Vaccines over-stimulate our immune system

Increasingly, “inflammation” is believed to be at the core of many, if not most, of the chronic illnesses and autoimmune diseases that plague a huge portion of the American people. Inflammation is what occurs when the body’s immune system becomes stimulated. It is a normal process designed to fight infections and other external threats. When the body is under attack, its immune system is activated and releases toxic chemicals to fight off the attack. When the attack is over, the immune system switches off and no more toxins are produced.
 
The problem comes when the immune system is constantly stimulated and is never allowed to switch off. This over-stimulation causes prolonged inflammation caused by the prolonged release of toxic chemicals, which ends up causing untold damage to the body’s cell structure. It is this damage that results in the countless chronic illnesses and diseases that have become epidemic in the United States.
 
Now here’s an interesting nugget. Vaccines over-stimulate our immune system on purpose.
 
Vaccines are inflammatory by design. Each time we inject a vaccine into ourselves and our children, we over-stimulate our immune systems, thus stimulating the production of toxic chemicals, such as cytokines, that can can harm, disable, or kill us. And not only do vaccines lead to the production of dangerous chemicals by our immune systems, they destroy our key antioxidants like glutathione that help us excrete some of the harmful substances in vaccines like aluminum and mercury that cause the over-stimulation in the first place.
 
— Marco Cáceres
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