Sharing Kerra’s story
Hello. This is my vaccine injured son, Mace. He was stuck for years sick, screaming, spinning, lining up objects and self-injury. He has confirmed heavy metal poisoning…
I celebrate Mace’s successes every day on my art page. Unfortunately, others seem to have the impression he’s some kind of art-savant. The truth is that we’re trying to make the best of his situation. I can’t stand to sit back and celebrate autism: it’s a nightmare and NOT okay.
Some have said yo me, “He’s fine-he’s happy! Just different!” um–no. He’s NOT fine. He’s poisoned. A poisoned body hurts badly and does NOT function properly. Autism is NOT a gift. His life has been filled with severe pain and difficulties.
See any similarities in the photos? Nothing is funny about brain damage. They call it “autism” to soften the blow: he was poisoned by vaccines. He was NOT born this way. He was immediately affected by his 15 months vaccines which included the MMR.
Please share Mace’s vaccine injury story. He and millions of others with vaccine induced Autism are being hidden. His face shows you what the media hides: autism is brain damage.
Warn your friends and save your kids:
The biggest lie ever told is that vaccines are safe and effective.
Vaccines are poison and maim and kill.
Edit add: 2/25/16
I am proud to say I am now a contributing editor for Healthy Alternatives to Vaccinations.
I am honored to be working with Pediatric Chiropractor Nancy Tarlow Dc, to spread the truth about vaccines and damage they cause. She is passionate about children’s safety, is well accredited and a true advocate for real health.
Kris Krist This my Mace, but his name is Kyle. He turned 16 last month, he is 6’1, With the Mmr he lost his ability to spontaneously express himself – gone , zip Years of speech therapy til the age of 10 brought back him to answering questions, but later at age 15, after a huge diet change 90% gmo free/organic and high doses of vit c thru food -he initiated a conversation with his older brother at the Habit in front of his Dad, his Grams and me. We were so stunned, we recall the event but not the conversation. He is still improving and still quirky and who knows maybe one day/ long long l o n g shotI he is back fully. He is wearing a popcorn bowl on his head.