Vaccinations Part 1 - History

By Liam Roberts

Part 1 - History

Part 2 - Small pox and Spanish flu

Part 3 - Swine Flu of 1976 and 2009

Part 4 - Cashing in on Vaccinations

Part 5 - Scientific Evidence

Part 6 - Responsibility

Part 7 - Production

Vaccinations, toxic and deadly, like a snake bite

"This amazing act is the homicidal insanity of a whole profession.

This is blood assassination."
Dr. James J Gareth Wilkinson on vaccinations in 1876

"Vaccination is not always a harmless procedure; it must be looked upon as the production of an acute infectious disease."
Dr Milton J Rosenau, 1914.

In many cases sickness, injuries and deaths from diseases today are commonly attributed to the poisoning effects of vaccination campaigns; from Small pox which seemed to affect mainly those vaccinated, to the worldwide influenza epidemic of 1918-19 that killed 20 million following the administration of anti-typhoid inoculations, or the 1976 Swine flu "epidemic" that permanently crippled a number of Americans with Guillain-Barré syndrome following a national vaccination program.

"Before health agencies and public health were completely taken over by conventional medicine, in the service of their pharmaceutical cartel owners, the great legacy of the sanitary reformers - Max von Penttenkofer, James T. Briggs, Dr. John Snow, Edwin Chadwick, Florence Nightingale, Dr. Southwood Smith, etc. was that they were able to eradicate cholera, yellow fever, tuberculosis, typhus, typhoid, scarlet fever, diptheria, whooping cough, measles, and the bubonic plague long before vaccinations were developed or routinely used." (

"There has been a steady decline of infectious diseases in most developing countries regardless of the percentage of immunizations administered in these countries."
(World Health Statistics Annual, 1973-76, Vol.2)

Vaccines were compulsory in the UK until 1948, labeled as 'our first line of defense'. According to British Medical Journals I have researched, it was in 1853 that vaccination of infants was first made compulsory. By an Act passed in that year every parent who refused or neglected to have their child vaccinated within 3 months of birth was made liable to a fine. As many refused to pay the fines people were imprisoned or had their possessions seized. The report even names the first parent to go to prison for this 'offence' one William Johnson of Leicester. Shortly after his release, Leicester became unvaccinated, as a trial! More about that later.

The very first virus discovered is credited to the St. Petersburg Academy of Science on the 12th February 1892 by Dmitri Iwanowsk (1864-1920), a Russian botanist. While studying mosiac tobacco disease, he found that the agent causing the disease was small enough for pass though ceramic filter that are small enough to trap all bacteria. This is generally accepted as the beginning of Virology.
In 1930, the first virus was seen by the human eye. New technology advances and the introduction of the electron microscope helped us to vaguely see what a virus looks like.

Bear this information in mind while reading on;
- Vaccination made compulsory in 1853
- First Virus discovered in 1892
- Millions of vaccinations given to people in early 19th century
- Technology developed to help us see a Virus for the first time developed in 1930

We need to ask how can they possibly know what effects the vaccinations would have on us when they didn't even have the technology to see and therefor study the virus?

Dr. Edward Jenner - Vaccination Creation

Dr. Edward Jenner, Born 17 May 1749 in Aylesbury, Buckinhamshire, Died 26 January 1823 aged 73, found in a state of apoplexy the previous day, with his right side paralysed. He never recovered, and died of an apparent stroke, Berkeley, Gloucestershire.

Jenner trained in Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire as an apprentice to Daniel Ludlow, a surgeon, for eight years from the age of 14. In 1770 Jenner went up to surgery and anatomy under the surgeon John Hunter and others at St George's Hospital.
By 1773 he became a successful general practitioner and surgeon, practising in purpose-built premises in Berkeley.

In 1776, Dr. Jenner claims to have discovered that a disease known as "cowpox" could be inoculated on the human frame and this inoculation would act as a preventive of smallpox.
Jenner made no such discovery as it had already been made by the milkmaids and dairy farmers of rural England who had long known and used it.

Jenner's continuing work on vaccination prevented him continuing his ordinary medical practice. Fortunately though he was supported by his colleagues and the King in petitioning Parliament and was granted £10,000 for his work on vaccination. In 1806 he was granted another £20,000 for his continuing work.
In 1803 in London he became involved with the Jennerian Institution, a society concerned with promoting vaccination to eradicate smallpox. In 1808, with government aid, this society became the National Vaccine Establishment.

History shows us that vaccination commenced, at its very outset, with great falsehood and it has been continued on a similar basis, more or less, ever since.

A book I strongly recommend on this subject written in 1920 by Chas. M Higgins is Horrors of Vaccination Exposed & Illustrated: Petition To The President To Abolish Compulsory Vaccination in Army & Navy. This revealing book is available to download completely free from

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