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Monday, February 26, 2018
Vaccines are a paradox
The paradox of vaccines is that though they allow more people to be alive than before, they also suppress general immune systems by I would say at least 50% per person. So, in order to have more people live they live with a much less healthy immune system than those who did survive up until vaccinations were invented.
Example, My burst appendix absolutely could NOT be diagnosed in a good emergency room because I had NONE of the symptoms of people who have been vaccinated.
I had NO fever. I had no elevated white cell count. And I also found out that in the old days before appendixes were taken out people either survived burst appendixes or appendicitis's without an operation. And my best friends father was one of these who survived without an operation. So, it appears at least 50% of those people not vaccinated lived through burst appendixes or appendicitises without ANY operation.
So, it is possible I could have lived without an operation too. But, no one told me this because they didn't know this either. So, now I have a hernia caused by my burst appendix operation that I have to live with for the rest of my life.
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