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Crazy Horse

MMR Vaccine and the link to AUTISIM.

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Crazy Horse
Just now, Torchwood said:

how do you know it wasnt around then?

Because someone might have noticed it.

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GlitterRose
4 minutes ago, Crazy Horse said:

What reasearchers, sponcered by whom?

How can something that wasnt even around a hundred years ago, suddenly become heredity to the point that in 14 years time, at this present rate, one in two children will be autistic?

There's something you could actually look up and find out.

I challenge you to also do that when you're viewing videos like this. 

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Torchwood
Just now, Crazy Horse said:

Because its too much all at once. Personally if I had the choice, I wouldn't have had a single shot put in my arm.

And the crimes, the cover-ups, fraud, the felonies, how about that stuff, from a whistleblower who saw it happen?

incorrect, but thank you for playing anyway. 

 

The correct answer was: because Wakefield was trying to patent a competing vaccine and in line to earn a pretty penny for doing so, of course he can't do that if MMR has cornered the market!

 

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GlitterRose
2 minutes ago, Crazy Horse said:

Because someone might have noticed it.

They used to just institutionalize kids like that. The facilities were horrid. 

You're not aware of that?

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Crazy Horse
Just now, Torchwood said:

incorrect, but thank you for playing anyway. 

 

The correct answer was: because Wakefield was trying to patent a competing vaccine and in line to earn a pretty penny for doing so, of course he can't do that if MMR has cornered the market!

 

You mean a competing vaccine that didnt poison our kids - oh, bad man..

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Crazy Horse
2 minutes ago, ChaosRose said:

They used to just institutionalize kids like that. The facilities were horrid. 

You're not aware of that?

You will have to be a bit more precise, times, dates, numbers, diagnosis reports, accompanying medical records, genetics and family histories..

You don't know whether that was autism or something else.

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GlitterRose
Just now, Crazy Horse said:

You will have to be a bit more precise, times, dates, numbers, diagnosis reports, accompanying medical records, genetics and family histories..

You don't know whether that was autism or something else.

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/early-history-autism-america-180957684/

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Torchwood
2 minutes ago, Crazy Horse said:

You mean a competing vaccine that didnt poison our kids - oh, bad man..

you dont think its suspicious that someone was paid half a million dollars prior to trying to discredit a competing product?

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Crazy Horse
Just now, ChaosRose said:

From the Smithsonian Institute?

The gatekeepers of our history.

Nah, not having that.

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GlitterRose
Just now, Crazy Horse said:

From the Smithsonian Institute?

The gatekeepers of our history.

Nah, not having that.

Riiiight...biased "documentary"...yep...Smithsonian...nope.

Got it.

This is why you won't hear any real information, Crazy Horse.

So if you won't hear it, there's really no point in wasting my time. 

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Crazy Horse
2 minutes ago, Torchwood said:

you dont think its suspicious that someone was paid half a million dollars prior to trying to discredit a competing product?

A competing product that also happens to poison our kids?

No, not particularly.

I would do the same if I had the money. 

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GlitterRose

There are actual case studies in that article from real doctors who encountered people who would be diagnosed with Autism today. 

And some of them from the 1800s.

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GlitterRose

But you won't hear it.

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Crazy Horse
2 minutes ago, ChaosRose said:

Riiiight...biased "documentary"...yep...Smithsonian...nope.

Got it.

This is why you won't hear any real information, Crazy Horse.

So if you won't hear it, there's really no point in wasting my time. 

Everybody knows how the Smithsonian is the gatekeeper for the governerment/religious/economic elites.

Wake up!

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GlitterRose
Just now, Crazy Horse said:

Everybody knows how the Smithsonian is the gatekeeper for the governerment/religious/economic elites.

Wake up!

So...you're ignoring any actual scientific information, because those people are educated?

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Crazy Horse
3 minutes ago, ChaosRose said:

But you won't hear it.

What that?

Speak up, I deaf in one ear.

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GlitterRose
Just now, Crazy Horse said:

What that?

Speak up, I deaf in one ear.

Apparently, you're deaf in both. And blind, too. 

If you want to remain ignorant on the subject at hand, there is nothing anyone else can do about that. Nothing.

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Crazy Horse
Just now, ChaosRose said:

So...you're ignoring any actual scientific information, because those people are educated?

No, its not that they are educated, thats not the problem, more to do with the agendas of those criminally insane folk, the ones behind our governments, religions, and Big Pharma too.

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GlitterRose
Just now, Crazy Horse said:

No, its not that they are educated, thats not the problem, more to do with the agendas of those criminally insane folk, the ones behind our governments, religions, and Big Pharma too.

And yet we can show the actual agenda of Wakefield, and it doesn't move you. 

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Crazy Horse
1 minute ago, ChaosRose said:

Apparently, you're deaf in both. And blind, too. 

If you want to remain ignorant on the subject at hand, there is nothing anyone else can do about that. Nothing.

Yeah, too many vaccines as a baby..

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GlitterRose

You've got this mad conspiracy theory going on, but you haven't considered how easy it would be to convince people not to vaccinate their children. 

Apparently, it is very easy.

How about that for a conspiracy? 

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Crazy Horse
Just now, ChaosRose said:

And yet we can show the actual agenda of Wakefield, and it doesn't move you. 

Do you know, 100%, why he was doing what he was doing?

To be honest, you might be right about him, but the crimes committed by the CDC show without doubt the disgusting nature of this whole sick business - pun optional.

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GlitterRose
Just now, Crazy Horse said:

Do you know, 100%, why he was doing what he was doing?

To be honest, you might be right about him, but the crimes committed by the CDC show without doubt the disgusting nature of this whole sick business - pun optional.

What crimes are they accused of?

Wakefield was found guilty of ethics violations, and it is well-known that he had financial conflicts of interest.

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Crazy Horse
2 minutes ago, ChaosRose said:

You've got this mad conspiracy theory going on, but you haven't considered how easy it would be to convince people not to vaccinate their children. 

Apparently, it is very easy.

How about that for a conspiracy? 

Wheres the money in that, wheres the population control, wheres the sadistic pleasure in seeing babies die in front of their mothers eyes?

 

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GlitterRose

Apparently, 10 out of 12 of his own people retracted after they found out what he was up to. 

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