The Amish Don't Get Autism, But they Also Don't Vaccinate
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The Amish Don't Get Autism, But they Also Don't Vaccinate
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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 most of the other learning disabilities that plague our technological society. They live in a society that consists of outdated technologies and ideals, at least by contemporary standards.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, who are void of all of our chronic diseases. Heart disease, cancer, and diabetes are virtually non-existent in Amish villages. Equally non-existent are our modern, chemically-engineered medicines, enhanced (chemically engineered) foods, G.M.O. (genetically engineered) foods, and of course, vaccines. How is it that those who are without the so-called “miracles” of modern orthodox medicine are healthier? The truth about health, medicine, and how they both relate to the Amish has become an embarrassment to some rather powerful people.

There have been 3 (yes three) verified cases of autism in the Amish, and two of those children were vaccinated. No information is available for the third child, who was likely vaccinated himself. The strong correlation between vaccinations and autism is becoming undeniable, unless you work for the medical establishment (pharmaceutical company), the government, or the Adveritising companies called Mainstream Media. Proponents of the status quo actually claim that the Amish must have a super gene that makes them immune to autism. They rationalize that autism must be some type of genetic failure, which attacks brains based on religious affiliations. It is truly the best of 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 industry is causing chronic disease. Due to all their help, children in the United States have a stunning 2% chance of developing autism, and that percentage is growing rapidly.

Government Harrasment

The Amish are constantly harassed by health officials, who attempt to convince them to vaccinate their children. Whilst most Amish still refuse to vaccinate their children, a small minority are beginning to succumb to the scare tactics. This continues despite the fact that health officials actually have no legal right to visit peoples’ homes and harass them into accepting 'medications'. As more of the Amish vaccinate, the autism rates in their community will rise. Fortunately, the majority of the Amish still contend that vaccinations are against God’s will, which interestingly enough, does indeed seem to be bringing about many health blessings.

Many of the viruses which children are vaccinated against are no longer circulating. However, fear tactics by the media have led frightened parents to vaccinate their children against these viruses anyway. One of those viruses is polio. Dr. Sherri Tenpenny reported that the most recent case seen in the Western Hemisphere was in Peru, in 1991. The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) declared the Western hemisphere free of Polio in 1994. Such inconvenient figures are not cited by the mainstream media, doctors, or the American Medical Association.

On October 14, 2005, the media swung into hysteria after the vaccine-strain of the polio virus was found in the stools of four Amish children. The media initially declined to mention that it was the chemically-inactivated version, which is only found inside the orally-given vaccine. This means that the source for the out-break was the vaccine itself. The situation was sensationally exploited to terrorize parents who had been avoiding vaccines.

The horrors of polio were greatly exaggerated by the allopathic establishment’s across-the-board removal of tonsils, which is the only organ that produces polio antibodies. Around the same time, the newly-created F.D.A. began suppressing the use of silver in medicines, which was the only safely-digestable substance that was known to kill viruses (like polio). Finally, ‘the solution’ that industry desired, namely a vaccine, was released at the time that the epidemic was naturally ending, so that the industry’s vaccine could be given credit. All of this was orchestrated to manipulate the masses into buying into vaccines, radiation, and chemistry for health.

During the polio epidemics, it was found that people who had their tonsils removed were 3 – 5 times more likely to develop paralysis… There were many at that time that suggested that polio was an iatrogenic disease[caused by the medical establishment] … we caused thousands of cases of paralysis. We did not cause the polio, but we converted people who would have recovered from a viral illness into people with a paralytic illness.

– Dr. Mark Donohoe

 With vaccinations, we convert people who may have had natural immune-strengthening infections like the flu, or chickenpox into people who have life-changing disorders like autism. None of the Amish children who had polio in their stools experienced paralysis, or any other horrific symptoms. That fortunate conclusion to their infections is likely the result of them lacking the ‘miracles’ of allopathic medicine. //Kristan Harris

Comments (18)
1. 25-10-2016 12:18
Speech/Language Pathologist
This is not true. I worked in Middlefield and Burton, Ohio and we had many Amish students with Autism, Down Syndrome, hearing impairment, and behavior disorders. They all ate processed foods and used microwaves in their barns. They had more special Ed students than any other group.
Lyn Phoenix-Abbottwav
2. 17-02-2016 01:49
Speech/Language Pathologist
They don't live in water damaged, mold infested, shoddy built houses either. Do some research on indoor mold exposure, and neurological illness!
3. 14-02-2016 00:12
This is the worst "article" I have ever read about Amish people. Nothing but lies! My family is Amish and I live in Holmes County, Ohio... None of this "information" is factual. This is the problem... People are actually going to believe this garbage, simply because someone with absolutely no knowledge of the Amish wrote it and posted it on the internet.
Alison Miller
4. 16-01-2016 04:07
Pharma Provides 75% of all Ad $$$... and
Girls Seizing after HPV Vaccine - "Cephalic Storm" 3 min. 
It's preposterous that we even debate this masquerading genocide.
5. 30-11-2015 05:08
Truth Seeker
I am surprised at the number of comments supporting vacination. If you support vacation, please continue to get vacinated. But, please do not impose your beliefs on others by supporting manditory vacinations. Please view Dr Carley's videos for more info.
6. 08-11-2015 22:16
Truth Seeker
More propaganda to spread lies that put people at risk. Where's the studies to support this? Anyone can write this crap.
7. 26-10-2015 21:00
Truth Seeker
If you all really think it was a tv title, prove it!!! Give us the youtube link where the video of the show comes on to prove yourselves!!! You are no more valid than just another blogger wanting to make a point! Always prove yourself on the internet as the only gainful info is nothing but lies unless you show proof!!![/B]
know your facts! Show me!
8. 25-10-2015 20:31
This is irresponsible writing. Those of us who have lived and worked with the Amish know perfectly well they have children with autism and a despite a possible genetic immunity process for some that at least 50% of Amish have their children vaccinated and that doctors don't sign with Dr. in front of their name, they put MD or DO afterwards. Please remove this article before you help kill innocent children with your words because too many parents were convinced by (see article) the creep lawyer in England who started the spreading the false information.
Goldie Milgram
9. 17-10-2015 22:48
Here is Real Research! 
If we ask the same questions we’ll get the same answers. We’ve asked the autism vaccine question over two dozen times and each time we get the same response: no relationship. We need to move on. We need to invest in studying genetics, the brain structures of children with autism, and environmental factors that may be playing a role.
Special Education Teacher
10. 17-10-2015 18:18
Causation/correlation Flop
This gets into the whole causation/correlation argument. I.e. it is a fact that annually, as ice cream consumption goes up, so does the rate of crime in the U.S. Therefore ice cream must cause crime, right... In reality, more people eat ice cream in the summer and more crime is committed because there are more people are outdoors in the summer. Ice cream is not to blame after all... Before you can say it is X, you have to eliminate all other possibilities, you fail to do that in any way. 
Also have to take into consideration that the Amish shy away from visiting traditional doctors and public education and have almost no interaction with the psychological field. Much more difficult to be diagnosed if you have no/limited contact with those that would diagnose. I agree that we should be more basic in some of our treatments but I am also thankful for the millions of lives saved by vaccines and after 21 years in the military, I can assure you I have vaccines flowing through my veins than most. There are most likely undocumented cases of autism within their community. They also aren't exposed to the same environmental toxins that we are, which could play a role. I think it's hilarious that there's a million things it could be, yet these "scientific" thinkers jump directly to vaccines.
11. 17-10-2015 02:27
Causation/correlation Flop
The Amish don't get Autism?? the Amish are also not black hit I am glad the stock photo from itv1.. A channel in the UK was useful..... The people in the photo are British and filmed a reality show!! so please let me trust this writer... While every other medical study shows different. why are there brain scans of unborn babies showing the same as those withe the diagnoses!!
Reality tv
12. 13-10-2015 21:36
Requesting list of sources
I want to see where the information you presented came from, if possible.
13. 13-09-2015 15:47
Amish Driver
This article is a bunch of crap! Don't believe everything you read, most especially pertaining to this article!!! I have worked in the Amish community for nearly 7 yrs. I was the driver for the special needs school children. They do get autism and they DO NOT get vaccines. They do have heart disease n yes, they do get and die from cancer as well. Yes, they do see the same doctors as we do, as well as exploring alternative methods for optimum health. Educate yourselves and don't take someone's word for it. Some folks just don't have all the facts n jump to conclusions based on what they have heard, not what they have actually witnessed.
14. 11-09-2015 14:20
Amish Driver
The Amish DO get autism. This entire article is a bunch of hogwash and based on someone who has obviously not been immersed in the Amish community to know what they get or don't get. They have heart disease and cancer just like the rest of us. Oh, and the picture.....well let's just say they aren't Amish at all but converts and Mennonites. Amish do not allow their pictures to be taken. I live in Lancaster County, PA and am a large animal humane police officer so the majority of my calls are on Amish farms. Believe me, they have as much autism in their community as the rest of us plus a whole raft of other genetic issues which are rare in the English society. Please know your facts rather than reaching for a myth in the hope people will join your movement.
15. 07-09-2015 20:29
Amish Driver
Actually they do get autism, might want to do some better research.


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