Vaccination inhibits immunity

“If we look at the science of the vaccination process itself, it’s becoming evident that the way they do the immunization, sticking [the vaccine] into your muscle, or your arm, or your leg… actually suppresses a lot of the immune system, particularly in young children. We found out that, in fact, it causes the immune system to switch to what we call Th2 type cytokine production, which inhibits immunity.

Your major protection against viruses, particularly the really virulent, deadly viruses and bacteria is your cellular immunity. Well, vaccines don’t stimulate cellular immunity at all, in fact they suppress it. And it’s known, if you look on the CDC site, they’ll tell you, for instance, if the child gets a Hib vaccine, for two weeks they’re much more likely to get Hib and to die from it than they would if you didn’t give them the vaccine.

We see the same thing with the MMR vaccine, the measles virus, rubella virus are immunosuppressant, just like the HIV virus.”

— Dr. Russell Blaylock, neurosurgeon


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