History proves vaccines are quite safe—really?
by Jon Rappoport
September 29, 2014
In 1987, when I was writing my first book, AIDS INC., I decided to look into vaccines as a cause of immune-system suppression.
I had never dug below the surface of that subject before.
Of course, the authorities and experts have been forever telling people how effective and safe vaccines are. They issue their remarks with great assurance.
Here are just a few of my findings, from 1987. They paint a different historical record.
“Smallpox, like typhus, has been dying out (in England) since 1780. Vaccination in this country has largely fallen into disuse since people began to realize how its value was discredited by the great smallpox epidemic of 1871-2 (which occurred after extensive vaccination).” W. Scott Webb, A Century of Vaccination, Swan Sonnenschein, 1898.
“… Barker and Pichichero, in a prospective study of 1232 children…
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