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Vaccines and disease and causes and cures

August 11, 2013
English: American author and speaker Michael C...

English: American author and speaker Michael Crichton speaking at Harvard. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Salk later in life warned against his own creation:

http://whale.to/b/mullins2.html

In an article in Science, March 4, 1977, Jonas and Darrell Salk warn that. “Live virus vaccines against influenza or poliomyelitis may in each instance pro­duce the disease it intended to prevent—the live virus against measles and mumps may produce such side effects as encephalitis (brain damage).”

The most effective prevention of disease is the immune system.

All of the bad diseases you’ve heard about most, like polio, measles, and the rest, the most effective prevention method is good health, especially a healthy immune system. Those viruses and bacteria are ALWAYS present in some number, kept in check by the immune system. Infections happen when there is a weakness in the body of some kind, they are opportunistic but always ready. That’s why people that get AIDS are always hit by infections that nobody else gets.

One of the last editions of Omni magazine carried a story about a medical researcher who wanted to find a solution to this puzzle, because bodily weaknesses didn’t explain quite the role of contagion, because the body’s weakness doesn’t explain it in every case. Somebody with a bad case of a contagious disease might be a vector.

So they posited some kind of –call it Factor X– that sometimes carried it from person to person in some way. It was really a fuzzy concept and defies specificity from memory, but I remember thinking it was strangely like something spiritual-sounding.

But of course the doctor that originally sounded the warning blasts with his “germ theory” of disease, and who reported getting dramatic improvement in recovery rates by just having everybody wash their hands, that guy was shouted down. The scientific “consensus” at the time said there was no such thing. They finally put him in an insane asylum.

No wonder Michael Crichton hated the argument from authority when scientists invoked “consensus” as proof enough of some idea of “scientific” dogma.

 

Vaccines Didn’t Cure Polio After All?

March 9, 2012

Prison Planet.com » VIDEO: Vaccines Didn’t Cure Polio After All?:
http://www.prisonplanet.com/video-vaccines-didnt-cure-polio-after-all.html

Where has all the polio gone?
http://www.whale.to/vaccine/polio1.html

Once upon a time I went to a presentation about AIDS, and the questions from people in the audience turned to the vaccines and the dictatorial policies that go with them.

One lady told her experience with her baby that the same evening after her doctor had given her baby a shot, the baby began crying in crescendo until he was screaming at more volume than she thought possible, screeching with fits of pain, until she finally called her pediatrician and he said bring him in.

The doctor treated him but then said he had other patients that called him with similar reactions to the vaccine, and that he was going to call the pharmaceutical company to inform them that they had shipped out a bad batch.

He said the day after he called, federal marshals came to his office, shut down his office, shackled his doors, and told him he was under investigation!

Now that was one lady’s testimony, but as irate as she was it should not be hard to find others who have gone through similar ordeals:

A memorial web site for victims of vaccines:
http://www.nvic.org/Vaccine-Memorial.aspx

Add one to them from me: I met a man once who had been hit by polio from a vaccine his mother took, and had to use wheelchairs his whole life.

Of course I think nowadays they tell doctors and mothers to avoid vaccinating pregnant women, but this was from the 1950s or 1960s.

These are just two incidents that I know of personally. Then there are those who talk about Gulf War Syndrome. Anthrax scares.

If the vaccines were so great, then why are they saying that those who go without them are a danger to those who do have such “protection”?

One more note. I had chicken pox and measles growing up, and I think whooping cough, and it wasn’t so bad. We should consider the possibility that shooting up billions of people with cultures grown in monkey blood, according to so many people who have been victims of vaccinations, just might be a bigger risk to public health.

Vaccines

Vaccines (Photo credit: www78)


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