Forgotten Moments From the History of Vaccines – Yes, History Matters

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Forgotten Moments From the History of Vaccines – Yes, History Matters
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Jon Rappoport, Guest
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Scientific propaganda about vaccines has reached dizzying heights, as officials point the uninformed public toward the Day of Liberation, when a COVID shot, otherwise known as God, will rescue Earth.

Here, from a chapter in my 1988 book, AIDS INC., is an excerpt exposing some of the infamous moments in vaccination history—hidden by the press, or simply forgotten.

For those denialists who cling to the notion that vaccines are remarkably safe and effective, this article is a pill you can swallow, bitter to be sure, but immunizing against the effects of bald lies from the bent medical establishment.

Understand: this is only a partial history of disasters and revelations, and it stops at 1988.

“The combined death rate from scarlet fever, diphtheria, whooping cough and measles among…

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3 thoughts on “Forgotten Moments From the History of Vaccines – Yes, History Matters”

  1. They were not forgotten by me. I blocked him from some of my feeds. Perhaps you can guess why.

    I think I’m going to go off on my own and enjoy myself. Perhaps he can comment on this:

    “When I was a kid in the 50s/60s, Einstein came out against quantum mechanics. He was a hero of mine, so I pushed quantum mechanics out of my mind. He especially didn’t like anything being random. I remember that coming up somewhere.

    I haven’t really done a lot of studying on it yet, but my mind is wandering over what I once knew. I find myself wanting to approach this by proving to myself it is not the word random that is at fault, but our definition of it.

    But in looking at the last words I wrote, I can see how much I hate the idea that anything is random.

    I cannot shake my firm belief that nothing is random at all.”

    I’m working too hard for nothing while people work hard for notoriety and publicity. Neither will buy anyone anything.

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