Not surprising given the US has the highest vaccination rate coupled with the highest infant mortality. Go figure. Still lining up for your jabs sleeping ones? Do the math. Join the dots. Not rocket science is it?
RECLAIMING THE VACCINE NARRATIVE: “NO SUCH THING AS A SAFE VACCINE.”
Vaccines are not “safe and effective.” There is no such thing as a safe vaccine.
But you wouldn’t know it to listen to the narrative being reported in the media. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the agency appointed to hold the final word on health and safety says, “Vaccines are safe and effective. The science is settled.”
However, when asked for proof showing that vaccinated children are healthier than unvaccinated children, the so-called science-based CDC offers none, claiming that it would be immoral to do such a study, to withhold ‘life-saving” preventatives from the population. “Trust us. Case closed.”
But curious minds do not close and do not trust opinion without proof as infectious and chronic disease rates skyrocket in children. Concerned individuals who live by the Precautionary Principle want answers. They refuse to be the guinea pigs who offer up their bodies for experimentation.
The Original Study Between The Vaccinated and Unvaccinated
Curious minds do not accept the status quo. They seek information to make informed choices. They look to the past, before the inception of the CDC in 1946. And they discover the first study by Alfred Wallace published in 1889 between vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals for the first Small-pox vaccine entitled, Vaccination: Proved Useless & Dangerous.
The study’s conclusions based on forty-five years of registration statistics concluded the following (p 4):
- – That during the forty-five years of the Registration of deaths and their causes, Small-pox mortality has very slightly diminished, while an exceedingly severe Small-pox epidemic occurred within the last twelve years of the period.
- – That there is no evidence to show that the slight decrease of Small-pox mortality is due to vaccination.
- – That the severity of Small-pox as a disease has not been mitigated by vaccination.
- – That several inoculable diseases have increased to an alarming extent coincidently with enforced vaccination.
The first two claims were proved from the Registrar General’s Reports from 1838 to 1882. The results were indisputable, presented in figures and graphs for the entire period, so that data could not be manipulated.
The author noted that during this time period, a decline in deaths from Diarrhea and Typhus was six times greater than the decline in deaths from Small-pox due “to more efficient sanitation, greater personal attention to the law of health, and probably also to more rational methods of treatment.” Other reports of the time, such as by Dr. Walter Hadwen, MD, agreed.