The Amish Don’t Get Autism? And They Don’t Get Vaccinations – Possible Link?

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People outside the alternative health community are often confused by the lack of autism in the Amish people.  
The Amish do not experience autism, or any of the other learning disabilities that plague our technological society.  The Amish live in a society that consists of outdated technologies and ideals, by contemporary standards.  Their diet consists of eating organic, fresh, locally-grown produce, and of course, they do not follow the established vaccination routines.  To the dismay of the mainstream media and the medical establishment, this has resulted in a healthier people, that are void of all of our chronic diseases.  Heart disease, cancer, and diabetes are virtually non-existent in Amish villages.  Equally non-existent are modern, chemically-engineered medicines, enhanced (chemically-engineered) foods, G.M.O. foods, and of course, vaccines.  How is it that those who are without the “miracles” of modern orthodox medicine are healthier?  The truth about health, medicine, and how they both relate to the Amish is becoming an embarrassment to some rather powerful people.
There have been 3 (yes three) verified cases of autism in the Amish, and at least two of those children were vaccinated.  No information is available for the third.  The strong correlation betweenvaccinations and autism is absolutely undeniable, unless you work for the medical establishment, the government, or Big Media.  Proponents of the status-quo claim that the Amish obviously have a special super gene that makes them immune to autism.  They pathetically try to rationalize that autism is some type of genetic failure (i.e. God’s fault), which attacks a brain based on religious affiliation.  We’re tentatively expecting a space alien theory next, in a similar vein to the aliens theory used to attack those who believe in a Creator.  This is truly is F.D.A. and A.M.A. science in all its shining glory.  Vaccine proponents are willing to espouse any ridiculous explanation, so long as they do not have to accept that their entire industry of vaccinations is causing chronic disease, leaving autism for 1 in every 100 children now.
When the Amish are simply left alone, to live free of chemical toxins found in our medicines and foods, they are not plagued with diseases, learning disabilities, or autism.  They are categorically more intelligent, with the exception of advanced (college-level) writing skills, which is explainable by the fact that English is not their primary language.  Could it be those same Amish ‘super genes’ at work again?  Society could learn greatly from their example, if we would only stop poisoning ourselves, and our children on a routine basis.
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One Response to “The Amish Don’t Get Autism? And They Don’t Get Vaccinations – Possible Link?”

  1. Mike says:

    From Tina:

    Nice job! As a heads up, you linked to Learning disability on Wikipedia which is not WC3 accessible for people with serious learning disabilities. Websites can’t be accessibility compliant without sacrificing design, interactivity and general user experience for visitors without disabilities (paying 50% more for designers and coders might help, but would still fall short).

    I partnered with the Accessible Web Initiative (theaccessibleweb.net). We created a new website, Dopa, which has the needed accessibility html/code and design elements. We converted the very comprehensive Wikipedia page about learning disabilities so it’s functional for those that rely on web accessibility. All websites don’t need to have accessibility, but accessible alternatives should be available to all.

    Would you mention my article on the Tab Blog page for those that rely on web accessibility? The URL is: https://dopasolution.com/learning-disability/

    Best wishes,
    Tina Richardson

    PS: There are 159 problems on the Wikipedia page found by Tenon.io, the leading testing tool for accessibility, and you can see them here: https://tenon.io/testNow.php?url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Learning_disability
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