If You Believe In Vaccines, You Don’t Believe In The Perfection of The Human Body
Dave Mihalovic, Prevent Disease
Plain and simple, you can’t believe in both.
The marketing of vaccines relies on fear and intimidation with a constant amplification of a myth that the human body is somehow flawed and incapable of protecting itself against foreign invaders.
Vaccines have never saved us. Reports on two centuries of official statistics gives just a small preview of how an entire industry spawned on misinformation campaigns convincing people that crippling diseases such as polio, measles, smallpox, and others were eradicated due to vaccines. They weren’t. They were already on the decline as evident from the mortality statistics. Table 29 is especially relevant since it shows that well-vaccinated individuals against small pox doubled the fatality rates of those practically unvaccinated. Improved sanitation, clean water, less overcrowding, better living conditions, and nutrition are what contributed to disease declines, NOT vaccines. This is also borne out in published peer reviewed research.
The body is perfect in its natural state. It can resist foreign invaders with ease if given the internal terrain to heal, meaning proper nutrition, clean water and sunlight. It doesn’t really need anything else, besides maybe some love. So love your body naturally, because no vaccine injection into your body is a safe one.