Double-Edged Syringe: Jenner, WHO & the Vaccine March to Global Dominance -Christof Plothe, DO

“Before the advent of most of the vaccines in the 1960s, the morbidity and mortality of most diseases had come down significantly due to clean water, refrigeration, better hygiene,” emphasized Christof Plothe, DO, World Council for Health (WCH), during our discussion in Geneva at the WHO headquarters.

My journey from Canada to report on expert testimonies—such as those from Dr. Tess Lawrie, Prof. Christian Perronne, Prof. Sucharit Bhakdi, and Plothe—on human rights violations by the WHO and UN during Covid, led me to Geneva. There, with Plothe, we delved into a crucial dialogue critically reexamining Dr. Edward Jenner’s pioneering work in immunization alongside the WHO’s contentious and scientifically untenable campaign to eradicate diseases through global vaccine initiatives.

This probing dialogue underscores the urgent need to reassess the accepted narrative and supporting data underpinning global vaccine mandates, urging both skeptics and proponents to delve into the complexities of the WHO’s centralized role in global public health policies.

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The most clear indication that vaccines were not the cause of infectious disease declines is stated in the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Annual Summary of Vital Statistics: Trends in the Health of Americans During the 20th Century. Full pdf below.

Sources from US Vital Statistics 1890-1938, 1939-1964, 1965-1979, 1980-2003 and Historical Statistics of the United States, Colonial Times to 1970

Dissolving Illusions details facts and figures from long-overlooked medical journals, books, newspapers, and other sources. Using myth-shattering information, this book shows that vaccines, antibiotics, and other medical interventions are not responsible for the increase in lifespan and the decline in mortality from infectious diseases. 

(Above) Measles-Catching parties were often encouraged in the 1950s, as families chose mild infections for lifelong immunity. This article was published widely across Canada and the US, including The Ottawa Citizen on May 10, 1958.

There were no measles deaths for almost 20 years in the US from 1995 to 2018.

The Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS), co-managed by the CDC and FDA, reported 222 deaths from all measles vaccines (e.g., measles only, measles-mumps (MM) and measles-mumps-rubella (MMR)) from 1995 to 2018, the same time period where no measles deaths were reported in the US (graph above).

An Associated Press article reporting a doctor sending his daughter to a measle-catching party is picked up and printed by The Daily Oklahoman on July 15, 1957.

Games of all sorts were customary in measle-catching parties to encourage spread of infection.

Measles vaccine failure was reported by The American Journal of Epidemiology in 1989 when an outbreak occurred in a school where 99.7% of the population was vaccinated against measles.

Measle-Catching parties became fun and celebrated events, esp. for German measles (rubella), implicated in causing birth deformities during pregnancy for women infected later in life.

Many of the leading causes of death, like cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes, are related to lifestyle and diet, or “self-inflicted causations of deaths,” as Christof Plothe, DO, observes.

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