Film Review: Evidence of Harm

Evidence_of_Harm_1080‘Evidence of Harm’ is a film about amalgam fillings and the appalling damage the mercury in those fillings causes people. It tells the story of the mercury poisoned people, the specialists fighting desperately to stop the use of amalgam and the dentists that do the drilling: some of the dentists believe amalgams are harmful, and some don’t. It delves deep into the politics of mercury with the American Dental Association (ADA) under the spotlight, and highlights some of the history from the early mercury days in the 1800’s to put things into perspective.

Research from the last few decades is reviewed and gives an up to date picture of where we are today in terms of the 50 percent mercury content of amalgam fillings. An astonishing number of people still receive amalgams even today in 2016. Many dentists, scientists, courts and official spokes-people are interviewed and give their views. It quickly becomes clear there is a mountain of evidence that supports what every normal, rational, unbiased person can understand: putting mercury in your mouth, close to your brain, is an incredibly dangerous thing to do, and yet somehow dentists across the world still continue to use amalgams to fill teeth.

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Book review: ‘Evidence of Harm’ by David Kirby

9780312326456This is an autism book. All about mercury in vaccinations that’s been screwing up our kids big stylee these last 20-30 years. Written in 2004, so it is a little dated now. This was one of the first books to get everything down in writing and explain to the common parent why their kid regressed into the pit of autism. It also tells them that there is a cure, and that some kids do get better with some treatments. There is hope! Which is awesome to strive after, awesome to spread the word.

It’s a big, long, complicated, small-writing type book. Takes dedication to read. It’s a great book, but not for the faint-hearted! More a marathon than a sprint. But that’s ok, the more I learn about mercury the better. And yes, Autism seems to be caused by mercury in vaccinations. The author goes into some serious detail in trying to balance both sides of the argument, but fails most of the time and comes down on the side of: “Its mercury you dump-arse! You cannot expect to inject small babies with known mega-toxins and not have bad things happen!”

I really enjoyed the book. Made me appreciate I am not alone in my battle and struggle to have the ‘western allopathic world’ understand me and my mercury poisoning. If you are feeling down, feeling low, feeling unloved, feeling like the whole world is against you, if you need some company, then read this book and see the appalling treatment these parents received when they tried to uncover the truth and protect future kids from being poisoned.

It is wildly and blatantly obvious the FDA and all the authorities could not afford to have mercury as having damaged so many kids, for so long. They are the authority and questioning authority is just not acceptable when they are in control!

Reading books like this make me understand why we, as amalgam poisoned people, get even less sympathy from the people that are supposed to protect us. If the authorities are content to poison new born babies with thimerosal, and then ignore and blind-side everyone and everything that points at the problem…if they can do that to little babies … then we as adults are buggered. Best just get on with healing in every-which-way that we can.

For those of you not up on your autism, looks like mercury is the culprit. Why else would autistic kids that chelate mercury out suddenly get better??

Complicated subject, but a cool book. I have read two big long books on autism and consider myself educated now. Next I will read some fiction. These health books are heavy duty!

Take care everyone

The Age of Autism – book review

I’m gonna do a book review today. This was recommended to me by Rebecca Rust Lee after she read my book. She said I’d like it and I certainly did.

First up, I’m not autistic, nor is anyone in my family, but I do have a good friend in Australia that is at the business end of autism. Leanne is chelating her kids using the Cutler protocol. Sorry, I should say; Leanne is successfully chelating her kids using the Cutler protocol 🙂 She told me earlier this year that her son had ‘emerged’ and was well and truly on the road to recovery and that significant progress had been made. Happy dayz! Leanne is a bit of a legend and we have been emailing each other for a couple of years. She is my only real connection to autism, although I have read about it during my travels because it is connected to the amalgam poisoned community. It thought I should get involved to learn a bit more about something that affects so many people’s lives today.

‘The Age of Autism’ is written by a journalist and a father of a child diagnosed with autism. It is NOT a book about how to get better from being autistic. They set out to discover what causes autism, or what might cause autism, or what factors might contribute to becoming autistic. They delved back into history to see if they could discover its roots, see when it all started. Is it a new disease? Or an old one that’s been with us eon’s?

And this is where the book gets interesting for me. Basically the first half of the book, and it’s a hefty and wordy beast of a book, the first half of the book is all about mercury. Over 200 pages dedicated to the history of mercury in our environment and in medicine going back to the 1800’s, all the way up to today. And the history of mercury in our society is absolutely horrific. Mercury pollutes our world and was used indiscriminately and willy-nilly as a cure-all. Anything that was wrong with you back-in-the-day and the doctors smothered you in, or made you drink vast quantities of mercury. This sometimes cured the patient of their ills, but almost always caused them mega-grief and mega-hassle. If you think you got it bad, people 100 years ago had no hope and no chance. They just went mad and died in misery.

I found it extremely odd there was nothing in there about how to cure autism, people are getting better after all, but I suppose that is another couple of books worth of writing.

Cool book. I believe the more we understand about the underlying problem, the easier it is to do meaningful things to help ourselves. And that’s what this book is: background info on us and our problem: mercury poisoning in all its gory glory. For that reason the book is relevant to everyone with mercury issues, not just the autism angle. Once people understand autism is just another form of mercury poisoning…I guess they too can take appropriate actions.

Education is key.