Tell me I’m not the only one who loves the Vaxtards who are constantly crying “vaccines don’t cause autism”, “thimerosal is safe and it’s not mercury anyway”.
Well, as a result of my love, I’ve been doing a little research… Don’t worry, Vaxholes. I know you guys like to laugh, saying we parents like to think we’re scientists and specialists with a whopping degree in Google. No, CDC-Butt-Takers… I’m simply RELAYING the scientists and specialists… and I dedicate this compilation to you spoon-fed imbeciles.
You’re welcome! 😉😚 ~Nic~
“…because of the ‘theoretical risk’ of harm from mercury, thiomersal was removed from most childhood vaccines as a precautionary measure”.
Thiomersal / Thimerosal:
“There is a significant safety margin incorporated into all the acceptable mercury exposure limits. Furthermore, there are no data or evidence of any harm caused by the level of exposure that some children may have encountered in following the existing immunization schedule. Infants and children who have received thimerosal-containing vaccines do not need to be tested for mercury exposure… Nevertheless, because any potential risk is of concern, the Public Health Service (PHS), the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), and vaccine manufacturers agree that thimerosal-containing vaccines should be removed as soon as possible….”
For more information:
Notice to Readers: Thimerosal in Vaccines: A Joint Statement of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Public Health Service:
Toxic Substances Portal – Mercury:
Firstly, we must ask: How much mercury (methylmercury) does thimerosal (ethylmercury) contain?
On February 2nd, 2018, the FDA wrote:
“A vaccine containing 0.01% thimerosal as a preservative contains 50 micrograms of thimerosal per 0.5 mL dose or approximately 25 micrograms of mercury per 0.5 mL dose. For comparison, this is roughly the same amount of elemental mercury contained in a 3 ounce can of tuna fish.”
(MY NOTE: Thimerosal is approximately 50% mercury (Hg) by weight, i.e. ethylmercury (thimerosal) is approximately 50% mercury (methylmercury) by weight).
The aforementioned may be seen in the provided screenshot and located:
Thimerosal and Vaccines:
“In 1999, concerns were raised in the United States of America about exposure to mercury in vaccines. This was based on the realization that the cumulative amount of mercury in the infant immunization schedule potentially exceeded the recommended threshold set by the United States government for methyl mercury. However, thiomersal, the preservative in some vaccines, contains ethyl mercury not methyl mercury. The Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety (GACVS) first assessed this issue at a special meeting in August 2000. The Committee review has been ongoing since then.
Expert consultation and data presented to the GACVS indicate that the pharmacokinetic profile of ethyl mercury is substantially different from that of methyl mercury. The half-life of ethyl mercury is short (less than one week) compared to methyl mercury (1.5 months) making exposure to ethyl mercury in blood comparatively brief. Further, ethyl mercury is actively excreted via the gut unlike methyl mercury that accumulates in the body.”
Global Vaccine Safety – Statement on Thiomersal:
Well, I personally call bullshit on the claims that vaccine safety levels regarding thimerosal are actually researched and I also call bullshit on the claim that thimerosal is safe. Here are my reasons:
Exposure to Mercury and Aluminum in Early Life: Developmental Vulnerability as a Modifying Factor in Neurologic and Immunologic Effects:
Currently, ethylmercury (EtHg) and adjuvant-Al are the dominating interventional exposures encountered by fetuses, newborns, and infants due to immunization with Thimerosal-containing vaccines (TCVs). Despite their long use as active agents of medicines and fungicides, the safety levels of these substances have never been determined, either for animals or for adult humans — much less for fetuses, newborns, infants, and children. I reviewed the literature for papers reporting on outcomes associated with (a) multiple exposures and metabolism of EtHg and Al during early life; (b) physiological and metabolic characteristics of newborns, neonates, and infants relevant to xenobiotic exposure and effects; (c) neurobehavioral, immunological, and inflammatory reactions to Thimerosal and Al-adjuvants resulting from TCV exposure in infancy. Immunological and neurobehavioral effects of Thimerosal-EtHg and Al-adjuvants are not extraordinary; rather, these effects are easily detected in high and low income countries, with co-exposure to methylmercury (MeHg) or other neurotoxicants. Rigorous and replicable studies (in different animal species) have shown evidence of EtHg and Al toxicities. More research attention has been given to EtHg and findings have showed a solid link with neurotoxic effects in humans; however, the potential synergic effect of both toxic agents has not been properly studied. Therefore, early life exposure to both EtHg and Al deserves due consideration.”
Thimerosal and Animal Brains: New Data for Assessing Human Ethylmercury Risk:
“… the proportion of inorganic mercury in the brain was much higher in the thimerosal group (21–86% of total mercury) compared to the methylmercury group (6–10%). Brain concentrations of inorganic mercury were approximately twice as high in the thimerosal group compared to the methylmercury group. Inorganic mercury remains in the brain much longer than organic mercury, with an estimated half-life of more than a year. It’s not currently known whether inorganic mercury presents any risk to the developing brain…
(MY NOTE: In other words, this poses a much greater risk of damage to the brain due to the cumulative effect of thimerosal).
The researchers emphasize, however, that the risks associated with low-level exposures to inorganic mercury in the developing brain are unknown, and they describe other research linking persistent inorganic mercury exposure with increased activation of microglia in the brain, an effect recently reported in children with autism. They recommend further research focused specifically on the biotransformation of thimerosal and its neurotoxic potential.”
Effect of Thimerosal, Methylmercury and Mercuric Chloride in Jurkat T Cell Line:
“In the literature, however, there are few data showing the effect of organic and inorganic mercury on cell viability. Considerable concern has been expressed recently over the cumulative dose of ethyl mercury given to children through routine immunizations (Geier et al., 2010; Hornig et al., 2004). The source of mercury in vaccines is the antimicrobial preservative thimerosal, containing 49.9% mercury by weight. Our findings demonstrate that thimerosal at the concentration usually found in vaccines, affects significantly cellular viability. A recent paper showed that after thimerosal exposure at the same concentration as tested in the present study, a human glioblastoma cell line displayed a similar effect (James et al., 2005).”
I don’t want this to get too long and tedious for readers, so I’m just going to finish up with the following cases and a couple of relevant links. What is this, you ask? As you may see in the screenshots, these are some cases that have been legally compensated by the VICP (Vaccine Injury Compensation Program) whereby the words ‘autism” and “autism-like symptoms” were used.
Unanswered Questions from the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program: A Review of Compensated Cases of Vaccine-Induced Brain Injury:
But, sshhhh. Don’t tell anybody because remember:
❌ Thimerosal is safe, even though they claim they removed it from vaccines and despite the science that proves it isn’t.
❌ Vaccines don’t cause autism, even though the VICP have compensated at least a couple dozen cases alluding to exactly the opposite.
P.S. Aluminium – a vaccine ingredient – is also neurotoxic and causes autism. For various articles regarding the toxicity of vaccines, aluminium, autism; not to mention several other corruption-exposing ones…