I’ve just been recently watching the You tube video and reading the book Dissolving Illusion, which is about the untold vaccination story, and a whole different picture begins to emerge, especially on the telling of the polio vaccine story, which is totally different from the official story that’s told.
They’re worth a read and a watch for they are told by people from inside the medical fraternity and by people who have done a lot of research.
And an interesting phrase from the book is:
“You can be vaccinated, but if there is no immunity, you are not immunized. You can be unvaccinated, but if you have had the disease and have protection, you are immune; therefore you are immunized”
And six things become very clear when researching diseases and vaccines:
Diseases were in decline long before vaccines were ever introduced
The reduction of diseases is mainly due to better sanitation infrastructure and practices
The better one’s immune system becomes, the better off one becomes
Viruses are more prevalent if people are more run down and eating poorly
Flu vaccines without the adjuvants, mainly aluminium and mercury, are pretty much ineffectual
Mercury and Aluminium are detrimental to the human body
Like any other subject I or anyone else explores, anyone reading what’s written must do their own research and come to their own conclusions.
Vaccines- Honesty v Policy
And finally a passage from the book Dissolving Illusions if one ever wonders why doctors do not speak out more:
So next time you are in your doctors office and you say, “I’m worried about the safety of vaccination,” and you are told, “you don’t understand, you’re not a doctor …….” Remember that, if you are a doctor and say, “I’m worried about the safety of vaccination,” you will be told, “We’re charging you with serious professional misconduct…”
And I think that passage alone says more than enough, and the more research that one does about vaccines and their effectiveness, the more questions and doubts begin to emerge and it appears, from the past and now, that:
The best way to protect one from flus and diseases is good sanitary infrastructure, good hygiene practices and a good diet