Well, go read his post about them becoming the majority and see if it doesn't show clearly that this isn't about safe vaccination; it's about no vaccination.
Now, tell me that doesn't mean pro-infectious disease out of a misguided, inaccurate fear of any vaccines at any age causing autism?
Seriously. It's one thing to make sure parents know and understand the relative risks and make informed decisions based on accurate evidence (and that included medications like CHELATION and treatments like HBOT); it's completely another to do what AoA is doing.
Supporting AoA's agenda means supporting a return to increased childhood mortality. Period.
***The comments over there confirm this is about reducing the number of vaccinated people. Not so much out of a fear that everyone who gets one will get autism, but because getting vaccinated appears to mean you've bought into some governmental/pharma conspiracy.
In other words, where the whale.to connection used to be quieter, more hidden, where the crazy was ensconsed elsewhere for plausible deniability, they've brought it front and center and wear it proudly.
I'm going to say it again in case any one missed my point: supporting AoA's apparently now open agenda to reduce vaccination is to support increased childhood mortality. It isn't about the autism any more, folks, it isn't about reducing autism. It isn't about helping people with autism or autistic children. It's about ending vaccination.
And I'm invoking Thelma. Anyone who wants to eliminate vaccination and see a return to the previous mortality rates we had in the 40s and 50s and earlier, anyone who wants more children to suffer with preventable illnesses, is a dumbass. I don't do that with malice. I don't say that with any sort of derision or scorn. These people are dangerous and they are wrong. And I do believe I'd begin to distance myself from their dangerous nonsense that will see children and others die because of their arrogant ignorance.