"It is very possible that PATERNAL AGE is the major predictor of(non-familial) autism." Harry Fisch, M.D., author "The Male Biological Clock". Sperm DNA mutates and autism, schizophrenia bipolar etc. results. What is the connection with autoimmune disorders? Having Type 1 diabetes, SLE,etc. in the family, also if mother had older father. NW Cryobank will not accept a sperm donor past 35th BD to minimize genetic abnormalities.VACCINATIONS also cause autism.

Sunday, September 20, 2009


Pig Flu Vaccination



> Serious reasons to skip the H1N1 vaccine
> This summer, Americans across the country lined up in droves to become
> the first human guinea pigs to receive the H1N1 flu vaccine. I don't
> believe for a second that the vaccine will effectively protect you or
> anyone else against H1N1. On the contrary, I'm more concerned about
> how much harm the vaccine may cause when millions more men, women, and
> children get it this fall.
> As you'll remember from last week's Guide to Good Health, the last
> time the government hastily pushed through an untested vaccine,
> disaster ensued. Five hundred people came down with a paralyzing
> condition called Guillain-Barre Syndrome and 25 people died.
> Government officials swear a repeat of 1976 will not happen. But they
> also admit they don't really know for sure.
> In fact, according to Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the U.S.
> National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, “No clinical
> trial in the world is going to be large enough to be able to detect an
> event that occurs one in every 100,000 people. The only way to pick
> that up is after the fact, when a lot of people get vaccinated and
> good surveillance picks it up."
> In other words, we won't know if the stuff is really bad until we
> give it to a million people.
> Well, thanks Dr. Fauci. Good to know you've thought this one through
> a month before injecting millions of toddlers, pregnant women, and
> immuno-compromised adults.
> Plus, there's something else that's got me worried...
> Secret Ingredients
> I'll make no bones about it: the 2009 swine vaccine is bad news,
> especially if it contains an ingredient called an adjuvant. An
> adjuvant is added to a vaccine to make it stretch. It basically
> supercharges the vaccine to create a stronger immunological response.
> So instead of each person getting one full dose of the H1N1 virus,
> each person might only get ¼ of a dose along with an adjuvant
> supercharger.
> This is the government's secret ace in the hole. If Uncle Sam thinks
> he's running low on the vaccine, he can just add an adjuvant and make
> the supplies stretch much further.
> But an adjuvant can cause your immune system to go haywire. Case in
> point: the anthrax vaccine given to Gulf War soldiers. An adjuvant
> called squalene was added to that vaccine to make it stretch further.
> But many blame squalene for causing the so-called Gulf War Syndrome
> (GWS).
> Now, don't get me wrong. Squalene isn't always toxic. In fact, it's a
> natural substance found in most plants and animals. Your body uses it
> to help synthesize cholesterol as well as vitamin D. You'll also find
> squalene in personal care products as well as nutritional supplements.
> In those instances, squalene is not a health hazard. However, when
> commercial squalene is injected into the bloodstream (as with a
> vaccine), it appears to disrupt the body's immune system. The body
> identifies it as a threat and creates antibodies to attack it.
> In fact, when scientists from Tulane University tested blood samples
> from vets suffering from GWS, they found that 100 percent of them
> contained abnormal antibodies to squalene. This backs up the theory
> held by many in the medical community that squalene triggered GWS in
> these vets.
> Now, here's the thing...symptoms of the Gulf War Syndrome were subtle
> to start: headaches, fatigue, and generalized aches and pains. And
> they didn't show up immediately. It took a while for the men and women
> to start feeling bad. (Side note: this is what worries me about the
> H1N1 vaccine as well. Reactions to medicines or vaccines can take
> years to appear, making it difficult to connect the dots. But we've
> only been working with the H1N1 vaccine for mere months, not years.
> How do we know how the H1N1 vaccine will act in the body years from
> now?)
> As a result, it took a while for military docs to figure out that GWS
> was linked to a bad reaction to the anthrax vaccine. Instead, everyone
> in the government initially got away with labeling the vets'
> immunological problems as post-traumatic stress.
> So what's Gulf War Syndrome got to do with the H1N1 vaccine? Well,
> squalene is exactly the same adjuvant at least two drug companies have
> been playing around with adding to the H1N1 vaccine. In fact, they've
> already been paid millions of dollars by Uncle Sam to develop stores
> of the vaccine containing the adjuvant.
> Keeping their options open
> The Department of Health and Human Services is holding its cards
> close regarding the use of adjuvants in the H1N1 vaccine. Officials
> won't say for certain whether or not they plan on using them. But I
> can tell you one thing, they're keeping their options open.
> Here's how I know...
> On June 15th, Department of Health and Human Services chief Kathleen
> Sibelius basically issued a carte blanche to Big Pharma when it comes
> to the H1N1 vaccine. She's invoked the PREP Act of 2006 (Public
> Readiness and Emergency Readiness Act). This law gives the five drug
> manufactures complete immunity against lawsuits for their vaccines,
> even if the vaccine contains an adjuvant.
> According to the HHC website, immunity has been granted to the
> manufacturers “in all stages of 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccine
> development, testing, manufacture, distribution, prescribing,
> administration, and use.”
> In other words, no matter how bad things get, even if the vaccine
> contains a known hazardous ingredient, the drugmakers can't get in
> trouble!
> Money, money, money
> All along, I've suspected this whole swine flu pandemic isn't about
> saving lives. To date, the swine flu has been linked to a little over
> 500 deaths in this country. Heck, the regular seasonal flu is six
> times more deadly than H1N1.
> So what's all the fuss about? Money, of course!
> The five drug companies handed H1N1 vaccine contracts are set to make
> a boatload off their largely untested products. In fact, the
> Department of Health and Human Services has already spent $2 billion
> dollars to purchase 195 million doses of the vaccine and adjuvant.
> In addition Congress passed and President Obama recently signed a
> supplemental appropriation bill for $7.5 billion to cover the
> additional costs of preparing for H1N1. That figure doesn't even
> include the money spent on clinical trials or marketing of the
> vaccine.
> All told, we could spend up to $10 billion dollars on a vaccine for
> something that may cause fewer deaths this year than accidental falls
> at home.
> Protecting yourself sensibly this fall
> Here's the bottom line about the H1N1 vaccine: You don't need it.
> Instead, be smart. Wash your hands. Get lots of rest. Eat healthy.
> And take 2000 to 4000 IUs of vitamin D-3 during the winter months.
> That's the best way to fight off any virus, even the absurdly
> over-hyped money-sucking H1N1 virus!
> Until next time,
> Allan Spreen, M.D.



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