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Globalist Health Father Rapidly Expanded Dangerous Vaccine Mandates

Bill Foege at the UN

Bill Foege, AP

Smallpox: it only infected humans, and it was only contagious when it made them sick. Isolate a sick person: it doesn’t spread, globalist lies notwithstanding.

But smallpox vaccines are great, a globalist would say. They eradicated smallpox! There’s even a man behind them to take credit! No not the creds-faking shadow vaccine “safety” chief‘s early-20th century counterpart.

His name is William Foege, CDC director under Jimmy Carter. Foege is father of “Global Health,” or why our government sacrifices American children with mercury to protect U.N. vaccine programs.

State vaccine mandates before Carter: 11. Mandates after: 50!

This is why so many more kids got hurt and killed by vaccines in the eighties. This is also why you can’t sue vaccine makers. It’s why combined vaccines like MMR are much more in vogue and why the schedule has expanded so much.

child hours after his MMR vaccine, who developed neurological damage

Vaccine-injured child, what Foege can really take credit for!

The airhead at Vox who interviewed him conveniently left all that out. He said vaccine injuries were fake. In fact, they’re real. Reporting that truth is what got a doctor disbarred. The decision itself said so (p. 43):

You knew or ought to have known that your reporting in the Lancet paper of a temporal link between the syndrome you described and the MMR vaccination, i. had major public health implications, ii. would attract intense public and media interest.

No wonder vaccines are causing so much harm. No wonder people look the other way as the government blatantly lies. Overt censorship of any reasonable concern about them is acceptable.

It shouldn’t be. It won’t be. Autism Investigated is proudly anti-vaccine.

Vaccine mandates and the harm they caused, not hostages or inflation, is what Carter will be most notorious for. He’ll have guys like Foege to thank for that for sure.

How A Smallpox Inoculation Campaign Killed Benjamin Franklin’s Son

The vaccine industry dismisses anecdotes of vaccine injury but loves to hijack anecdotes of infectious disease. One such example is Benjamin Franklin’s son, who died of smallpox while still a toddler. Pro-vaccinationists use this to bash anti-vaccinationists, pointing out that his son was not inoculated. Ironically, it was inoculation that likely spread smallpox to Franklin’s son and by-extension killed them.

Inoculation – poking people from puss extracted from smallpox postules – was the precursor to vaccination. The logic was that it was supposedly safer than catching wild smallpox. Even if so, inoculation had a deadly secret: inoculated people could spread the virus to uninoculated people without showing symptoms. This made smallpox much easier to spread.

So while Franklin’s son was not inoculated, people he came into contact with almost certainly were. So inoculated people shed the virus and Franklin’s young son caught it. Since he was already sick, smallpox was especially dangerous to him. As a result, Franklin’s son died at the age of four – killed ultimately as a result of inoculation. Yet it is still occasionally trotted out by pro-vaccinationists to make the case for vaccination. In reality, it is a cautionary tale that is historically analogous to modern vaccine safety issues.