Below the fold here I am going to reprint a comment left for us by TimR, with permission. The reason for this is that I do not want to take the time to essentially rewrite his words. I will leave well enough alone.
The reason I want to feature the comment is that it points to a source that perhaps hints at something I’ve long suspected, that the real purpose of (pre-Covid-19) vaccines was to protect industries from lawsuits. Pharmaceutical companies have now gone nuts with vaccinating kids, so another purpose would just be a profit center. I hope it is just saline.
I say “pre-Covid” because those vaccines are serving a real (and unstated) purpose having nothing to do with illness, and everything to do with a massive fake pandemic used to create a stampede to the vaccine. Time will tell, but I would allege that the purpose of those vaccines is depopulation. We know that people behind it, Bill Gates for instance, are eugenicists as well as misanthropes, that is, they want fewer people because in general, they hate people.
We all have our moments, I know. I disparage of humanity at times. But I do not hate people.
Here is TimR’s comment:
“If I can talk vax for a second… Another interesting post from Jef Demolder I came across. He raises the idea that there’s a subtle, but powerful, propaganda in the way vax history is presented to us. The focus is always on Jenner and Pasteur, in the 19th C, quickly moving into modern times. When, actually, mass vaccination has been ostensibly going on for centuries, even outside Europe!
This works to subtly associate vaxxing with the modern nation state, industrialism, and modern science. When, as he says, it comes out of the “Ancient World” – and all those “primitive,” unscientific peoples and times. It was in China, Turkey, etc. And also in Europe in the 18th C. The mainstream does glancingly touch on this (as you see in the quote below), but it doesn’t dwell on it. It’s in the background.
To me it raises intriguing questions about why TPTB have always had such a mania, going so far back. Too much speculation for a short post, but it’s curious.
“WIKIPEDIA UNDER “SMALLPOX”
The first clear reference to smallpox inoculation was made by the Chinese author Wan Quan in a publication in 1549. Two reports on the Chinese practice of inoculation were received by the Royal Society in London in 1700. An early mention of the possibility of smallpox’s eradication was made in reference to the work of Johnnie Notions, a self-taught inoculator from Shetland, Scotland, who found success in treating people from at least the late 1780s.
REMARKS [by Jef Demolder]
“Here we are suddenly making a surprising jump to China and the 16th century. We are coming closer to the truth even when we are finding here another cliché of standard science history. In fact, the proposition “the Chinese invented this practice” means that this practice stems from the Ancient World. Of course there is no gradual spreading of the “Chinese” knowledge in the real world. Two reports, certainly made by western explorers, are sailing directly from Shangai to London. And even if smallpox has a general mortality of about 30%, and of 80% among children, nothing was done in London with this reports until when nearing the end of a century one pitiful Scottish tinkerer was trying something, of course only some years before Jenner, who is THE name in standard history. This is clearly false.”
Link below is to Demolder’s page quote above by TimR. It is part of a larger blog called Abyss of Time.
You will find some work I did on poliomyelitis in a blog post called Polio: A Rose by any Other Name. There were two chemicals at work to protect crops and fruit orchards, usually late in the summer when kids were out of school. They were lead arsenate and DDT. Kids were more susceptible to paralysis than adults because the chemicals would settle in the lower intestine, and then gravitate to the base of the spine, the two being very close in kids – more so than in adults. The result: Polio.
Two massive lies were propagated in the 1950s, one that a vaccine ended the polio epidemic, and the other that it was caused by a virus. Can you see how the virus protects the pesticide industry from lawsuits? Had it gotten out that their products were paralyzing kids, there would have been a slew of costly lawsuits.
A third lie, not as big as the first two, was to rename poliomyelitis. It is now called AFP, or acute flaccid paralysis, a disease that exhibits the exact same symptoms as polio. It is currently prominent in India, where DDT is widely used.
Similar tales are told to protect other industries, Zika, for instance, used to protect a Japanese subsidiary of Monsanto. Argentine doctors claim that the cases infant microcephaly (shrunken heads) and use of certain pesticides show high correlation.
The classic case I have read about is rabies, or hydrophobia. All dogs have to be vaccinated against a disease that does not even exist. Does it sound familiar? Pasteur is given credit for formulating the vaccine. Here is a quote from page 169 of the book “What Really Makes us Ill by Dawn Lester and David Parker:
“Dr. Matthew Woods, another contemporary of Pasteur, then a leading member of the Philadelphia Medical Society, wrote much on the subject of rabies. He stated, “… At the Philadelphia dog pound, where on an average more than 6000 vagrant dogs are taken annually, and where the catcher’s and keepers are frequently bitten while handling them, not one case of hydrophobia has occurred during its entire history of twenty-five years, in which time 150,000 dogs have been handled.”
Yes, a frightened and sick animal can be dangerous, and a dog bite can transfer infected fluids, perhaps causing infection in humans. But it is not rabies, aka hydrophobia. It is not caused by a virus. As the name, hydrophobia, implies, it is usually a symptom of dehydration, which can also cause foaming around the mouth.
I look around at what modern medicine has wrought, and indeed am discouraged, as so much of it is just a big lie repeated and ingrained in the heads of all medical personnel. I used to go for annual physicals, stopped a few years ago. My last physical featured a PA (Physicians Assistant) who brought in a reinforcement, a newly graduated intern. Their mission: To get me to vaccinate against pneumonia. I recall that the intern was either bent over in front of me, or on his knees for some reason, and that he was emphatic that the vaccine they were pushing was a life saver. I refused. They thought me both ignorant and stupid.
I’ve grown up around vaccines and virus tales, and once believed in both. Only one thing to my credit for all that time: I have never in my life taken the annual flu shot. Honestly, I also don’t think I’ve ever had influenza, even as a kid.