Bernard Rimland Letter
Mercury Generation March
from Bernard Rimland, Ph.D.
can make a difference! You MUST make a difference!
has more paid lobbyists in Washington than there are Senators
and Representatives. And they have lots of money and lots of
But we have
Right on our side, and sincerity, and dedication. We can’t let Pharma win--the stakes are high. We must win this battle, for our children and for
appointments to see your Senators and Representatives. Tell
1. We have no
faith in the integrity of the CDC and the FDA. They are doing
all they can to protect themselves and Big Pharma from the truth
that the autism epidemic is caused by Big Pharma greed and the
failure of the CDC and the FDA to do their jobs.
must not be allowed to evade its financial liability for the
damage their vaccines have caused. Like the tobacco companies in
the last century, which kept denying the cigarette-lung cancer
link, the drug companies are lying with the help of the CDC and
FDA about the role of vaccines in causing the autisms epidemic.
When the lung cancer cases finally got to court, the truth came
out. We parents insist on our right to hold the drug companies
liable, in court, for the harm they have caused. The matter must
be decided fairly in the legal system, and not by loophole
riders exonerating the drug companies that have been added to
appropriation bills in the dark of night. The drug companies
caused the autism epidemic and they, not the parents nor the
public, must pay the costs. They are guilty, they are very
profitable and can and should be held accountable.
Rimland, Ph.D., Director
you are not able to attend The Mercury Generation March, try to
schedule a meeting at your representative's local district
office and let's let them know we are not going away. It's time
to make our children a priority!
Go to www.themercurygenerationmarch.org/lobbying.htm to get instructions on what you can do this week to continue to
gain support for your child.
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BE THE VOICE
OUR CHILDREN NEED.
SEE YOU APRIL
6TH IN DC!
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