VIDEOS: Dr Vasquez discusses pharmaceutically-acquired pseudo-immunity at International Congress on Naturopathic Medicine in Barcelona, 2016
Note that in the malaria V trial (N Engl J Med 2016 Jun), the long-term result was an increase in malaria infections among vaccinated persons. This is called NEGATIVE EFFICACY.
The perspectives I presented in 2016 are consistent with what I would say these days if I had to dilute my stronger ideas; currently, I’m less naïve and less patient with the globalist hijacking of medicine, science (now $cience), and the near-entirety of human society.
Specifically what I see very clearly now is the misuse of vaccines for political and antisocial quasi-military purposes.
Previously, our concerns were cost and risk:benefit ratios; now vaccines have become political tools threatening the survival and freedoms of millions of people and indeed threatening the very idea and experience of life as we previously knew it.
Like I said in the presentation, at that time I didn’t really care about the vaccine issue. If they are safe and effective then we could use them but we should never force them on people. At that time I noted that the "supportive dogma" is quite fragile and that most groups and individuals supporting vaccines have paid/political conflicts of interest, mostly via the receipt of payments by the drug industry; whether we call this "paid endorsement" or "bribery" is a matter of choice and courage.
Interestingly, an article published in THE LANCET in 1938 stated that the entire vaccine paradigm depends on propaganda.
The main points of this presentation are:
1. Vaccines cannot be discussed as a group because they each have different ingredients and different levels of risk and effectiveness.
By extension, no intelligent conversation can take place without first considering the ingredients of each vaccine and the cumulative immunological and metabolic effects.
Rather than regurgitating dogma, look at the facts: The ingredients such as mercury, aluminum, allergenic antibiotics, and culture media from eggs, animals such as monkeys, and aborted human cells. The current list of ingredients of the most common vaccines is provided by the CDC's "pink book" available from the CDC.GOV and also archived here.
2. Adverse (mostly immune-mediated) effects of vaccines are mediated by inflammatory responses, not toxicological responses; therefore the "dose makes the poison" argument does not apply.
Rather than regurgitating dogma, look at the facts: The fact that 1) many people have devastating allergic and anaphylactic reactions to minute doses of allergens/immunogens and that 2) vaccine ingredients include many common allergens/immunogens ranging from antibiotics to toxic metals such as aluminum and mercury to chemicals such as formaldehyde to cellular proteins from animal and human sources.
3. The idea that an antibody response to a vaccine is proof of clinical immunity is completely absurd because we know that people with chronic infections (such as herpes, viral hepatitis and HIV) and immune defects (inability to clear an ongoing infection) produce antibodies virtually all of the time, and these antibodies fail to provide protection from the infections.
Rather than regurgitating dogma, look at the facts: Antibody responses do not equate to effective clinical immunity.
4. Some vaccine responses produce either immune defects and/or tolerance rather than the goal of effective immunity.
Note that in the malaria vaccine trial (N Engl J Med 2016 Jun), the long-term result was an increase in malaria infections among vaccinated persons. This is called NEGATIVE EFFICACY.
Rather than regurgitating dogma, look at the facts from a recent malaria vaccine trial (that used the rabies vaccine as the "control"): "The investigators now report that during the fifth through seventh years of surveillance, there was an apparent negative rebound in vaccine efficacy, which is attributable to negative values for efficacy among children with higher-than-average exposure to malaria." N Engl J Med 2016; 374:2596-2597June 30, 2016 DOI: 10.1056/NEJMe1606007. See video describing "negative vaccine efficacy" from NEJM.
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