The Cult of Vaccination has done a really good job of pulling the wool over the eyes of millions of naive Americans, tricking them into believing that chemical injections are absolutely necessary for human beings to stay healthy and disease-free. But so much of what’s peddled by these medical charlatans as vaccine “science” is nothing more than mythological propaganda originating from vaccine corporations trying to make a buck.
One of their biggest lies is so-called “herd immunity” – the idea that a majority of people have to be vaccinated in order for vaccines to work at all. Herd immunity has permeated the public consciousness, even though it didn’t even exist as recently as the 1980s. The concept came to be as a mere marketing ploy by Big Vaccine to scare the public into getting more vaccines – it’s really as simple as that.
But somewhere along the way, herd immunity became undeniable “truth,” at least to vaccine-pushers who insist that everyone will die in a horrible disease pandemic unless everyone follows the official vaccine schedule put forth by the corrupt U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – which these days operates as little more than an authoritative cover for the vaccine industry.
A quick look at the scientific data and actual facts proves that herd immunity is 100 percent fake – seeing as how there’s never actually been a qualitative herd of fully vaccinated humans, as dictated by official herd immunity dogma. Those who push the herd immunity conspiracy theory claim that 95 percent of people need to be vaccinated in order for the “herd” to be protected, and yet there’s never been a time in history when 95 percent of the population was vaccinated.
“Vaccine-induced herd immunity is a lie used to frighten doctors, public-health officials, other medical personnel, and the public into accepting vaccinations,” says vaccine expert Dr. Russell Blaylock, M.D.
You can read more about this in an eye-opening article published by GreenMedInfo.com.
But wait: What about all of those “non-profit” groups that encourage vaccination for other reasons besides just herd immunity? These, too, are fake, as the vast majority of them are on the dole of vaccine companies that employ them as “independent” mouthpieces in support of “safe and effective” vaccination.
“IAC, ECBT, and AAP have a few things in common. They are all non-profit organizations with large online presences that promote themselves as sources of reliable information on vaccines,” an article published by the prestigious British Medical Journal reveals.
“They also receive funding from both vaccine manufacturers and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And, in their advocacy for compulsory vaccination, they all have in common a goal that pushes beyond official governmental policy and, in the case of influenza vaccines, the evidence.”
Another popular vaccine myth is the idea that vaccine-induced immunity lasts forever, just like natural immunity. This was the predominant belief – and course curriculum at many medical schools – for more than 70 years before it was ultimately proven false. With vaccine-induced immunity lasting for as little as just two years, the fact of the matter is that vaccines don’t work as claimed – and they certainly don’t produce “herd immunity” in any sense of the made-up phrase.
“Herd immunity is an interesting theory, but it’s a myth that we’ve ever achieved it through vaccination,” writes J.B. Handley, Jr., for GreenMedInfo.com. “Herd immunity is a myth. It’s a bully club planted in the media by vaccine makers to scare parents into vaccinating in order to ‘protect’ others. The math doesn’t add up, and never has.”
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