Imagine a marathon runner inactive. He sits on the side lines. Doesn’t even wave or cheer. Inactive.

Medical community hucksters of which there are many want us to believe for their lucrative sake that viruses can be inactivated, be sent on a marathon through the running paths of your body, and make stop viruses that are just like themselves.

It makes no sense, but that’s what they want you to believe in their constant quest for pushing influenza vaccinations and others.

The concept is simple, introduce the very thing you don’t ever want in your body if you can help it so that you can avoid getting the very thing you don’t ever want in your body if you can help it.

In other words give yourself the flu so you can avoid the flu.

The premise is that if you introduce the virus the body is stimulated to produce antibodies which then attack the intruding virus and what remains is antibodies specifically designed to attack those again if they ever show up again, thus making you immune.

The claim of immunity is rather shady though, as you can still get the flu.

It amazes me how stupid the public is. Take for example this section of an article on “health myths”.

 

Myth: Getting the flu shot can give you the flu.

You’ve probably heard this from your friend who is dead-set against getting the flu shot. But turns out they’re mistaken because, “the flu shot cannot make you sick with influenza,” Dr. Tania Elliott, board-certified Allergist and Internist and Chief Medical Officer at EHE, told INSIDER.

According to Elliott, vaccinations may contain viruses, but they’ve been inactivated and are incapable of making you ill. However, because the flu shot can lead to potential side effects like body aches and low-grade fever that may overlap with certain flu symptoms, people mistakenly conflate the two.

“It’s extremely important to be vaccinated against the flu, which makes this myth damaging to individuals and the community alike,” she explained. The Centers for Disease Control recommend that most people without extenuating medical circumstances get an annual vaccination for their own health, and the public’s.

 

Their claim is that the virus you don’t want in your body that is injected in your body with the flu shot is “inactivated”. That’s like a security guard who is at a running marathon who just died of a heart attack and is inactivated and expecting to be protected from harm. Harm may never attend that event and so what these medical hucksters do is when it doesn’t in their studies of people who had the flu shot, they claim that it was because of the vaccination. They compile all their statistics and present those to governing bodies and advertise “get a flu shot”. But like that event where the security guard was inactivated and nothing went wrong, it’s not that the security guard was there, or the flu vaccine was there in your internal running track, it’s that nothing happened.

It makes no sense that an inactive item would be able to pretend it’s something living any more than a wax museum statue can pretend and fool the public into believing that it’s real.

So next time you go anywhere make sure you ask for inactive security guards to protect you or an inactive police department. That will vaccinate your community or place your are attending so that you are protected.

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