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Autism is on an accelerated rise! I searched the internet for why but decided to visit the Autism Society of Ontario on King St. West for more information and/or opportunity for serious conversation. Standard information was shared but it was not new to me. I voiced my concerns about the increased vaccination today versus when I or the spokesperson was an infant.

I realized that as I voiced my concerns she became very "rushed" and "hurried" the conversation and herself out of the conference room. As I was leaving the office, she continued to walk into her cubicle/office with her back to me.

Why is it that people now adays cannot have a serious conversation about what is affecting and how it is affecting infants who have no voice and parents who put much trust in the medical system?

In no way was I rude mind you. I simply was seeking conversation that rationale. It was too much to expect. We have lost the art of conversation. We have lost the art of science and medicine. We have lost the appreciation of unbiased and non-industry supported research. Most are zombies walking about and living with what can be prevented.

I learned from this visit that the association acts as secondary suppport to affected parents and family. So go ahead, play Russian roulette with your child's health: if she/he becomes negatively affected by the vaccines (lots of them) then we can stand in line to beg for "support" to deal with the vaccine related injury.

People, I need you all to respond as this affects does not affect me at the present moment but it may in the future as it will you, if it has not already.

Robert
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