However in Baron’s “Life of Jenner”, (Vol. II, p. 304) we learn that, “On the 14th of May, 1796, Jenner vaccinated James Phipps, a boy about eight years old, with the matter taken from the hand of a dairymaid infected with casual cow-pox. The boy was thus vaccinated and this was to be tested at some point in the future by artificially infecting him with smallpox. (Note he was not to be tested by being exposed to the conditions of the natural disease or in times of epidemic but by injecting with smallpox pus).
After waiting six weeks Jenner injected this boy on both arms with smallpox matter, (taken from the arm of a boy with smallpox) this was the first dose of artificial disease. Several months later Phipps was again injected with smallpox pus, he had, according to Jenner, been artificially exposed to the disease a second time and no effect was produced.”
The artificial exposure to smallpox didn’t result in symptoms of smallpox, so, on the strength of this one experiment and its questionable interpretation; Jenner based his claim that one vaccination would “forever secure a person from smallpox.”
No extensive time had elapsed to prove whether this was likely; but without this proof or any scientific basis or evidence for its practice, the doctors and the government adopted it and eventually made it compulsory, as Baron points out …”no doubt, seeing the gold mine in profits that it would yield”.
Convinced of the virtue of vaccination Edward Jenner inoculated his 18-month-old son with swinepox, on November 1791 and again in April 1798 with cowpox, he died of tuberculosis at the age of 21. James Phipps was declared immune to smallpox but he also died of tuberculosis at the age of 20
In every pro-vaccinist publication Jenner’s great labours are extolled. There is no truth whatever in these tributes to his long study and experiment. Sir Benjamin Ward Richardson, although a believer in vaccination, well summed up the position as follows:
It is truly painful to say that the common opinion about the great labour of experiment, to which Jenner submitted himself, before he announced what is wrongly called his discovery, is mere childish adulation. His experiments are enumerated by himself, and may be put with observations without experiment, at 23; so that compared with the intense labour by which researches of a physiological kind are ordinarily carried out; they really rank as nothing in respect of labour (Disciples of Aesculapius-Jenner, 1900, pp 397-398).
Sydney White presents 'Murder in the First! A History of Vaccines' for Studies in Propaganda 2011 at the Free University of Toronto Video by Independent Media Source
Background of Sydney White
Louis Pasteur faked his results.
See also Appendix 187 The truth behind Vaccinations
"Almost all of us have been sold a “simple” story about germs.
It generally goes something like this: French biologist Louis Pasteur discovered that microorganisms or “germs” caused disease. According to the resulting “germ theory” he championed, we “catch” bacteria, colds, viruses and they should be prevented through drugs, vaccines, and other means. We were taught to be afraid of these germs and out of fear try to “kill” them with drugs rather than generating good environments in our bodies (the beneficial microorganisms and healthy immune balance, healthy PH levels, etc.).
Most people don’t know that a) Pasteur is accused of plagiarism, stealing his ideas from several earlier scientists and b) his theory received opposition from numerous scientists including Antoine Béchamp, a French researcher and biologist (who also happened to be Pasteur’s rival with the exact opposite view of germs).
In contrast to the idea that bacteria would enter a healthy host and create disease on their own, Béchamp proposed that living entities called “microzymes” created bacteria in response to host and environmental factors; this is called “host theory.”
In host theory, people don’t “catch” germs that give them diseases. Instead disease-causing germs are actually opportunistic, thriving in people whose bodies have a weakness or imbalance internally. They are a byproduct of the disease, not a cause of the disease. You see, you have MRSA, cancer, viruses, and bacteria in you and on you all the time, every day! A healthy balance of beneficial bacteria and healthy body environments keeps the unhealthy stuff out and in balance. If you wipe out everything by using antibacterial soaps all the time or using antibiotics for every little cold, then you aren’t just destroying the bad bacteria, you’re radically wiping out all the beneficial balance too, leaving you even more susceptible to new diseases in the long run.
Unlike Pasteur, who spawned a mentality of fearfully killing germs to prevent disease, Béchamp essentially understood the balance of and the importance of the environments we create with foods that our internal systems either support or don’t support disease.
Béchamp theorized that germs were actually the chemical byproducts and the degenerative aspects of the unbalanced state of a body. For disease to take hold there already had to be cellular dysfunction, dead tissue, and things in the body already “disease-ing” (if I can create a word). That’s when the germ or bacteria shows and sets up shop because the body or an area of the body was in a state that lets them thrive and gives them a home. This cellular dysfunction or dead tissue is caused by malnutrition or exposure to toxins.
As you can see, host theory and germ theory are two radically different views of how people acquire disease.
Pasteur was a stronger debater, a better salesman for his point of view and his theory won out, becoming the standard theory used by the modern Western medical community today and the foundation of our mainstream understanding of germs."
In fact, Louis Pasteur faked his demonstrations https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQ0rLH7D3u4
This was proved in the 1970's, when Pasteur's notes, which had been held in the fammily until then, were released to the library and thus to public scrutiny.
So the foundation of Western medicine with its anti-biotics and vaccines is based on fraud. Vaccines have healed no one, ever, and they are based on fraud.
The French need not worry about their patritism: Antoin Béchamp was also French. They just chose the wrong hero from among their countrymen.
The whole idea of science being pro vaccine and the anti vaxers being non scientific is phony. In fact, from the very beginning, doctors and scientists have been on both sides of the debate, with the allopaths using very aggressive methods to promote their methods and having eugenic elements from the very start.
We the public see the allopath. pro vaccine doctors being funded with obscene amounts of money, promoting poisons with exactly the horrible effects you would expect on one side of the debate, and on the other side non funded scientists and doctors confirming what we see with our own eyes and what we can figure out for ourselves: the poisons in vaccines are exactly as toxic as you would expect from all the disgusting ingredients they have. Not only that, they are a total betrayal to your body, which has several defense mechanisms which are brutally surpassed by the toxins in vaccines.
The positive effects attributed to vaccines are in fact due to hygiene and nutrition. So in third world countries, hygiene and nutrition improvement is usually combined with vaccines, so the improvement in health is attributed to vaccines. But when just vaccines are brought, and no hygiene and nutrition improvements are made, people get sicker. But when just hygiene and nutrition are improved, people are better off than then when vaccines are included.
Often times, people who are not vaccinated and get tested on immunity, they prove to have immunity to all the diseases that people are vaccinated against. This is because vaccinated people are contagious and shed the disease. This is not a problem for well nourished people who live in hygenic circumstances. It is however a problem for malnourished individuals unde unhygenic circumstances.
All recent measles outbreaks have in fact been caused by vaccinated individuals, because vaccines do not protect anyone against any disease. Healthy nutricion and hygiene do.
See also Appendix 148 The case experts make against vaccines