Do You Still Believe The Vaccination Hype?

Before this ‘blog was wiped last year and the numerous articles of varying length (and, no doubt varying quality) posted over a period some six years or so, were assigned to the great virtual green dustbin at the side of the virtual highway (thanks to the ‘bad’ auspices of the the ‘monstrously’ aggravating hosting company it was supposedly in the safe hands of!)… there featured amongst those article a soap-box-style railing against the insistence that the current raft of vaccinations prescribed from neo-natal age and onwards to adulthood, are efficacious… or indeed even safe!

At that time I hadn’t even heard of Dr Suzanne Humphries. Although I had read ‘Evidence of Harm’ by David Kirby, and afterwards was somewhat aware of the efforts by the ‘establishment’ to denigrate and deride his efforts to support the mere fact that more serious research was needed to establish whether or not Thimerosal — the mercury based preservative, or perhaps other adjuvants, may have led to direct harm, in the form of causing autism spectrum disorders, to many thousands of US children.

As with most others who have dared question the efficacy of, and supposed science supporting the vaccine argument, Kirby was ‘written off’! But then again — when you are talking about just one aspect of an industry (sometimes referred to by ‘concerned citizens’ as ‘Big Pharma’ — the oligopoly that comprises the handful of multi-billion dollar corporates entities that sell Pharmaceutical drugs) that alone is worth many billions in profit annually, you can soon appreciate why ‘gainsayers’ are so effectively shut-up. shot-down, or metaphorically (if not literally?) assassinated.

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Dr Suzanne Humphries
(photo source: http://drsuzanne.net/)

So it is ‘refreshing’ — if somewhat disheartening — to revisit this topic with ‘updated insight’ from the lucid and informed source that is Dr Suzanne Humphries. Dr Humphries is a Nephrologist (i.e. specializes in treatment of kidney related disorders) and when she began questioning hospital policies (within the hospital she had worked as a respected member of the staff) regarding the vaccination on admission of all patients (no matter how seriously ill  (and no matter the fact that there were clear contra-indications for patients with kidney problems to be dosed with vaccines particularly containing mercury or aluminum — typically used in many vaccines as preservatives yet also both acknowledged as highly toxic substances, in their own right).. and how the correlation between renal failure following vaccinations in some patients was very clearly evident… she ran into the same stonewalling, castigation and reputation assassination as others before had experienced… For now she battles on amidst cries of ‘quackery’ and other such unsupportable insults… More power to her and may her courage persist. It’s proven to be a ‘risky road’ to try and take on the massively funded entities that profit so handsomely from the ‘illness business’!

Such was Dr Humphries knowledge, experience, insight and understanding that she left the hospital in 2011 and has focused on trying to raise awareness of vaccination issues through research,  publications and public presentations worldwide since that time.

This blog post was however meant to mentions just one key quote from her own blog at http://drsuzanne.net… and that is in relation to the often experienced, misinformed and lamentable ‘outcry’ from other people who have vaccinated their children when faced with the knowledge that someone else’s child has NOT been forced to be pumped full of chemically toxic-shots — hence:

Here are a few common misconceptions about NOT vaccinating:

  • You are putting other people at risk by not vaccinating.  At risk for what?  Chicken pox? Ask your grandmother if she knew anyone who died from measles.  Different diseases have different degrees of severity in different age groups.  The misconception that “if you don’t vaccinate, you place others at risk” is based on an assumption that vaccinated people do not get the disease they were vaccinated for.  Did you know that a controlled study published in BMJ in school age children showed that of all the whooping cough that was diagnosed, over 86% of the children were fully vaccinated and up to date for the whooping cough vaccine? There are similar studies showing that mumps and measles breakouts often affect the vaccinated. People who are vaccinated can have their immune systems altered in a manner that leads to susceptibility to other infectious diseases, and can also leave them vulnerable to the disease they were vaccinated for due to a phenomenon called “original antigenic sin”.  What is ”original antigenic sin”?  This is where an injected vaccine antigen programs the body to react in a manner that is incomplete, and different to the natural response to infection .  When the vaccinated contact that disease again, they are unable to mount an effective response to the pathogen because vital first steps are missing.  The whooping cough vaccine is an example of this.

In other words — you are being put at greater risk for some diseases by BEING vaccinated! …Which implies that when outbreaks occur the vaccinated child is a creater source of threat to other vaccinated children!! And often times these are diseases, whilst ‘unpleasant’ and uncomfortable for many sufferers… they are readily recoverable from without lasting effects (in the vast majority of cases)… AND if allowed to occur naturally, will then provide natural immunity in a way that the body is properly designed for!

And another quote:

There is no evidence whatsoever that having an 85% or 95% vaccination rate protects from outbreaks.  This theory has been disproved time and again in highly vaccinated populations.

  • The non-vaccinated spread disease.  Actually it is the opposite.  Live vaccines are known to spread to close contacts.  Here is one recent example.

Dr Humphries has published numerous highly informative, objective, lucid and interesting presentations on YouTube and there are a few links worth sparing an hour or two to view below. We can only wish more power to her and those like her who have been prepared to ‘ruin their careers’ by standing-up against the ‘system’ that is now more about earning massive profits for the pharmaceutical companies than about truly caring for patients: the so-called field of “Modern Medicine”, where Doctor and Specialists have devolved into becoming mere puppets of these corporate behemoths and the ‘clear and present danger’ they have become to the public in general and those who are unfortunate enough ‘fall ill’ in particular!:

A 6-part presentation publish a few days ago (mid April 2015) but not embed-able:
PART 1: Vaccines-Honesty vs Policy – Part I.

(other parts follow on automatically if you use this link — I’d take a look now as it is pretty likely that YouTube/Google will decide to take it down fairly quickly!)

The Golden Rule

One of my favorite posts — recovered and reposted to set the ball rolling…

The Golden Rule

Originally Posted January 20th, 2008 — 05:51 pm

THE GOLDEN RULE is the foundation advice for life that is cited by all the major religions. This page – quoted directly from the official Universal House of Justice website, HQ for the Baha’i faith. I hope you too will spread this around…by word, deed and ‘blog!

This advice appears so widely yet seems so often overlooked. If only we could wake up tomorrow and suddenly lead our lives with the ‘golden Rule’ at its center – the world would INSTANTLY be transformed into paradise of peace, plenty and personal fulfillment.

The only real question that remains is WHY, with our supposedly advanced intellectual  capabilities, don’t we just grasp this and START applying it? After all — whatever color, race or CREED…the same advice for life has been handed on down through the ages for thousands of years!:

REFERENCE: Online 16 Jan 2008: http://www.uhj.net/the-golden-rule.html

JESUS CHRIST:

“Teacher, which is the great commandment in the Law?”

“Jesus said to him, You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, and with all your mind and with all your soul… and You shall love your neighbor as yourself.”
(Jesus Christ, Matthew 22:36-40)

BAHA’U’LLAH:

“O son of man! If thine eyes be turned towards mercy, forsake the things that profit thee and cleave unto that which will profit mankind. And if thine eyes be turned towards justice, choose thou for thy neighbour that which thou choosest for thyself.”
(Baha’u’llah, The third Leaf of the Most Exalted Paradise, Tablets, p. 64)

BUDDHISM:

“Hurt not others with that which pains yourself or in ways that you yourself would find hurtful. One should seek for others the happiness one desires for one’s self”
(Udana-Varqa, 5:18)

HINDUISM:

“This is the sum of duty: do naught unto others that which would cause pain if done unto you.”
(Mahabharata 5:1517)

“Do not to others what ye do not wish done to yourself; and wish for others too, what ye desire and long for, for yourself. This is the whole of Dharma, heed it well.”
(The Celestial Song, 2:65)

ZOROASTRIANISM:

“That nature ONLY is good when it shall NOT DO unto another whatever is not good for its own self.”
(Dadistan-i-Dinik, 94:5)

“Whatsoever is disagreeable to yourself do not do unto others.”
(Shayast-na-Shayast 13:29)

That which is good for all and any one, for whomsoever – that is good for me. What I hold good for self, I should for all. Only Law Universal, is true Law.”
(Zoroaster, Yasana-Gathas)

JAINIST:

“A man should wander about treating all creatures as he himself would be treated.”
(Sutrakritanga 1.11.33)

SIKH:

“Precious like jewels are the minds of all. To hurt them is not at all good. If thou desirest thy Beloved, then hurt thou not anyone’s heart.”
(Guru Aranj Devji 259, Guru Granth Sahib)

CONFUCIANISM:

“Do not unto others what you would not have them do unto you.”
(Analects, 15:23)

“If one strives to treat others as he would be treated by them, he will come near the perfect life.”
(Book of Meng Tzu)

WESTERN SCHOOLS:

“What you wish your neighbors to be to you, such be also to them.”
(Pythagorean)

“We should conduct ourselves toward others as we would have them act toward us.”
(Aristotle, from Plato and Socrates)

“Avoid doing what you would blame others for doing.”
(Thales)

“Do not to your neighbor what you would take ill from him.”
(Pittacus)

“Cherish reciprocal benevolence, which will make you as anxious for another’s welfare as your own”
(Aristippus of Cyrene).

“Act toward others as you desire them to act toward you”
(Isocrates)

TAO:

“Pity the misfortunes of others; rejoice in the well-being of others; help those who are in want; save men in danger; rejoice at the success of others; and sympathise with their reverses, even as though YOU WERE in their place.”

“The sage has no interests of his own, but regards the interests of the people as his own. He is kind to the kind, he is also kind to the unkind: for virtue is kind.”
(T’ai Shang Kan Ying P’ien)

NATIVE AMERICAN:

“Love your friend and never desert him. If you see him surrounded by the enemy do not run away; go to him, and if you cannot save him, be killed together and let your bones lie side by side.”
(Sur-AR-Ale-Shar, The Lessons of the Lone Chief)

“Do not kill or injure your neighbor, for it is not him that you injure, you injure yourself. But do good to him, therefore add to his days of happiness as you add to your own. Do not wrong or hate your neighbor, for it is not him that you wrong, you wrong yourself. But love him, for The Great Spirit (Moneto) loves him also as he loves you.”
(Shawnee)

“Respect for all life is the foundation.”
(The Great Law of Peace)

AFRICAN TRADITIONAL RELIGION:

“A SAGE is ingenuous and leads his life after comprehending the parity of the killed and the killer. THEREFORE, neither does he cause violence to others nor does he make others do so.”
(Yoruba Proverb, Nigeria)

“One going to take a pointed stick to pinch a baby bird should first try it on himself to feel how it hurts.”
(Yoruba Proverb, Nigeria)

ISLAM:

“Not one of you is a believer until he desires for another that which he desires for himself.”
(Muhammad, 40 Hadith of an-Nawawi 13)

“Do unto all men as you would they should do unto you, and reject for them that which you would reject for yourself.”
(Mishkat-el-Masabih)

JUDAISM:

“What is hateful to you, DO NOT to your fellow man. That is the law: all the rest is commentary.”
(Talmud, Shabbat 31a)

“Thou shalt LOVE thy neighbor as thyself: I am the LORD.”
(Moses, Leviticus 19:18)

CHRISTIANITY:

“All things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them.”
(Matthew 7:12)

“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”
(Luke 6:31)

BAHA’I WORLD FAITH:

“Blessed is he who preferreth his brother before himself.”
(Baha’u’llah, Tablets, p. 71)

“Lay not on any soul a load which ye would not wish to be laid on you, and desire not for any one the things ye would not desire for yourselves.”
(Baha’u’llah, Gleanings LXVI, p. 128)

“Ascribe not to any soul that which thou wouldst not have ascribed to thee, and say not that which thou doest not. This is my command unto thee, do thou observe it.”
(Baha’u’llah, The Hidden Words, Arabic # 29)

“Choose for thy neighbor that which thou choosest for thyself.”
(Baha’u’llah, Epistle to the Son of the Wolf, p. 30)

Starting Over…

Frustrating isn’t word enough — over 5 years of ecelectic and original content removed from the face of the virtual world at one swipe… (or should that be… by one a*swipe?)

But to be fair (at least as fair as it is possible to be, when on wants to be kicking some serious butt all over the town, having lost massive amounts of work and value from innumerable websites thanks to hosting co faux pas!) I had not really been ‘keeping up’ with regular blogging on my site having let other projects distract me in the last months… Just a pity that some reasonable articles went west! (if I say so myself ;-D)

But… eventually you’ll see some posts here– a few ‘re-posts’ of articles I managed to recoup — and hopefully the odd new item when the mood and the muse takes me…

Meanwhile… welcome back to Al G Smith — The Blog, to all those avid regulars (hahaha!), and if you’ve never visited before I hope you’ll give it another chance wwhen a few more days of refurbishment have gone into the site..

Thanks for your patience… and interest!

Al