by Jon Davy
I was shocked by this data from the National Autistic Assoc:
“Over 700,000 people in UK are autistic, which means that 2.8m people have a relative on the autism spectrum. People tend to ‘grow out’ of autism in adulthood – myth. It’s a lifelong condition – autistic children become autistic adults. ….”
“The average age of death for people with ASD was 53.87 years, compared with 70.2 years for people without. These stark figures break down to give some even more worrying numbers. People with low-functioning ASD on average died before they reached 40, at 39.5 years.”
Yet it is a matter of common sense, assuming we have a government that thinks it a really bad idea to poison or permit the poisoning of it own people whatever the pretext, to investigate THOROUGHLY and IMPARTIALLY the entire issue of vaccines, their validity, their safety, workability, cost, alternatives, most optimum mode of use and so on and so forth, if only to put everyone’s mind at rest and end the bickering.
Such a responsible examination of the issue has, incredibly, never been done. This is mainly, it seems, because the vaccine industry is against the idea and its proxies and plants in government do its bidding.
And it would be a good thing to have a similar impartial investigation of autism. That also, incredibly, has never been done and the same entrenched reluctance or antipathy has the same apparent source.
One wonders who is running the country? The government or the pharmaceutical industry?
It is odd that Big Pharma is not keen for such investigations that would, if its claims of innocence are valid, clear it name and by clearing its name open the door to even greater profits than it is already making.
There can be only one reason for such a reluctance: the industry has something – perhaps a great deal – to hide.
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