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by Cathy Jameson

Editor’s Note: This was first published at AgeofAutism.com

Five of our friends are due in the next few months.  Years ago, I never used to be nervous when people announced that they were having babies. I love new babies!  But now, with how many challenges new parents face — including being bombarded with an unnecessary vaccine minutes after baby arrives, nervous is the best word to use.  Two of our friends are having what I call organic babies though.

What’s an “organic” baby?  It’s a baby whose parents are opting out of some of society’s pre- and post-natal standards. That includes vaccines.Having learned things the hard way the first time around with an older child, they care not to make the same mistake with Baby #2.  Empowered to create a healthier environment for the new bundle long before they’re due, I’m not nervous at all hearing about their pregnancies.  I’m actually very excited!  I hope you are, too.

The best things in life are unexpected…

Two of my friends are pregnant.  Both are in their 40s.  Both have a typical child.  Both also have a child on the autism spectrum.  Both have been enthusiastically congratulated.  I was happily shocked to learn of each of these pregnancies.

Then I was excited.  It’s almost as if these pregnancies are a first-time pregnancy.  With all that these Moms have already gone through, they sort of are first-time pregnancies.

No longer will Mom be timid about what typically happens in a regular OB office.

She is so much more informed!

No longer will Mom let one person dictate all that she must do.

She knows she has other options!

No longer will Mom allow a medical professional trump her mother’s intuition.

She now has experience, knowledge and confidence on her side!

In each case, Mom knows so much more.  She knows how to ask for certain things.  She also knows how to politely yet firmly decline others.  Mom wants so many things to be different and better.  Yes, better.  Better for her and better for her unborn child.

Part of me is worried for my friends.  Being pregnant now, compared to ten or fifteen years ago when youth was on their side, will surely be different.  According to literature, they’re OLD.  Old means tired, exhausted, fragile.  But, knowing these women and their personalities, old is just an adjective, and would never be the first one I’d use to describe them.

Both Moms are active in their other children’s lives.  They are both movers and shakers in their own communities.  They are both looked up to, respected and sought out for advice.  Who better than an already inspiring woman to bring new life…and hope to our world.

Sure, I’m a little worried for my friends, but I’m downright giddy that these two women are pregnant.  I’m more excited for these pregnancies than other.  They will be far different than that of the younger people in my life.

The younger people are having their first and second children and are clinging to every word, statistic and procedure their medical provider tells them.  Then, their children are taken to every appointment that the powers that be have dictated.

When pictures are shared, I see darkened circles under baby’s eyes and hear of food allergies, eczema, early speech problems and endless sleepless nights.  Red flags are waving violently behind baby but Mom has yet to connect the dots or see the destructive path her children are walking.

It saddens me to know that these young Moms are marching in my own footsteps, the foolish steps I so blindly took with my children before I forced myself to open my eyes.  These young Moms haven’t had the “I wish I’d known” moment even though they do know. They are aware.  They have witnessed.

They’ve watched my son and a host of other children decline.  They’ve heard stories of seizures, of loss of speech, of daily struggles that have become life-long struggles.  They’ve seen children slowly decline and then fall hard on the spectrum.  But they’ve chosen to brush that knowledge away.  These young Moms have watched it all happen right in front of their eyes, but they refuse to see any of it.

I know that so many of us here would do things over if given the chance.  We would read more.  We would ask more.  We would demand more.

We would stand up for our health and that of our child without hesitation.  We would take that chance and hold tightly to it if given the chance.  The two older friends that I have who are pregnant will do all of that because they have that chance.  I applaud them and am ready to support them.

As surprised (and tired, and slower, and achier) as these older mamas might be, I believe that their pregnancies are a blessing that and that their child will be a beacon of hope for many.  God bless these Moms, and God bless the new life they carry.

— Cathy Jameson is a Contributing Editor for Age of Autism

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  1. One of my very good friends opted out of vaccines for child 2 and 3. Her first child had a vaccine reaction and is partly disabled for life. There was no other explanation for her, as it occurred directly after the vaccine. She does not regret her decision and 2 and 3 are healthy, gorgeous post school children.

    Having listened to the MSM over the last week about how safe vaccines are — one has to wonder about all the medical fads over the decades… and what they will be saying in 30 years time.

    • Dee, the Page One story on the Adelaide Advertiser yesterday was “Docs Not Treating Unvaccinated Children.”

      It went on to say such things as “Many parents want to know how many children in ther kids’ school are unvaccinated.”

      Dee, could you please run an article on “No jab, no pay”?

      • Dee, could you please run an article on “No jab, no pay”?
        reading here, it says…

        “Conscientious objection and vaccination objection on non-medical grounds will no longer be a valid exemption from immunisation requirements.”

        So, if you wish to opt out because of religious beliefs, too bad.. but does that mean one could still object on the grounds that some vaccines can, and do cause harm? Thats medical grounds, surely.

        I was reading that so long as you had been to the doctor, and received all the info from the doctor, and were still not going to be vaxxed, then the doctor signs something and its all ok.. but that was just a comment somewhere that someone wrote. be nice to know for sure.

        I know one thing for sure. if the only way they can get people to do something is by force, then it cant really be that good an idea.

        • Anoyne in Oz wanting to read the best book on vax? not politics just science?

          Go to library and get an interlibrary loan of Viera Scheibner’s book. She lives in rural NSW and is a neuroscience expert.

          Holy smoke — I just went to worldcat.org to look up the exact name of her recent book, and i see she also has one that has been in print for 23 years called:

          Vaccination : 100 years of orthodox research shows that vaccines represent a medical assault on the immune system.

          It is in 57 libraries of the world, including state libes of Oz.

          So there. VIERA SCHEIBNER. Get yours today.

  2. I thank Fair for giving the link: No Jab, No Pay –
    New Immunisation Requirements for Family Assistance Payments.

    Of course that whole list, Fair, including the “no exceptions” bears on a law (as yet untested in court i believe) which applies to the eligibility for Centrleink money.

    So it is not a law saying you must vaccinate (as such). But is likely meant as a stepping stone to that. Let’s hear from the pediatricians as to forcing one group of children (those on the dole) to do something that has always been at parental discretion.

    Come on, Docs, do you have an opinion on that? And would you “dare” express it? Don’t be so nervous. You are led to believe that all your colleagues have gone over to the other side. But that’s not true. Only the pathetic ones have done so.

    • Yep Mary, I do understand the subte difference between actually being forced to be injected at gunpoint, or being denied benefits if you dont, ( but for those it is aimed at, there s likely still no choice ) but yeah, re the Drs, I thought patients must be able to give “informed” consent before a procedure. If they are only given half the story, then the Doctors are failing in their duty.

      I suppose they can say, “we give them all the approved information” and that would cover them.

      i think it is way past time to test in court, not only the discrimination of who gets the benefit, but the fact that our children, are not our children, but the states, but most of all, the acknowledgment that vaccines can and do cause harm.

      i imagine this policy would never be passed if it applied to everyone, but unless people speak out, one day it just might. and that may not be the worst of it.

      One thing I dont hear much in the media anymore, is all the advice on the proper way to put your baby to sleep, is S.I.D.S. not a problem any more? did all the commercials about how all the parents who were having problems with their kids do their job so well that the parents all suddenly stopped shaking their babies?

    • No one can benefit from any gov “welfare” program unless they’re prepared to acknowledge why it was invented in the first place

  3. No one has mentioned it yet, but how are micro-chips inserted into pets? Answer = by injection.

    Now I keep reading reports about society all being micro-chipped one day and how do you think that may be achieved?

    Answer = by vaxxination injection.

    As someone mentioned above. No jab no pay is a precursor to vaxxination of all children becoming law – it is just a matter of time if we continue to vote for the Globalist puppets disguised as mainstream political parties.

  4. Note: With only 5 days to go before the (historic, I hope) Moot Court Trial for Martin Bryant, Dee will be reaching into Gumshoe’s quiver to find some relevant old documents for your perusal, starting Saturday, March11, 2017.

  5. I think we need more than hope.

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-03-12/government-pushes-to-ban-unvaccinated-children-from-childcare/8347040>How many of his millions does he have invested in Pharmaceticals I wonder.. or do they just give him shares for his good work…

    What should I do if I notice a nurse or midwife is promoting anti-vaccination material?

    “If you have concerns about a nurse or midwife you can make a complaint to AHPRA. The NMBA will consider whether the nurse or midwife has breached their professional obligations and will treat these matters seriously. Any published anti-vaccination material and/or advice which is false, misleading or deceptive which is being distributed by a registered nurse, enrolled nurse or midwife (including via social media) may also constitute a summary offence under the National Law and could result in prosecution by AHPRA. ”

    I think if it went to court, youd just need to show the film vaxxed to the judge.. surely.. but then, might also depend on how many shares the judge has

    Its a bloody WAR! my gob is smacked.

    • Smack ’em right back, Fair.

      However, I detect 2 weasel words:
      “MAY constitute an offense” and “COULD result in prosecution”

      I need to see what the alleged law says. Nevertheless it is frightening.

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