Another vaccination fraud perpetrated: Smallpox was not eradicated by needles, nor will it be.

If someone came to you and wanted to cut off your child’s arm with a knife, and then use unsterilised ivory needles (which may have been used on hundreds of people already) to put in an unsterilised septic mixture of germs, mixed with glycerine and dead animal pustules, you would most likely refuse, yet this is the reality of over 100 years of smallpox vaccination.

While the methodology has been refined (a single-use needle is considered the only safe way to inject drugs), the fact remains that this medical practice was constant for decades, precisely in historical periods when diseases such as syphilis and leprosy were rife. In 2001, the WHO even acknowledged that more than one million people die each year worldwide from “uncontrolled” injections, according to an article published in The Lancet on 8 December 2001.

Biological warfare with smallpox: the case of the Philippines

One of the most serious cases of genocide in the history of smallpox vaccination followed the US conquest of the Philippines. In the Philippines, shortly before the US Army took over in 1905, mortality from smallpox cases was around 10 per cent. In 1905, after the start of systematic vaccination imposed by the new colonial authorities, an epidemic occurred in which case mortality ranged from 25 to 50 per cent in different parts of the islands.

In 1918-1919, with more than 95 per cent of the population vaccinated, the worst epidemic in Philippine history occurred, with a mortality rate of 65 per cent. The highest percentage occurred in the capital, Manila, the most heavily vaccinated place. The lowest percentage was in Mindanao, the least vaccinated because of religious prejudice.

“When the Philippines were taken over by the United States in 1898, the islands became a showcase for the sale of vaccines. They had had plenty of vaccines, of course, under Spanish rule, but the Americans began to clean up the place, and the various smallpox figures made a big appearance, as was to be expected, and the vaccine distributors made big bows, as usual” (Archie Kalokerinos).

Vaccine sales were huge and paid for by the Filipinos. However, when the inevitable epidemic came, in 1918-20, out of a population of 10,000,000, the more than 71,000 deaths was more than matched by as many epidemics during the same three years. Malaria took 93,000, influenza 91,000, tuberculosis 80,000, while dysentery, cholera and typhus together took another 70,000. It will be seen, therefore, that during one of the worst epidemics in history, deaths from smallpox were well below 1 per cent of the population.

The ‘high contagiousness’ myth

Another great myth spread by the pharmaceutical industry is that smallpox is “highly infectious and contagious”. In fact, the Spanish Ministry of Health has already dictated a solution to deal with monkeypox: confine “suspected” cases.

All medical authorities agree that the risk of entering a room where there are cases of infectious disease is infinitesimally small for the healthy individual; and that even when a person actually helps move a sick patient with an infectious disorder to another room or means of transport, while the risk is greater, it is actually very small for the healthy individual.

As a general rule, it has been very rare to find nurses affected by smallpox living for hours and days in the same environment with the sick, and at the same time using the simplest of precautions. It is rarer still to hear of doctors falling ill with infectious diseases contracted in their practice, and it is well known that doctors never, or very rarely, carry the infection of such diseases home with them.

Indeed, it is absurd for the WHO to maintain today that the world “conquered smallpox” thanks to vaccination campaigns, when less than 10 per cent of the world’s population was inoculated with these vaccines. The obsession with smallpox has led governments to ignore the real cause of smallpox mortality: poor sanitation, bad food, overcrowding and toxic habits.

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