When I created the March 1 rabbit hole
I knew I would get at least one rebuttal to
the statement of Dr. Kristina Chew.
I added the quote only because Dr. Chew notes that
correlation and causation are entirely different things,
and being in marketing, I see people confuse these every day.
I’m not sure what I believe about autism and its causes
but I can assure you it’s a very hot topic among a percentage
of the population. Touch a dental nerve and people jump.
“We are controlled by our beliefs.”
That statement, when combined with the image at the top
of the page, is a little bit disturbing, don’t you think?
We touch a dental nerve when we challenge a belief system.
In this case, the statement and the image flagrantly challenge
our belief that we are objective, rational and independent.
We are disturbed by the assertion that we are easily controlled.
People used to say the world was flat, but now they say there’s no relationship between Autism and vaccines. Your insinuation based on the context of the memo that Kristina Chew is correct is the new way to call the earth flat, I believe. It may take more than your or my lifetime, but the world will have its “Aha” moment. Too bad our children will suffer until then.
Look up thiomersal. You’ll find it’s a preservative to extend the shelf life of vaccines. It’s not such a big deal unless you put a cocktail of shots together that have it in there. Until 1999, the amount of thiomersal in the measles, mumps, and rubella shot was 300 times the recommended amount for an adult, and we all bought in and loaded our kids with it without asking what was in those shots. Unfortunately, when the FDA discovered the effects, they put a stop to the excess of the preservative, but never ordered the previous vaccines off the shelves. That would cost the pharmas too much money to replace immediately.
I could bore you with the ways that thiomersal destroys the gut and brain of a child susceptible to autism, but I will tell you that my son Dane is recovering and will likely graduate from the Wizard Academy one day and likely adorn the halls with some of his famous artwork.
Maybe they won’t ever send me to jail for what I believe, but I think you of all people could appreciate a minority view.
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I always appreciate an intelligent minority view and your view certainly qualifies.
Dane is lucky to have you as his father. We look forward to his visit.
Roy H. Williams