Coronagate

I feel a need to compile some evidence; put together the data I have accumulated into one place; to speak what I see and then forever hold my peace. This is going to be my last word on this subject, unless I am proven completely wrong and in that case, I promise to issue a…

Commonly Asked Questions

Someone I deeply respect has been talking to a family member who is asking very intelligent questions and she passed these questions on to me, and I've decided to make it a blog post and answer them here instead of keeping it private. Good questions should not go unanswered, and it's likely more than one…

Leicester

The Great Demonstration If you haven't read my first post on the subject of smallpox, please do so, as this builds on that post. Find it here. "A man named Arthur Ward had two children injured through vaccination and refused to submit another one to the operation. A fine was imposed and on 24th November…

Smallpox

The history of smallpox is very important because it is used kind of like a one-word refutation by those who push vaccines, and we've been told how horrible it was without that many details and the narrative of the vaccine wiping it out is accepted without question. But is that the whole story? What do…

Aluminum

If you go to the CDC website [1] and the section on adjuvants in vaccines, the one study they cite on "the research on aluminum exposure and vaccines" is this one: The rest of their proof is summed up by the statement that aluminum has been used safely in vaccines for decades, starting in the…

Zika

"...and hold on to one thought. You're not important. You're not anything. Someday, the load we're carrying with us may help someone. But even when we had the books on hand, a long time ago, we didn't use what we got out of them. We went right on insulting the dead. We went right on…

Polio and Polio Vaccines

I did a timeline of polio in my last post. Find that here. Please read it first as this post builds on that one. I want to start with a disclaimer. I do believe that there is an enterovirus called polio that can cause paralysis. I do believe there is a vaccine that creates antibodies…

Timeline of Polio

Let us first define polio. The CDC states that 95% of poliomyelitis cases are asymptomatic. 4% of cases may experience gastrointestinal symptoms. Only 0.5% of cases experience any form of paralysis. [1] here is graph to help break things down Polio is an enterovirus, which means it is swallowed, can cause symptoms in the gut,…

Abortion and Vaccines

I don't often talk about this subject because there is almost no way of doing so without coming across judgmental and harsh. I don't want to alienate anyone and it's a super tough subject, but in the interest of truth and facing the ugly facts head on, I must address this at least one time…