I'm in agreement with the OP. Vaccine's are not all entirely safe. It's not even just the individual vaccines either. The vaccine schedules also present a big problem. In conjunction with each other, they cause more problems. Nobody can deny that Autism is 10 times more common now than only a generation or two ago. It's not alone either. Something is causing this. We're absolutely stupid to rule out vaccines.
I'm not sure if Autism was less common than when I went to school (1950s) or it was just the inability to recognize it, I suspect the latter. There were a lot of kids when I went to school who the rest of us just considered plain "dumb"- there weren't too many labels and of course they were better accepted in those days as they participated in most activities. Now there is the stigma of being a "special needs" kid, which of course just sets them up for failure or "succeeding" at a reduced level.