by Mary W Maxwell, PhD, LLB
We often read that the government’s demands for opportunities to vaccinate the population in Australia is increasing. This takes the form of such things as:
“No jab, no pay” – a family on welfare can’t be paid for any kid not fully vaccinated.
“No jab, no job” — nurses lose their job if they don’t get vaccinated (and lately, day-care workers have been added to the list).
“No jab, your doctor won’t accept your kid into his practice.”
In each of those cases there’s an out. The family can stay in poverty, the nurse can become a shop assistant, the family will go to a chiropractor or naturopath instead of an MD. But we all know, don’t we, that these steps in be direction are leading further into the same direction: universal vaccination. “No Jab, you’re arrested.” “You’ve broken the law and now you go to prison and of course prisoners get vaccinated.”
This article has one clear message: we must not tolerate this. We should not have tolerated, in Australia, the “no jab no welfare payment.” But it wasn’t us, so who cared. We were fools to let this happen. And parents who did not yell at their doctor when he/she refused to treat unvaccinated children should stand in the stocks for an hour (the parents, not the doctor – at least 10 hours for the doctor).
It Is Totally Malicious
The vaccination routine is made to sound nice “Oh yes we want kids to be immunized against various diseases – we’d be doing them a disservice otherwise.” Hmm. Do you know that many doctors do not allow their own children to be vaccinated? Do you know there is much research to show that immunization does not do what it promises to do?
I happen to know that the practice of vaccinating was malicious from the very beginning. If you are getting into a panic reading this, I think that’s good. It has to be better than switching off.
And so now I’ll move the solution up to the front of the discussion, OK? You have to act. You have to act now. You have to act in solidarity with others. That means you have to invent solidarity however you are able to.
Do you belong to any clubs? Any associations? A church group? Do you have a favorite shopping center? A local library? Go there and hand out a one-page INVITATION for people to meet you at such-and-such a place. They won’t hate you. And they can always ignore the invitation.
If you own or rent a house you can put lawn signs galore on the grass. If only an apartment, put a nice sign in the widow – making it beautiful helps you not to look like a negative element.
If you have a body, as most persons do, you can wear a sign. This can be a laminated piece of typing paper with a simple message such a “Please talk to me about vaccination.” Just tune the font up to 35 or so, for nice thick lettering. Hang it on a lanyard, or pin one to your back.
You can also go to a home improvement shop such as Bunnings and buy, for maybe 50 cents, a thin piece of plywood to use as a stick for holding up a sign. When campaigning I bought a 6-foot stick of very lightweight plywood so I could perch it on the ground near me (or leaned it on my shoulder) and still be hands free to give out papers.
Note: in my recent campaign for the US Senate, the speech-item I got the most thanks for was my mention of vaccination. I had not gone deeply into it as there were many other topics to cover, but that one brought instant gratitude.
Several people told me how they get rebuffed when they try to fight for their rights. But they would not be rebuffed if they had enough support and enough anger and enough knowledge of what vax is really all about.
What Walt Wants
In 2000, Robert F Kennedy, Jr wrote an exposé on The Simpsonwood Conference. The gist is that there was a meeting supervised by Dr Walter Orenstein, to discuss what folks were saying about a connection between thimerosal and autism. Thimerosal is one of the many ingredients in vaccines; it is related to preserving their shelf life.
Orenstein was at the time the director of the National Immunization Program for the CDC. The CDC, Centers for Disease Control, in Atlanta, Georgia, started as a private entity but now belongs to the US Department of Health and Human Services. Kennedy’s article “Deadly Immunity” appeared in Salon.com in July 2005. I think Salon has since repudiated it – always a good sign. Kennedy made two points:
- the CDC turned its database on childhood vaccines – which had been developed largely at taxpayer expense – over to a private agency, America’s Health Insurance Plans, ensuring that it could not be used for additional research [not to mention Freedom of Information requests], and
- Regarding the Simpsonwood Conference:
“According to transcripts of the meeting, the committee’s chief staffer, Kathleen Stratton, predicted that the IOM would conclude that the evidence was ‘inadequate to accept or reject a causal relation’ between thimerosal and autism. That, she added, was the result ‘Walt wants’ – a reference to Dr. Walter Orenstein. The IOM [Institutes of Medicine] declared the case closed and – in a startling position for a scientific body – recommended that no further research be conducted.”
Why Does Walt Want That Result?
You would have to be thicker than thick to not see what the point of the Simpsonwood Conference was. It was to refute (and mock) the claims of many parents that their child had developed autism immediately after getting a vaccination. Often it was the MMR jab, for measles, mumps, and rubella.
The cause may or not have been the thimerosal; it could have been some other ingredient. But no physician in his right mind would say that the research was final — and give away the useful (taxpayer-funded) database.
Orenstein acted maliciously. Even if the autism illness were not nearly as bad as it is, and did not affect nearly as many kids as it does, his behavior is way out of line and is inexplicable.
Autism Was the Desired Result
In my book, Consider the Lilies, I explained the malice that has been going on in medicine since 1798. I virtually said that the disease we call autism, which is unbelievably cruel, was cooked up and deliberately spread to children.
I am sure I am correct. However, no one wants to hear this. I sometimes make hints in the Comments section of the website Age of Autism. No one picks me up on it. The “demographic” that would be best suited to get angry and to warn others – namely, parents of autism children – are definitely not going to be in the front lines.
And why should they have to do the work? We should do it for them. Hey, Everybody, just swallow this, please: there are people in this world wicked enough to cause diseases.
(Autism is not the first one they have tried.)
(Autism is not the first one they have tried.)
Go on, swallow it — and get angry — and act on your anger.
–Mary W Maxwell wants you to download Consider the Lilies from her website maryWmaxwell.com