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Herd immunity assumes that the vaccines are 100% effective in preventing the chi
ld who was vaccinated from getting infected. If the vaccines aren't 100% effecti
ve, then herd immunity is nonsense, because then vaccinated children can get inf
ected and be carriers of the disease just as easily as unvaccinated kids can.
As it turns out, vaccines don't work, therefore herd immunity is bs. The eviden
ce shows vaccines actually INCREASE one's chances of getting the infectious dise
ase. They do this because they weaken your immune system (research the mechanis
m behind this), which is busy fighting off the vaccine, and is thus lowered and
vulnerable to the actual virus when you come into contact with it.

Further research has shown that the historical decline in infectious diseases
at parents are now vaccinating against were not the result of inoculation, like
doctors blindly and wrongly assert. Instead, the decline began years before the
vaccines were introduced thanks to improved habits of hygiene, sanitation and nu
trition that raised our natural immunity.
In other words, infectious diseases started dying out when the quality of life f
or americans went up with the advent of modern technology, living in more steril
e homes and offices, and being more hygienic, which they could now afford since
they weren't living in poorer rural areas the way most americans used to before
the growth of cities exploded.

Another reason vaccines might not work is because all they do is stimulate one's
immune system to create IgG antibodies against the virus causing the diseaes, b
ut this completely depends on the strength of one's immune system.
If a person doesn't have an optimally functioning immune system, which many peop
le don't, then their immune system won't make the IgG antibodies in response to
their shot of the vaccine, and thus they won't be any more immune to it than an
unvaccinated child.
A closer look at the blood samples taken during her treatment revealed how the i
mmune defenses of Measles Mary broke down. As a first line of defense against th
e measles and other microbes, humans rely on a natural buttress of IgM antibodie
s. Like a wooden shield, they offer some protection from microbial assaults but
aren t impenetrable. The vaccine (or a case of the measles) prompts the body to su
pplement this primary buffer with a stronger armor of IgG antibodies, some of wh
ich are able to neutralize the measles virus so it can t invade cells or spread to
other patients. This secondary immune response was presumed to last for decades

anti-vaxxers have been focusing on the wrong thing. they've been focusing on a
link between mercury and autism, but as the doctor in this documentary explains,
it's more likely that if there is a link, it's because the vaccines overwhelm t
he baby's underdeveloped immune system, which causes an autoimmune inflammatory
reaction, and the inflammatory molecules get into the brain and damage it, causi
ng certain brain areas to have stunted development, and allowing them to be more
easily damaged by any environmental toxins that enter their body, such as some
of the toxins that are found in vaccines, which have been linked to autism. Thi
s inflammation also damages the blood-brain barrier, which then allows more toxi
ns into the brain, causing more inflammation in the brain and more damage. This
further damages the BBB, creating a vicious cycle that can lead to autism.
(6:15:01 AM) Chris Antenucci: i wonder if there's a study that studies show infl
amed the brains of kids with autism are vs kids without autism, or babies who go
t vaccines vs babies who didnt
(6:15:13 AM) Chris Antenucci: that could prove that theory, which i believe to s
ome degree
(6:19:20 AM) Chris Antenucci: i found an answer to the question about studies on
the effectiveness of vaccines: there are none because it's not possible, you c
an't infect humans with a disease and then give them the vaccine, that's against
all ethical guidelines and laws. so what the drug companies did is they define
d vaccine efficacy by measuring whether or not patients produced antibodies in r
esponse to the vaccine they were given. if they did, it was called effective, i
f they didn't, it wasnt
(6:20:05 AM) Chris Antenucci: the problem is they didn't study how long those an
tibodies last, and even if they do last long, are they effective in actually pro
viding immunity from the real virus once that patient is exposed to it?
(6:20:12 AM) Chris Antenucci: we don't know the answer to those questions

the main reason why vaccines aren't very effective is because they only trigger
the body's innate immune system that produces antibodies. this is our first lin
e of defense, but viruses can often get past that line of defense, which is why
it's been shown that infected people usually have antibodies for the virus they'
re infected with, but got it anyway because the antibodies weren't enough to sto
p the virus. when that happens our body relies on the humoral immune system, wh
ich is made up of natural killer cells, macrophages, and other immune cells whic
h directly attack and kill viruses and other foreign invaders. vaccines do noth
ing to strengthen this part of our immune system
Ive been watching this documentary, it blew my mind. This team of researchers i
n canada wanted to find out why girls who got the HPV vaccine were dying immedia
tely after, so they did tests on their brains after the autopsies, and found tha
t all of the brains had antibodies to the HPV virus. So they figured out that t
he HPV virus had a similar protein as opsonins, which are on the blood vessels o
f certain neurons, and the antibodies were binding to the opsonins and causing t
he brain's immune system to attack the blood vessels there , which caused the gi
rls to have brain hemmorages and edema and a breakdown of the BBB, which was wha
t the cause of their deaths were according to their autopsies

in the Measles outbreak in Iowa, 67% of the kids who got it had already gotten t
he measles vaccine, sometimes twice. Same

The outbreak of Polio in India can be explained by the fact that they still use
the live polio vaccines there because they're much cheaper to mass produce than
the attenuated vaccines. So the people getting vaccinated were getting infected
with Polio.
Most vaccines only give immunity for 2-10 years, which is why doctors tell us to
get booster shots.

Peer-reviewed science has repeatedly shown that the biggest threat to public hea
lth are vaccinated people, who can shed diseases for weeks or even months follow
ing vaccination.
"What you may not have heard, is that by 1963, the death rate from measles in th
e United States had already dropped by approximately 98%," explains the Internat
ional Medical Council on Vaccination (IMCV).
Not long after it was introduced, the first measles vaccine was actually found t
o manifest worse symptoms of measles in vaccinated patients than if they hadn't
gotten the vaccine at all. The vaccine also suppressed the normal rash and fever
associated with measles, obstructing the normal immune response and ultimately
leading to future health problems for vaccinated individuals once they reached a
"[W]hereas natural measles exposure generally left the person with reliable life
long immunity, measles vaccines leave the individual with waning immunity," adds
IMCV. "This dynamic of waning immunity means we will probably see measles epide
mics even in highly vaccinated populations."

Oh, but vaccines only work when most everyone is vaccinated because of a magical
concept known as "herd immunity," right? Not so fast. The Office of Medical and
Scientific Justice (OMSJ), having thoroughly analyzed the conclusions presented
in the CFR report, determined that even the CFR isn't convinced that herd immun
ity is a scientifically legitimate concept.
According to Global Research, the OMSJ concluded that given "the repeated incide
nces of infectious outbreaks in populations with 94% or more vaccine compliance
[the alleged threshold when herd immunity is activated], and the emergence of ne
w viral strains, the concept of herd immunity should be forgotten.
"The Office offers several possibilities to explain the report: 1) vaccines are
increasingly becoming ineffective and causing 'immune dysfunction,' and 2) 'vacc
ine antigen responses' may be reprogramming viruses while weakening the immune s
ystems of the most vaccinated individuals."