Oh same for milk. First vaccinations, The MMR

  Oh where do I begin, so many people make false allegations and make idiotic disputes that for some reason people still believe, example: The moon landing of 1969, 9/11 was an inside job, area 51, and many more. Today I’ll talk about 3 of these involving autism. First The MMR vaccine controversy second The link between milk and autism and third The corporation named Autism Speaks and how “good” they are.  This paper involves how they came to be and why they are oh so wrong. Even though there is proof against all of these people still believe these people and falsified evidence with people saying things like… “I am being proven right about massive vaccinations—the doctors lied. Save our children & their future.”— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 3, 2014. “Findings from two animal studies indicate autism and schizophrenia may be linked to a person’s inability to properly break down a protein found in milk. The digestive problem might actually lead to the disorders’ symptoms, whose basis has long been debated”. This research was done by a physiologist at the University of Florida Dr. J. Robert Cade (The creator of gatorade). Two conspiracies (The MMR vaccine controversy & The link between milk & autism) which are widely known and that hurt people. Fraudulent research that catches the eyes of many, not having vaccinations to evade autism causes more risks than rewards, same for milk.         First vaccinations, The MMR vaccine controversy started with the 1998 publication of a fraudulent research paper in The Lancet linking the combined measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine to colitis and autism spectrum disorders. The claims in the paper were widely reported, leading to a sharp drop in vaccination rates in the UK and Ireland and increases in the incidence of measles and mumps, resulting in deaths and serious permanent injuries, we’ll be talking about this in more detail later in this paper.  Now milk, when you were a baby, you drank gallons and gallons of breastmilk or formula. Most of the calcium you ingested ended up making your bones very strong. The body is constantly replacing old calcium in bones with new calcium. So if you don’t have enough calcium in your diet, your cells won’t immediately suffer, because the body uses the calcium that’s been stored in your bones. If you don’t replace old calcium with new calcium, your bones will become weaker over time. The same thing would happen with a bank account. Let’s say you have $500 in a savings account. If you keep taking money out and never put any back, your account eventually will be empty. A similar thing can happen with the calcium stored in your body. Your bones won’t turn to dust, but they can get weaker; and weaker bones are more likely to break if a person gets injured, same as the MMR vaccine conspiracy we’ll be talking about this in more detail later.     Oh  I almost forgot, for those who do not know, autism is categorized in three forms, autistic disorder, (classic autism) asperger’s syndrome, (mild autism)  and Pervasive Developmental Disorder — Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS)(autistic disorder) This is what most people think of when hearing the word “autism.”  People with autistic disorder usually have significant language delays, social and communication challenges, and unusual behaviors and interests. Many people with autistic disorder also have intellectual disability.(asperger’s syndrome) People with Asperger syndrome usually have some milder symptoms of autistic disorder.  They might have social challenges and unusual behaviors and interests.  However, they typically do not have problems with language or intellectual disability.(PDD-NOS) People who meet some of the criteria for autistic disorder or Asperger syndrome, but not all, may be diagnosed with PDD-NOS. People with PDD-NOS usually have fewer and milder symptoms than those with autistic disorder.  The symptoms might cause only social and communication challenges.       Autism spectrum disorders usually begins before the age of 3 and last throughout a person’s life, although symptoms may improve over time. Some children with ASD show hints of future problems within the first few months of life. In others, symptoms might not show up until 24 months or later. Some children with an ASD seem to develop normally until around 18 to 24 months of age and then they stop gaining new skills, or they lose the skills they once had.A person with an ASD might:Not respond to their name by 12 monthsNot point at objects to show interest by 14 monthsNot play “pretend” games by 18 monthsAvoid eye contact and want to be aloneHave trouble understanding other people’s feelings or talking about their own feelings (socially inept) mainly from being teased, outcasted, and not being able to spend time with other people.Have delayed speech and language skillsRepeat words or phrases over and over (echolalia)Give unrelated answers to questionsGet upset by minor changesHave obsessive interestsFlap their hands, rock their body, or spin in circles, tap feet on floor (fidget)Have unusual reactions to the way things sound, smell, taste, look, or feel (elevated senses)I got most of these notes from here (https://www.asws.org/WhatisAutism.aspx)     Now for the last point to bring up in this paper before I start going more in depth into the other topics I’ve already mentioned, The corporation called Autism Speaks, oh Autism Speaks. Autism Speaks says that they are all for spreading “awareness” of autism, but in reality, they are spreading only fear. Over the years they have produced some really terrible videos to market their organization that portray children with autism as something to fear. One of their videos is a commercial called “I Am Autism” which you can find on YouTube. It shows like a horror movie including lines like “I know where you live” and “If you’re happily married, I will make sure that your marriage fails” and “You are scared, and you should be”. They also made a movie called “Autism Every day” where mothers talk about how difficult their lives are because of their children with autism with their children in the room. Including a mother who says that she contemplated driving off a bridge with her child with autism, but only didn’t because she also had a neurotypical child, Seriously, She says it.  Also Autism Speaks has the ultimate goal of ending autism, by any means necessary. The majority of their funding goes towards autism “research”. Not research for improving therapies and equipment that helps individuals with autism, but research for a “cure” for autism (it’s the flare virus all over again, sorry if you don’t get the reference). They are also trying to find a prenatal test for autism, similar to the one that they have for Down Syndrome, so that mothers will no longer have autistic babies. Another thing about Autism Speaks is that no-one, NO-ONE on the board of Autism Speaks even has autism. Autism Speaks is one of few disability charities that refuses to include individuals with disabilities on their board or in leadership positions. They are trying to make decisions regarding the future of autism without consulting any individuals with autism. In fact, after being criticized so heavily for this, Autism Speaks added John Elder Robinson, an author and autism advocate who has autism, to the board. He later resigned because the organization had no respect for individuals with autism and he could no longer align himself with their beliefs. You can read more about that here.(https://www.disabilityscoop.com/2013/11/14/noted-cuts-ties-autism-speaks/18893/) For those who say that it’s simply that there aren’t autistic people interested and qualified, the Autistic Self Advocacy Network’s board includes several autistic self-advocates. Plus, Autism Speaks doesn’t even help autistic people that much, only 3.84% ( about $4,631,690)of their huge budget goes towards actually helping individuals with autism and their families with their family grants. Autism Speaks is arguably the largest autism organization in the country, and yet they really aren’t focusing at all on helping families who actually experience autism.  For a comparison, 43.91%( about $52,935,472) of their budget is spent on fundraising efforts. I simply can’t support an organization that pays their CEO such an obnoxious amount while they ignore the real needs of the families the organization claims to support.         It seems that the Autism Speaks changed positions with my point of vaccines, time to finally get to that. The MMR vaccine controversy started with the 1998 publication of a fraudulent research paper in The Lancet linking the combined measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine to colitis and autism spectrum disorders. The claims in the paper were widely reported, leading to a sharp drop in vaccination rates in the UK and Ireland and increases in the incidence of measles and mumps, resulting in deaths and serious permanent injuries. Following the initial claims in 1998, multiple large epidemiological studies were undertaken. Reviews of the evidence by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Institute of Medicine of the US National Academy of Sciences, the UK National Health Service, and the Cochrane Library all found no link between the MMR vaccine and autism. An investigation by journalist Brian Deer found that Andrew Wakefield, the author of the original research paper linking the vaccine to autism, had multiple undeclared conflicts of interest, had manipulated evidence, and had broken other ethical codes. The Lancet paper was partially retracted in 2004, and fully retracted in 2010, when Lancet’s editor-in-chief Richard Horton described it as “utterly false” and said that the journal had been “deceived”. Wakefield was found guilty by the General Medical Council of serious professional misconduct in May 2010 and was struck off the Medical Register, meaning he could no longer practice as a doctor in the UK. In 2011, Deer provided further information on Wakefield’s improper research practices to the British Medical Journal, which in a signed editorial described the original paper as fraudulent. The scientific consensus is the MMR vaccine has no link to the development of autism, and that this vaccine’s benefits greatly outweigh its risks. Wakefield’s paper was described as “perhaps, the most damaging medical hoax of the last 100 years”. Physicians, medical journals, and editors have described Wakefield’s actions as fraudulent and tied them to epidemics and deaths, and was all over but this is just the eye of the storm. Then when Trump was starting his campaign he said in September 2015. “We had so many instances, people that work for me, just the other day, 2 years old, a beautiful child, went to have the vaccine and came back and a week later got a tremendous fever, got very, very sick. Now is autistic.” These words brought back this controversy, and was a huge part of his campaign plan. Hours of controversy followed before the transition issued a statement saying nothing was official just yet — the president-elect was just considering a “committee on autism.” It did not explain why the president would have been discussing autism with a figure known for pressing the discredited theory that the condition is caused by vaccinations,  and even before his campaign he was against  vaccinations as he said, as I put on the 1st page before… “I am being proven right about massive vaccinations—the doctors lied. Save our children & their future.”— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 3, 2014 find this at https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/507158574670573568     Now on to my 2nd… wait, Now 3rd topic (got a little absorbed into my vendetta against Autism Speaks) people avoiding milk to not “get” autism (one thing, anything that says there’s proof linking autism and cows milk is complete Bull****, sorry for my language but it’s true. Autism’s congenital meaning carried from birth you can’t get it anyway else. When someone “gets” autism their just getting diagnosed, not getting it from anything or anyone) In order to grow and stay well, your body needs protein, carbohydrates, fats and a wide variety of vitamins and minerals. Milk is an excellent source of protein, calcium and Vitamin D. Although you can get plenty of protein from other foods, it’s hard to get all the calcium and Vitamin D you need without drinking milk. (Cheese and yogurt have plenty of calcium, but they typically do not contain Vitamin D.) At this point, you might be asking yourself: What’s the big deal about calcium? Most people know calcium is essential for strong bones. What people don’t know, however, is that calcium is used in every cell of your body. If someone invented a gun that sucked the calcium out of your body and shot you with it, you would die instantly. So since lots of earthlings do not drink milk, why don’t people keel over every day from a lack of calcium? Well, it turns out that the body is often smarter than we are. Remember what I said at the start of this paper, if you don’t here we go “snap” ( deploy flashback effectWhen you were a baby, you drank gallons and gallons of breastmilk or formula. Most of the calcium you ingested ended up making your bones very strong. The body is constantly replacing old calcium in bones with new calcium. So if you don’t have enough calcium in your diet, your cells won’t immediately suffer, because the body uses the calcium that’s been stored in your bones. But if you don’t replace old calcium with new calcium, your bones will become weaker over time. The same thing would happen with a bank account. Let’s say you have $500 in a savings account. If you keep taking money out and never put any back, your account eventually will be empty. A similar thing can happen with the calcium stored in your body. Your bones won’t turn to dust, but they can get weaker; and weaker bones are more likely to break if a person gets injured.disperse flashback effect)So consider drinking milk three times a day. If you’re allergic to cow’s milk, try “milk” made from soy, rice or almonds. Milk of any type is not responsible for the development of autism. Oh and also thank P.E.T.A (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) for starting this idiotic controversy.now I have to make this short because this research page can only be four to seven pages and I…. Whoops, um, now for the rap-up. So far we’ve seen (figuratively) the highly wrong Autism Speaks “Charity” corporation, a rich fat-cat (whose now our president) who brought back up the deadly MMR vaccine controversy, and an animal rights activist group going cuckoo for something we’ve done since 5000-4000 B.C.E., and accusing that it causes a Congenital Disorder. For those who still believe in these accusations, so please show me YOUR PROOF, because mine is all right here in this research page.SitesHave all the urls i’ve checked em twice, now let’s go to town.  http://discovermagazine.com/2017/jul-aug/autism-spectrum-disorderhttps://www.helpguide.org/articles/autism-learning-disabilities/helping-your-child-with-autism-thrive.htmhttps://www.helpguide.org/harvard/autism-behavior-problems.htmhttp://www.autismspectrumexplained.com/common-myths.htmlhttp://blogs.discovermagazine.com/crux/2012/07/11/is-autism-an-epidemic-or-are-we-just-noticing-more-people-who-have-it/#.WiVkhNWnHrfhttps://www.wired.com/2012/02/dissing-the-disabled-without-data-a-biologist-mom-punches-back/https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/autism-spectrum-disorders-asd/index.shtmlhttps://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2017/01/10/donald-trump-is-rekindling-one-of-his-favorite-conspiracy-theories-vaccine-safety/?utm_term=.1926c36e1838https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2008/01/02/milk-linked-to-autism.aspxhttps://www.disabilityscoop.com/2013/11/14/noted-cuts-ties-autism-speaks/18893/P.S. other sites may be scattered around this paper and some I can’t remember, also since a lot of people may have done this topic before my paper may look similar to others, if so sorry, I typed this in my own words and thus so should not be classified as plagiarism. (estimated. about 888,000 results for the vaccine controversy, about 2,690,000 results for milk and autism, and about 984,000 for the controversy against Autism Speaks)