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vaccination/imuniization deniar-dilemma . . . . .

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  • Independent
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    My son, Rich, brought up this most intriguing quesion as we drove back from a wake last night.
    What would the anit-immunization people do if there was developed a vaccination to prevent autism???
  • Independent
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    But these people who refuse to have their children injected with what has indisputably been proven to be efficacious in curtailling (if not extincting) diseases . . . these people continue to eat and purchase for their childrens' consumption products of American factory-farming Pharmaceutical compounding (growth hormones, "preemptive antibiotics", etc.) especially injected into the pre-slaughter meat ?????
    In order to prevent "retrogressive disease proliferation" (measels, small pox, polio, whooping cough, etc.) we must start a campaing warning of the threat that
    eating beef and chicken so saturatedly stuck with injections . . . . CAUSES NOT ONLY AUTISM BUT ASPERGERGERS AND CANCER AND ALZHEIMERS AND ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION AND ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER AND RUNNY NOSE SYNDROME AND EARLY-ONSET-PUBERTY AND SCHIZOPHRENIA , . . .
    Good luck with such vegetarian-advocation, especially in view of how significant the saturation of carcinogenics on crop-food!!!
    The next stage of idiocy . . , , , , ,? There will be the evangelicals who claim that the assumption of raw sewage dumped into water resources is harmfull -- is ungodly because God Created Shit . . . . . . . . . .
  • Center Left
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    alongcameaschneider Wrote: My son, Rich, brought up this most intriguing quesion as we drove back from a wake last night.
    What would the anit-immunization people do if there was developed a vaccination to prevent autism???
    Odd premise. Vaccinations are for viruses and autism isn't caused by a virus. But assuming that this isn't the case, it would be hard to guess what the reaction would be since they have an inherent distrust for anything things that fly in the face of their worldview.
  • Center Left
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    Denton, TX
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    alongcameaschneider Wrote: But these people who refuse to have their children injected with what has indisputably been proven to be efficacious in curtailling (if not extincting) diseases . . . these people continue to eat and purchase for their childrens' consumption products of American factory-farming Pharmaceutical compounding (growth hormones, "preemptive antibiotics", etc.) especially injected into the pre-slaughter meat ?????
    In order to prevent "retrogressive disease proliferation" (measels, small pox, polio, whooping cough, etc.) we must start a campaing warning of the threat that
    eating beef and chicken so saturatedly stuck with injections . . . . CAUSES NOT ONLY AUTISM BUT ASPERGERGERS AND CANCER AND ALZHEIMERS AND ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION AND ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER AND RUNNY NOSE SYNDROME AND EARLY-ONSET-PUBERTY AND SCHIZOPHRENIA , . . .
    Good luck with such vegetarian-advocation, especially in view of how significant the saturation of carcinogenics on crop-food!!!
    The next stage of idiocy . . , , , , ,? There will be the evangelicals who claim that the assumption of raw sewage dumped into water resources is harmfull -- is ungodly because God Created Shit . . . . . . . . . .
    This is insanely hard to read.

    Are you saying that eating meat injected with growth hormones and antibiotics causes autism, aspergers, cancer, alzeimers, erectile dysfunction, ADD, runny noses, early puberty and schizophrenia? That is a wide range of unsubstantiated claims.

    Unless you are a saying it ironically, making fun of the anti-vaccine crowd who also tend to spout this nonsense as well. It's just really hard to tell what idea you are trying to convey with all the random punctuation, line breaks, grammar mistakes and rambling. Any chance you can clean this up for me?
  • Independent
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    Ah yes, I do have a problem with overcomplexity. It's the way I think -- but should not be the way I write if I expect others to comprehend what I'm saying.
    I'm being facetious, sarcastic regarding those who for religious beliefs or personal preferences are against immunization.
    The "anti-innoculants" refuse vaccine injections that are proven to prevent (even essentially extinguish from existence) diseases.
    But they and their kids consume all kinds of meat, fish, and poultry products that have been injected with all kids of anti-virals and -bacterials
    plus growth hormones. And it's much worse considering what's fed to the animals we eat -- often consisting of "downer" meat and byproducts
    from slaughterhouses mixed in with the feed.
    Any breadth of information on what might cause what -- should have parents insisting on immunizations proven to prevent & curtail and diseases long
    before there was any autism increment . . . . but demanding that more probably contaminants in the food supply and even atmosphere be removed so
    their unborn kids aren't "consuming destructions of their normaity" through what mom's eating and serving through her bloodflow to her unborn.
    The American Autism Association (I'm not sure if that's the exact title) recently announced that there is no evidence that immunization causes autism. How
    much more documentation is needed? Infinitely more, for if a voice from heaven was heard over the din of their glossolalia, the extremists amongst us would
    deny its authenticity as God saying vaccinations are safe -- and claim infiltration by loudspeakers programmed by the pharmaceutical industry in cahoots
    with the Obama regime of Satan's Islamic alien born illegals in the Presidency.
    This is a case where the Federal Government in conjunction with a broad spectrum of scientists and clergy with brains . . . . should make immunization LAW.
    What next? The "believers" demanding to bury their dead in their suburban yards? A ban on fluoridation of water because it's causes throat cancer?
    Considering the level of science and other sophistication of some, that so many others are so educated to the tenets and tenaciousness of ignorance and idiocy
    and potentially pathological infection of others . . . . . is frightening.