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Thimerosal cover-up: Banned around the world, but not in the United States



Do you know why in recent years they want to give your baby a lot of vaccines at a very early age and even before you take your newborn home?

If they gave all of these vaccines later after your baby has time to age and mature a little bit you will notice that your baby was talking a little and was very intelligent, recognizing their grand parents and other loved ones.  Recognizing fun puppies and other things they like.  Maybe they enjoyed being held and looking out the windows at things outside and would get excited about favorite things.  Then after a round of multiple vaccines the parents notice that those things are no longer true.  All of a sudden the child seems dull and lacks the liveliness they had before.  The parents can see the sudden change and knows that is what caused the ADD, ADHD or Autism and other problems with their child.

Now, if they give all of these vaccines to the child at a very early age the doctor can easily convince the parents that the child was born that way or it was a pre-existing condition.



This document pretty much explains it all in a nutshell.  It seems extremely obvious to me.


The United States gives 36 vaccines.

Iceland, Sweden, Japan, and Israel all give just 11 vaccines.

My question is:  Where are the disease / sickness outbreaks in these other countries that warrant giving 36 vaccines in the US.  Is it really better to give 36 than 11?  As far as I have heard the standard of living in Japan is pretty good.  Healthy and very smart people.  I think it is pretty obvious that there is more here than preventing disease.



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