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When you get "vaccinated" you DO NOT acquire IMMUNITY. This is the chief LIE of the pack of lies that is "vaccination"

 

"Vaccination" does NOT confer immunity, only a natural progression of the wild disease can do that. "Vaccination" IMO keeps you from acquiring immunity. "Vaccination" may provide some temporary protection, usually a few years. The current "Pertussis Outbreak", engineered IMO, is proving that.

 

A healthy body and immune system is TOXIC to all induced pathogens. Take a "killer" like polio for example. A person with a healthy immune system will contact the virus, defeat it quickly and the person will NOT be AWARE he has defeated the disease and acquired long term immunity to it. A person with a weak immune system may allow the virus in and problems begin. However in the case of polio high dose IV vitamin C has defeated 100% of serious end stage polio disease. An honest HHS could quickly establish that high dose IV Vitamin C will cure MANY diseases even at end stage because what is often killing you is VITAMIN C DEFICIENCY. Most of us are walking cases of sub-clinical scurvy.

 

So the Polio strategy is as simple as 1,2,3.

 

1) Assure healthy immune systems in EVERYONE possible.

2) "Vaccinate" NO ONE.

3} Deal with serious cases of polio with proven 100% IV Vitamin C and/or perhaps other means.

 

High levels of both vitamin D and vitamin C will greatly reduce the risk of MOST SERIOUS childhood disease IMO.

 

HHS has engineered a DEFICIENCY in both vitamin D and Vitamin C.

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Any thoughts/links as to how much vitamin c and d children should be taking everyday?
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Any thoughts/links as to how much vitamin c and d children should be taking everyday?

 

IMO all children and parents should have a vitamin D blood level of at least 60 ng/ml. Kids can get this easily by playing in the summer sun with no sunscreen. IN winter everyone needs about 1000 IU of vitamin D3/25 pounds of body weight/day.

 

Vitamin C might be dosed at about one gram/30 pounds of body weight/day for kids and 3 grams/day for adults. Eating a lot of fresh vitamin C rich food will supply the needed vitamin C complex to go with the ascorbic acid.

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