Vaccines cause autism. Or, is it vaccines result in autism?
You say tomato. I say to-mah-to.
Cause it. Result in it. Vaccines did it. You know it. I know it. And now, come to find out, our government apparently knew it too.
For years now more than enough people have suggested that vaccines cause autism. Several have tried to prove it. Try as they might, those who should have acknowledged it have turned a blind eye. Not only did they do that, but they adamantly defended themselves with skewed statistics. News of these skewed statistics came from someone working at the CDC. The CDC’s slogan is Saving Lives. Protecting People. After last week’s news I can’t help but ask whose lives were they trying to save? Their own? Whose lives were they protecting? Themselves?
Relying on paperwork instead of listening to those who’ve been negatively affected by vaccines has kept officials’ heads in the clouds. Having their heads in the clouds gives them a free pass. It looks like that free pass was used by several people. According to the whistleblower, they didn’t factually report their findings. They didn’t accurately inform the public. They didn’t reveal dangers associated with vaccines. They didn’t publicly state the truth. That vaccines come with risks. That they’re loaded with side effects. That they don’t offer lifelong immunity. And that they cause autism.
Mind you that none of this information is new; it’s just kept so hush hush that unless you or a loved one has experienced a vaccine injury, it goes under the radar. Only when vaccine injury hits close to home is one forced to go back, read the fine print and put two and two together. Unfortunately, at that point, they’re left to fend for themselves. When vaccines cause autism, a vaccine injured is left high and dry. That’s because the vaccines industry is protected by the government, the same government that evidently knew that vaccines cause autism. Rather than looking out for and protecting the ones they’re meant to serve, the vaccine industry and those who oversee it have chosen to protect each other.
Fortunately, some people are taking a step away from the bureaucracy and toward the truth. Surely taking that step came with risks, but isn’t honesty usually the best policy? I’d like to think it is.
So what’s the next step? Last week Thompson came clean. Will the others follow suit? Will the story be quickly buried like other vaccine stories are buried? Or will what’s been revealed soon merit breaking news status across mainstream channels? If it does, will the badgering of vaccine safety proponents and of parents who exercise their right to opt out of vaccines end? And will the public finally realize that our government’s deafening silence forced many of us to become vocal about the vaccine-autism link? I’m anxiously waiting to see what news, if any, will be shared and if any of those questions will be answered.
I’d like to believe that some good will come from this situation. I’d like to think that the stories and links that blew up my newsfeed last week crossed over to mainstream channels. I’d like to hope that my non-autism parent friends’ eyebrows raised as they saw the story flash across their newsfeeds too. I’d like to believe that an in-depth investigation will occur and that the results will be shared far and wide so that more parents can be empowered with the truth.
Knowing the truth is better than being placated with fabrications made by crooked officials. Those fabrications need to stop. So many people have been hurt in the name of science, science we’ve recently learned has been based on fraud. Too many too soon and too little too late. That sounds terrible, but it seems to be a more accurate theme for today’s vaccine program. Our children deserve better. We all do.
Cathy Jameson is a Contributing Editor for Age of Autism.