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FailureManaging Editor's Note: "Six years and almost a billion dollars later, Insel Insel Dr. Kinghas not only failed to produce even one medical intervention or recommendation to prevent or treat autism, the autism rate has DOUBLED on his watch."

Imagine if children were developing life threatening cancer at the rate of 1 in 54 boys - and in six years with almost a billion dollars the committee had failed to stem the tide, refused to look at causation or prevention, and instead spent a good portion of its time diligently dickering over the curtain colors at hospice?

DcWhat can Tom Insel say to the families of the fallen children - many of them born after IACC was installed?  IACC is failing the autism community. (Read more from AofA on IACC HERE.  The Canary Party and major national autism organizations who demand more than epidemic dithering and denial and unrealistic neurodiversity-based decisions for our loved ones whose lives have been derailed by autism invites members of the community in protest on July 10th:

On Tuesday, July10th at 9am, the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee will be holding the first meeting of the newly empaneled members.  The Autism community will be showing up to let them know that their actions have been wholly unsatisfactory.

in 2006, Congress passed the Combating Autism Act, giving the federal government almost a billion dollars to find ways to prevent and treat autism.  The head of NIMH, Thomas Insel, was appointed to lead the IACC in coordinating that effort. 

Six years and almost a billion dollars later, Insel has not only failed to produce even one medical intervention or recommendation to prevent or treat autism, the autism rate has DOUBLED on his watch.  Tens of thousands of reports of improvements and recoveries via biomedical intervention have been ignored and gone uninvestigated.  He broke federal committee rules to strip vaccine research out of the autism research agenda.  Every year the complaints of Insel's malfeasance have become louder and louder in the autism community.

His abuse of his position came to fruition this past April when he announced the new members of the IACC.  The authentic autism community that is seeking to bring an end to the autism epidemic had nominated well respected researchers, doctors and advocates with impressive histories and large followings, however Insel ignored every one of the nominations, and instead seated a panel consisting of purely political appointees, four of who publicly state that they do not believe that autism should be prevented or medically treated.

That was when we reached our breaking point.  A coalition of advocacy groups representing tens of thousands of families held a press conference and demanded that Insel be fired, that the current mockery of a an IACC panel be disbanded, and that HHS Secretary Kathleen Sibelius meet with leaders of the coalition to chart a path forward to actually address the autism epidemic.

The only response that we received was what amounts to a form letter signed by NIH chief Francis Collins, that was clearly written by a staffer, and that did not address any of the points made to Secretary Sibelius.

We have had enough.

Join us for a demonstration of our concern over a public health disaster that is devastating a generation of children.

July 10th, 9:00am

L'Enfant Plaza Hotel (A bitter irony, "enfant" means child in French)
408 L'Enfant Plaza, SW
Washington, DC 20024
Map and Directions 

We will be demonstrating our concern to the new committee and letting them know that that we believe that the IACC as currently constituted has lost its legitimacy and its right to lead during their public comments portion of the meeting mid day, followed by a gathering in front of the Department of Health and Human Services in the afternoon.

We strongly encourage you to give your own public comments.  The procedure is as follows:

Notification of intent to present oral comments: July 3th by 5:00 p.m. Eastern
Submission of written/electronic statement for oral comments: July 5th by 5:00 p.m. Eastern

Submission of written comments: July 5th by 5:00 p.m. Eastern

Send notifications to:

Ms. Lina Perez
Office of Autism Research Coordination
National Institute of Mental Health, NIH
6001 Executive Boulevard, NSC
Room 6182S
Rockville, Maryland 20892-9669
Phone:  (301) 443-6040
E-mail: IACCPublicInquiries@mail.nih.gov

Details on the IACC meeting can be found here:

http://iacc.hhs.gov/events/2012/full-committee-mtg-announcement-july10.shtml

More details coming soon.

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Firstonetoblinkloses

These people come up w/so many different excuses to get paid and not work that it's mind-boggling. To Tom Insel on 60,000 environmental toxins and not knowing where to start, I'd tell him 2 things: 1. start at the beginning and study the chemicals and medicines on the market already and 2. make a call to his friends in the chemical and pharma industries and tell them not to put more stuff on the market until we solve this.

Then, I'd suggest to him to use a computer. A computer is a device invented several decades ago that can be used to process large amounts of information at once. It can take projects that would normally take years and condense them into weeks, days, and even hours. The computers use software, such as SAS, to do things like datamining. Such programs can quickly pinpoint patterns in information that it would take years for humans to discern and make sense of. In the case of SAS, their motto is even, actually, The Power To Know. As a matter of fact, I believe our government already uses SAS for many things. I betcha a lot of the pharmaceutical companies do, too. Maybe, Tom, you could use some of your funds to license some SAS software and actually start professionally analyzing the complex medical issues you were hired to solve.

I would suggest using such software to analyze the blood, hair, and tissue in children with autism, their parents, and their grandparents, and their neurotypical siblings for chemicals and heavy metals. Then look at families without autism, if there are any left. Then take the chemicals and heavy metals that are most commonly found in those family trees with autism, and make a list of them. Then actually publicize that list as part of a working hypothesis. Tom, you could, theoretically, have multiple groups studying multiple lists - group A will study list one, group B will study list 2, group B will study list 3. All of these groups could also use these computer machines and software to help do the work. Oh, the possibilities are endless. You might even arrange the most common chemicals and medicines found in a way to see which ones hit the market in the years leading up to the gestational phase of life of the grandparents & parents before the autism spike in the early 90's which appears to continue even today. That would be a great place to start, Tom. It could actually really narrow the field down from 60,000 and define the "type" of chemical and medicines to hone in on. For instance, maybe the ones to be most concerned about are those affecting mitochondria or cellular energy production or something. Statins are notorious for affecting that, aren't they, something about people on statins needing to be on ubiquinol . . . oh wait, that's a whole other conversation.

Anyway, Tom, while waiting for the results, you could find and recommend ways for parents to avoid those products, in case the results lead to correlation or even causation. That's called duel processing, Tom - when you work on 2 things at once in order to maximize the use of your time when operating under time constraints. By the way, an explosion of autism requiring special lifelong medical, educational, and residential resources to the tune of over 3 million dollars per person is probably such a time constraint. Our government is really in debt right now and people are unemployed and have lost their retirement savings so if we can reduce medical spending, it could really free up money for the rest of the economy.

Remember that thing called software I had mentioned earlier? There is actually software designed now for complex project management, Tom. It makes it easy to track milestones and results. Someone could really make progress using something like that. You could actually simultaneously study and prepare ways to remove those products from blood and tissue at the very same time you are studying the presence of chemicals and medicines in a family's history. I hear project managers all over the country are embracing it.

Tom, to sum it up, simply start. You can sit and whine about it, but really, the hardest project is the one that hasn't been attempted yet. In the meantime, we'll start looking for your replacement.

Augie

The last time I was closely involved in a federal coordinating committee, it was orchestrated through an upstart non-profit, given a 5 million dollar contract through an inside EPA attorney and duplicated my work and stole some of my published content of my 5 year research I did on a $250 investment that was purchased for a sum by nearly everyone in the industry I worked in. The executive director was tried on other matters and convicted of dealing directly with Sadamm Husseins military for huge sums and supplying our military surplus helicopters equippwd with equipment for chemical warfare. If this sounds familiar, wait and see how this will play out with covering up treatments and the vax/autism connection. After all, they will need to steal it in order to capture the market.

Benedetta

While my hubby sleeps which is all the time; I search the darn net.
I know you all know for I have heard many of you mention it again and again how much vet medicine is so far ahead of human meds on all this.

There are tons and tons of studies not just on rats but on dogs, cats, cattle for goodness sakes - the symptons of all the things that can go wrong when the hypothalmus is damaged.

THey are trying out treatments -- what is wrong with the IACC????

What is wrong with the whole medical establishment?

They have lost their heart or maybe they never had one, but some dark, evil mad scientist type of curiosity.

Jim Witte

A billion dollars.. How many times over could that have paid for HBOT treatment for at least half of our injured service persons under the TBI Treatment Act? (At rates put forth by Dr. Harch in the 2002 Congressions testimony, not the ridiculous rates that the UHMS charges..) More importantly, how many *thousand* data points on neurological recovery would we have now, instead of the relatively piddledy little 20-30 people in the 2010 study on HBOT and PTSD? Or even the relatively piddledy little 150-250 people in the Rockwold 1992 study - possibly the best study we have to date.

Jim

Benedetta

You GO Raymond;
We too learn from our experiences of the past, and we have leaders that have a long experience with the branches of the CDC, NIH and lots of Tom Insel types.

Raymond Gallup


Dear cmo,

Per..........

'Seems I recall Dr. Insel stating that there could be some "environment Autism" issues, but he did not know "which of the 60,000" possible environmental toxins to study...

Seems that the funds could be split 50 / 50 for genetics and vaccine research.

Of course the gene group has a one billion dollar head start.... so probably a 10 / 90 split would be best for the next decade.'

Posted by: cmo | July 05, 2012 at 09:54 PM

I don't think "Dr." Insel, the IACC, or the Combating Autism Act will contribute one dime of Federal government funding to do any research into the autism/vaccine link. They may do a study that leads to disproving a link to vaccines and autism that the NIH and CDC are famous for. Don't hold your breath about them doing the right thing. I had too much dealings with the NIH and CDC going back to the mid and late 1990s into the early 2000s to know that these people will stonewall the autism community. The IACC is just another appendage of the CDC and NIH. The only thing they will understand is if their funding dries up and personally I think that would be the best approach since giving them funding and then asking/demonstrating against them hasn't worked over the years. I have seen plenty of demonstrations with autism rallies in the 1990s and 2000s to know this as reality.....as well as meetings that went nowhere.

People are welcome to keep trying but realize these people, the NIH, DCD, IACC, etc., will continue to stonewall the autism community especially when they get lots of taxpayer funding free and unlimited.

cmo

Seems I recall Dr. Insel stating that there could be some "environment Autism" issues, but he did not know "which of the 60,000" possible environmental toxins to study...

Seems that the funds could be split 50 / 50 for genetics and vaccine research.

Of course the gene group has a one billion dollar head start.... so probably a 10 / 90 split would be best for the next decade.

Tara McMillan

These are my public comments for next Tuesday. Good afternoon. I am addressing my comments to the public as well as the the members of the Interagency Autism coordinating Committee. My name is Tara McMillan. My son was born in 2006. He was a perfectly healthy baby with an apgar score of 8 and 9. On the second day of his life, he was given a hep b shot, as well as at 2 months, and 4 months. At 6 months of age - he lost his ability to suck, and could no longer nurse. This can be compared to the primate study that was published in the journal of Neurotoxicology in 2009. The primate study showed a significant decrease in the survival reflexes of the male rhesus macaque monkeys after the hepatitis B vaccination.

My son also had two series of shots in one visit- to "catch up" his vaccines- which is routinely done all over the country. He should not of had ten doses of vaccines at once. I was not an informed parent. My son's brain swelled, and he was thought to have hydrocephalus. It wasn't until a year later that I discovered on my own that it was vaccine related.

My son suffered vaccine reactions. Sadly this is the occurance in many of the homes of the family member that will be affected by Autism. If you just hear the testimony of parents who loose their child after vaccination, you know we have a problem with the vaccines. Its not the childrens fault, its not the parents fault, its the vaccines fault. Case studies need to be done on each family that has an ASD child. Case studies that include what triggered the illness, what history the mom might have had due to exposure to heavy metals ,repeat antibiotics, and or other medical interventions while she was pregnant.

All it takes is for accurate data to be contributed to the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee. This information must be verified by an independent source, and not one that contributes directly to the Interagency Autism Committee. As a parent of a child with Autism, I am doing everything that I can to recover my son from Vaccine induced Autism. If other kids can recover, and they do- my son should not have less of a chance.

The Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee needs to listen to the parents of Vaccine injured children, and they need to take direct action in finding out why Vaccines hurt our children. It doesn't matter if the CDC will think there is a panic and the safety of vaccines are questioned, it matters that our children are suffering and no one is doing anything about it.

I challenge the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee to do the right thing, head the words of parents, and not be persuaded by those that have other interests. The truth will come out, one way or another. You can be the ones to bring it to press, or you can be a part of a group that keep denying the link between Vaccine injury and Autism. More children will have Autism in the future because parents believe the lies that vaccines are safe. If I would have known that Vaccines would have caused my son to have autism, I would have never ever let him have the shots when he was a baby.

My son has Autism. I know why. I do not have a degree in medical science or in anything related. If I could find out on my own what caused my son to have Autism, don't you think that you could do more? Parents are relying on you all to find out why, and to do real studies, not those that are funded by vaccine manufacturers, who in return are just looking out for their business.

The Autism numbers are 1 in 88 now. Guess what? My son is not even counted in that number . He is only 6, and all children under the age of twelve are not counted in the new numbers that came out this past April. The numbers will be more, perhaps 3 in 25? Perhaps 2 in 10? Our children do not need to suffer this American Holocaust any longer. Listen to the parents. Thank you for giving me this time.

Raymond Gallup


It appears the NIMH IACCPublicInquiries liked me comment to them and my Congressman regarding the IACC (I say that tongue in cheek).

Here is there response..........

-------- Begin forwarded message --------
Subject: RE: Feds Fail Autism Community, Demonstration, 7/10, Wash. DC
Date: 7/5/12 11:47:24 AM
From: "NIMH IACCPublicInquiries (NIH/NIMH)"
To: "'Raymond Gallup'"
Cc: "NIMH IACCPublicInquiries (NIH/NIMH)"


Dear Mr. Gallup,

Thank you for your written comments. A copy will be submitted to the IACC on July 10, 2012.

Best regards,

Lina Perez
OARC

From: Raymond Gallup [mailto:raygallup@optimum.net]
Sent: Tuesday, July 03, 2012 9:00 PM
To: .....reply@mail.house.gov; NIMH IACCPublicInquiries (NIH/NIMH)
Subject: FW: Feds Fail Autism Community, Demonstration, 7/10, Wash. DC

Dear Congressman ...........,

As a taxpayer and a parent with an adult son with autism and aggressions in an out-of-state residential I refer you to the message below and ask that you save taxpayers money by getting rid of this organization or if it can't be reduced funding radically.

Apparently, this IACC is a WPA project that spends money and helps none of the kids with autism. Plus it wastes a lot of taxpayer money and with a deficit going on this is an area you can cut and save money by not adding to the deficit. This Combating Autism Act is a big waste of money along with the funding for the IACC.....please get rid of it.

Thank you.

Ray Gallup
Lake Hiawatha, NJ 07034

-------- Begin forwarded message --------
Subject: Feds Fail Autism Community, Demonstration, 7/10, Wash. DC
Date: 7/3/12 12:46:41 PM
From: "Autism Action Network (A-CHAMP)"
To: "Raymond Gallup"

The Feds are Failing the Autism Community More Info
Demonstration at IACC, July 10, Wash. DC The IACC is failing the autism community.
Join us in protest on July 10th!!
On Tuesday, July 10th at 9am, the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee will be holding the first meeting of the newly empaneled members. The Autism community will be showing up to let them know they have completely failed in their responsibilities.
In 2006, Congress passed the Combating Autism Act, giving the federal government almost a billion dollars to find ways to prevent and treat autism. The head of NIMH, Thomas Insel, was appointed to lead the IACC in coordinating that effort. 

 Six years and almost a billion dollars later, Insel has not only failed to produce even one medical intervention or recommendation to prevent or treat autism, the autism rate has DOUBLED on his watch. Tens of thousands of reports of improvements and recoveries via biomedical intervention have been ignored and gone uninvestigated. He broke federal committee rules and strip vaccine research out of the autism research agenda. Every year the complaints of Insel's malfeasance have become louder and louder in the autism community. His abuse of his position came to fruition this past April when he announced the new members of the IACC. The authentic autism community that is seeking to bring an end to the autism epidemic had nominated well respected researchers, doctors and advocates with impressive histories and large followings, however Insel ignored every one of the nominations, and instead seated a panel consisting of purely political appointees,four of whom publicly state that they do not believe that autism should be prevented or medically treated. That was when we reached our breaking point.
A coalition of advocacy groups representing tens of thousands of families held a press conference and demanded that Insel be fired, that the current mockery of a an IACC panel be disbanded, and that HHS Secretary Kathleen Sibelius meet with leaders of the coalition to chart a path forward to actually address the autism epidemic. The only response that we received was what amounts to a form letter signed by NIH chief Francis Collins, that was clearly written by a staffer, and that did not address any of the points made to Secretary Sibelius.
We have had enough. Join us for a demonstration of our contempt for the health atrocity that is being waged on a generation of children, which is now fully enabled by the Department of Health and Human Services.
July 10th, 9:00am
L'Enfant Plaza Hotel 

408L'Enfant Plaza, SW 
 Washington , DC 20024 

Map and Directions
We will be telling the new committee that we believe that the IACC is a farce and a fraud during their public comments portion of the meeting mid day, followed by a demonstration in front of the Department of Health and Human Services in the afternoon.
We strongly encourage you to give your own public comments. The procedure is as follows:
Notification of intent to present oral comments: July 3th by 5:00 p.m. Eastern 

Submission of written/electronic statement for oral comments: July 5th by 5:00 p.m. Eastern 
 Submission of written comments: July 5th by 5:00 p.m. Eastern
Send notifications to: Ms. Lina Perez

 Office of Autism Research Coordination 

National Institute of Mental Health, NIH 
 6001
Executive Boulevard, NSC 
 Room 6182S

 Rockville, Maryland 20892-9669

 Phone: (301) 443-6040

 E-mail: IACCPublicInquiries@mail.nih.gov
Details on the IACC meeting can be found here:
http://iacc.hhs.gov/events/2012/full-committee-mtg-announcement-july10.shtml
Bring your signs, your children and your righteous anger. More details coming soon.
If you no longer wish to receive e-mail from us, please clickhere.

Raymond Gallup


John,

In my email to my Congressman and the IACC I included the following email from the Autism Action Network below. You are right in saying they are not only ineffective and sending the wrong message, and that alone is reason enough to get rid of the IACC and Combating Autism Act. Short of getting rid of them, if it can't be done for whatever reason, would be cut the funding down next to nothing which can be done.

Ray

-------- Begin forwarded message --------
Subject: Feds Fail Autism Community, Demonstration, 7/10, Wash. DC
Date: 7/3/12 12:46:41 PM
From: "Autism Action Network (A-CHAMP)"
To: "Raymond Gallup"


The Feds are Failing the Autism Community More Info
Demonstration at IACC, July 10, Wash. DC The IACC is failing the autism community.
Join us in protest on July 10th!!


On Tuesday, July 10th at 9am, the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee will be holding the first meeting of the newly empaneled members. The Autism community will be showing up to let them know they have completely failed in their responsibilities.


In 2006, Congress passed the Combating Autism Act, giving the federal government almost a billion dollars to find ways to prevent and treat autism. The head of NIMH, Thomas Insel, was appointed to lead the IACC in coordinating that effort. 

Six years and almost a billion dollars later, Insel has not only failed to produce even one medical intervention or recommendation to prevent or treat autism, the autism rate has DOUBLED on his watch. Tens of thousands of reports of improvements and recoveries via biomedical intervention have been ignored and gone uninvestigated. He broke federal committee rules and strip vaccine research out of the autism research agenda. Every year the complaints of Insel's malfeasance have become louder and louder in the autism community. His abuse of his position came to fruition this past April when he announced the new members of the IACC. The authentic autism community that is seeking to bring an end to the autism epidemic had nominated well respected researchers, doctors and advocates with impressive histories and large followings, however Insel ignored every one of the nominations, and instead seated a panel consisting of purely political appointees,four of whom publicly state that they do not believe that autism should be prevented or medically treated. That was when we reached our breaking point.


A coalition of advocacy groups representing tens of thousands of families held a press conference and demanded that Insel be fired, that the current mockery of a an IACC panel be disbanded, and that HHS Secretary Kathleen Sibelius meet with leaders of the coalition to chart a path forward to actually address the autism epidemic. The only response that we received was what amounts to a form letter signed by NIH chief Francis Collins, that was clearly written by a staffer, and that did not address any of the points made to Secretary Sibelius.


We have had enough. Join us for a demonstration of our contempt for the health atrocity that is being waged on a generation of children, which is now fully enabled by the Department of Health and Human Services.


July 10th, 9:00am
L'Enfant Plaza Hotel

408L'Enfant Plaza, SW
Washington , DC 20024

Map and Directions


We will be telling the new committee that we believe that the IACC is a farce and a fraud during their public comments portion of the meeting mid day, followed by a demonstration in front of the Department of Health and Human Services in the afternoon.


We strongly encourage you to give your own public comments. The procedure is as follows:


Notification of intent to present oral comments: July 3th by 5:00 p.m. Eastern

Submission of written/electronic statement for oral comments: July 5th by 5:00 p.m. Eastern
Submission of written comments: July 5th by 5:00 p.m. Eastern


Send notifications to: Ms. Lina Perez

Office of Autism Research Coordination

National Institute of Mental Health, NIH
6001
Executive Boulevard, NSC
Room 6182S

Rockville, Maryland 20892-9669

Phone: (301) 443-6040

E-mail: IACCPublicInquiries@mail.nih.gov


Details on the IACC meeting can be found here:


http://iacc.hhs.gov/events/2012/full-committee-mtg-announcement-july10.shtml


Bring your signs, your children and your righteous anger. More details coming soon.
If you no longer wish to receive e-mail from us, please clickhere.


Mom to a recovered PDD-NOS using biomed.

@Adam M -

I see more "PDD-NOS" at least in my town for those born after 2004. Older kids are much more severely affected - Anyone else seeing this? Also, these new parents not as alarmed thinking their kids "going to grow out of it" so the do nothing approach is implemented. I can tell you that they aren't growing out of it - and by age 4/5 they are given the autism diagnosis. But that is only in my small world here. Anyone else?

Simpson Wood

"In 2010, in a talk at NIH, Dr. Thomas Insel, head of the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) created by Congress to deal with autism,
said that 80 percent of Americans with autism are under the age of 18 and he warned that we need “to prepare for a million people who may be in need of significant services.”"


A mmilion people , lives ruined , dont tell me this isnt a cull !

Benedetta

Insel said the kids with autism have brains that look normal. That is becaue they are normal - they now need to look at the hypothalmus.
Oh, no, not there - it is not part of the brain anyway, and can't possibly be the problem!

I am almost tempted to scrap money together- and come. I could put my sick hubby in the back of our van, along with my two adult kids and come - except damn it we spent all our money last month on drugs and a bull. The bull is so my 90 year old father and I can continue to pretend that his grandson and my son will someday take over the farm. ---- and I need a whole set of new tires on the van - they will never make it to Washington. I wonder how much we could rent a car for? Hmmmm, might look into that.

Anne McElroy Dachel

I love the image of Insel in front of a photo of Martin Luther King. If King had conducted himself like Insel does, African Americans would still be riding in the back of the bus in Montgomery AL.

We should use the King's example and have our own Selma-to-Montgomery March to protest this man's malfeasance.

Anne Dachel, Media

Anne McElroy Dachel

Three months ago, April 4, 2012, Insel wrote the story,
The New Genetics of Autism – Why Environment Matters
http://www.nimh.nih.gov/about/director/2012/the-new-genetics-of-autism-why-environment-matters.shtml

It’s a pathetic attempt to convince us that science is moving forward and he pretends to tell us something about autism.
Most of the piece is about genetics. Insel asks, “Is autism genetic or environmental?” STILL? With a rate of one in every 88 children, one in every 54 boys? he’s still asking the question?

Studies only “suggest” it can be both?

Insel wrote, “In parallel we need to find environmental factors, recognizing that there will be many causes for the autisms and many roads to find them.”

Insel is looking for “many causes” and “many roads to find them” while more and more children are being crippled. This man has no right to continue on his path of incompetence and cover-up. Nowhere in his piece is there a mention of the thousands and thousands of reports that claim that vaccines are the cause. The only thing that Insel could cite as “environmental” was parental age.

The IACC can tell us nothing more about autism than they knew six years ago and not a single child has been helped by anything this group has done. Parents want this man removed and replaced with someone who cares about what’s happening to our children.
Anne Dachel, Media

Adam M

Just for clarity. The latest 1 in 88 eight year olds with autism is actually from babies born in 2000, correct? We don't know if it doubled from there under his watch or not. Which is even more shameful. Makes me think it is either much worse or much better. Either the rate went even higher after the replacement of some mercury for more aluminum in schedule or the reduction of mercury worked too good. If its much worse thats good for denying the mercury connection, although that is not an airtight argument, and they look really impotent. If its fallen off dramatically then thats pretty damning thimerosal, its cheerleaders and the genetics crowd. Or am I missing something?

John Stone

Ray

Fine, but I think we have to highlight that not only is it ineffective, it is actually making things actively much worse with its delusory, false flags rhetoric. Everyone is being strung along.

John

Raymond Gallup


This is what I sent to my Congressman and copied iaccpublicinquiries@mail.nih.gov
as well in the same email. As a parent if this organization can't be eradicated then at least funding should be cut to the bone. With the record amount of spending/deficits by Washington DC, this should be considered high on the list for cuts saving the taxpayers of which we are. Like a lot of other families this organization has not helped our son with autism and aggressions. Nor has the Combating Autism Act. Totally useless.


Dear Congressman ........,

As a taxpayer and a parent with an adult son with autism and aggressions in an out-of-state residential I refer you to the message below and ask that you save taxpayers money by getting rid of this organization or if it can't be reduced funding radically.


Apparently, this IACC is a WPA project that spends money and helps none of the kids with autism. Plus it wastes a lot of taxpayer money and with a deficit going on this is an area you can cut and save money by not adding to the deficit. This Combating Autism Act is a big waste of money along with the funding for the IACC.....please get rid of it.


Thank you.


Ray Gallup

John Stone

But it is a huge success: money and time wasted looking through the wrong end of a telescope. Just what he was put there to do. Time for lots of jokes, back slapping, congratulations...

I just saw the report on Fukushima: "a disaster made in Japan".

"Its fundamental causes were to be found, Mr Kurokawa wrote, in “our reflexive obedience; our reluctance to question authority; our devotion to ‘sticking with program’; our groupism; and our insularity”."


Well, this one was made in America, with a little help from elsewhere.

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