Do Germs Really Cause Disease?

Do germs really cause disease?

Do germs really cause disease?

By: Bob Livingston

The germ theory of disease is a hoax created by Louis Pasteur and latched onto and perpetuated by establishment medicine.

It is the belief that disease or sickness is spread by germs or viruses outside the body. The germ theory opens the way to impose millions of drug concoctions upon the people. Don’t we realize that this notion implies that every illness or sickness is drug-dependent?

Germ theory has been promulgated upon us for so long by establishment medicine and the propaganda media that there can no longer be serious inquiry into the nature of infections and the ways to prevent them. But like the “97 percent consensus” surrounding anthropogenic global warming, the germ theory is a notion of nonsense that has confused millions of people, enriched the pharmaceuticals and empowered a growing medical police state.

The World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and other national health bureaucracies, along with a compliant propaganda media, have conditioned the modern mind to equate medicine with health and germs with disease. So to prevent us from becoming sick, conventional wisdom holds, we must treat ourselves beforehand with drugs (vaccines) to kill the “bad germs” in advance. And once we become sick, we must treat ourselves with more drugs to kill the germs that overcame the vaccines we administered to prevent us from becoming sick in the first place.

As I noted in “Doctors fret over future of drugs as antibiotic overuse creates antibiotic-resistant ‘superbugs,’” the overuse of antibiotics in our food (by inoculating the poultry and livestock) and the over-prescription of antibiotics by doctors to their patients has created ever more prevalent and ever more deadly “superbugs” resistant to known antibiotics.

But even worse, the overuse of antibiotics is damaging our health by also destroying the germs and microbes the human body must have to stay healthy. That’s because antibiotics don’t differentiate one germ or microbe from another. They attack them all.

Bad germs = good health

Now a new study published in the journal “Atherosclerosis” demonstrates that even the so-called “bad germs” are necessary for good health.

According to the study, measles and mumps infections were associated with decreased risks of mortality from cardiovascular disease (CVD). There is also evidence indicating that a higher number of infections lowers the overall mortality rate from cardiovascular disease.

The study in Japan followed 43,689 men and 60,147 women aged 40-79 beginning in 1988-1990 and followed them until 2009. It found that men who had a history of measles showed an 8 percent reduction in total CVD; and those with mumps had a 48 percent reduction in mortality from stroke, a 79 percent reduction in mortality from hemorrhagic stroke. Men with a history of both measles and mumps showed a mortality reduction of 20 percent in total CVD, 29 percent for myocardial infarction and 17 percent for total stroke.

Women with both infections showed comparable reductions, including 15 percent reduction in mortality from total CVD, 21 percent for total stroke, and 22 percent for both ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke. The study concluded that “Measles and mumps, especially in case of both infections, were associated with lower risks of mortality from atherosclerotic CVD.”

Measles was once a joke disease and considered a rite of passage for American youth. But that was before the medical cartel and propaganda media went to work on the American public to create an irrational fear of normal childhood diseases.

Vaccines and other chemical cocktails reduce and inhibit natural immunity, making us more susceptible to a host of diseases. During the so-called “measles outbreak” connected to the Disney theme park in 2014 it was found that most of those who contracted the measles had been previously vaccinated with the MMR (measles-mumps-rubella) vaccine. Studies are also showing that more flu shots make people more susceptible to the flu.

We are told and intimidated by medical propaganda over and over that we must be protected internally from diseases that originate in the external environment. What the establishment does not tell us is that when we are healthy, we have peak immunity and can walk and live among sick people and not get sick.


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