By Dr. Russell Blaylock M.D.
September 23, 2015
We have been inundated with stories of scary outbreaks of measles in the United States. Not surprisingly, we have so-called “health officials” calling for mandatory vaccination laws. In other words, forced vaccinations.
As I listen to shrill media pundits and their guest physicians, I rarely hear anything that resembles the truth — that is, actual evidence.
Behind all of this misinformation are the vaccine manufacturers, because mandatory vaccination laws mean billions more dollars in profits.
Most people don’t realize that vaccines have become the one thing that is saving pharmaceutical companies, whose profits from prescription drugs have fallen progressively over the past three decades.
Now they are using uninformed physicians and media personalities to do their dirty work for them.
The real reason for the so-called measles “outbreak” was not unvaccinated children. Rather, it may have been the vaccinated ones.
Several fairly recent studies have found that subclinical (not sick or only mildly ill) cases of measles are fairly common, and that such infected individuals can transmit the virus to others.
The authors of one of these papers rightly concludes that so-called “herd immunity,” the justification for mandatory vaccination laws, can never be reached.
In 2003, a report said that as many as 300,000 cases of measles were reported in Japan despite the fact that 81 percent of Japanese had been vaccinated against the measles virus.
According to some experts, 80 percent vaccination is sufficient for “herd immunity.” Other studies have demonstrated that children and adults vaccinated with the MMR (measles/mumps/rubella) vaccine shed the virus from their throat and urine as long as two weeks after getting the vaccine.
This means that the vaccinated kids can transmit the virus to other children. Which means they are the culprits — not the unvaccinated child.
In addition, it has been demonstrated that the vaccine is being unknowingly given to children who are immune-deficient. Those children are not only unprotected, they also shed the virus longer than immune-competent children. They are spreading the virus wherever they go, including school.
Several studies have demonstrated that live viruses can be found in the intestines of children vaccinated against measles. This means that measles can be spread by stool and unwashed hands.
If the story told by the vaccine promoters is true — that the vaccine is 99 percent effective — then vaccinated kids should have nothing to worry about.
They should not catch the measles from the unvaccinated kids. We also hear that the link to autism has been disproven and that only one study made such a link, and this study has been “debunked.”
But labs all over the world have made the same link. In fact, Dr. Andrew Wakefield’s study has been confirmed.
One such study, recently written by a senior scientist at the CDC, found that black males vaccinated with the MMR vaccine have a 340 percent higher risk of autism.
He also disclosed that the CDC purposefully hid vital data in their previously published negative study to make the link to autism “disappear.”
Most people think that polio was eradicated in the world, especially in the U.S., by a mandatory vaccine policy. It was never mandatory. I refused the polo vaccine when it came out in the 1950s. So did my wife. My parents, brother, and sister all refused it, as did millions of others.
Yet the disease disappeared.
There was never a “herd immunity” established for polio. Herd immunity is impossible for all vaccines, as none can provide 100 percent immunity to those who get the vaccine.
It is all a con job to make billions for the vaccine companies.