America is a proud nation, even when it comes to people celebrating a pride in their mental illness by parading in ass-less chaps down Main Street. We boast about being number one in the world for prescribing the most antibiotics and having the highest vaccinated population. And yet, we also have the highest infant mortality rates, the second-highest rate of death by coronary artery disease, another silver medal in highest rate of death by lung disease, and take the gold in the highest rate of women dying due to complications of pregnancy and childbirth.
I know what you’re thinking… How in the hell does that work?
Well, not many people actually know this, and even fewer question the authorities who developed various strategies to eliminate such diseases. These strategies include pasteurization, sterilization, irradiation, chemicals, pesticides, antibiotics, heavy metal preservatives (mercury), and of course, vaccines. The developers of these strategies were scientists who led us to believe that sterilizing the body and the soil was the answer that would save humanity. And we believed them.
Today, there still remains no long-term study on single or bundled vaccines, yet infants without fully-developed immune systems receive up to nine vaccines in one “wellness” visit. Each of these vaccines contain neurotoxins such as mercury, aluminum, and a plethora of others.
So, with a vast increase in deaths and epidemics of infectious disease outbreaks within vaccinated populations, it appears that we do in fact have a long-term vaccine study—which is a complete failure.
Yet, there’s still a massive push today to vaccinate everyone for the current “virus” and every new disease diagnosis. There’s also no informed consent provided by the practitioners, no disclosure of heavy metals and carcinogens being injected, and no liability by vaccine makers if the patient suffers and/or dies from an injury or disease he/she had been vaccinated for. That responsibility falls solely on us.
The greatest weapon used against us is our own consent, even when it comes to our own children. Kids are now being pressured in schools to consent to vaccinations, without parental supervision or knowledge. I didn’t believe this until a friend of mine had said his child had come home from school one day claiming he and everyone else in his class “got a shot.”
According to the CDC Immunization Schedule, if including yearly flu shots, a child at 6-years-old will have had up to 49 doses of up to 14 vaccines. This is very uncommon however, even for die-hard vaccination supporters, with each new dose after age two being its own doctor visit.
Why so many doses though?
If artificial immunity-vaccinations worked, why do we need boosters?
Why do we need anything, when, according to our current statistics, these vaccinations and boosters don’t even work?
The answer is simple: not only do these vaccinations not work, their toxicity doesn’t match the body’s natural immunization system which weakens it, causing disease.
If we are to see a decline in disease, it would be due to better diet, improved sanitation, and improved living conditions, which all attribute to an overall better sense of well-being.
Natural immunity requires response from the whole body—T-cells, B-cells, macrophages, bacteria, and viruses. By nature, we are actually 8% viral (hence, the “Covid” test only testing for coronavirus such as this). Antibodies alone, are not required for immunity.
As above, so below; as within, so without. Our bodies, like the planet, are naturally bacterial and viral. We are no greater than the tiniest, micro inhabitants who are also just along for the ride. Through adaptive mutation, we get acclimated to our environment and make the necessary adjustments, just as they do. To kill off our “bugs,” via vaccinations, antibiotics (which only mask symptoms until the body fixes itself), sterilization, etc., is to kill off ourselves.
We are a part of nature, meaning our bodies are self-sustaining, self-regulating, self-healing, and self-protecting. The body is a biological ecosystem with its own natural defenses, where nutritional status and toxicity are key factors to the strength of our immune system.
According to French scientist Antoine Bechamp, author of The Blood and its Third Element, germs are the scavengers of disease that manifest when the body’s natural metabolic processes are thrown-off. He and Claude Bernard had discovered germs were “merely symptoms, which lead to more symptoms to become a disease.”
In his argument against healing with vaccinations, Bechamp stated, “The most serious disorders may be provoked by the injection of living organisms into the blood.”
What we have been led to believe is that microorganisms known as pathogens or “germs” can lead to disease and infection. They invade humans, animals, and other living hosts in order to grow and reproduce within their hosts, which can cause disease. This is the currently-accepted theory that scientists have us believe is actually true.
It is still just a theory.
From the 1995 film 12 Monkeys, Jeffrey Goines (Brad Pitt) rants to James Cole (Bruce Willis) about what crazy is within a sanitized mental asylum.
Goines: You know what crazy is? Crazy is majority rules. Take germs, for example.
Goines: Uh-huh. In the eighteenth century, no such thing, nada, nothing. No one ever imagined such a thing. No sane person, anyway. Ah! Ah! Along comes this doctor, uh, uh, uh, Semmelweis, Semmelweis. Semmelweis comes along. He’s trying to convince people, well, other doctors mainly, that there’s these teeny tiny invisible bad things called germs that get into your body and make you sick. Ah? He’s trying to get doctors to wash their hands. What is this guy? Crazy? Teeny, tiny, invisible? What do you call it? Uh, uh, germs? Huh? What? Now, cut to the 20th century. Last week, as a matter of fact, before I got dragged into this hellhole, I go in to order a burger in this fast food joint, and the guy drops it on the floor. Jim. He picks it up, he wipes it off, he hands it to me like it’s all OK. “What about the germs?” I say. He says, “I don’t believe in germs. Germs is just a plot they made up so they can sell you disinfectants and soaps.” Now he’s crazy, right? See?
Goines: Ah! Ah! There’s no right, there’s no wrong. There’s only popular opinion…
Garko, M.G. (2012, August). The terrain within: A naturalistic way to think about and practice good health and wellness. Health and Wellness Monthly. www.letstalknutrition.com.
Bechamp, Antoine. The Blood and Its Third Element. A Distant Mirror, 2002.