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30.3.19

Behold The Qult

Previous posts:
Deep Throat v. Q
Q The Conspiracy - A Phenomenon
The Gospel According To Q
A-Marketing We Will Q
The Name Of The Q
Q The LARP Carp
Spe-Q-lating On Q
In The Twilight Of The Q
Jonesing For Q
Analyzing Q-Analysis
The Q Prophesy
To Q Or Not To Q
A Quantum Of Q-Bit
Surfing the Q Wave
CQ CQ CQ
Q Tips And Quislings
Some Quick Q
The Voice Of Q
The Q Treason
Q The Endgame
Right On Q?
Q The God-Emperor
Who Is Q?

READER NOTE: Updates appear at the end of the article.

Let me begin with some "B Proofs".  I have stated in several articles and interviews on Rense Radio that I suspected Q follower numbers were being inflated as rewards to the Anons and Commentators, as well as a means to control the perception of the operation's effectiveness and distribution.  The proof recently came on the "Patriots Fight" board.

For those not deeply (and wisely) initiated into this operation, Q has two boards on 8chan - one where Q exclusively posts its Drops (no other posts), and one where the Anons (Apostles and Acolytes) can post their research and comments.

The reader should also be aware that there are several sites where the Drops are automatically re-posted (based on trip codes), numbered, titled, and often share space with POTUS (President of the United States) tweets and Anon posts.  Two of the most popular of these sites are Qanon.pub and Qmap.pub.

Qmap had a live user count at the top of the page, which consistently showed more than 200,000 online users at most times.

The screenshot here shows that the Admin of Qmap became aware of inflated user numbers via a hack of the system, and subsequently took the counter off the page.  At first, he repaired the counter, which then showed about 2,000 users at any time.  Apparently this was not a good sales point and the counter disappeared altogether.

I contend that if inflated counts are a proven fact in this case, then the probability of it happening on other outlets has increased significantly.  The reported numbers of Q Followers should be viewed with a skeptical eye.

There is also the matter of the [-21] day countdown that was to culminate on 19 March.  I clearly indicated that nothing would happen of any importance to the Spygate scandal, as many Qvians predicted (DECLAS of FISA for one).

The three events that did happen were the Christchurch mosque shootings, Trump vetoing the Senate's repeal of his Border National Emergency (BNE), and Attorney General Barr's blessing of the BNE on 15 March.  The Qvians either heralded the BNE as being the Big Event, or that the Christchurch attacks had stolen the headlines and any Trump surprises were thus put on hold.

The oft-repeated excuse for Q Fails is that the Drop was "disinformation" or a "decoy" for the Deep State to get them to expend "ammunition," and thus be rendered ineffective when the "real" news came (see Q3165)

In Q3078, Q clearly says that the Christchurch attacks were "not big enough" to pull headlines away from Trump's supposed bombshells.

This and other Drops from Q imply that it had foreknowledge of the attacks, or at minimum expected - even wanted - them to happen.  If this is the case, then why didn't Q expose the attacks before, or at least after?  Instead, it gloated in the waste of a mass killing to derail Q/POTUS plans.

This appears to be callous disregard for human life, and/or usurpation of tragedy to advance its agenda.  Either way, not a pretty picture, and one we have repeatedly seen with Q (see Q3077).  Even in the face of this tragedy, Q highlights its countdown (see Q3173).

Let us now turn to the Q Cult, or Qult.  We begin with a definition of "cult":
noun
  • a system of religious veneration and devotion directed toward a particular figure or object. - "the cult of St. Olaf"
  • a relatively small group of people having religious beliefs or practices regarded by others as strange or sinister. - "a network of Satan-worshiping cults"
  • a misplaced or excessive admiration for a particular person or thing. - "a cult of personality surrounding the leaders"
As I have pointed out many times in previous articles, particularly "The Gospel According to Q" linked above, there is a very definite religious flavor both to Q's Drops and to the fervor with which the Qvians adhere to its pronouncements.  Religion is also a common theme in Trump's speeches and press conferences.

From Q's liberal use of Bible passages to the frequent inclusion of religious messages in much of the Qvian commentary, it is important to note this, as it is integral to my contention that Q is, or at least behaves as, a cult leader.

Not only does Q meet the first definition of "cult" above, but it also falls squarely under the third.  The combination of the two is most disconcerting.  It brings up connotations of the Queen of England, the King of Thailand, the Catholic Pope, or the Ayatollahs of Iran, who have both religious and political power.  Not a comforting image for a secular nation like the US.  These two "authorities" were purposely kept separate with good reason by the nation's founders.

That being said, the primary thrust of this article is to demonstrate how Q controls the narrative - and thus followers - within the Qniverse (my term for all things Q).  Q is obviously softening followers to be activated on command.  While it has been mostly benign to date, with 3,310 Drops, there is no reason to assume that it will remain so (see Q3077 ff.).

My thesis here is predicated on the repeated imperatives from Q to "use logic" and "use reason," or "look here, don't look there".  Despite dozens of instances of Q literally ordering followers to do something, it is surprising how few apply critical thinking to this operation, especially when it comes to examining the language that Q uses.

In English grammar, when there is assumed subject of "you" and the verb is in the Simple present aspect, it is a command or imperative, such as "sit down" or "shut up".  This is especially so when there are no modifying modals, such as would, could or should.

Q's use of syntax is combined with subtle contextual and connotative cues that are installed via repetition.  This is easily evidenced by Q's constant use of slogans, such as "where we go one, we go all."  It is also found in Q's predilection for "predicting" fairly obvious events or occurrences, then taking credit for those that come to pass while glossing over those that do not - in short, confirmation bias.

A primary reason Q - and other psy-ops - are so effective is that it subverts incredulity through the use of provable facts and "predictions" to lower resistance in the minds of followers and insert selected narratives and even false information into the individual's conscious thoughts.  The follower then perceives the world through the installed prism, where only selected points of view filter through.

An example would be the way the Nazi Party in Germany used very real cultural and economic threats to inject Final Solutions that did not address the real problems, but scapegoated segments of the population that were then widely perceived to be the cause of suffering.  Events such as the Reichtstag Fire and Kristalnacht are frequently cited examples.

We see similar currents in Trump rally crowds.  Chants of "USA," "CNN Sucks," "Fake News," and so forth are clearly the result of group-think.  Even if the individual is not disposed to violence, in a crowd of thousands, both the anonymity and the peer pressure can be overwhelming motivators.

In the case of Q, it has continually targeted media and the Democratic Party in the US.  While the nation's real problem is social, moral and cultural decay, Q has successfully laid the burden on demographic groups that are symptomatic, rather than actual causes.

The absence of invective against Republicans is telling, and there is never a third-party alternative mentioned.  Q is not a broad-spectrum movement, but one narrowly focused on getting selected Republicans in office.  Q is highly partisan and serves only to widen and deepen the left-right divide, not foster unity and common solutions.

We have seen this before far too many times.

This jingoism is evident in Q Drops and the extensive musings of the Qvians.  At no point do they see the System itself as the problem, only select groups within it.

Issues such as the wildly ballooning public debt, or the massive flooding in the Midwest US and the coming inflation in food prices, or the morality of taxation. or the federal government's involvement in public education are completely ignored, though arguably more pressing than any of the issues highlighted in the Qniverse.

Public funding of grotesque "art" through the National Endowment for the Arts, or billions of dollars in hand-outs to nations that are philosophically anathema to US ideals are never mentioned.  The rampant hiding of results from publicly-funded science and the mafia-like protection of Big Pharma and other industries don't rate a footnote with Q or among its followers.

Instead, we are treated to nearly non-stop haranguing of mass media, gleeful teasing of opposition politics, and ubiquitous flag waving and patriotic back-clapping.

In opposition to the long-standing American tradition of suspicion towards large, centralized government, Q is leading its followers to blind, unquestioning faith in it and the vainglorious hope - even faith - that the System can cure itself by administering more of what made it sick.

People who just a few years ago distrusted everything government now extol the virtues of the secret Plan to save the world and using the military to 'retake' the federal government - commonly called a "junta".  They once praised the bravery of Edward Snowden  for exposing the surveillance system, but now vilify the CIA (a.k.a. Clowns) and DARPA, while praising the NSA.  There was once a time when a "patriot" mean one who defends the land and people against any force - especially government - but now it is used to label the military operatives operating Q to 'restore' the government.

A perfect example of narrative control and redirection occurred during the government shut-down earlier this year.  There was rampant buzz among the Qvians, fostered by Q, that Trump would use the opportunity to lay off hundreds of thousands of government employees, thus reducing the size of the federal government and draining the swamp in one fell swoop.  Not only did it not materialize, not a single commentator that I monitor has mentioned it since then.  Yet, Trump is still viewed as a champion of smaller government and reduced waste, despite a complete lack of evidence for such an image.

This is a classic case of the Edward Bernays model of Public Relations: use symbols and trigger words to evoke a specific set of emotional responses, then transfer them to whatever person, product or organization one chooses; then reinforce the transference by manipulating the symbols and triggers.

In the case of Q, followers are being told they are under direct and dire threat.  Their families and property are being attacked, or will soon be.  The resulting fear and "circle the wagons" instinct is then transferred to whatever target Q chooses - in this case, the media and Democrats, used almost interchangeably.  The followers thus adhere to each other with a siege mentality for "protection" and begin to group-think.  This response shuts off critical thinking and prevents contrary information from entering conscious thought.

While the threats may or may not be real, the emotional responses are real, and those responses are targeted wherever the central cult figure points its finger.  We need look no further than Trump's Wall to see this in action.

Q has done nothing that any dedicated individual could not do.  Q has published hundreds of links to articles, photos and videos in the public domain, something many of us regularly do on social media. The difference is that the links and messages are strung together with a provided context to form a narrative with a particular viewpoint.

In fact, all of the heavy lifting to reveal hidden documents and conspiracies has been done by Tom Fitton and Judicial Watch, by Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, and by dozens of nameless, faceless people who risked their well-being to get those documents into the public domain.  Yet, the Qvians place all the glory at Q's feet, and Q does nothing to disabuse them of this undeserved adulation.  It is my contention that this is exactly what Q's intention is.

By taking the glory for uncovering the corruption at the core of the System, Q not only disenfranchises those dong the real work, it also controls the context and interpretation of the information.  In addition, through the Q Proofs and the Q+ entity, all of the goodwill is transferred to the military and Donald Trump, while blame is shunted onto the various enemies. (see Q791 ff)

The process works like this: first, gain the attention and trust of a large number of followers; next, transfer that trust onto Donald Trump; finally, take credit for all positive developments and ignore the rest.  No matter what happens, Trump is personally responsible for the perceived good, and the failures are shunted off on the Deep State, the Swamp and other shadowy enemies.  Think Orwell's Goldstein in Nineteen Eighty-Four.

As I have clearly demonstrated in prior articles, Q is a technology - a particularly powerful one at that - which is in the possession of government agencies, specifically USOCOM and the GEC.  We must ask ourselves, if Trump is re-elected and the pressure of campaigning is no longer a factor, what then?  Furthermore, if Trump loses in 2020, or leaves in 2024, and someone else assumes the office, what will that person do with this technology?  Control is only a matter of firing the right people and installing cronies.

We must assume that the opposition is well aware of Q, given the large body of media hit pieces out there, and they will surely have been thinking what they could do with such a tool.  We must also assume that even if Q is publicly "revealed," we will likely not get the whole, or even true story.  It is interesting to note that speculation of Q's Revelation closely mirrors the UFO Disclosure talk.

Q has shifted its narrative several times, and the Qvians unquestioningly follow the lead with nary a glance in the rear-view mirror.  Q has already established an "infallibility doctrine" among a great many followers, and they work feverishly to prove every Q Pronouncement correct, rather than critically dissecting and examining the pieces, and especially holding Q to task for failures.

Q is by definition a cult.  Its followers offer unquestioned credulity and allegiance, assume they know the identity of Q (commonly using the pronoun "he"), and relentlessly evangelize Q's message, and the message is a blend of religious and political ideologies.  These are hallmarks of cults.

The Qvians heap unearned praise on their unseen leader and its public manifestation in Donald Trump.  They attribute all manner of victories and beneficence to Q, and wave away any failures and conflicting data with consensus apologetics.  They produce and display objects of faith, such as hundreds of hours of video, clothing, stickers, banners, and so on.  We have even seen the apotheosis of Trump as god-emperor

It is one thing to hold harmless pep rallies, and quite another to hold torchlight processions.  Can we honestly and naively assume that the movement before us will not devolve into the latter?

Behold the Qult.

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Update 8 April 2019: As of this time, Q has been silent since 10am, 29 March 2019.  In our model, this means Q has entered Analysis Phase, where it stops "talking" and starts "listening".  This has a number of purposes in q-analysis (see article above by this title).  First, it is remapping the social media sphere to see how far its most recent messages have spread and where the hot-spots or "hubs" are.  It may single out particularly active hubs to steer increased traffic and for rewards such as "mentions" or higher subscriber numbers.  Second, it is quantifying which messages are getting the most "air time".  It may choose certain topics for future Drops in order to boost their visibility, or to populate them with more information.

From a political standpoint, this kind of information would be highly valuable when scheduling rallies and composing speeches in various locations.  It can also quantify how well certain messages are playing among the voters and what their emotional responses are to various topics.

Of course, there are far more possibilities of value to a political entity.  These are just the most obvious.  Regions that purchase large amounts of Q Paraphernalia would be rich grounds for targeting donors.  It also provides a comprehensive map of strengths and weaknesses, and which issues might sway those regions.

In any event, Listening Mode has gone anywhere from days to nearly a month.  These periods allow the water to settle a bit and make the feedback clearer by not stirring the Qvians with new data, but rather seeing where things stand before launching the next phase of the project.

3.3.19

Vexxed By Vaxxing

A company called Ndemic Creations recently announced that it is adding anti-vaxxers to its popular game Plague Inc.  No word on how much cash Big Pharma is pumping into their stock to "help out".

From the outset, let's establish that Big Pharma is motivated solely and completely by profits.

A recent article announced that Big Pharma was "urging" governments to stockpile antibiotics in case of a major "flu outbreak."  This is absurd on its face.  Influenza is caused by any number of viruses, and antibiotics have no effect on viruses - at all.  This article has only two purposes: first, to cause fear that a flu epidemic could occur at any time, and second to sell vast quantities of a drug that is wholly ineffectual for the given reason.  Profit.

Next, why are vaccines the ONLY government-mandated health regimen?  Most of the vaccines are for childhood diseases that have vanishingly small death rates - measles, mumps, chicken pox.  They are not pleasant diseases, but per capita, the death rates are tiny.  Over the last 10 years, the measles death rate has been less than 1 per year, while the number of known cases has varied between 100 and 200.  The number of deaths from mumps and chicken pox are vanishingly small.  On a global scale, death rates don't even rise above the statistical noise level.

Why are vaccines mandated and not, say, hand washing, vitamin supplements, healthy diets, and so on ad nauseum.  Profit.

If vaccines are so effective, why are there no vaccines for the really dangerous viruses?  Could it be that infection rates and/or affected populations are too small to generate tremendous profits?  Or maybe there's no political interest in certain diseases.  In fact, there are dozens of viral diseases that primarily affect Third World populations who don't have the wealth or trust to use vaccines, and so Big Pharma ignores them.

It's also possible that vaccines don't work, and so they are only produced for diseases that are generally harmless.  If someone gets a flu vaccine, then still gets the flu, they are most likely not going to die from it and there's a convenient excuse about a strain that wasn't planned for.  If, for instance, an HIV vaccines were announced and people who got it still fell prey to the virus, it would be quite obvious that the vaccine didn't work.  Pure Profit.

In fact, there is almost no metric of vaccine efficacy that can't also be explained by better hygiene, better diets, and better overall health care when one is sick.  If vaccines were stopped altogether this moment, disease rates would likely not increase over current levels.

That the scientific cabal (scientidiots as we call them) finds the term "herd immunity" an acceptable way to describe human beings and our health is at once revolting and telling.  Revolting because these high priests of the secular religion actually view us collectively as flock animals, and telling for the same reason.

It seems that lately, Big Pharma has been on a massive campaign to scare us all into queuing up for our vaccines.  They are using every tool at their well-funded disposal to inject us with fear porn and instill guilt.  We are told, as members of the "herd," that if any one of us gets sick, then it is the fault of those who have the sense enough to question this whole vaccine regimen.

To that I reply, if vaccines actually worked as advertised, why would any vaccinated individual need to worry about the unvaccinated.  In fact, what better marketing tool than to show that vaccinated folks need not worry about outbreaks of measles, chicken pox or flu?  There would be no question of efficacy.  We could all witness the value in action.  Sign me up!

It seems to me that blaming unvaccinated individuals for disease outbreaks is a blatant admission that their products do not work.

In point of fact, do you actually know what is in any given vaccine?  I mean really know?  Sure, they are labelled, but labels lie and obfuscate.  And how many times have you asked your doctor, or been offered the container to read?  And those "drug information sheets," you need degrees in medicine, chemistry and ancient Greek to wade through the first paragraph.

Sure, your highly trained doctor promotes them, but what is he/she receiving from the pharmaceutical companies to do so?  I've witnessed first-hand the gimmies, elaborate meals and "retreats" hosted by Big Pharma, and I almost want to promote their crud because of all that.

Sure, the government mandates them, but what has government ever done to earn your implicit trust - besides murder, maim and steal, of course?  How many government-approved products have ultimately been shown to be harmful?

When you go to the doctor's office to get your jab, have you ever asked to see the vaccine packaging?  Have your ever sent samples to an independent lab to be tested and verified as to contents?  No?  So you are just taking the word of a bunch of people with vested financial interests that what is being delivered directly into your bloodstream is both composed of what is claimed, and works as advertised.

At least heroin users get immediate feedback as to the purity and efficacy of the product they inject.

And there's always an out for Big Pharma.  With the flu vaccine, when you still get the flu, well...it's a strain we hadn't planned on last year when we made the potions.  Or perhaps there's a new mutated form of the virus that doesn't respond to the current vaccine.  Or perhaps you came into contact with an anti-vaxxer.

This last excuse is the one that makes me most suspicious and angry.  If the potions worked as advertised, then a vaccine should allow a member of the "herd" to walk into a room full of sick people without worry.  After all, you're immune, right?  That's what they advertise, right?

The US federal government, paragon of trust and good faith that it is, has actually set up a special court system, called the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP), just for claims against vaccines and manufacturers.  In that court, the manufacturer is never liable.  The American taxpayer is.  If your claim is found to be valid, you are paid off with tax dollars and required to sign a form giving indemnity to the manufacturer and vowing silence as to the details and outcomes of cases.

Such a deal!  The government mandates vaccines, then holds the manufacturers free of blame for any injuries or damages caused by vaccines, then uses your money to pay off the injured parties and shut them up.

And we wonder why we never hear of problems with vaccines?

There are two basic kinds of vaccine.  One uses chopped up pieces of viruses - the protein coats - to bind to cell receptors and activate immune responses in the form of B and T cells.

The other uses dead or "inactivated" viruses to the do the same thing.

The first question that arises is, if biologists can't agree whether viruses are actually living creatures, then how do we know they are dead, or "inactive"?  Don't exobiologists talk about viruses and bacteria lying dormant for centuries in the harsh environment of space?  Besides, if something is never alive, how can it be dead?

A virus is simply a protein shell with various bumps and dimples on the surface that lock into receptors on a cell's "skin".  Once a virus latches onto a receptor, it dissolves and injects a set of instructions - like mRNA - into the cell to high-jack the cell's normal processes and re-task them to producing more viruses.  In other words, a virus cannot reproduce itself.  It must take over a host cell and use it to do the job.  This violates one of the basic definitions of Life.

Viruses do not reproduce themselves, they must usurp the life processes of something else.  Viruses do not metabolize food and create energy - again they must use the processes of a living cell.  Viruses cannot move themselves, they depend on a medium such as air or fluid to randomly float to the next victim.  Viruses do not respire - take in oxygen and expire CO2.

They do not meet any of the criteria for life, and in fact many don't even have complete genomes or even DNA.  No motility, no respiration, no reproduction equals no life.

So exactly how do we know something is dead that shows no signs of life in the first place?  And if it is "deactivated," how does it do anything that provides immunity?

The next big issue is how vaccines are made.

Among other methods, some vaccines are produced by incubating the virus in human fetal tissue.  There is only one source of human fetal tissue that is not in utero - aborted babies.

This is one of those little details that are not widely advertised, since most people abhor the idea of having the tissue of aborted children injected into their bloodstreams.  On a cellular level, this is hardly different from cannibalism.

Then there's the is use of adjuvants.  An adjuvant is a potion that "enhances" the body's immune response, causing the release of antigens, and thus creating immunity (supposedly).  The mixtures that different companies use as adjuvants are the primary source of patents, and thus are proprietary to each manufacturer.

If, in fact, adjuvants act as advertised, one wonders why any part of a virus is needed in the first place?  What's more, we are not privy to the exact formulae because they are company secrets.  In other words, they are the part of the trick that even a magician won't tell another magician.

The most discussed issue with vaccines are the preservatives used to give the potions shelf-life and prevent contamination.  In the US, the three approved chemicals are phenol, 2-phenoxyethanol, and thiomersal.  The latter is well known to contain mercury, which causes the brain to short-circuit.

Mercury is the suspected cause of autism, and the origin of the expression "mad as a hatter".  More in a moment.

Phenoxyethanol is an interesting substance.  It is composed of a glycol chain and an ethanol chain bound by oxygen atoms.  It is also called ethylene glycol monophenyl ether, phenoxytolarosol, Dowanol EP / EPH, and several other names.  It is used in cosmetics and perfume as a liquifier base that evaporates leaving the other ingredients behind.  It is also a commercial solvent for various materials such as cellulose and resins.  It has the property of preventing bacteria and yeast from reproducing, so it is also used as a topical (on the skin) antiseptic.  Lovely stuff to shoot in your veins, especially if you are religiously bound to avoid alcohol.

Phenol is a white crystal composed of C6H5OH, or a phenyl group bonded with a hydroxy group.  It is aromatic, meaning it readily evaporates, and volatile, meaning it readily bonds with other substances.  It is produced from petroleum.  Let's let Wikipedia tell us about it:
 "It is primarily used to synthesize plastics and related materials. Phenol and its chemical derivatives are essential for production of polycarbonates, epoxies, Bakelite, nylon, detergents, herbicides such as phenoxy herbicides, and numerous pharmaceutical drugs."

Plastic?  Epoxy?  Nylon?  Herbicide?  And they inject that crap into our veins?  Recall that phenoxyethanol is basically this stuff mixed with grain alcohol.  Double-plus good!
We should also note at this point the connection to nylon and a strange disease called Morgellon's.

Finally, there's thiomersal.   You may know this stuff as Merthiolate, which used to be a common part of every medicine cabinet until it was quietly demarketed because of the mercury content.  It is a reddish substance used topically (on the skin) to treat cuts and scratches because of its antibacterial and antifungal properties.

Put simply, mercury is highly toxic to life as we know it.  According to "scientific consensus," and regular readers here know what we think about that term, it is perfectly harmless, which is why it is used to kill a wide variety of critters and was banned from topical use.

As a vaccine consumer, you have the choice of injecting your bloodstream with a petroleum distillate used in plastics, epoxies and detergents, or a mercury compound that kills everything it touches.  How exciting!

I've only surveyed the most visible issues with vaccines.  There are many others, such as the wisdom of over-exciting the immune system and its relationship to the growing problems with allergies.  There is also scant evidence that vaccine immunity is "remembered" by the body years later, which would take an entire book to discuss thoroughly.

Suffice it to say there are dozens of important considerations to entertain when deciding whether to pump your bloodstream full of toxins and pathogens in an effort to be healthy.  The arguments are similar to the use of radiation and toxic chemicals, all of which cause cancer, in cancer treatments: how does making the body sick create health?

There is an all-out campaign to scare people into jabbing themselves with this crud.  News stories on measles, chicken pox, and influenza outbreaks, and uninhibited guilt trips on parents are among the many tactics to induce fear and panic.

Of course, vaccines are offered as the only 'reasonable" solution to these fears.  Never mind that we are all the products of millions of years of humans surviving these ailments.  They are not pleasant, to be sure, but the death rates compared to the (hidden) damage caused by vaccines is laughable.  Furthermore, those who die from these ailments are usually immune-compromised to begin with.
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No one with a vested interest in selling you vaccines will tell you that a healthy diet, good hygiene and regular use of high-quality dietary supplements are as effective, if not more so, than any vaccines or combination of them.  In fact, the study of disease vectors, beginning with Pasteur and Leeuwenhoek, did more for public health than any vaccine ever has.  (Note polio infections were falling even before the introduction of the Salk vaccine in the 1950s)

If the foregoing information and links have produced any doubt in your mind about the safety and efficacy of vaccines, then it behooves you to do more investigation, especially if you are a soon-to-be parent about to be surrounded by people with a vested financial interest in pushing vaccines on your child.

Just looking at the preservatives used should make you question whether you want that crud pumped into your newborn.  Regular hand-washing, bathing your child and keeping the nursery clean will be far more effective and less dangerous.

Some final questions to ask: if you are vaccinated against, say...flu, then why do they run breathless fear-porn articles about flu outbreaks every year?  Wouldn't it be more effective to show all the healthy vaxxers who didn't get the flu this year?  Don't you want to be like them?  Or can't they show that to us?