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Is History Going to Repeat Itself AGAIN???
Posted by: John Rose ()
Date: February 12, 2021 03:39PM

I was reminded around 3 weeks ago that Social Media is going to really start cracking down on anyone who says anything negative about Vaccines, which comes as no surprise to me because I know why History Repeats Itself, and now we see what happened to Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. just the other day!

One of the most important lessons to be learned from Natural Hygiene comes from their documented accounts of Medical History. For example, Herbert Shelton did a great job of codifying what happened since its inception over 200 years ago, especially in his book, "The Hygienic Care of Children" published in 1931. When one reads this book, they can see how history is repeating itself by looking at what our so-called medical authorities did in the 1920s and compare that to what's happening now!

Here are a few highlights that should get everyone's attention...

CHAPTER XXII
THE ACUTE "INFECTIOUS" DISEASES OF CHILDHOOD


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SMALLPOX

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Health Boards, working in cooperation with the makers of vaccine, stage frequent fake smallpox-scares to frighten people into being vaccinated. Numbers of these panics for profit have been exposed within recent years.

The assertions that vaccination prevents smallpox and that it is harmless will be discussed under the disease, Vaccinia.

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The disease is as contagious as ingrowing toenails, and every case must be quarantined. Fear of the disease must be kept up in the public, for it is only thus that the present farce can go on.

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CHAPTER XXVII
VACCINIA


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The first record of smallpox seems to be in India, where also is the first record of inoculation, where the practice was in vogue over three thousand years ago. Dhanwantari, the Vedic father of medicine, and the earliest known Hindu physician, supposed to have lived 1500 B. C., is said to have been the first to practice inoculation and it is also stated that the Hindus employed a vaccine. For over a thousand years inoculation has been practiced in China.

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In 1923, 1924 and 1925 great efforts were made in England to have everybody vaccinated. Thousands of vaccinations were performed. There occurred a great increase in the cases of Encephalitis-Lethargica. In 1924, there were 6,296 cases of this and similar affections reported in England and Wales, with a population of 38,746,000; or 162 cases per million of population. In Liverpool, with a population of 836,000 there was reported 257 such cases; or 306 cases per million of population. Liverpool was fifty per cent better vaccinated than the average of England and Wales, and had almost 100% more Encephalitis. I presume this was due to an "intercurrent affection," or a "latent infection," or to a "secondary infection."

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The Netherlands, and other countries, for instance, France, have also reported cases of this kind. In the Journal of the American Medical Association, July 3, 1926, P. 45, is an article by its Berlin correspondent discussing "Nervous disturbances and Smallpox Vaccination." In it are these words: "In regions in which there is no organized vaccination of the population, general paralysis is rare. In patients with general paralysis he (Dr. Daraskwiewicz), has never seen smallpox scars, but vaccination scars were always present." It is noted that, whereas, boys are most susceptible to post-vaccinal tetanus, girls are most susceptible to post-vaccinal encephalitis.

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Since vaccination was made compulsory in England and Wales one million infants have died of convulsions, tetanus, encephalitis, meningitis, and other nervous ailments. How many of these were due to vaccination there is now no means of knowing, but in the light of present facts, we are safe in assuming that a large proportion of them died from this cause.

In 1924 there were recorded in England and Wales 5,039 cases of Encephalitis Lethargica, 397 of cerebro-spinal fever, 777 acute poleomyelitis, 83 poleo-encephalitis--a total of 6,296 cases, with 2,200 deaths, 2,520 permanently injured brains (insane), and 1,575 complete recoveries.

The cases in 1924 were three times as great as the yearly average for the nine proceeding years. In 1922- 23-24 the doctors of England and Wales cooked up a number of smallpox scares, causing 288,000 revaccinations. "Extra vaccination was followed by this extra crop of sleepy sickness."

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The League of Nations in its Report of Aug. 27, 1928 mentions 139 cases and 41 deaths in Holland. This resulted in Holland stopping compulsory vaccination during 1920-29. The total number of vaccinations in Holland in the first half of 1928 was less than one- third of those for the first half of 1927 and the deaths from Encephalitis were reduced to less than one-third.

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The Christian Herald, England, July 7, 1927, carries an account of a smallpox epidemic, of a very serious type, in 15 departments (counties) in France, with a death rate of nearly 50 per cent in women and about 33 per cent in men. All of these cases were vaccinated people--many of the victims having been vaccinated as many as three times. If vaccination protects, why did it fail in these cases?

In our army during the Spanish American War and in the Philippines the soldiers had been vaccinated, not only annually, but every six weeks. Chief Surgeon Lippincott said "Vaccination is carried on as regularly as post drill." Yet the official report shows 276 cases of smallpox in 1899 with 78 deaths; 246 cases in 1900 with 113 deaths; and 125 cases with 37 deaths in 1901; the case fatality of nearly fifty per cent, in 1900 being the highest ever recorded for this disease in the army -- a well vaccinated army, if there ever was one.

In 1872 Japan passed a compulsory vaccination law which was rigidly enforced. But smallpox continued to ravage that country. In 1885 another law was passed requiring revaccination every seven years. From 1886 to 1892 there were 25,474,370 vaccinations, re-vaccinations and re-re-vaccinations recorded in Japan. During these same seven years, 1886 to 1892, Japan had 156,175 cases of smallpox, with 38,979 deaths or a case-fatality of nearly 25 per cent which exceeds the smallpox death-rate of the pre-vaccination period when nobody was vaccinated. In a single year (1893) Japan had 41,898 cases of smallpox with 11,852 deaths.

In 1896 the Japanese Parliment passed an act, which was immediately signed by the Mikado, requiring every resident of Japan, whatever his or her station in life, to be vaccinated and revaccinated every five years. The act was rigidly enforced under severe penalties. Baron Takalira boasted in London in 1906, at the Jubilee Dinner of the Society of Medical Officers Of Health of England that:

"There are no anti-vaccinationists in Japan. Every child is vaccinated before it is six months old, revaccinated when it enters school at six years and again re-vaccinated at fourteen years of age when going to the middle school, and the men are re-vaccinated before entering the army, while a further re-vaccination is enforced whenever an outbreak of smallpox occurs."


Notice the last part of this statement. If vaccination prevents smallpox, how do "outbreaks of smallpox" occur in such a thoroughly vaccinated country? There can be but one answer--namely; Vaccination does not protect.

This compulsory vaccination law became effective in Japan in 1896. In 1897 there were 49,946 cases of smallpox in Japan, with 2,276 deaths from this cause. In 1908 there were 10,067 cases with 5,837 deaths officially recorded.

From 1889 to 1908 Japan had 171,611 cases of smallpox with 47,919 deaths. If anybody thinks that vaccination, re-vaccination, and re-re-vaccination prevents or mitigates smallpox, let him look at these figures. Here is a case fatality of nearly 30 per cent. It would be interesting to know to what extent the disease was mitigated by vaccination in those 47,919 fatal cases of post-vaccinal smallpox.

The New York Medical Journal, July 22, 1899, contains an article on "Vaccination in Italy," by Chas, Rauta, M. D., Prof. of Hygiene and Materia Medica in the University of Perguia, Italy. In this he points out that "Italy is one of the best vaccinated countries in the world, if not the best of all, and we can prove that mathematically." He says further: "For twenty years before 1885, our Nation was vaccinated in the proportion of 98.5 per cent. Notwithstanding, the epidemics of smallpox that we have had have been something so frightful that nothing before the invention of vaccination could equal them." "During 1887, we had 16,249 deaths from smallpox; in 1888, 18,110; and in 1889, 13,413."

Referring to the Italian army, in which "vaccination had been performed twice a year in the most satisfactory manner for many years past" he says that "now we see that soldiers not protected because vaccination did not 'take' were less attacked by smallpox than those 'duly protected' by the good results of their revaccination; and that the death-rate in those vaccinated with good results was greater than among those in whom the vaccination did not take."

We have forced vaccination on the Philippines since we took over the Islands. Spain had done the same thing previously. In 1905-06; 1907-08 and in 1918-19 these Islands experienced severe smallpox epidemics, the 1918-19 one being the worst of all. There were 47,887 cases of smallpox with 16,578 deaths officially reported in 1918. In Manila alone, the best vaccinated part of the Islands, there were 1,326 cases and 869 deaths, or a case mortality of 65.3 per cent. The lowest mortality, 11.4 per cent was in Mindanao, the least vaccinated portions of the islands.

The Health Service got busy and vaccinated thousands and thousands, performing about four vaccinations for each inhabitant in Manila. The result was that in 1919 there were 99,300 cases of smallpox, with 47,395 deaths.

In two years time in a population of less than 11,000,000 there were 147,187 cases of smallpox and 63,973 deaths.

The 1920 Report of the Philippine Health Service. (see pages 141 and 142), makes the following very brief comment: "FROM THE TIME IN WHICH SMALLPOX WAS PRACTICALLY ERADICATED IN THE CITY OF MANILA TO THE YEAR 1918 (ABOUT 9 YEARS) IN WHICH THE EPIDEMIC APPEARED CERTAINLY IN ONE OF ITS SEVEREST FORMS, HUNDREDS AFTER HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE WERE YEARLY VACCINATED WITH THE MOST UNFORTUNATE RESULT THAT THE 1918 EPIDEMIC LOOKS PRIMA FACIE AS A FLAGRANT FAILURE OF THE CLASSIC IMMUNIZATION TOWARDS FUTURE EPIDEMICS." (Caps. Mine.)

Alibies were offered for the failure, however, and the dirty work continues. No matter how great the evil, those who profit off it will not correct it not so long as profits are still to be made therefrom.

There is an unvaccinated country in this world without smallpox. Australia is the great unvaccinated country and despite dire predictions of disaster from vacane advocates, Australia remains free from smallpox. Three-fourths of her population have always been in the never-vaccinated class. Under the modern theory that vaccinal immunity lasts only five years (Italy vaccinated twice a year and failed) 2-1/2% of her population are "protected."

In the whole of Australian history less than one person a year has died of smallpox. Many of these were from the outside and were simply quarantined there. In Queensland where the official figures show 1 vaccination for every 1,500 births the state has had but one "outbreak." In 1892 a well-vaccinated quarantine official contracted the disease on ship. There were no other cases. The ''epidemic'' had no show among an unvaccinated people. In Victoria in 21 years these were 5 deaths from smallpox and 14 deaths from vaccination--these are only those deaths that are honestly attributed to this cause. This coincides with the reports of the Register General of England covering a period of years in which there were, in England, 42 deaths from smallpox under five years of age and 157 deaths officially admitted to have been due to vaccination.

In England and Scotland the decline of vaccination has been accompanied by the practical disappearance of smallpox. Here are the figures, briefly England, 1871-75 percentage of vaccination 97.6%; smallpox deaths per million people, 228; 1910-20 percentage of vaccination 43.9; smallpox deaths per million people 0.4. Scotland, 1855-1874 one of the best vaccinated countries of the world, "not an unvaccinated child in Scotland;" 9,087 children under five years old died of smallpox; 1907-1919 with about one-third of the children vaccinated only 7 deaths under five years from smallpox.

Smallpox is always worse where vaccination abounds. The scratch of vaccination is the "scratch of death." Yet our medically controlled Health Boards cook up fake epidemics, create panics for profit, such as the ones in Kansas City in 1921, Pittsburgh in 1924, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington in 1925. An effort was also made to create a panic in New York in 1925, but due to the open fight against it by the New York Evening Graphic, the Commissioner of Health called it off.

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In 1926, 30 members of the Dallas (Tex) Chamber of Commerce cancelled their trip to Mexico because vaccination was required as a precedent to entrance. Nearly a 100 medical men, at a conference in Dallas, went to Mexico, after they obtained permission to enter without being vaccinated. Think this over before you submit your child to this evil and superstitious rite.

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Re: Is History Going to Repeat Itself AGAIN???
Posted by: John Rose ()
Date: February 12, 2021 03:41PM

Panics for Profits
Stage frequent fake smallpox-scares
Cooked up a number of smallpox scares
Cook up fake epidemics, create panics for profit


Health Boards, working in cooperation with the makers of vaccine, stage frequent fake smallpox-scares to frighten people into being vaccinated. Numbers of these panics for profit have been exposed within recent years.

The disease is as contagious as ingrowing toenails, and every case must be quarantined. Fear of the disease must be kept up in the public, for it is only thus that the present farce can go on.

The cases in 1924 were three times as great as the yearly average for the nine proceeding years. In 1922- 23-24 the doctors of England and Wales cooked up a number of smallpox scares, causing 288,000 revaccinations. "Extra vaccination was followed by this extra crop of sleepy sickness."

Alibies were offered for the failure, however, and the dirty work continues. No matter how great the evil, those who profit off it will not correct it not so long as profits are still to be made therefrom.

Smallpox is always worse where vaccination abounds. The scratch of vaccination is the "scratch of death." Yet our medically controlled Health Boards cook up fake epidemics, create panics for profit, such as the ones in Kansas City in 1921, Pittsburgh in 1924, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington in 1925. An effort was also made to create a panic in New York in 1925, but due to the open fight against it by the New York Evening Graphic, the Commissioner of Health called it off.

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