How did diseases get into humans?
IN THEIR response to my December 7 letter “Toxic Aids trials highly unethical”, professors Glenda Gray and Linda Gail Bekker and doctors Fatima Laher and Mookho Malahleha say the letter “deserves a response because of its highly inaccurate allegations” (The Star, 13 December).
They say not to invest in biomedical interventions that have the potential to dent the epidemic would be unethical. What about those scientists who contend that injecting these toxic substances into infants is a crime against humanity? Vaccines are like a witch’s brew.
Have they paused to think how diseases such as TB, smallpox, polio, leukemia, and a host of other diseases got into humans? Smallpox vaccines were made from cattle cells and cows have bovine visna virus and tuberculosis. They can’t suggest they have not studied the history of vaccination campaigns that began 200 years ago with smallpox vaccinations. They can’t suggest they are not aware of the association between vaccination campaigns and the outbreak of diseases. There is vast medical literature on this.
In 1916 and 1918, there were outbreaks of diseases triggered by vaccinations. Between 1950 and 1953, an SV40 vaccine was tested in Uganda and Congo and was followed by what is called slim disease a few years later.
The London Times of May 11 1987 carried a frontpage story about vaccination campaigns conducted between 1967 and 1970 in Africa which were followed by an Aids-like epidemic. In 1978 in the US, gay people were vaccinated with Hepatitis B vaccine and developed an AIDS-like disease. That’s probably why Dr James A Shannon of the National Institute of Health said: “The only safe vaccine is a vaccine that is never used.”
Are they not aware of the Polish study published on August 2 2013 that confirmed that vaccines can cause a large number of adverse effects? It pointed to the worsening state of health of the child population since the 1960s which coincided with increasingly introduced vaccinations.
Allergic diseases, including asthma, autoimmune diseases, diabetes and many neurological dysfunctions – difficulty in learning, ADD, ADHD, seizures and autism – are chronic conditions to which attention has been brought. Kagiso
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