Letting the Science Speak Against Mercury in Vaccines

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Editor’s Note: Below is my review of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s book “Thimerosal: Let the Science Speak” for The Epoch Times.

By Jake Crosby

Review: ‘Thimerosal: Let the Science Speak,’ Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (Skyhorse Press)

The vaccine preservative and title subject of the book “Thimerosal: Let the Science Speak” may not be as well-known as the book’s editor, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., an environmental lawyer and son of the late attorney general Robert F. Kennedy. Yet the public’s lack of knowledge about thimerosal is perhaps all the more reason why this book is so important, especially since the paperback edition (to be released Sept. 1) now contains 17 previously-written chapters that were excluded from the hardcover edition for being “too combustible,” according to Kennedy.

Roughly 50 percent mercury by weight, thimerosal is labeled “very toxic.” Mercury is the most toxic non-radioactive element on earth and second overall. One would think those facts would be enough to end its use in any medicine once and for all, but if that were the case this book would never have been written. Despite the toxicity of mercury, it remains present in many routine vaccinations in the form of thimerosal, and its ongoing use remains staunchly defended by the vaccine industry.

The book’s subtitle, “The Evidence Supporting the Immediate Removal of Mercury—a Known Neurotoxin—from Vaccines,” makes clear this book is more than just a case for why thimerosal is dangerous. Kennedy makes a compelling argument for vaccines to no longer contain thimerosal, from its toxicity, to its lack of necessity, to its association with neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism, and finally to the neglectful and even fraudulent attempts to hide that association by government agencies and media outlets.

As a result of mercury’s ongoing use in vaccines, “we are gambling with population health through the same intervention that we use to protect it,” as Harvard neurologist Dr. Martha Herbert concisely stated in the book’s introduction.

Some chapters such as the one on the biological basis for thimerosal causing autism contain scientific terms that may be difficult to follow without knowledge of college-level biology. Such is the challenge of making a case for causality of a behavioral disorder at the cellular level. Yet this is a challenge the book takes on commendably.

There is a new chapter on Dr. William Thompson, the senior scientist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) who blew the whistle on his colleagues for hiding evidence of vaccines causing autism. There’s also a new forward by Congressman Bill Posey who recently read an explosive statement by Thompson to Congress.

The paperback edition of “Thimerosal: Let the Science Speak” has some of the same weaknesses as its hardcover predecessor. It is simply counter-intuitive to write a book outlining the proof for thimerosal’s role in causing autism only to cast doubt on that proof, as is done in the book’s preface by Dr. Mark Hyman. Kennedy and the other contributors to the book also still fall for the age-old trap of trying to prove they are not “anti-vaccine,” a burden no critic of the vaccine program should face or bother satisfying.

Overall, however, the book delivers well on its promise by making the case against the use of thimerosal in commonly administered, routine vaccinations by letting the science on the subject “speak” so to speak. That is something federal health agencies, media outlets and a myriad of special interests behind thimerosal’s continued use do not allow. For that reason, readers now have a unique opportunity to let the science supporting thimerosal’s immediate removal from vaccines speak to them by giving “Thimerosal: Let the Science Speak” a well-deserved read.

Jake Crosby is editor of the website Autism Investigated. Crosby has a masters in Public Health in epedemiology and is now pursuing a Ph.D. in epidemiology.

Views expressed in this article are the opinions of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of Epoch Times.

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141 Thoughts on “Letting the Science Speak Against Mercury in Vaccines

  1. I am also quite sick and tired of these breast-beating “I am not anti-vaccine” disclaimers. I am anti-vaccine as long as vaccines keep crippling children.

  2. “Roughly 50 percent mercury by weight, thimerosal is labeled “very toxic.” Mercury is the most toxic non-radioactive element on earth and second overall.”

    C’mon Jake, don’t appeal to emotion with these old scare tactics. The dose makes the toxin, not the substance. Thimerosal != mercury. At what dose has thimerosal been found to be toxic?

    Anyways I thought we were past thimerosal since it’s all but been removed entirely from most vaccinations, including all vaccinations found in a typical childhood vaccination schedule. Weren’t you guys looking at the aluminum adjuvant now?

    • It’s not scare tactics, it’s chemistry and toxicology. According to the late Dr. Frank Engley who was among the first scientists to seriously study thimerosal, it is toxic at parts per billion. The amount in vaccines far exceeds that.

      “…from most vaccinations…” -not all, which is why this book has been written. But you’re right, it’s not the only safety issue with vaccines.

      • Hans Litten on September 1, 2015 at 4:21 pm said:

        Ben – toxic at nano grams , and its been known since 1948 .
        It blew Dr Frank Engleys socks off . He expected a stir when he published but it didn’t happen .
        But somebody noticed alright (and stayed quiet) & made sure to go GLOBAL with it .

        Themiserol is bad enough but the whole ingredient list is a poisoners cookbook .
        And its still in the vaccines Ben . Mercury free vaccines are testing positive for mercury .

      • The only paper I can find that Dr Frank Engley was co-author on was the one where mercurial compounds were examined for antiseptic effectiveness, which dates back to 1950. I can’t find the full text of the original study, but I question Dr. Engley’s assessment of toxicity as 1 ppb, especially in a study on antiseptics. I’ll try to find it in an archive later. Are there any studies that corroborate his finding?

          • I would really rather read studies that corroborate Dr. Engley’s claim of toxicity of thimerosal at 1 ppb. But perhaps I can stop by the bookstore later and see if I can find such studies contained therein.

            • I think if you’re going to start a debate about thimerosal on this thread, reading the book first is a must.

              • I will give the book an honest try.
                I will point out beforehand that, based on RFK Jr.’s forward posted on his website:
                his claim “Thimerosal is 50% ethylmercury, which is far more toxic and persistent in the brain than the highly regulated methylmercury in fish,” in the seventh paragraph, based on the citation he used is not only incorrect but also misrepresentative of the findings of the study (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1280342/).

                My journey into this book does not bode well. But I will still give it a try.

                • “The average brain-to-blood partitioning ratio of total Hg in the thimerosal group was slightly higher than that in the MeHg group (3.5 ± 0.5 vs. 2.5 ± 0.3, t-test, p = 0.11). Thus, the brain-to-blood Hg concentration ratio established for MeHg will underestimate the amount of Hg in the brain after exposure to thimerosal.”

                  “There was a much higher proportion of inorganic Hg in the brain of thimerosal monkeys than in the brains of MeHg monkeys (up to 71% vs. 10%).”

                  “The estimated half-life of organic Hg in the brain of these adult monkeys was consistent across various brain regions at approximately 37 days (similar to the brain half-life in the present infant monkeys). The estimated half-life of inorganic Hg in the brain in the same adult cohort varied greatly across some regions of the brain, from 227 days to 540 days.”

                  I guess it’s a matter of interpretation…

                  • There’s also these bits:

                    “Total Hg derived from im thimerosal is cleared from the infant M. fascicularis much more quickly than MeHg. The washout T1/2 of total blood Hg after im injections of thimerosal in vaccines is much shorter than the T1/2 of MeHg (6.9 vs. 19.1 days). These results support the earlier conclusion of Magos (2003) that Hg is cleared from the body faster after the administration of ethylmercury than after the administration of MeHg. More interestingly, the washout blood Hg T1/2 in the thimerosal-exposed infant macaques (7 days) is remarkably similar to the blood Hg T1/2 reported for human infants injected with thimerosal-containing vaccines reported by Pichichero et al. (2002).”

                    “Although the initial blood Hg concentration (at 2 days after the first dose) did not differ between the MeHg and thimerosal groups, the peak blood Hg concentration in the MeHg-exposed monkeys rose to a level nearly three times higher than in the thimerosal monkeys after the fourth dose. Furthermore, the blood clearance of total Hg is 5.4-fold higher after im thimerosal than after oral MeHg exposure. The results indicate that for an equivalent level of chronic exposure, the area under the curve of total blood Hg concentrations in human infants receiving repeated im injections of thimerosal-containing vaccines will be significantly lower than that in those exposed chronically to MeHg via the oral route.”

                    “A much lower brain concentration of total Hg was observed in the thimerosal monkeys compared with the MeHg monkeys, that is, a 3- to 4-fold difference for an equivalent exposure of Hg. Moreover, total Hg is cleared much more rapidly from the brain after thimerosal than after MeHg exposure (24 vs. 60 days).”

                    Your third quote is actually referring to methylmercury (MeHg), if you read the full paragraph.

                    Regarding the higher concentration of inorganic mercury in the brain, the authors also said:
                    “Previous reports have indicated that the dealkylation of Hg is a detoxification process that helps to protect the central nervous system (Magos 2003; Magos et al. 1985). These reports are largely based on histology and histochemistry studies of adult rodents exposed to Hg for a short period of time. The results of these studies indicated that damage to the cerebellum was observed only in MeHg-treated animals that had much lower levels of inorganic Hg in the brain than animals comparably treated with ethylmercury.”
                    This suggests that inorganic mercury might not be as toxic as its alkylated counterparts, so the presence of more inorganic mercury in brain tissue in thimerosal-treated macaques vs. methylmercury-treated macaques might be a comparatively good thing.

                    The authors did conclude that more research is needed into the effects of ethylmercury and thimerosal, especially in newborns and infants. The point is RFK Jr. got it completely backwards, because the study showed the opposite of what he was saying.

  3. Hans Litten on September 2, 2015 at 6:56 am said:

    You can hear him say it in his own words Ben . Go to You Tube I’m sure its there .
    But I guess the anti-vaccine movement has the capability to fake these recordings nowadays .
    I know I faked the Maurice Hilleman recording for instance .
    & I hacked the CDC website which admitted 98M americans were infected with the carcinogen SV40 via the polio vaccine .
    Also personally I faked the before and after photo’s of the Gardasil Carnage to young girls .
    & I’m lying about what Vaccines did to my child to try and compensate for my own genetic failings .

  4. Hans Litten on September 2, 2015 at 7:12 am said:

    Why don’t you just SAY it out loud Ben (& Fiona O’Leary) .
    Autism is genetic , its always been with us , those with AUTISTIC children are defective families with defective genes . I BET “you people” WILL NOT say that .
    That is ONE front you do NOT want to OPEN .

    But that is the “story-lie” that you are peddling .
    In fact the truth is rather simpler , AUTISM is a state sponsored poisoning of babies (IG Farben style) via the Zyklon-Vaccine program . Hg-enocide (there aint no Autism in the Royal Family).

    • Are you denying that there’s any genetic component to autism whatsoever? In the face of the fact that if that were the case every child who has received a vaccine would qualify as autistic, yet that’s not even close to the kind of numbers we are actually seeing? Because if so, you have a hell of an uphill battle my friend.

      • Eddie Unwind on September 5, 2015 at 10:23 pm said:

        Ben, this type of logic is moral quicksand. Apart from the fact that any potential genetic component – pretty much the equivalent of ‘dark matter’ given its indeterminacy – involved in autism should not for a moment forestall further investigation into more tangible, quantifiable components, theres something more sinister to consider.

        From a previous exchange I know how much you value adopting an unhindered, supposedly scientific objectivity to things (and why not?). However you have to be careful about assuming that such objectivity equates with any moral high-ground. Perhaps I’m being presumptuous assuming as much, but when you exclaim things like “hell of an uphill battle my friend”, it kind of has a moralizing ‘ring’ to it.

        The most disturbing undercurrent propelling almost every pro-vaccine argument is the notion that a clear head equals a clear conscience. Gorski provides a continuous example of this, such as on the following theme – ‘Sorry he’s dead, and to all his friends and relatives, I understand their sadness, but when it comes to science my principles are unyielding’ – which is why I consider him a eugenecist at heart, even if he isn’t practicing. Psychopaths, as is well-known, tend to have a particularly clear head and conscience, enabling them to act out and say things a more conscionable person would feel horrified at doing. For me, a eugenecist is simply a psychotic practicing medicine.

        I don’t think for as moment that you are psychotic, Ben! But the scientific model is absolutely notorious as a social mechanism, and the position reiterated endlessly by the likes of Gorski usually makes me pause for thought.

        In any event I’m sure you recognize that a parent of an autistic child need hardly be incapable of considering a genetic-based hypothesis…

        • Eddie Unwind on September 6, 2015 at 6:20 am said:

          PS –
          clear head = clear conscience, meaning
          no (personal) attachment = automatic moral justification.

          • Eddie Unwind on September 6, 2015 at 6:54 pm said:

            PPS –

            Apologies here Jake, but for the sticklers…

            “For me, a eugenecist is simply a psychotic practicing medicine”, and
            “The scientific model is absolutely notorious as a social mechanism”.

            – The 1946 Nobel prize-winner and 1963 HUMANIST of the year Hermann Muller, hopeful about the prospect of a new eugenics movement, claimed that ‘a more sophisticated eugenics would place it upon a firmer scientific foundation’. In turn, nowadays any genuine eugenicist hoping to adopt Muller’s purposeful ideology would need to enter into medicine and/or chemistry in order to lend scientific weight to their ideals.

            – The term ‘psychopathic’ might be more appropriate than ‘psychotic’, however unbridled fascism – the natural counterpart to eugenics ideology – has something akin to a sustained psychotic episode when enacted upon a mass scale.

            The ‘progressive’ sociologist and eugenicist Edward A. Ross popularized the term “social control”, describing the various ways society “can mold the individual to the necessity of the group”. The concept of Herd Immunity would no doubt have impressed him.

            I don’t believe there’s any eugenics conspiracy as such. That would be an over-simplification. People harboring such tendencies might remain completely unaware of them in sociopolitical circumstances unsupportive of such views; the conditions would not yet exist to bring them out. But give them the power to influence systemic change and such sentiments can surface rapidly.

        • If you are open to a genetics-based hypothesis, then that’s great. It’s a really promising avenue of research.

          • Eddie Unwind on September 15, 2015 at 11:28 pm said:

            Promising in certain ways, no doubt, as Phillip Ball (for one) argues in his book ‘Unnatural’. But you cannot overlook the fact that the founding father of the HGP was the undeniably brilliant yet most emphatic of eugenicists, Sir Ronald Fisher. Despite this he is still the hero of many intellectuals such as Richard Dawkins; people tend to shove such associations to one side when it suits them, or, more sinister, when the time’s not right.

            Are you comfortable with such associations, Ben? Do you really believe, as the research continues, that such urges can be successfully resisted when the concept so attracted the likes of Fisher, Davenport, Maynard Keynes, Julian and Aldous Huxley, many of them otherwise decent people?

            • Well, from my perspective the usefulness of genetics and genomics is in the ability to have a handle on what susceptibiliies certain peoples or groups of peoples have to diseases and conditions. It is in the ability to determine whether or not an individual will respond to certain drug therapies over others. The broad goal of this is to improve health outcomes for humanity as a whole.

              There are valid scientific arguments against eugenics, so I’m not too worried.

              • Eddie Unwind on September 17, 2015 at 9:24 pm said:

                Science doesn’t necessarily come into it. According to the American Society of Human Genetics: ‘Eugenics can be divided into negative eugenics, which is a systematic effort to minimize the transmission of genes that are considered deleterious, and positive eugenics, which is a systematic effort to maximize the transmission of genes that are considered desirable.’

                Do you see how problems might arise given this type of ‘distinction’?

                • Do I see how problems might arise? Yes.
                  Do I think these problems will ever rise to a level of significance? No.

                  So let’s move forward with genomics. It’s already helping people and stands to help a great many more people on a broader scope of health issues.

                  • Eddie Unwind on September 18, 2015 at 10:02 pm said:

                    Ok –

                    ‘Truck’s coming!’

                    ‘Just look the other way.’

                    All I can say is that in this instance I sincerely hope that you are proved right.

                    • Since your argument has been reduced to clever rhetoric, I guess this discussion is over.

                      Time will tell on whether eugenics becomes a problem again, and we will certainly see what happens.

      • Are you denying that there’s any genetic component to autism whatsoever?

        I have yet to meet a parent of an autistic child, who has autism themselves.

        So unless you’re an idiot, that fact alone should be enough to tell you that the cause of autism has nothing to do with genetics.

        • Eddie Unwind on September 12, 2015 at 10:54 am said:

          Here – and in many instances – the genetic argument is as vacuous as it is dangerously misleading…


          • The genetics argument goes beyond stupid, it’s contrived nonsense.

            Just like every other “anything but vaccines” cause that the trolls are being paid to roll out.

            • Eddie Unwind on September 12, 2015 at 9:23 pm said:

              No doubt, but as one of the many articles of the link I provided points out it’s proving to be a terribly difficult argument to oppose because of its quasi-delirious offerings. To paraphrase…

              ‘To understand the significance a repudiation of inherited DNA as a disease explanation has, it is first necessary to understand the role genetic determinism plays in consolidating the social order.

              ‘Politicians like genetic determinism as a theory of disease because it substantially reduces their responsibility for people’s ill-health. By shifting blame towards individuals and their genetic ‘predispositions’ it greatly dilutes the pressure they may feel to regulate, ban, or tax harmful products and contaminants, courses of action that typically offend their business constituents. For a politician, therefore, spending tax dollars on medical genetics is an easy and even popular decision.

              ‘Corporations like genetic determinism, again because it shifts blame…This same reasoning, that disease is the fault of the victim’s genes, also protects corporate defendants from after-the-fact liability…There is evidence, too, that genetic determinism influences decisions well before the full facts are known. At least sometimes, it can even encourage the vendor knowingly to place on the market products with harmful effects (Gundle et al. 2010).

              ‘Medical researchers are also partial to genetic determinism. They have noticed that whenever they focus on genetic causation, they can raise research dollars with relative ease. The last fifteen years, coinciding with the rise of medical genetics, have seen unprecedented sums of money directed at medical research…It is hard not to conclude that this funding disparity is strongly influenced by the fit of genetics to the needs of businesses and politicians. In the words of Homer Simpson, “It takes two to lie, Marge. One to lie and one to listen”.’

        • “I have yet to meet a parent of an autistic child, who has autism themselves.

          So unless you’re an idiot, that fact alone should be enough to tell you that the cause of autism has nothing to do with genetics.”

          If that’s your argument, then you probably don’t have any more than a cursory understanding of how genetics actually works, so I doubt this discussion will be going anywhere constructive. I will advise you to read a book on the subject or take a class and learn that there is so much more to the subject than the features you obtain directly from mom and dad.


          The papers in that link all seem to support the hypothesis that a combination of genetics and environment are what determine health outcomes in people. That is something no one is denying, not even mainstream medicine. It’s also worth mentioning that none of the studies linked have produced any data themselves that refute the usefulness of genetics and genomics to modern medicine; they are all simply literature reviews or books.

          • Eddie Unwind on September 15, 2015 at 11:40 pm said:

            Ben, I’m sorry but regarding the link what you suggested could not be more wrong, and at very least, misleading. As your point suggests that you’ve read all of the articles, you won’t need me to detail the following excerpt…

            ‘The question, therefore, of whether medical geneticists are acting reasonably in proposing some hitherto unexpected genetic hiding place, or are simply grasping at straws, is a hugely significant one. And there is more than one problem with the medical geneticists’ position. Firstly, as lack of agreement implies, they have been unable to hypothesise a genetic hiding place that is both plausible and large enough to conceal the necessary human genetic variation for disease. Furthermore, for most common diseases there exists plentiful evidence that environment, and not genes, can satisfactorily explain their existence. Finally, the oddity of denying the significance of results they have spent many billions of dollars generating can be explained by realising that a shortage of genes for disease means an impending oversupply of medical geneticists.’

            • The passage you just quoted actually serves to prove my point right: there is no actual data presented here, they are basically just sharing an opinion on the state of medical genetics.

              Are we going to encounter limitations to medical genetics? Most likely; I don’t think anyone saying it is the answer to everything. But the authors here seem to be the ones grasping at straws: we have more and more evidence evidence mounting that there are genetic components to certain diseases, so their implicit suggestion that we abandon research in this area is unjustified.

              • Eddie Unwind on September 17, 2015 at 9:08 pm said:

                Below is a link to just one example of an analysis of a 2008 data set (Fowler and Dawes, ‘Two Genes Predict Voter Turnout’) highlighting the inherent ambiguities intrinsic to what is generally taken to be a satisfactorily detailed genetic prediction analysis:


                If you are genuinely interested in such research summarizing the negatives of genetic prediction etc then you would note that such data sets (as are analyzed on the aforementioned site) are generally highlighted as a word link. Genuine interest means following through, Ben…

                • I am not at all interested in how genetics influences voter turnout, Eddie, so I can’t really be expected to follow through on that now can I?

                  The authors argue that genes are likely not able to accurately predict complex human behaviors. I agree. And I will reiterate that until evidence suggests significant potential, I have no interest in genetics or genomics being used to predict complex behaviors.

                  “Genopolitics,” as the authors refer to it, has nothing to do with what we are talking about here. We are talking about how genetics/genomics influences the fundamental bases for neurological and developmental illnesses.

                  • Eddie Unwind on September 18, 2015 at 10:32 pm said:

                    The issues are inextricably linked.

                    A predictive-based hypothesis is what potentially lends any argument on how genes influence human behaviour the greatest degree of weight. Such hypotheses surface as a matter of course, and by necessity. The deterministic element – even if it be pushed to the background – is absolutely intrinsic to the nature of all such arguments. The category of genetic/genomic influences in neurological and developmental illness may in no way be distinguished from this simple fact.

                    But thank-you for following through, Ben, and I’m glad you agree with the basic premise of the article.

                    • Can you not appreciate the difference between predicting what eye color an infant will have, to predicting what brand of cereal that infant will prefer when they are 13 years old? Hyperbolic, I know, but it’s merely to show that you’re taking some authors conclusions on using genetics to predict complex behaviors and saying it applies to much simpler and more straight-forward biological predictions. It’s fallacious logic.

                    • Eddie Unwind on September 20, 2015 at 11:04 pm said:

                      Whether predicting simple or complex behaviours, prediction – as you perhaps inadvertently noted yourself – is the constant. You might claim that my point over-dramatises certain isolated instances of related experiment. However the logic – the deterministic, predictive aspect, which by extension is common to all arguments concerning genetic behaviour – is absolutely self-evident.

  5. Eddie Unwind on September 3, 2015 at 7:07 am said:


    What you said about the age-old-trap of those adopting a vaccine-critical position makes good sense. I believe that Gorski was trying to say the same thing; trying very, very hard indeed…

    “If there’s one thing that is true of the antivaccine movement, it’s that its members are rarely willing to admit that they are, in fact, antivaccine. Sure, there are uncommon exceptions who say it loud that they are antivaccine and proud and through their refreshing honesty and lack of self-delusion cause no end of problems for the more “reasonable” and “moderate” antivaccine activists determined to convince the world that they are “not antivaccine” but “pro-safe vaccine,” “pro-vaccine safety,” or “vaccine safety activists.” The less deluded antivaccine activists are, after all, masters of cognitive dissonance. They know society views being antivaccine as bad and, because they don’t view themselves as bad people, convince themselves that they aren’t antivaccine. Add to that the need to appear not to be kooks, and they try very, very hard indeed to deny they are antivaccine.”

    ??!! “The less deluded antivaccine activists” – less deluded than…who, exactly? Those “uncommon exceptions” (“proudly” voicing their anti-vaccine position) who exhibit a “refreshing lack of self delusion”? Setting aside for a moment the appropriated degrees of ‘delusion’, who in the antivaccine movement – outside of those who voice that they are antivaccine and those who don’t, disguise it etc – is left over? Presumably those who don’t vaccinate and say nothing are the most deluded? Right. Those who remain quiet are beyond help.

    It is ironic, given that Gorski is attempting to illustrate an example of “cognitive dissonance”, that the aforementioned paragraph – a prelude, no less, to an article – makes no sense at all. Perhaps fittingly, Gorski is proving himself to be a consummate master of cognitive dissonance.

    • The overarching point, however, is that it is just yet another lie of the other side to paint someone with a position that that person might not actually have just as it is a lie to say there is no evidence vaccines cause harm such as autism after discarding that evidence in a garbage can.

      • Eddie Unwind on September 4, 2015 at 8:25 am said:

        Definitely. Nevertheless I find it a curious phenomenon that the notion of adopting a position somewhere in the middle – such as being pro-vaccine ‘in principal’, or ‘moderate’ – is increasingly regarded – from both sides – as being hypocritical, as though such a position is untenable.

        If this is so, how has this come to be? In my case, any previous inclination I had towards embracing any proposed vaccine mandate (a position I seriously considered for a time) was largely eroded due to the exceptionally shaky, deeply perverted logic associated with HI. That’s why I coin the whole thing ‘Immunotopia’, since it echoes the insidiousness of the underlying inhumanity of Thomas More’s Utopia.

        But notwithstanding my own account, I don’t see why one should automatically be deemed a hypocrite for claiming that they are in principle pro-vaccine but are dissatisfied with the current vaccine program. Why should this be a theoretical impossibility? Isn’t it possible, for instance, that Wakefield himself is quite sincere about being for a single measles vaccine, despite that his recent appearances might have things appear to the contrary?

  6. Hans Litten on September 3, 2015 at 2:59 pm said:

    Jake have you seen the HPV news\videos out of mexico ? shocking

  7. Blood clearances of of any forms of Hg are likely to be misleading, since any form that partitions to tissues and remains longer will show a higher blood clearance (it will not be in the blood to be measured). That is why Pichicero’s (a non toxicologist) findings on blood clearances of Hg are irrelevant

    • That’s true, but findings from the same study suggest Hg that does partition to tissues does not stay long as indicated by the high Hg concentration found in the infant stool samples.

  8. Hans Litten on September 8, 2015 at 6:49 am said:

    Ben – you are no friend of mine . We are sworn enemies , and this is war .
    Themiserol is a very poor preservative , so why is it still used ? Because its very good at other things.
    My view of Autism is its all about a tipping point of toxicity , so perhaps you could argue that different genetic make-ups have a different point at which that tipping point is reached (but that’s all you’ve got .)

    Ugandans in Germany are returning a rate of 1 in 6 .
    Somalians are returning a rate of 1 in 8 , (Sweden, London , Minneapolis)
    South Korea returned a rate of 1 in 38 in about 2010
    The Rate just keeps on going on up & up . A Pandemic whitewashed by the state.
    Stephanie Seneff (MIT) said it will be 1 in 2 by 2025 in the US (50% Ben)

    The FDA\CDC spend their time trying to disrupt the treatment and helping of Autistic children .
    Cure them , and the Vaccine_Hg-enocide project is laid bare .

  9. Hans Litten on September 9, 2015 at 10:26 pm said:


    Here are your filthy vaccines Ben (you seem compromised to me) .
    Perhaps accepting a little extra income elsewhere ?

  10. Media Scholar on September 18, 2015 at 6:27 am said:

    Are we still talking about this?

    “The aim of applied medical science is to solve pre-specified problems, and to provide scientific information ready for implementation immediately following publication. The primary evaluation process of applied science is peer review, not peer usage. Peer review is much more rapid (with a timescale of weeks or months) and cheaper than peer usage and (consequently) has a much wider application: peer review is a prospective validation while peer usage is retrospective. Since applied science consists of incremental advances on existing knowledge achieved using established techniques, its results can usually be reliably evaluated by peer review.

    However, despite its considerable convenience, peer review has significant limitations related to its reliance on opinion. One major limitation of peer review has proved to be its inability to deal with conflicts of interest, especially in a `big science’ context when prestigious scientists may have similar biases, and conflicts of interest are widely shared among peer reviewers. When applied medical science has been later checked against the slower but more valid processes of peer usage, it seems that reliance on peer review may allow damaging distortions to become `locked-in’ to clinical practice and health policy for considerable periods.”


  11. Hans Litten on September 22, 2015 at 10:48 am said:



    Somebody is trying to do smthg REAL for once

  12. Hans Litten on September 28, 2015 at 8:00 am said:

    The Letter to DHHS That Got Nick Gonzalez Killed…

    Dear Ms. Fish:

    I am a physician practicing in New York, a graduate of Brown, post-grad work at Columbia, medical school at Cornell, fellowship in cancer immunology under Robert A Good, MD, PhD, for years President of Sloan-Kettering and the “Father of Modern Immunology”.

    I have reached the age of 67 years old, had only polio and tetanus vaccines as a child. I follow good nutritional practices, am in superb health with no minor or major diseases past or present and no infections over the past 60 years except a rare cold.

    I am very troubled that the DHHS is now trying to implement forced vaccination schedules not only on children, but on adults. Most of these vaccinations as you must know have not been tested either for safety or efficacy. The most recent flu vaccine as I have read and believe to be the case was tested for neither safety nor efficacy but got passed through the FDA, perhaps because of drug company lobbying.

    I survived the usual childhood illnesses without a problem as did my many friends and schoolmates,and believe firmly as a trained immunologist that these mild infections helped my immune systems mature. I think this obsession with avoiding the usual childhood illnesses unnecessary and perhaps counterproductive. Even the dreaded polio, as it turns out through epidemiological investigations, was in most people a mild infection no more serious than a cold. Studies from the late 1940s showed that in urban areas up to 95% of the populations were positive for polio antibodies, yet with no history of any significant infection and certainly no neurological disability. Yet it’s estimated that up to 40 million Americans may now be infected with the SV40 cancer virus as a result of contaminated polio vaccines. Was this risk worth the grand scheme to inoculate everyone for a disease than in most, despite government hysteria, was rarely a serious problem?

    For most children as in my case and in the case of all my young friends at the time of my own infection, these childhood illnesses passed with no serious or lasting deficits. However, the same can no longer be said about vaccinations and the damage they cause. For example, if vaccinations are so safe, why has the government set up a “Vaccine Court” to pay out damage claims to victims of vaccination related disability, to this date amounting to billions.

    There is no question autism rates are skyrocketing. When I was in medical school in the 1980s it was such a rare condition my professors spent maybe 5 minutes on it, advising us we would most likely never see a case in our professional lifetime. Now, it’s estimated that perhaps up to 1 in 50 male children may be afflicted. Something is changing, and if it isn’t the explosion of vaccinations, perhaps you can come up with a better idea. And this belief the only reason rates are higher is because now we are so smart we diagnose it better to today is nonsense; autism, with its head banging and obsessive behavior patterns was as easy to diagnose 30 years ago as it is today.

    Vaccines still contain aluminum and mercury, both neurotoxins, and no one has yet proven they are safe as adjuvants. I’ve not found that controlled peer reviewed study.

    The recent claims of fraud at the CDC over autism rates linked to vaccinations raise serious questions about the integrity of government scientists promoting vaccinations.

    Vaccinations must remain optional, for the safety and health of our children.

    Objective scientific studies on the safety and efficacy of vaccinations, not controlled by the manufacturers must be encouraged.

    Wishful thinking on the part of vaccination proponents claiming safety and efficacy often with no data must be reported for what it is, non-science.

    Adults and the parents of children must, in this country of all countries where individual liberty is so valued, be allowed to make their own intelligent choices about their bodies, and about vaccinations.

    Benjamin Rush, MD, one of the leading Founding Fathers, a great physician in his day, warned that government involvement in health care decisions was a danger, to individual and societal health. He helped design provisions, like the Fourth Amendment, to protect us from government intrusion in our bodies and our health decisions. You should take this seriously.

    American survived quite well without mandated vaccinations for children and adults, and we will survive better without such mandates.

    The government knows these vaccinations carry serious and dangerous risks, or they never would have set up the Vaccine Court. This isn’t that difficult a concept to understand. And if the government by inference acknowledges this as they do in the Vaccine Court, how can the same government then force us to be vaccinated putting our health and lives and the health and lives of our cherished children in danger?

    There are already deaths being reported from Gardisil. The heavy promotion of this vaccination in children for a problem, cervical cancer, that is relatively minor and easily treated, is unwarranted and may very well open up the door to greater danger than the problem being addressed.

    Please stop the drive for mandates. Though well intentioned such thinking is scientifically misguided, potentially dangerous, and potentially putting the health of millions at risk. If people want to undertake the risk of vaccinations, the risk of contamination with things such as the SV40 virus, if they’re ok with the the intake of neurotoxic aluminum and mercury, then great, let them be vaccinated. But please, for those of us like myself, a trained research scientist, who see no need to be “protected” but see reasonable danger in vaccinations, we must be allowed to avoid enforced intrusion into our lives, and our health.

    Thank you for your consideration.


    Nicholas Gonzalez, MD

  13. Hans Litten on September 29, 2015 at 6:59 am said:

    Ready to Have an Unlimited Number of Vaccines Pumped into Your Body?

    admin | Sep 24, 2015 | Comments 0



    No? Then You Need to Take Action NOW
    Syringe deaths head
    We Told You So. Now Protect Yourself.
    We have been predicting that the vaccine mandate push would start with children and then extend to you. California is proving us horrifyingly right. As goes California, so goes the nation?

    SB 792 — http://drrimatruthreports.com/jab-or-jail-in-california-sb792/ — just passed their crony-corrupt legislature. This bill criminalizes any adult who deals with child care and is not “fully vaccinated”, whatever that might mean. This new law is the “companion bill” to SB 277 which was passed a couple months ago, and signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brownshirt. That evil bill abrogated philosophical and religious conscientious objections to vaccines for children going to government and “private” schools (but not home-schooled).
    Prepare to watch immune systems collapse around you.

    This is an international trend that can, quite literally, kill you. That’s why it is more important than ever for you to be legally protected from the loss of your Informed Consent rights.
    You must have an Advance Vaccine Directive in place, preferably in your medical records, and absolutely in your wallet if you want to assert your right not to have vaccines forced upon you.
    With this card (and one for every member of your family) you are asserting your right to Informed Consent as protected under US and International law. Just like a “I am a diabetic” or “I am allergic to ___” cards that people carry, it is notice to all health care professionals.
    Any health professional who violates that directive is committing an assulat on your person and malpractice. And they know it. That’s been the law in the USA for at least a century*.
    This latest unlawful legislation will, we predict, “inspire” other states adopt similar restrictuions, aiding and abetting a crime against humanity. Your only protection is the assertion of your Informed Consent Rights.

  14. Hans Litten on October 2, 2015 at 1:20 pm said:

    A brilliant piece on “TMR” talking about Aluminium and the truly wonderful Prof Chris Exley (who we should all be helping!)


  15. Hans Litten on October 7, 2015 at 4:17 pm said:

    For one thing, I lost the sources for a dynamite article on how bad vaccines really are. My sources were, and are, I think, terrified of being murdered themselves – NEXT. They called me a few days ago and begged off, claiming “their attorney advises against this…”

    What their attorney meant was, I think, “I don’t need dead clients.”

    What was the article about? Three things:

    (1) The Vaccine Safety Datalink (VSD) is little known to vaccine damaged families and their attorneys. In essence, the VSD is a data base following millions of children from their first vaccine experience to the present. It covers twenty five (25) years of continuous individual medical records all across the US.

    The information within it is kept from public view, and as independent researchers, in California, have recently found out – (a) that data clearly shows a SIGNIFICANT relationship between vaccines and children’s health problems – perhaps tens of thousands of times more than is being admitted to. (b) The participants in the study, it appears to me, are well aware of this and are hiding these facts so as to get “mandatory vaccines” in place in California and across the US.

    (2) “Fake” studies, it appears, using the VSD data, have been written by “friendly” contractors, concluding the opposite of what the data really shows. When questioned, the authors of the “fake” studies will not produce their data sets for examination. Those authors get, according to records, an average 800 million dollars a year in “research grants” from Big Pharma and the CDC. You can read more about the VSD, and how it is SUPPOSED to work, here. The insert is a US map of Participating VSD Healthcare Organizations.

    (3) The independent researchers, once the VSD local participants found out what they were finding out, had their access to the VSD cut off.

    For my purposes there is adequate documentation of what actually happened. I’ve had parts of it read to me. More, the independent research was done in California, and involved California children, following what happened to each of them (thousands in the studies), for twenty to twenty-five years.

    Twenty to twenty-five years of undeniable evidence of damage. With this, I intended to provide the evidence basis to destroy the US vaccine program. But, apparently, my sources don’t want to be another suicide statistic.

    Let me Be Blunt…

    This information, from those independent researchers, in the hands of the “No on SB277” campaigners, would reverse the mandatory vaccine programs for all time, not just in California, but everywhere.

    But the independent researchers don’t want to be murdered…

    Can’t say as I blame them.

    Stay tuned.

    Tim Bolen – Consumer Advocate

  16. Hans Litten on October 8, 2015 at 10:28 am said:


    Dementia and other neurological brain diseases are striking people younger and younger, according to a new study conducted by researchers from Bournemouth University in England and published in the journal Surgical Neurology International. These diseases have reached levels that are “almost epidemic,” the researchers said, and they reached them so quickly that environmental factors must be largely to blame.

    “The rate of increase in such a short time suggests a silent or even a ‘hidden’ epidemic, in which environmental factors must play a major part, not just ageing,” lead researcher Colin Pritchard said. “Modern living produces multi-interactional environmental pollution but the changes in human morbidity, including neurological disease is remarkable and points to environmental influences.”

    Death rates have more than doubled

    The researchers compared the rates of neurological brain diseases in 21 Western countries from 1989 to 2010. They found that as of 2010, the average rate of onset for dementia was 10 years earlier than it was in 1989. In addition, deaths from neurological disease had increased significantly in people aged 55 to 74 and had nearly doubled in people aged 75 and older.

    These changes were seen in all 21 countries, but the United States fared the worst by far. In the United States, neurological deaths in men older than 74 tripled from 1989 to 2010, and they increased nearly fivefold in women of the same age. More elderly U.S. women are now dying from brain diseases than from cancer for the first time in recorded history.

  17. Hans Litten on October 8, 2015 at 12:10 pm said:

    Tuesday, October 6, 2015 – A stunning $61 million dollar settlement has been reached as the result of a child being injured by a vaccine. In what can only amount to a ground breaking lawsuit result, many people this morning have a feeling that the tide has turned somewhat. The award was negotiated by Attorneys at Maglio Christopher & Toale, PA.

  18. Hans Litten on October 13, 2015 at 8:59 am said:

    Nothing is going to convince me that most of the Vaccine Autism protest groups are not heavily infiltrated in the key controlling positions (I’m fairly sure they are all Pharma salaried).

    AoA is turning into nothing more than a comic , Anne Dachel is unable to find any meat on the bone anymore and her book “Autism Cover-Up” is so soft and dilute , the strongest thing about it , is the title .
    And I’m unclear what her involvement is in all of this (I don’t think she is an affected mother !)

    Thinking Moms Revolution is another one , where Professor TMR (another person apparently campaigning without knowing anyone autistic more than peripherally) describes autism as a little bit of difficulty and with some financial strain . Professor TMR is trying to lessen the absolute pain and suffering of autism .

    Safeminds has suspiscious associations with the BlaxMan & the Holmsted .
    Holmsted owns a small (presumably unvaccinated) dog you know .

    And then we have Autism Speaks – what can you say , a wholly owned subsidiary of Merck.

    Question anything about AoA and they refuse to publish . For example :

    Anne Dachel , you don’t seem to find these articles much anymore ?
    Veterinary scientists in Chile have invented a contraceptive vaccine for dogs, which can be used in both males and females, and may provide an inexpensive option to help control the country’s growing canine population.
    Scientists from the University of Chile Veterinary and Livestock Faculty developed the vaccine from an existing formula used to sterilize pigs, as professor Leonardo Saenz explains.
    “It began in Australia more or less in 1989. What we did was to take the concept of immuno-castration which already existed and we developed and improved for use in domestic animals, mainly in dogs, and to create an alternative for pigs, better than what already exists. The previous one was a vaccine by a pharmaceutical laboratory which needs two doses to take effect. In our case, only one dose is needed for the vaccine to take effect,” said Saenz.
    According to Saenz, the effect of the vaccine is similar to that of a surgical castration without needing the resources and subsequent care such an operation requires.

    Why don’t the Crimino-authorities use this technology on human beings instead of poisoning and murdering our children ? (oh yeah they do ,Kenya HCG 2015 , I see our friends at Pampers have revived their “newborn tetanus vaccine” campaign after a little break to see if the coast was clear – lol .

  19. Hans Litten on October 14, 2015 at 7:12 am said:

    Anne Dachel in response to an issue caused by referencing the work of Harriet Washington.
    Apparently Harriet is pro vaccine despite writing a book about vaccine crimes against humanity. lol

    “In my years of writing on this subject, I have never taken a stand that could ever be labeled anti-vaccine. The reality is that even raising questions about possible risks results in the same reaction.”

    I’m dumbfounded Anne Dachel can make this comment quite frankly .She is definitely reading the same literature as I am . So how she can write this sentence is simply beyond me .

    So Anne , in your opinion can vaccination ever be made safe ? I don’t think it can .
    Anne do you think Vaccine technology is a success of failure in terms of healthcare ?
    Anne , do you accept vaccines as the cause of Autism (tens of millions of babies) , diabetes , cancer , MS , ALS , Alzheimer’s , Aids & ultimately death ? & you are still pro vaccine Anne ?

  20. Hans Litten on October 15, 2015 at 8:06 am said:

    First they came for the “alternative doctors”, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not an “alternative doctor” (& I didn’t understand, I was too busy watching primetime rubbish reality TV).

    Then they came for the anti-vaccinationists, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not an “anti-vaccinationist” (& I didn’t understand, I was too busy watching endless repetitive sporting events on TV).

    Then they came for the so called “conspriracy theorists” supporters, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a “conspriracy theorists” ” (& I didn’t understand, I hadnt picked up or read a book since I was forced to in school aged 14).

    Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me(& I still didn’t understand, the truth is I’m a bit dim – where is my TV?).

  21. Hans Litten on October 15, 2015 at 1:36 pm said:

    The subject of dear little ole innocent grandma’s really interests me currently .
    Gerberding might be an honest dear old grandma , and Colleen Boyle might be , & Hitlerary Clinton of course . But no , the dear little old innocent grandma that I’m interested in is AoA’s one and only trawler of the internet for those hidden stories (so that the lazy parents don’t have to bother) , the one and only Anne Dachel .

    I understand she has an affected grandchild but at the same time she seems to be a defender of vaccination (if its just fear then I definitely understand that – the stakes are high).
    But she glossed over the Kenya event earlier this year (as did most others) & pretended it didn’t happen .
    Another thing I notice is her stories carry some sponsorship with them (maybe its tuppence halfpenny) but then there are the books (so it looks as if Autism is a business opportunity to her perhaps ?) .
    My research on vaccination has led me into a far darker arena and I certainly don’t have any monopoly on that knowledge (but Anne Dachel seems to be selectively reporting and selectively trying to lead the parents , trying to moderate , trying to calm ).

    Her internet searches these days seem more dilute by the day
    “autistic girl sitting in a meadow full of wild flowers makes a beautiful daisy chain”
    or whatever other nonsense Anne wants to perpetuate ,

    Anne Dachel , my question to you is simple , are you “bought” ? & if so what are the terms ?
    If lucrative & attractive enough I’m interested too ………………….not , never

  22. Hans Litten on October 26, 2015 at 11:01 am said:

    Well Done AoA !
    Well Done Anne Satchel
    Well Done Blaxman
    Well Done Dan Holmsted
    Well Done Professor TMR
    & others

    Thanks to you guys the crowd outside the CDC was kept to a minimum – you all did your level best NOT to promote this march . You all played your part fantastically .

    But we (the true un-buyable parents) still have got that damning quote from RFK . Damning .
    Come on DeStefano , you have been called a criminal of the highest order (true Nazi style – poisoner of children en masse on an industrial scale) – what are you going to do Frankie-boy?

    • Lawrence on October 27, 2015 at 7:40 pm said:

      Why on Earth would DeStefano give any credibility to RFK Jr. by suing him?

      Letting him continue to spout his crazy conspiracies in public shows the whole world just how far down the rabbit hole Mr. Kennedy has gone.

      • Why on Earth should DeStefano worry about giving RFK Jr. credibility when it is DeStefano who stands accused of fraud by a colleague?

        • Lawrence on October 28, 2015 at 1:04 am said:

          I don’t see any official charges against anyone, do you Jake?

          • A statement read on the House floor by a sitting US congressman seems pretty official to me.

            • Lawrence on October 28, 2015 at 2:40 pm said:

              “Seems.” That’s the operative term.

              And how much money has Posey taken from anti-vaccine groups?

              • Hans Litten on October 29, 2015 at 7:49 am said:

                Yeah the anti-vaccine groups are rolling in money . You are a brilliant comic .
                We are all volunteers , we campaign against the Nazi state for free .
                We are parents & people who once trusted the vaccines but now know it was all LIES . Criminal LIES & Fraud of the very highest order .
                As regards Posey , you don’t think he is a man of honour , to take on a subject such as this ? The personal risks , the personal attacks ?
                The Pharma Machine working overtime trying to save itself , doing its level best to kill the truth in all quarters but sadly the problem wont go away – lol.
                Time to release another meta-analysis to FINALLY put the vaccine autism story to rest once and for all (how many more times can you trot out the same old diatribe – and yet the problem keeps coming back ) .
                Stories out there now , that Doctors are refusing to back Gardakil in large numbers (ouch that has got to hurt – the Doctors are starting to turn away.)

                How would you describe yourself Lar ? is mercenary a fair description ?

              • I don’t know, but isn’t the government agency DeStefano works for liable for vaccine injuries?

            • Rebecca Fisher on October 28, 2015 at 3:21 pm said:

              I don’t believe Senator Posey mentioned the name of DeStefano, or the word “fraud” in his speech about Thompson. He merely asked for “a hearing and a thorough investigation”.

        • Chris Preston on October 28, 2015 at 4:34 am said:

          Well not exactly. Thompson has only made the accusation at second hand. That is others have claimed that Thompson has made this accusation.

          Secondly, the accusation appears to be based on a rather embarrassing misunderstanding by Thompson.

          The logical thing for DeStefano to do is ignore it all. There is nothing to be gained from suing Kennedy. No one with any sense takes notice of anything Kennedy says about vaccines. He is still going on about thiomersal for instance.

          • Hans Litten on October 29, 2015 at 7:54 am said:

            Frankie boy isn’t sleeping too well these days I bet ya !
            I wonder does Frank have a wife and family (they must be so proud) .

            Simulated schoolyard conversation :
            My Dad is a fireman , what does your Dad do .
            Frankie Junior : My Dad is a mass murderer down at the CDC.

          • Lawrence on October 29, 2015 at 10:06 pm said:

            All a big tempest in a teapot…..Kennedy is a modern day Don Quixote, tilting at windmills.

            The more he talks, the more unstable he appears to be. Now that he’s allied himself with the NOI (which is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Church of Scientology), he’s gone completely off the reservation.

          • No, since it was a direct statement read by Posey, and there’s data and documentation to back it all up.

            • Lawrence on October 30, 2015 at 10:49 am said:

              So, if all of this information is in the hands of the Congressman, why hasn’t he released it to the public or better yet, why hasn’t Wakefield?

              Care to explain?

              • Given the damage that’s been done when some of that material was already released prematurely by Wakefield or some other third party, I’d say the answer should be no mystery.

            • Chris Preston on October 30, 2015 at 12:00 pm said:

              The fact it was read by Posey, is still only second hand. There are no statements that can be accurately attributed to Thompson since last August.

              And no there is no data to back it up. Brian Hooker ran a flawed statistical analysis to provide the result that Thompson said was there. However, anyone with a modicum of statistical knowledge can see that Hooker’s re-analysis was wrong.

  23. Hans Litten on October 28, 2015 at 8:49 am said:

    Lawrence – you really are a regular “Jack in the box” – too funny .
    Where have you been ? You have to come here because no-one goes to your sites – lol

    12 doctors all passed away , and STILL to problem wont go away .
    The D-squads will have to do more work , by the looks of it .

    And can you believe it TODAY , Anne Satchel writes a piece on the MARCH , that happened on the weekend just PAST . Anne – come on – transparent Anne ! I can see YOU !

  24. Hans Litten on October 28, 2015 at 1:56 pm said:


    Larry – an easy £750 for you . GO FOR IT please

    Vaccines ARE (un)safe and (d)effective lol

  25. Hans Litten on October 29, 2015 at 8:45 am said:

    Lets see mmmm .

    Flu vaccine – the biggie – complete and total lie , fraud , hoax – 0% efficacy
    Mumps vaccine – complete and total efficacy lie (in secret court right now – 2 whistleblowers)
    Gardakil – complete and total lie , fraud , hoax (maiming young girls all around the globe as we speak)
    HepB for newborns – complete and total lie , fraud , hoax
    MMR – what can you say , always mired in controversy despite the media blackout
    Meningitis vaccine – reports coming back of headaches (4 month long headaches)
    Tetanus vaccine with HCG – what can you say – how many Kenyans sterilised ? 2.5M was it ?
    The vaccine program is a military program (nothing to do with healthcare whatsoever)

    The only vaccine I have any faith in , is the scarlett fever vaccine .

    • Keep up the great work Hans. I really appreciate how you bring hard hitting, uncensored fact to the table.

      It’s the only way that this government sanctioned child abuse will ever be stopped. And your arguments, by comparison, shine a pretty bright light on the senseless, often offensive drivel being put forth by the likes to Lawrence , Chris and Rebecca.

  26. Hans Litten on November 2, 2015 at 12:38 pm said:

    You mercenaries might be right about the mercury not being the biggest threat after all .
    You are all such clever dudes !
    Did you all know about the Nagalase\Cancer connections already and were keeping it to yourselves .
    Come on Larry – now thats not very sporting of you at all .


    REVEALED: Cancer industry profits ‘locked in’ by nagalase molecule injected into humans via vaccines… spurs tumor growth… explains aggressive vaccine push
    Monday, July 27, 2015 by: Julie Wilson staff writer
    One of the world’s most lucrative industries, spending on cancer drugs reached an all-time high last year, as it was valued at more than $100 billion. Spending on cancer drugs increased 6.5 percent annually over the past five years and is expected to continue growing at a rate of 8 percent each year through 2018, according to figures provided by the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics.
    That spending is highly concentrated, as the US and five of Europe’s largest countries account for nearly two-thirds of the entire market.
    This means that billions and billions of dollars are secured by Americans being diagnosed with cancer.
    That’s one profitable industry; however, it could all be completely dismantled by one thing: a cure.
    As Mike Adams recently reported, “A universal cancer cure would destroy the profitability of the highly lucrative cancer industry and collapse the American Cancer Society, hospitals, oncology clinics and pharmaceutical companies that depend on chemotherapy revenues to stay profitable.”
    This means that anyone moving closer to developing a cure for cancer would be considered an extreme threat to the medical establishment and likely stopped at any cost.

  27. Hans Litten on November 2, 2015 at 5:17 pm said:

    ALERT!… 15 States Look to Mandate Vaccinations… Removing Philosophical and Conscientious Exemptions
    Submitted by SadInAmerica on Sun, 11/01/2015 – 4:35pm.

    Hearings to remove philosophical/conscientious exemptions to vaccine mandates have already taken place in Washington and Oregon. ~ Video

    California, Maine, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Vermont all have bills already filed or press announcements of bills about to be filed to remove philosophical/conscientious exemptions.

    Maine, Minnesota and Texas have bills to substantially restrict philosophical/conscientious exemptions.

    Fifteen states have bills filed to expand vaccine mandates. These include Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia.

  28. Hans Litten on November 3, 2015 at 8:03 am said:

    Linus Pauling’s promotion of dietary supplements has also been heavily criticized. In a 2013 article in The Atlantic, pediatrician Paul Offit wrote that although Pauling was “so spectacularly right” that he won two Nobel Prizes, Pauling’s late-career assertions about the benefits of dietary supplements were “so spectacularly wrong that he was arguably the world’s greatest quack.”[11]

    Don’t know about anyone being a quack but I do know Paul Offit – the worlds greatest Nasi-xriminal .

  29. Hans Litten on November 10, 2015 at 12:01 am said:

    I’m banned from AoA again by the way . This time I understand it to be a lifetime ban .
    Except when JDS thinks he can hang me , he allows the comments thru * lol .
    So what is the game JDS ? Why that behaviour ? Because I questioned the motives of your pro vax friends ?

    Jenny “pro-vax”Allen who waffles-comments on just about everything , especially to promote the useless & deadly harmful flu vaccine I notice . 0% efficacy says Cochrane but you know best . joker
    But she goes silent when all the commenters talk about genocide .
    Jenny where are you ? Don’t duck that flu vaccine for yourself , Jenny , EVER .

  30. Hans Litten on November 10, 2015 at 10:17 am said:

    William Thompson’s contact details
    About CDC Employees

    (why don’t you ALL tell him what happened to your kid !)
    I guess the stories are all remarkably similar (inherited genetic traits are remarkably constant lol)
    I don’t know about you guys , but we’ve had Autism in our family for generations . rofl

    Hear THIS WELL >

    Nelson Mandela :
    “It always seems impossible until it’s done.”

    And the great and wonderful Oscar Wilde (for JDS & DanO)
    “It takes great deal of courage to see the world in all its “vaccine-“tainted glory, and still to love it.”
    – Oscar Wilde

  31. Hans Litten on November 11, 2015 at 8:50 am said:


    Looks like some admirable resistance being put up by our Aussie cousins .
    & I thought they were done and conquered and finished , perhaps not .

    Looking at the stories & misinformation being put out across the web now , the situation for the bildebergers is becoming ever more desperate – they are rattled – I’m sure they are .
    When average people are routinuely talking about mass genocide via vaccine , the media can only stay quiet for so long before they’ll have to cover the allegations .

  32. Hans Litten on November 12, 2015 at 1:27 pm said:

    Jenny Allen – flu vaccine uptake down by 6% – hip hip

    Do you think that people are working out the fraud ?
    Did you duck the Flu vaccine Jenny ? bet you did ! If you did , it makes you a crook\criminal .

    In the UK if you want to see a Doctor you are routinuely looking at appointments a few weeks away .
    But when it comes to the precious Flu vaccine , they are sending out texts and ringing people up at home
    for immediate appointments – DO YOU THINK THERE IS A CLUE IN THERE SOMEWHERE .

  33. Hans Litten on November 13, 2015 at 12:15 pm said:

    Jenny Allen – new rates of autism just out 1 – 45 (& I know that’s too low .)
    And you are still PRO -VACCINE I presume . Who are you working for ? What is the money like ?

    Pretty soon we should autistic children of the Elite & Bildebergers at this rate – lol

    “In earlier times it was easier to control a million people than physically to kill a million people. Today it is infinitely easier to kill a million people then to control a million people.” – Zbigniew Brzezinski (Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission, Bilderberg Group, Carter/Obama Advisor).

  34. Hans Litten on November 16, 2015 at 1:03 pm said:

    10 things that need to happen before I’ll donate anything to Age Of Autism :

    1. Blaxman’s complete & total expulsion (& a highlighting of his actions to all – Omnibus & congress) .
    2. Holmsted is allowed to stay on board but only in a subordinate role .
    3. All future rallys outside the CDC must be advertised & actively promoted
    4. A decent library of knowledge made available (free of all AOA current censorship)
    5. A stop to all the nonsense stories (we are all living the downright pain and anguish of autism everyday).
    6. Plans drawn up to proactively pursue our legitimate political causes
    7. Coordinated direct action at key locations around the world on the same day (Team up anti-GMO)
    8. A disciplinary panel created to monitor the actions of people who purport to be part of our cause , and build in a process to expel anyone who seems to be acting , lets call it , half-heartedly .
    9. A council to challenge other so called Autism action groups at every turn (like Autism Speaks & others)
    10. A method to remove the “old guard” leadership who are either just stale or worse ,plain compromised.
    And to rotate the leadership regularly , and those members put in charge , be accountable at all times .

    First item on the agenda , put Jake Crosby in overall control with immediate effect to manage the clear out & purge the pharma-interlopers .

  35. Hans Litten on November 20, 2015 at 8:06 am said:


    Absolutely astounding criminality by Richard Pan .
    A story that WILL almost certainly NOT be covered by the pharma led AoA .

  36. Hans Litten on November 23, 2015 at 8:48 am said:

    Question for AoA ? (they read it every time but they never answer ?)

    So you often spend your time trying to get commenters to fully identify themselves (laughable because BillGates and his Philly Univ. cronies will have us all identified long ago) .

    But does the same thing apply to AoA ?

    Well no it doesn’t .

    The message goes , if our readership donates $5000 then an anonymous donor will match that donation .

    Who is this anonymous donor JohnDS ? Is it Paul Offit ? is it Bill Gates ?
    JDS cares greatly that everyone declare themselves openly for all to see , but does JDS follow that through to anonymous donations ?
    If its Mark Blaxman , where did he get the funds to donate from ? Was it from his Pharma friends ?

  37. Hans Litten on November 23, 2015 at 1:46 pm said:


    Looks like some people are laying the blame at the West .

    me too .

  38. Hans Litten on November 25, 2015 at 2:08 pm said:


    “We know the cause of SIDS. We can and have prevented them. It’s all done with a compound called ascorbate. Not to use it means deaths will continue. There is no other answer. There never will be. For our findings are based on scientific facts. Not medical opinion.”—Dr Archie Kalokerinos

  39. Georg Elser on November 26, 2015 at 11:54 pm said:

    Gerberding , Boyle et al . How do you plead ? “GUILTY” your honour . Just a small matter of mass murder.


    Control F and search for the word AUTISM !!!!!!!!! BINGO PAGE 11

    Adverse events reported during post-approval use of Tripedia vaccine include idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, SIDS, anaphylactic reaction, cellulitis, autism, convulsion/grand mal convulsion, encephalopathy, hypotonia, neuropathy, somnolence and apnea. Events were included in this list because of the seriousness or frequency of reporting. Because these events are reported voluntarily from a population of uncertain size, it is not always possible to reliably estimate their frequencies or to establish a causal relationship to components of Tripedia vaccine.2

    source AoA – JDS – thanks (doesn’t change anything though)

    • If these adverse events were observed during post-approval, then you know God damn well that they were also observed during the pre-approval phase.

      Which means that anyone involved in the approval of this vaccine, approved it KNOWING that this vaccine was going to harm countless thousands of children

      If that doesn’t put you in prison, then nothing will.

  40. Hans Litten on November 30, 2015 at 9:16 am said:

    I want to thank AoA otherwise known as “Age Of collAborators” for blessing me with their lifetime ban .
    And apologise to “Age of collAborators” too , for they did publish the Pan story about water being the most toxic ingredient after all (almost as good as Offits aluminium is an essential element for human life) .

    But if you notice “Age of collAborators” kept the Pan article as their lead article for the briefest time possible (collected 40+ comments) and then followed with some brilliant-not sympathy pieces .
    Jenny Allen did comment , but made no mention of Pan’s lies , just rambled on about what will happen when sb277 goes live & homeschooling and asked the question if this might be an infringement of human rights ? DO YOU THINK JENNY ? DO YOU ?

    Can you see what Jenny Allen is doing here . Coercing acceptance of this “draconian” law .
    “and I hope parents in California, who have concerns about vaccines”

    Do not let Jenny Allen represent you in matters of vaccine in Scotland .She is skewed .
    She pretends the HCG-nagalase hidden ingredients scandals never happened .

    “There’s a medical ‘conspiracy of silence’ about vaccine damage reinforced by a culture of collective professional bullying. Only when doctors and health professionals are prepared to speak out en masse, will these important vaccine safety issues be debated and hopefully resolved.”

    lets debate & resolve genocide JENNY – Yes LETS . And YES I’D SAY ITS A TAD IMPORTANT JENNY .

  41. Hans Litten on December 15, 2015 at 8:10 am said:

    In the UK the only paper anywhere close to telling the truth is amazingly the Daily Mail :


    Didier Jambart, of Nantes, France, was an upstanding member of the community before he started taking Requip (made by GSK) .

    and Glaxo knows Requip can do this to people . Pharma is above the law !

    They put mercury amalgams in our mouths growing up , and they are still doing it to the working classes ,
    particularly in Scotland I notice .The crime is so orchestrated and so clear .

  42. Hans Litten on December 18, 2015 at 9:48 am said:


    In my view this article is a must read . All about the hidden ingredients of vaccine (& nagalase or HCG doesn’t even get mentioned ) , so for me things are even worse than suspected .

    I’m intelligent – I’m definitely Anti-Vaccine !

  43. Hans Litten on January 5, 2016 at 1:04 pm said:

    “anti-vaxxer jabbering on” – love that !


    This will be OUR year – 2016

    The year David fells Goliath – get busy Jake – you need to take credit .

    3 more cancer doctors in Canada silenced across the holidays. Smacks of desperation to me .
    The Nagalase discovery seems to have rattled the crimino-powers .

    HNY Jake .

    Have you seen Dr Rima on YT ? you need to , she is amazing (quite frankly)

  44. Hans Litten on January 7, 2016 at 8:06 am said:

    “Polio vaccine is paralyzing kids in Punjab”

    Seems to be a story out there –

  45. Hans Litten on January 12, 2016 at 10:46 pm said:

    An absolutely astounding and inspiring piece of resistance against vaccine tyranny :


    Jake are you in retirement now ?
    Do I have to start my own website ?

  46. Hans Litten on January 15, 2016 at 1:48 pm said:

    AoA is blocking anyone daring to mention the word “Nagalase” .

    AoA is blocking anyone daring to mention vaccines having secret ingredients .

  47. Hans Litten on January 20, 2016 at 1:48 pm said:

    Shouldn’t you , Jake , be writing a new article for 2016 concerning Orac and the latest Gardakil scandal concerning Dr Sin Hang Lee ?

    Seems Gorski has taken a body blow .

  48. Hans Litten on February 2, 2016 at 1:36 pm said:



    the mysterious deaths go on .
    Anyone who says vaccines cause autism or cancer can be cured easily seems to be fair game .

    Everyone at AoA is safe then . Anne Dachel , never knowingly written a critical word about vaccine lol .
    Jenny Allen the pro-vaccine autism activist (don’t skip your flu vaccine Jenny)

    rules for a long life seem to be , (well 70 years anyway only the elite are allowed to aim at 120)

    1. Vaccines do not cause Autism
    2. Vaccines do not cause cancer and do not contain nagalase
    3. the only accepted treatment for cancer is either chemo or radio therapy .

  49. Hans Litten on February 2, 2016 at 4:02 pm said:

    VACCINE QUIZ: This will wake up everyone who takes it…Fantastic!


    Posted by: Danchi | February 02, 2016 at 10:28 AM

  50. Hans Litten on February 24, 2016 at 8:08 am said:

    An idea for a piece to be written by “silent Jake” perhaps ?

    A compilation of all the quotes Donald Trump has made about vaccines causing autism .
    If you don’t write it , I will .

  51. Lawrence on February 25, 2016 at 1:23 pm said:

    Perhaps you can also include all of the quotes displaying his blatant racism, bigotry, and misogyny as well.

    How about a list of all of the claims that he’s made which were found to be 100% lies or at best, factual inaccuracies?

    I’d love to see you come up with that list.

    • That so-called racist got more support from Hispanics in the Nevada caucus than both his Hispanic rivals combined. That so-called bigot has more support from Muslims than all his primary rivals combined. And that so-called misogynist brought the wrath of his rivals and his party against him by daring to defend Planned Parenthood at the last debate for the services they provide for women’s health. This is not the profile of a person who is racist, bigoted or misogynist except in the perverse world of political correctness.

      As for dishonesty, I just have one word for you: Hillary.

  52. Lawrence on February 26, 2016 at 12:52 pm said:

    Let’s see – there were “thousands” of people participating in the Nevada Caucus – not exactly a rousing endorsement of any particular group. Compare Donald’s 7.5% support by Muslims to the overwhelming support that same group has for the two Democratic candidates….

    And I’ll just leave it at this – Donald Trump has lied, is lying, and will continue to lie. Fact checkers have found few, if any, of his statements that could be held as “true” based on actual evidence.

    The fact that you appear to support him, is a clear indictment of your own personality.

    • If he were a real bigot or racist as you say, then he shouldn’t be getting the support he’s getting from either of those groups. The fact that you switched from calling him a racist, bigot and misogynist to simply playing down the support he’s getting from the groups he’s allegedly prejudiced against shows that you are completely avoiding my point.

      Call Trump a liar and say my support for him is an indictment of his personality all you want. It’s his prospective Democratic rival who is the real liar and who could get a real indictment.

  53. Lawrence on February 27, 2016 at 2:28 pm said:

    Not, I’m not surprised you don’t get it.

    He is a racist, bigoted misogynist – based on all of the public statements that he’s made. The fact that small numbers of people in those demographics are deluded enough to support him doesn’t change his very real and damaging statements.

    He also lies, constantly. Fact checkers are having a hard time finding when he actually tells the truth.

    You might not like Hillary, but then again I really don’t like her either.

    But she would be preferable to a person who quite honestly does sound exactly like a certain 1930’s demagogue.

    • You’ve just highlighted the hypocrisy of the political correctness that Trump rejects perfectly: a US presidential candidate’s stance on immigration, terrorism and the media makes him a racist, bigot and misogynist respectively, but exploiting the Holocaust by saying he sounds exactly like Hitler is perfectly okay.

      Hillary broke federal law, lied to the families of Americans murdered overseas by terrorists and is the only presidential candidate who could actually be indicted during her campaign. She is preferable to no other candidate, and that’s putting it mildly.

  54. Eddie Unwind on February 28, 2016 at 10:35 am said:

    Trump that!

  55. Eddie Unwind on February 29, 2016 at 10:11 pm said:

    But seriously, Jake…

    While you might still possibly convince me otherwise, and while I agree that H.Clinton is a dreadful hypocrite, a Trump presidency might all too easily create conflicts – particularly with regard to foreign policy – which are potentially of the cataclysmic sort. He reminds me of Australia’s Clive Palmer, who treats all political matters like a game and, due to his arrogance and breathtaking ignorance, enjoys making a show of this characteristic because he can ‘get away with it’.

    Trump, however, is a much more boorish character (Palmer is a teddybear by comparison) and, given the power of the US military, is theoretically incalculably more dangerous. His generation is absolutely accustomed to Cold War tensions, and I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if he misses a bit of ‘peripheral excitement’. His intelligence seems to me far too likely of the criminal sort, and as much as I loathe the pro-vaccine tyranny in all forms I’d hardly bet on him backing any one of his claims in relation to the topic if in power.

    However, I look forward to your thoughts on this should you choose to write about it.

    • Trump has taken one of his greatest political risks by calling out his own party over its years of warmongering, and he is the only candidate who has consistently stood firm on his views about vaccines. I fully trust him on the vaccine topic and don’t buy into the lies being spread about him – much of it by people who also lie to deny vaccine dangers.

  56. Eddie Unwind on March 4, 2016 at 5:37 am said:

    Jake – you may be right and should he become president I most sincerely hope that you are. I don’t personally need convincing about Hillary as she is almost certainly a wretched human being. Moreover despite that – according to some – something like 70% have stated that they would never vote for Trump, you have to wonder whether the case may be for some that they wouldn’t want to be ‘caught’ voting for Trump. If there is truth to this then Trump may be closer to a victory than we think. Dare I say it, he is perhaps a ‘guilty pleasure’ for those counting themselves among the educated classes who are frustrated with widespread inertia and insatiably curious to see just what might happen if…

  57. Eddie Unwind on March 4, 2016 at 5:56 am said:

    I would add that in many respects I believe that his impact between now and November is potentially of incalculable significance in the US. The left media don’t know how to handle him simply because they have evolved into a fascist left, choked by the stranglehold of political correctness with which they are attempting to strangle Trump. But their demons aren’t his, and so every such attempt liberates him and further encourages his supporters towards a sense of freedom. If the media continue with this line of hypocritical assault, he should win, since all such attacks ultimately make him appear refreshing, even to his enemies (but they’ll never admit it).

  58. Hans Litten on March 6, 2016 at 4:49 pm said:

    Larry , presumably Clinton is your choice :

    Trump is married to a Hispanic lady ? no ?

    I’d imagine Hillary is a massive proponent of internet censorship via the googleCIA knowledge vault .


  59. Eddie Unwind on March 8, 2016 at 6:35 am said:

    Jake – I’m curious. Despite what I understand to be Bernie Sander’s position on vaccination policy in general, do you regard his recent grilling of newly appointed head of the FDA Robert Califf as an on-the-whole positive, given that…

    1) It publicly highlighted the increasingly profit-for-profit’s-sake aspect of the FDA.


    2) In no uncertain terms Sanders asserted that now with Califf in charge, we can expect zero insofar as challenging big pharma policy in the interests of the US citizenry.

    Or no?

  60. Hans Litten on March 9, 2016 at 8:27 am said:


    Russian president Vladimir Putin says that Western governments are enslaving humanity through vaccines.

  61. Hans Litten on March 9, 2016 at 12:26 pm said:


    Bombshell interview in my view .

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