Autism Diagnosis in Children…connecting the dots!

Most people in the world, and most importanly the United States are programmed to believe whatever the government and their television tells them. They don’t understand that only two countries in the world allow pharmaceutical companies to advertise on TV. Pharma companies spent $8 billion on TV drug ads in 2022, but that doesn’t count the billions they spend advertising directly to doctors. You can spend a lot of time down this rabbit hole, but let me just connect the dots around the contriversal vaccine debate. To be honest, there is no debate. No one on the vaccine side is willing to debate. The information is pretty clear.

Pharmaceutical companies in the United States were granted partial liability protection from vaccine-related lawsuits in 1986. This protection came about through the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA), signed into law by President Ronald Reagan on November 14, 1986. This was probably the worst thing President Reagan did as president, but the House of Representatives voted in favor 380-37. It was bipartisan because Big Pharma bought off each party.

The NCVIA was established to address concerns about a potential shortage of vaccines and to stabilize vaccine prices by providing some level of legal immunity to vaccine manufacturers. The Act created the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP), which is a federal program that compensates individuals who may have been injured by certain vaccines.

What most pro-vax folks don’t look at is data. They just either believe or have brainwashed by the television programing. Let’s go back to the a year after the legislation was signed and look forward to 2020.

Here are the historical autism prevalence estimates for children up until September 2020:

  1. 1987: Approximately 1 in 2,500 children were estimated to have autism. (Source: Fombonne E, 2003)
  2. Early 1990s: The prevalence increased to around 1 in 1,000 children. (Source: Fombonne E, 2003)
  3. Early 2000s: Prevalence estimates further increased to around 1 in 150 children. (Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – CDC, 2007)
  4. 2010: The prevalence was estimated to be around 1 in 68 children in the United States. (Source: CDC, 2014)
  5. 2020: Prevalence estimates continued to rise, with some studies reporting rates of 1 in 54 children in the United States. (Source: CDC, 2020)

Why aren’t the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or other relevant health organizations crying fowl? Because they are paid by Big Pharma and so is our media.

Pharma also has a built in client base moving forward. There was 3.6 million births in 2020. If 1 in 54 children had autism, that equates to 66,666 children. That’s a lot of perscriptions to manage challenging behaviors, agitation, or aggressoin. During their lifetimes, these children will need Antipsychotic Medications, Stimulants, Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors, Sleep Aids and other drugs sold by big pharma.

Hopefully more people will begin to wake up to what’s happening in the world.

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