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He asks: did the MSM read the report?

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Wolf BirdPosted: Aug 28, 2011 - 09:31

I shoot you dead.

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I ask: Mr. Adams, did YOU read the report? I doubt you did.
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The Real RoxettePosted: Aug 28, 2011 - 09:46

There ARE more sluts in public schools. Shut up and let me explain.

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Furthermore, the conclusion that "vaccines do not cause autism" is erroneous, as the IOM did not interview even a single parent of an autistic child and did not conduct a medical review of any autistic children whatsoever. Instead, the IOM claims to have reviewed thousands of vaccine papers published in conventional medical journals -- yes, the very same medical journals that are practically run by pharmaceutical interests and have been caught publishing "scientific" articles that were really fraudulently ghostwritten by drug company hacks.
I like how he's still on the MMR vaccine causes autism kick that's been debunked harder than 2012 nonsense.

Further, I'm glad Mike provided a link to said report that he tells us so much about... oh wait, he didn't. He wouldn't want you to do anything like verify his claims.

So what's the 411, yo? It's that there were some suggestions that several vaccines might cause some problems in an extreme minority, but the evidence was so little that definitive conclusions couldn't be reached. That's sort of different than vaccines simply cause seizures and other bad side effects, including fatalities.

Overall, though, the amount of potential side effects is still vastly overshadowed by the millions of lives continually saved and improved with vaccines. The benefits outweigh the risks to such a great scale, that the risks shouldn't be considered when figuring out whether or not you should get vaccinated.

What's even more funny, but typical of conspiracy theorists, he takes the IOM report at face value, that their information is accurate when he inaccurate re-reported that they showed vaccines cause all types of problems, but of course then goes on to say that when the report says there's no concrete evidence that the listed problems are caused by vaccines, it was "was reviewed by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as well as a military weapons manufacturer."

So the report is right and it's wrong at the same time. It's right when it benefits Mike's arguments, but anything at all that doesn't help Mike is wrong and a product of Big Pharma.

That's very convenient Mike.
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