By Dr. Jerry Greenberg
Edward Bernayes, the father of PR, the original Spin Dr. and close relative of Sigmond Freud, said that if you say something loud enough and long enough, people would believe it. If you get doctors to say it, it will even be more effective-regardless of how real it is. A perfect example is the cigarette commercials of the 1950’s and 1960’s, which had doctors in white coats endorsing smoking!
One thing we have learned from history is that certain epidemics come and go without any intervention by humans. We don’t hear of too many cases of the Black Plague, lately. Polio was one of those epidemics that the Nazi drug companies exploited to get us convinced to get vaccines in massive amounts. The reason I use that term is because modern pharmacology started in the concentration camps under the German cartel, I.G. Farbin. (Who was indicted during the Nirenberg hearings.)
Polio was statistically disappearing before the Salk vaccine was introduced. But we did not have the Internet back then and the public was convinced, by very brilliant brainwashing, that the vaccine ended the epidemic.
In 1976 Jonas Salk admitted during a congressional hearing that his vaccine caused more cases of polio than it prevented. But, that did not matter. The sheep were convinced that the vaccination program was here to save the world.
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