The Amish Don’t Get Vaccinated and They Rarely Get Autism, Cancer, or Heart Disease — Coincidence?

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by S.D. Wells

Do not talk about whether vaccines work or not, or whether or not they cause autism, unless you’re ready for a very heated debate. Although the link between vaccines and autism is nothing new, to even speak of it can get you labeled as an “anti-vaxxer” or a health fanatic of sorts by the sheeple (brainwashed masses) that believe every vaccine the CDC recommends not only works, but is 100% safe and 100% effective 100% of the time. Even if some vaccines work some of the time, are they worth the health risk? That is the ultimate question, because one statistic you may not know is that children who receive mercury-containing vaccinations (listed as thimerosal usually) are 27 times more likely to develop autism than those who don’t get those jabs. That comes from a recent study based on the CDC’s own data. Still want to keep it a hush-hush topic?

Pediatricians in America are not allowed to question vaccines at all, nor are they allowed to recommend less than the CDC recommends, or they face the wrath of the AMA – the infamous American Medical Association – that finds a way to shut down the “contenders,” sometimes even taking away their license to practice medicine. Big question: would the statistics of autism suddenly bottom out if mercury was removed from all vaccines, including flu shots? (By the way, the CDC lied when they said mercury has been removed from all vaccines).

Nary is a case of autism in the Amish communities of America

For starters, children are not born with autism. It appears during infancy or childhood, and is brought on by an overload of neurotoxins either consumed, injected or ingested from environmental factors, or all of the above. In fact, the recent autism spectrum disorder (ASD) spike over the past two decades in the USA directly coincides with the vaccine schedule increase, by quantity and frequency, enforced by the CDC. To understand why autism is next to non-existent for the Amish, consider that the Amish have been “cut off” from American scientific and medical “progress” for centuries, thus they’ve had less exposure to the major factors that trigger autism, including the most likely proponent–vaccines.

Take a little trip to the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country and try to tag yourself even half a dozen Amish children with autism and you’ll come up short. If statistics matched our national average, there would be about 200 in the Amish community, but to date, there are only three, one of which was adopted and brought over from China. Go figure. Another one actually did get vaccinated and developed autism shortly afterwards. Go figure again.

Here are some universal and national statistics to consider. Autism affects over 20 million people around the world, and occurs in boys four to five times more often than girls. In the US, one in every 68 children has some form of ASD, a 30% increase from just 2012. Why is that, you’re asking yourself? United States kids get 50 inoculations before age seven, many that are combinations containing multiple disease strains, mercury, formaldehyde (yes, embalming fluid for the dead), monosodium glutamate (MSG) and aluminum, just to name a few neurotoxins. Flu shots contain the highest levels of mercury, up to 25,000 times what the EPA allows as a maximum in drinking water and edible fish. Mercury is the second most poisonous element know to mankind.

Due to religious beliefs, the Amish opt out of all vaccines

Fortunately for the Amish, they’re also opting out of three of the most controversial vaccines on the market today: hepatitis B, HPV (human papillomavirus) and of course, the MMR (measles, mumps, rubella combo) that was implicated in the CDC vaccine-autism-link and biggest medical cover-up in history, ever. Conflicting with CDC claims, the multi-dose version of hepatitis B still contains thimerosal (50% mercury). The immature central nervous systems and the liver of Amish newborns are spared this volatile toxin thanks to their parent’s religious beliefs. Amish children experience hardly any learning disabilities at all, in fact. Nor are the Amish experiencing typical US diseases like cancer, heart disease and diabetes. This could all be because they don’t eat GMO, take chemical pharmaceuticals, or vaccines. Surely, no government run regulatory agency will ever run this comparison of Amish health vs. non-Amish health, but the reality speaks for itself.

Still, the CDC refuses to regulate the vaccine industry and instead literally promotes toxic chemicals, dangerous heavy metal toxins, carcinogens and lethal “preservatives” like mercury. It’s all about lifestyle and natural health these days, if you really want immunity that doesn’t come with a boatload of permanent and debilitating “side effects,” like autism spectrum disorder, Asperger’s syndrome or liver cancer.

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  • dav1bg

    But we are worried about mercury coming out of the stacks at power plants which burn coal. You would have to live next to a power plant for a thousand years to get the mercury in one flue shot. But each power plant has to spend tens of millions per year doing carbon injection which then makes the fly ash from that plant unusable in concrete and causing millions of tons per year to go into landfills. Thus Lowering everyone’s standard of living and making mountains of waste. Typical EPA.

  • James Bennett

    This is my favorite argument when debating the vaccine issue.
    It’s hard to argue with.
    It transcends science.
    Simple to understand.

  • Gil G

    Like the Amish the author and like-minded folk believe people had better health 150 years due to “simpler, gentler living.” Heck I’ll bet the author assumes diseases of 150 years were simpler and gentler too.

    • Tim Webb

      The infectious diseases of 150 years ago were virtually eliminated by improvements in diet and sanitation in the western world.
      So combine that with a cessation of vaccination; and hey presto.
      Universal good health.

      • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

        Hey presto. . .

        There it is. . .

  • It is not Paranoia

    We all should learn from them.

  • Phil_Ossifer

    The Amish are something of a closed, homogenous society that doesn’t breed outside of the group. Could be that keeping the bloodline more or less “pure” is what keeps rates of cancer and other diseases low; the genetic predisposition to such diseases has not been “imported” into the group to any great extent. That, and the simple lifestyle embraced by the Amish all contribute to the relative absence of such diseases. As It Is Not Paranoia said, we all should learn from them.

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    • Tim Webb

      There is little evidence for a genetic predisposition to cancer in the general population, but much evidence that a healthy, organic, non-pesticide, non herbicide-enriched diet can perform miracles in reversing such conditions should they arise.
      Thus, the Amish conundrum.
      And thus, the indication for the way forward.

    • Rayven Wrathchild

      Birth defects are not unusual community. Most don’t live long.

    • Steve Rusk

      In the first place Amish are a statistically small group, their lifestyle is much different than the average American. They shun much of our technology, plastics included, limiting their exposure to many chemicals not to mention electromagnetic radiation. They are also physically much more active than the average American. Possibly the biggest factor to their good health is their food intake, most of their food is produced within their community in gardens where the soils are well maintained and they eat no factory farmed meats.
      Additionally “pure bloodlines” are frequently haunted by the specter of inbreeding which far from protecting any group immunities, concentrates genetic anomalies. Always a concern of groups like this as few outsiders choose or are allowed to join them and many children leave once they reach adulthood.

  • breakawaymotorsports .

    I won’t let anyone inject me with anything unless i am unconscious, on a gurney. I had a flu shot once..and that year I was sick as a dog. I got a poison ivy shot..and got poison ivy for the first time. I saw a trend and stopped getting shots. So far,so good.

  • Lance Hollandsworth

    Go another level, take a “Control Group” of Amish, and a control group of regular citizens living in the next county over from an Amish settlement and do a control study. I’m sure you’ll find that Vaccines do cause problems but they refuse to do it because they don’t give a shit about you…..

    • Tim Webb

      It’s worse than that.
      They actively seek your death.
      I wonder who owns all the drug companies?
      And the media companies which demonize anti vaxxers”??
      And academia and the “medical profession” which promote the vaccine agenda??
      In order to reduce the population of goyim by adding anti-HCG to the other poisons?????
      And which add cytotoxins and radiation to the “therapy” they offer, should you develop cancer?

      “Even the best of the Gentiles should be killed”.
      ( rabbi Shimon ben Yohai. )

  • Junior1950

    Given the known HARMFUL side effects of the vaccine(s) meant to prevent the disease(s) the vaccines are designed for, I’ll take my chances with the disease(s). Besides, the FLU shot only protects (supposedly) against one or two strains of the FLU, so, more than likely, you’re going to wind up with some type of FLU anyway, so why bother?? Studies have been done that have proven the SHINGLES vaccine (Zostavax) to be 99% INEFFECTIVE!!!! Pneumonia vaccine???? I have a Pharmacist friend who said, and I quote: “The pneumonia vaccine is only effective against one or two types of pneumonia. There are so many different types of pneumonia that you would only be wasting your time and your money on the pneumonia vaccine”!!!! Need anymore be said about the effectiveness of vaccines in general????

  • Rayven Wrathchild

    They also don’t eat fructose laden super sugary drinks, over processed commercial cereals or grains. All of this drives up sugar levels which is the REAL cause of diabetes and heart disease.

    Their diets have a lot of fat too. That doesn’t seem to be a problem and they get exercise instead of playing on a stupid smart phone or video game.

    So let’s not just jump to a direct correlation that’s it is due to lack of vaccination. It’s obvious this piece is pseudoscience and has an agenda!

  • j.hendricks

    Love the Amish life, I myself was raised on a farm, 40’s-50’s. Our milk meat and water was not from a factory, Did not use monsanto sprays, and I still try to live
    w/o chemicals. so far OK.

  • Tiger

    The government is well aware of all the bad side affects of every single drug that is OK’D, take a look at the side affects on TV when they talk about a drug. They know that people will die but they figure not enough for people to worry so it is worth putting out there for those many it helps or they believe it helps.

    As to the Amish they live a life among themselves, eat pure food and they are not in stressful situations like the average person here. I will give you an example of how the system works. My son had mono, I recognized the symptoms. He was diagnosed and then instead of doing another step they used to do to make sure he was over it, they figured most people do get over it but guess what? He was one of the few that got it again. Being an RN I knew what he had so back to the doctor whose nurse says noway I said yes way so they did the test and yes he had it again.

    Mono affects every single organ in your body and to have it twice is twice as bad. There is no way to bring back all your health. So don’t think drugs or medications are not hurting you because they are. Best to know what you are taking, take as little medication as you can and as to vaccines well all of my children had them and when your baby is born they are given shots of all kinds immediately I know I worked Labor and Delivery for awhile. My mother was a herbalist that beat cancer thirty years and she raised me on vitamins and minerals and herbs and natural food. She had been a POW for the duration of WWII and swore the cancer wouldn’t get her and it didn’t for all those years. I was lucky to have her.

    I still take my vitamins, minerals and herbs and eat right. Exercise the whole enchilada. No medications unless have to like a bad infection. Been to the hospital only for emergencies the past 25 years, dislocated elbow and two spider bites. That is it.

  • Steve Rusk

    Not mentioned in the piece is the link between Autism and PCBs.