Medical MYTHS: You’ve been lied to about the history of vaccines vs. mortality … Now learn what the dishonest vaccine establishment doesn’t want you to know

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Tracey Watson
Tuesday, March 19, 2019

The vaccine debate has been simmering for years, but two recent developments have turned the heat up around this issue dramatically in the past few months.

First, the World Health Organization has declared “vaccine skeptics” – people who are cautious about receiving vaccines for ethical, health or other reasons – as a “global health threat” on the same level as Ebola, superbugs, HIV, air pollution and global warming. Then, a national measles “outbreak” was declared in the United States after 228 people contracted the disease, creating widespread hysteria in North America.

The media and regulatory authorities use this type of hysteria to push the narrative that vaccines save lives and have reduced mortality rates dramatically over the past 100 years. People who do not vaccinate, they therefore insist, are selfish and ignorant. But are they telling the whole, unvarnished truth? While it is an undisputed fact that health outcomes for the majority of Americans have improved dramatically over the past century, scientific data do not confirm that vaccines are responsible for this dramatic reduction in mortality rates.

What a difference a hundred years can make

As reported by the organization, Children’s Health Defense, mortality rates have dropped a staggering 74 percent since 1900. Experts agree that the greatest reason for this drop is a significant reduction in the number of deaths from infectious diseases.

What many health practitioners and regulatory agencies do not acknowledge to the public, however, is that this reduction in infectious disease is not the result of vaccinations.

To understand the real cause of this massive improvement in general health it is necessary to look back at what living conditions were like around the turn of the 20th century.

At that time, hundreds of thousands of poor immigrants had arrived in the U.S.A. desperate to escape grinding poverty in their home countries. The majority of immigrants were herded into apartment-like living areas known as tenements, which generally consisted of a kitchen and one bathroom. Rooms often had no windows, and multiple people lived together in stifling, unhygienic conditions. There was no running water, sewage management or garbage removal. Rubbish was piled up everywhere and it was very difficult for people to bathe or properly wash their clothing. The result? Disease – and lots of it.

As socio-economic conditions improved dramatically and quickly in the first few decades of the 1900s, however, with sewerage and garbage management systems established, running water becoming increasingly accessible, and laws that improved living conditions in general, the health of people quickly improved. Long before the majority of vaccines became available, therefore, morbidity rates had already decreased dramatically.

What they aren’t telling you

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