We are in an epidemic of chronic diseases — including Autism — that were rare decades ago, but today affect tens of millions of adults and fully one-half of our children. 1 Moreover, thousands of adults and children die each year from sudden unexplained causes. 2 Many doctors and scientists say that clear evidence links these health problems to vaccines and mercury.
Is history repeating itself? Consider tobacco, asbestos and lead. Even the ancient Romans knew lead was poison yet it was in our gas and paint for decades before being removed. Why was that?
For some time, substantial evidence has linked vaccines and mercury to death and major chronic diseases, including Autism. Why is this evidence being ignored?
In the case of lead in the 1920’s, the US Public Health Service tried unsuccessfully to ban it in gasoline, for the obvious reason that it’s a poison. But the voices of those with economic and political interests that profited from lead were louder. It wouldn’t be until 1986 before lead would be finally phased out.
Those profiting from it manufactured doubt to keep lead on the market and their profits coming in. When people tried to stop them – by pointing to all the health problems they were causing – the companies making the profit used their political influence to stave them off – just like they did with Asbestos and Tobacco.
Dangers to health were ignored and the companies kept making money. Profits mattered more than people, until enough voices were heard.
Are vaccines and mercury causing injury and chronic disease to the millions of children that are required by law to take them?
Is mercury in vaccines and dental fillings doing the same?
Public Affairs Media is presenting compelling evidence of measurable physiological links connecting vaccines and mercury with injury and chronic disease – including Autism.
A distinguished community of leading doctors and scientists has been raising some serious questions about the safety and consequences of vaccines and mercury.
Our film documentary will examine key issues in the ongoing controversy including:
Is there a major problem with vaccines and dental mercury?
If not. Why not?
If so, who and what are to blame?
Who should bear the responsibility?
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