What are vaccines and how do they work?
The World Health Organization (WHO) defines vaccines as, “biological preparation which improve immunity to a particular disease.” Vaccines contain agents that are similar to specific disease-causing microorganisms, and are typically made from killed or weakened forms of microbes, their surface proteins, or toxins.
These agents trigger the body to produce massive amounts of antibodies which then destroy the microorganism subsequently during any secondary contact of the body with kind of microbe. Sometimes the immune response becomes too strong, and leads to the production of autoantibodies (antibodies which attack the body) in addition to the production of antibodies against that specific microorganism. When the body attacks itself, this is never a good a thing, and could mark the beginning of some kind of autoimmune disease.
The WHO defines immunization as follows: “It is a process through which man acquires immunity or becomes immune to an infectious disease, usually by administering a vaccine. Vaccines stimulate the body’s immune system to protect humans from infection or disease. ” According to WHO, if there were no vaccines, we would not have immunity. This is debatable, however, and some in the medical field would wholeheartedly disagree.
Worldwide, the triumphant line of thinking or stereotype that has emerged is that vaccines play an utterly decisive role in human health. The view that vaccination is safe and effective has been so entrenched in people´s consciousness that it is not subject to the slightest bit of doubt. Those who even suggest anything different are deemed crazy or off their rocker. Scientists and doctors who delve into this questions themselves are typically ostracized by their colleagues and are kicked out of their fields. If anyone asks doctors if they are sure that vaccines represent no danger, all doctors will either say they are safe without being able to backup their thesis with evidence. Vaccination has been presented to the people as an axiom, which of course, requires no evidence. What’re they’re implicitly saying is shut your mouth and believe us—we’re doctors. Bear in mind, these are the same doctors that told us that Oxycontin was non-addictive substance, knowing full well the drug was a full agonist opiate like heroin. My question is: why should we believe them? Doctors have already been bought once by BigPharma. Why not a second time?
History of the vaccine
The very first vaccine emerged almost 200 years ago when Englishman Edward Jenner (1749-1823) developed the first vaccine in the world – a vaccination against human smallpox. Jenner observed that people milking cows that were infected with cowpox-diseased did not get sick of human smallpox. He assumed that contact with cow’s smallpox prevents human smallpox disease. Jenner began experimenting with his own son and his neighbor’s son by introducing multiple doses of unprocessed cowpox extract. Both of the young boys were vaccinated more than ten times in a 12 year span. Sadly, this overtreatment resulted in the overload and deterioration of both of the body’s immune systems. The two both ended up dying of tuberculosis. For some reason, pro-vaxxers fail to ever site this historical incident.
In 1853, the United Kindom made vaccination against smallpox compulsory by law. Right after this occurred, the human measles epidemic began. The rate of hospitalization and mortality of smallpox during the vaccination years was higher than before the vaccine was invented. This doesn’t add up. In her book “The Poisoned Needle. Concealed Facts about Vaccination”, Dr. Eleanor McBean sites official statistics regarding the rates of hospitalization and mortality of smallpox in England and Wales during this period.
Questions to ask yourself
The questions we should all ask ourselves about vaccines: is it possible for vaccines to cause more harm than good? If yes, why are they still mandatory in so many countries? Why is there an increasing tendency to administer so many different vaccines to newborns and infants? Is it possible that the day will ever come that people be fined and legally persecuted if they refuse the vaccination? Will governments someday pass an authoritarian law that will allow them to introduce pharmacologically active substances into a person’s body without their consent? Is vaccination a collective responsibility or a violation of human rights? Not only does forceful vaccination seem to be a flawed application of the scientific method as well as a moral issue, but perhaps it’s too a theological issue. Mark 2:17 says, “It’s not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick.”
At present we know:
• Not all vaccines are effective.
• All vaccines have adverse reactions that can be seen sooner (immediately) or later (hours, weeks, years). Vaccines are better tolerated in adults than in children or infants.
• There are many national and international laws that talk about human dignity and allow people not to be injected forcefully.
• The preparation policies and ingredients ivn accines have been altered dramatically over years and seem to be more dubious than in previous years.
• Doctors either don´t know much about the principles of vaccination or they are remaining silent about it so as not to lose their jobs.
• Statistics about vaccines are manipulated for economic purposes.
• People still have the right to refuse a vaccine and also to refuse signing a paper that states they’re refusing the vaccine.
Probably the most controversial vaccines in human history are the vaccines Gardisal and Cervarix, which were created by Merck pharmaceuticals to protect against the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and claim to “prevent cancer”. An abnormally high number of side effects, hospitalizations, irreversible damage and even deaths have been reported by the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) among those who have used these vaccinations. According to statistics released by the U.S. National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP), by February 2013, nearly $6 million have been paid out to 49 people who were severly injured by the side effects of the HPV vaccine. Today, scientists have found out that infection with HPV, in fact, does not lead to cervical cancer, but that cervical cancer makes the affected squamous epitelial cells more susceptible to infection with HPV.
All in all, science couldn´t prove that these vaccines protected against cervical cancer since scientists would have needed to wait 50 to 60 years while conducting comprehensive screening of the vaccinated patients in order to confirm it. There were also flaws regarding the research protocols: Gardasil/Cervarix needs to be administrated in three doses and research data was collected on individuals who only had one administration. Misfortunes occured after administrating of the second and third dose of the vaccine.
Possible adverse reactions induced by Gardasil/ Cervarix:
• Pain, swelling and redness at the site of injection
• Chronic fatigue syndrome
• Syncope (fainting)
• Allergic reactions (difficulty breathing, rashes, hives)
• Muscle and joint pain or inflammation
• Guillain-Barré syndrome, or GBS (nerve damage, paralysis)
• Autoimmune disorders (Systemic lupus erythematosus, Rheumathoid arthritis, Fibromyalgia)
• Autoimmune/Autoinflammatory Syndrome Induced by Adjuvants (ASIA)
• Transverse myelitis (nerve damage, spinal cord inflammation)
• Amenorrhea (loss of period)
• Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) (autoimmune disease marked by rapid, irregular heartbeat)
• Blood clots
Are you ready to take such a risk?
Why we should seriously question vaccinations:
The pessimistic conclusion is that genetic diversity of humans is so vast, the microbial variability is so great, and the preparation methods of vaccines vary so much from country to country, that it´s entirely impossible to do a pre-vaccination screening in order to determine the possibility of adverse reactions for each individual. This kind of screening would cost three to four times more than the vaccination itself, and wouldn’t be so profitable for Big Pharma companies. At the same time, if we would let the disease spread and unfold without vaccinating against it, the economy would collapse for the same reasons.
Parents should be particularly vigilant about having their newborns and small children vaccinated with too much, too quickly. These days, newborns are vaccinated within minutes after birth. The adaptative effort that the child has to undergo after birth is already very high, and if vaccinated in this vulnerable time, the body of the newborn is bound to make antibodies at a high rate with immense immunological labor.
These antibodies have developed over thousands of years of interaction between the mothers and the “wild“ or “mutant“ viruses and bacteria. Due to the abuse of antibiotics and vaccines over the last half of the century, hundreds of resistant mutant species of microbes and viruses have appeared. The main problem of vaccines is that they are produced against the non-mutant strains of microbes. In conclusion, children cannot fight mutant microbes because their bodies do not recognize mutant microbes and because of this some of them get very sick and happen to die.
Vaccines used to be purer at the beginning of the century. Now, they contain many more additives such as preservatives and stabilizers in order to drastically increase the immune response. Aluminum sulfate, mercury salts and formaldehyde are just a few of the lovely addictives that they’re putting in vaccines these days. Some laboratories even claim to have found even low amounts of glyphosate in some vaccine. MIT researchers have surmised that there’s an inextricable link between glyphosate and the rise of autism in children. Glyphosate disrupts the body’s ability to metabolize glutamate (our bodies primary excitatory neurotransmitter). As a result of the body’s inability to metabolize one if its main neurotransmitters, this causes glutamate to become toxic. The toxic glutamate then circulates through the brain and nervous system, and inevitably, the effect will be neurological damage.
So, what can do—if anything? The situation indeed looks incredibly bleak. What we can do is to continue exposing the truth. Taking measures to toughen up our own immune system is crucial. Firstly, it is absolutely necessary to avoid factors which destroy one’s inherited immunity: unnecessary vaccines, sugar, stress, sleep deprivation. Secondly, eating high quality protein, preferably plant based, will help with the production of antibodies since antibodies are made out of proteins. Animal proteins leave behind too many metabolic waste products (indole, scatol, urea, creatine and creatinine). Children should abstain from industrial sugar as much as possible and elderly people should not overmedicate themselves. Plant extracts that have antiradical activity and stimulate the cellular immunity can be also of great help.