Featured Health Articles –By Paul A Philips
How the History of Vaccines is Routed in Fraud Part-1
In Vaccines Fraud! (Part-1) You will find out
vThat orthodox medicine’s highly praised Edward Jenner the founder of vaccines was an uneducated apothecary and a fraud
vHow the whole basis for vaccination remains fundamentally flawed to this day
vAll the early evidence presented by doctors and suchlike to show that smallpox vaccinations caused more harm than good was suppressed
vThe suppression allowed the medical establishment to make huge profits from the smallpox vaccine
vAll the early evidence indicates that the drop in death rates from smallpox was due to better sanitation not vaccinations
Vaccines are said to be the harbinger of good health: They have eradicated major 'life-threatening epidemics', ever since the first so-called successful vaccination was made. History asserts how large populations have survived and will continue to, thanks to this wonderful medical intervention. The press have always given more than their fair share of support for vaccines and so have the public at large, but should we really be that accepting? Not everyone is that accepting of vaccines. There have been many critics such as those in the medical profession. Care of the internet, more and more information comes slowly trickling through, challenging our faith in the vaccines religion.
In order to show that the picture painted of vaccines is not so glossy at all, it is necessary to go right back to the beginning of its history.
Edward Jenner (1749-1823)
The official front line puts Jenner down in history as a man who gave a great gift to the world, saving the lives of countless numbers through his medical breakthrough. He was the founder of vaccinations.
It was said that he made the first successful vaccination in his hometown of Berkley, Gloucestershire. The official biography goes on to say, Jenner knew that milkmaids did not die of the deadly smallpox disease because of protection given by the non-life threatening cowpox they had contracted from handling the udders of cows. He observed how the milkmaids had developed pustules on their fingers, a manifestation of cowpox. He thought that the pus would offer protection from smallpox.
So, for his first experiment (which is famous throughout the world), Jenner took the pus from the hand of a milkmaid and introduced it via two cuts he had made into the arm of a young boy called James Phipps. He made more pus introductions over the next few days. Then, to put his theory to the test, Jenner injected the boy with smallpox. At first, the boy was unwell, but after a matter of several days, he fully recovered, with no side effects seen.
-It has been said that a great discovery was made.
-Or was it?
The Truth about Edward Jenner
On closer inspection, the official frontline story differs greatly to what really happened. To give you an idea of the background, here are some of the biographical features you will not find in an orthodox medical textbook:
1. Jenner never passed an exam in his entire life.
2. He bought his doctor of medicine (MD) for just over £15 at St Andrews University, Scotland.
3. Later, Oxford University gave him another MD. His theory on vaccination was more than an influence on getting the qualification.
4. Having pulled a few strings, he was made a fellow of the royal society (FRS) for submitting a paper entitled 'The Natural History of the Cuckoo!!'
5. Qualified or unqualified, medical treatment in this era was nothing short of barbaric. Slashing veins for bloodletting, applying leeches, amputations and removing kidney stones (without anaesthetics and gangrenous infections frequently occurring as a consequence) were all common practices of the day, in which Jenner was 'skilled' at.
6. The principle behind vaccines, isopathy; giving someone an attenuated form of the disease to make the body produce antibodies against it and thus becoming immune was not a new idea. It can traced as far back as ancient Greece. Hence the famous saying by Hippocrates: 'where there is illness there is also the cure.'
The truth behind the circumstances surrounding Jenner's famous experiment on the young boy James Phipps and his claims to being the creator of the successful smallpox vaccine in 1796:
The first thing to realise is that most of Jenner's medical contemporaries hotly disputed his claims. His was even ridiculed. A number of veterinarians would have told him that unlike the milkmaids he claimed to not contract smallpox, countless individuals did as a result of having had cowpox. Hence, Jenner or any other vaccinator never proved that cowpox gave immunity to smallpox in this era. Nor is there proof in any medical / pharmaceutical research institutions to this day. That means the whole basis for smallpox vaccination remains fundamentally flawed.
In my research, I was astounded to find that, in later years a friend and colleague called John Baron MD wrote a kindly biography on Jenner, published in 1838 and in it, Baron recalls how Jenner and other medics at the time of trying to create a vaccine did not find that cowpox was capable of preventing smallpox. The biography goes on to say that this did not dampen his hopes in trying and find a solution, even if the cowpox infected milkmaids DID eventually get smallpox!
Jenner made modifications to his cowpox matter vaccine. He added horse-grease. This was made up of seborrhoeal legions; a scaling disorder of the skin on horses' hoofs caused by poor sanitation in
Jenner hailed this new concoction of horse-grease cowpox as 'the life-preserving fluid.' He went on to make many correspondences regarding its life-saving virtue. However, one slight thing had to be done. He needed to try it out to see if it worked!
He inoculated a young boy called John Baker with horse-grease. Then, unfortunately, before Jenner could continue and inoculate Baker with smallpox, to see if it would take, the experiment came to a halt. The boy died of a fever.
Jenner tried other children, including his own son. Some were treated with variations on his vaccine formulation, such as the inclusion of swinepox, but to no avail. These children were also not infected with smallpox to see if it would take.
In spite of the experiments failing to prove the resistance to smallpox from inoculation, after four years, Jenner continued making his claim to the efficacy of the vaccine. He declared he had named it 'vaccinia vaccinae' (Latin for smallpox of the cow, which, I guess, gives some scientific overtones into something that is otherwise not!) and said it gave immunity against smallpox for life!
Animal then human torture fraud
The production of smallpox was made in a most barbaric way: Shaving the fur off the abdomens of cows, making cuts across this area, and inserting pus from human smallpox into the wounds. Then, not
allowing licking the wounds, the cows become diseased and scrapings were made from their bellies. The scrapings collected, consisted of skin, flesh, festering pus, blood and hair: -This was the
The vaccine was introduced into humans by making cuts in their arms and inserting it into the wounds. Because there was no such thing as a refrigerator in those days, vaccine supplies were limited; so one individual inoculated in this way then immediately passed on the inoculation to another by making cut arm to cut arm contact. The second inoculated individual would then pass the inoculation on to another in the same way and so on…
It doesn't take someone reading this with qualifications in microbiology to realise that the method of transfer was very risky. The technique used allowed individuals to unknowingly infect others with a whole range of different possible diseases. Many of the victims were children. This blood-bourne spreading of infections and diseases included: Tuberculosis, pneumonia, brain damage, leprosy, syphilis, ulcerative sores starting at the point of vaccination then spread throughout the body causing a rotting away... Cases of this form of spreading all these diseases are well documented. For example, it was recorded in early nineteenth century Italy that over sixty children contracted syphilis during one vaccination session.
So here you not only have a vaccine that was useless but also by the way it was introduced caused even more death and suffering though secondary infections. This arm-to-arm vaccination technique, allowing diseases to spread between animals and humans was not banned until the late nineteenth century.
Does something not add up here?
Curiously enough, media sources such as Encyclopaedia Britannica, ABC News, Nova Science and numerous other mainstream medical literature tells us that the smallpox vaccination used today is cowpox,
keeping the myth going. There are other sources like the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) that doesn't claim the vaccine is cowpox, but does not reveal the shoddy science and quackery related to
At this stage, readers may wonder how on earth Jenner's baseless theory and insane practice of vaccination ever took off. How did he manage to pull the wool over the eyes of so many doctors, surgeons and politicians of the day?
The explanation can relate to some age-old principles that can be connected to the medical / pharmaceutical establishment today. Even all these years ago, we can see corruption was going on. The first thing to realise is that contrary to what is believed, many doctors DID NOT accept Jenner's work on vaccination and they were quick to respond after its introduction: Following the go ahead with vaccinations from the medical establishment, there soon followed an anti-vaccinationist resistance movement all over the country with good science to support their views.
Another Doctor in this era, William Woodville MD, from his studies in 1799 found similar results confirming the ineffectiveness and damage caused by the vaccine. Like many medics of this day, Woodville's data was censored by the establishment. Jenner made his contribution towards the suppression of the data.
This suppression and obfuscation of the truth behind smallpox vaccination is still going on to this day.
References at end of Part-2