The Role of Autoimmunity and Viral Persistence
Studies in autistic children have shown that a state of immune
attack on the brain is occurring. Similar findings are seen with
neurodegenerative diseases and the Gulf War Syndrome. It must be
appreciated that this autoimmunity was triggered by the vaccinations
and by organisms contaminating the vaccinations. Once started, the
immune reaction cannot stop, thus triggering all the destructive
reactions I have discussed.
Dr. Garth Nicolson has shown a direct connection between
mycoplasma contamination of vaccines and the 200 percent increased
incidence of ALS in Gulf War veterans. The disorder is produced by
the same mechanism described above.
Another, even more common, problem is the use of live viruses in
vaccines. The reason live viruses can be used is that they are
weakened by passing them through a series of cultures--a process
called attenuation. These attenuated, non-disease-causing viruses
are then injected in hopes of stimulating the body to produce an
The problem with this idea is two-fold.
First, we now know that in far too many cases these viruses
escape the immune system and take up residence in the body--for a
lifetime. A recent autopsy study of elderly individuals found that
20 percent of the brains contained live measles viruses and 45
percent of the other organs contained live measles viruses. Similar
findings have been described in autistic children and the measles
virus is identical genetically to the one used in the vaccine.
The second problem is that most of these viruses were found to be
highly mutated. In fact, different mutations were found among
viruses in various organs in the same individual.
This has been a secret kept from the public.
These attenuated viruses
undergo mutation brought on by the presence of free radicals in the
tissues and organs and they can mutate into virulent,
Recent studies have
confirmed this frightening finding. In fact, a large percentage of
Alzheimer’s disease patients have live viruses in their brain as
compared to normal individuals.
Once these live viruses are injected, they cannot be removed.
Because the viruses stays in the body, they will be under constant
free radical exposure, which can increase during times of stress,
illness, exercise and with aging. It is the free radicals that cause
the virus to mutate.
In essence, the viruses can exist in the brain, or any organ,
either silently and slowly producing destruction of the brain or
spinal cord or producing sudden disease once the virus mutates to a
highly lethal form.