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MMR Vaccine from Hell – Court Rules, Measles is not Caused by a Virus

Published on July 11, 2017

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The headlines from the BBC reads ‘Measles ‘tragedy’ kills 35 across Europe.’ “Thirty-five people have died in the past year from measles outbreaks across Europe, the World Health Organization has warned. It described the deaths – which can be prevented with vaccination – as an “unacceptable tragedy”. “We are very concerned that although a safe, effective and affordable vaccine is available, measles remains a leading cause of death among children worldwide, and unfortunately Europe is not spared.”

According to the BBC what is measles?

  • Unvaccinated young children are at highest risk of measles and its complications, including death
  • Measles is spread by direct contact and through the air by coughs and sneezes
  • The virus remains active and contagious on infected surfaces for up to two hours

What you are reading above is pure pharmaceutical propaganda. These are lies. Alternatively, the medical staff at the BBC cannot read, are not honest, enjoy misleading the public and or are being paid off by pharmaceutical companies. The international media is part of a terrorist organization of vast proportions. They kill more people than all the radical Islamic groups put together by misleading the public about vaccines and many other parts of modern medicine.

Think I am exaggerating? In a recent ruling, judges at the German Federal Supreme Court (BGH) confirmed that the measles virus does not exist. Furthermore, there is not a single scientific study in the world that proves the existence of the virus in any scientific literature. This raises the question of what was actually injected into millions over the past few decades in the infamous MMR vaccine. Not a single scientist, immunologist, infectious disease specialist or medical doctor has ever been able to establish a scientific foundation for the vaccination of measles.

Supreme Court in Germany says Measles Virus Does not Exist

Microbiologist Dr. Stefan Lanka (pictured above) claimed he would award anyone 100,000 Euros who could prove the existence of the measles virus. At first, it appeared he had lost the bet. Dr. Lanka took his loss to the highest court with experts and the backing of two independent laboratories. He wound up not having to pay. It turned out that the “proof” provided was a composite of several different electron microscope images. The composite images involved different components of damaged cells. The composite could not be duplicated. The German Federal Supreme Court confirmed that there was not enough evidence to prove the existence of the measles virus.

So how are they making MMR vaccines with attenuated measles viruses one might ask? Lanka and several other virologists have also challenged the HIV virus as a valid viral entity and even if so, as the cause of AIDS. There is something wrong with modern medicines’ germ theory but doctors, hospitals and their parent organizations and the pharmaceutical companies would rather millions die than put in the intellectual effort to dig the truth out. They are not interested in medical truth. What they are interested in is money and power and this defrauds the entire field of medicine. Modern medicine is a disease, a plague on humanity.

Vaccine from Hell – MMR

In the United States, children typically receive their mumps vaccination as part of the Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) vaccine. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advises children to receive their first dose between 12 and 18 months, and their second between the ages of 4 and 6.

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Evidence has been published in the medical literature that vaccinated persons can get measles because either they do not respond to the vaccine or the vaccine’s efficacy wanes over time and vaccinated mothers do not transfer long lasting maternal antibodies to their infants to protect them in the first few months of life.

Dr. Brian Hooker’s published paper, is a comprehensive analysis of the CDC’s own data from 2003 revealing a 340% increased risk of autism in African-American children following the MMR vaccine. Hooker’s research in the Translational Neurodegeneration Journal provides the most recent epidemiological evidence showing that African American males receiving the MMR vaccine prior to 24 months of age or 36 months of age are more likely to receive an autism diagnosis.

Whistleblower Dr. William Thompson confirmed that, “the CDC knew about the relationship between the age of first MMR vaccine and autism incidence in African-American boys as early as 2003, but chose to cover it up.” He remarked “we’ve missed ten years of research because the CDC is so paralyzed right now by anything related to autism. They’re not doing what they should be doing because they’re afraid to look for things that might be associated.” He alleges criminal wrongdoing by his supervisors, and he expressed deep regret about his role in helping the CDC hide data.

Measles is Benign Disease

Dr. David Brownstein in his blog tells a story of Measles that should ease parents’ fears.

From 1969-1974, the Brady Bunch ran weekly as a sitcom. I watched every episode and can still recall most of them. The Brady Principle refers to the episode where all six Brady kids became ill with the measles. What happened to the Brady kids? They stayed home from school, played Monopoly, and Alice cooked for them, and they recovered from the measles infection.

During the episode, Marsha Brady stated, “If you have to get sick, sure can’t beat the measles.” The Brady Principle would indicate that measles is not a dangerous disease for most who become ill from it. When I was a child, measles was treated as an illness similar to chickenpox; most children became ill with these childhood diseases and most recovered uneventfully. Back then, measles and chickenpox were not feared illnesses in the U.S.

Back to the Brady’s. The good news for the Brady kids, and the Somali children, is that they will have life-long immunity from measles. And, the female Brady children (Marsha, Cindy, and Jan) passed their immunity on to their children so that their newborn children would not become ill if there was a measles outbreak. However, this is not the case with vaccinated children as the measles vaccine does not provide life-long immunity and it does not provide antibodies to their newborn children to protect them during a vulnerable time in their lives.

The pro-vaccine cartel is screaming that the Somali measles epidemic is an example of why we need more vaccines.

They are wrong.

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  • Jon Ranger

    All you need to do is read. The headline states that the German court ruled that Measles is “not caused by a virus”. What is then reported contradicts the headline. The court ruled that the person claiming the 100,000 prize for proof of the virus could not claim said prize. The evidence that they produced did not allow them to claim the prize under the conditions set out in that competition/offer. They made no such claim that “Measles is not caused by a virus.” Furthermore, later on, the frankly ridiculous use of The Brady Bunch as an example is surely contradictory. How come they and the author got these diseases? Are they bacterial? Genetic? You don’t just get ill out of thin air. As measles is clearly not bacterial (just do some basic epidemiology – measles spreads in the same way as other viruses such as flu and not like bacteria such as cholera) and is not genetic or a poison then it must be viral. Again the author supports this by saying that after having measles you will have lifelong immunity. If it were genetic, poison or bacterial, this would not be the case. Why would the human body create these kinds of antibodies if it was not a virus?

    And of course, the filler in the sandwich… BUY MY BOOKS!

    People don’t want to hear that their long held fears are false so Dr Sircus is just giving you what you want to make a buck. People die because of this advice. Just because you didn’t live through times when hundreds of children dies from preventable diseases does not make it false. Just do a few days of genealogy research into your family and look at the records from 1800s. Number of children born vs the number surviving into adulthood – if your own family records don’t convince you, you are lost.

  • Alex backman

    MEASLES= Merck Enabled Autism Sickness Leaving Everybody Sick

  • Gynko

    Let those who believe vaccines give immunity go ahead and get injected. But, when they start to tell me I have to get vaccinated because they believe it will protect THEM (the vaccinated), I have to wonder how much they believe in vaccines and how much they actually fear stepping out of line. If vaccines protect you, you wouldn’t need me to get vaccinated. Each person has control of their own body… and that is as it should be.

    • Brian C

      Very well said. You said the truth: “Each person has control of their own body” Thanks.

  • Brian C

    Hello Dr. Sircus, please ignore the negative messages, your knowledge, wisdom and belief continue helping more and more people that believe in helping themselves to heal. As always many thanks and blessings for the information you share with the ones that believe in natural ways of healing.

  • Daniel Arnaud

    This whole thing reminds me of the story of Keshan’s disease in China. International doctors who were asked to help blamed the coxswarie virus and suggested developing a vaccine. Other specialists on the team asked why Keshan and not surrounding provinces. What they discovered was that Keshan’s soil was woefully deficient in selenium. When people were supplemented with selenium, Keshan’s disease resolved itself. With measles, I’ve read that adequate Vitamin A eases symptoms. In any case, it does appear that the measles vaccine does provide some measure of temporary protection to some of the kids who get it (not that I’m advocating for the vaccine). There seems to be a mystery here that needs further research.

  • N John Appleton

    Personally, as a child, my parents purposely did not have me vaccinated for ANYTHING! And yes I got measles and mumps and chickenpox, and now that I am old I got shingles, BUT, guess what? I survived them all just fine!

    And, as an adult, I and my wife have chosen not to have the FLU shots and have not gotten the flu like many of our friends have and now they have all sorts of bad symptoms they can’t shake off!

    So quite contrary to “Southwester_SoCal” (another clown hiding behind a pretend name) Dr Sircus (not Circus) is spot on. I have no idea which god the clown is referring to, because any normal person who calls upon my God would not be using the same expletives used by southwestern_SC.

    We know all about SitComs, they usually are an attempt to show the real truth as best their producers understand it

    • TrueRedWhiteandBlue

      I also had German measles, chicken pox and mumps as a child and I don’t remember being really sick with any of it…………but now I realize I was b/c I had all those little red dots all over me. LOL! Anyway…………..I think Dr. Sircus is off the mark saying measles are not caused by a virus. He seems a little odd to me.

      • Mark Sircus

        I am not saying measles is not caused by a virus the supreme court in Germany is saying that and an incredibly intelligent microbiologist is saying that and he knows more than you or me that is for sure…you seem yourself to be a little odd in saying I am saying, I am reporting what other people and organisations are saying

        • TrueRedWhiteandBlue

          Sorry……I just have a hard time believing measles are not caused by a virus when viruses are mainly what vaccinations are used against. I should have said “it”seems a little odd, meaning that the whole concept of a virus NOT causing measles is alien to me. And especially odd that a court, of all things, are authorized to make that type of decision without more evidence. Not that you are a little odd. I probably am a little odd if truth be known. LOL. Have a good day.

          • Andrew Manche

            “And especially odd that a court, of all things, are authorized to make that type of decision without more evidence”

            The court got ALL available evidence & found no measles virus exists

            vaccinations are used to MAKE MONEY, not to immunise – if you do just a little research, you will find unvaccinated people do not get the illness, but vaccinated people do

            you think the Medical Industrial Complex or the government bodies it funds, give a flying * bleep* about human beings? if so, you’re deluded

          • TrueRedWhiteandBlue

            No, I’m not deluded about how big pharma works, but I also understand how vaccines work and in some cases, don’t work.

          • brothersun

            TrueRed… It’s not that “the court” is deciding on it’s own. Both sides put up their expert witnesses and the court decides which expert has made a more compelling case based on the best scientific data, research protocols, etc.

          • TrueRedWhiteandBlue

            Well, you’re probably right but I just don’t have a lot of faith in juries and judges these days.

          • Mark Sircus

            Thanks for receiving my feedback with so much grace. Yes it is an odd world and odd that a court has to come up with a conclusion based on evidence when medical organisations refuse and the media refuses to even bother to look and decide…

      • N John Appleton

        True what? Are you ashamed of your name? Dr Mark uses his name as do I, so can’t you? What do you mean by “b/c”?
        You need to carefully read the blog to understand fully what is being said!

        • TrueRedWhiteandBlue

          And YOU need to learn some manners! Why are you being an attacking nitwit? You read carefully……screen name thru Disqus is TrueRedWhiteandBlue…….that’s all it means, a screen name. No big deal bozo. The universal abbreviation for the written word “because” IS b/c. I can’t believe you don’t know that. Anything else confusing you, just let me know and I’ll try to straighten you out.

          • N John Appleton

            TRW and B in the supposed universal language that would be your nondeplum then. Sorry I never learned that particular abbreviation, maybe that is because I am not a ‘Universalist’

            The reason Dr Sircus uses his name is that he is willing to stand up and be counted! This is the universal way of saying he firmly believes what he is saying to be true.

            have a nice day

          • TrueRedWhiteandBlue

            Oh please. Can’t you think of something more important to gripe about than whether someone uses their real name or a screen name?

          • Southwestern_SoCal

            You need to get out more Mr. Appleton. If you don’t mind my saying so sir.

          • N John Appleton

            Out where? If you don’t mind me saying so too. I have been getting out to lots of interesting places all my life and am still doing so. I have been interested in many things, not the least of which is what is good for the aging population and the relationship between pharmaceuticals and ongoing disease or natural health and its cure.
            I find that so many folk are not really interested in finding out the truth as they are in casting disparaging remarks about alternate health care professionals like Dr Mark Sircus, Dr Stanislaw Burzynski, Dr malcolm Kendrick, Uffe Ravenscroft Phd and others too numerous to name who are true pioneers in changing the status quo with non-toxic remedies.

    • Southwestern_SoCal

      Just to clarify…I’m an atheist. “Thank God” is an expression. You don’t find it strange that a man of supposed wisdom calls upon “The Brady Bunch” to prove his point that measles is really just a fun and harmless disease? You turned out okay? Countless millions are not so lucky.
      Children are being denied the right to health and happiness because of crackpots like Mr. Circus. THAT is my concern. Even people who believe everything is predetermined look both ways before they cross the street. Vaccinate your children people!

  • Southwestern_SoCal

    Dr. Circus is a whack job. That’s right, a Barnum and Bailey bat-shit-crazy sideshow attraction.

    The Brady Bunch was a situational comedy in the early 1970s. It was fictional you idiot. I was vaccinated as a baby and I’ve enjoyed fantastic health my entire life. I work in the medical field and vaccinations have been REQUIRED to work in a hospital for years.

    Thank GOD for the flu shot. The flu used to put me literally on my back for at least a week. A week of complete and unadulterated suffering.

    What’s next on your hit list Circus, seat belts?

    • Mark Sircus

      Your on my hit list, glad to have you stand up and show us your ugliness, glad to see you project your idiotic nature in front of us all, glad to see you take your flu shot with mercury in it because it will catch up with you before you die, remember that, read up on mercury and what it does to the brain, it is a neurological poison so God will damn you with all the pain those vaccines are causing others. Sooner or later you will feel it and until then enjoy your fantastic health.

      I see you cannot even spell and man oh man, not since I was a kid have such names been used on me……remember what comes out of your mouth is what you are…..You are whatever disturbs you but I imagine that will go right over your head…..Count the years you have been getting a flu shot and see the research what your chances of health are after ten years…you will not be happy….mercury is an accumulative poison…..I guess you have a death wish as you thank God for the poison you are willingly injecting….

      • Jacque Williams

        In a weak moment I allowed that nurse at my grocery store here in Texas to give me a flu shot last winter!
        Never again! Thank you dr Sircus for this article. Jacqueline

      • TrueRedWhiteandBlue

        I have had a flu shot for the last two years and year before last I had the flu. Last year I got the shot and dodged the flu. 50/50 score. I don’t think I will get a flu shot this year b/c I have never felt they did a whole lot of good to start with and the accumulative poison theory makes a lot of sense. Case of flu vs poisoning my system. I’ll take my chances with the flu.

      • Southwestern_SoCal

        Speaking of poor grammar, I think it’s you’re not “your.” Sooner or later I’ll be dead. But while I’m fortunate enough to be alive, I’m going to take care of myself by listening, critically, to the voices of reason and logic.
        Extremists are a dime-a-dozen, whether on the political right or left.
        But to keep vaccinations from children is a crying sin.

        • Deni

          No wonder you are so angry, injecting those toxins on a regular basis. You just keep believing these toxic injections are doing you good, yes that is logic !!!

    • Andrew Manche

      i see we have a fully indoctrinated & rather rude sheeple – you work in the medical field? bed pan cleaning no doubt

      perhaps you didn’t read the article, it was the German Supreme Court which made the ruling that there is no measles virus after being presented with ALL available evidence

      so, feel free to call the German Supreme Court batshit crazy all you like, infant

      • Southwestern_SoCal

        The German Supreme Court is much like the United States Supreme Court. It’s subject to the whims of politics. Germany is on the verge of civil war and about to fall to Islam. It is now a crime, punishable by imprisonment, to even criticize Islam. I’m not going to take anything they say at face value. That would make me a 🤡 clown…and a True Believer.

        • SirGalahadT

          All that is true. But if the court is going against orthodoxy, it makes the decision more credible.

          Having said that, as I understand it, the court ruled the this particular attempt to prove measles is caused by a virus failed. It did not make an absolute judgement that *measles is not caused by a virus*

          The fact that Dr Lanka is prepared to put money up, and then win in the Supreme Court gives him credence. I’d like to see some discussion on how measles appears to give immunity from future infections, and how the immunity is passed on by mothers to their babies.

  • eileen

    Polarization fuels debate. Thank goodness for Dr. Sircus.