Here Brother Tony issued a call to action. The black community will be organized and uniting with other groups to make this into a movement.
“One of the things that was shocking to me is that…I really didn’t know much about autism because I thought, like many in my community, we thought autism was like a white problem.
“…But I was shocked to find out how disproportionately that black boys in particular [were] ill-effected by autism. I didn’t even know what the word autism meant. To get involved with this now and to see the debilitating effects of autism and to know that it's linked to vaccines that are given to us by doctors that we trust who may not know because they’re driven by money, blew me away.
“Since it’s come to my attention that it does ill-effect black boys in the black community, Native American community, as well as white community—and now it’s all of our fight. Now that we’ve taken up this fight with others, when we go to our community, there were at least four mothers in the low-income area called the government projects, when I took this information into the City of Los Angeles and to my community, these mothers knew something had happened to their children after they were vaccinated. But because the literacy rate is not high, because they were bullied by their doctors and their doctors passionately pleaded with them …that it was genetic, and the mother was carrying the guilt—when I mentioned this, to see the tears coming down these mothers’ eyes who in their spirit knew that it was nothing wrong with her, that it happened as a result of the vaccines. …It didn’t make her feel any better, but some of the guilt of thinking that this disease was passed on through genetics, was relieved, and now these mothers are a part of the movement to help us to bring to bear what’s going on with these vaccines. So that was incredible. It was incredible that I didn’t know much about autism and thinking that autism was a white problem, and now to see all of us working together to save our children.
“And as I said in Atlanta at the rally, any human being, whether you’re a father, a mother, an uncle or a lover of humanity—any of us who won’t fight for the safety of children, that they may have a future, we don’t deserve to live ourselves. That’s how serious this movement has to be.
“And we owe it to the American public, we owe it to children no matter where they are on this planet, because these vaccines are just ill-effecting us here in America. These vaccines are ill-effecting us all over globe, and now, countries in Africa are reaching out to us, the Caribbean is reaching out to us, Central and South America is reaching out to us because now they know the Nation of Islam [has] picked up this mantel and joined others of you, and our voices will be heard. We will not back down. You will not break our spirit. We do not care how much money the big pharmaceutical companies have, we put our total trust in God. And as our trust is in God, we know that this movement will grow like no other movement has ever grown before, and you will see black, white, brown, red, and yellow coming arm in arm and we will make our voices heard. We will get the information out because we deserve to know the truth about what’s going on at the CDC.”
Anne Dachel is Media Editor for Age of Autism and author of The Big Autism Cover-Up: How and Why the Media Is Lying to the American Public, which is on sale now from Skyhorse Publishing.