Courts Quietly Confirm MMR Vaccine Causes Autism


The link between autism and vaccines has been the subject of considerable debate for many years, which has misled parents searching for the truth to miss the repeated admissions of the pharmaceutical companies and governments that vaccines really cause autism. For one thing, it’s important to remember that the same people who own the world’s drug companies also own America’s news outlets, so obtaining propaganda-free data has been a rather strenuous task.

Being at the center of the fifteen-year controversy, Dr. Andrew Wakefield of Austin, Texas was the first person to make the link between stomach disorders and autism public; what’s more, he was the first to publicize the link between stomach disorders, autism and the Measles Mumps Rubella (MMR) vaccine.

Courts Quietly Confirm MMR Vaccine Causes Autism

As a result of his endeavors on this matter, along with his discovery of 1996, and his subsequent research paper published in 1998, the doctor fell victim to a global smear campaign by governments, media and drug corporations that led to his losing his license to practice medicine. Instead, he has become a best-selling author, the founder of the Strategic Autism Initiative, and the Director of the Autism Media Channel.

However, in recent months, courts, governments and vaccine manufacturers have quietly owned the fact that the Measles Mumps Rubella (MMR) vaccine is a probable cause of autism and stomach diseases, and now pharmaceutical companies are paying out big money, adding together millions, to the victims in an attempt to recompense for their damages, thus buying their silence.

This ongoing story published in the Whiteout Press was brought to the newspaper’s attention by their regular reader called Kathleen. When asked about the cause of her involvement in the vaccine-autism battle, the young reader said:

I just researched it for a school project a while back and then I stayed on top of it, until I couldn’t stand it anymore. I’m not a parent, nor do I belong to any organization – a mere outside observer.”

Luckily, the news that vaccines are the potential cause of autism has spread across the US in spite of the media obstruction. Kathleen further explains: “All I want is to see this information where the public can access it.

I’ve looked everywhere, and no one gives this dire Wakefield situation even ONE small mention. In Washington State, where I’m from, vaccines have become mandatory for school children, which is very frightening!

Landmark decisions

Two landmark decisions were announced in December 2012 confirming Dr. Wakefield’s theory that the MMR vaccine is closely related to autism and stomach disorders. Although the news went mostly unreported, independent outlets like the The Liberty Beacon website started publishing it.

According to the website, ‘in a recently published December 13, 2012 vaccine court ruling, hundreds of thousands of dollars were awarded to Ryan Mojabi, whose parents described how “MMR vaccinations” caused a “severe and debilitating injury to his brain, diagnosed as Autism Spectrum Disorder (‘ASD’).”’ The Liberty Beacon also wrote about the second court ruling that month, as well as about similar former verdicts, ‘Later the same month, the government suffered a second major defeat when young Emily Moller from Houston won compensation following vaccine-related brain injury that, once again, involved MMR and resulted in autism.

The cases follow similar successful petitions in the Italian and US courts (including Hannah Poling, Bailey Banks, Misty Hyatt, Kienan Freeman, Valentino Bocca, and Julia Grimes) in which the governments conceded or the court ruled that vaccines had caused brain injury. In turn, this injury led to an ASD diagnosis. MMR vaccine was the common denominator in these cases.’

In the end, although Dr. Wakefield’s career and reputation were ruined, 15 years later, his cause seems to be justified.

As The Liberty Beacon report writes, ‘While repeated studies from around the world confirmed Wakefield’s bowel disease in autistic children and his position that safety studies of the MMR are inadequate, Dr. Wakefield ’s career has been destroyed by false allegations. Despite this he continues to work tirelessly to help solve the autism catastrophe.’

Finally, in the words of Dr. Wakefield, “There can be very little doubt that vaccines can and do cause autism. In these children, the evidence for an adverse reaction involving brain injury following the MMR that progresses to an autism diagnosis is compelling. It’s now a question of the body count. The parents’ story was right all along. Governments must stop playing with words while children continue to be damaged. My hope is that recognition of the intestinal disease in these children will lead to the relief of their suffering. This is long, long overdue.

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