Neurotoxin Aluminum in vaccines, Mother’s food, Breast milk and infant formulas and other products ingested in utero and after birth, Cumulative 4925 micrograms by 18 months in injections
“Aluminum, used as a adjuvant in many vaccines, is a neuro toxin. Why are we injecting it in tiny babies?”…Citizen Wells
“Mercury is a highly toxic element; there is no known safe level of exposure. Ideally, neither children nor adults should have any mercury in their bodies because it provides no physiological benefit.”…National Institute of Health
“”You’re a traitor!” yelled the boy. “You’re a thought criminal!””…George Orwell, “1984”
I have argued for some time that autism may be caused by the cumulative affect of putting too many harmful substances in babies in utero and shortly after birth.
At least 2 of those substances, mercury and aluminum are neuro toxins.
It never made sense to me to put neuro toxins in vaccines and then bombard young babies with too many of the vaccines at once or over a short period of time.
And also to ignore other methods of ingesting neuro toxins such as those absorbed by their mothers and passed along in utero or in mother’s milk after birth.
I am not against vaccines.
I am against stupid.
Do vaccines cause autism?
It is clear that the substances in vaccines, especially the neuro toxins, probably are contributing factors. Especially when we bombard the young and helpless.
Increased amounts of aluminum in the brain are now linked to Alzheimers.
From Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s Childrens Health Defense.
“A variety of recent studies have focused on aluminum overload prenatally and perinatally. Nowhere is the overexposure to aluminum more apparent than in childhood vaccines. A two-month-old infant may receive up 1,225 micrograms of aluminum from the adjuvants in vaccines at a single well-baby appointment and a cumulative 4,925 micrograms by 18 months of age—astronomical levels that have never been assessed for safety. A 2018 analysis concluded that the reasoning that has allowed such high levels of aluminum to remain in childhood vaccines is deeply flawed and “place[s] infants at risk of acute, repeated, and possibly chronic exposures of toxic levels of aluminum.”
From the CDC.
Common substances found in vaccines include:
Aluminum gels or salts of aluminum which are added as adjuvants to help the vaccine stimulate a better response. Adjuvants help promote an earlier, more potent response, and more persistent immune response to the vaccine.
From the US Department of Health Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.
The most sensitive target of aluminum toxicity is the nervous system.
Impaired performance on neurobehavioral tests of motor
function, sensory function, and cognitive function have been observed
in animals. Neurobehavioral alterations have been observed following exposure
of adult or weanling animals and in animals exposed during gestation
Children who are exposed to high levels of aluminum exhibit symptoms
similar to those seen in adults, including neurological effects and skeletal effects.
We do not know if children are more susceptible than adults to aluminum
From the NIH.
“Infants’ exposure to aluminum from vaccines and breast milk during the first 6 months.”
“The success of vaccination programs in reducing and eliminating infectious diseases has contributed to an ever-increasing number of vaccines given at earlier ages (newborns and infants). Exposure to low levels of environmental toxic substances (including metals) at an early age raises plausible concerns over increasingly lower neuro-cognitive rates. Current immunization schedules with vaccines containing aluminum (as adjuvant) are given to infants”
“Pragmatic vaccine safety needs to embrace conventional toxicology, addressing especial characteristics of unborn fetuses, neonates and infants exposed to low levels of aluminum, and ethylmercury traditionally considered innocuous to the central nervous system.”
From the World Journal of Pediatrics.
“Aluminum exposure and toxicity in neonates: a practical guide to halt aluminum overload in the prenatal and perinatal periods”
“Background: During the last years, human newborns have been overexposed to biologically reactive aluminum, with possible relevant consequences on their future health and on their susceptibility to a variety of diseases. Children, newborns and particularly preterm neonates are at an increased risk of aluminum toxicity because of their relative immaturity.”
Human newborns are experiencing a massive exposure to biologically reactive aluminum, with possible relevant consequences on their future health and susceptibility to a variety of disease states. Although it is not absolutely well established that aluminum causes adverse effects on human health, children, newborns and particularly preterm neonates are at an increased risk of aluminum toxicity because of anatomic, physiologic and nutrition-related factors
not present in other populations. Preterm infants have recently been included among the four groups of people at elevated risk of systemic aluminum intoxication after repeated ingestion of monomeric aluminum salts. Aluminum overload has been demonstrated in neonates, particularly in premature infants undergoing parenteral nutrition or receiving intravenous fluid
“In conclusion, it is clear that aluminum represents a significant component of newborns’ exposure to xenobiotics and contaminants, that preterm infants
are at a high risk of aluminum overload with possible pathological consequences, not only in the perinatal period, but even in childhood and adulthood. An
ambitious but measured plan aimed at preventing aluminum overexposure in neonates should be initiated by the community of gynecologists and neonatologists, starting with the following options: alerting the medical
community about the risk of aluminum exposure in the early period of life; and extending with caution information to pregnant women and to mothers about the vulnerability of infants to early exposure to this metal ion, eventually forcing manufacturers to indicate the level of aluminum contamination in every
neonatal product. Such a plan may put perinatologists at the center of a new challenge: to reduce aluminumrelated human pathology, not only in neonates but even in children and adults, probably participating in the prevention of the epidemic increase of neurodegenerative diseases of elderly people.”