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Vaccini ed Autismo = Bibliografie che comprovano il
Altra Bibliografia,157 studi scientifici, che confermano il
nesso Vaccini= Autismo !
Sentenza 2012 - Trib. Rimini su
Commento NdR: sulla sentenza di Rimini: vaccini =
fatto il Giudice del Tribunale di Rimini (Italia) a
sentenziare in quel modo, perche' egli non si e'
lasciato influenzare dalle FALSITA' del
Ministero della "salute" (che e'
stato da noi
informato sui Danni dei vaccini dal 1996 e
se ne sta zitto.....assieme a
tutti gli altri "enti"....) fino agli ordini
dei medici......tutti al servizio di
Big Pharma !
- vedi lo studio del dott.:
In CINA dopo le campagne vaccinali esplode
l'Autismo ! - Maggio 2016
VERISSIMO, ma non solo l'autismo....ma una
innumerevole sequela di altre
e non solo dai Vaccini:
USA, Giugno 2013 - AUTISMO = 1 bambino
autistico su 26, non come era nel 2010, 1
su 80 ....
molta importanza hanno anche i cibi assunti non
adatti al gruppo sanguigno del soggetto.
I Tribunali anche USA, confermano tranquillamente che il
MMR causa l'autismo. Austin (USA) - 27 Luglio 2013
Dopo decenni di appassionato dibattito, per i genitori che
probabilmente hanno perso i ripetuti ricorsi richiesti dalle
aziende farmaceutiche e governi, che i vaccini infatti causano
Per i genitori interessati alla ricerca della verità, vale la
pena ricordare che le stesse persone che possiedono le aziende
farmaceutiche di tutto il mondo possono anche possedere agenzie
di stampa americane.
La Ricerca di informazioni prive di propaganda è stata fino ad
ora molto difficile.
Ma Whiteout Press non è qui per sostenere o contrastare i
vaccini. Siamo qui per portare i lettori la notizia che è il
tema e’ in black-out, cover-up e censurato dalle autorita’Sanitarie
conferma che i Vaccini possono produrre l'
La prova della FRODE del
per le cause dei
- CONFESSIONE di un alto dirigente
CDC, davanti al Congresso US
Gli esperti di
CDC, hanno spesso
Conflitti di interesse - 1
CDC e Conflitti
di interesse - 2
CDC e Conflitti
di interesse - 3
anche per i vaccini +
anche per la FDA
Davvero inquietante !
Questo medico il Dott.
Andrew Moulden è MORTO (probabilmente
assassinato) in modo inspiegabile nel
novembre 2013 al età di 49, subito dopo
aver pubblicato Le SUE RICERCHE che
DIMOSTRANO il DANNO CAUSATO dai VACCINI,
RICONOSCIBILI SOLO da un SEMPLICE ESAME
Parlamentari pagati dalle Lobbies ? -
Roma Ott. 2013
L'intervista a un assistente di un Senatore
che svelerebbe i traffici illeciti tra
CONFESSA la FRODE e le FALSIFICAZIONI sugli
studi della correlazione VACCINO=AUTISMO
QUI, tutti gli studi, ricerche, interviste, citate nel
documentario sull'autismo dai Vaccini Vaxxed
overt symptoms of ASD and mercury poisoning, described in the literature
and presented here, are strikingly similar. Summary tables have been
provided after each section to aid in symptom comparisons.
Since its initial description in 1943 by Leo Kanner, a psychiatrist,
autism has been defined primarily as a psychiatric condition.
the three requirements for diagnosis is a severe deficit in social
interactions (APA, 1994). Self and parental reports describe children and
adults who prefer to be alone and who will withdraw to their rooms if
given the chance (MAAP, 1996-1999). Even high functioning autistics
tend to be aloof, have poor social skills, are unable to make friends, and
find conversationdifficult (Tonge et al, 1999; Capps et al, 1998).
Face recognition and what psychologists call "theory of mind"
are impaired (Klin et al, 1999, Baron-Cohen et al, 1993). Poor eye
contact or gaze avoidance is present in most cases, especially in
infancyand childhood (Bernabei et al, 1998).
The second psychobehavioral diagnostic characteristic of autism is the
presence of repetitive, stereotyped activities and the need for sameness
Traits in this domain strongly resemble
obsessive-compulsive tendencies in both thought and behavior (Lewis, 1996;
Gillberg & Coleman, 1992, p.27), especially as the individual becomes
more high functioning (Roux et al, 1998): "it [is] very
difficult…to distinguish between obsessive ideation and the bizarre
preoccupations so commonly seen in autistic individuals" (Howlin,
2000). Serotonin uptake inhibitors known to be effective for OCD
also reduce repetitive behaviors in some autistic patients (Lewis, 1996).
Most autistic subjects - 84% in one study - show high levels of anxiety
and meet diagnostic criteria for anxiety disorder (Muris et al, 1998).
ASD has been linked to depression, based on symptoms, familial history of
depression and the positive response to SSRIs among many autistics (Clarke
et al, 1999; DeLong, 1999; Piven and Palmer, 1999). One subset of
autistics has been described as“passive”, with flat affect, “absence
of facial expression,” lack of initiative, and diminished outward
emotional reactions. Some autistics have a strong family history of
manic depression and mood swings, and, among those who are verbal,
psychotic talk is frequently observed (Plioplys, 1989). Autism is also
said to strongly resemble childhood schizophrenia. In the past it
was often misdiagnosed as such (Gillberg & Coleman, 1992, p.100), and
there are a number of instances of dual ASD-schizophrenia diagnoses in the
literature (Clarke et al, 1999). Furthermore, irrational fears, aggressive
behaviors, and severe temper tantrums are common (Muris et al, 1998;
McDougle et al, 1994), as are chronic hyperarousal and irritability
(Jaselskis et al, 1992). “Inexplicable changes of mood can occur,
with giggling and laughing or crying for no apparent reason” (Wing &
Mercury poisoning, when undetected, is often initially diagnosed as a
psychiatric disorder in both children and adults (Fagala and Wigg, 1992).
Common psychiatric symptoms are (a) depression, including “lack of
interest” and “mental confusion;” (b) "extreme shyness,"
indifference to others, active avoidance of others or “a desire to be
alone”; (c) irritability in adults and tantrums in children; and (d)
anxiety and fearfulness. Neurosis, including schizoid and
obsessive-compulsive traits, has been reported in a number of cases
(Fagala and Wigg, 1992; Kark et al, 1971; O’Carroll et al, 1995;
Florentine and Sanfilippo, 1991; Amin-Zaki, 1974 and 1979; Matheson et al,
1980; Joselow et al, 1972; Smith, 1972; Lowell, 1996; Tuthill, 1899;
Clarkson, 1997; Camerino et al, 1981; Grandjean et al, 1997; Piikivi et
al, 1984; Rice, 1996; Vroom & Greer, 1972; Adams et al, 1973; Hua et
Juvenile monkeys prenatally exposed to mercury exhibit decreased social
play and increased passive behavior (Gunderson et al, 1986, 1988), as well
as impaired face recognition (Rice,1996). Humans exposed to mercury
vapor also perform poorly on face recognition tests and may present with a
“mask face” (Vroom & Greer, 1972); emotional instability can occur
in children and adults exposed to Hg. For instance, Iraqi children
poisoned by methylmercury had a tendency “to cry, laugh, or smile
without obvious provocation” (Amin-Zaki et al, 1974 & 1979), like
the autistic group described by Wing and Attwood (1987).
II: Summary of Psychiatric Disturbances
Found in Autism &
shyness, social withdrawal, feeling overly sensitive, introversion
deficits, social withdrawal, self reports of extreme shyness,
swings; flat affect; mask face; laughing or crying without
provocation; episodes of hysteria
swings; flat affect in some; no facial expression; laughing or
crying without reason
nervousness; tremulousness; somatization of anxious feelings
nervousness; anxiety disorder
tendencies, neurosis, obsessive-compulsive traits, repetitive dreams
traits; OCD traits; repetitive behaviors and thoughts
of eye contact; being less talkative; hesitancy to engage others
of eye contact, gaze avoidance; avoids conversation
lack of interest in life, lassitude, fatigue, apathy; feelings of
with depression; lack of initiative, diminished outward emotions
the one hand, less overtly active, unwilling to go outside or be
with others; on the other hand, increased restlessness
to withdraw, especially to own rooms, prefer to be alone;
anger, and aggression; in children this may manifest as frequent and
severe temper tantrums
and aggression; severe temper tantrums in children
episodes; hallucinations, hearing voices; paranoid thoughts
talk, paranoid thoughts
traditionally autism has been characterized and studied by
researchers primarily in psychiatric terms, providing case studies
illustrating the psychiatric aspects of ASD and of mercurialism are
necessary in establishing the similarities of the two disorders on
this critical domain. Also included is a comparison of
"Lenny," an autistic adult described by Rhea Paul (1987),
and the Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland, considered to be
an accurate portrayal of victims of the disease. Of particular
relevance in all these cases are social withdrawal and deficits in
social communication, traits (i) always prominent in autism and (ii)
clearly associated with mercurialism
“I am 18 years old. My
parents found out I was autistic when I was 18 months old. My
parents said I banged my head a lot when I got frustrated when I was
young. Head banging motions help me deal with nervousness. I
also take 2 medications to help me cope with stress. I have very few
friends. It is also somewhat painful for me to look people in the
eye. This sometimes makes people think I am not paying attention”
(The MAAP, Vol. II, 1997).
“I have a high-functioning autistic eight-year-old boy. My mistake
was putting him in the second grade with a teacher who was determined to
After three months, the anxiety proved to be
too great for him. He spent a lot of time crying, withdrawing to his
room, becoming compulsive and belligerent. In another era, he would
have been seen as having a ‘nervous breakdown’” (The MAAP, Vol. II,
“I am writing regarding our 25 year old son who was diagnosed only a few
months ago as having Asperger’s Syndrome.
All his life he
displayed the ‘classic’ symptoms of Asperger’s (lack of social
skills, disorganization, anxiety, etc.). A few months ago, he became
clinically depressed, phobic about being around people for fear of more
rejection or being laughed at. He now has obsessive thoughts that
our home is electronically‘bugged’ and all his actions are being
observed and belittled” (The MAAP, Vol. II, 1997).
“Several people have asked me what it’s like to have Asperger’s
Syndrome. Today, I still prefer to work on my computer or with
electronics rather than socialize.
I’ve never been able to
tolerate any kind of physical contact or intimacy. I like wrestling
and rough-housing, but I hate being caressed or held.” (The MAAP, Vol.
“My son Brian is a 6-year-old with high functioning autism. Our
main problem now is his rigidity and obsessive/compulsive behaviors.
He gets extremely upset when activities don’t go as he thinks they
should. He first gets mad, screaming and yelling, then begins to
obsessively talk about how he can remedy the situation, then often begins
to cry uncontrollably. These tantrums can go on for hours” (The
MAAP, Vol. IV, 1996).
“[I’m] age 12½. I have Autism/PDD. I don’t really know
any real social skills, though my brother Isaiah says I am a social
I do have trouble making new friends because I get real shy
and nervous” (The MAAP, Vol. IV, 1997).
“I am the mother of three autistic boys. Nate was considered very
shy. Poor eye contact but very smart and doing well in school.
Nate was also diagnosed with Hypotonia of the face (which answered all the
mumbling he did wasn’t just shyness) and extremities” (The MAAP, Vol.
“I spent many hours sitting in the trees or under the bed or in a dark
closet. I had a loud flat voice. Socialization has always been
beyond me” (The MAAP, Vol. II, 1998).
“I sit in my room a prisoner to my autism. Mom and sis doing their
loving best to get me out. I wanted to get out – really get out.
I wanted to love, to feel, to connect. But, I couldn’t. I
was stuck. I was slowly dying. There were days I truly wanted
to end it all. If any days were good, I didn’t deserve it. I
shouldn’t be happy. Autism teaches you that – because it’s a
life sentence” (The MAAP, Vol. VI, 1996).
Studies: Mercury Poisoning
A 12 year old girl with recent
mercury vapor poisoning was initially diagnosed as having a psychiatric
disturbance. Her behavior was more normal when she was unaware of
being watched. She became upset when people were around, was
reluctant to speak when others were present, spoke in a soft, mumbling
voice, lacked eye contact, had a flat affect, was sometimes tearful,
experienced auditory hallucinations of voices laughing at her, wished to
stay alone in her room with the lights off and her head covered, and had
frequent temper tantrums (Fagala and Wigg, 1992).
Sufferers of Mad Hatter’s disease, arising from prolonged mercury vapor
exposure, were known to suffer from depression, lassitude, acute anxiety,
and irrational fears. They also became nervous, timid, and shy.
They blushed readily, were embarrassed in social situations, objected to
being watched, and sought to avoid people.
They felt a constant
impulse to return home. They were easily upset, and were prone to
agitation, irritability, anger, and aggressive behavior (O’Carroll et
A survey on an Internet site of adult acrodynia victims, which compared
the symptoms of adults who suffered from acrodynia as children with
controls, reported the following symptoms as seen to a greater degree in
acrodynia sufferers than in controls: dislikes being touched or
hugged, is a loner, lacks self confidence, feels nervousness and has a
racing heart, has depression and suicidal feelings (Farnesworth, 1997).
One acrodynia victim described his own situation: “not having
learnt normal social skills I spent a lot of my time alone…Gradually by
age 11 or so, I was becoming ‘normal’…But, I have never overcome the
headache problem, irritability, shyness with real people, not wanting to
be touched, depression, fear of doctors, great anxiety…” (Neville's
Recollection, Pink Disease site)
A doctor from the 19th century described several cases of mercury
poisoning from dental amalgams: “There is mental excitability as
well as mental depression; perplexing events cause the highest degree of
excitement, ordinary conversation sometimes causes complete confusion,
headache, palpitation, intense solicitude, and anxiety, without reason for
it. Such are some of the symptoms attending these cases.” As
an example he cites the case of a young woman who “had come to be
melancholic and to withdraw herself from her family and friends, seeking
the seclusion of her room -- refusing to go out or to associate with
others, or even with the members of her own household.” (Tuthill,
Nearly a century later, initial questioning of a 28 year old woman,
subsequently found to have mercury vapor poisoning, “elicited the fact
that she had become increasingly withdrawn from social activities and had
felt most uncomfortable when with strangers.
She also felt that her
friends had turned against her. She had a repetitive disturbing
dream of electric fire around the frames of the windows in her bedroom.”
(Ross et al, 1977)
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