A real case of smallpox on the left. A real picture of a vaccination on the right.
Do you really think they are one and the same.
The case of smallpox had to have been some type of poisoning or vitamin and mineral deficiency. The sores on the arm are just the poisoning of that area of the body by the injection of cow pus.
The whole thing was a con-game by Jenner and those who saw the opportunity to make money from the trusting but ignorant population, just like that sickopath Paul Offit.
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VACCINATION TRACTS 1877
Track 4. Page 3. At the present time (April 1877) small-pox is raging unchecked among the well-vaccinated populations of London, Liverpool, and Manchester. Prior to the passing of the Compulsory Law, one small-pox hospital sufficed for the whole of London; now four are not sufficient to contain the victims. Vaccination does not prevent small-pox. The most recent returns of the London Small-Pox Hospital showing that over 90 per-cent of the patients there have been vaccinated.
Page 11. from Sweden, the best vaccinated country in the world, where vaccinations is rigidly enforced, comes the same tale of utter failure, the deaths from small-pox in this country in 1873 amounting to 1122, and in 1874 to 4063.
Track 8. Page 11. After the terrible results I have seen from vaccination, I should as soon think of bringing my child to the fangs of a cobra, as risking the poison of vaccination.
Track 11. Page 9. Title reads: SYPHILIS CONVEYED BY THE VACCINE LYMPH TO FORTY-SIX CHILDREN.
When children die of erysipelas following vaccination, the deaths are certified "erysipelas" while the truth is concealed. The deaths should be certified properly death from vaccination.
THE REAL CAUSE OF SMALL-POX
Domestic Medicine 1793
William Buchan, M.D.
WHY 50% OF THE CHILDREN DIED BEFORE THEIR FIRST YEAR, AND IT WASN'T FROM GERMS.
DISPELLING THE MEDICAL MYTHS ONE AT A TIME.
(Preface) The observations relative to nursing and the management of Children, were chiefly suggested by an extensive practice among infants, in a large branch of the hospital, where I had an opportunity not only of treating the diseases incident to childhood, but likewise of trying different plans of nursing, and observing their effects. Whenever I had it in my power to place the children under the care of proper nurses, and to be satisfied that they performed it, very few of them died but when, distance of place, the children were left to the sole care of mercenary nurses, without any person to instruct them, scarce any of them lived. This was so apparent, as with me to amount to a proof of the following melancholy fact: that almost one half of the human species perish in infancy, by improper management or neglect.
(Preface xi) The observations concerning diet, air, exercise, etc. are more of a general nature, and have not escaped the attention of physicians in any age. The man who pays a proper attention to these, will seldom need the physician; and he who does not, will seldom enjoy health, let him employ as many physician's as he pleases.
Page 2. If you are above taking care of their children, others must be employed for that purpose: They will always endeavor to recommend themselves by the appearance of extraordinary skill and address. By this means such a number of unnecessary and destructive artructive articles have been introduced into the diet, clothing,&c. of infants, that it is no wonder so many of them die.
Page 7. One great source of the diseases of children is the unhealthiness of parents.
Page 16. It is strange how people came to think that the first thing given to a child be drugs. Also wines are universally mixed with the first food of children.
Page 19. Some parents teach their children to guzzle ale, and other fermented liquors, at every meal. These children seldom escape the violence of the small-pox, measles, hooping cough, or some inflammatory disorder.
Page 214. Children are the most liable to this disease; and those whose food is unwholesome, who want proper exercise, and abound with gross humours run the greatest hazard from it.
Page 76. In great cities so many things tend to contaminate the air, that it is no wonder it proves so fatal to the people. The air in cities is loaded with Sulphur, putrid substances, as dunghills, slaughterhouses etc.
Page 101. In many great towns the streets are little better than dunghills, being frequently covered with ashes, dung, and nastiness of every kind. Even slaughterhouses are often to be seen in the very center of great towns. The putrid blood, excrement's etc. with which these places are generally covered, cannot fail to poison the air, and render it unwholesome. We are sorry to say, that the importance of cleanliness does not seem to be sufficiently understood by the magistrates of most great towns in Britain.
Page 142. It is only an effort of Nature to free herself from an offending cause. Much solid food in a fever is in every way hurtful.
Page 405. Much mischief is likewise done by the use of mercury in this disease. I have known even the mercurial girdles produce bad effects, and would advise every person, as he values his health, to beware how he uses them. Mercury ought never to be used as a medicine without the greatest care. Ignorant people look upon these girdles as a kind of charm, without considering that the mercury enters the body.
Page 497. One of the most common preparations of mercury now in use is the corrosive sublimate. I have always found it one of the most safe and efficacious medicines. Should the patient be purged or griped in the night by mercury, he must take an infusion of fenna, or some other purgative, and drink freely of water-gruel to prevent bloody stools.
Page 498. To such persons as can neither swallow a bolus nor a pill, mercury may be given in a liquid form.
Page 516. Mercury ought always to be administered to infants with the greatest caution.
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