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Response to proverbialwisdom (Reply #32)

Sun Sep 7, 2014, 06:26 PM

33. If your argument involves "cognitive dissonance"

you can stop for a moment and realize you're just spewing bullshit.

See, you're claiming that the statistically significant group is African-American boys. Guess where they still use the thermiosol-laced MMR vaccine? Africa. It doesn't require refrigeration. Guess where they virtually zero diagnosed cases of autism? Africa. Yet you're claiming African genetic stock is gonna prove you right about MMR.

The criteria for autism has radically changed over the last 20 years, and you're utterly ignoring that so you can pretend there's a conspiracy. Now, if your conspiracy only hurt as much as doomsday prepers, I wouldn't care.

But you're killing children by destroying herd immunity.

Tilt your head back and inhale. You have now been exposed to 10x more disease-causing organisms than a child gets exposed to by vaccines. And the vaccine ones are dead or weakened, unlike the ones you just inhaled. And no, I don't care how clean your house is. You'll hit that 10x number anywhere that isn't a clean room.

"Evil" chemicals in the vaccines? Guess what? They've changed repeatedly over the last 20 years. Yet the rate of autism diagnoses didn't suddenly go up or down after those changes. Almost like chemicals in the vaccines aren't the cause.

Wakefield lied because he wanted to become very rich from his vaccine. That started the ball rolling, and now we're killing toddlers for his cause.

Also, have you read the latest about the other MMR whistleblower case involving a pair of Merck virologists? A new court ruling was issued just last week.

Did you read about the case where Charlie Chaplin was declared a girl's father despite having incompatible blood types? Baby type B, woman type A, Chaplin type O*. Court declared him the father anyway despite it being impossible for the baby to be his.

Courts know about law. They know jack shit about science.

*If you care at all about the genetics, Chaplin was OO - he had two copies of the 'O' gene. That's the only way you end up with a type-O person.

The woman was AO - one 'A' gene and one 'O' gene. She gave the O to her daughter, because her daughter didn't express type A.

Yet the baby expressed a type B gene. She had to have received that B from her father, since her mother didn't have one. Chaplin could have only given her an O gene, because that's all he had.

The baby's real father was either AB, BB or BO. Yet courts decided Chaplin was the father anyway.

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