Pox, Cow and Small

August 31 · 

More than a year ago I posted this finding, it caused a bit of a stir…. I am reposting with a different approach. This is to allow you time to slowly absorb this information and figure this out on your own:
I made a time line of a discovery in a book written in 1806, just 7 years after vaccine mandates started. ..At the time, people were being inoculated for smallpox….or so they thought, instead, they used the pus from cows and were inoculating the public with COWPOX. The population were actually being injected with cow DNA in order to gain “health” It took nearly 70 years for the truths to come out to what was happening to the people. Children inoculated under 4 months old had their features evolve, and those inoculated during childbearing age had children born with these features. I am going to allow you to figure out the rest. Here is the book and my timeline.


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http://www.newswithviews.com/images/Jim_Howenstine_com_hdr.gif By Dr. James Howenstine, MD.
December 7, 2003

Dr. James R. Shannon, former director of the National institute of health declared, “the only safe vaccine is one that is never used.”

Cowpox vaccine was believed able to immunize people against smallpox. At the time this vaccine was introduced, there was already a decline in the number of cases of smallpox. Japan introduced compulsory vaccination in 1872. In 1892 there were 165,774 cases of smallpox with 29,979 deaths despite the vaccination program. A stringent compulsory smallpox vaccine program, which prosecuted those refusing the vaccine, was instituted in England in 1867. Within 4 years 97.5 % of persons between 2 and 50 had been vaccinated. The following year England experienced the worst smallpox epidemic[1] in its history with 44,840 deaths. Between 1871 and 1880 the incidence of smallpox escalated from 28 to 46 per 100,000. The smallpox vaccine does not work.

Much of the success attributed to vaccination programs may actually have been due to improvement in public health related to water quality and sanitation, less crowded living conditions, better nutrition, and higher standards of living. Typically the incidence of a disease was clearly declining before the vaccine for that disease was introduced. In England the incidence of polio had decreased by 82 % before the polio vaccine was introduced in 1956.

In the early 1900s an astute Indiana physician, Dr. W.B. Clarke, stated “Cancer was practically unknown until compulsory vaccination with cowpox vaccine began to be introduced. I have had to deal with two hundred cases of cancer, and I never saw a case of cancer in an unvaccinated[2] person.”

There is a widely held belief that vaccines should not be criticized because the public might refuse to take them. This is valid only if the benefits exceed the known risks of the vaccines.

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