Vaccine Agitators, Part 4: Rewriting History - The Conservative Woman

Vaccine Agitators, Part 4: Rewriting History – The Conservative Woman

This is the fourth installment of Paula Jardine’s six-part investigation into the planning behind ensuring vaccine acceptance and countering vaccine “hesitation.” You can read the first part published on Wednesday, here, Part Two was published Thursday here and Part Three was published yesterday here.

When UNICEF launched the Child Survival Revolution in 1983, it openly recognized that childhood infectious diseases in industrialized countries were no longer a serious threat. before Vaccines were introduced, thanks primarily to improvements in sanitation and nutrition.

Subsequently, something like a bait and switch occurred in traditionally accepted scientific thinking about this empirical observation. The US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) now classifies the central role that improved sanitation and nutrition plays as an anti-vaccination myth, largely attributing vaccines to lowering the disease burden instead. This amounts to a misrepresentation, an incorrect statement of material fact that is used to inflate the past performance of vaccines. Misselling would be considered illegal in other business contexts.

“Immunization is a global health and development success story, saving millions of lives every year,” says the World Health Organization. An estimated 3.5 million to 5 million lives are saved annually.

However, universal vaccination may mask the health and mortality issues that arise from vaccines, inversely, as there is no control group to compare, by definition. Igor Chudov analyzed the 2021 statistics from Florida: “What I found is that in 2021, parents of Florida newborns were more ‘reluctant to get vaccinated,’ for reasons that are obvious to my readers, and thus childhood vaccinations fell from 93.4 percent previously to only 79.3 percent in cent in 2021. During the same time, “all-cause” infant deaths under the age of one in Florida fell by 8.93 percent.(note – his assertions)

Chudoff’s findings are consistent with those of Australian physician Dr. Archie Kalukrinos who investigated the doubling of infant mortality in Aboriginal communities in the 1970s on behalf of the Northern Territories Government. He discovered that the death rate rose after they began vaccinating malnourished Aboriginal children. In some societies, every second child has been infected or died.

A 2016 meta-analysis of studies into the DTP vaccine, against diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (whooping cough) found that it increases female mortality rates. Court cases in the United States in the 1970s linked the disease to sudden infant death syndrome. The CDC calls this link a “myth that never seems to go away.” Of concern in this context, DTP vaccination coverage is a measure used to monitor access to primary health care and used by the GAVI Vaccine Alliance as a measure of justice.

A study on the impact of vaccination in 2021 led by Professor Neil Ferguson of Imperial College London made the grandiose claim that vaccine campaigns in low- and middle-income countries have saved a total of 23 million children over the past two decades, and predicted that this number would rise to 37 million by 2030. But As with any honest cost-benefit analysis, Ferguson’s estimate must be weighed against another statistic. GAVI itself acknowledges that, until a decade ago, vaccination campaigns negligently added to the burden of chronic infectious diseases in the developing world: injections, resulting in an estimated 23 million people annually infected with hepatitis B, hepatitis C and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). ).

It took a decade to reduce this cross infection to nearly zero with disposable syringes.

The official line from the World Health Organization is that people are satisfied: vaccines are such a successful intervention that the public has forgotten how dangerous and deadly diseases are. To keep people complying with national immunization schedules and achieving WHO immunization goals, practitioners are required to tell parents “better safe than sorry.”

An example being used to generate sufficient anxiety or fear is measles, a virus that is highly transmissible and still a major cause of death in parts of Africa and Asia. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) insists it is safer to get vaccinated than contract the disease, but does not provide statistics that show the relative risk.

According to the UK Vaccine Knowledge Project, “In high-income regions of the world such as Western Europe, measles causes death in about 1 in 5,000 cases, but up to 1 in 100 will die in the world’s poorest regions. Worldwide, Measles remains a leading cause of death, especially among children in resource-poor countries.A US-based website aimed at public health students and practitioners ignores the nuance, putting the risk of death from measles at 1 in 500 while selectively placing it Against a 1 in 1 million chance of an allergic reaction to MMR and ignoring the risk of developing measles.All other potential adverse reactions are on the official US government schedule of measles vaccine infections.

The map of measles deaths released by the US government in 1890, seventy years before the introduction of the vaccine and before improvements in sanitation, water quality, and nutrition occurred, shows geographical differences in death rates that indicate other underlying factors that contribute to measles deaths. The biggest of these risk factors has been shown to be poor diet, in which the body’s demand for vitamin A increases in response to a measles infection. Similarly, people whose diets lack animal protein, the primary dietary source of vitamin A, are at increased risk of death or serious complications.

In countries where malnutrition is a problem, the antibody response to measles vaccines can be enhanced by giving vitamin A supplements. Protein malnutrition is among the leading causes of death in many places where measles mortality rates remain high.

2022-05-14 00:16:00

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