Humans by their very nature love to experiment, it is how we have advanced through the ages.
Our natural desire to learn more, know more and do more is what has driven us from hunter gathering folk to astronauts in a relatively short space of time.
But not all experiments turn out for the greater good, and not all experiments are performed with the best intention.
The biggest experiment humans have ever undertaken is still occurring today, it is so vast that it’s study group excludes no one, everyone is urged to take part. The study has been ongoing for over a century and has become the most heavily funded experiment in the World.
What is a Vaccine?
A vaccine in layman terms is simply a live or weakened fragment of a virus, mixed with toxins designed to produce an immune response when injected. Once this vaccine enters the bloodstream, the patient develops a response to the virus.
Now that the patient’s body has seen the virus before and responded, in the future when it see’s this virus again enter the body it can develop a more effective immune response and thus minimise the body’s reaction to the virus.
The very first vaccine developed was for Smallpox at the end of the 18th century by Edward Jenner. Since this first Vaccine, humanity has raced to develop a vaccine for a multitude of viruses.
Did Vaccines Eradicate Deadly Disease Throughout the 19th Century?
This is one of the most important questions to answer when considering Vaccines. Health authorities, medical academia, the media and the vast majority of the population would tell you that, ‘yes indeed, over the past century vaccines have eradicated excessive disease in the developed World.’
However, were vaccines really responsible for the decline in disease or was it something else?
This widespread assumption or should we say, deception can be quickly debunked with the following simple graph:
Disease Mortality Rates in the US between 1900 – 1963
So if the vaccines were not the reason for the decline in disease, what was?
One of the main reasons was improved water and sanitation practices. These correlate perfectly in the 20th century with the decline.
There are other factors though to consider which will be discussed in my second part of the ‘Virus Hunters’ series which will be published in the next few weeks.
The beginning of the 20th century saw the rise of industrialism, with the population growing exponentially, humans were racing to maximise production of everything, from food through to wallpaper.
With this sudden demand from consumers, producers were required to develop new methods of production. This led to a number of catastrophic mistakes such as the use of lead and arsenic based pesticides, other lead based products, mercury based products and a whole host of other highly toxic heavy metals being introduced into the human eco-system.
This alone can be inarguably blamed for many of the large outbreaks in disease in the late 19th century and early 20th century, particularly the Spinal Poliomyelitis outbreaks. I will attempt to cover this in great detail in the next part of my ‘Virus Hunters’ series, but if you want to know more now check out Forrest Maready’s ‘The Moth in the Iron Lung’ – It’s an excellent book, well worth a read.
The Great Human Experiment
Whether those involved in the Vaccine industry acknowledge this or not, the fact is attempting to vaccinate the World against all contagious viruses is an experiment.
The far-reaching consequences of doing it are still unknown, and still today are rarely considered.
Let me put it another way, our amazing immune systems have been placed into the hands of multi-billion dollar corporate entities. In days gone by our bodies would be born with a wide catalogue of effective immune responses to fight various viruses. This memory bank was passed down through our mother’s breast milk.
This newborn immunity would last until when breast feeding stops, or shortly after. Typically around 2 years of age. Children would then go on to catch these same viruses again throughout their childhood and thus giving them lifelong immunity to diseases which can be potentially deadly if they develop later on in life.
Mothers would also have a full memory bank of antibody responses to pass down to their children, as their mother did before them.
This whole cycle of events has been replaced with a monetized product. A product which must be manually given on schedule and is not passed down to newborn babies. This synthetic replacement does not provide lifelong immunity, it is less effective and has a whole range of potential side-effects.
Of course it can be argued that many viruses have similar side-effects to the vaccine, and this is true, however it should be noted that a vaccine may not stop you even catching the virus to which you were vaccinated, and furthermore it can negate your immune systems ability to respond naturally to other viruses you have not been vaccinated for.
But, aside from safety concerns and efficacy limitations, what happens if production stops?
What happens if vaccine producers are unable to deliver vaccines to the World, maybe because of geopolitical conflict, global environmental disaster or something else. We will have entire populations, young and old with no immunity, left vulnerable.
This simple undisputable fact should concern vaccine supporters and activists alike, it is relevant regardless of your view on vaccines.