We've always been told that vaccines are safe, effective, and necessary. We hear how modern civilization has been saved from the ravages of infectious disease by the invention of miraculous vaccines.
We hear how important it is for people to get their shots so they'll be safe from disease. And we all agree that people have a right to be protected from harm.
But there's a growing body of information today that indicates that vaccinations are dangerous and experimental. There are just too many unanswered questions:
1) Do vaccines put people at risk of sudden death and further health problems?
2) Do vaccines really give people immunity to disease?
3) Are all these vaccines really necessary?
4) Are people immune-impaired as a result of vaccination?
5) Are the climbing rates of infectious and degenerative diseases among adult Americans partly attributable to the effects of vaccination?
We're programmed to think of immunization and vaccination as synonyms. That's no accident. It cost plenty to make us think they're the same thing. The word immunization instead of vaccination is pervasive in both medical and mainstream literature, creating a semantic reality that cannot be supported by scientific evidence.
In actuality, there's a big difference. Immunization means to make someone immune to something. Vaccination, by contrast, just means to inject something into the bloodstream. Big difference.
True natural immunity happens only after one recovers from the disease itself. With the actual disease, the microorganism had to pass through many of the body's natural immune defense systems in the nose, throat, lungs, and digestive tract before it ever gets as far as the bloodstream.
It's very likely that the microorganism triggers many biological events that are essential in building true natural immunity, about which doctors know little or nothing. When a child gets a new disease, he may feel sick for several days, but in the vast majority of cases he will recover.
Artificial Immunity From Vaccination Is Temporary.
Artificial immunity carries a very high chance of reinfection. This is the reason for the unproven modern concept of booster shots, and also helps explain why a significant number of individuals develop the disease they were vaccinated against. This is the reason for booster shots.
Artificial immunity from vaccination has also created the modern phenomenon of atypical forms of the original disease appearing during adulthood, especially with measles, rubella, and chickenpox.
By allowing the injection of an attenuated (half-killed) virus or bacteria into the body, we have done something nature would never permit. We have violated the sanctity of the bloodstream.
We have tricked the immune system into not mounting an all-out response to a foreign agent. If the vaccine's microorganisms were not attenuated, all the powers of the natural immune system would join together to repel and attack the invader.
Vaccinations are the key to the whole Well Baby program, which introduces a child to the American health care system. Vaccination is the real bread and butter of the entire pediatrics profession.
This is how people are trained from the beginning of life that the responsibility for their own body's health is something they can't be trusted with, but must rely on outside authority.
That message is clear from the first moment when the baby is taken from the mother, with the rationale that the mother "needs to rest."
Who Protected You?
A lot of medical professionals today know enough not to get the vaccines themselves or give to their own children, even though they continue to administer them to patients.
Others just take the intellectually impotent position that "we don't really know enough not to vaccinate people."
Learn the truth to the whole debate by going to:
Or purchase the Book: The Sanctity of Human Blood, Vaccination and Immunization by Tim O'Shea.