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Vaccination Efficacy: Is the Louis Pasteur Germ Theory Wrong?

Purpose of the Web Page About Vaccine Germ Theory: To help you understand how vaccines can cause harm, so that you will not allow your children to be injected or administered vaccines in any form.

Ost people are shocked when they hear that it’s a complete fallacy to administer vaccinations for health. The truth is, the vaccine industry is a hoax! In fact, stated bluntly, it is a crime disguised as a public welfare policy.

The germ theory of Louis Pasteur is the basis of vaccination, and he actually retracted his theory on his deathbed. It is postulated that diseases that go into our bodies from outside sources, making us a victim to the results. Here is the theory of why vaccines work:

Your body makes antibodies for the disabled virus it is exposed to via the vaccine. These antibodies help protect you against similar live viruses you contact later. The antibodies destroy the vaccine virus, and thus the child suffers a mild form of the disease, and his “immune system” is built up against the disease. The similarity between the injected virus in the vaccine and the virus said to be responsible for causing the particular disease is the key to the efficacy of vaccination

Reading the above passage makes sense for most people, because that is what we have been taught to believe. Giving children a tiny amount of a  non-harmful disease in order prevent potentially devastating effects that result from the occurrence of the real disease.

There are many diseases said to be caused by viruses, including: polio, hepatitis, smallpox, measles, rubella, chicken pox, mumps, meingitis, influenza, human papillomavirus (HPV), Varicella-zoster (shingles), and rotavirus.  All of these viruses have immunizations that are either required or suggested.

In some cases, it has also been suggested that immunization should occur for some diseases caused by bacteria, such as pertussis (whopping cough), diphtheria, and tetanus. Is it possible to actually gain immunity to bacteria? The truth is that I am not aware of any research or science that backs up the premise that human bodies can be injected with foreign substances to become immune to bacteria. Because of this lack of scientific data backing the theory, it means that you can forget about being immunized for tetanus, diphtheria, or pertussis, because you will not be able to build immunity to the bacteria.

Therefore, we can see that non-virus vaccines are illogical, and they can be thrown out. Based upon the antibody / vaccine theory, these vaccines won’t work.

Koch’s Postulates on Viruses

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