Herd Immunity

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These two words are allegedly synonymous with genocide in 2020. Surreal to say the least.

The ability of the human immune system has ensured survival of the human race. Today however, the Director-General of the World Health Organisation stated that “Never in the history of public health has herd immunity been used as a strategy for responding to an outbreak, let alone a pandemic“. It’s hard to imagine that he doesn’t understand the dishonesty in his statement. As Martin Kulldorff has stated, herd immunity is no more a “strategy” in public health, than gravity is a strategy in aviation. Just as pilots use gravity to do their job, so do public health programs use herd immunity.

Every disease is unique, so that the concept of herd immunity differs with different pathogens. For example, there is no herd immunity for HIV, a virus which attacks the immune system and…

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1 thought on “Herd Immunity

  1. If they are indeed able to create a successful vaccine in a short amount of time – it could mean they’ve been working on this for much longer than the virus has been a threat (in other words it really is a plandemic), OR this threat isn’t a real threat after all.
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    Just for the record – I’m leaning towards the “not being a real threat” side of the fence.
    But that’s a moot point – we are still in a mess.

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