Get your facts straight: Why vaccination does NOT mean immunization

One of the long-standing myths perpetuated by the media and modern medicine is that vaccination automatically equals immunization. That is simply false. Immunity can only be obtained through our natural immune system. Vaccination is a process which preys upon our natural immune systems, and provokes an unnatural response to a man-made substance. Because of this, vaccines do not truly produce long-term immunity, and that is why people so often suffer with diseases they have indeed been vaccinated against.

Modern medicine does not like to disclose how vaccines really work. You see, current vaccines are often no longer made from the whole virus or bacteria. Instead, they contain just a small component of the organism, such as a protein. Because of this, the vaccines are “weaker” and do not produce a “sufficient” immune response. In order to remedy this and ensure your body’s immune system will respond at full capacity, adjuvants are thrown into the mix. Adjuvants are substances that are added to vaccines specifically to enhance, or provoke — whichever you prefer — your immune system’s response. The CDC states that adjuvants help vaccines “work better” but that may not necessarily be the case.

When your body is naturally invaded by bacteria, do you think those bacteria are conspiring with aluminum hydroxide or any of the other ingredients found in vaccines? No, of course not. So why are so many ingredients necessary to make a vaccine? To evoke an immune system response and produce antibodies. But the presence of antibodies does not inherently ensure immunity. Vaccines actually skip over normal parts of the immune system response — such as the innate immune system — and go straight for the adaptive immune system to activate killer cells. The extreme response initiated by toxic vaccine adjuvants can be so strong that it results in the overproduction of cytokines and lead to tissue damage.

The after-effects of vaccination are only followed for a very short time. Effects that show themselves months or years later are almost never attributed to the vaccines themselves. However, data does indicate that as the prevalence of diseases people are vaccinated against declines, the frequency of autoimmune disease increases. Research has clearly shown that aluminum — a popular vaccine additive — carries many health risks. For example, aluminum exposure is a risk factor for autoimmune diseases, brain inflammation and neurological disease. Vaccines are not meant to prevent disease forever, and they actually make things worse.



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