Amish people lack autism. It isn’t something common in their circle. This has been baffling for the scientists for a very long time. They also don’t have any learning disabilities that are very present in our everyday technological life. They don’t use any technology.
They eat products that are always fresh and organic, because they grow them themselves. Another interesting thing is that they don’t use vaccines. That has made the people in their community healthier than anyone and resistant to any chronic disease. Some of the diseases that are very present in our everyday lives like diabetes, cancer and heart disease don’t even exist in the Amish villages. They also don’t have any GMO product. What do you think? How is it possible that they are healthier than any human being who lives in the modern world.
Until now, in the Amish community there have been only 3 verified cases of autism. All of the three children were vaccinated. There is a connection between autism and vaccines definitely, but none of the people who are a part of the great pharmaceutical companies will confirm that. Even the Government claims that the Amish people have some kind of a super gene which makes them immune to autism. According to them, autism is a kind of a genetic failure that only attacks brains that are based on religious affiliations. The ones who advertise vaccines will do anything and say anything so that they don’t confirm that it is their industry that is causing all of the chronic diseases. Only in the USA, all children have a staggering 2% of developing autism and it doesn’t stop there. This percentage is growing very fast with every new day.
All the Government officials harass Amish people constantly because they want to convince them to vaccinate their children. They still won’t do it, but several people have started to doubt and want to try vaccination. Health officials don’t have any right legal or whatsoever to harass these people and make them start using vaccines. There’s no doubt that the more Amish people accept vaccines, the more autism cases will be increased in their community. Amish people consider vaccines are against God’s will. That may be true as they don’t offer many benefits as we know.
The vaccines that are used every day are mostly for viruses that don’t exist anymore. But, the media frightens people with their campaigns that children must be vaccinated. One of those viruses that can’t be found anymore is the polio virus. According to Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, a polio case was noticed in Peru in 1991 and it is considered to be the most recent case. In 1994, it was said that there isn’t any more polio there.
The media went mad once again, but this time in 2005 when polio was found in the stools of four Amish children. Still, they didn’t admit that the version which appeared was chemically-inactivated and it can only be received by a vaccine that is given orally. It means that the vaccine causes it. That’s when Government officials started to harass Amish people even more to start using vaccines.
The only organ which produces polio antibodies is the tonsils, so people used to removed them surgically only to prevent themselves from the virus. When silver started to be used in medicines, then they invented a vaccine. It was considered to be the only safely-digestable substance that kills viruses. When they started to use the vaccine, the epidemic stopped. What they did is that they only manipulated masses to start using radiation, vaccines and chemistry in order to stay healthy.
Dr. Mark Donohoe claims that people who had their tonsils removed could develop paralysis probably more than people who didn’t remove them. Other people also developed illnesses which became paralytic only because of the use of vaccines. Vaccines can make even the smallest health problems like colds or the flu to become much more dangerous. Amish people still don’t have problems with autism, paralysis, polio or anything that dangerous and that’s probably because they are protected from the dangers of the modern world.
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