Vaccination's vexed link to autism

Vaccination's vexed link to autism

There are 12 comments on the Illawarra Mercury story from Sep 13, 2011, titled Vaccination's vexed link to autism. In it, Illawarra Mercury reports that:

For many parents, childhood vaccinations are this century's abortion debate - highly divisive and driving a wedge between friends and neighbours.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Illawarra Mercury.

FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Sep 14, 2011
Makes sense. friend of Pharma will hate it, it has too much truth in it.

Since: Jan 07

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#2 Sep 14, 2011
You're obviously a title-reader, not an article-reader. I read the article. Why would I hate it?

"there is a small subset of children who may be particularly vulnerable to vaccines if the child had a 'precondition' like a 'mitochondrial' defect"

"We don't even know where to find them, because most of the time we don't know they have those 'vulnerabilities' until they're aggravated"

"for whom vaccination was one of several environmental factors and assaults to his immune system that, along with 'genetic predisposition' and an underlying 'vulnerability'. His two brothers were vaccinated too, and they were fine."

Love it! thanks for sharing it!
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#3 Sep 14, 2011
friend wrote:
You're obviously a title-reader, not an article-reader. I read the article. Why would I hate it?
"there is a small subset of children who may be particularly vulnerable to vaccines if the child had a 'precondition' like a 'mitochondrial' defect"
"We don't even know where to find them, because most of the time we don't know they have those 'vulnerabilities' until they're aggravated"
"for whom vaccination was one of several environmental factors and assaults to his immune system that, along with 'genetic predisposition' and an underlying 'vulnerability'. His two brothers were vaccinated too, and they were fine."
Love it! thanks for sharing it!
Sorry to burst your Pharma loving bubble, but I read the posts. Like most, they are more hypothetical than factual. The actual science hasn't been invented or discovered. At least this one attempts to understand, but its not accurate. If it wasn't for stupidity, greed and corruption, we'd have the answers. Blame government, mainstream medicine and Pharma. Anti-vaxxers are pushing for answers. Strangely, there are megamorons who criticize us for it.

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#4 Sep 14, 2011
So you read the posts? So what. Try reading the article. And just what do you mean this article isn't accurate? You did say "Makes sense". You're right, the actual science hasn't been invented yet so one wonders why you're an anti vaxxer.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#5 Sep 15, 2011
friend wrote:
So you read the posts? So what. Try reading the article. And just what do you mean this article isn't accurate? You did say "Makes sense". You're right, the actual science hasn't been invented yet so one wonders why you're an anti vaxxer.
The article is a "post" too. Makes sense and accurate aren't the same, you don't get that?? Vaccines maim and kill, thats why I'm anti. I'm anti-dishonest science used to promote faulty, fraudulent product. I'm anti-profit driven crime that portrays itself as omniscience and I'm anti-ignoring watching autism going from 1 in 10,000 in the 80's to 1 in less than 100 in places like Britain, Korea and some U.S. states for the profit agenda. I'm appalled by government and main stream medicine's head up their asss approach to this pandemic.

Since: Jan 07

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#6 Sep 15, 2011
Then go move to Iraq. They can always use guys like you.
Raymond

Montréal, Canada

#7 Sep 15, 2011
friend wrote:
Then go move to Iraq. They can always use guys like you.
you could move to Amsterdam, redlight area :)
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 Sep 15, 2011
Raymond wrote:
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you could move to Amsterdam, redlight area :)
Good one Ray.
Vaccines DO cause autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Aug 18, 2013
FBOMBER wrote:
<quoted text>
The article is a "post" too. Makes sense and accurate aren't the same, you don't get that?? Vaccines maim and kill, thats why I'm anti. I'm anti-dishonest science used to promote faulty, fraudulent product. I'm anti-profit driven crime that portrays itself as omniscience and I'm anti-ignoring watching autism going from 1 in 10,000 in the 80's to 1 in less than 100 in places like Britain, Korea and some U.S. states for the profit agenda. I'm appalled by government and main stream medicine's head up their asss approach to this pandemic.
Very good
ric99

Grimsby, UK

#11 Aug 18, 2013
The Winnipeg dummy really is getting desperate. He thinks that producing 15 posts calling himself "Vaccines DO cause autism", in which he digs up threads that are 2 or 3 years old, and then replying to his OWN posts of that date is going to convince any sensible person that he is right about vaccines causing autism. Still, that's all he's got left in the absence of any credible scientific evidence to confirm his quack conspiracy theory.

Since: Jan 07

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#12 Aug 19, 2013
He went as far back as 2008. Other than showing he is desperate by searching out very old past topics and that he uses multiple names, he just made it easier for anyone to see his history of behavior on this forum site. He chose this article, why I don't know since it shows he didn't understand it. And look, 2 years later nothing has come to vaccine court with that genetic mitochondrial disorder and autism that was mentioned in the article.
Vaccines DO cause autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#13 Aug 19, 2013
ric99 wrote:
The Winnipeg dummy really is getting desperate. He thinks that producing 15 posts calling himself "Vaccines DO cause autism", in which he digs up threads that are 2 or 3 years old, and then replying to his OWN posts of that date is going to convince any sensible person that he is right about vaccines causing autism. Still, that's all he's got left in the absence of any credible scientific evidence to confirm his quack conspiracy theory.
Like I care what a 13 year old thinks. An issue doesn't stop being relevany buttface because it ages. Past stories have value and why say it over and over to convince neanderthal imbeciles. Going back gives perspective, something a troll from uk doesn't have and never offers.

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