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Jaw-Dropping Account of History Being Repeated

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During the late 19th century smallpox ravaged the Western world. Uncannily, events unfolded in exactly the same way as they are today as society responds to the much less lethal COVID-19.  The solution then was not to waste time trying to convince decision-makers by using rational arguments. It was a mass public protest that resulted in the rejection of what the self-styled experts were then saying and the adoption of new methods that worked yet were vehemently opposed by the ‘trust us, we know best’ medical community.’

As smallpox took its hold the authorities responded by issuing mandates to vaccinate. Protests, that mirror today’s erupted from people’s communities. The protesters were fuelled by the emerging reality that the mandated vaccines made smallpox epidemics worse and more were dying from the vaccines than from smallpox.

Unsurprisingly, resistance to the vaccine mandates increased. Governments dug their heels in responding with harsher mandatory vaccination laws.

Eventually one of the largest protests of the century broke out in 1885. As a consequence, mandates were scrapped in one area in favour of alternative management of smallpox, and this is what actually ended smallpox.

What is the solution to what is happening today? Will it be the civil rights protests accelerated by the truckers’ protests? Whistle-blowers from inside the CDC, FDA, NIH, drug companies? Will it be embalmers speaking out? Will it be the corruption of the DMED data? Are the life insurance companies figuring it out? Tech Review setting up a debate between our experts vs. Harvard and MIT experts?

Eventually, one of the largest protests of the century occurred in 1885 in the industrial city of Leicester, England. The city’s authority was replaced, mandatory vaccination abolished, and public health measures earlier mocked and rejected by the medical community were implemented. These measures were highly successful. Once these measures were proved to be successful, they were adopted globally and the smallpox epidemic faded from most memories.

As might be expected, the routed cult responsible for the then vaccine mandates claimed the credit for what was in fact a consequence of the peoples inherited wisdom. In short, what finally worked was a mass protest plus implementing new health measures that were stubbonly opposed by the medical community. The similarities with what happened then and is happening now are truly jaw-dropping.

Back then, vaccination made things worse so to counter public concern and resistance the authorities doubled down on the intervention and mandated it for people. The result: even worse results and cases of smallpox infections soared. Following the science so few seemed to figure out the more you vaccinate, the worse things got. The media simply would not accept a solution except ‘follow the science” and do what your betters tell you.

By the end of 1868, more than 95 per cent of the inhabitants of Chicago had been vaccinated. After the Great Fire of 1871, strict vaccine laws were passed. Vaccination was made a condition of receiving relief supplies. Chicago was then hit with a devastating smallpox epidemic in 1872 where over 2,000 persons contracted smallpox, with over 25% dying, and the fatality rate among children under 5 being the highest ever recorded.

As widespread scepticism of vaccination increased, law enforcement increased, with no legal recourse available to opt-out of the immunization regardless of the situation or physician recommendation. Reports abounded across the world of vaccination resistors being fined and jailed or forcefully vaccinatedwith parents often opting to receive these punishments in order to spare their children from vaccination.

Tensions reached a boiling point and on March 23, 1885, a large protest estimated at 80,000 to 100,000 people erupted. It was composed of citizens of all professions from across England and received support from citizens across Europe who could not attend it.

The procession was miles long, with displays showing the popular sentiments against vaccination present throughout the crowd. The demonstration was successful, and the local government agreed to and acknowledged their demands for liberty. Many of the descriptions of this protest and the jubilant mood there are extremely similar to reports I have read of the Truckers protest.

If the FDA meeting wasn’t postponed, we’d be at this spot in a few days from now except for us it would be 6 months rather than 3 months: The manufacturing town of Leicester was subject to England’s 1840 law requiring immunisation, and the 1859 law requiring every child to be vaccinated within 3 months of birth.

Assaults on officers enforcing vaccination occurred, and riots periodically broke out. This quote 1874 quote from Emeritus Professor F. W. Newman encapsulates the mood of the time: ‘Decorous and admissible language fails me, in alluding to that which might have seemed incredible thirty years ago, the commanding of vaccination on a second child of a family when vaccination has killed the first; and then sending the father to prison for refusal.

Civil Rights protests finally solved the problem. That year, following the protest, the Leicester governing authority was replaced, mandates were terminated, and by 1887 vaccination coverage rates had dropped to 10%.

To replace the vaccination model, Leicester activists proposed a system of immediately quarantining smallpox patients, disinfection of their homes and quarantining of their contacts alongside improving public sanitation.

The medical community vehemently rejected this model, and zealously predicted Leicester’s ‘gigantic experiment’ would soon result in a terrible ‘massacre,’ especially in the unprotected children, who were viewed by government physicians as ‘bags of gunpowder’ that could easily blow-up schools. This smallpox apocalypse would forever serve as a lesson against vaccine refusal the medical profession bet their stake upon.

As the science predicted catastrophe failed to emerge, Leicester had dramatically lower rates of smallpox in subsequent epidemics than other fully vaccinated towns (ranging from 1/2 to 1/32). Various rationalisations were put forward to explain this, but as the decades went by, a gradual public acceptance of Leicester’s methods emerged. But even 30 years later, a New York Times article still predicted a disaster was right around the corner and it was imperative Leicester change their methods. Fortunately, the value of Leicester’s novel approach of quarantining and improving public hygiene was recognized and gradually adopted around the world, leading to the eventual eradication of smallpox.

A very similar history was repeated 33 years later, the very same strategy in 1918 Spanish flu. In 2020, a series of very revealing articles appeared on uncutnews.ch about it. Some are unfortunately only for those who understand the German language, some were resourced from: https://greatgameindia.com/military-vaccines-spanish-flu/

Interestingly, the Rockefeller banking dynasty and the military complex were equally very active in this ‘outbreak,’ with a plan which included masks and injections.

SUMMARY: The whole writeup is 10 pages long. The lesson was not to rely on the medical experts and lawmakers for solutions; they promoted solutions that exacerbated the problems. The solutions that worked came from the people and they were opposed by the mainstream establishment.

https://stevekirsch.substack.com/p/what-we-can-learn-from-the-smallpox

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