Dr. Vernon Coleman on How the Smallpox Vaccine Did Not Eradicate Smallpox

Dr. Vernon Coleman on How the Smallpox Vaccine Did Not Eradicate Smallpox

One of the medical profession’s greatest boasts is that it eradicated smallpox through the use of the smallpox vaccine. I myself believed this claim for many years. But it simply isn’t true. One of the worst smallpox epidemics of all time took place in England between 1870 and 1872—nearly two decades after compulsory vaccination was introduced. After this evidence that smallpox vaccination didn’t work the people of Leicester in the English midlands refused to have the vaccine any more.

When the next smallpox epidemic struck in the early 1890s the people of Leicester relied upon good sanitation and a system of quarantine. There was only one death from smallpox in Leicester during that epidemic. In contrast the citizens of other towns (who had been vaccinated) died in vast numbers.

Doctors and drug companies may not like it but the truth is that surveillance, quarantine and better living conditions got rid of smallpox—not the smallpox vaccine.

When the World Health Organization campaign to rid the world of smallpox was at its height the number of cases of smallpox went up each time there was a large scale (and expensive) mass vaccination of populations in susceptible countries. As a result of this the WHO changed its strategy. Mass vaccination programs were abandoned and replaced with surveillance, isolation and quarantine.

— Dr. Vernon Coleman, author and former UK general practitioner

 

Reference:

Coleman V. Do Vaccines Work And Are They Safe?. VernonColeman.com.

5 Responses to "Dr. Vernon Coleman on How the Smallpox Vaccine Did Not Eradicate Smallpox"

  1. Kala   May 16, 2017 at 5:30 am

    Realize that decreasing the population is their bottom line along with making money. We’re over populating the planet. They know it. Vaccination is not one means to an end….it is multiple means to multiple ends.

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    • Laurie   June 12, 2017 at 10:29 pm

      The planet is nor overcrowded…
      Another Myth made made up by those that want to kill you…
      Drive across America…
      Look at a map… they lie about everything … they also run the new religion called “Science”.

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  2. Richard B   November 9, 2018 at 1:58 am

    Do we really need 9 billion people in this world? No! We don’t even need 1 billion people. We are blighting the world now with human development to facilitate the 9 billion of us. This is fact. We can see it. Ever increasing human infrastructure – roads and railways – have made areas of previously free animal life awful and dangerous for animal life to live in. More house building has made it the case that wildlife now find them selves having to cross roads. We see dead animals on the roadsides now. It’s horrible to see. I see it in the ever expanding town that I live in in the UK. We are now even told that we must maintain our population size to keep our global economy going! Talk about putting money making ahead of common sense! We humans are so stupid and selfish both individually and collectively. Our leaders are as dumb as the rest of us.

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  3. Rebecca   February 18, 2020 at 5:09 pm

    Hi, after reading this article and the referenced Vernon Colemon article I was wondering what you think about this vaxopedia article. Your comments would be much appreciated. Thank you.
    https://vaxopedia.org/2017/05/06/the-leicester-method-and-smallpox-eradication/

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  4. Brian   April 22, 2020 at 7:25 am

    Hi Rebecca,

    That Vaxopedia author champions Hep B vaccination of day-old infants, which is repugnant, unnecessary, and filled with aluminum adjuvants. But as regards the measles question, the author seems to think mortality rate is unimportant… why? If a population is getting measles and very few are dying from it, then this data is highly relevant to one’s decision on whether to vaccinate toddlers. Vaccines carry very real health risks (look at the labels), and these risks need to be weighed against the threat posed by disease. The data shows a drastic decrease in measles mortality prior to the licensing of the measles vaccine in 1963. Talk to old timers, the Boomers. No one was deathly scared of measles; it was time off from school, a mild fever, and little more. Just as no one was scared of chickenpox, until Big Pharma introduced the varicella vaccines.

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