David has been investigating measles. He cannot solve the mystery of who is behind the strenuous effort to turn measles from a benign childhood illness into a deadly killer, but he can guess that it has dollar signs attached to it. What David can do is discuss some of the facts about measles statistics, which are quite surprising. Which is that 97% of the death rate from measles disappeared by 1962, the last year without a vaccine. Until recently even David didn’t know that Canada simply stopped
* Duration: 58:18
* Published: 2019-03-12 11:06:42 a.m.
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This is the data the drug industry do not want you to see. Here 2 centuries of UK, USA and Australian official death statisticsshow conclusively and scientificallymodern medicine is not responsible for and played little part in substantially improved life expectancy and survival from disease in western economies.
The US Congress and numerous state legislatures are in the process of making laws to institute “mandatory vaccination” on both children and adults. At the same time state governments are rolling back protections guaranteeing informed consent, a cornerstone of modern medicine.
Don’t listen to your doctor’s death sentence.
Lulu Wang tells the story of an elaborate attempt to keep someone ignorant — her grandmother — and how her family pulled it off.
Good for Casey. Just check fakeologist.com and you’ll be fine.
Very unique audio confession.
When Mariya Karimjee was little, members of her family made a decision that would affect her entire life. Years later, she wants to know why.
Is the critical mass rising?
Unvaccinated Children Pose No Risk To Anyone, Says Harvard Immunologist
Published on March 6, 2019 By Richard Enos
THE LIVING ROOM • Re: Vaccinations: The Medical, Legal, and Social Implication cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?t=2108&p=2412120#p2412120
Peer pressure always wins.
Wilt Chamberlain – easily one of the best basketball players of all time – was a terrible free throw shooter. Except for one season when he changed technique and scored more free throws in one game than anyone ever has. Then, crazily, he gave up the technique. Malcolm Gladwell explains why we often make the wrong decisions, in full awareness that they’re wrong. This story was adapted from Gladwell’s new podcast Revisionist History, which is produced by Panoply.
The drug companies, via public health and propaganda, are putting out a fear story every day now.
People are waking up to vaccine damage.
They are having an effect.
The phony stories are daily.
Scarlett as in scarlet fever?
Little Scarlett was one week shy of getting the immunization shot meant to protect her from whooping cough when she became infected in late January.
Imagine building a hotel in two weeks. Building around those that won’t move or relocate.
Insane growth often outpaces planners.
China is a hypergrowth phenomena.