History of Vaccines

From Vaccination Is Not Immunization
addendum to later editions

Since 2000, this vaccine textbook has always been meant for parents who are about to make the most important decision in the life of the child – whether or not to vaccinate. As new editions came out, and vaccines became more and more political, so many new events were taking place that were filling up the textbook. The book was getting too large. So we began maintaining the historical section of that textbook here at this location.

To understand vaccines, it essential to have a basic introduction into how they appeared in the world in the first place. Here is a summary of the those historical events that you won’t be finding on the controlled websites which dominate the internet. The difference here is, these facts are all fully referenced at the end of this chapter.

H I S T O R Y — P A R T . I


Smallpox was an infectious viral disease evident for centuries in places with poor sanitation, poverty, and malnutrition. Hundreds of thousands died, and there was no cure. The infectious agent was called Orthopox variola. [153]

By the end of the 18th century the disease was following the usual natural course: burning itself out on the human population, confining itself to those with the lowest immune capabilities, and mutating. An example of true Herd immunity.

Smallpox was traditionally regarded as divine punishment for unnamed errors. It never occurred to people that overcrowding, poor hygiene, contaminated food and water, or poor nutrition had anything to do with it. A superstition emerged that milkmaids who contracted a mild disease known as cowpox were thereby immune to smallpox.


as you may remember, was the Englishman in the late 1700s who capitalized on that old superstition. As an experiment, Jenner came up with the idea of drawing serum from a cowpox pustule on the skin of an infected milkmaid – 9 year old Sarah Nelmes. [265, Miller]

He was then reckless enough to actually inoculate the infected pus into another subject, on the supposition that contact with this milder disease would allow the subject to develop immunity to the more deadly smallpox.

Jenner’s wild theory was that this cow-pox is smallpox of the cow. Therefore, if you give a person cowpox, it is the same as smallpox, only in a very mild form. And it would not be infectious.

Going even farther out on a limb, Jenner himself then declared that it is not only that cowpox is preventive of smallpox but that it is smallpox itself! (Enquiry, 1798 [154])

After inoculating his very first patient – 8 year old James Phipps – Jenner absurdly maintained that his injections were conferring lifetime immunity:

    “…what renders the cowpox virus so extremely singular is that the person who has been thus affected is forever after secure from the infection of the smallpox.” – Jenner, 1797, cited in H.B. Anderson [189]


While Jenner is universally venerated today as mankind’s deliverer from the scourge of smallpox in probably 99% of today’s sources because of his “discovery” of inoculation, what most edited modern drafts of the story omit is the

    – utter lack of science behind Jenner’s original claim of immunity from vaccines
    – recklessness in producing smallpox vaccine
    – number of deaths and disfiguring cases from his injections


Many of Jenner’s own contemporaries were shocked at how easily the scientific community was taken in by this poser.

Perusing the work of Walter Hadwen MD, celebrated English surgeon, author, and medical scholar of 100 years ago, we find a version of the Jenner story that is not quite so cast in bronze as what we have always been told. Hadwen points out a few cracks in Jenner’s pedestal: [177]

    – Jenner was no physician. He never completed any program of medical study, or received a diploma from any medical school. [If you go to the Jenner Museum in Gloucestershire, England today and ask for Jenner’s diploma, (as I did), you will be told “we don’t have it.”]

    – Jenner bought his medical degree for £15 from St Andrew’s College in Scotland, which he never attended. (Hume, p 174 [187], also Hadwen [177, 178])

    – Jenner “tested” his theory on one patient, and immediately claimed that he had “immunized” the patient against smallpox for life. Jenner then claimed that it would work universally. That’s it! No controlled clinical trials, no years of research, nothing. One patient!

Modern whitewashed versions of the story never mention that James Phipps died at age 20, having been inoculated with vaccine each year! Or that Jenner’s own son died at 21, also revaccinated over and over. (Baron, vol 2 [209])

With no proof whatsoever, Jenner tricked the entire medical profession, then and now, into pretending that cowpox was smallpox in cows – a total scientific inaccuracy. And then he sold the idea that his vaccine was the cure. [178, 244]


A few years after his “breakthrough,” Jenner’s repeated petitions to the House of Commons struck gold, or actually sterling. It finally dawned on the English government how millions of pounds could change hands by passing a law making Jenner’s smallpox vaccine compulsory. Jenner was promptly awarded the enormous sum of £30,000 by British Parliament, and suddenly this uncredentialed primadonna was a revered scientist. [179]

Soon Parliament began passing laws to make the untested vaccine compulsory throughout the British empire. The rest of Europe soon followed suit.

Once the economic implications of compulsory vaccinations were realized, dissenting voices went unpublished. Then as now, the media were largely controlled by vaccine manufacturers and the government, who stood to make huge money from the sale of these absurd vaccines. Hadwen put it like this: [244]

    “… so strong is the effect of authority, custom, and endowment, and so prone are people to save themselves the trouble of personal investigation by the simple process of accepting the decisions of “the majority” …

    “When once an error is accepted by a profession and endowed by Government, to uproot it becomes a herculean task.”

Sound familiar? Despite the lack of scientific validation and the tens of thousands of documented vaccine deaths, compulsory smallpox vaccination lasted for 120 years! And then in 2002 America geared up to do it all again.


Let’s back up a moment and look at the original science. In the first place, these two diseases – cowpox and smallpox – are two completely distinct conditions, as Hadwen explains:

    “What is cow-pox? It is a disease which occurs on the teats of cows; it only occurs when they are in milk; only in one part of the body, and naturally only in the female animal; it results in an ugly chancre; and is not infectious.

    Small-pox, on the other hand, is not limited to the female sex as is cow-pox, nor to one portion of the body; it presents different physical signs, and, furthermore, is tremendously infectious, and the course and symptoms of the two diseases are totally different.

    “Therefore there is no analogy between the two.” [178]

Legitimate scientists of Jenner’s day, like Bechamp, Hadwen, Wallace, and others thought it appalling that these distinctions between cowpox and smallpox were never discussed. If the axioms of immunology were true, how could one disease bug immunize against a completely separate disease?

Doing a taxonomic check in a standard index of viruses from a National Institutes of Health database [245] readily points out that cowpox is associated with a virus called Orthopox vaccinia and smallpox with a virus called Orthopox variola. These two viruses have different sizes, genetic sequences, and characteristics.

They’re different species. To pretend that cows get a version of smallpox called cowpox is bizarre enough – but then to say that people who get the same disease are thereby immune to smallpox is utterly fictional.

This chart may be helpful: (Microsoft Encarta [165])

    Cowpox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Smallpox

    In cows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . In humans
    Not infectious to cows . . . Infectious to humans
    Orthopox vaccinia . . . . . . Orthopox variola

Here’s how modern science glosses over the apparent contradiction, perpetuating the fable: From The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition: [166] cowpox:

    “… infectious disease of cows caused by a virus related to the virus of smallpox. Also called variola, it is characterized by pustular lesions on the teats and udder.

    Cowpox is transmitted by contact, inducing a mild infection of the hands in persons who milk infected cows. The fact that such persons had immunity to smallpox led Edward Jenner to attempt vaccination with this virus, instead of using the dangerous method of vaccinating with material from the sores of smallpox. Jenner’s method was successful and is the basis of the modern vaccination against smallpox.”

The majority of historical references have loudly proclaimed the sound science behind smallpox vaccine, up to the present day.


Why have all smallpox vaccines since the time of Jenner contained the wrong virus? Entrenched medical error. Even the 2002 smallpox vaccines still contained Orthopox vaccinia, not Orthopox variola. (NEJM, [150], [156], King [137])

Smallpox is the only vaccine for which this ‘close cousin’ ruse has ever been tried.

As we saw in The Doors of Perception [271], the molders of the public mind are banking that most people will never look below the surface to discover the unscientific and illogical basis for issues which have huge economic significance. Everybody knows that in America people just don’t read any more.


On the way to becoming the dangerous and useless product it is today, smallpox vaccine has been true to its origins. Here are a few of the other sources from which Jenner and others drew the material which they also claimed was smallpox vaccine, up until 1898:

    – infected horse hooves
    – pustules on cows infected with human smallpox
    – pustules on humans who had been deliberately infected with horse grease and cowpox
    – pustules on humans infected with smallpox

    – (Baxby [208], An Enquiry [154], [265])

Horse grease was the name of a hoof infection disease. Jenner felt justified in injecting pus from infected horse hooves into healthy children because he dreamed up the notion that cowpox was harbored in the infected hooves. [154] Not kidding.

Guess where Jenner got smallpox pus for his vaccine. Give up? Human corpses, dead from smallpox! [248]

For over 150 years, there was virtually no consistency in the preparation of smallpox vaccine. [266]

Turns out that cowpox itself is not a natural disease of cows. Cowpox is a disease of the udder which came about by farmers milking the cows with filthy hands. Often after having just cleaned infections in other animals, or after any other farm chore for that matter.

Syphilis and tuberculosis were commonly present in the pustular cowpox lesions from which the precious “vaccine” was extracted. ([181], SAV [266], [265])

In reading these old histories, one gradually realizes that many of the “vaccines” didn’t go through any manufacturing steps or preparation whatsoever. Before 1856, a large percentage of the early smallpox vaccines were nothing more than arbitrary jabs of human and animal pus directly into a healthy child’s arm! (SAV [266], whale.to [39] )


Here we see the level of the science underlying smallpox vaccine for the past two centuries. The random cross-mixing of blood between man and animals violated common traditions and taboos of most cultures from time immemorial. Many religions specifically forbade it.

Cowpox was not a natural disease in cows; syphilis was not a natural disease in man. Smallpox was not a natural disease in cows, nor in any other animals: it had to be injected into them. How many other diseases have their roots in this quixotic inter-species experimentation?

Bad ju-ju to ignore Mother Nature.

By 1875, smallpox vaccine had become so crossed and intermixed from so many different sources, passed through so many different species, that the actual composition was truly unknown. There was no consistency worldwide – in any location smallpox vaccine was whatever the local authorities said it was. A smallpox vaccine might have its origins in goat pox, swine pox, cowpox, monkeypox, horse grease, human smallpox or any combination thereof. [266]


By 1853, Parliament began passing laws to make the untested vaccine compulsory throughout the British empire. Other countries of Europe followed suit.

Dr Hadwen provides a rare window into the medical research of a century ago, one that has not received the usual whitewash. He tells the amazing story about Prussia, the most vaccinated country in Europe during the 1800s, and the country which kept the best records. Hadwen had access to these medical records before the media had the sense to suppress them. Here’s what they showed: ([244, 248])

It happened that Prussia passed a mandatory vaccination law in 1834 for smallpox. The law provided that every infant be vaccinated, and then re-vaccinated when starting school. After graduation he had to be vaccinated again, and then once more upon entering the Army. And all healthy males had to go into the Army.

Anyone who refused the vaccination was to be “held down and vaccinated by force; and so thoroughly was it done that he was then vaccinated in ten places on each arm.” [244]

OK, so we get the idea that almost 100% of Prussians got Jenner’s smallpox vaccine. So what happened in Prussia 35 years after this vaccination law? A smallpox epidemic of 1 million cases which killed “124,978 of her vaccinated and re-vaccinated citizens after thirty-five years of compulsory vaccination!”


How about England?

A compulsory immunization program was set up in England in 1853 using Jenner’s methods. (McBean p.13)[195] Before that time, the highest number of deaths in a 2 year period in England from smallpox was about 2000.

Results of this ‘immunization’:

    year . . . . deaths
    1857-9 . . . 14,244
    1863-5 . . . 20,059

In response, in 1867 Parliament enacted a stricter vaccination law, and 97% of the people were inoculated. New result:

    year . . . deaths
    1868 . . . 44,840

– Null, Part III, p 23 [204]

Excellent vaccine, what?


After WWI, there was a lot of surplus smallpox vaccine sitting around. So we looked to another market we could control. When the U.S. mandated a mass smallpox vaccination program in the Philippines in 1917, some 25 million shots were given to those people. 163,000 Filipinos came down with the disease after the vaccination, and 75,339 died from it, quadrupling the death rate prior to the inoculation program.

That’s far more than the total number of Americans who died in the entire Vietnam war! American ‘immunization’ of its Philippine territory caused several horrific epidemics there that didn’t quite make the six o’clock news. (Anderson, p 69, Hay, also James, p 410 [189] [205] [184])


What most people don’t know is that just after the US began vaccinating for smallpox (1902) England stopped. By 1907 England had no more compulsory smallpox vaccination. Holland, same thing in 1928. Australia – 1925. ([189], p 10)

How long did it take the US to figure it out? We finally stopped in 1971, the last holdout in the world.

The low ebb of infectious diseases arrived in the 1970s. From 1950 to 1970, zero cases of smallpox were reported in the U.S. After 1970, there were a few cases of smallpox, but they only occurred among the ranks of the vaccinated! (Scheibner) [222]

What’s important to notice is that smallpox vaccination in the U.S. persisted another 30 years after the disease was at an incidence of practically zero. Again, the only source of death from smallpox in the U.S. for 30 years was from the vaccine itself. (Mendelsohn, p 232; World Book, 1994) [224, 228]

Today smallpox occurs nowhere in nature.


The attempt to bring smallpox vaccine back after 9/11 is now fading from memory. The new buzz was all about Ebola, and meningitis. But it is crucial to be able to evaluate the next two marketing ploys in the context of the previous 3 puppet shows: smallpox, avian flu, and swine flu.

From 9/11 until early 2003, popular media employed a dazzling menage of pseudoscience and well-edited history to concoct a new myth out of thin air: terrorists were about to release smallpox as a bioweapon that would decimate our population.


Government leaders with degrees in law, not science, decided to prepare enough vaccine to inoculate every American. And to empower themselves to legislate the vaccine’s administration, sanctioned by severe penalties for refusal. (Altman [133])

For the rest of that story on the post 9/11 smallpox vaccine hoax, the reader is referred to the online chapter Smallpox: Bringing a Dead Disease Back To Life. [131] The point here is to see how that exact same pattern is being employed today with the 2014 promotions for Ebola.

H I S T O R Y — P A R T II


After Jenner, the next big name in vaccines was Pasteur. Louis Pasteur was a French chemist in the mid 1800s, one of a group of scientists in both France and Germany who were grappling with fundamental questions about life:

    – what makes something alive?
    – where do germs come from?
    – which comes first, germ or disease?
    – why do things rot, ferment, or decompose?

For the first time in history, discoveries were being made about these elementary issues. Ideas were coming fast, but piecemeal. It was perfect timing for an opportunist to take advantage of the general uncertainty and to claim that he
understood all the issues involved, and furthermore had thought of them first.

Pasteur was known for his habit of playing both sides of the fence on issues he didn’t understand, and then later, to quote only the parts of his early writings that supported the later finding, always with the claim that he had been there first.

Only scientists studied the complexities of these emerging ideas. The royal court and the press just knew that something was going on, and though they didn’t know what, were going to act as though they did. Same as now. For
them, a chameleon like Pasteur was the perfect frontman.

Once it became clear which way the winds of fortune were blowing. Pasteur saw his way to a career behind a new dogma:


What exactly was this Germ Theory? Very simply, the Germ Theory holds that there are separate diseases and that each disease is caused by a particular microorganism. It is the job of science, then, to find the right drug or vaccine that will selectively kill off the offending bug without killing the patient.

That would be great, but rarely is nature so black and white about things, ever notice that? For one thing, bacteria and viruses tend to be picky about their environments. That’s why some people get colds and others don’t. That’s why some survived the Bubonic Plague. That’s also why some doctors and nurses seem to be immune to disease even though they’re surrounded by it every day.

Deepak Chopra tells us of a study in which the influenza virus was isolated and implanted directly onto the mucous membranes of a group of subjects, with only 12% of them getting the flu. (235])

Disease happens when systems of the body become so weak and nutrient-starved that they shut down. What causes that? Low resistance, filth, toxic diet, bad lifestyle, dehydration, Google/wiki, weak immune system. Such imbalance renders the blood a hospitable medium in which opportunist organisms may be cultured. Eventually even Pasteur agreed that bugs – bacteria and viruses – do not cause disease, but rather are the scavengers of diseased tissue.

The Germ Theory has as many holes as a Swiss cheese, and Pasteur knew it. But a little research shows us that Pasteur had a rare gift for PR. He never missed the occasion to court magistrates, noblemen, and legislators in the drawing rooms of Europe. Dealing with scientific matters incompletely understood even by Pasteur himself, the members of the aristocracy tended to accept Pasteur’s version of current science. [187]

When the Brass Ring of mass vaccination eventually occurred to the government leaders, Pasteur was primed.


There was a unique book published in 1923 that is still in print: Bechamp or Pasteur? This book was written by E. Douglas Hume, who it turns out was actually a woman who had to disguise her name to get the book published.

Hume serves up a few beguiling morsels about Pasteur:

    – Pasteur had no training or credentials in either medicine or physiology; he was a chemist
    – Pasteur very likely created the disease known as hydrophobia, (rabies) rather than found a cure for it.

    – Pasteur initiated the practice of vivisection with horrific animal experiments. Hundreds of thousands of laboratory animals have been needlessly killed by atrocious experiments in the name of “science,” throughout the entire empire of medical research laboratories worldwide, even to the present time

    – Rather than protecting the human race from disease, Pasteur may be seen more as a merchant than a scientist, with his frequent reporting of false test findings. [187]


The members of the FDA who decide which vaccines get approved make up the Advisory Board (ACIP). In the Congressional investigation on vaccines, Rep. Dan Burton found out that financial statements of Advisory Board members were incomplete. [138]

Noting that this is the only branch of government that allows incomplete financials, Burton called the Advisory Boards sweetheart arrangements with the vaccine manufacturers a violation of the public trust. This includes 70% of Advisory Board members who admit to owning stock in vaccines, owning patents on vaccines, and accepting salaries and benefits as employees of the drug companies both before and after their tenure on the Committee. [176] [283]


The first and most important rule in creating any epidemic is that the marketing of the disease cannot outpace the rate of the disease itself.

When doom and gloom predictions are too overstated, the entire purpose of the whole program is defeated – which was, selling the vaccine. Getting people to show up for it.

The 2009 swine flu/H1N1 disaster made that fatal error, even with the best publicists money can buy. The scenario they painted was so grim, the threat so dire that no set of actual events short of the Bubonic Plague could have lived up to it.

So we witnessed the unravelling of a ‘pandemic’ before enough people showed up to participate in it.

Even the impaired cognition of the general public saw through that veil. After all those months of threats and hysteria from every level of government, in all media, the American people said no thanks, we’re not buying swine flu.

So much bad science and self-serving propaganda was dumped onto the public regarding this cheap promotion that it would fill this book, but the important lesson we must take from it is to apprehend the pattern of the made-to-order
pandemic that has now become firmly entrenched in our culture, and can be trotted out on command.


Americans got a valuable lesson from the rabid way the government spokesmen kindled the fire those first weeks.

Rather than report simply that there was a possible new illness and that it’s under investigation, everyone immediately rang the Doomsday Bell.

With no solid data, W.H.O.’s Margaret Chan irresponsibly declared a public health emergency of international concern. (WHO Health Advisory, April 2009, [67])

Chan followed that up with the unfounded 11 June declaration of a Phase 6 Pandemic Emergency. Media had a bloodfest over that announcement. [68] (Engdahl)

Chan’s next hysterical outburst came on 16 July 09:

    “…modeling suggests that swine flu has an attack rate of 30% once it enters a country, the likelihood is 30% of citizens will catch it at some point….”

Modeling? Is that like channeling? Obviously a vaccine was being promoted here. But it was her next phrase that hung the W.H.O. out to dry:

    “One should be available soon, in August. But having a vaccine available is not the same as having a vaccine that is proven safe. Clinical trial data will not be available for another two to three months.” [66]

Chan knew she was at sea here. New vaccines take at least a year to develop. As we have seen, swine flu vaccine clinical trials only began in August 2009. So it was stupefying when five weeks later the FDA approved an H1N1 vaccine! [61]


For the first 2 months, H1N1 was not even mentioned. The cases were just called swine flu – some weird new strain of pig virus. It was only when the bacon industry kept complaining to Obama that the H1N1 characterization was hit upon. [64]

The first cases of swine flu were coming from Third World areas where even basic medical services are lacking, let alone a sophisticated screening test for a brand new disease. That procedure would take months to create, even in the most modern of clinical settings.

So once again we ask, without a screening procedure, exactly what were they counting, in Mexico, in Texas, wherever? What set these cases apart from ordinary flu?


CDC’s brilliant solution was H1N1, even though they knew that made no sense either, with over 700 strains. But they had to call it something, so by June 2009 the CDC’s official title for the new pandemic was the 2009 H1N1 Influenza A. [35]

Ludicrously apparent to anyone who was eventually going to put the pieces of the puzzle together, suddenly switching names and calling the new disease H1N1 flu was a patent attempt to lump any Class A flu into the H1N1 category.

Equally embarrassing was the CDC statement of 3 Oct 09 in which they printed the utterly insupportable pronouncement that

    “a total of 99% of circulating influenza viruses in the United States were 2009 H1N1 influenza.” [56] {Barclay)


The first death knell for the 2009 vaccine hoax was sounded on 21 Sep 09 in an article that appeared in Associated Press. [58] The article stated that the first of the swine flu vaccines were to come out in October.

National Institutes of Health was recommending four separate flu shots to kids younger than 10 years old. Two of the shots would be the brand new untested swine flu vaccines, and the other two the ‘regular’ flu shot.

NIH director Tony Fauci and CDC’s Ann Schuchat proclaimed:

    – children 9 and under will need 2 flu shots and 2 swine flu shots
    – everybody else will need 1 of each
    – kids can get both shots the same day, one in each arm
    – NIH has studies involving 600 children
    – children 10 and older showed protection from the new vaccine
    – a second dose is necessary to ‘rev up’ the immune system

CDC’s Schuchat, towering medical genius, then piped in “it will be OK for kids to get one shot in each arm on the same visit.”

Remember that?

In every declining civilization in history, this has been a hallmark of unanchored officials: making unchallenged idiotic statements. It will rise to new heights in the Ebola story below


The urgency over the 2009 swine flu program was being stoked almost daily by inflammatory news stories, all with the same slant: no time to test these new vaccines. So let’s just get them out there to the children and pregnant women such as they are. We’ll sort out the details later.

Little extras like toxicity, lethal side effects, permanent neurological damage, autism, genome alteration, etc.

CDC Director Thomas Frieden on 60 Minutes:

    “We’re confident it will be effective, and we have every reason to believe that it will be safe.” [71]

Empty words. Without complete clinical trials, nothing is really known about either the safety or the efficacy of any vaccine. From a national health perspective, we have taken a dodgey turn indeed if we can replace standard protocols for testing and licensing vaccines with hollow statements from regulatory officials, implying clinical testing is no longer necessary.

If the substances being thus green-lighted had no side effects, that would be one thing. Quite another here, what with the limitless amounts of allowable mercury, as well as the other potential effects of an untested vaccine being not only licensed for use, but also aggressively marketed and promoted for the general public, especially children and pregnant women.

A few Americans (about 36,000) did fall for the ruse however and got vaccinated. The Darwin effect. Reported reactions were met with routine denials. But some effects were too obvious to deny.

Like the 10 Sep 2011 headline about the thousands of US women miscarrying after the H1N1 vaccine. [13] Again, a story that was largely buried.

One fact is certain: without hyperbole or sensationalism, the new H1N1 flu vaccine – unidentified, untested and untried – would have been the most dangerous immunological experiment on this country’s children in history. If the people would have bought it.


What happened to SARS? Where is it? What happened to anthrax, smallpox, Avian flu, mad cow? They’re gone. And they won’t be back. Their objective was attained – spend billions for new pharmaceuticals, unproven and ultimately unnecessary. Afterwards the threats always vanish, like the dew off the grass in the new morning sun – gone. [62]

Despite last-ditch attempts to salvage sales of unwanted vaccines, by early 2010 the swine flu pandemic had all but disappeared, behind some fast back-pedaling:

    “… with the second wave of H1N1 infections having crested in the United States, leading epidemiologists are predicting that the pandemic could end up ranking as the mildest since modern medicine began documenting influenza outbreaks” (Stein [71])

As demand fell, many states, as well as most of the EU countries, returned stocks of unused H1N1 vaccine. [43] [46] [72]

In Feb. and Mar. 2010, desperate attempts were made to try and salvage the sinking H1N1 ship, by proclaiming the pandemic was still a threat and could re-emerge anywhere, etc.

Desperate to move dead stockpiles of a vaccine nobody wanted, in Feb 2010 they decided to include the unpopular H1N1 vaccine into the next year’s regular flu shot. [45], (CNN)

It’s still there today.


After 2 years of emergency headlines about H1N1 pandemic, suddenly all media were mute on the subject as though it never happened. Remember? the American public rejected the vaccine when the states began to return their allotted stocks of vaccine. And then something unprecedented occurred: the returned stockpiles were burned! Almost as though they were destroying evidence. [293], (Fox News)

After two losing forays into global vaccines, it is doubtful that swine flu will be back. The vaccine was a failure and an embarrassment, and exposed the agenda and credibility of the regulating health agencies, for anyone who cared to put the pieces together.

But again we must ask: once the vaccine vanished from the scene, what happened to the threat of HIN1 flu? It’s gone too. And not because the vaccine cured it, because people didn’t get the vaccine. This flu is gone because it never existed in the first place.

For greater depth on the Swine Flu vaccine attempt, see these two chapters:

    Swine Flu: Global Pandemic Or Just Makin’ Bacon?
    Swine Flu Vaccine: Licensed and Untested


The High Risk Category, the 2002 invention that created a kind of back door to full approval for new experimentals, gracefully ensures a future of endless vaccines. Starting with the hysteria surrounding bioterrorism, we were set up for a whole string of new vaccines that could be quietly introduced at any time, just like Hep A, Rotateq and HPV were. Easy enough – just put them into the High Risk Category for a few months first. Then suddenly one day with no announcement whatsoever, poof! Suddenly they’re whisked into the main Schedule. As if they’d been there forever.

Popping up just 4 short months after 9/11, this Category facilitated the administration of edicts allowed by the draconian Model Emergency Health Powers Act, Patriot Act, and the Homeland Security Act, still the law of the land. [157]
Such Fourth Reich legislation grants absolute power to proclaim virtually any situation a terrorist emergency, and to decree that all or any part of the population must submit to whatever health measures are deemed necessary, including experimental vaccines.

Those who refuse may be fined, quarantined, prosecuted, imprisoned, or forced to submit, and property may be burned or confiscated.

Why not toss in the guillotine?

It seems unlikely that the provisions of legislation this extreme would ever be carried out, although versions of it are still on the books. But given these two options, Nazis-R-Us or Terrorists Might Pop Up Here And There, give me the threat of terrorism any day of the week. Haven’t we seen how well they can protect us from anything?


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