Some interesting facts:
THE POISONED NEEDLE
Through the lethal power of this poisoned needle, the simple zymotic (contagious) diseases of the past have been devolved into the horrors of the present — our terrifying and expanding crop of "killer diseases". Many of these strange "mystery diseases" that baffle the entire medical world, are the sordid products of vaccine poisons that disturb the chemical balance of the body and interfere with normal functioning.
All these medically-made atrocities are far worse than smallpox or any of the other eruptive diseases that nature provides as a means of expelling the accumulated poison waste from the abused body. This interference with the balanced economy of nature has multiplied the problems beyond the power of science to control.
Our worst epidemics now are epidemics of vaccination in which more people are killed every year by "vaccinal diseases" than by the diseases that the vaccinations were supposed to combat.
Vaccination, instead of being the promised blessing to the world, has proved to be a curse of such sweeping devastation that it has caused more death and disease than war, pestilence, and plague combined. There is no scourge (with the possible exception of atomic radiation) that is more destructive to our nation’s health than this monument of human deception — this slayer of the innocent —this crippler of body and brain — THE POISONED NEEDLE.
The Poisoned Needle
AFRIKAN ORIGINS OF INNOCULATION
It is said that scarification was misunderstood by the west. They viewed it as some silly, fanciful form of adornment, or simply a display of social status, when in fact, it had a medicinal purpose as well.
Our issue/concern isn't with the actual practice of inoculation or disease prevention, as this originated by InI ancestors. The problem, as always, is with the capitalistic, unatural, racist and discriminatory history of western health industry.
The ancient Afrikan tradition of inoculation was brought abroad through the trans-atlantic slave trade. This is a documented story one one said slave, though InI know many practiced these sciences.
Around 1721 in America, Onesimus, an African slave taught his master an age old African technique used to inoculate smallpox where a pustule from an infected person was broken with a thorn and then used to puncture the skin of a healthy person.
Subsequently, during a smallpox epidemic in the Boston, MA area, 241 healthy people were inoculated using this African technique, and only six contracted smallpox. During the American Revolutionary War, George Washington had inoculated his entire army against smallpox using this African procedure, which was only modified in the 1790’s by Dr. Edward Jenner who altered the African smallpox inoculation technique simply by using a less hazardous type of smallpox germ. White folks still don’t realize the power of black minds!