The Genesis of the Man Made Epidemic
ten years. 20 years. 25 years. 30 years. How many years have we waited for the government and media to recognize that autism is a man-made epidemic and ask the questions we’ve been screaming for 10 years, 20 years, 25 years, 30 years, and more? Age of Autism was created by Dan Olmsted and Mark Blaxill while writing their book, The Age of Autism Mercury, Medicine and a Man Made Epidemic. The book has been critically acclaimed in our circles and thoroughly ignored in mainstream circles, or worse, like so many other books that exposed the reality of autism.
The Washington Post, long opponent of the vaccine safety community, has asked if the novel coronavirus could have started a man-made epidemic. Imagine. Only 17 months after we first heard the name of this virus, tough questions are “allowed”. Months. Not years. Why?
Renewed focus on the Wuhan lab is messing up pandemic policy
Senate Democrats lined up with Senator Josh Hawley, Mo., one of their least favorite Republicans, to support a move urging the Biden government to release information on whether the novel coronavirus is from a Chinese one Laboratory originates. A House of Representatives’ democratically-led subcommittee promises to investigate the origins of the virus, including the laboratory’s safety data.
And President Biden, in an unusual public statement, ordered US intelligence services to “redouble their efforts” to pinpoint the cause of the pandemic, suggesting that the virus may have spread from animals to humans, but also from the Laboratory could have escaped.
I started to wonder what if the Covid lockdown disaster, and now the incredible rush to get 3 or more brand new vaccines still in experimental use, will help people understand the autism epidemic that is Began in the early 1990s? What was a conspiracy theory might open your eyes now.