I transcribed the second video (about an hour) first because it was shorter than the top video, which is three hours long.
The Give Autism a Chance conference in Austin, TX on April 12, 2014
Rob Schneider: “You have to know that we are willing. You have to know that. You have to know that Big Pharma is doing everything they can, because the word is out and people know. The number one concern for parents, not just in this country, but in most of the western world, the biggest concern is vaccinations. The biggest concern is autism. . . . When you have Big Pharma, . . . big media, and . . . big government working together with the medical establishment, it seems like there is no possible way to get the message out. The message is getting out. People are hearing it.
“I do not have a vaccine injured child. I became educated because of people in this room, the man sitting next to me, who put his career on the line. And other people, whose main goal is to just make sure other people’s children don’t get hurt. That’s a pretty amazing thing. . . .
“You have to look at this in a historical perspective, . . . from the abolition of slavery. It seemed like a dark, empty hole. It really did for those people back then, fighting this thing. Which is an obvious evil, but [to] the powers that be at this time, it just didn’t make sense. And eventually, it came around. The same thing with Civil Rights. . . .
“There seems to be this protection for one group of drugs that no other group of drugs is afforded. Fifty percent of American kids have chronic illness and we need to look at everyone and everything needs to be on the table. . . .
“They’re vulnerable to information. Once word gets out, it gets out. You cannot dismiss parents who have children with autism. . . . The numbers are too big. They can try to take the numbers, manipulate the numbers, make new numbers, come with more reasons for numbers, but the numbers are there. And they’re not numbers, they’re human being. These are people’s children. They cannot and will not be ignored. . . .
“What we’re really talking about [is] when government combines with big business to start making new laws, and making mandates, making legislation for what people cannot do, or have to do, we’re really talking about a different word, and that word is fascism. That’s really what it is. When the government decides what you can and cannot do, and you no longer have a choice. . . .
“[Bill Gates] had his own issues with Microsoft, the government was really going hard after him. For some reason, he decided to become a big vaccine supporters and spend billions of dollars in Africa, and the next thing you know, all the changes against him were dropped. . . . That seems like something interesting, but you’re not going to read about that in any mainstream magazines or mainstream media.
“I just want to know what we’re really dealing with. There was this report about freedom of the press and they talked about different countries and where the United States fits in, for freedom of the press, out of 300 countries, 133rd. We’re one above Haiti. That’s a fact. According to European press sources, Finland and Norway, those are always number one. We’re 133rd. There’s a direct correlation to that and how we’re 37th with infant mortality rates and dropping.
“We have to find ways to unite resources that we do have and the commonalities we do have, because the goals are the same: how can we improve the health of children in this country? How can we make sure this doesn’t continue to happen. How can we end this epidemic of unwell children? How can we make sure this doesn’t happen to another generation? How can we get these numbers to start dropping? . . .
“This number. . . is kind of tough to say, because it’s about people who are well off and have money, but upwards of 80 to 85 percent of children in private schools in Orange Country are unvaccinated. Those are the numbers. . . . They don’t talk about it a lot, but they’re saying, we’re not going to do this. . . .
“I think combined, we have a chance to make a difference. . . . I think Darrell Issa is a good guy. . . . I do think he’s under a lot of pressure. Every Congressman, every Senator, is under pressure constantly to get re-elected. . . .
“I know that there is an anger out there. I feel it. I do feel it. . . . When someone has an injured child, and this could have been easily prevented, and yet this is still continuing to go on. And government isn’t doing anything to protect the most vulnerable members of a society. . . .
“It’s an honor to stand with you. . . . We have to combine. We have to attack them and focus on things like parental rights, . . . and start figuring out how we can use the lack of real science against them. And that’s a real problem.
Schneider was asked why others in show business aren’t speaking out about what’s happening.
“I’ve had a lot of bad reviews for different things I’ve done in my career, but I’ve never gotten more flack or more hate, since I said, ‘I’ll stand with people’ . . . But there’s a lot of fear out there. . .
Andrew Wakefield: “We have to understand that the currency of the pharmaceutical industry is fear and they are most generous with that currency. Once people realize that the power is with the people, when people stand together, when Hollywood stands together, when all those who know in Orange County private schools stand together and realize that the vitriolic attacks . . . that is the measure of a system that has failed. When you have to enact mandates, when you have to force children to get vaccinated, that is not the measure of a successful public health program. That is a measure of its failure. . .
Rob Schneider: “You have to know, if you look at history, that we are winning. They can’t do anything more than this. They only thing they could do is put you in jail, which they would like to do actually. . . . They’d like to blame you if somebody gets measles in your neighborhood and dies. Let’s find the person who wasn’t vaccinated and blame them. . . .
“They will repeat lies over and over and over again and newspapers will print them. I read several of them last night before I came here. . . .
“Unfortunately, what we’re doing, we’re weakening an entire generation, generations now of people’s immune systems who now will not know how to deal with any form of virus and bacteria. We have a weakened society–and that fits perfectly well with the pharmaceutical industry’s needs, and wants and profits.
“Gandhi said, ‘First they ignored me, then they laughed at me, then they fought me, then I won.’ Well, they’re fighting very hard right now. . . .”
Andrew Wakefield: “Joseph Stalin said, ‘Ideas are more dangerous than weapons. We do not allow our enemies weapons, why would we allow them ideas?’ So go have ideas, and then act on them.”