Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Autism is genetic? NOT A CHANCE!

Chris Kirckof
Why has there been an exponential rise in autism? Why has there been skyrocketing rates of childhood cancer? Why are kids today sicker than any other generation? It's the vaccines...it's always been the vaccines. They are making everyone look at anything but the vaccines. Why do you think they haven't found the answer to those questions...they aren't looking because they have known the whole time.
Autism is genetic? NOT A CHANCE
Everyday prostitution organizations like the CDC and mainstream media attempt to push more propaganda into the genetic myth of autism. When trapped by a lack of evidence, defenders of a nefarious position resort to their old standby…the epidemiological study. Statisticians will tell you that the least reliable type of study is an epidemiological study because it is easy to manipulate the data so that the study tells you anything you wish it to. Every defense offered by vaccine defenders is based on such studies and never the actual science. Then they announce that the issue is settled and no further studies need be done
“Genetic drift,” the amount genes change over time, is 1% per 100 years. With such a slow pace of change, there can be no such thing as a sudden ‘genetic epidemic.’ The autism epidemic (at about ‘1 in 36’) cannot be due to genetic drift.
If autism were genetic, because it affects more males than females, geneticists teach us that it would have to be to an X-chromosome-linked disorder. (Girls, having two X chromosomes, would then have a redundant good chromosome, so the disorder would not manifest as often in females as in males who have only one X chromosome.) For a girl to have autism then, she would need to receive a defective X-chromosome from each parent, meaning they both carried the defect. The problem lies in the fact that if the father has the defect to pass onto his daughter, and it is on his only X-chromosome, then he should be affected by the disorder as well. Since autistic daughters rarely, if ever, have autistic fathers, the theory that “autism is genetic” fails because its claim does not match the empirical evidence. Corresponding to the sharply increasing level of mercury and aluminum in the immunization schedule globally, which started in the late 1980’s, there has been an increasing rate of autism among children. This also explains why autism among 40-, 50-, 60-, 70- and 80-year-olds is not epidemic, but rather rare. Those over 30 did not routinely get levels of vaccine-related neurotoxic exposure high enough to cause autism.
Autism diagnosis sit at 1 in 36 and 1 in 27.5 for males. Researchers have established that testosterone increases the toxicity of mercury, while estrogen protects from it. Therefore, at the level contained in our vaccines, mercury affects boys disproportionately due to their having higher testosterone levels. Research shows that those with autism had lower levels of glutathione, a powerful antioxidant that helps our body clear toxins. Testosterone blocks the body’s ability to make glutathione and that mercury binds to glutathione, thus inactivating whatever stores the body may already have. Mercury also raises testosterone levels, while dramatically lowering glutathione. At special risk would be those individuals who have a family history of low estrogen and high testosterone.

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