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RFK 100KBy Cathy Jameson

What a week it’s been!  Press conferences, legislative meetings, and a $100,000  challenge - if you missed the latest vaccine/mercury news, catch up here.


The World Mercury Project team, as well as several members from Health Choice, did quite a bit of advocating in The District last week.  Hoping to be at a few of the events, I began to make preparations to join the effort.  Quickly glancing at our family calendar, I checked to make sure I wouldn’t have any conflicts.  Nothing was pressing.  With the kids in school and with Ronan’s team available to be work with him in my absence, I could go.  I was excited.  It had been awhile since I’d gone to D.C.   

The closer it got to the date, though, the less likely it was going to work out for me to be there.  I wanted to be with my friends and with the groups fighting for children like mine, but new family commitments that I could not afford to miss cropped up.  Brainstorming how to work things out, I tried to rearrange a few appointments.  No luck.  Unless I could bi-locate, it was not looking good for me to be in D.C.  I had to make a decision.  Was where I wanted to be more important than where I needed to be?  I knew the answer, but I stayed hopeful that something in our schedule would give.  It didn’t.  I sent regrets rather than confirm a reservation.    

Over the course of the few days that Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Robert DeNiro were making headlines, I popped in on FaceBook and other social media outlets when I could.  Friends were checking in and sharing details of what they were doing and with whom they were speaking.  Posting pictures of the exciting events, I lived vicariously through their updates. 

Scrolling through the newsfeed in the waiting room at the eye clinic on Wednesday afternoon, my youngest said to me, “Mommy, who are those people in the pictures?” 

I replied, “Oh, those are friends of mine.  They’re in Washington, D.C. right now doing some really neat things.”

“In D.C.?  Weren’t you supposed to be there?” she asked.

“Yep.  I was,” I said as we scrolled through a few more pictures.

“But you’re here…” she started.

“I am here,” I smile, “I get to be with you today instead.  Your new glasses were ready today, and I wouldn’t want to miss that,” I told her.

“I wouldn’t want you to miss it either,” she smiled back.

“I don’t want to be anywhere else but right here with you,” she added.

“I’m so glad I’m here, honey,” I told her.

And I was. 

Earlier in the week when I realized I couldn’t get to where all the advocacy action was, I’ll admit that I was disappointed.  No matter how many times I tried to work it out – be The Advocate or be The Mom, I just could not figure out how to do it all.  In choosing to stay home, I missed out on meeting up with some pretty neat people.  I missed out on some exciting behind-the-scenes planning and networking.  I missed out on some history in the making, too.  But last week while all that meeting, planning, and networking was going on, I got to do something more fulfilling– I got to be Mama to my babies.    

Advocating is important.  But I do that already.  The kids see me doing that all the time.  Every time I talk about, write about, or share a story about autism, about vaccines, about raising a child like Ronan or about raising kids like them, I advocate.  I may not be marching on Washington or making speeches from a podium in front of a roomful of Senators, but what I do – and what scores of other parents also do from home – is important. 

One night last week during family prayers, my children prayed for Mommy’s friends who were in D.C.  They recognized how important it was for them to get to meet up with each other and to go to the big meetings.  They understood that sacrifices may have been made for these other moms and dads to be away from their children.  I thanked them for their prayers and told them how proud I was of them for thinking about others, especially other kids.  I thanked them for their patience, too.  When my plans didn’t work out, they offered extra help and gave me extra hugs on the days I had planned to be away from the house. 

As I tucked my children in that night, I knew I’d made the right decision to stay home.  Getting into bed later that night, I said some prayers – prayers for friends, prayers for those who tirelessly advocate, and prayers for my children.  As much as it would’ve been an incredible experience to be in D.C. last week, being home with my family is where I was called to be.  I wouldn’t be the mom I am today without my family.  They know that I need them as much as they need me.

Cathy Jameson is a Contributing Editor for Age of Autism.




The 1918 Influenza Epidemic was a Vaccine-caused Disease

Posted on July 11, 2009 by Barbara Peterson

FluVictimI. Honorof, E. McBean (Vaccination The Silent Killer p28)

Source: Dr. Rebecca Carley

Very few people realize that the worst epidemic ever to hit America, the Spanish Influenza of 1918 was the after effect of the massive nation-wide vaccine campaign. The doctors told the people that the disease was caused by germs. Viruses were not known at that time or they would have been blamed. Germs, bacteria and viruses, along with bacilli and a few other invisible organisms are the scapegoats, which the doctors like to blame for the things they do not understand. If the doctor makes a wrong diagnosis and treatment, and kills the patient, he can always blame it on the germs, and say the patient didn’t get an early diagnosis and come to him in time.

If we check back in history to that 1918 flu period, we will see that it suddenly struck just after the end of World War I when our soldiers were returning home from overseas. That was the first war in which all the known vaccines were forced on all the servicemen. This mish-mash of poison drugs and putrid protein of which the vaccines were composed, caused such widespread disease and death among the soldiers that it was the common talk of the day, that more of our men were being killed by medical shots than by enemy shots from guns. Thousands were invalided home or to military hospitals, as hopeless wrecks, before they ever saw a day of battle. The death and disease rate among the vaccinated soldiers was four times higher than among the unvaccinated civilians. But this did not stop the vaccine promoters. Vaccine has always been big business, and so it was continued doggedly.

It was a shorter war than the vaccine-makers had planned on, only about a year for us, so the vaccine promoters had a lot of unused, spoiling vaccines left over which they wanted to sell at a good profit. So they did what they usually do, they called a meeting behind closed doors, and plotted the whole sordid program, a nationwide (worldwide) vaccination drive using all their vaccines, and telling the people that the soldiers were coming home with many dread diseases contracted in foreign countries and that it was the patriotic duty of every man, woman and child to get "protected" by rushing down to the vaccination centers and having all the shots.

Most people believe their doctors and government officials, and do what they say. The result was, that almost the entire population submitted to the shots without question, and it was only a matter of hours until people began dropping dead in agony, while many others collapsed with a disease of such virulence that no one had ever seen anything like it before. They had all the characteristics of the diseases they had been vaccinated against, the high fever, chills, pain, cramps, diarrhea, etc. of typhoid, and the pneumonia like lung and throat congestion of diphtheria and the vomiting, headache, weakness and misery of hepatitis from the jungle fever shots, and the outbreak of sores on the skin from the smallpox shots, along with paralysis from all the shots, etc.

The doctors were baffled, and claimed they didn’t know what caused the strange and deadly disease, and they certainly had no cure. They should have known the underlying cause was the vaccinations, because the same thing happened to the soldiers after they had their shots at camp. The typhoid fever shots caused a worse form of the disease, which they called para-typhoid. Then they tried to suppress the symptoms of that one with a stronger vaccine, which caused a still more serious disease, which killed and disabled a great many men. The combination of all the poison vaccines fermenting together in the body, caused such violent reactions that they could not cope with the situation. Disaster ran rampant in the camps. Some of the military hospitals were filled with nothing but paralyzed soldiers, and they were called war casualties, even before they left American soil. I talked to some of the survivors of that vaccine onslaught when they
returned home after the war, and they told of the horrors, not of the war itself, and battles, but of the sickness at camp.

The doctors didn’t want this massive vaccine disease to reflect on them, so they, agreed among themselves to call it Spanish Influenza. Spain was a far away place and some of the soldiers had been there, so the idea of calling it Spanish Influenza seemed to be a good way to lay the blame on someone else. The Spanish resented having us name the world scourge on them. They knew the flu didn’t originate in their country.

20,000,000 died of that flu epidemic, worldwide, and it seemed to be almost universal or as far away as the vaccinations reached. Greece and a few other countries, which did not accept the vaccines, were the only ones that were not hit by the flu. Doesn’t that prove something?

At home (in the U.S.) the situation was the same; the only ones who escaped the influenza were those who had refused the vaccinations. My family and 1 were among the few who persisted in refusing the high pressure sales propaganda, and none of us had the flu not even a sniffle, in spite of the fact that it was all around us, and in the bitter cold of winter.

Everyone seemed to have it. The whole town was down sick and dying. The hospitals were closed because the doctors and nurses were down with the flu. Everything was closed, schools, businesses, post office everything. No one was on the streets. It was like a ghost town. There were no doctors to care for the sick, so my parents went from house to house doing what they could to help the stricken in any way they could. They spent all day and part of the night for weeks, in the sick rooms, and came home only to eat and sleep. If germs or viruses, bacteria, or any other little organisms were the cause of that disease, they had plenty of opportunity to latch onto my parents and "lay them low" with the disease that had prostrated the world. But germs were not the cause of that or any other disease, so they didn’t "catch" it. I have talked to a few other people since that time, who said they escaped the 1918 flu, so I asked if they had the shots, and in every case, they said they had never believed in shots and had never had any of them. Common sense tells us that all those toxic vaccines all mixed up together in people, could not help but cause extreme body-poisoning and poisoning of some kind or another is usually the cause of disease.

Whenever a person coughs or sneezes, most people cringe, thinking that the germs are being spread around in the air and will attack people. There is no need to fear those germs any more, because that is not the way colds are developed. Germs can’t live apart from the cells (host) and can’t do harm anyway, even if they wanted to. They have no teeth to bite anyone, no poison pouches like snakes, mosquitoes or bees, and do not multiply, except in decomposed substances, so they are helpless to harm. As stated before, their purpose is useful, not destructive.

The 1918 flu was the most devastating disease we ever had, and it brought forth all the medical bag of tricks to quell it, but those added drugs, all of which are poisons, only intensified the over-poisoned condition of the people, so the treatments actually killed more than the flu did.

Angus Files

A big day out a autism free day a dream a mirage which we think one day will happen but were going to try this year and have an autism free day somehow, somewhere, doing something autism free for a day. Thanks Cathy for sharing.
Pharma Prison Time.


Jeannette Bishop

Thank you. You and your family are lights for many of us I am sure every week. I can relate to feeling unable to do enough, be enough in my case sometimes too. It seems we get to live in a torn between crucial imperatives, spread-too-thin-too-often state, so I'm grateful for the examples in this community of all those who live still, keep going however they can as best they can with whatever they are called or are able to do.


It's not the toughest job in the world merely for the work involved. It's the toughest job in the world because it's the most important and the most unsung. Thank you Dear Cathy Jameson for singing for us all!


Cathy, you speak for all of us who for various reasons can't always attend these events. I don't have a family but I can't attend either, even though my heart is there, my prayers like yours are there with Robert F. Kennedy and the rest of the Good Guys. There is this hesitancy, though, that I want to express just to put it out there. I live in a social milieu that thinks of Trump as the worst thing since Hitler, and that generally doesn't give a second thought to vaccines or vaccine injury. So I wonder how much it's going to take to penetrate this wall, that is not opposition but ignorance. When will the dam break. I am afraid it won't be soon enough. So, I am hoping that the Good Guys also target not just the masses but getting William Thompson in front of a Congressional Committee, getting people in the CDC who have integrity and care about scientific veracity to leadership positions, and getting a sane vaccine schedule with sufficient information for doctors and parents to make good decisions. Ideally the 1986 vaccine compensation bill would also be overturned. Ideally the new health care plan won't include "every child before 2" or whatever that big pharma organization government funded group is... Anyway, it could be five years before people wake up to the fact that a generation of children is being poisoned, and we need responsible government people to do their job and stop this epidemic caused by vaccines because we can't all be there all the time.

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