Small Pox Vaccines

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Small Pox Vaccination CAUSED Epidemics

In 1854, the year England’s compulsory law went into effect, there were dramatic outbreaks throughout the country. London’s epidemic of 1857-1859 there were 14,000 deaths From 1871-1873 all of Europe was wept with the worst epidemic in recorded history,

As England and other countries boasted near universal coverage. England and Wales incurred more than 45,000 deaths alone. The Philippines’ epidemic of 1917-1919 brought 70,000 deaths (in a population of 11 million) after the US staged a compulsory vaccination campaign there. India’s epidemic of 1953 revealed that 80% of the diseased had at least one small pox vaccination and 50% had two or three. (Kempe, 1960)

Death and Adverse Reactions

Small pox vaccination was the most deadly vaccine in history, “officially” causing one to two deaths per million vaccinations, but that was during the best of times, using modern, sterile equipment and methods. Statistics vary depending on the study. Government estimations are lower; physician polls tell of greater consequences. No controlled studies have ever been performed. Other reactions include, fever, potentially fatal eczema vaccinatum (one in 26,000 – Lane, 1970), fetal infections, encephalitis (one in 24,000 children- Lane, 1970), mental impairment, and paralysis. In the 1800’s, newspapers were filled with small pox vaccine reactions and deaths. People fled their own country in droves to escape vaccination when compulsory laws went into effect.

Man Made Disease Created

The vaccination was originally contained the cowpox virus, but had mutated through many years of culturing and came to be renamed as vaccinia virus. The man made disease “progressive vaccinia” (caused an infection distinct to the new vaccinia virus) or “vaccinosis” ( a vaccine reaction causing a chronic nervous system and skin disease) inflicted hundreds of thousands of people and cause untold suffering.

Predictions

The vaccines stockpiled today differ very little form the vaccines used in the 1800’s. No one knows if the vaccine currently stockpiled (some for more than 50 years old) would be any more deadly or damaging than years past. Given the small pox vaccine’s already horrid reputation for reactivity and the fact that any variations from strict storage protocols can cause contamination problems, they are very likely to cause equal or greater damage to human health.

Small pox vaccination set many of the precedents we deal with today, and therefore it is necessary to understand its factual history. Small pox vaccination was the first vaccine (distinct from variolation), brought the first compulsory laws, provoked the first anti-vaccination leagues, and promulgated the first “eradication” claim.

Small pox vaccination set many of the precedents we deal with today, and therefore it is necessary to understand its factual history. Small pox vaccination was the first vaccine (distinct from variolation), brought the first compulsory laws, provoked the first anti-vaccination leagues, and promulgated the first “eradication” claim.

Small Pox Vaccination was ineffective

  • In 1854, the year England’s compulsory law went into effect, there were dramatic outbreaks throughout the country.
  • London’s epidemic of 1857-1859 had 14,000 deaths – From 1871-1873 all of Europe was wept with the worst epidemic in recorded history, as England and other countries boasted near universal coverage. England and Wales incurred more than 45,000 deaths alone.
  • The Philippines’ epidemic of 1917-1919 brought 70,000 deaths (in a population of 11 million) after the US staged a compulsory vaccination campaign there.
  • India’s epidemic of 1953 revealed that 80% of the diseased had at least one small pox vaccination and 50% had two or three. (Kempe, 1960)

Vaccination had Little, or Nothing, to do with Decline of Disease

One of the distinct features of the small pox disease, was that it was particularly devastating to civilizations previously not exposed to it, as the Native Americans could attest. Prior to the 20th century, intraplanetary travel was sparse, but as flight, mass transit, and automobiles developed our ability to spread our germs including small pox) and develop “herd immunity.” This is what lead to the decline and absence of small pox. Just as the plague and other disease came, went, and “eradicated” themselves without vaccines — so did small pox.

Antibodies Do Not Equal Protection

Over 95% produce antibodies to small pox vaccine, but, like all vaccines, antibody production often has nothing to do with once susceptibility to contracting the disease. With small pox, it was, and is, not know what level of antibodies protect against smallpox infection (CDC, 1991d)

Fortunately, US stopped routine small pox vaccination in 1971. Worldwide, the disease was proclaimed “eradicated” in 1980.

Predictions

The small pox vaccines stockpiled today differ very little from the vaccines used in the 1800’s. No one knows if the vaccine currently stockpiled (some for more than 50 years old) would be any less effective than years past. Given the small pox vaccine’s already poor performance and the fact that the only small pox virus in existence has been genetically modified to more lethal, weapons grade forms, the vaccines currently stockpiled are very unlikely to protect any one, but are very likely to cause equal or greater damage to human health.

 

Small Pox Vaccines by Brand

DryVax Smallpox Vaccine, Dried, Calf Lymph Type
Manufacturer Wyeth
Microorganism Vaccinia Virus
Licensed 10/11/2005
Recommendations 2 to 3 injections.
Ingredients Glycerine, Neomycin, Phenol, Polymyxin B, Chlortetracycline hydrochloride, Virus: Vaccinia (smallpox)
Product Descriptions Package insert