HHA | 10-4-2014
By Jon Rappoport
October 4, 2014
Transmission of the virus…this is what everybody is worried about now.
Transmission, transmission, transmission, through this route and that route.
I have news. Transmission does not automatically equal getting sick.
If it did, the entire human race would have been wiped out centuries ago.
People transfer germs to each other all the time. They house untold numbers of germs, and they transfer them.
I know there are many people out there who are afraid of germs. They use chemical wipes and they do all sorts of things to stay free of germs…as if that were possible.
The mere transferring of a virus from person A to person B says absolutely nothing about whether person B will get sick. Nothing.
What makes a person sick to the point where illness threatens his life? His immune system, which would ordinarily throw off germs, has been rendered too weak, by non-germ factors, to do its job.
Then you will find millions and millions of a particular active germ in his body. Then he can get sick and even die. The germs are the end result, not the cause.
Nothing about any of this is mentioned in public-health warnings.
The public is led to believe that passing a germ from person A to person B is a potentially fatal act, all by itself.
This is false.
If person B’s immune system is already on the ropes, he is sick or will get sick from any old germ passing through.
If his immune system is healthy, he will remain healthy. If a load of germs does enter his body, he may, under certain circumstances fall ill, but he will recover.
It’s important to note an exception: when doctors are injecting germs (and toxic chemicals) into the body, which happens during vaccination, then even a person with a strong immune system can be badly affected, far beyond temporary illness. Why? Because the injection is unnatural, in that it bypasses portals of immune defense. And because toxic chemicals are poison.
The real worry is the vaccine, not the virus in the wild.
The propaganda says: if someone passes you a virus, that act in itself constitutes a life-threatening danger.
The truth is, if your immune system is weak, you need to find ways to become more healthy and strong.
Or you can submit to the massive fear-mongering about, say, Ebola, and accept the notion that merely “catching” Ebola threatens your life.
For more than a century, researchers and doctors on the fringes of conventional medicine, excluded from The Club, have argued that it is the condition of the terrain of the body, and not the germ, which determines health and illness.
The volume and weight of official germ propaganda have drowned them out.
The rise of the pharmaceutical industry has paralleled the broad spread of this propaganda. And not by accident.
Two situations: one, a person with a strong healthy immune system meets the Ebola virus; two, a person whose immune system is decimated meets an ordinary flu virus.
Which is the major threat?