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Dissolving Illusions

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This book slowly, thoroughly and plainly revealed the true history of disease and vaccinations (and almost entirely avoided the autism question).

The trolls themselves are incapable of intelligent thought, lack morality of any kind, and more than likely haven’t even touched the book let alone read it.The salient points of this book are: 1/Vaccines were put into use when the deadly viruses and bacteria had almost faded away. Look I wear a mask and I've had my three shots, but this does not mean we should overlook the greed factor on the part of Big Pharma and the Gates Foundation. This book is filled with statistical analysis, primary source quotes, and photographs- but is still an interesting read! To round out the response to this objection, it's absurd to complain that the citation list is too extensive and full of irrelevant information, and that "the authors might have produced a book less than 10% the length", as if the authors had done so, the objection of course would have been rather that the narrative was not sufficiently documented or based in the scientific literature. The quote in the second claim is not found on the page given in the citation, nor anywhere else in the chapter (although I'll admit I didn't re-read the entire chapter to hunt down this quotation -- the point is, it isn't where she said it is).

To Suzanne Humphries and Roman Bystrianik, thank you so much for this wonderful book, I will keep it forever. Anyone who says that people who question the safety of vaccines are conspiracy-theorizing science-deniers need to read this book. much of the rhetoric used to push compulsory vaccines now could have been ripped from the headlines on the late 1800's and up through various pandemics in the 1900's and on into the early 2000's. Contrary to the Isabella consulting the actual study and finding that "it did not claim that breastfeeding protection lasted up to 10 years", the very first sentence of the conclusion states "Breast-feeding may be associated with a modest reduced risk for clinical measles infection up to the age of ten years". In each episode you'll follow one person's journey, getting to listen in on their coaching sessions with Selina and following them as she sends them off on a task to try out a new career idea.Once you realize this is all bogus, partially revealed “information” and that the people writing have absolutely zero credentials for doing so, you realize you’re being scammed. Given the thoroughly well-established adverse effects of the smallpox vaccine, the Leicester example would still demonstrate that the concept of herd immunity through vaccination only is not based in reality, and that it would be in the interest of both health and freedom to not compel vaccination.

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