When is Autism Not Autism, when it is Vaccine Induced Brain Damage. That is what Dr. Mayer Eisenstein has been saying for decades in his books, article, videos and speaking engagements. Author of the recently released, Make an Informed Vaccine Decision for the Health of Your Child: A Parent’s Guide to Childhood Shots, Dr. Eisenstein a number of his Homefirst health clinics throughout the Chicago metro area.
Since 1973, The Homefirst physicians have been offering vaccine choice and awareness. Unlike most doctors, the Physicians of Homefirst are honored to serve your family if you give all some or none of the vaccines. Here is the kicker: they have virtually no asthma, allergies, ADHD, ADD or Autism in their more then 35,000 un-vaccinated children.
Everywhere he goes, during many speeches, Dr. Eisenstein’s mantra of confusion goes to how the federal government has classified mercury as a poison, how it is a federal offense to spill it on the streets, how we are told to avoid fish with mercury, but we are told to inject that same poison into the bodies of our children, “This makes no sense,” he always concludes.
Here is what was written about his speech at a Mothers Against Mercury rally in Chicago:
Another speaker at the rally was Dr. Mayer Eisenstein, who leads Homefirst Medical Services in Chicago. That practice, as Age of Autism has reported, has thousands of never-vaccinated kids and virtually no cases of autism or asthma.
“I was raised by not only a wonderful mother but a wonderful grandmother,” Eisenstein told the crowd, “and I look around here and I see mothers and grandmothers here telling everyone there is a problem. Being raised by a mother and a grandmother, when mothers and grandmothers talk, Mayer listens.
“I woke up this morning and looked around and I said, you know, there’s no mercury in the thermometers, there’s no mercury in the contact solution, the saline solution, and we’re told not to eat fish with mercury. Does it make any sense that we should inject mercury into our children?
“But mercury isn’t the only issue,” said Eisenstein, who also has a law degree and a master’s of public health. “As an attorney, I learned in law school you never limit yourself. I look at some of the signs here, we’ve got mercury, aluminum, antifreeze, aborted tissue and monkey kidney — ‘a recipe for disaster.’ I defy anyone in that building to come out here and drink a cocktail that contains all these types of ingredients.”