Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Time Magazine Sucks Dog Doo Doo

Surprise. Jenny McCarthy has written yet another book about Autism. April Fool's Day Time ran a piece. The Time magazine article actually makes Jenny McCarthy and her vaccines cause Autism position look pretty stupid.

Time's questions are in bold.

"Your book points out that autism rates between 1983 and 2008 have climbed in lockstep with vaccination rates, yet childhood obesity, diabetes and even cell-phone use have soared since then, too. Why do you find causation in one and not the others?"

The classic tail-chaser complete with three misnomeous interjections.

Obesity plays a causal role in Autism? Diabetes plays a causal role in Autism? Cell phones plays a causal role in Autism? Is that right?

Based on lots of observation obesity is comtemporary with all children, as it always has been. Autistic kids aren't out of norm with the going trends in obesity.

Diabetes may very well have a direct link to any number of drug company products marketed to children. So, that one may bite back.

Cellphones? Perhaps the interviewer forgot the talking points also suggest playing up ultrasound and now 'corn mercury'?

"Most people who blame autism on vaccines point to the mercury in the shots, yet mercury has been removed from most vaccines and autism rates continue to climb."

The classic false lead buried in the tail-end.

Time magazine knows Thimerosal is still in vaccines. Authorities are just claiming it's out. That's an old trick. The only ones focusing on autism rates are noticeably the likely ones fudging figures.

Listen, ASD children are cash cows for any particular educational adminstration's general revenue. Time magazine most likely isn't particularly concerned about the daily dollar fighting between ESE programs and the rest of the world.

Cash inducements to schools are certainly a major reason there are so many neurotypically high-functioning "autism-lite" children being assigned to ASD classes. Why do you think Paul Offit recently visited a particularly 'troubling' area to re-enforce his tyrannical brand of strong-arm bullying.

Reports from all across the country are indicating blue-chip mainstreamers now are out-numbering severely affected children, and some reports are less ASD children at entry level. Parents should be very careful about the placement of their child.

"Your collaborator recommends that parents accept only the haemophilus influenzae type B (HIB) and tetanus vaccine for newborns and then think about the rest. Not polio? What about the polio clusters in unvaccinated communities like the Amish in the U.S.? What about the 2004 outbreak that swept across Africa and Southeast Asia after a single province in northern Nigeria banned vaccines?"

Clearly the interviewer has a disinforming collaborator of his own as he refers to polio clusters which don't exist outside of vaccine-induced polio. A single Amish girl contracted polio from a recently immigrated child while she was in the hospital. According to an honest article written about the so called outbreak "the virus that all four children are carrying is derived from the oral polio vaccine."

If a single province banned polio vaccine it was directly related to the fact that the polio vaccine was spreading the disease.

"And yet in many cases, vaccines have effectively eliminated diseases. Measles is among the top five killers in the world of children under 5 years old, yet it kills virtually no one in the U.S. thanks to vaccines."

The Time parrot clearly wants a cracker from Pauly. Mortality related to Measles was down by over 90% BEFORE the introduction of Measles vaccine. Vaccines have never effectively eliminated diseases. Vaccines are so popular and dubiously being defended today mainly because the powerful global racketeers are using them as tax dodges, humanitarian profiteering, and stock investment return.

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