The Quack Theory of Vaccination; Idiot’s Delight
This analysis applies to all vaccines, including the new RNA COVID injections, which are actually genetic treatments.
In today’s episode of Mainstream Vaccine Quackery, Medical Morons, and How to Make a Fortune Selling Injected Snake Oil, we ask the burning question: How can the body adequately respond to a rehearsal (vaccination) unless it’s ALREADY prepared for the REAL THING?
Vaccinations are said to be rehearsals. Whatever is injected stimulates the immune system to respond to a harmless version of a germ-invader. As a result, this military exercise prepares the body for the real thing, should it appear in the future.
But why does the body need a rehearsal?
If a vaccination does stimulate the immune system to respond, doesn’t this constitute proof that the body is already prepared to defend against real attacks?
Why does the immune system swing into gear and mount a defense against whatever is in the vaccine? Answer: Because it’s already ready for a) that military exercise and b) the real thing.
The “prompt” provided by the vaccine was unnecessary.
The public, however, has a standard reaction to the notion of rehearsals. “It’s a good idea. Soldiers drill to prepare for actual battle. Stage actors rehearse over and over, before the opening night of a play. Makes sense.”
However, the human body is different. Many functions are automatic. Do babies need stimulants to teach their blood to flow? Must little children engage in breathing exercises in school, so their bodies don’t forget to take in air and expel it?
Immune defense (however you want describe the process) is one of those automatic functions. If it weren’t, the production of antibodies, which is said to take place after vaccination, wouldn’t occur—and doctors would say, “You need a vaccination to get you ready for vaccination.”
The typical response to this and all criticisms of vaccines is: Well, through vaccination, we wiped out millions of cases of many diseases.
But is that claim true?
I’ve tackled the subject several times. Here is an example:
In this piece, I want to take a look at a few fundamentals about vaccination. In particular, the claim that vaccines have done a fantastic job of reducing case numbers of diseases, and therefore all criticisms of these injections are irrelevant.
From his bio: “Richard Moskowitz was born in 1938, and educated at Harvard (B.A.) and New York University (M.D.). After medical school he did 3 years of graduate study in Philosophy at the University of Colorado in Boulder on a U. S. Steel Fellowship.”
“He took his internship at St. Anthony’s Hospital, Denver, and has been practicing family medicine since 1967, as well as attending about 800 home births. With a background in Oriental medicine and other forms of natural healing, Dr. Moskowitz
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