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World’s Most Infectious Disease Does Not Exist

Published on August 7, 2023

“Vaccine science isn’t up for debate.” That’s a desperate, pathetic statement you will read in the USA today. We already read in Time Magazine, Robert F Kennedy Jr. Is Dead Wrong About Vaccines. Those who sell and promote vaccines are desperate as vaccine skepticism goes mainstream now that Kennedy is running for president. And millions see that the cat is out of the bag about Covid vaccines, which are by far the most vicious assault on humanity in history. It’s outright murder and genocide. Covid vaccines are weapons of mass murder, and the biggest idiots in the medical press can only say vaccine science isn’t up for debate.

Welcome to vaccine planet. Vaccines are safe and effective, virologists are intelligent, honest scientists, health officials are reasonable guys, and we can trust the FDA, the CDC, and the World Health Organization with our lives. Vaccines are the religion of the modern age, more widespread than any other religion.

However, over fifty percent of Americans do not trust anything said in the media. Seventy-four percent think America is going in the wrong direction. I wonder if anyone would ever do a poll asking do you think vaccines are safe and effective. It would not matter if 90% of people were against vaccines. The mainstream paradigm would continue to insist on them.

The vaccine story is long and tedious, and I wrote a book about it 20 years ago entitled The Terror of Pediatric Medicine. But today, we will unpack just one part of the sordid story. A vaccine story and debate in front of the German Supreme Court where the virologists lost. The best the mainstream can do to continue its terrible medical and pharmaceutical terrorism is completely ignore this and any story confronting the vaccine narrative.

Vaccinationists do not listen to anyone but themselves. The most graphic scene of non-listening I have ever heard is seen in this video of Senator Mitch McConnell being shouted down by a Kentucky crowd as they yelled at him to “retire.” We live in a world that champions non-listening, and of course, not one vaccinationist listened to the German Supreme Court. We will talk about that below. Before focusing on the non-existent measles, I have important vaccine news to report.

Murdering Babys and Causing Autism is Easy for Pediatricians

I did not write, 20 years ago, my book The Terror of Pediatric Medicine for nothing, yet nothing has stopped the vaccinationists! This subject is enormous in its implications, and today Steve Kirsh’s post indicates two verifiable anecdotes that yield mathematical proof that vaccines cause SIDS and autism. Pediatricians make money killing babies and causing autism with their vaccines, but of course, they will insist vaccines are safe even though they know they are not. What does that say about our civilization when those who are supposed to be the best among us are murderers and cause the excruciating agony of autism? At this point, only the aliens in the UFOs they are talking so much about in Washington can save us from ourselves.

Robert Kennedy Jr.’s group reported about a new study that finds developed countries requiring the most vaccine doses for infants have higher childhood mortality rates, contradicting assumptions that more vaccines equate to lower deaths. The data suggest that the unintended consequences of the intense childhood vaccine program may increase all-cause mortality in children. Meaning the more you vaccinate children, the more they die. Aren’t vaccines the most wonderful thing in the world?

And getting back to Steve Kirsh, he also reports that the VAERS (the governments own official vaccine damage reporting system) data is crystal clear: The COVID vaccines are killing an estimated one person per 1,000 doses (676,000 dead Americans). He says it takes about 30 seconds to do a VAERS query that shows the COVID vaccines are deadly. The shape of the “onset curve” makes this apparent. An estimated 676,000 Americans have been killed. Don’t you think Time Magazine should vote the CEOs of Pfizer and Moderna as Men of the Year? Or should they be put on the top of the FBI’s most wanted list? Of course, this means that the government does not even listen to itself!

The Measles Scam – Why Would We Trust Virologists for Anything?

Long considered the world’s most contagious disease, measles is making an unwanted comeback. But how is that possible if a fair and honest appraisal by a high court could find no good evidence that the measles virus exists? Of course, we assume it exists, but does it exist? Something is happening, but should we trust our friendly virologists’ explanations? Can virologists prove the existence of a measles virus? Can your doctor, or is it just a convenient paradigm to sell vaccines?

“Before introducing a measles jab in 1963, the disease infected millions worldwide and killed an estimated 2.6 million people yearly, primarily children under five. Vaccination proved to be a game-changer; as access to doses rose, the prevalence of the infection dropped, and some countries, including the U.K., even succeeded in eliminating measles.” That is the definitive belief, but I don’t believe a word of it, for health officials have proven through these three Covid years to be a bunch of lying, deceiving low lifers.

Significantly few children have died over the last 60 years, yet unvaccinated people under age 18 were banned from public places in Rockland County, New York. Measles had ceased to be a deadly disease before the vaccine was introduced. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) creates the conditions for hysteria regarding viruses and the vaccines used to prevent them. “The headlines today might make you think that measles is as deadly as Ebola. That is absurd,” writes Brownstein.

Deaths from Measles were already flat-lining during the 15 years preceding the vaccine’s introduction. An outbreak of measles occurred in a high school with a documented vaccination level of 98 percent. Nineteen (70 percent) of the cases were students who had histories of measles vaccination at 12 months of age or older and are therefore considered vaccine failures.

Indeed, in 2019, before Covid hit, 86 percent of all children under one had received a first dose of measles vaccine by their first birthday, according to the WHO. But by 2021, this had fallen to 81 percent – the lowest number since 2008. However, as we can see, vaccine programs successfully target the young and their mothers.

Does a Virus Cause Measles?

In November 2011, biologist Stefan Lanka bravely challenged the scientific community to offer real empirical and definitive proof that the measles virus actually exists. He was so confident that belief in the existence of this virus – a widespread and entrenched belief taken for granted – was without foundation that he offered a prize of 100,000 euros to anyone who could provide laboratory proof of identification and a measurement of the diameter of the virus.

Someone took him up on the challenge and eventually lost the case. It was the only time in modern history that Measles has been put to anything close to objective scrutiny. The final decision was in 2016. Judges at the German Federal Supreme Court confirmed, through careful examination of all the evidence available, that the measles virus does not exist, vindicating those who have said that no study has ever proven the existence of the virus. The CDC will not comment on the German Supreme Court’s findings. The entire medical establishment has ignored the ruling as if it never happened.

Most people and doctors believe it to be a virus, and they have been doing that for as long as we have been alive, but just believing and saying it is a virus does not make it one. And just because they have a vaccine (MMR) for Measles does not make it a virus either. People who get the vaccine can still come down with the disease. So what is it?

There is more chance of dying from the MMR vaccine than from Measles. You would think that tens of thousands must be infected and dying from measles with all the hysteria in the news. No one has died from Measles so far, and no one needs to if proper care is given. The last person that died from Measles in the United States died in 2015, and yet New Yorkers were faced with jail time for skipping the Measles vaccine.

New York City declared a public health emergency a few years ago in response to the measles outbreak in ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods in Brooklyn and ordered mandatory vaccinations for residents in four zip codes. Those who refused were threatened with having to pay a thousand-dollar fine. It is better to pay than get the vaccine because the chance of your child dying is more significant than the disease itself. However, up to 10 percent of the 695 confirmed measles cases in the current outbreak occurred in people who received one or two doses of the vaccine, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. MMR is a dangerous vaccine that does not work too well.

A search of the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) found 415 deaths from the MMR (or MMRV) vaccine since 1989. In other words, approximately 13 U.S. children die per year from the measles vaccine. And keep in mind that experts think only 1% of adverse vaccine reactions are reported. And there are other harmful effects of the measles vaccine. A seizure occurs five times more often in vaccination from measles than from measles infection. Febrile seizures can increase the risk of epilepsy. Other dangers of the MMR vaccine include coma, lowered consciousness, permanent brain damage, and autism.

More than 1,000 students and staff members at two Los Angeles universities were quarantined on campus or sent home in one of the most sweeping efforts yet by public health authorities to contain the spread of measles in the U.S., where cases have reached a 25-year high but still no deaths reported making us wonder what all the fuss is about. The flu is supposed to kill many people, but we do not see mandatory vaccine programs and quarantines for influenza outbreaks.

An excellent reference to help us put Measles into context comes from Dr. David Brownstein, who tells us to recall the Brady Bunch from T.V., who all became infected. Marcia Brady stated, “If you have to get sick, sure can’t beat the measles.”

Brownstein wrote, “I do not recall newspaper headlines blaring about the Bradys serious illness. I don’t think the health department was on the episode investigating how the Brady’s became ill. Furthermore, I don’t remember Congress investigating why all the Bradys became ill. Nor do I have any memory of state legislatures trying to take parental rights away because the Bradys developed measles. Here’s what I remember about the Brady’s measles show: That was in a different era when measles was considered a rite of passage for nearly all children. In fact, children who naturally developed measles and recovered had lifetime immunity from future measles infections. Additionally, girls who recovered from measles would pass on immunity to their babies which would protect their children at the most vulnerable time in their lives.”

Conclusion

Measles had ceased to be a deadly disease before the vaccine was introduced. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) creates the conditions for hysteria when it comes to viruses and the vaccines used to prevent them. “The headlines today might make you think that measles is as deadly as Ebola. That is absurd,” writes Brownstein.

As the measles outbreak that started at Disneyland in 2015 grew to at least 70 cases, medical experts expressed concern about the five patients who contracted measles despite being fully vaccinated. So if a virus does not cause Measles, what is it?

Dr. Mark Sircus AC., OMD, DM (P)

Professor of Natural Oncology, Da Vinci Institute of Holistic Medicine
Doctor of Oriental and Pastoral Medicine
Founder of Natural Allopathic Medicine

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