Scott: The last time we talked, we talked about vaccines and autism and I think just this week a new report came out...
Dr. Stephanie Seneff: Yes.
Scott: ... saying the incidence of autism are increasing.
Seneff: 1 in 45.
Scott: ... which happens every year...
Seneff: That's the worst we've seen, one in fourty-five. Right on the chart, so we're headed for the 1 in 2 by 2032 according... if you just extend the numbers.
Scott: But when those numbers come out the doctors or the health officials say, it's alarming, but we're not really sure.
Seneff: They always try to say 'oh we're just reporting more, we're just diagnosing more', which is I think, absolutely not the case. I actually think we might be diagnosing less. Because when you think about it, in the school system, it's a tremendous burden. Once you say a child has autism, you're obligated to treat them with very special treatment that requires a lot more money. And I think all of the schools are going to become really burdened, probably already are, by the cost of all these extra autistic children, of teaching them. It amazes me that people think there isn't actually more.
When I think about my childhood, I never met an autistic person in my entire childhood. I have an autistic child just down the street from me at home. People at work, you know I know people at work with autistic children, I mean it's just amazing to me, that's its so pervasive, and that we're so, somehow so immune to the alarm. I don't understand why there aren't more people like myself that are absolutely terrified of the future the way this thing is going. It puzzles me that people are just going about business as if everything's fine.
Scott: But there's such a campaign to say it's not vaccines. What do we know about the connection, possibly between vaccines and autism right now?
Seneff: Right, I mean of course the government has done a really good job of suppressing the information that's out there. And there's been quite a bit written on the aluminum, in particular, which is one that I've focused on. Aluminum is definitely neurotoxin, of course mercury is too. They claimed they took the mercury out and the autism rates continued to go up, and therefore it's not the mercury. It's not that simple, because as they took out the mercury, they were also increasing the amount of aluminum in the vaccines, which would compensate for that. So you're just substituting one chemical for another. And of course, glyphosate was going up rapidly at that time, in the food. Glyphosate is the active ingredient in RoundUp. I think there is tremendous synergistic toxicity between the toxic chemicals in the food and the toxic chemicals in the vaccines. And I think this is why vaccines have become much more toxic today than they used to be, because of this synergy.
We've heard plenty over the years about mercury in vaccines and their subsequent removal. But did it get replaced with something that might be just as bad? Dr. Stephanie Seneff discusses autism rates and the possible connection with vaccines. She explains the potential connection between the two and how there is a possible link that's rarely ever discussed. When it comes to the toxins in vaccines, it may not be the mercury, but this now, could be making them toxic!
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