You know about how individuals gain control of the power of the State and then abuse that power like former US President George “Dubya” Bush? “Dubya” started a war in Iraq which was highly profitable for some US businesses. He achieved this by claiming Iraq had a nuclear weapons programme which was a serious world security threat when Iraq did not and when it had already been bombed into oblivion by the war his Dad George Bush Snr waged on Iraq in 1992: Valerie Plame Wilson: the housewife CIA spy who was ‘fair game’ for Bush UK The Telegraph By Chrissy Iley 15 Feb 2011.
Remember how Bush was supported by UK Premier Tony Blair who helped by persuading the British Parliament to join the US with faked “intelligence” of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction which did not exist but which Blair claimed could be deployed within 40 minutes and posed a serious security threat?
If you remember that then you will know how these kinds of people manipulate the media. Notice how they persuade us we are in imminent danger of some threat or other and that they can save us all if we trust them?
This trickery is not new. It had been used for well over a century with smallpox. The myth continues to this day.
On CHS we wrote previously about how unscientific the claim is that smallpox was eradicated by vaccination when that frankly is nonsense scientifically. The demise of the disease came about as a result of the interaction of three completely different factors: isolation, attenuation and improved living conditions, particularly nutrition and sanitation. The effect cannot be attributable to the smallpox vaccine – any vaccine which takes over 100 years to work ipso facto proves itself not to have:
There was a nasty disease called smallpox and it did kill people long ago.
This was especially the case when the poor moved to the cities during the industrial revolution looking for work and choked them in overcrowded unsanitary slums ripe for breeding and spreading disease: London’s first park built after rich feared disease spread from slums UK The Independent By Andy McSmith Friday 07 November 2008; Hygiene History in the Industrialized World.
The middle and upper classes needed to be reassured the State would keep them safe from the threat of disease. The majority of the population of entire countries were persuaded their States could achieve this by ensuring the then truly “great unwashed” masses would be vaccinated and the disease controlled. The trouble was this was a myth but the people wanted to believe and were persuaded.
Smallpox vaccination did not work and sometimes killed as many or more than the disease itself whilst many of the “vaccinated” still contracted the disease: Smallpox Mortality, UK, USA, Sweden.
Now you can read a relatively short but well-referenced history of the myth of vaccination and the myth of its role in the eradication of smallpox:
Online Version – Vaccination: A Mythical History ~ by Roman Bystrianyk and Suzanne Humphries MD – August 27, 2013
PDF file download – Vaccination: A Mythical History ~ by Roman Bystrianyk and Suzanne Humphries MD – August 27, 2013
In the graphs below notice the large numbers of deaths caused by the smallpox vaccine itself. By 1901 in the UK, more people died from the smallpox vaccination than from smallpox itself. The severity of the disease dimished with improved living standards and was not vanquished by vaccination, as the medical “consensus” view tells us. Any vaccine which takes 100 years to “work” did not. On any scientific analysis of the history and data, crediting smallpox vaccine for the decline in smallpox appears misplaced.
When during 1880-1908 the City of Leicester in England stopped vaccination compared to the rest of the UK and elsewhere, its survival rates soared and smallpox death rates plummeted [see table below]. Leicester’s approach also cost far less.
SMALLPOX FATALITY RATES, cases in vaccinated and re-vaccinated populations compared with “unprotected” Leicester – 1860 to 1908.
|Name.||Period.||Small-Pox. Cases||Small-Pox. Deaths.||Fatality-rate per cent. of Cases|
|British Army (United Kingdom)||1860-1908||1,355||96||7.1|
|British Army (India)||1860-1908||2,753||307||11.1|
|British Army (Colonies)||1860-1908||934||82||8.8|
|Grand Totals and case fatality rate per cent, over all||296,730||78,134||26.3|
|Leicester (since giving up vaccination)||1880-1908||1,206||61||5.1|
Biggs said “In this comparison, I have given the numbers of revaccinated cases, and deaths, and each fatality-rate separately and together, so that they may be compared either way with Leicester. In pro-vaccinist language, may I ask, if the excessive small-pox fatality of Japan, of the British Army, and of the Royal Navy, are not due to vaccination and revaccination, to what are they due? It would afford an interesting psychical study were we able to know to what heights of eloquent glorification Sir George Buchanan would have soared with a corresponding result—but on the opposite side.“
Small-Pox Epidemics, Cost, and Fatality Rates Compared
|Vaccinal Condition||Small-Pox Cases||Small-Pox Deaths||Fatality-rate Per Cent||Cost of Epidemic|
|London 1900-02||Well Vaccinated||9,659||1,594||16.50||£492,000|
|Glasgow 1900-02||Well Vaccinated||3,417||377||11.03||£ 150,000|
|Sheffield 1887-88||Well Vaccinated||7,066||688||9.73||£32,257|
|Leicester 1892-94||Practically Unvaccinated||393||21||5.34||£2,888|
|Leicester 1902-04||Practically Unvaccinated||731||30||4.10||£1,602|
This article was originally published by Child Health Safety