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ghost_of_aswartz [S] 11 points ago +11 / -0

The source for this is actually RFK Jr and the childrens health defense network; but honestly the numbers speak for themselves

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CnnWillBlackmailYou 14 points ago +19 / -5

But they don't. And I preemptively know this will be an unpopular opinion here.

Ignoring confounding variables, then assuming correlation equates to causation is EXACTLY HOW congress and the MSM have been able to sell this shit to the immeasurably stupid masses.

There's an exceptionally high probability that autism is a direct result of the simultaneous demonization of saturated fat.

But how bout we focus on the FACT that these untested MRNA injections are NOT vaccines by ANY prior definitions, but account for MORE DEATHS in VAERS than the virus itself? Focus on the facts we have, folks.

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ItsOkayToBeWight 12 points ago +12 / -0

There could be a billion causes. Roundup in grains could be causing it too. And roundup ends up in infant formula too.

We're subject to a LOT of poisons in the modern era.

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Oldmancountry17 2 points ago +2 / -0

"We made megatons of novel materials and scattered them about with little care"...

Thanks for fucking with us !!

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Europeade 1 point ago +1 / -0

There is probably a billion causes - but you need to look at what's happening from a quantum biological perspective - because then you can backtrack and see where the major root causes are instead of this rather sporadic search gone haywire.

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AggressivePlatypus5 2 points ago +2 / -0

I agree with this. When I say autism I'm referring to legitimate disability. If you can communicate and function normally then you don't have autism. I don't care if you are socially awkward. By that definition I could be considered autistic, but I'm obviously not.

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CnnWillBlackmailYou 2 points ago +3 / -1

ABSOLUTELY agree. Now personality traits with no business on the "autism spectrum" qualify. Why? Because I can convince lazy parents to have their insurance pay for my very expensive (and mind fucking) pills.

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AggressivePlatypus5 6 points ago +6 / -0

What about testimony from parents saying their children developed autism directly after vaccination?

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Agent777 6 points ago +6 / -0

So many people watched healthy children learning to walk and talk suddenly become autistic after being vaccinated.

That's when they slipped it in there that autism can I fact result from vaccines, but vaccines don't cause them.

There is the case if the neuroscientist married to the neursevwhi was also a lawyer. They had a healthy 8 year old girl who was bright and promising but became severely disabled by autism after a vaccine.

Because she was not a baby just learning to talk and walk it was not so easy to dismiss or pretend she was always that way. They had years andxurars worth of home video and school records showing she severely autistic.

The court ruled that her autism was the result of vaccines

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Teingles 2 points ago +2 / -0

Found the link for anyone interested, I hadn't heard about this

https://www.webmd.com/brain/autism/news/20080306/dad-in-autism-vaccine-case-speaks-out

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CnnWillBlackmailYou 0 points ago +1 / -1

Literally don't care. I know one of those parents. And I saw her kids before the vaccinations. The revisionist history parents are capable of when it comes to their kids is astounding.

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SuicideTruthbomber 1 point ago +2 / -1

I am sure your one anecdote cancels out the anecdotes of a large number of people.

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Europeade 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm with you there. But you need to go one step further, it's not just saturated fats, it's modern living (no sunshine, processed foods, artificial lights/screens) etc. If your redox potential is high enough - then you will likely have no issue with getting a/the vaccine - hence why many don't show immediate symptoms (except we know a lot of vaccines cause cancer down the road). When the bucket is too full - it spills over. Often a vaccine is a big drop of water in someones already very filled bucket (because of modern living).

if you want to look up someting interesting, check out the studies done on the hazda tribe people and their gut flora and how they could take antibiotics and gut flora return to normal within 24 hours. Modern man can't do that. Because piss poor redox.

I know of several people who cured their or someone else's autism by just "ditching" the modern life (or minimising it) and going back to nature.

There's a reason the amish don't have autism - or auto immune conditions - etc etc etc- Or the hazda.

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Syrian 2 points ago +2 / -0

but honestly the numbers speak for themselves

What number? You posted a screenshot of some post on the internet.

I see you still accept any bullshit as legit source as long as it confirms your bias.

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StinkyMcFingerBang 7 points ago +9 / -2

I'm not saying there isn't a connection...

...but also, back in my day, there were probably a lot of autistic people who were just told to, "shut up and stop being retarded" and ignored and not diagnosed. So i'm unsure which is the real cause. vaccines, or douchey society.

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yeldarb1983 2 points ago +3 / -1

tough call.

I've hard arguments for peanut oil being used as a preservative in vaccines, but I've also heard arguments that it was an overreaction to peanut allergies by the medical establishment.

Peanuts supposedly carry a certain fungus whose spores can cause an autoimmune response.

For most people, early exposure provides a safe immune response in the future, but in rare cases, severe peanut allergies can occur in infants. Doctors started recommending parents not give their kids anything with peanuts before a certain age to prevent these nasty allergic reactions, only to have the number of cases of peanut allergies in adults skyrocket.

Point is it's rarely easy to pinpoint the source of a problem, especially when you're primed to blame it on a specific evil that you focus on.

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AutisticShoeshineBoy 2 points ago +2 / -0

and then they got laid and had babies and passed down their retarded autistic genes? fuck that

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gargo 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's a common propaganda tactic to associate any opposition to a cause with lunatics. It would be great if every people would try to remain rational, but this is not an achievable goal. There will be always extremes on every side of an issue, the media (including social media) will always exaggerate the extremes on the 'wrong' side and it will try to downplay/explain it away on the 'right' side. It is impossible to reduce the number of irrational people to zero, so this tactic will always work.

Only way to defend against this is to make people aware of the existence of the propaganda machine, and the ways how it works.

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Megascandal 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yep, ADD. Makes a person very detail orientated and able to take in a lot of information. Theorized to be very good hunter gatherer traits. But has mental blocks on tasks, especially those done alone and not in a group, puts things messy piles but remembers where nearly everything is, can achieve periods of hyper focus and hyper productivity but can't handle an 8hr work day of the same repetition over and over again. Can give full attention to something interesting, but struggle with mandatory things such as taxes, paperwork, applications, remembering to eat.

The traits are outright self destructive for modern wage slaves and are worse with modern tech designed to distract and reduce your attention span. And the thing is everyone capable of boredom has the traits to some degree, those with stronger expression suffer the most, but with the rise of tiktok and such even those with weaker expressions can be brought into the self destructive add cycle.

Oh, and the biggest kicker. The main drugs to treat it are locked behind doctors, and having to go get it renewed once a month for the rest of their lives.

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Megascandal 2 points ago +2 / -0

and I would not be surprised if, when given it as a kid, it alters nuerochemistry enough to make the ADD worse (or potentially causes it. Pharma loves customers for life.)

An actual treatment or cure for it would require something that can cause fundamental chemical changes in the brain (and while some chemicals can cause changes like that from lions mane or psychedelic mushrooms, I don't know if any can specifically effect ADD in any way.)

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Delphi373 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yeah and now autism is like 1 in 50. Also they started pushing this idea of the “autism spectrum” to try and explain it away. They know they can blur the signal when you start saying high functioning or generally just functioning people are “autistic.”

It’s the same damn trick they played with polio - change the definition of what polio is - narrow it to only those instances where paralysis occurs when you start rolling out your crappy vaccine and say the vaccines are eradicating polio.

And now they do the same Covid. What is Covid? Why it’s this variety of symptoms that mimic for most the common cold. So you get your pandemic- check! Then you prevent any treatment so you can maintain EUA when you introduce your gene therapy- check! Then you call your gene therapy a vaccine to dupe people into taking it - check! Then you stop testing the vaccinated unless their in hospital- so suddenly less cases to make it look like your vaccines work- check! (Of course this didn’t really work as their vaccines are such shit, people are getting ADE and landing in the hospital in record numbers anyway). So oops that backfired. But in Jan they’ll have some new BS test that I’m sure they’ll only deploy on the unvaccinated.

I could go on....

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BigOT 4 points ago +4 / -0

Hesitant is a weasel word employed to lower your Resistance

I am not hesitating, I don't eventually change my mind

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Quelle 4 points ago +4 / -0

The Spanish Flu sure was interesting.

If you look at the data from that era I wonder if you'd see a similar trend: The virus explodes AFTER vaccination.

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yeldarb1983 3 points ago +3 / -0

Forced evolution

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Megascandal 2 points ago +2 / -0

Oh, reminds me of how strange it was for a virus to kill mostly healthy people in the prime of their lives...

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AutisticShoeshineBoy 2 points ago +2 / -0

1986

vaccines cause autism

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yeldarb1983 1 point ago +2 / -1

Do you really need any more arguments to convince you to take your kids out of public school or leave leftist hellholes for that matter?

That being said, Autism beats the hell out of polio...

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AutisticShoeshineBoy 1 point ago +1 / -0

what percentage of polio cases are completely asymptomatic ?

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yeldarb1983 1 point ago +1 / -0

at a guess, probably the same amount as autism cases that are barely noticeable unless you're looking for it, lol.

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AutisticShoeshineBoy 1 point ago +1 / -0

Don’t breed

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bobobob 1 point ago +1 / -0

I have no hesitation about rejecting their gene therapy.

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cxivv 1 point ago +1 / -0

Your child didn't react positively to a fury raping it, there for it is now counted as autistic.

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SpezLovesDick 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think things like diet, lack of exercise, TV time, and lack of social interaction are huge factors. There's a stark difference between a child who plays outside a lot vs one who video games all day

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subbookkeeper 1 point ago +1 / -0

Also I believe in 1986 Congress guaranteed no liability from vaccine injuries except in case of gross negligence or something. Any injuries are paid from the public purse.

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Europeade 0 points ago +1 / -1

because thEy OnLY Changed thE deFIniTIONs

Well, my above point is partly true also. Big pharma is well known for expanding symptoms requiring treatment. So the more kids being labelled "autist" or "adhd" - the more adderal and other crap you can sell these kids.

That it's a double whammy is obviously obvious at this point for anyone paying attention. So it goes like this: Expand criteria for treatment with meds, treat with more meds, vaccines obviously contribute to rising cases of autism/auto immune diseases and whatnot. Poison them to expand the customer base for your dangerous meth-medicine even more. And round we go...

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Aoikaze2000 0 points ago +1 / -1

So the counter argument: We've gotten better at understanding exactly what autism is in the last 30 years, and also better at detecting it and finding out that it's got a lot more presence in our society than previously thought.

If you've got a smoking gun other than observing the trendlines for both are increasing then please, show me the evidence.