Published on May 13, 2016
Since the release of the 1998 paper in The Lancet, which suggested the possibility of a link between a novel form of bowel disease, autism, and the MMR vaccine, one of the report’s co-authors, Dr. Andrew Wakefield has been the subject of great controversy and defamation. Here, Wakefield addresses the allegations of fraud, conflict of interest, and medical misconduct that have been leveled against him.
…when the paper was published I recommended in a highly publicized press conference that single measles, mumps, and rubella vaccines be used instead of MMR until the issue of MMR’s questionable safety was resolved scientifically. These vaccines were available in the US and UK at the time.
After this recommendation was made, in the UK the government withdrew the importation license for the single vaccine and Merck – the manufacturer of the MMR vaccine – withdrew the option of single vaccines in the US. In short, parents and doctors who did not want MMR could no longer get single vaccines…
Link to article Note: If health was the concern and not profit, the single vaccine shots should have been allowed. The corporation and State blocked that option!
“The film calls for the following:
1 – That Congress subpoena Dr. William Thompson and investigate the CDC fraud. 2 – That Congress repeal the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine injury Act and hold manufacturers liable for injury caused by their vaccines.
3 – That the single measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine be made available immediately.
4 – That all vaccines be classified as pharmaceutical drugs and tested accordingly.”
“The answer to the question of whether Dr. Andrew Wakefield is a hero or an enemy to modern science depends largely on one’s perspective and training. Dr. Wakefield, a practicing British gastroenterologist, dared to publicly question the safety of the MMR vaccination in 1998.
Wakefield observed that his pediatric gastroenterology patients suffered specific inflammatory bowel issues and developed symptoms of autism following the MMR vaccine. Wakefield was not anti-vaccine, but simply recommended single vaccinations as opposed to the combination MMR vaccine, which included three separate vaccinations.”
The video discusses vaccines in depth, and gives 100% proof that vaccines cause Autism with references to many prominent scientists and their studies. Also displays Court cases where it was proven to the judge that the MMR vaccine was responsible was Autism