Vaccines blamed
( Waikato Times (New Zealand) )

Vaccines blamed

The New Zealand meningitis epidemic has raged for nine years, causing more than 3000 cases and 142 deaths.

Overseas researchers like Dr A Wakefield (London), Dr H Coulter, Dr L Horowitz (US) and Dr G Buchwald (Germany) say that vaccinations are the leading cause of the increases in brain disorders such as dyslexia, learning difficulties, attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD), autism and meningitis.

It is interesting to note that the increase in meningitis cases followed the introduction, in 1990, of the MMR-vaccine into the New Zealand vaccination schedule, while the cost of drugs used to treat ADHD in New Zealand also sky-rocketed, from $76,000 in 1992 to $796,000 in 1996.

The injection of three live viruses (measles, mumps and rubella) appears to overwhelm children's immune systems to such an extent that they become vulnerable to meningitis, especially where conditions of poverty give rise to malnutrition and overcrowding.

We believe that contaminating the organisms of babies of consenting parents with yet another vaccine, in addition to the 25 vaccines (including boosters) they are already given between the ages of 6 weeks and 15 months, will only compound the problem likely to have been caused by vaccination in the first place.


Spokesperson, Vaccination Information Network,


Source: AVN list