Now pop over to "German High Court Finds No Evidence of Measles Virus," which is rather ironic since one common name for the disease is German Measles. There are several dozen variations on this news, so click around.
It would also be instructive to thumb through all the articles covering recent outbreaks of measles in supposedly "vaccinated" populations in the US.
Now before I launch into my anti-vaccine tirade, let's review how vaccines are supposed to work.
Viruses are basically packages of genetic material surrounded by a protein coat covered with "keys" that latch onto a cell's matching receptors or "locks." Once the virus key opens the lock, the genetic material is injected into the cell, which is turned into a mini factory for making more viruses.
When a virus enters the body, special immune cells are manufactured with fake locks that capture the virus. Once captured, the immune cell commits suicide and removes the invader. If the virus overwhelms the immune response, the body gets sick.
A vaccine supposedly injects the virus' protein shell (without the genetic material) to stimulate the body's immune response. Thus, (supposedly) the immune cells are already present if the actual virus invades, saving time and effort to fight the virus and - hopefully - beating the virus to the punch.
The current US requirements are for two injections of MMR between birth and 18 years of age for the average human. The MMR "vaccine" costs about US$20/dose, so for let's say 200 million Americans who get the vaccine, that's roughly US$8 billion for the existing population =in revenues, with some millions of children starting the vaccination course every year.
Expand that worldwide to perhaps a billion or more doses and we're talking some real money here.
Based on the German court's findings, at least one-third of the $20 cost per dose is complete fiction, meaning no value was received for the money. The producer had no cost and the buyers received no inoculation for measles, since there is no virus from which to get the protein coat, and the person getting the shot receives no immunity benefit with regards to measles. The MMR vaccine has been around since 1971, so we are talking billions and billions of dollars for hot air.
This has two implications: the pharmaceutical industry has blatantly lied to the world for at least 40 years, and this calls into question the entire vaccine industry. If the incidence of measles has decreased in that time, which it has, and the vaccine is entirely imaginary, then it implies that little more than good hygiene has led to better public health.
If, as the German court findings show, the pharmaceutical industry was willing to so blatantly lie about the measles vaccine, whVaat else are they lying about? And more importantly, what exactly are they injecting into us if not the ingredients promised?
This single event calls into question the entire vaccine industry, the efficacy of vaccines and at least partially vindicates those of us who have railed against vaccines for years. It also calls into question the motivations behind vaccinations and what exactly is contained in the witch's brew being pumped into us.
If it turns out that nothing more than good public health practices and regular hand-washing has been responsible for the reduction in measles, what does this say about the entire vaccine cabal? And what exactly have we been paying for all these years?
Now would be a good time to go watch the documentary Vaxxed (again), which focuses on the damage done by the MMR vaccine.
It is well passed the time to start asking some questions. We have been duped. There is no doubt about that. At this point, we don't even know what causes measles if it isn't a virus. Most importantly, why do we unquestioningly allow our bodies to be injected with potions based solely on corporate promises and government mandates?
Google currently says:
"Measles is caused by a virus. It is spread when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or shares food or drinks. The measles virus can travel through the air. This means that you can get measles if you are near someone who has the virus even if that person doesn't cough or sneeze directly on you."Yet Google search cannot produce a single picture of the virus.
The BGH (German High Court) found:
"In the trial, the results of research into so-called genetic fingerprints of alleged measles virus have been introduced. Two recognised laboratories, including the world’s largest and leading genetic Institute, arrived at exactly the same results independently.The results prove that the authors of the six publications in the measles virus case were wrong, and as a direct result all measles virologists are still wrong today: They have misinterpreted ordinary constituents of cells as part of the suspected measles virus."
Time to start Asking the Right Questions.