Most all the diseases that we vaccinate for have one thing in common which most people are unaware of. Most disease have their origin in a bacteria or virus that is usually brought to us by some kind of feces, either animal or human. Example; (according to the CDC) If they were to be fully honest, they would tell you how it is spread but it would not instill as much fear as does their description here; “Polio or poliomyelitis, is a crippling and potentially deadly infectious disease. It is caused by the poliovirus. The virus spreads from person to person and can invade an infected person’s brain and spinal cord, causing paralysis (can’t move parts of the body)”. Does anyone ask where it originated? No, they are to paralyzed by the description of the disease to wonder where it came from. From the late 1700’s the medical profession has supported vaccination, even though there was never a trial where one group was vaccinated and compared to another group. In 1796, Edward Jenner vaccinated 8 year old James Phipps experimentally with cowpox from the lesion of a dairymaid. He was then exposed on purpose to smallpox which he did not contract but would die at the age of 18 from Tuberculosis which was believed to come from the effects of the vaccine. Jenner would take disease from the pus of an animal and inoculate it into a human by slicing the skin open and putting the contaminate into it. He would also take human pox scabs and put them into a jar with water and shake together to inoculate an entire town. This practice went on until 1898. It was believed to spread various other diseases by using this arm to arm method of vaccine. Despite many accounts that refute the belief that Jenners vaccines worked at all an estimated 100,000 people were vaccinated in England in 1801. The Medical Observer for 1810 stated 535 cases of small pox after vaccination, 97 fatal cases, 150 vaccine injured. The belief was that they were spreading the disease and creating more.
Prior to the 20th century polio infections were rarely seen in infants before 6 months of age and most cases occurred in children 6 months to 4 years of age. (the ages when kids crawl around and put everything in their mouths) Young children who contract polio generally suffer only mild symptoms, but as a result they become permanently immune to the disease. (hence they are naturally immunized) In developed countries during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, improvements were being made in community sanitation, including improved sewage disposal and clean water supplies. Better hygiene meant that infants and young children had fewer opportunities to encounter and develop immunity to polio. Read Dissolving Illusions by Dr. Suzanne Humphries MD
There has been a controversy since the beginning of the discovery of vaccines that make us question the use of them. Dr. Humphries book gives a very clear and documented description of the conditions many Americans lived in up into the early 1900’s. Many were living in filth and extreme poverty.
According to the government site information, when a disease stops circulating in a region, it’s considered eradicated in that region. Polio, for example, was eradicated in the United States by 1979, supposedly after widespread vaccination efforts. The skeptics believe it was eliminated by cleaning up the conditions in an unsanitary environment with no vaccine necessary. People discovered early on that eradicating the disease was due to quarantine and isolation.
Annihilation of all microbes is not how to protect the public as Louis Pasteur proclaimed (1822-1895). Heat everything to a very high temperature to kill it was his theory. We call this pasteurization today. This lead to Food Processing (Fake Food) Preserve it, if you jar it, preserve it, you can eat it 10 years later. In 1879-1885 Pasteur developed a number of vaccines such as anthrax, smallpox, rabies and TB. Vaccines are made using several different processes. They may contain live viruses that have been attenuated; inactivated or killed organisms or viruses; inactivated toxins (for bacterial diseases where toxins generated by the bacteria, and not the bacteria themselves, cause illness); or merely segments of the pathogen.
It is my own observation that if we as humans do our part in keeping a clean environment, eating healthy and using more common sense to survive that we would have strong and healthy immune systems to fight disease. The definition of Common sense; good sense and sound judgement in practical matters. Practical matters would be to eat real food, drink clean water, have good hi-gene, clean environment, work hard and exercise, aim away from your face when shooting a gun, don’t stick sharp objects in your eyes, don’t put foreign objects into your body, especially into your blood such as chemicals or viruses and bacteria from other animals, and especially mercury.
The Medical System has always leaned more toward their own profit and still do today. Big Pharma is going on a Trillion dollar business. Mommy bloggers are being paid generously to build pages to promote vaccines. Vaccination is the largest human experiment in the world. No testing has been done beforehand but on us. If we question the safety of vaccines we are considered outcasts, Conspiracy Theorists, or they tell you your not a doctor. If a doctor questions them he is charged with a serious mis-conduct. This could be why they don’t even entertain the thought that the vaccine may be unsafe. Every outbreak of infectious disease has been blamed on those who are not vaccinated. I heard a conversation in which a mother asked her doctor if the vaccine could possibly be causing the rashes her daughter would get just after her vaccine and he responded with no, she is probably reacting to your breast milk.
Dr. Sherri Tennpenny