Vaccination has no net effect on reducing infectious diseases and may instead be causing them to increase

JULIA adds –

I remember looking into the Whooping Cough vaccine in 1998. The government’s own graph showed a steady decline in Whooping Cough over many years. They stated that Whooping Cough had declined since the vaccine was introduced. This was actually true, but they neglected to mention that it had declined at the same rate before the vaccine was introduced. The vaccine made NO DIFFERENCE to the decline of the disease. 
EXTRACT –

It is interesting that in recent decades a decrease of infectious diseases was generally reported, which took place before the introduction of inoculations against these diseases.

According to a 2002 report from Lancet Infectious Diseases–the weight of evidence collectively suggests that personal and environmental hygiene reduces the spread of infection and–Thus results from this review demonstrate that there is a continued, measurable, positive effect of personal and community hygiene on infectious. The same report showed that the crude death rate from infectious diseases decreased to nearly negligible levels long before introduction of universal vaccination practices.
The success of cities in England were remarkable in reducing smallpox mortality substantially compared to other countries by abandoning vaccination between 1882 and 1908.

In the graphs 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” is 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 plummetted [see table below]. Leicester’s approach also cost far less.

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http://intellihub.com/2013/05/26/irrefutable-evidence-shows-historical-application-of-vaccines-had-no-health-benefit-or-impact-on-prevention-of-infectious-disease/

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2 Responses to “Vaccination has no net effect on reducing infectious diseases and may instead be causing them to increase”

  1. Julia says:

    I remember looking into the Whooping Cough vaccine in 1998. The government’s own graph showed a steady decline in Whooping Cough over many years. They stated that Whooping Cough had declined since the vaccine was introduced. This was actually true, but they neglected to mention that it had declined at the same rate before the vaccine was introduced. The vaccine made NO DIFFERENCE to the decline of the disease.

  2. susan says:

    Vaccinations are to damage the bodys healing process they also put crap in them causing autism amongst other things. read on the net stop all vaccines

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