The Benefits of contracting disease **edited

Well, I didn’t expect to find this, while researching vaccine safety and efficacy.  While it is obvious that contracting the natural disease is beneficial in that it gives one immunity to that particular disease, little did I know there were other diseases that can be stopped with contracting natural diseases, such as preventing ovarian cancer (linked to contracting mumps).

Note that she is a respected PhD.  Not a talk show host probably paid by Big Pharma, who formerly hosted the misogynist Man Show.

Like Dr. Suzanne Humphries, she began seeing a correlation between serious health issues after people were vaccinated.

As far as I can tell, they are still taking signatures on the White House petition against forced vaccination.

Be aware that the Health and Human Services website is taking feedback on a proposal to FORCE ADULTS to take vaccinations also.

I am not kidding. From the proposal, I’ll take this line by line.  Note how positive and slanted this “report” is towards vaccines.  That should be an immediate red flag that the writer/agency is biased and they don’t care to entertain any thoughts outside their rigid thinking:


Vaccination is considered one of the most important public health achievements of the 20th century and continues to offer great promise in the 21st century.
Who considers it one of the most important public health achievement?  The parents who’ve watched their healthy child become ill with seizures, no longer speak to them, or play normally or grow normally?
Vaccines save lives and improve the quality of life by preventing serious infectious diseases and their consequences.
Where’s the beef?  Show me the double blind studies by an independent researcher not tied to Big Pharma, or anyone with an interest in profiting off of vaccines that they are safe and effective.  There is too much evidence otherwise that has been denied by the CDC, even when the evidence is overwhelming, as we saw with a 700 percent increase in miscarriages by pregnant women receiving the Swine Flu (H1N1) vaccine.
However, the benefits of vaccination are not realized equally across the U.S. population.Adult vaccination rates remain low in the United States, and significant racial and ethnic disparities also exist.
Okay…answer this question for me — if I had immunizations as most children in the United States have, why would I need to have immunizations as an adult?  If the vaccines work, then I should have lifetime immunity?   I would naturally have lifetime immunity if I were allowed to have the natural disease. And for us Boomers, whom had most of the natural diseases, why would we need to have immunizations as adults?  As the paper above states, there are many benefits to natural diseases that would not require more immunizations that would  likely cause more harm.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services National Vaccine Plan (NVP), released in 2010, is a road map for vaccines and immunization programs for the decade 2010 –2020. While the NVP provides a vision for improving protection from vaccine – preventable diseases across the lifespan, vaccination coverage levels among adult are not on track to meet Healthy People 2020 targets.
Healthy People 2020 targets = Amount of people Big Pharma wants to vaccinate to meet their profit goals.
The National Vaccine  Advisory Committee and numerous stakeholder groups have emphasized the need for focused attention on adult vaccines and vaccination.
Boy, I love the word “stakeholders”….it’s such a nice term for corporate money….
The National Adult Immunization Plan (NAIP) outlined here results from the recognition that progress has been slow, and there is a need for a national adult immunization strategic plan.
The word “strategic” is also an interesting choice ….war comes to mind with that word.
The NAIP is a five-year national plan. As a national plan, it will require engagement from a wide range of stakeholders to achieve its full vision. The plan emphasizes collaboration and prioritization of efforts that will have the greatest impact. The  NAIP also aims to leverage the unique opportunity presented by the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
A wide range of stakeholders:  doctors, nurses, hospitals, schools.  Emphasizes collaboration:  “You’re with us, or against us” and if you’re against us, you will lose your license, your job, and be ostracized.
Leverage the unique opportunity…the Affordable Care Act:  well…now we see why they implemented a national health care plan this way instead of Medicare for All.  The for-profit factor of including the insurance companies means corporations are more likely to get on board.
The NAIP is intended to facilitate coordinated action by federal and nonfederal partners to protect public health and achieve optimal prevention of infectious diseases and their consequences through vaccination of adults. The NAIP includes  indicators to draw attention to and track progress against core goals.
Coordinated action by federal and nonfederal partners:  get the states to mandate forced vaccination.  Use Affordable Care Act to keep track of who has had vaccines and who has not.  This is actually being implemented with actions to weaken HIPPA to make vaccine records public.  People were saying this when the Affordable Care Act was implemented.  I was hoping that they were wrong.  So was this President Obama’s goal the entire time?
Next, we have the most alarming part.  My comments in parenthesis:
These indicators will measure progress against set  standards and inform future implementation and quality improvement efforts. The plan establishes four key goals, each of which is supported by objectives and strategies to guide implementation through 2020:
Goal 1: Strengthen the adult immunization infrastructure.
(Force immunizations)
Goal 2: Improve access to adult vaccines.
(Taxpayers pay to be forcefully vaccinated)
Goal 3: Increase community demand for adult  immunizations.
(Ramp up the marketing campaigns that will include false information and scare tactics and the ever useful “everybody but YOU is doing it”.and “you’re hurting the community by refusing vaccination.)
Goal 4: Foster innovation in adult vaccine development and vaccination – related technologies
(What the hell is vaccination-related technologies??  I don’t even want to know.)
And Pfizer  wants to increase its market share of vaccinations.  That should speak volumes.

And speaking of volumes, the vaccine market netted $25 BILLION dollars last year.  Yep.  So even if they pay out $3 billion in what paltry sums the vaccine court gives them, they still make a cool $22 BILLION.  Not bad for creating an entire generation of maimed young people. **edited to add:  Wait, what am I saying?  The vaccine makers take all the profits.  They are protected by vaccine court, so again, the taxpayers are paying out mega $$$ for vaccine injury.

And they are creating a generation that did not obtain natural immunity from getting the actual disease so they could pass that immunity on to their offspring….next we’ll have the epidemics after vaccination….I can’t wait to hear what excuses the CDC and Big Pharma will use then.  Probably that people need to be vaccinated every year for every disease….


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