4 Autism Rates Continue To Explode As More Vaccines Introduced
Before the West introduced fast food to Asia, life for many of the
countries included having a much healthier profile. Unfortunately, after
McDonalds decided to move in and change the country, people began to
gain weight, experience cancers and heart diseases and rapidly descend
into the squalors of food addictions. Much like fast food, the
introduction of vaccines have similarly created health issues.
Autism rates in Asia are reaching new heights as more and more
vaccines are used on the people. Pharma’s long arm is contaminating the
brains of babies and infants because they likely see them as easy
prey, or, uncontested victims. According to a 2015 report in Thanhniennews.com, we are talking about disturbing new trends.
Saigon Tiep Thi newspaper Wednesday quoted a study from
the National Hospital of Pediatrics as saying that the number of
children diagnosed with autism at the Hanoi-based hospital’s
Physiotherapy Department in 2007 was 50 times higher than in 2000
This study is further evidence that autism transcends cultural,
geographic, and ethnic boundaries and that autism is a major global
public health concern, not limited to the Western world.
Sound familiar? It should. Autism rates in the United States have
also been exploding over the period of a great many decades. Similarly,
the vaccine industry has taken over the lives of babies and infants.
Many continue to deny the links even in the face of evidence which
would seem to be obvious and clearly defined. But pharma has a way of
subverting people into thinking they are safe and sound even when faced
with a growing epidemic. The question is, how much of the autism
epidemic which is induced by pharma is the world willing to tolerate?
Until people take a stand and refuse these dangerous vaccines, the
prognosis is not wonderful.
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