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Massive meta-analysis finds definitive link between autism spectrum disorder and gender dysphoria; “vaccines” were the catalysts that precipitated it all

December 29, 2022admin

TheCOVIDBlog.com
December 29, 2022 (updated 10:20 p.m. Pacific)

Did you know that there is an autism “pride flag?”

The COVID Blog® first coined the “LGBTV” (for vaccines) acronym in a November 16, 2021 article. Mr. Eric Turner is a homosexual bodybuilder who suffered a post-injection coronary artery dissection. He frequently hurled vile vitriol at the non-vaccinated for no reason via his social media channels. Many LGBTV vaxx zealots do this, only to turn up dead or maimed from the injections later on. See Richard Rowe, Jason Maurer, Bill Branch, Thomas Senzee, etc.

We posited that since the LGBT acronym arbitrarily adds and/or subtracts letters seemingly every few months, that “LGBTV” should be the final iteration during The Great Reset. The injections are essentially required in that culture, that religion, if you will. The very pro LGBTV Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation found in August 2021 that 92% of LGBTV Americans (n=15,042) had received at least one mRNA or viral vector DNA injection by July 2021. That’s compared to 57% of the entire U.S. population to have received one injection by that time.

HRC published updated data in March 2022. It found that 93% of LGBTV were “fully vaccinated” (one J&J shot or two mRNA shots), with 96% boosted or planning to get boosted. The general U.S. population is 40% boosted. This group is very proud of these stats. It is a rite of passage, their “pride” of sorts. It makes sense when taken together with all the available information about these strange bedfellows (vaccines and homosexuals).

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This blogger has written several times that he received only one vaccine (MMR) as a child, as did many other Generation X kids. We all got chickenpox, and were locked in basements with classmates, comics, cartoons, and candy until we healed. These were called “chickenpox parties.” We loved being out of school for a week despite the ugly rashes.

By high school graduation time, we had never heard the word “transgender” or its variants (until a few Jerry Springer episodes in the mid-1990s). There were zero “gay” kids in our Midwest high school. The ones who turned homosexual as adults were not that way as kids. And other than the small classroom of kids we immaturely labeled the “r-word,” most of us didn’t learn the words autistic and autism until college.  All of the foregoing changed for future generations in the mid-1990s.

Only 1 in 10,000 American kids were autistic in 1970, according to The Autism Community in Action. Most kids received the MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) and DTP (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis) shots at that time. Some still received polio shots, but that faded as the decade went on. The haemophilus influenzae (Hib) shot was introduced in 1985. Hepatitis B vaccines were recommended for babies in 1991.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) published its first official childhood vaccine schedule in 1995. It included multiple doses of six different vaccines, including the new varicella zoster (chickenpox) shot, before babies turned two years old. Autism rates increased from 1 in 10,000 in 1970 to 1 in 1,000 in 1995, or a 900% increase in 25 years. Coincidentally or otherwise, the term “LGBT” (previously “GLBT” before feminists moved the female “L” in front of the male “G”) was also forced onto the world in 1995. The Ellen DeGeneres “coming out” on Oprah was in 1997. It got worse.

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Autism rates increased dramatically in only five years, from 1 in 1,000 in 1995, to 1 in 150 American kids in 2000. Today U.S. babies receive at least 24 doses of 10 “vaccines” by their 15th month of life, according to the latest CDC schedule. And if said babies have obedient parents, they receive 12-15 more shots, plus annual flu shots from ages 18 months to 18 years. As of 2018, 1 in 44 American kids is on the autism spectrum.

A February 2022 Gallup Poll found that 21% of Generation Z kids (born in 1997 or later) identified as LGBTV. Millennials and Generation X were at 10.5% and 4.2%, respectively. Thus since the turn of the millennium, childhood vaccines, homosexuality and autism have all dramatically increased in unison.

Mainstream media and the medical industrial complex have bend over backwards for two decades, attempting to “debunk” the obvious, common sense positive correlation between “vaccines” and autism. The CDC still claims that vaccines do not cause autism. But the U.S. mainstream will not and does not want to touch the observable positive correlation between homosexual culture and autism. They do not want to draw attention to the phenomenon at all, just like all the research showing Ivermectin  being a highly-effective treatment for cancer, is done outside the U.S.

RELATED: Truth Bombshell: 9 peer-reviewed studies conclude that Ivermectin is a powerful, highly-effective anti-cancer drug (April 11, 2022)

Canadian researchers published their findings on the positive correlation between homosexuality and autism in the 2014 textbook Comprehensive Guide to Autism. Gilmour et al. concluded that “compared to those without ASD [autism spectrum disorder], emerging research suggests that individuals with ASD are more likely to adopt a sexual minority orientation (i.e., homosexual, bisexual, and asexual).”

A 2017 study (Australian researchers) published in the peer-reviewed journal Autism Research compared 309 ASD subjects to 310 typically-developing (TD) subjects. The ASD group was 70% homo, bi, or asexual compared to 30% of the TD group. Researchers concluded:

“The results support the impression that non-heterosexuality is more prevalent in the autistic population.”

These types of studies are scattered all over medical journals and in academia. But there’s never been a comprehensive, one-stop study that solidifies the truth regarding the positive correlation between autism and homosexuality. That all changed in May 2022 when British researchers published the most authoritative study on the subject to date. And somehow said study has sat out there in relative obscurity.

“The chances that there is not a link between ASD and GD/GI are negligible”

We don’t split hairs with all the pronouns, “72 genders,” etc. that homosexuals use to describe their lifestyle choices. But for clarity herein, gender identity disorder, or gender dysphoria (GD), is the official mental illness that is now called “transgender” in mainstream media. Gender incongruence (GI) is another word for homosexual.

Aimilia Kallitsounaki and David M. Williams are psychology professors at the University of Kent in the United Kingdom. They identified 1,019 studies that found some sort of overlap between autism and homosexuality. Kallitsounaki and Williams narrowed it down to 47 studies based on very specific, rigorous criteria (e.g. only peer-reviewed studies, no dissertations, only quantitative results were eligible, etc.).

The study was broken down into two parts: a systematic literary review and the meta-analysis of said studies. When it was all said and done:

  • 8,662 GD/GI subjects with clinically-diagnosed ASD were included in the meta-analysis.

  • 4,664 GD/GI subjects with ASD traits and a 494,791 subject control group were used for the ASD traits/GD/GI analysis

Several observations from the analysis support “child groomer” theories. There are also conclusions and observations that point to mainstream media and society at-large grooming adults to be homosexuals. For instance:

“…elevated ASD traits in children OR in mothers predicted high gender nonconformity in children. The greater the number of ASD traits reported by parents in these children, the more parent-reported gender variance in these children…[In] non-autistic adults with no clinically significant levels of ASD traits, [researchers found] a positive and significant association between the number of self-reported ASD traits and the number of concurrent GD feelings.”

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Put another way, mothers who reported autism traits in themselves (but were not clinically-diagnosed with autism) were more likely to say their kids were homosexual. Further, adults with no clinically-diagnosed autism concurrently self-reported autism traits and homosexuality. In other words, adults blame fake autism for their sexual degeneracy.

Parents of clinically-diagnosed autistic kids are more likely than parents of non-autistic kids to endorse and facilitate their children’s spoken wish to be the opposite gender from what they were born. The study also found that autistic adolescents were 2.12 times more likely to wish being the opposite gender than the control group. Autistic adults were 2.46 times more likely to wish the same versus their control counterparts. A few more interesting observations are as follows:

  • autistic children were over 4 times more likely to have a co-occurring diagnosis indicating GD than were non-autistic children.

  • parents of autistic children reported significantly more gender variance in their children, compared to parents of non-autistic children.

  • autistic individuals were significantly more likely to be GI and to have or plan to have a gender transition than non-autistic people.

Researchers concluded:

“There is (a) a positive relationship between ASD traits and GD/GI feelings among people from the general population, (b) an increased prevalence of GD/GI in the autistic population, and (c) an increased prevalence of ASD diagnoses and ASD traits in the GD/GI population. Overall, these findings suggest the existence of a link between ASD and GD/GI that warrants the investigation of mechanisms that could explain that link and the intensification of clinical attention to autistic GD/GI individuals.”

Read the full study here.

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The world order already changed in 2022

by Thierry Meyssan

It is a constant of History: changes are rare, but sudden. Those who bear the brunt of them are generally the last to see them coming. They perceive them only too late. Contrary to the static image that prevails in the West, international relations have been turned upside down in 2022, mainly to the detriment of the United States, the United Kingdom and France, often to the benefit of China and Russia. With their eyes riveted on Ukraine, Westerners do not perceive the redistribution of the cards.

It is rare for international relations to be shaken as they were in 2022. And it is not over. The process that has begun will not stop, even if events disrupt it and possibly interrupt it for a few years. The domination of the West, both the United States and the former colonial powers of Europe (mainly the United Kingdom, France and Spain) and Asia (Japan), is coming to an end. No one obeys a leader anymore, including the states that remain vassals of Washington. Everyone is now beginning to think for themselves. We are not yet in the multipolar world that Russia and China are trying to bring about, but we are seeing it being built.

It all started with the Russian military operation to enforce Security Council Resolution 2202 and protect the entire Ukrainian population from its "integral nationalist" government. Of course, this event is not at all what is perceived in the United States, the European Union, Australia and Japan. The West is convinced that Russia has invaded Ukraine to change its borders by force. Yet this is neither what President Vladimir Putin announced, nor what the Russian army did, nor how events unfolded.

Let’s leave aside the question of who is right and who is wrong. It all depends on whether one is aware of the civil war that has been tearing Ukraine apart since the deposition of its democratically elected president, Viktor Yanukovych, in 2014. Westerners forgetting the 20,000 deaths of this war cannot consider that the Russians wanted to stop this massacre. As they ignore the Minsk agreements, of which Germany and France were guarantors alongside Russia, they cannot consider that Russia has put into practice the "responsibility to protect" that the United Nations proclaimed in 2005.

Yet former German Chancellor Angela Merkel [1] and former French President François Hollande [2] have both publicly stated that they signed the Minsk Agreements, not to end the civil war, but on the contrary to gain time and arm Ukraine. Both of these figures congratulate themselves on having framed Russia while accusing it of bearing sole responsibility for the current war. It is not surprising that these two former rulers pride themselves on their duplicity in front of their public opinions, however their words heard in other parts of the world sound different. To the majority of humanity, the West is showing its true colours: it is still trying to divide the rest of the world and to trap those who want to be independent; it talks about peace, but foments wars.

It is wrong to imagine that the strongest always want to impose their will on others. This Western attitude is rarely shared by other humans. Cooperation has proven to be far more effective than exploitation and the revolutions it provokes. This is the message that the Chinese have tried to propagate by talking about "win-win" relationships. It was not about fair trade relations, but about the way the Chinese emperors governed: when an emperor issued a decree, he had to ensure that it was followed by the governors of each province, including those who were not affected by the decision. He showed them that he had not forgotten them by giving them each a present.

In ten months, the rest of the world, that is, the overwhelming majority of it, has opened its eyes. If, on October 13, 143 states followed the Western narrative and condemned the Russian "aggression" [3], they would no longer be in the majority in the UN General Assembly to vote this way today. The vote, on December 30, of a resolution asking the UN’s internal tribunal, the International Court of Justice, to declare Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian Territories an "occupation" is proof of this. The General Assembly is no longer resigned to the Western disorder of the world.

11 African states, previously in the orbit of France, have called on the Russian army or a Russian private military company to ensure their security. They no longer believe in the sincerity of France and the United States. Still others are aware that Western protection against jihadis goes hand in hand with Western covert support for jihadis. They are publicly concerned about the massive transfer of weapons destined for Ukraine to jihadists in the Sahel or to Boko Haram [4], to the point that the US Department of Defense has appointed a monitoring mission to verify what happens to the weapons destined for Ukraine, as a way of burying the problem and preventing Congress from interfering in these dark schemes.

In the Middle East, Turkey, a member of NATO, is playing a subtle game between its US ally and its Russian partner. Ankara realized long ago that it would never join the European Union and, more recently, that it was no longer expected to restore its empire over the Arabs. It is therefore turning to European states (such as the Bulgarians, Hungarians and Kosovars) and Asian states (such as Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan) with a Turkish culture (and not a Turkish language like the Chinese Uighurs). As a result, Ankara is reconciling with Damascus and preparing to leave the West for the East.

China’s arrival in the Gulf at the Riyadh summit has turned the tables in that part of the world. The Arab states saw that Beijing was reasonable, that it was helping them to make peace with their Persian neighbours. Yet Iran is an age-old ally of China, but China defends it without letting it get away with its excesses. They have measured the difference with the West who, on the contrary, have not stopped since 1979 to divide and oppose them.

India and Iran are working hard with Russia to build a transport corridor that will allow them to trade despite the Western economic war (presented in the West as "sanctions", although these are illegal under international law). Already Mumbai is connected to Southern Russia and soon to Moscow and St. Petersburg. This makes Russia and China complementary. Beijing is building roads in Eurasia from East to West, Moscow along the longitudes.

China, for whom this war is a catastrophe that disrupts its plans to build the Silk Roads, has never adhered to the Western narrative. It is a former victim of Russia, which in the 19th century took part in the occupation of Tianjin and Wuhan (Hankou), but it knows that the West will do everything to exploit them both. She recalls her past occupation to be aware that her fate is linked to that of Russia. She does not understand much about Ukrainian affairs, but she knows that her vision of the organization of international relations can only be achieved if Russia triumphs. It has no desire to fight alongside Russia, but will intervene if Russia is threatened.

This reorientation of the world is very visible in government institutions. The West humiliated Russia in the Council of Europe until Moscow left. To their surprise, Russia did not stop there. One by one, it left all the agreements concluded in the Council of Europe, in all kinds of fields, from sports to culture. The West suddenly realizes that it has deprived itself of a generous and cultured partner.

It should continue in all other intergovernmental organizations, starting with the United Nations. This is an old story in Western-Russian relations that goes back to Moscow’s exclusion from the League of Nations in 1939. At that time, the Soviets, concerned about a possible Nazi attack on Leningrad (St. Petersburg), asked Finland to lease the port of Hanko, but negotiations dragged on and they invaded Finland, not to annex it, but to place their navy in Hanko. This precedent is taught today as an example of Russian imperialism, although Finnish President Urho Kekkonen himself acknowledged that the Soviet attitude was "understandable.

Let us return to the United Nations. Excluding Russia could only be possible after the General Assembly had adopted a reform of the Charter. This was possible in October, but not today. This project is accompanied by a reinterpretation of the history and nature of the UN.

It is claimed that membership in the Organization prohibits war. This is nonsense. Membership in the UN obliges one to "maintain international peace and security", but men being what they are, authorizes the use of force under certain conditions. Sometimes this authorization even becomes an obligation under the "responsibility to protect". This is exactly what Russia is doing for the people of Donbass and Novorussia. Please note that Moscow is not blind and has backed down from the right bank (northern part) of the city of Kershon. The Russian general staff withdrew behind a natural border, the Dnieper River, considering it impossible to defend the other part of the city from Western armies, even though the population of the whole city had asked by referendum to join the Russian Federation. There has never been a Russian defeat in Kershon, but this does not prevent the West from talking about its "reconquest" by the Zelensky regime.

Above all, questioning the Security Council’s directorship obscures the functioning of the UN. When the Organization was founded, it was to recognize the equality of each State in the General Assembly and to give the great powers of the time the capacity to prevent conflicts within the Security Council. The Security Council is not a place of democracy, but of consensus: no decision can be taken without the agreement of each of its five permanent members. People pretend to be surprised that they cannot condemn Russia, but are they surprised that the United States, the United Kingdom and sometimes France have not been condemned for their illegal wars in Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya? Without the right of veto, the UN will become an absolutely ineffective assembly. Yet this idea is gaining ground in the West.

Moreover, it would be absurd to think that China, the world’s leading commercial power, would remain in a UN from which Russia, the world’s leading military power, would have been excluded. Beijing will not play the role of guarantor in an operation against its ally, since it is convinced that its death will be the prelude to its own. This is why the Russians and the Chinese are preparing other institutions which they will only manifest if the UN is denatured, if it is transformed into a monochrome assembly and thus loses its capacity to prevent conflicts.

We perceive that the only possible way out is for the West to accept that it is what it is. But, for the moment, they are not able to do so. They distort reality in the hope of maintaining their centuries of hegemony. This game is over, both because they are tired and because the rest of the world has changed.

Thierry Meyssan

Sourced From The world order already changed in 2022, by Thierry Meyssan (voltairenet.org)

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