I Don’t See the Pro-vaccine People Posting This

Massive vaccine cover-up confirmed: Secret documents prove vaccines cause autism

(NaturalNews) The ongoing debate over whether or not vaccines cause autism would probably take on an entirely different tone if key information that has been mostly censored from the public was fully brought to light. Hidden documents that have been locked away for more than two decades reveal that the MMR vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella does cause autism, and regulators, drug executives and various others have known about this for a long time.

A Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed in the UK has forced the Department of Health to release confidential documents outlining the details of MMR’s initial approval back in the 1980s. These documents reveal that GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), the manufacturer of the MMR vaccine Pluserix, knew that there were problems with the vaccine causing a high rate of adverse events in children. Among these were encephalitis and other conditions associated with autism.

Concerned that the British government was withholding information about MMR’s dangers from the public, the FOIA request was filed in response to the growing number of vaccinated children who were coming down with debilitating gut problems, brain damage and other symptoms believed to be associated with MMR. As it turns out, these suspicions are now validated.

"We have compensated cases in which children exhibited an encephalopathy, or general brain disease," admitted Tina Cheatham, Senior Advisor to the Administrator of the Health Resources and Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), in an email to CBS News' Sharyl Attkisson. “Encephalopathy may be accompanied by a medical progression of an array of symptoms including autistic behavior, autism, or seizures.”

CDC, Pediatrics, US government and Merck all admit MMR vaccine causes autism

This admission is huge, as encephalopathy following vaccination is a known trigger of autistic symptoms, and something that the confidential documents from the UK also admit. GSK, the British government and various other players all kept this information under wraps, even after brave souls like Dr. Andrew Wakefield came forward publicly with data linking the MMR vaccine to autism-related health outcomes.

Reading between the lines, health authorities have, in fact, linked MMR to autism — but they won’t come right out and say it. Rubella, for instance, the German measles component of MMR, has been known to be a cause of autism since the 1960s. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has admitted this publicly, as has the National Immunization Program (now the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases). Even Merck & Co. a major manufacturer of MMR vaccines, has admitted that vaccines in general can cause autism.

"[R]ubella (congenital rubella syndrome) is one of the few proven causes of autism," stated Walter A. Orenstein, M.D., former Assistant Surgeon General and Director of the National Immunization Program, in a 2002 letter to the UK’s Chief Medical Officer.

nezua:

THE ONGOING SAGA OF THE FRAGILE WHITE

The Daily Show aired its long awaited segment on the Washington, D.C., NFL team name, in which fans were confronted by Natives on the set.
Before it even aired, the segment proved controversial. The satirical cable television news program had recruited team fans for the segment via Twitter; four were ultimately chosen to participate. But those participants told the Washington Post they felt like they were attacked.
Kelli O’Dell, who says it was unfair for The Daily Show to have her debate Amanda Blackhorse—the lead plaintiff in Blackhorse v. Pro-Football, Inc., which resulted in cancelling six of the team’s trademarks—says she felt like she was placed “in danger.” O’Dell later called authorities to pull The Daily Show tapes she had consented to appear on:

Two days later, O’Dell said she called D.C. police and tried to submit a police report, but authorities told her no crime had been committed.


People want their right to be racist. But the minute they approach facing real life consequences—and mild ones, given what they should expect for years of violence and slurs—look how they shake and cry. Look how they flee and fly to the po-lice, understanding fully the institutional role played by cops.

nezua:

THE ONGOING SAGA OF THE FRAGILE WHITE

The Daily Show aired its long awaited segment on the Washington, D.C., NFL team name, in which fans were confronted by Natives on the set.

Before it even aired, the segment proved controversial. The satirical cable television news program had recruited team fans for the segment via Twitter; four were ultimately chosen to participate. But those participants told the Washington Post they felt like they were attacked.

Kelli O’Dell, who says it was unfair for The Daily Show to have her debate Amanda Blackhorse—the lead plaintiff in Blackhorse v. Pro-Football, Inc., which resulted in cancelling six of the team’s trademarks—says she felt like she was placed “in danger.” O’Dell later called authorities to pull The Daily Show tapes she had consented to appear on:

Two days later, O’Dell said she called D.C. police and tried to submit a police report, but authorities told her no crime had been committed.

People want their right to be racist. But the minute they approach facing real life consequences—and mild ones, given what they should expect for years of violence and slurs—look how they shake and cry. Look how they flee and fly to the po-lice, understanding fully the institutional role played by cops.

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allthepiecesmatter451:

[image description: a photo of a page in a book. it is zoomed in on a paragraph, with the end of a paragraph above it that says IN TEXT: history, rarely giving credit to the chain of ‘almost inventors’ to which each innovation is inevitably due. END TEXT.
the main paragraph says IN TEXT: Dmytri Kleiner, a post-Marxist free software and anti-copyright activist, argues that trying to credit something as fluid as an idea to a particular individual is impossible. ‘Unlike a material object, which can exist in only one place at a given time, ideas are infinite and non-exclusive.’ He goes on, ‘Every expression is an extension of a previous perception. Ideas are not original, they are built upon layers of knowledge accumulated through history.’viii Kleiner makes an interesting philosophical point, but more importantly, underscores the fact that if we view individuals as the sources of innovation and achievement, we feed into a cult of personality that only serves to distract us from the factors that actually fuel ideas. END TEXT.
the beginning of the last paragraph says IN TEXT: Our organisations are almost universally guilty of this, whether by always deferring to the traditional leader figure for press and public speaking opportunities (even when someone else END TEXT. end description.]
this is why authorship is problematic and why copyrighting is full of shit. there is no such thing as an original thought. we - our thoughts, our feelings, our body, our mind, our spirit - are the accumulation of knowledge, wisdom, and matter passed on from generation to generation through the cycle of time.
taking credit for an idea, a concept, or an analysis is to disgrace our ancestors and all beings who lay the foundation before us—whose names will never be known or celebrated.
i resonated deeply when i read this paragraph in a book im currently reading (“anarchists in the boardroom” by liam barrington-bush). i shared it with my coworker and we had a really good conversation about celebrity status in the “activist” community, and how often folks are not recognized for the work they do because they dont fit Western beauty standards, are fat, are non-passing trans* folk, and so on. she said “we’ve forgotten how to honour each other”
for me, the word honour makes a huge difference and is a practice widely unused. culturally, we are very good at - and very much used to -perpetuating heroism, of putting people who reflect our values on pedestals, and participating in celebrity culture.
rather than honouring each being for who we are and what we offer this world, the process of colonization and the mechanisms of capitalism encourage us to inflate our egos and to float away from the earth, as far from reality as possible. we have learned to look up to only certain people as purveyors of ideas, and look down on everyone else - including ourselves. somehow, through cycles of theft, exploitation, and further violence, this has become acceptable.
and what i appreciate in this piece of text is that it points out that not only is celebrity culture or cult of personality harmful because it provides a platform for already privileged people to represent an idea, but that it also prevents NEW ideas from taking form.
the last point i feel needs to also be made clear is the amount of POWER these platforms also give people and to ask ourselves if we are giving power or spotlight to one or a few individuals, where is that power coming from and who are we leaving forgotten in the dark?

allthepiecesmatter451:

[image description: a photo of a page in a book. it is zoomed in on a paragraph, with the end of a paragraph above it that says IN TEXT: history, rarely giving credit to the chain of ‘almost inventors’ to which each innovation is inevitably due. END TEXT.

the main paragraph says IN TEXT: Dmytri Kleiner, a post-Marxist free software and anti-copyright activist, argues that trying to credit something as fluid as an idea to a particular individual is impossible. ‘Unlike a material object, which can exist in only one place at a given time, ideas are infinite and non-exclusive.’ He goes on, ‘Every expression is an extension of a previous perception. Ideas are not original, they are built upon layers of knowledge accumulated through history.’viii Kleiner makes an interesting philosophical point, but more importantly, underscores the fact that if we view individuals as the sources of innovation and achievement, we feed into a cult of personality that only serves to distract us from the factors that actually fuel ideas. END TEXT.

the beginning of the last paragraph says IN TEXT: Our organisations are almost universally guilty of this, whether by always deferring to the traditional leader figure for press and public speaking opportunities (even when someone else END TEXT. end description.]

this is why authorship is problematic and why copyrighting is full of shit. there is no such thing as an original thought. we - our thoughts, our feelings, our body, our mind, our spirit - are the accumulation of knowledge, wisdom, and matter passed on from generation to generation through the cycle of time.

taking credit for an idea, a concept, or an analysis is to disgrace our ancestors and all beings who lay the foundation before us—whose names will never be known or celebrated.

i resonated deeply when i read this paragraph in a book im currently reading (“anarchists in the boardroom” by liam barrington-bush). i shared it with my coworker and we had a really good conversation about celebrity status in the “activist” community, and how often folks are not recognized for the work they do because they dont fit Western beauty standards, are fat, are non-passing trans* folk, and so on. she said “we’ve forgotten how to honour each other”

for me, the word honour makes a huge difference and is a practice widely unused. culturally, we are very good at - and very much used to -perpetuating heroism, of putting people who reflect our values on pedestals, and participating in celebrity culture.

rather than honouring each being for who we are and what we offer this world, the process of colonization and the mechanisms of capitalism encourage us to inflate our egos and to float away from the earth, as far from reality as possible. we have learned to look up to only certain people as purveyors of ideas, and look down on everyone else - including ourselves. somehow, through cycles of theft, exploitation, and further violence, this has become acceptable.

and what i appreciate in this piece of text is that it points out that not only is celebrity culture or cult of personality harmful because it provides a platform for already privileged people to represent an idea, but that it also prevents NEW ideas from taking form.

the last point i feel needs to also be made clear is the amount of POWER these platforms also give people and to ask ourselves if we are giving power or spotlight to one or a few individuals, where is that power coming from and who are we leaving forgotten in the dark?

danathur:

Desana Girl. Rio Negro, Brasil.The Desana people call themselves “People of the Universe”. "According to the oral tradition of the Desana, which is common to other Eastern Tukanoan peoples, the ancestors of Humanity followed the course of the rivers Amazon, Negro, Uaupés and their tributaries, leaving from the Atlantic Ocean on a ship – the “Canoe-of-Transformation”. Along the trip they stopped in numerous “houses of transformation”, where they performed celebrations. The sub-aquatic trip in the Canoe-of-Transformation is assimilated to the humanization and progressive maturation of Humanity’s ancestors. They went aground among the Ipanoré rapids, on the mid river Uaupés. It was in this place that the differentiation between Whites and Indians took place. The ancestor of the Whites then went South, while the Indians went up the course of the river and its tributaries looking for a good place to live."

danathur:

Desana Girl. Rio Negro, Brasil.

The Desana people call themselves “People of the Universe”.
 
"According to the oral tradition of the Desana, which is common to other Eastern Tukanoan peoples, the ancestors of Humanity followed the course of the rivers Amazon, Negro, Uaupés and their tributaries, leaving from the Atlantic Ocean on a ship – the “Canoe-of-Transformation”. Along the trip they stopped in numerous “houses of transformation”, where they performed celebrations. The sub-aquatic trip in the Canoe-of-Transformation is assimilated to the humanization and progressive maturation of Humanity’s ancestors. They went aground among the Ipanoré rapids, on the mid river Uaupés. It was in this place that the differentiation between Whites and Indians took place. The ancestor of the Whites then went South, while the Indians went up the course of the river and its tributaries looking for a good place to live."

You can talk all you want about violence, as long as you don’t mention social change… Similarly, you can talk all you want about social change, so long as you never mention violence. But you must never put them together.

"Why not?"

…[It’s] why it’s okay for the military to teach so many people how to make and use explosives, and why it’s okay for the military to blow people up all over the world. That’s sending violence down the hierarchy. That’s why it’s okay for corporations to teach people how to make and use explosives to put in a mine and destroy a mountain. That’s sending violence down the hierarchy. But if you mention explosives and the possibility of using them to go not down but up the hierarchy, you must be punished.

Derrick Jensen | Endgame Vol II: Resistance

"Civilization is based on a clearly defined and widely accepted yet often unarticulated hierarchy. Violence done by those higher on the hierarchy to those lower is nearly always invisible, that is, unnoticed. When it is noticed, it is fully rationalized. Violence done by those lower on the hierarchy to those higher is unthinkable, and when it does occur is regarded with shock, horror, and the fetishization of the victims."

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destispell:

sam pepper is currently unemployed, being blacklisted by other youtubers, being banned from vidcon, has lost tons of followers on all social media accounts, and has a police report filed against him.

karma did not come back to bite sam pepper. karma came back, dragged sam pepper out of his house and beat the living shit out of him.

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