by Jon Rappoport

March 21, 2024

“I’m not against vaccines” is something people say, to make it seem they’re only criticizing a few shots, or they have a better idea about how to formulate them.

They don’t have a better idea.

But their audiences eat up the pretense.

“Yes, I like that. He knows vaccination is basically a good way to prevent disease. He just wants safer and more effective ingredients.”

Dream on.

Show me ONE large-scale MAINSTREAM study comparing the overall health of vaccinated and unvaccinated children, where the two groups are evenly matched—they have a reasonably nutritious diet and they aren’t egregiously exposed to environmental toxins.

Where is that study of, say, 5000 kids?


After centuries of vaccination.

This is called a clue.

The CDC would be terrified to conduct the study. If they had to, they’d find numerous ways to cheat.

They’d have to cheat.

Discovering unvaccinated children are healthier (take a look at the Amish) would smash the CDC charade forever.

And the rest of the medical cartel dominos would fall.

All the rest of the vaccine propaganda—minus the one crucial study that will never be done—is just pure lying. Tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands of studies and reports and clinical trials—millions of such papers. Meaningless.

I would compare it to a giant convention of fishermen; millions of them gathered together; discussing bait, lines, hooks, rods, boats, lakes, rivers, oceans…

And not a single man actually drops a line in water.

“Well, Dr. Titan, what about the overall health of children who follow the CDC vaccine schedule?”

“Did you say health? We don’t measure that. We’re interested in the production of antibodies.”

Another analogy: