• Jeffery O'Neal

At what point do we return the proper state of Living, not existing?

Opinion/ Critical Thinking Exercise by: Jeffery O'Neal

When I was a child growing up in the late 80’s, early 90’s; it was drilled into my brain in school here in the US. That there, “is NO CURE for VIRUSES” and “VACCINES were merely weaken downed virus strains injected, administered in virus affected areas, to spark your body’s NATURAL immune response. To bolster your physical bodies response time, IF EXPOSED, to get back to NORMAL.” Vaccines were only administered in locations of an outbreaks (small, localized areas) to minimize the SIDE EFFECTS of vaccines on populations not exposed. Also, that vaccines took decades of research, development, trials, safety studies, and tens of millions - if not billions of dollars for a single vaccine, that in many cases saw said vaccine - removed from the market due to adverse side effects and/or death.

Thirty to forty years later, “NO VACCINE – you and everyone around you, DIES.’ What happened in three to four decades and where is the science to back it up?

We are all aware of the seasonal “influenza” flu (viruses)


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[Exert from CDC in a Wikipedia “article” - Influenza, commonly called "the flu", is an infectious disease caused by influenza viruses. Symptoms range from mild to severe and often include fever, runny nose, sore throat, muscle pain, headache, coughing, and fatigue. These symptoms typically begin 1–4 days after exposure to the virus and last for about 2–8 days. Diarrhea and vomiting can occur, particularly in children. Influenza may progress to pneumonia, which can be caused by the virus or by a subsequent bacterial infection. Other complications of infection include acute respiratory distress syndrome, meningitis, encephalitis, and worsening of pre-existing health problems such as asthma and cardiovascular disease.

There are four types of influenza virus, termed influenza viruses A, B, C, and D. Aquatic birds are the primary source of Influenza A virus (IAV), which is also widespread