Vaccines and the Blood Brain-Barrier

David Rothscum Reports

May 16, 2009

I would like to expand on the information I gave about autism in an earlier report called “Autism, Eugenics and the split within Humanity”, where I showed the effects that autism will have on our society, and how these effects benefit those in control.

It is no longer a point of debate whether vaccines cause autism or not.
In March of 2008 the case of Hannah Poling became known to the public. Time Magazine takes great care to downplay the case by writing that:

Government health officials have conceded that childhood vaccines worsened a rare, underlying disorder that ultimately led to autism-like symptoms in Hannah, and that she should be paid from a federal vaccine-injury fund.

The facts are there however. People who blame the rare underlying mitochondrial disorder ignore the fact that her mother had the same condition but never developed autism:

Jon Poling said Hannah, like her mother, has a rare inherited mitochondrial disorder. Mitochondria are the “power batteries” inside every cell of the body and supply the cell with energy.

Poling said the fact that his wife did not have autism showed Hannah did not inherit it from her mother, and contended it was the mercury in the vaccine preservative thimerosal that triggered the condition in their daughter.

The subject of the debate has now changed from whether vaccines cause autism or not to the number of cases of autism that are caused by vaccinations. The evidence points towards most cases of autism being caused by vaccines. Most people believe that the Mercury containing Thimerosal that has been used for years in vaccines is linked to autism and the evidence backs up their claims. A study published by the CDC tried to put an end to the claims by parents scientists and other concerned individuals that vaccines cause autism. It claimed there was no link between vaccines and autism. When people used the Freedom of Information act to demand the original findings to be released however they discovered that the original findings showed that a single mercury containing vaccine raised the chance of a child becoming autistic eightfold. The study can be found here. Dr David Ayoub discusses various other studies linking Thimerosal to autism in his presentation here.

Many make the mistake of assuming that Mercury is the sole cause of autism though. If this were the case, we should see virtually no new cases of autism anymore since Thimerosal has been taken out of most vaccines. The incidence of autism continues to increase though. The reason we continue to see autism is that other ingredients in vaccines besides Mercury cause autism as well. Vaccines can cause autism by causing brain inflammation. The ingredients in the vaccines reach the brain and cause the body to attack it’s own brain with autism as the result.



Author: Leslie Carol Botha

Author, publisher, radio talk show host and internationally recognized expert on women's hormone cycles. Social/political activist on Gardasil the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls. Co-author of "Understanding Your Mood, Mind and Hormone Cycle." Honorary advisory board member for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.