Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Defective Children Get SIDS or, If My Grandmother Had Wings She Could Fly!

An abnormality in part of the brain that controls breathing, arousal and other reflexes may be what causes Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, a finding that could lead to a preventive treatment, a study said on Tuesday.

A decade and a half ago, while researching medical extracts (no internet “way back” then), my wife concluded that the same problem of “hydro encephalopathy,” or "water swelling" of cells, seen in rubella infection in fetuses, was what was causing the brain damage from toxins in the rubella vaccine. Even though an MRI didn’t show this “swelling,” Cindy doggedly determined it was happening on a “microscopic” level, because the result was so obvious to her.

In the ensuing years of medical studies, arguments, and counter-arguments, the most sophisticated research by Dr. Andrew Wakefield and others has shown a connection between a lack of absorption of nutrients and the poor development of the myelin sheath, and the onset of all sorts of auto-immune dysfunctions in the developing child from ADHD and dyslexia to asthma and autism. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or SIDS, is now falling under this brain-development scenario, but the researchers are not making the ultimate connection to vaccines as the culprit.

Why is there this unwillingness to look at the obvious? In Japan, where vaccines are not routinely given to children under age 2, there is virtually no SIDS. In the US, where mega doses of vaccines are starting to be jabbed into infants from the moment of birth, SIDS is a scary threat in young lives.
Meantime, back at the reality of mainstream America medicine, with insurance conglomerates and big pharma reigning over public health, the SIDS study concludes that indeed, some children are born defective, which seems to go against nature, evolution, and logic:

"These findings provide evidence that SIDS is not a mystery but a disorder that we can investigate with scientific methods, and some day, may be able to identify and treat," said Dr. Hannah Kinney of the Boston hospital, an author of the paper. --MSNBC

Another recent study which has gotten little publicity, despite its publication in the British Journal of Medicine, is also annoying in its conclusion of the inordinately evident—that the flu vaccine doesn’t work at all:

WASHINGTON, Oct. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- An independent analysis by the internationally renowned Cochrane Collaboration of worldwide influenza vaccine studies, published in the British Medical Journal on Oct. 28, concluded there is little scientific proof that inactivated influenza vaccine is safe and effective for children and adults. Citing the Cochrane Collaboration finding as well as methodological flaws in a child influenza vaccine study published Oct. 25 in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), the National Vaccine Information Center is calling on the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to stop recommending annual flu shots for all infants and children until methodologically sound studies are conducted.

"There is a big gap between policies promoting annual influenza vaccinations for most children and adults and supporting scientific evidence," said epidemiologist Tom Jefferson, Cochrane Vaccines Field, Rome, Italy, who coordinated the comprehensive analysis for the prestigious Cochrane Collaboration. "Given the significant resources involved in annual mass influenza campaigns, there is urgent need for re- evaluation of these strategies."

I couldn’t get to my Prego Italian Pasta sauce at Costco yesterday because the line for flu shots was so long it was blocking the area. I look forward to a day when my fellow citizens will take a moment to reflect on just what ingredients go into any vaccine—the toxin that causes the disease. The illogic of this 200-plus year old system really working without wreaking havoc on the human blood and immune system is apparent to me, and probably more physicians than would like to publicly admit. I hope you get the drift as well.

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