Medicine’s black helicopters come to town

Black helicopters — a symbol for conspiracy theorists and, for lack of a better term, wackos. Sadly, the U.S. has become a wellspring of goofy claims and theories and one of the more prevalent ones hit Sioux Falls this week.

Evidently, about 200 people showed up Thursday night to hear a Canadian physician, Dr. Andrew Moulden, warn about the dangers of vaccines. Of course, the media has been filled for a year or more with Jenny McCarthy and Jim Carrey talking about vaccines and autism. But there’s one flaw in all this: VACCINES DO NOT CAUSE AUTISM. While there are potential side effects, the risks of not vaccinating children are far greater.

Here’s a few things I bet people at this meeting didn’t hear. It turns out the study that began the whole controversy by claiming the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine causes autism is based on altered data. Earlier this year, the so-called Vaccine Court ruled in three different cases — the strongest of the ones before it — that there is no causal connection between vaccines and autism. Not only do most studies show there is no link between vaccines and autism, within the last two weeks, a major study determined a tiny genetic variation on a particular chromosome was present in over 65 percent of autism cases.

Black helicopters may well be a good comparison to this presentation as it looks like Dr. Moulden also believes in them. He is a leader of something called the Canadian Action Party. In his 2008 “Leader’s Message” he made it a point to warn people that the “new world order” is on the way, promoted by elitist groups. You know, the Bilderbergs, the Trilateral Commission and their fellow travelers. The CAP also supports a more recent conspiracy fixation, the so-called 9/11 “truth movement”.

Believing in and advocating conspiracy theories is one thing. But it goes beyond the pale when it amounts to endangering the health of children. And it isn’t just the one unvaccinated child who is in danger. As the number of such individuals grow, there is greater risk to those who may not have been vaccinated for legitimate reasons.

The risk is easily seen. Since the MMR-autism scare began, there has been an unpredented increase in measles in the U.K. while incidences of mumps have increased 700 percent. In the U.S., there have been marked increases in diseases such as pertussis (“whooping cough”) and the number of measles cases in 2008 was the highest in more than a decade. More than two-thirds of those measles cases involved unvaccinated individuals and half of all the measles cases in 2005 were traceable to one unvaccinated person.

So let me repeat: VACCINATIONS DO NOT CAUSE AUTISM. Refusing to vaccinate children, however, can not only make them sick, they — and others — can die. It is the anti-vaccination movement, not vaccines, that put children’s health at risk.

The great irony of vaccine success is that parents today are unfamiliar with the diseases they prevent.

Denise Fields and Dr. Ari Brown, Baby 411

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4 comments to Medicine’s black helicopters come to town

  • Albert Olofsson

    What a pile of crap this article is, utter bs and completely incredible.

  • Tim

    Thank you for your insightful and highly persuasive rebuttal.

  • I wholeheartedly agree with Albert Olofsson: this article is a pile of utter crap.

    For one thing, there is no evidence whatsoever that vaccines have ever prevented any diseases,protected anyone, or saved anyone’s life, let alone that “vaccines have save the “lives of millions” – as the psychopaths who promote this ugly and brutal racket claim.

    Vaccination is an organised criminal enterprise, a form of biological warfare against civilians under the guise of disease prevention. For over 200 years now, humankind has had its bloodstream and DNA blighted with this medical insanity, while countless chldren have been blighted this toxic filth.

    American Dr. Herbert Shelton once said: “Belief in immunization is a form of delusional insanity.”

    Indeed. Australian Dr A Kalokerinos MD: “The further I looked into it, the more shocked I became. I found that this whole vaccine business was indeed a gigantic hoax. Most doctors believe that vaccines are useful, but when one looks at the proper statistics one finds that this is not so.”

    Some of these statistics can be found by googling ‘health sentinel graphs’. The graphs clearly show that vaccines are ineffective. To find out how dangerous vaccines are and what a vaccin can do to a baby, google ‘Ian’s Voice.’


  • Tim

    Ah, yes, the good old international conspiracy to “to sap and impurify all of our precious bodily fluids.” Undoubtedly, polio and smallpox eradicated themselves and the vaccines had nothing to do with it.

    And just so everyone is clear, Herbert Shelton was not a medical doctor but a graduate of the “College of Physcultopathy” and a school of “naturopathy.” And while Dr. Kalokerinos may have had a medical degree, he contends massive doses of vitamin C will cure just about everything and that vaccinations are a process of genoicde. Not surprisingly, one report on his presentations indicated he “ignored anything that happened after the 1970s, and presented no evidence to back his claims.”

    No doubt, there are black helicopters helping with this biological warfare.