When I was organizing some of my older articles, I ran across this one – Holy Cow. In 2013, I was obviously picking up on what’s going on today. Actually, I knew in the early 1990s that big health problems were brewing when aspartame started making people sick and the FDA and the AMA turned a blind eye.
I started ringing the warning bell back then, but obviously, I was way ahead of the times.
My 2013 article is below, and I didn’t change anything for this repost …. this will blow your mind. It did mine.
Good scientists, researchers, and historians have seen this coming ….
Have you noticed that there’s an increase in vaccines these days?
As our modern world becomes overpopulated and more polluted, bacteria and viruses continue to mutate. The threat of bioterrorism grows everyday.
America’s biopharmaceutical research companies believe that the solution to these growing concerns is to create more chemical vaccines.
And, their main targets are our children.
400 New Drugs
Instead of addressing the causes of our social chaos, we are creating more. By 2010, over 400 new medicines and vaccines were in the works to fight the infectious diseases we are bringing on ourselves.
By 2010, eighteen new medicines and vaccines were in development to treat or prevent staph infections and sepsis. Scientists were developing treatments for infectious diseases from herpes to rabies to meningitis and SARS.
A total of 145 vaccines were in development to prevent a variety of infections, including a number of “forms” of influenza.
Additionally, 88 antibiotics and 96 antivirals were in development. Treatments for HIV infection were not included in the CDC reports, but as of 2009, 97 medicines and vaccines were being tested for HIV/AIDS.
If any of these drugs worked, then the demand for so many more drugs wouldn’t be needed, you think?
Fast Track Meds
Of the 395 medicines and vaccines in development in 2010, 24 were on a “fast track”– a process designed to facilitate the development of new vaccines and ways to expedite the review of drugs. “Fast track” medicines in development include those for hepatitis C, severe sepsis, and pneumonia.
Super Bugs – A Man-Made Creation
More and more attention is turning to “super bugs”, such as Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). In the U.S., two million drug-resistant infections are reported each year. Yet, we keep creating more drugs that make drug-resistance more prolific.
Scientists are working to thwart the potential devastation of biological warfare agents. Ten separate treatments for anthrax and three for smallpox are in development.
By 1980, “modern medicine” had eradicated naturally occurring smallpox in humans worldwide, but today, we have concerns that the virus could be used as a bioterrorism weapon. Does this make sense?
Will we ever admit that the solutions to the spread of human disease are not within the plethora of medications, but in eradicating the source(s)?
- Cleaning up our environment and returning to a more natural lifestyle can help stop drug-resistant infections.
- Taking LESS meds can help stop drug-resistant infections.
- Children should not start vaccinations until they are much older. Scrolling down the list of vaccines from the 1940s as compared to what we inject infants and babies with today is the tell-tale.
And biological warfare? Well, there’s no questions that this is ALL our own doing … and undoing.
Note in 2021: The future proves the past!
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