Do you or Don’t you get the Tetanus vaccine?
Most would say; of course! While others dogmatically avoid vaccines altogether. The popular belief is that if you get a puncture wound, you have a high likelihood of getting “lockjaw”, but is it really that likely?
I have personally stepped on rusty nails in the field, have had multiple puncture wounds, cuts from metal objects as well as have had multiple Tetanus vaccines.
In the article; “So What About Tetanus?”, the author, Marco Cáceres, goes into some detail about what to do if your child (or anyone) were to step on a nail in your backyard as well as the risks and benefits of receiving a Tetanus vaccine. You can read it by clicking on this link; So What About Tetanus?
But what I found really interesting is the response question posed by a nurse. She reminds us that since we cannot build up a true immunity to poisons (we can only neutralize and eliminate them), we shouldn’t therefore expect to create an “immunity” to a poison via vaccination.
Here is her question and thought process to giving the Tetanus vaccine as “protection”from the toxins released from the Tetanus bacterium…
“How can the Tetanus vaccine induce immunity, when contracting the disease naturally does not give immunity?”–NVIC
“A tetanus vaccination cannot possibly protect from the disease since the human organism cannot build up any immunity after contracting the disease (as is the same after HIB, diphtheria or TB). So, if nature hasn’t planned the immunity, how does the vaccine work? Furthermore, the tetanus vaccination (as is the case with the diphtheria vaccine) is a so-called toxoid vaccine. The killed poison of the tetanus bacilli is injected into the body and meant to protect us. But the human body cannot build up immunity against poisons (31). How can the vaccine protect us then? The official statistics of the various countries show us that the vaccine does not protect us. The Robert Koch Institute in Germany admits that 2/3 people who contract tetanus have been fully vaccinated (32). The rate in Switzerland was 50% fully vaccinated and still contracted the disease.”—Anita Petek-Dimmer
Did you know there is NO diagnostic test for tetanus? So how do we know a person actually has tetanus. Symptoms of tetanus are similar to symptoms of some other toxic poisonings. We have no test to prove the person has tetanus. And good wound care is far and away your best treatment for dirty injuries. And the risk for tetanus is not the same in every area of the country. And tetanus vaccine is one vaccine that I get many many emails on from people telling me of damage to themselves or their children that doesn’t go away – tetanus like symptoms. The vaccine is so extremely toxic its been diluted and diluted………and still causing problems in some. And does it even work? Questionable.–Sheri Nakken RN
So why is this being injected into people?