Measles mystery

26 Jul

About that tip of the iceberg, one person confident, indeed convinced, about that, is Dr Stefan Lanka. (The ‘Dr’ refers to a PhD, not a medical qualification).

He declares: “So for a long time I studied virology, from the end to the beginning, from the beginning to the end, to be absolutely sure that there was no such thing as HIV. And it was easy for me to be sure about this because I realized that the whole group of viruses to which HIV is said to belong, the retroviruses – as well as other viruses which are claimed to be very dangerous – in fact do not exist at all. (

Why does he agree not only with Jan Roberts’ findings about the fraudulent nature of the HIV virus research, but all other bugs we’re taught to be afraid of? “Because none of those ‘viruses’ that claim to make you ill, like smallpox, polio, hepatitis, aids, ebola, measles, mumps, rubella and tic viruses has ever been seen, isolated and proven as existent. State medicine invented these ‘viruses’ in order to conceal vaccination and medication damages. This fact can easily be checked by anyone. There is no publication in scientific literature in which a scientist states and proves that he isolated and characterized the relevant virus out of a sick person. Relevant text books present, with fraudulent intention, models and photographs of cells as ‘viruses’. Any amateur can learn, within a couple of days, the isolating, photographing and characterizing of viruses which exist – and which are all harmless.” (

How then does vaccination appear to have an impact on something like measles? A statistic quoted in some news today suggests vaccines reduce the incidence of measles: “Medical Officer of Health, Dr Richard Hoskins says almost all the 76 confirmed cases have been found in non-immunised people.” He’s referring to an ‘outbreak’ of measles in Auckland, where 76 cases in a population of over a million are being referred to as an “epidemic”. Sounds like a bit of an exaggeration to me…. the very word ‘epidemic’ is loaded with recent history of media scares of various epidemics: SARS, swine flu, bird flu and so on.

Nor do we find out exactly what ‘almost’ means: 75 of the 76? Or 72? Maybe 66? Only 54? Yet every one of those who aren’t among the ‘almost all’ may be ruing a needless jab in the arm – they still got sick.

The question is if there is no such thing as a measles causing virus, how can a measles vaccine have the effect of lowering its incidence? On the other hand, if the vaccine is so necessary, why is it that measles is still found in almost none of the immunised sufferers, and not in exactly none?


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Posted by on July 26, 2011 in Uncategorized


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