The conundrum of the vanishing vaccine immunity

With the vaccine community promoting the idea that vaccines create immunity, they have to reconcile the fact that this so-called immunity is not life long as is natural immunity. We are therefore told that vaccine immunity wears off, which of course requires that we are given repeat doses of the vaccine. If we understand the nature of immune development and acknowledge the integration of our physiological systems together with mind and body we realise that immune development and consequently immunity, like learning to do anything, walking talking, eating etc, cannot wear off.

The only possibility of un-learning something is if we deteriorate so markedly in health that we become susceptible to ill-health generally, as is often the case in elderly, mal-nourished, severely traumatised etc. There can be no specific un-learning of one disease, the reason vaccine immunity appears to wear off is that there was no immune learning in the first place, immunity has merely been delayed. With or without antibodies vaccinated individuals will succumb to those illnesses in the future if the issues of susceptibility come up later.
Childhood illnesses occur later because the individual has had to overcome deeper problems before they could be healthy enough to express the childhood illness; these deeper problems are often exacerbated by the vaccine. If a child has been forced to stop crying whilst experiencing an upset, then at some point in the future this upset may be expressed. The expression was however suppressed and the child has had to deal with the additional trauma of being made to feel wrong, bad, unsupported etc. If fortunate the child may eventually get to express the original upset, at this point there is no un-learning of any ability to deal with the trauma, it was never dealt with in the first place.

Rather than creating a waning immunity, vaccines delay immunity

With sufficient overview of the disease process, the effects of vaccines are predictable. If you read the packet inserts of vaccines, even the acknowledged adverse effects amount to a catalogue of potential biological disasters; the medical profession and vaccine producers know that harmful effects occur:

  • Redness, swelling, soreness or tenderness at the vaccine site, mild to moderate fever, tiredness, drowsiness, poor appetite, headache, nausea, vomiting, mild rash, seizure (jerking or staring), non-stop crying – for 3 hours or more, high fever, swelling of the lymph nodes (lymphadenopathy), inflammation of the parotid gland (a salivary gland near the ear), low platelet count (thrombocytopenia) which can cause a bleeding disorder, serious allergic reaction (breathing difficulty, shock), pneumonia, pain and stiffness in the joints (mostly in teenage or adult women), chronic and acute arthritis, nerve inflammation, long-term seizures, severe paralytic illness (Guillain-Barré Syndrome), coma, or lowered consciousness, brain inflammation (encephalitis), permanent brain damage and death.

The main problem of vaccine promoters is that they do not understand how, why and in what percentage of individuals these reactions occur. A situation not helped by the fact that adverse reporting is known to be a fraction of the true figure. As noted in the preceding text, the under-reporting of drug side-effects is a world-wide phenomenon:

In total, 37 studies using a wide variety of surveillance methods were identified from 12 countries. These generated 43 numerical estimates of under-reporting. The median under-reporting rate across the 37 studies was 94%. (L.Hazell & S.A Shakir.)   International journal of toxicology(Drug safety 2006; 29(5):385-96.)

The childhood illnesses themselves are reactions that are relatively easy to overcome and to be fair, the issue of vaccination relates to the fear of adverse reactions in a childhood illness itself, neurological complications, blindness, deafness, brain damage and even death. Therefore we shall investigate in section 3, the factors that give rise to adverse effects in illnesses, how to avoid them and whether vaccines play a role in preventing those reactions.