Indiana Offers Free School Supplies to Children who Consent to Vaccines

In Fort  Wayne, Indiana, the County Department of Health is ‘helping’ kids  get back to school by offering free school supplies to those who consent to  vaccinations. For some free crayons and construction paper, many  parents are unknowingly exposing their children to a very well-hushed fact that  one of the most common vaccinations required of school aged children, the MMR  vaccine, or measles, mumps and rubella immunization, has a potential  link to multiple ailments – including autism.

“Getting children all of the vaccines recommended by CDC’s immunization  schedule is one of the most important things parents can do to protect their  children’s health – and that of classmates and the community,” said Allen County  Health Commissioner Dr. Deborah McMahan. Perhaps Dr. McMahan should check the  latest research.

While there is much controversy about the topic, evidence has been around  for more than 10 years that MMR has been linked to the autism spectrum.

In one study  published in 2002, the vaccine was found to cause an immune reaction which is  thought to play a great role in autism.  Dr Vijendra  Singh analyzed blood samples from 125 autistic children and 92 children who  did not have the disorder. In 75 of the autistic children they found antibodies  showing there had been an abnormal reaction to the measles component of  the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine. Nine out of 10 of those children  were also positive for antibodies thought to be involved in autism. These  antibodies attack the brain by targeting the basic building blocks of myelin,  the insulating sheath that covers nerve fibres. This stops the nerves developing  properly and may affect brain functions.

None of the non-autistic children showed the unusual anti-measles  response.

Dr Singh has suggested that an abnormal immune response [caused by MMR] may  be the root cause of many cases of autism.

There are numerous additional studies linking MMR vaccinations to autism, and  some pointing to a change in gut bacteria which are also responsible for a  child’s immunity. Andrew Wakefield’s research saying as much has been  corroborated now by multiple studies. Yeah, we know it’s controversial.

The question is, why would school districts and health officials be  continuing to promote vaccinations for children when they may be causing autism?  Even the CDC says that the numbers of children with autism has risen by a startling 78% in the last decade. If  there is even a remote possibility that autism is caused by vaccinations, then  why are we continuing to harm our children with them for a few boxes of  crayons (NaturalSociety.com)