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They sell you the poison, then they sell you the antidote.
Lead arsenic, then DDT pesticides were used with abandon to eradicate gypsy moths.
It makes sense that if a poison can kill a small animal en masse, then it would probably affect us if we’re exposed enough to it.
They’ve been playing the vaccine game for a long time now. Wouldn’t it be nice if people all woke up and it ended now?
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Good sanitation, nutrition, and clean water.
@Maarten, for what it’s worth, I’d like to add a few (respectful) thoughts to the discussion of your questions. Bear with me up front, then I’ll give my direct answers.
First, I think Fauxlex makes a fair point. It’s not incumbent on germ theory skeptics or vaccine skeptics or to provide alternative explanations for how smallpox was eradicated.
Second, I want to echo something that Patrick said… maybe some of what we think we know about smallpox just ain’t so.
(We should keep in mind that “the story” of the smallpox vaccine is one of THE founding myths of modern medicine. As such it is central to an entire web of profiteering propaganda, and therefore is suspect.
Modern medicine is one of the biggest, most powerful, and most profitable industries in the history of the world.
Given how much money and power is at stake, I do NOT believe that we can take the conventional wisdom about smallpox eradication at face value.
As a current example of modern medicine’s narrative control, more than 100,000 Americans die each year from correctly prescribed pharmaceuticals. But because the pharma industry is THE single largest advertiser across all news media, these pharma deaths receive almost no news coverage. In my opinion, modern medicine’s impressive narrative control extends to the historical narrative as well.)
Patrick mentioned that technology and logistics meant that not even 10% of the global population would have been vaccinated against smallpox before it was officially declared eradicated around 1980. I found that interesting. And my guess, although I don’t know for sure, is that none of the historical narrative deals with that fact honestly and head on. Rather than being explained, I suspect it is just ignored by the promoters of the vaccine narrative.
Now, third, here are a few thoughts about your specific questions:
While India and much of the developed world has relatively poor sanitation, it is much improved over the past century. Sure, some people live in squalor by the side of the road, but doctors know to wash their hands, there are water treatment plants, sewage is not running through the streets, food is refrigerated, etc.
Nutrition is another biggie. The world population, especially the developing world population, suffers from FAR less malnutrition in recent decades than it did 40 years ago and earlier. This is another reason, OTHER than “the success of the smallpox vaccine” why India does not have a smallpox problem.
Also, diseases like smallpox may have been more problematic in earlier times when populations were more isolated from one another. There’s the story of the Native Americans getting European diseases to which they’d never previously been exposed. Ancient Rome may have suffered as new germs were brought from the hinterlands. While today in a more connected and more populous world, immunity develops more globally. (I realize that what I’m saying here DOES support the germ theory, which is really what you were talking about, but I think this point weakens the vaccine theory that “we eliminated smallpox with vaccines.”)
Finally, one point I encountered recently from some “alternative” source, is that people getting ill at the same time and the same place is not in and of itself proof of the germ theory. The author was espousing the disease-as-toxin-shedding and/or the disease-as-the-body-forcing-you-to-bed-to-enable-rest-and-recovery theory, and pointed out that certain seasons, weather, and other conditions might cause many people to show the same symptoms in the same places at the same times. He also pointed out that people’s bodies do communicate with one another, via touch, proximity, good bacteria, hormones, etc. so symptoms could “spread” without being evidence of invasion by infectious particles. As in female roommates noticing that their menstrual cycles become synced within a few months of living together.
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…or any other vaccine.
These could all be actors, but it seems unlikely. Is anti vax atrocity propaganda? Are vaccines harmless? Are they dangerous? Do you know a vaccine damaged family? Are you aware of the vaccine court, funded by the public?
These questions and more need to be answered before you rush to vaccine for your immunity passport.
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Surely a virus, if it even existed, doesn’t know what country it’s in.
So why is the nutwork targeting Simon’s Italy?
Most people on this planet are probably unaware of the fact that Italy has been at the very forefront of the so-called anti-vax movement. As Italy’s former health minister Beatrice Lorenzin introduced a policy in 2017 obligating children to receive ten compulsory vaccinations, there was a huge public uproar – an estimated 50% of Italians rejecting this outrageous violation of… well, just about everything we associate with the words “democracy” and “freedom of choice”.
Glad to see Simon back on the fakery beat.
Viri are a hoax.
As such, you can’t get them.
As such, don’t be afraid of the latest figment of the controllers’ imagination, the corona version.
Virology, like nuclear science, is completely fake.
It’s a cover for all the bacteria that is resistant to anti-biotics, which are simply stimulants for our OWN immune system.
Bacteria are REAL, and their waste is toxic. That’s what triggers illness in death in humans.
The below graphic is SCARY looking. It’s also artwork. No one has seen a virus cell EVER.
It’s still ok to be preventative and keep all bacteria that doesn’t belong in your system away from you. Clean your hands and cover your inputs if possible.
Otherwise stop worrying. No corona/zika/ebola is going to get you.
You can find a lot of interesting things if you start digging around in ice that’s been frozen for thousands and thousands of years. For scientists working in China, 15,000-year-old glaciers on the Tibetan Plateau provided a glimpse into the not-so-distant history of viruses, including some entirely new viruses that were previously unknown to science.
The pro vax lobby is going into overdrive with their phony stories. This story has a news outlet reporting using two more layers of media outlets as sources.
Could the rise of antivaxxers on the Internet be having an effect?
Authorities in the U.S. have condemned the use of armed police officers to check on an unvaccinated child with a high fever.
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Vaccines definitely fall under the fakeology banner. There is so much deception around one of the most widespread worldwide health hoaxes that you could spend an entire lifetime going through the history to see when and where it began.
Even though Steve trashes fakeologist I still enjoy his material.
After reading through the source material, how can anyone not think that vaccines are nothing more than a witch’s brew of potion that at best does nothing and at worst is harmful?
This is more proof that we no more about dis-ease than we did 100 years ago and that the source of most illness is malnutrition and bacteria being in the wrong parts of our body.
The “Spanish Flu” killed an estimated 50-100 million people during a pandemic 1918-19. What if the story we have been told about this pandemic isn’t true? What if, instead, the killer infection was neither the flu nor Spanish in origin? Newly analyzed documents reveal that the “Spanish Flu” may have been a military vaccine experiment gone awry. In looking back on the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, we need to delve deeper to solve this mystery.
Experimenting on soldiers and infants and the ignorant.