August 17, 2017
I’ve placed these lies in the context of a Q&A:
Q: Let’s say I accept the idea that vaccines create protection against disease. Vaccines create immunity. What’s the problem? Why should I worry? Why should I go outside the mainstream for information?
A: Well, let’s start here. The theory of vaccination states that the shots cause a person’s immune system to swing into action against a particular germ that is placed in the vaccine. This is a “rehearsal” that prepares the immune system to react when the real disease and the real germ come along later. Got that?
Q: Yes. That’s what I’ve been taught.
A: But you see, there is one vaccine (Hepatitis B) that is given to a baby the day it is born. The baby has no immune system of its own. In fact, some researchers say a child doesn’t fully develop his own immune system until age 12-14.
Q: Yes? So?
A: A vaccine can’t cause the desired “rehearsal” unless the recipient has his own immune system. That’s obvious.
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Q: But that would mean the vaccine can’t work during those years when a child doesn’t have his own fully developed immune system.
Q: But then all the experts would be wrong.
A: That’s right.
Q: What about the elderly? We constantly hear they must get vaccines because they have weak immune systems.
A: That’s another piece of fake information. Vaccines can’t make a weak immune system stronger. According to conventional wisdom, vaccines merely prepare a functioning immune system for a disease that will come along later. Actually, a vaccination given to people whose immune systems are weak can have a decidedly negative effect. The vaccination can overwhelm the weak immune system.
Q: But we have a great deal of information stating that vaccines have wiped out traditional diseases. The success rate has been remarkable.