With the CoronaVirus scare there are a lot of fears and pushes for a new vaccine. With the advent of the smart phone, there is now an abundance of information readily accessible to the average person. Unfortunately, this has resulted in formerly ignorant people who were ignored, having the ability to post misinformation and reach large numbers of people with their ignorance.
This post will cover a few basics.
- What is a virus vs. a bacteria?
- What is a vaccine?
- Who are the experts?
What is the difference between a virus and a bacteria? Why do we care?
From the MayoClinic:
“Bacteria are single-celled microorganisms that thrive in many different types of environments” and viruses “are even smaller than bacteria and require living hosts — such as people, plants or animals — to multiply. Otherwise, they can’t survive. ”
Both viruses and bacteria are spread through the air, bodily contact, cross contamination (ie: infected person touches a surface, non infected person touches the same surface and becomes infected), and exchange of bodily fluids.
Bacteria can be treated by antibiotics because those inhibit growth and reproduction, but viruses don’t do that until they enter a host bodies cells. The only way to fight off the virus is to have antibodies produced by your white blood cells.
Most treatments of viruses merely treat the symptoms so that you feel better while your body fights the virus.
The best ways to prevent the spread of a virus or bacteria, or contracting a disease spread by virus or bacteria is:
- Cover your mouth or nose when you sneeze or cough.
- Wash your hands frequently, especially after going to the bathroom or preparing food.
- Avoid contact with the bodily fluids of others
Even the experts at the CDC say the same thing about viruses:
- Keep yourself and the child in your care away from people who are sick as much as you can.
- Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze—throw the tissue away after you use it, and wash your hands.
- Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after you cough or sneeze. If you are not near water, use an alcohol-based hand cleaner.
- Try not to touch your eyes, nose or mouth. Germs often spread this way.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces, especially when someone is ill.
The point is simply this. Your body will attempt to attack the invader and heal itself.
We don’t have medicines that “cure” all ailments. We have medications that destroy bacterium’s ability to survive but we don’t have anything that kills a virus.
This is why hand-washing by doctors became a thing circa 1846. It was the simplest way to prevent the spread of disease.
What is a vaccine?
A vaccine is made from very small amounts of weak or dead germs that can cause diseases — for example, viruses, bacteria, or toxins. It prepares your body to fight the disease faster and more effectively so you won’t get sick. – Vaccines.gov
In other words: a vaccine gives your body a sample of the disease so that “YOUR BODY CAN FORM A NATURAL DEFENSE AGAINST IT”. A vaccine is not a cure, it is actually the disease, albeit a weakened one. In the case of a virus, because it is not alive to begin with, it is merely a weakened (not dead) form of the original virus.
If you have a weak immune system (due to tiredness, disease, lack of proper diet, vitamin deficiency, etc), or low white blood cell count, the vaccine may actually cause flu like symptoms as your body attempts to fight the weakened disease. Sometimes, you may actually catch the disease that the vaccine is supposed to prevent.
Who are the Experts?
- The government, who presumably is trying to protect us.
- The Center for Disease Control (CDC), who recommend certain vaccines.
- The vaccine companies, who presumably care about us and are trying to protect us.
1. The Government
If you believe the first point, I would recommend reading this article: Vaccines, Government Healthcare, and Your Body
The government (and most governments of the world) do not care individually about YOU. They care about money, power, and keeping their own nation afloat. This means having enough taxpayers to keep the government running. If a few thousand or million citizens die for the “greater good” then the government is appeased and continues on. The government does not care about the health of YOUR child other than as a statistic as a potential taxpayer.
2. The CDC
The head of the CDC is
Robert R. Redfield, MD
A graduate of Georgetown University and its School of Medicine, Dr. Redfield did his residency at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, then stayed on as a researcher in the military, focusing on AIDS. In 1996, he launched the virology institute with Dr. Robert C. Gallo, who developed the blood test for H.I.V., the human immunodeficiency virus.
In addition, his research into a potential treatment vaccine led to allegations of data distortion and a military investigation
Dr. Redfield oversees clinical care and research at the virology institute, which provides H.I.V. treatment to more than 6,000 patients in the Baltimore-Washington area and more than 1 million people in Africa and the Caribbean
So the head of the CDC helped come up with vaccines, established a virology institute, and makes money off of vaccines and vaccine research.
I’m sure there is absolutely no conflict of interest in having someone who makes money off vaccines be the 1 person in the country we turn to for advice on whether or not we need to take vaccines.
Similar conflicts of interest exist for all previous heads of the CDC as well. In fact, the CDC owns patents on dozens of vaccines. The CDC is in fact in conflict of interest with itself. Check this article here: CDC is a vaccine company, owns 56 vaccines
3. VACCINE companies – do they care?
The Supreme Court ruled that vaccine companies cannot be held liable for death or injury. In other words, they have no monetary goal to prevent bad vaccines.
42 U. S. C. §300aa–22(b)(1), which 2 BRUESEWITZ v. WYETH LLC Syllabus provides that “[n]o vaccine manufacturer shall be liable in a civil action for damages arising from a vaccine-related injury or death associated with the administration of a vaccine after October 1, 1988, if the injury or death resulted from side-effects that were unavoidable even though the vaccine was properly prepared and was accompanied by proper directions and warnings.” The Third Circuit affirmed.
The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act passed by the 99th Congress in 1986 was acknowledgement by the U.S. government that:
“Federally licensed and recommended vaccines mandated by states for children to attend school can and do cause injury and death”
- Viruses and bacteria spread through contact
- The body develops white blood cells and antibodies to fight viruses
- Vaccines introduce a weakened form of the virus – they do not cure
- Vaccines are pushed by the CDC which owns Vaccine patents and makes money from them
- Almost all of the leadership of the CDC either started, worked for, or make money from vaccine companies.
- Anyone who blindly accepts government enforced vaccinations is dangerously naive
- The coronavirus spreads like any other virus and can be prevented and treated with proper hygiene, good diet, and a healthy immune system like all other viruses.
- Their is no cure for a virus – your body produces white blood cells which develop antibodies when it contacts a virus.
- Don’t assume a vaccine will cure you. Educate yourself, investigate, and have a healthy dose of skepticism of the people pushing it on you. It is YOUR BODY not theirs.