May 2, 2005 journal, the truth about vaccinations but when will the truth be recognized.

The truth is that corporate America sacrifices the health of children to fatten their wallets.

I continue quoting from part one of information that should of been made public before, continuing from yesterday on mercury and other dangers being injected into the children.

They do not care about the health of children. What is different in us and Hitler health?

He experimented with chemicals on people, we are profiting at the expense of children.

Therefore I continue quoting from the vaccine cover up report by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

"It withheld Verstraeten's findings, even though they had been slated for immediate publication, and

 told other scientists that his original data had been "lost" and could not be replicated. And to thwart

the Freedom of Information Act, it handed its giant database of vaccine records over to a private com-pany, declaring it off-limits to researchers. By the time Verstraeten finally published his study in 2003, he had gone to work for GlaxoSmithKline and reworked his data to bury the link between thimerosal and autism. Vaccine manufacturers had already begun to phase thimerosal out of injections given to American infants -- but they continued to sell off their mercury-based supplies of vaccines until last year. The CDC and FDA gave them a hand, buying up the tainted vaccines for export to developing countries and allow-ing drug companies to continue using the preservative in some American vaccines -- including several pediatric flu shots as well as tetanus boosters routinely given to 11-year-olds. The drug companies are also getting help from powerful lawmakers in Washington. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, who has received $873,000 in contributions from the pharmaceutical industry, has been working to immunize vaccine makers from liability in 4,200 lawsuits that have been filed by the parents of injured children. On five separate occasions, Frist has tried to seal all of the government's vaccine-related documents -- including the Simpsonwood transcripts -- and shield Eli Lilly, the developer of thimerosal, from subpoenas. In 2002, the day after Frist quietly slipped a rider known as the "Eli Lilly Protection Act" into a homeland security bill, the company contributed $10,000 to his campaign and bought 5,000 copies of his book on bioterrorism. Congress repealed the measure in 2003 -- but earlier this year, Frist slipped another provision into an anti-terrorism bill that would deny compensation to children suffering from vaccine-related brain disorders. "The lawsuits are of such magnitude that they could put vaccine producers out

of business and limit our capacity to deal with a biological attack by terrorists," says Andy Olsen, a legislative assistant to Frist.  Even many conservatives are shocked by the government's effort to coverup the dangers of thimerosal. Rep. Dan Burton, a Republican from Indiana, oversaw a 3-year investigation of

thimerosal after his grandson was diagnosed with autism. "Thimerosal used as a preservative in vaccines

is directly related to the autism epidemic," his House Government Reform Committee concluded in its final

report. "This epidemic in all probability may have been prevented or curtailed had the FDA not been

asleep at the switch regarding a lack of safety data regarding injected thimerosal, a known neurotoxin."

The FDA and other public-health agencies failed to act, the committee added, out of "institutional mal-feasance for self protection" and "misplaced protectionism of the pharmaceutical industry."  The story of how government health agencies colluded with Big Pharma to hide the risks of thimerosal from the public is a chilling case study of institutional arrogance, power and greed. I was drawn into the controversy only reluctantly. As an attorney and environmentalist who has spent years working on issues of mercury toxicity, I frequently met mothers of autistic children who were absolutely convinced that their kids had been injured by vaccines. Privately, I was skeptical. I doubted that autism could be blamed on a single source, and I certainly understood the government's need to reassure parents that vaccinations are safe; the eradication of deadly childhood diseases depends on it. I tended to agree with skeptics like Rep. Henry Waxman, a Democrat from California, who criticized his colleagues on the House Government Reform Committee for leaping to conclusions about autism and vaccinations. "Why should we scare

people about immunization," Waxman pointed out at one hearing, "until we know the facts?" It was only after reading the Simpsonwood transcripts, studying the leading scientific research and talking with many of the nation's preeminent authorities on mercury that I became convinced that the link between

thimerosal and the epidemic of childhood neurological disorders is real. Five of my own children are members of the Thimerosal Generation -- those born between 1989 and 2003 -- who received heavy doses of mercury from vaccines. "The elementary grades are overwhelmed with children who have symptoms of neurological or immune-system damage," Patti White, a school nurse, told the House Government Reform Committee in 1999. "Vaccines are supposed to be making us healthier; however, in 25 years of nursing I have never seen so many damaged, sick kids. Something very, very wrong is

happening to our children." More than 500,000 kids currently suffer from autism, and pediatricians diagnose more than 40,000 new cases every year. The disease was unknown until 1943, when it was”