# 130 Talker on the Autism Battle Updated 10/02/2008

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# 130 Talker on the Autism Battle

Dr House on TV, says “everybody lies”. Guess a good reason to lie is when huge amounts of money are at stake. Some thing like politicians and many of the worlds leaders often do. Small amounts of toxic mercury injected into young children protects them, if used in a vaccine, right! I don’t know if that’s right or not. Yet I do believe mercury is toxic, as is pointed out in serious articles about mercury. So common sense dictates, that the vaccine that has mercury in it, must also in some way, shape or form, be toxic in those being vaccinated. Short range or long range repercussions, why would anyone want it in their children.
Look at the Chicken Pox/Shingles event now unfolding due to a vaccine. Even read that a NEW vaccine is already being used to overcome the childhood chicken pox vaccine that caused the later life shingle epidemic now showing up. Of course you need not be concerned at all, what is or may be in store for you or your children! No true answer here I realize, yet food for thought.
Updated 10/02/2008
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In the early 1980s, the incidence of autism was 1 in 10,000 births. In 2001, it was 1 in 500, and by 2005, the incidence had leaped to 1 in 250 births.

Today it is 1 in 150 births, and some estimate lower than one in 50, and still climbing


It turns out that half of those on the two key committees voting for the rotavirus vaccine had financial ties to vaccine manufacturers, such as being paid as consultants or lobbyists or owning vaccine patents or owning stock in pharmaceuticals.
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