Vaccine factories and their followers always proclaim vaccines don’t cause autism. Of course, if we decide to oppose and not buy they won’t sell a single vaccine. Above more, if they’ll admit that vaccinations are the cause of diseases like autism, Aids, and Ebola then the world will turn upside down.
The number of claims will not only bring the pharmaceutical industry to the edge of an erupted volcano but the complete society.
So, the National Institutes of Health, together with the pharmaceutical establishment, discuss inoculation programs and along with politicians, they decide which vaccinations we need whether we like it or not.
In our George Orwell’s like-society, the opposition is out of the question which means they can do whatever they like and we have to swallow whatever they decide.
Within such a situation vaccine programs and trials can be carried out easily and when there is sufficient opposition against vaccinations in western countries the African continent with corrupt politicians are just around the corner.
Our discussion with America’s most famous autist Professor Ron Sanders
Ron Sandison works full-time in the medical field and professor of theology at Destiny School of Ministry. He is an advisory board member of the Autism Society Faith Initiative of Autism Society of America.
Ron has a master of divinity from Oral Roberts University and Charisma House and published his book; “A Parent’s Guide to Autism: Practical Advice”, a must-read. Furthermore, he developed a site called;
“In Our Own Words: Living on the Spectrum,” highlights the experiences of individuals with autism from their perspectives.
Sandison’s autism development began at the age of 18 months, when he began to rapidly regress, losing the ability to communicate words and he had previously learned and ceasing to have eye contact.
As Ron entered kindergarten, the school specialists labeled him as emotionally impaired. His mom refused this label and told the so-called professionals, who know it all; “My son’s disability is not emotional but neurological.”
She diligently researched the top professionals in learning disabilities and paid to have them tested. Finally neuropsychologist Dr. Dotto confirmed that his disability was neurological.
Every night Sandison’s mom and dad helped him with life skills and used his special interest in prairie dogs to make learning fun. Through his parents’ care and diligence, by eighth grade, he was in the mainstream.
But whatever Dr. Dotto or any neuropsychologist confirmed after scientific discussion with Ron we agree his autism began with vaccination. As far as we are concerned yes there are genetic links that might cause autism.
But the main question is if autism whether or not is activated by external factors as it’s published by professor Joachim Hallmayer. Factors like radioactivity, toxic agents, and vaccinations!
Because we published no less than thirty scientific studies (see link) which confirmed a connection between vaccines and autism, disproving the myth that no official research papers exist to support what objective scientists who are not paid or bribed by the pharmaceutical establishment have been publishing for years.
Autism and heredity
Autism? ‘That’s in the genes’ the pharmaceutical industry and so-called objective scientists and their siblings sometimes say. Or it is something in the brain or nervous system as otherwise, scientists put it.
Because people with autism do often have trouble keeping an overview and problems in contact with others, that’s correct. It is well known they can also repeat the same actions endlessly. But autists can also have normal or high intelligence, despite that autism also occurs in people with intellectual disabilities.
In our opinion, and after long intensive research we discovered there is a very, very low possibility that autism is caused by genetic errors. People with autism (and families) were found in whom a certain mutation could be the cause of autism. But this is only the case with very few people and it most certainly is not the explanation for autism.
What causes the genetic autism mutation?
Objective researchers have discovered a total of more than 100 gene variants that most probably might cause the genetic disorder in some people with autism.
In contradiction, the same gene variants are also found in people with ADHD and several other disorders without genetic factors involved. For example, variants in genes influence the transmission of stimuli between nerves.
These and other gene variants only explain a very small proportion of the number of people with autism. With genetic research, about 15% of people with autism can be found but it is absolutely unproven that the remaining part is caused by hereditary factors.
Autism and possibility of hereditary factors
If your father or mother has autism, it is scientifically published the chance that you also get autism is about 15 to 20%. This suggests autism is in some way hereditary. And if two people in your family have this mental illness, the probability that you get it is 40%.
For comparison: if you do not have this condition in the family, the chance of autism is about 1% But is autism really in the genes, or is it something that appears after an activating agent?
Because before the age of two, about the time autism is diagnosed and never before, you received 4 to 5 vaccinations, and about the danger of this attack on your immune system is extensively described on our blog secrets of aids and Ebola facts journal. Moreover, it is scientifically described autism is often caused by a combination of gene variants and specific environmental factors.
For example: if an unborn child comes into contact with certain pesticides in the uterus, the risk of autism increases. But whether it really leads to autism, is how pesticides are broken down with this person. That, too, is controlled by certain genes.
If one of your parents has autism, the chance that you get it is 15 to 20%.
As stated autism is also caused by a combination of environmental factors and gene variants and to explore this combination General Practitioners-GP, sometimes refers to a Department of Clinical Genetics.
These departments are located in every academic hospital where researchers make an extensive pedigree, together with you, in order to find out which environmental factors are involved.
Based on this automatism of medics, doctors can discuss with you how the condition may become inherited or not and how likely it is that you or your child will develop the condition.
The doctor will explain how hereditary factors, lifestyle, and experiences can play a role but they never will discuss external factors like vaccines, radiation, or another question mark.
And we all know what happened on Three Miles Island, Nevada Desert, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and Tsjernobyl while the first signs of autism were discovered exactly at the start of the atomic bomb era.
Therefore, clinical geneticists will propose to do additional genetic research (DNA research) and yes they will find a genetic cause in autism of approximately15%, but the main question is that it is never proven that autism is a hereditary event or not caused by vaccinations while we do know the effect of radiation and certain toxic agents.
History of autism
In practice, autism turned out to be a stack of different causes. Approximately 80% of all children diagnosed with autism are caused by vaccinations.
According to official reports about 90% of these children also have toxic medicines and other substances which are involved in the development of autism while roughly 5 % are affected by genetic patterns of the parents or the child themselves.
Which substances from food and the environment play a role is still under investigation. At the moment it is being investigated whether aspartame, glutamate, smoking during pregnancy, and softeners from plastics influence the development of autism.
Before we discuss what exactly autism really is, we first want to take you to its history. The word autism is derived from the Greek word αὐτός, autós, and means itself. Previously it was thought that only people with intellectual disabilities could be autistic. Nowadays, autism is considered largely independent of intelligence.
Pervasive developmental disorders (Pervasive Developmental Disorders, PDD) or autism is a term in psychiatry that identifies two developmental disorders plus a residual group. By ‘pervasive’ is meant ‘deep penetrating’.
Forms of Autism
*Classic autism*Asperger’s Syndrome*PDD-NOS
Leo Kanner, born in Klekotow, Austria, was an Austrian-American psychiatrist who was first known for his work in the field of autism. An autistic disorder is also called the syndrome of Kanner or Kanner autism.
Kanner, born on June 13, 1894, between 1913 and 1921, studied at the University of Berlin. He emigrated to the US where he held a post at the state hospital in Yankton County, South Dakota.
In 1930, he was selected to set up the first department of child psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore and became the first doctor in the US to be classified as a child psychiatrist.
His textbook Child Psychiatry from 1935, was the first book written in English that focused on the psychiatric problems of children. In particular, his article Autistic Disturbances of Affective Contact from 1943, forms the basis for contemporary research on autism.
This was a study of eleven children with symptoms, who started calling Kanner early infantile autism.
Initially, Kanner assumed that the development of autism was associated with “cold” mothers. Later in his life, he revised this hypothesis, probably with shame on the jaws.
Hans Asperger, born in Hausbrunn, Vienna, on February 18, 1906, was an Austrian pediatrician. Asperger was the first to publish a definition in 1944, of the syndrome that would later be named after him. He noticed in four boys a pattern of behavior and a pattern of certain skills that he described with the term ‘autistic psychopathy.
The difference between classic autism and Asperger’s syndrome is roughly the cognitive intelligence, the ability to learn. People with Asperger’s syndrome are often average to above-average intelligence.
The positive approach of Asperger’s stands in stark contrast to the description that Leo Kanner gave of autism, while both essentially described the same condition.
Asperger died on October 21, 1980, before the syndrome received general recognition. This was mainly because the majority of his work was in German and little was translated.
The first to mention the term “Asperger’s Syndrome” in a publication was the British researcher Lorna Wing. Her research on Asperger’s syndrome: a clinical account, was published in 1981 and shed a completely different light on the previously accepted model of autism described by Leo Kanner in 1943.
PDD-NOS (Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified)
PDD-NOS, a fully pervasive developmental disorder – not otherwise specified, is a residual group for developmental disorders, which meet criteria for pervasive developmental disorders but do not possess sufficient characteristics of a specific pervasive developmental disorder. PDD-NOS.
Because it is a ‘residual group’, the differences between people with PDD-NOS are extra large, and different characteristics may be at the forefront.
Lorna Wing, who was the modest, kind, and thoughtful mother of a daughter with severe autism, was also a towering figure in the history of autism research. Her contributions to our understanding of autism cannot be overestimated.
But especially Joachim Hallmayer, associate professor of psychiatry at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, performed a twin study published in 2014, in which he reported that 38% of autism spectrum disorders are caused by genetic factors and 58 percent by environmental factors.
But he and almost all of his colleagues never discussed the possibility of activation of these genetic factors by external toxic agents as we have described on our blog and scientifically underlined with scientific papers.