When you stimulate the immune system through vaccination, it doesn’t turn off easily

“When you stimulate the body’s immune system, it automatically activates the brain’s immune system, which is a separate immune system. It’s operated by the microglias type brain cells. When that brain cell is activated during a natural infection, it’s activated, kills the virus or bacteria, and then it shuts down. If you immunologically activate it by giving injections, like you do with a vaccine, it turns it on and it doesn’t turn off very well.

You give another vaccine a month later, two months later, that cell becomes hyper-reactive. So the next reaction is infinitely more intense than the first one. So the brain stays in this state of chronic inflammation. Chronic inflammation of the brain is what’s thought to lead to such diseases in adults like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Lou Gehrig’s disease, Huntington’s disease… and in infants and small children it leads to neuro-developmental problems, difficulty learning… ADD, ADHD.

I think recently in the news they talked about the link between pesticides and ADHD. Well, the interesting thing, pesticides do the same thing as vaccines do, they activate these microglia immune cells in the brain. So what the pesticide is doing chemically is the same thing the vaccine does during the injection—that is it produces chronic brain inflammation, leading to ADHD, autism, schizophrenia, and sets you up later in life for chronic brain degeneration.

This is the thing that’s well demonstrated in the scientific literature, particularly neuroscience literature, but being totally ignored by the media, by health authorities, by regulatory agencies, by the people promoting vaccines. They’re completely keeping this silent and away from the general public, so that mothers and people getting these multiple vaccinations do not know the danger that’s inherent in this practice.”

— Russell Blaylock, MD, retired neurosurgeon

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