Joe Hillshoist » Thu Apr 09, 2020 7:55 am wrote: Agent Orange Cooper » 09 Apr 2020 15:39 wrote:
[...]The grand irony, of course, here being that the primary cause of autoimmune disease is the fucking vaccines.
I often drive by a local county 'health' clinic that has just opened up in my town in a new location. The first thing advertised on the sign is "adult immunizations" and "child vaccines," etc. It's really sinister.
Q: Why are vaccines the [i]sine qua non
of public health? A: Because 'public health' is just eugenics in disguise.
Can you explain how the bolded bit happens?
There has to be something other than just vaccination causing autoimmunity, because practically everyone gets *some* vaccines. Exposure to heavy metals definitely contributes, Lyme disease can trigger it, anything that chronically throws off homeostasis in the body can contribute. The most likely answer is that there are many different causes, and that the issue is made a lot worse by vaccination, and especially excessive vaccination.
For example, when I was a child I had sever sneezing fits when I woke up in the morning. In retrospect this was probably caused by chemical laundry detergent an other household cleaners. But my parents followed the advice of the medical system and sent me to an allergist who prescribed allergy immunizations. This practice is going out of fashion I think, replaced with "oral immunotherapy" in which you get an acid tab of the antigen on your tongue instead of getting injected. The idea is that you are vaccinated against common seasonal and other allergies like animal dander, dust mites, mold, pollen, etc.
When I was a kid I got injected with that shit 3 days a week, for years on end. Then as an adult I contracted Lyme borelliosis with Babesia, which progressed to a severe case that infected my nervous system. The mainstream medical system will have you on Doxycycline pills for months on end, longer than necessary, because the pathogen hibernates in a way that protects it from the antibiotic. The only way to clear out the encysted spirochetes and have an effect on the central nervous system is to do IV antibiotic treatment. I was fortunate enough to manage to get it covered by insurance at the time, but once the word about it got out it became impossible to get that treatment without paying 10s of thousands of dollars out of pocket. Those drugs are the last line of defense against drug resistant bacteria like MRSA and so there is actually a legitimate public health reason that they should not be used unless absolutely necessary.
On top of all that, the medical system is totally inept at addressing the gut microbiome effects of antibiotics and other drugs. Eating yogurt and sauerkraut is not enough, you need medical grade supplements with high populations during the treatment and then natural probiotics once the treatment is over. I had to learn that the hard way because nobody told me. Many people also told me that gluten would make autoimmune symptoms worse, and I couldn't bring myself to break the addiction in spite of being open minded to the possibility that was true. One time I ate a lot of rich German whole grain bread and I had an episode in which I could have actually died, and that was the beginning of my bowel problems. It took me years to get into a situation in which I could break the gluten addiction. It works on the same endorphin receptors as opioids, and cheese too.
Giving up gluten was a milestone in putting my disease into remission, just as necessary as the medical cannabis. In addition to those measures, I also had 3 mercury fillings safely removed which made a significant change for the better. So these are all things I can say from experience that definitely make it worse.
I highly doubt that there is one single primary cause of autoimmunity. It is basically like the "Shit Is Fucked Up And Bullshit" occupy protestor of the human body. The major elephant in the room is the gut microbiome, though. It is something like 80% of the immune system that is mediated via the gut biome, so considering how polluted the food supply is, none of this should be a surprise. Saying that the vaccines "cause" the problem is falling into the trap of the false narrative. It is a complex phenomenon that very obviously can be made much worse by vaccination. And since autoimmunity is under-diagnosed and can only be identified when sever symptoms manifest, that is a reason for everyone to be cautious about vaccinations and only take the ones that they really need.