Dr. Andrew Wakefield, which are, after all is said and done,
just more attacks on our children. To our children, the most precious
things we are allowed to take care of in this life, he stands up,
without doubt, as a knight in shining armour doing battle against forces
that attack our children without remorse.
I have just received your article “Fight The Devils” about Vaccines.
I live in New Zealand and a farmer here went down with “Swine” Flu. The
Waikato Hospital, one of the biggest in New Zealand hooked him up to a
life support system for a short time then on the Tuesday they said they
would turn it off on Friday, as there was nothing more they could do for
him. Luckily the family heard about Intravenous Vit C so they demanded
the doctors give it to him. After a lot of trouble and having to bring a
lawyer into the argument, they finally gave it to him on the Thursday.
He was showing a vast improvement on the Friday when the family told
them to give him more, which they did and on the Saturday, he was even
better and by Monday he was walking around and by the end of the next
week he was back on his farm working again. The company in America
making the Vitamin C has been stopped by the FDA using all kinds of
incorrect information about the effects of Vit C. My clinic has to now
purchase their C from a company in Australia. It is exceedingly hard to
beat something that doesn’t quite tell the story as it should be isn’t
I am a 78 year old orthomolecular/cellular naturopath of Caucasian
Dutch nationality. I have now for a couple of months read your IMVA
newsletters and must say they are impressive. Your last crusade against
those hysterical pediatricians with their murderous vaccine programs can
be complemented. The Windows monster Bill Gates and his wife Melinda
are beginning to promote registering all babies
world-wide through cell-phone technology so that they can identify
every baby to be vaccinated. I have no words for their mass-murder
practices but hope sincerely that the asteroids you hurl work well. Keep
up the good work and be aware that there a lots of people around the
globe who believe you.
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