Thursday, January 20, 2011
Lynching Good Men Is What They Like To Do!
'In May of 2010, the council said Andrew Wakefield could no longer practice medicine. Wakefield’s public statements caused widespread alarm that a common childhood vaccine could cause autism has been put down even though evidence and common sense are on his side.
This doctor is a medical hero who is being slandered because his voice comes from within the ranks of medicine and this cannot be tolerated. Poison the children, stick them with needles, drug ’em, cut them out of their mothers’ bellies in increasing numbers, and give them, in every case possible, pharmaceuticals instead of safer and more effective natural remedies.'
So threatened the establishment has been by Wakefield’s work that they have to repeatedly attack him and his study in an attempt to beat his work into the ground in an endless, ruthless campaign. The latest headlines: “Study linking vaccine to autism was fraud.” His suggestion that the MMR shot was connected to autism spooked parents worldwide and immunization rates for measles, mumps and rubella have never fully recovered making him a hero in many people’s eyes and totally despised by the popes and priests of vaccination.
Thanks to the good doctor and many other fine physicians of courage, parents are turning their backs on institutionalized pediatric medicine; in 2008, 39 percent of parents refused or delayed vaccinations for their children. This compares to just 22 percent in 2003. In a telephone survey of the parents of 9,000 toddlers, many of the parents were worried about whether the vaccines were safe or effective. Most of them probably have learned the hard way not to believe and trust the government’s medical officials or their local pediatricians.
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