Feb 12, 2018, Australia SBS News: I'd choose autism: Labor MP backs vaccines
Labor MP Emma Husar says she'd choose autism over nursing a child with an illness that could have been prevented through vaccination.
Emma Husar is particularly offended when she hears people link vaccinations and autism.
The federal Labor MP is the mother of an autistic child. She also nursed her comatose sister through meningococcal disease, she told parliament on Monday.
"Let me tell you, I would take the autistic child every day over the one that almost died from an almost now-preventable disease through vaccines," Ms Husar said supporting a government proposal to change No Jab No Pay rules.
Consider what Husar is talking about: EVEN IF there is a link, we should still vaccinate. This is the true believer. This is also someone who is making the choice for those dependent on government welfare money. This is not informed consent—it’s medical tyranny.
Regardless of a link to autism—vaccines carry a risk. Everyone admits they do. Husar’s message to the people of Australia is: Too bad if YOUR CHILD IS INJURED. It’s the price you must be willing to pay. She even concedes that if vaccination could result in autism, it’s the chance she’s willing to take—AND it’s the chance Australian parents will have to take.
And notice one glaring omission here, the subject NEVER included in stories like this: Why doesn’t anyone EVER talk about determining who’s at risk for a reaction to vaccination? How is it possible to line up every child in the country for vaccine roulette? By what right can the government FORCE parents to blindly put their children at such grave risk?
I wrote about it for Age of Autism.
Catsoulis, like Emma Husar, believes we should all be willing to sacrifice our children for “the greater good.” She wrote, “But while the film acknowledges that science has so far been consistent in its refutation of a vaccine-autism link, it fails to point out that even were such a link proved definitively, all that matters is that its victims number significantly fewer than those of the diseases vaccinations are designed to prevent.”
The truth is, whatever happens to unfortunate children as a result of being vaccinated doesn’t matter. It’s acceptable because lots of other kids didn’t get sick.