The Amish Don’t Get Autism but They Do Get Bio-Terrorism


amishPeople 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 They live in a society that consists of outdated technologies and ideals, at least by contemporary standards.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, the government, or Big 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.



2 thoughts on “The Amish Don’t Get Autism but They Do Get Bio-Terrorism

  1. Interesting about the Amish, I do agree there is a link between the quality of the food that is widely available, and many widespread health concerns. My boys do have autism, one who we vaccinated, and one who we only gave the whooping cough vaccination to (due to a local outbreak). I think vaccinations do have their place, but factor in toxic lifestyles, GM food, and extra medication for every malady under the sun, and you are compromising your health further! Then the ones that try to eat healthy and stay away from all these chemicals are seen as freaks, and have no money leftover after trying to achieve that costly ultimate organic status. I think the Amish are on the right track.

  2. I look at our nation, and how much it has changed over time, by a few voices. Voices that are growing louder with lies and manipulation and we are losing our freedoms daily like lambs to the slaughter. It is time our small voices keep telling the truth, and give others the support and strength they need to say “STOP” Vaccinations lead many to believe they are helping our future but this country has an epidemic of medical issues hat continues to cripple what this nation was built on. We see new disease crop up in our vaccinated animals, as well. More skin issues, tumors, cancer, and diabetes on the rise. Please read the medications you take, ask questions, and always look for the safest God created food or herb to maintain and heal the body He created. Blessings

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