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Connect the Dots, Vaccine Edition

I have become magnetized by the “discussions” about: “Vaccine or no vaccine?” On the “pro” side, all I hear is: “It’s safe. All the scientific evidence points to its safety.” On the “con” side, I’m hearing many personal stories about why vaccines are believed to be not safe. The WHO (World Health Organization) has my respect more than Pharma, which is profit-driven. If you didn’t have a “wake-up” call before, read this post to be enlightened.

I’m going to start by giving you the big picture:

It’s about fungal-viral synergy and injecting live vaccines into immunocompromised hosts. Somebody stop the presses, because we are in trouble.

Our “free” press has bellyflopped into the vaccine debate by wholeheartedly supporting Pharm.gov, no questions asked. They freely bash anyone who merely implies that, um, maybe we should take a closer look here–without realizing that they have become pimps to an industry that wants nothing more than a world of drug whore slaves. News reporters have become talking heads for their media conglomerate bosses, blindly spewing their spoon-fed opinions while totally rejecting curiosity–curiosity that might lead them to the truth if only they could employ two brain cells to connect the dots.

I am going to provide some dots.

Fungi are so well known to suppress the immune system and reactivate viruses that I should be able to letCariDee

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She Gives Hope To Other ME/CFS Patients

Below is a video of Carol E. Head, President and CEO of Solve ME/CFS Initiative.

Carol E. Head, President and CEO of Solve ME/CFS Initiative

Carol E. Head, President and CEO of Solve ME/CFS Initiative

She talks about her “personal walk” with ME/CFS, describing how she became afflicted with the illness.

She had goals and plans for her life when she was a young woman who had just graduated from Management School at Stanford University.

Then, she got the flu.  And you can guess what happened after that.

After going from doctor to doctor to doctor, she did seek alternative therapists, and, over the course of many years, started to see improvement, to the point where she was able to go back to work.

Her story, told briefly in this video, is reminiscent of most of all sufferers with M.E.

It’s not a long story, but you will be able to empathize with her, and take hope that it is possible to achieve some measure of improvement.