I gained interest in this topic because of a nudge of another and I am looking at what printed history tells us. I have little faith in Mainstream media because of my extensive dealings with them in the past regarding vaccine-injury. They simply don’t cover it.
So I cannot attest to any printed facts being factual, but I can give you my take through my experiences, and further research and study.
I am seriously trying to understand when The Right To Health came to supersede THE RIGHT TO LIFE. Does anyone know when this happened? Please let me know if you do.
I easily survived all the childhood illnesses. As a matter of fact, I suspect they were redesignated diseases only to bring them under government control. There was money to be made and the shots were the way to do it. Our population has been impoverished with the infliction of pharmaceutically-induced diseases.
There are those complaining of overpopulation. Prince Phillip of Britain is one.
And for those who use translation apps, you taste of this text is here:
His Royal Virus
- Reported by Deutsche Press Agentur (DPA), August, 1988.
- In the event that I am reincarnated, I would like to return as a deadly virus, in order to contribute something to solve overpopulation.
- Prince Philip, in his Foreward to If I Were an Animal; United Kingdom, Robin Clark Ltd., 1986.
- I just wonder what it would be like to be reincarnated in an animal whose species had been so reduced in numbers than it was in danger of extinction. What would be its feelings toward the human species whose population explosion had denied it somewhere to exist…. I must confess that I am tempted to ask for reincarnation as a particularly deadly virus.
- Press conference at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. on the occasion of the “Caring for Creation” conference of the North American Conference on Religion and Ecology, May 18, 1990.
- It is now apparent that the ecological pragmatism of the so-called pagan religions, such as that of the American Indians, the Polynesians, and the Australian Aborigines, was a great deal more realistic in terms of conservation ethics than the more intellectual monotheistic philosophies of the revealed religions.
- Address on Receiving Honorary Degree from the University of Western Ontario, Canada, July 1, 1983.
- For example, the World Health Organization Project, designed to eradicate malaria from Sri Lanka in the postwar years, achieved its purpose. But the problem today is that Sri Lanka must feed three times as many mouths, find three times as many jobs, provide three times the housing, energy, schools, hospitals and land for settlement in order to maintain the same standards. Little wonder the natural environment and wildlife in Sri Lanka has suffered. The fact [is] … that the best-intentioned aid programs are at least partially responsible for the problems.
- Preface to Down to Earth by HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, 1988, p.|8.
- I don’t claim to have any special interest in natural history, but as a boy I was made aware of the annual fluctuations in the number of game animals and the need to adjust the “cull” to the size of the surplus population.
- Lecture to the European Council of International Schools. Montreaux, Switzerland, Nov. 14, 1986.
- The great difficulty about “life” is that we humans are part of it, and it is therefore almost impossible to study objectively…. It therefore tends to be anthropocentric and gives scant attention to the welfare of all the other life-forms which share this planet with us.
Prince Phillip is obviously someone of egotistical self-interest and of low intellect. It is not possible for him to recognize moneyed-interests are the problem. Your average earner has no ability to go out hunting excepting those in indigenous regions hunting for food.
He apparently yearns for the days when hunting grounds were restricted to royal and aristocratic blood.
Evolution gave us illnesses to cull the heard, but there is much income to be made through vaccination and people’s fears. Now it seems those very shots we are being told will keep us healthy are doing nothing more than making us sick.
How do I know?
My childhood dream was to be a geneticist: I studied relentlessly for my future. [Records from 1965 document my genetic obsessions at the age of thirteen] In 1976, I declined a free pass to Medical school because there was something terribly wrong with my beautiful toddler. I gave up my future in genetics because I so loved and adored my troubled, bonkers child.
1971 was the advent of vaccination programs in the USA. My beautiful baby boy had three sets of DPT and Oral Polio by the age of 4 months and two days in 1974—they caused vaccine-induced brain damage; although, I didn’t know it at the time. My second child came along and suffered less because the machinations of my older child made it impossible to bring my baby to the pediatrician for his toxic shots. My youngest did suffer from transitory asthma after any shots he did get and facial palsy after his school-shot requirements at the age of four. I cannot find his records and I assume his pediatrician at the time is dead.
Let’s move on to what history tells us:
Mandatory Vaccination in Europe
[Yes—I know—it’s Europe, but let’s go with it, shall we?]
Olivia M. Vaz, MPH, Mallory K. Ellingson, MPH, Paul Weiss, MS, Samuel M. Jenness, PhD,a Azucena Bardají, MD, PhD,dRobert A. Bednarczyk, PhD, Saad B. Omer, MPH, MBBS, PhD
BACKGROUND: Mandatory vaccination has been effective in maintaining high vaccination coverage abstract in countries such as the United States. However, there are no peer-reviewed analyses of the association between mandates and both coverage and subsequent incidence of vaccine-preventable disease in Europe.
METHODS: Using data from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control and the World Health Organization, we evaluated the relationship between country-level mandatory vaccination policies and (1) measles and pertussis vaccine coverage and (2) the annual incidence of these diseases in 29 European countries. Multivariate negative binomial and linear regression models were used to quantify these associations.
RESULTS: Mandatory vaccination was associated with a 3.71 (95% confidence interval [CI]: 1.68 to 5.74) percentage point higher prevalence of measles vaccination and a 2.14 (95% CI: 0.13 to 4.15) percentage point higher prevalence of pertussis vaccination when compared with countries that did not have mandatory vaccination. Mandatory vaccination was only associated with decreased measles incidence for countries without nonmedical exemptions
(adjusted incidence rate ratio = 0.14; 95% CI: 0.05 to 0.36). We did not find a significant association between mandatory vaccination and pertussis incidence.
CONCLUSIONS: Mandatory vaccination and the magnitude of fines were associated with higher vaccination coverage. Moreover, mandatory vaccination was associated with lower measles incidence for countries with mandatory vaccination without nonmedical exemptions. These findings can inform legislative policies aimed at increasing vaccination coverage
And HERE for those who need translation. [You know—you people who need translators could simply click on the links and use the pages’ translators. Maybe you need to be enticed into it…]
For Translation Apps:
Today it’s Ebola Americans are worried about. Two centuries ago it was Yellow Fever. In 1793 a Yellow Fever epidemic struck Philadelphia, costing the lives of some 5,000 inhabitants — 10 percent of the population. Two years later an outbreak in New York City took the lives of more than 700. Then, in 1798 the three largest cities in the young republic — New York, Boston, and Philadelphia — simultaneously suffered from the disease. Another five thousand lives were lost.
That December, for the first time, a president of the United States took official notice of the outbreak. In his Second Annual Address, President John Adams opened with the good news that the “malady has disappeared and that we are again permitted to assemble in safety at the seat of Government for the discharge of our important duties.” But he warned that federal action was required to prevent a recurrence:
[W]hen we reflect that this fatal disorder has within a few years made repeated ravages in some of our principal sea ports, and with increased malignancy, and when we consider the magnitude of the evils arising from the interruption of public and private business, whereby the national interests are deeply affected, I think it my duty to invite the Legislature of the Union to examine the expediency of establishing suitable regulations in aid of the health laws of the respective States; for these being formed on the idea that contagious sickness may be communicated through the channels of commerce, there seems to be a necessity that Congress, who alone can regulate trade, should frame a system which, while it may tend to preserve the general health, may be compatible with the interests of commerce and the safety of the revenue.
Congress didn’t need much convincing. In February, just three months later, the legislature passed the first quarantine act. The law required federal officials to help implement state and local quarantine regulations.
The word quarantine — French for forty days — dates to the middle ages. Passengers arriving by ship in Venice in the 1300s from ports where an outbreak had occurred were required to remain off-shore for a specified time period. Other European coastal cities quickly adopted the same approach. Originally it was believed that thirty days was sufficient; eventually, the authorities in European cities settled on forty, though it’s not known exactly why.
The above page does not link to any form of the video, but I found it below. It gives you a history of one courageous researcher who gave himself Yellow Fever to study it and died.
It certainly looks like vaccination started out as a wonderful altruistic purpose explored by brave men and women. However, when the pharmaceutical industry smelled money to be made, vaccination’s purpose was perverted. Read about some very valid concerns of doctors early in the commercialization of the Medical Industry here:
Let’s take a look at the Not-So-Spanish Flu:
For translation purposes:
by Cristina Valldejuli
Cristina Valldejuli, a graduate of the University of Iowa, is an HNN intern.
Herbal panaceas, special cloths, strict diets, cool drinks, eschewing fireplaces, and the edict that a patient’s bedclothes be no higher than the patient’s waist—these were the prescriptions of the pre-inoculation era when someone contracted smallpox. For centuries pandemic diseases devastated much of mankind. Hardly more than a century ago, 20% of children fell to disease before the age of five, a staggering 20% more died before entering into adolescence, survivors finding little recourse in adulthood from the scourges of the age—diphtheria, yellow fever, small pox, measles, pertussis, and a deadly handful of others. It was in such a dire period that the first federal health mandates were made and bore the political origins of compulsory vaccination.
I will say it again. I am seriously trying to understand when The Right To Health came to supersede THE RIGHT TO LIFE. Does anyone know when this happened? Please let me know if you do.
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