New Study in Denmark Reveals Circumcision Increases Chances of Autism by 46%

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After examining the lives of 342,877 boys born in Denmark between 1994 and 2003, researchers found that circumcised boys are more likely than intact boys to develop Autism Spectrum Disorder.

The study, published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine in January 2015, was conducted by Professor Morten Frisch in collaboration with statistician Jacob Simonsen at the Statens Serum Institut in Denmark.  By consulting statistics in national registers and conducting a thorough analysis of that information, researchers discovered that there were nearly twice as many autistic Danish boys under the age of 5 who had been circumcised compared to those who were not.

How Does Circumcision Cause Autism?

The mechanism by which circumcision causes Autism wasn’t made clear by this research, but Professor Frisch has said that it is likely due to the intense pain experienced during the procedure.  He goes on to explain that if it’s only local anesthesia in the form of EMLA magic cream, applied to the penis in preparation for the operation, then the pain will undoubtedly be intense.

“We don’t have an explanation, but the small child’s pain could be significant to the later development of autism,” says Frisch.

According to Dr. Thomas Paul, “The clitoris has 8000 nerve endings; the foreskin has 20,000 to 70,000 nerves.”  These estimates may help women understand the excruciating pain a boy goes through when his foreskin is severed from his body.  In an attempt to ban circumcision from mainstream practise, Dr. Paul finishes by saying “Circumcision rapes men of pleasure.

Long-Term Effects of Trauma from Circumcision

In a survey published in the medical journal BJU International, 546 circumcised men reported circumcision harm, and the following effects were found:

  • anger, rage, sense of loss, shame, sense of having been victimized and mutilated
  • low self-esteem, fear, distrust, and grief
  • relationship difficulties, sexual anxieties, and depression
  • reduced emotional expression, lack of empathy, and avoidance of intimacy
  • A staggering 29% of respondents “reported dependence on substances or behaviors to relieve their suffering (tobacco, alcohol, drugs, food and/or sexual compulsivity)”.

An abundance of scientific studies have shown us that not only does circumcision have long-term emotional and behavioral effects in males, but it even has many detrimental effects on female sexuality.  We have also seen researchers prove that the agonizing pain of circumcision has permanent detrimental effects on the brain of infants, and that the researchers who discovered this via MRI brain scans were threatened with immediate termination of their jobs and legal prosecution.

Circumcision: Money, Power, and Stupidity

After the copious amounts of evidence indicating the mental and emotional brutality caused by this procedure, why the f*** is the mutilation of baby genitals still being done?!

Based on the evidence of increased sexual compulsivity due to circumcision, and the fact that the porn industry employs only circumcised men, it is likely that the porn industry is well aware that abolishment of circumcision would lead to a sharp decline in the compulsive use of pornography.   This is clearly something the porn industry doesn’t have in their interests and it means that those financially involved with the industry have an opportunity to increase profits by maintaining or increasing circumcision rates.  Another industry with a lot of money and an incentive to convince you that circumcision is a good idea, despite an ever-growing body of evidence to the contrary, is the cosmetics industry who puts baby foreskin cells into facial creams and sells them priced for luxury, disgustingly so.

After investigating the U.S. mind control experiments MK Ultra and Monarch Programming that the US government conducted in the 1960’s, it is clear that what is being done to children in hospitals mimics the techniques discovered as most effective for controlling the human mind.  Trauma was found to be a prerequisite for mind and behavioral control, and as the extreme trauma of circumcision forces the mind and emotions to dissociate from one another as a necessity for survival, what is left is a platform for the programming of thoughts and behaviors into the individual.

Heavy concepts, indeed.  These ideas will be explored in more detail in future articles, for now that should suffice to plant the seed in your mind.

2015: The Year for the Abolishment of Circumcision

In January of 2015, a number of Medical associations in Sweden and Denmark urged for circumcision of boys to be banned after a survey in 2014 revealed that almost three quarters of Danes want the practice to be abolished.  This is only the beginning.  As more people become aware of the anatomy of the human penis and the importance of foreskin in human love and connection, as well as the negative effects it has on both male and female sexuality and family life, more countries are sure to follow.

If I had to put forth a guess, I would say the United States will be one of the last countries to ban circumcision, so whether you live in the US or you live elsewhere, do this world a favor and don’t have your baby boy circumcised.

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