THE POISONED NEEDLE by Eleanor McBean

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To try to prove him wrong, Haley kisses him. The practice of inoculation spread like a noxious weed, from the savage tribes of the forgotten past into the civilizations of Africa, Arabia, Tibet, India and finally into Europe and America. The lymph vessels form a fine network that interpenetrates the connective tissue and covers the entire body. During the same epidemic in Germany , people died of smallpox. Like his son and daughter, Jay is generally more realistic, mild-mannered, and sensible than his partner, Gloria, who is unashamed of the fact Jay is many years her senior. You don't know me. Jack kisses the tickets, then jumps on Fabrizio's back and rides him around the pub.

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ROSE I don't see what all the fuss is about. Is it any wonder the public is getting a little suspicious of us and our vaunted ' medical discoveries? Did he have the combination? ROSE Jack, must you go? Wilson has also referred to House as "Greg". It is only natural that it should do so because the admitted purpose of vaccination is to engraft a mild form of smallpox into the patient. I know that we have a romantic history.

Here we see that at the time when nearly all It took 23, lives in England and Wales and spread over Europe in all the countries where vaccination and inoculation had been practiced on a large scale.

After that the vaccination laws were enforced even more rigidly until the people began to notice that smallpox was not decreasing by this practice but continued to ravage the homes of the vaccinated. During the same epidemic in Germany , people died of smallpox.

All had been vaccinated according to their carefully kept records. In Sheffield, England where 97 per cent of her , inhabitants had been thoroughly and frequently vaccinated for many years a smallpox epidemic swept the city in that caused 7, cases and deaths.

Preceding this, the large manufacturing town of Leicester, England which had been even more thoroughly vaccinated up to the time of the epidemic was the hardest hit of all the communities with over 3, deaths per million in the first year of the epidemic. This completely destroyed their faith in vaccination and the rich and poor alike rejected it and adopted sanitation with the result that smallpox epidemics were soon eliminated from that city.

James, Piccadilly, had been vaccinated. At Hempstead Hospital, up to May 13, , out of 2, admissions for smallpox, 2, had been vaccinated. After these vaccination epidemics, more and more people refused to comply with the unjust vaccination laws and as a result of this and the improvements in sanitation and nutrition, smallpox took a drop and continued to decline until it is rarely seen at the present time. Only three cases of smallpox occurred and these all recovered, but 12 vaccinated individuals died from inflammation of the brain.

This is a common after effect of vaccination. In the same year near Edinburg, Scotland, eight people died of smallpox six of which had been vaccinated while ten died from the effects of the vaccination. It is a matter of record that thousands of the victims of this superstitious rite have been saved from smallpox by the immunizing potency of death. But it is a fact that the official statistics of England and Wales show unmistakably that, while vaccination has killed ten times more people than smallpox, there has been a decrease in smallpox concomitant with the decrease in vaccination.

It might be appropriately asked, in the words of the Vaccination Inquirer London, Feb. Records in all countries show that the so-called, contagious diseases declined quite rapidly with the introduction of sanitation and nutrition reforms, with the exception of smallpox and diphtheria which were kept active by vaccination in a large number of authenticated cases.

The following condensed records from various countries give a cross section of the available evidence that bears out this point. After the limited health improvement programs we find that the plagues and scourges, all declined noticeably except smallpox and respiratory diseases tuberculosis which is a common after effect of vaccination.

Edward Jenner had promised that vaccination would wipe out instead, all other diseases, even the most persistent and deadly more rapidly without any serums than did smallpox with its repeated vaccinations. Around , after the improvements in health due to sanitation and nutrition had had time to be weighed against that of vaccination, most of the people of England began to refuse vaccination, which resulted in a greater decline in smallpox, but in certain cities of India the British government was still able to keep up rigid enforcement.

The following chart shows the high smallpox death-rate in three of these Indian cities as compared to the decreased death-rate in London after the clean up health campaign:.

Although India was reported by the League of Nations as the greatest center of smallpox in the world in it has improved since gaining its freedom from Britain and relaxing its vaccination enforcement program.

This black record could exist only in a country where vaccination laws are rigidly enforced. The Mexican law prescribes:. Employees in commercial, industrial, etc.

In spite of the constant recurrence of smallpox epidemics cultivated by vaccination, this medical dictatorship continues to rule with an iron hand. If the Mexicans were not a hardy people by nature they would have been destroyed by this time reduced to imbecility, by this continuous blood poisoning practice. In Jenner wrote to Dr. In Mexico and Peru the disease is nearly extinct. Even he admits that smallpox was almost unknown when he started his work of destruction.

Today, vaccination has so intensified the development of smallpox that all vaccinated Mexicans have either had it or are in danger of getting it.

Mexico has had the good sense to abolish the barbarous practice of capital punishment and the cruel and useless practice of vivisection which puts that country a step ahead of United States in that respect.

It is to be hoped that those people who fought so hard for freedom and democracy will also be able to throw off the heavy yoke of medical oppression.

Charles Ruta, professor of Materia Medica at Parugia University, Italy, presents some interesting figures comparing the smallpox deaths of the vaccinated soldiers with the women and boys outside the armed services.

Vaccination is stressed in that country which accounts for the high smallpox rate among all ages but more thoroughly enforced in the Army. The boys are inducted at the age of 20 years. The figures show the death-rate from smallpox is about twice as high among men over 20 soldiers as among women of the same age. Ruta traced the records for many years following this published record and the results continued with the same high death-rate among the completely vaccinated soldiers and with the lower death-rate among the rest of the population.

Although England was the first country to adopt compulsory vaccination laws her people soon found it was a disastrous practice and fought to have the law abolished. About the time of the First World War the English people had succeeded enough in resisting the law to notice a considerable decrease in small-pox, aided of course by the sanitation program. Germany and Italy were still trying to enforce vaccination on the entire population. The following chart shows a comparison of the smallpox deaths of the three countries:.

Penalties are provided for infringements. It has not been found possible as yet to enforce vaccination everywhere, and smallpox continues to claim a fair number of victims every year. The last great epidemic broke out in and extended into More than five and a half million persons were vaccinated during these two years, and this completely arrested the spread of the epidemic.

In , the number of cases had gone down to 92 as compared with 7, in and 3, in The epidemic wore itself out in two years and the vaccinators claimed that it was the serum that arrested it. If vaccination could arrest an epidemic at all, it should - certainly do it in less than two years.

If there had been no vaccination at all there would have been a much lower smallpox rate as is proved by world records where the facts are not falsified.

The fact that there was less smallpox the following year was no proof that vaccination curbed it. But in it smallpox caused only 14 cases without deaths. This is undoubtedly due to the vaccination campaign begun at the end of and completed in Approximately 14,, vaccinations were performed, thus reaching practically the whole population. Here we have a number of statements that are hard to reconcile with known facts.

Yet their figures in the second record showed the number of vaccinations exceeded the population. This type of propaganda has a tendency to lull the people into a sense of false security which leaves the real cause of disease unchecked.

The five and a half million vaccinations in were supposed to have brought smallpox under control, yet in only 6 years later the second report tells of a sweeping smallpox epidemic in which 2, were stricken and died. In spite of the 5,, vaccinations in and the 14,, vaccination in and all the vaccinations in the intervening years, including the compulsory vaccinations of all infants, there occurred another larger and more terrible smallpox epidemic in only 6 years after the alleged complete control of smallpox in Egypt.

This sweeping epidemic continued for two years, aggravated, of course, by the meddling vaccinators. By the end of , 7, cases had been reported of which 1, had died. Where is the remarkable success of vaccination boasted of by the medical faction of the League of Nations?

In their monthly Epidemiological Report RE dated Nov 15, , this one time great organization revealed its biased confusion on health matters by stating:. After smallpox vaccination was found to be so financially profitable doctors and serum manufacturers, serums for other diseases were invented and enforced with the same financial increase but also with the same decrease in the elimination of the disease.

Diphtheria is one of the most notable examples of this. The following table is one of the many records that show how the unvaccinated diseases declined more rapidly than those that were supposed to be wiped out or controlled by vaccines.

This report was compiled before serums were invented for the other diseases shown. Ages, between birth and 15 years. Here we see that measles decreased If left alone it would have declined at the same rate as the others, or even faster because it was the least prevalent. But according to this report of the Ministry of Health, the record shows it to have increased to the second most deadly of the children killers with its deaths per million, while whooping cough was only slightly higher with deaths.

Another report issued by the British Ministry of Health gives the diphtheria death-rate from among 4,, children who were not immunized.

It gives a five year period to in which the diphtheria death-rate declined from cases in down to 63 in What caused this phenomenal drop of 87 per cent in only five years when the record of immunized children showed a decline of only 88 per cent in an 87 year period of immunization?

The credit cannot be claimed by the serum makers because these children were not "protected"? The Ministry of Health attributed the rapid decline of the other diseases, to improvements in sanitation, nutrition, housing, education and social conditions, but diphtheria and smallpox were claimed to have declined because of "prophylactics.

Although France had rejected immunization after seeing the disasters that followed its use she was pressured into submitting to it after German occupation. By most of the French children had been inoculated after which the diphtheria incidence rose to 13, by the end of that year. By , diphtheria had increased to 46, At the beginning of the Second World War immunization was made compulsory in Germany and the diphtheria rate soared up to , cases while in unvaccinated Norway there were only 50 cases.

Space in this chapter does not permit the reviewing of the numerous records that condemn immunization. The over-all picture for United States has been toward a steady decline in smallpox since the gradual abandonment of vaccination laws in the various states. Only a few of the more backward states and some of the medically dominated institutions and businesses still impose compulsory vaccination laws on the people.

In when vaccination was endorsed by the majority, the death-rate from smallpox was 2, By , vaccination disasters had caused it to lose favor to such an extent that the smallpox death-rate dropped down to The serum makers used the frenzy of the First World War to work up a nation wide vaccination campaign that raised the smallpox death-rate up to and by it had increased to When the people began to notice that the vaccinated were the ones who suffered the worst from smallpox and flu an after effect of vaccination they lost faith in it to a large extent and by the deaths dropped down to where it has been fluctuating every since.

In contrast to our diminished smallpox rate under optioned vaccination we have an excellent example of compulsory vaccination in our U. In a 10 year period 24,, vaccinations were given which resulted in 75, deaths. Before vaccination was introduced the highest death-rate in the Philippines, even during epidemics was only 10 per cent of the population. After many years of thorough vaccination and re-vaccination the death-rate rose to 74 per cent which is the highest in history.

In United States when vaccination was indifferently accepted, the death rate from smallpox was only , while in the Philippines under strict vaccination enforcement the death-rate from this cause was 18, In in vaccinated Italy, the smallpox death-rate was 12, as compared to only in United States during the same period. In spite of these cold facts and thousands of others like them, the promoters of vaccines insist that vaccination has been a blessing to the world and has reduced disease.

Inoculate for small-pox Inoculate for mumps; Inoculate for typhoid For colds and nervous slumps; Inoculate with cow pus And germs of every brand Inoculate with monkey glands To make us young again.

But one fine day the laity Will move in self-defence To inoculate the doctors With a little common sense. It often heppens that the universal belief of one age - a belief which no one was, not without an extraordinary effort of genius and courage could, at that time be free - becomes to a subsequent age se palpable an absurdity that the only difficulty, then, is to imagine how such a thing can ever have appeared credible.

From its inception down to the present time vaccination has been denounced as dangerous , disease producing and even deadly, by all thinking doctors who have investigated the facts and have had the courage to voice them. Consumption follows in the wake of vaccination as certainly as effect follows cause.

It does introduce into the system, and therefore contributes to the spread of, tuberculosis, cancer and even leprosy. It tends to make more virulent epidemics of smallpox and to make them more extensive. It does just what inoculation did - cause the spread of disease. Kalb, Royal Examiner of Statistics for Bavaria, states:. In this single year, 3, vaccinated people died of smallpox; the total number attacked exceeded 29, Personally, I contracted smallpox less than six months after a most severe re-vaccination.

This doctor was in the vaccination business; his livelihood depended on it and he wanted to believe in it. In Trinidad where vaccination was compulsory he had ample opportunity to observe the full effects of it on a large scale, yet he voluntarily denounced the practice as a failure.

Carter of London reports:. I believed that if it did not absolutely prevent it in every case, it modified the disease in some cases, and I believed that re-vaccination, if only frequent enough, gave absolute immunity. Experience has driven all that out of my head; I have seen vaccinated persons get smallpox, and persons who had been vaccinated get smallpox, and I have seen those who had had smallpox get it a second time and die of it.

I have studied the question of vaccination conscientiously for 45 years. As for vaccination as a preventative of disease, there is not a scrap of evidence in its favor.

Injection of virus into the pure bloodstream of the people does not prevent Smallpox. Rather, it tends to increase its epidemics and makes the disease more deadly.

Of this we have indisputable proof. In our country U. The true figures on vaccination for smallpox have never gotten before the public, though they can be seen in the files of the various departments of the Army as well as the government, if one cares to look for them. If the record of vaccination in the Philippines alone were ever to become a matter of general knowledge it would finish vaccination in the whole country, at least among those who are able to read and think for themselves.

After three years of the most rigid vaccination, when every Philippino had been vaccinated from one to six times, there occurred the severest epidemic of smallpox that the Islands had ever seen, with a death-rate running in places to over 70 per cent, and in all, well over 60, deaths.

Is it any wonder the public is getting a little suspicious of us and our vaunted ' medical discoveries? Alfred Russell Wallace D. It is my firm conviction that vaccination has been a curse instead of a blessing to the race.

Every physician knows that cutaneous pertaining to the skin diseases have increased in frequency, severity, and variety to an alarming extent.

To what is this increase owing? Contagion may account for some of the varieties; in a large majority, however, to no medium of transmission is the wide spread dissemination of this class of diseases so largely indebted as to vaccination. Ripley, of Unionville, Connecticut, stated in a public address delivered in New Britain, Connecticut:. The fears of the people have been played upon as to the dangers of smallpox and the sure prevention by vaccination, until nearly the whole civilized world has become physically corrupted by its practice.

SCROFULA , that hydra-headed monster of pathology, whose ramifications extend into and complicate nearly all the diseases that flesh is heir to, and whose victims are as the sands of the seashore in number, is one of the oldest children of vaccine poisoning.

The action of the people in this case is a very natural one; but let me tell you that where tile bite of a mad dog has caused death in one case, the mad doctor with his calf-lymph and poisoned needle has caused tens of thousands of deaths. It is the boldest and most impious attempt to mar the works of God that has been attempted for ages.

The stupid blunder of doctor-craft has wrought all the evil that it ought, and it is time that free American citizens arise in their might and blot out the whole blood-poisoning business. The following public confession was made by J.

I know whereof I affirm, for I, too, must plead guilty of the charge. Before discovering my mistake I had vaccinated more than 3, victims, ignorantly supposing the disease I was propagating to be a preventative of smallpox. Having taken for granted what my teachers had asserted, I was a staunch believer in the alleged efficacy of vaccination as a prophylactic against smallpox.

I remained in this blind and blissful state of ignorance for several years, and not until I acquired a little experience in the school of observation and reflection did I discover that my faith was pinned to a shameful fraud. At that time smallpox made its appearance in this city and soon attained the proportions of an epidemic. At the outbreak of the disease more vaccinations were ordered by the Department of Health and I was officially appointed Public Vaccinator.

My duty was to go from house to house and vaccinate all persons who could not present recent vaccination scars on their bodies, and to re-vaccinate all those who could not give assurance of having been vaccinated within a period of two years.

Much to the disgust of the people, and more my own surprise and chagrin, I was confronted with a large number of cases of vaccinal erysipelas , as well as several cases of phlegmonous axillary abscesses following as results of vaccination. I then began a careful study of the relations existing between smallpox and vaccination, with the ultimate result that I was forced to entirely abandon all faith in the medical dogma of vaccinal protection against smallpox.

During the epidemic, I had under my inspection 28 smallpox patients, all of whom, with one exception, had been ' successfully ' vaccinated.

Several of these patients had been re-vaccinated before contracting the disease. After a thorough investigation of the statistics of smallpox epidemiology collected ffrom various parts of the world, I was treated to another great surprise, namely, the world's greatest statisticians on smallpox and vaccination fully corroorated the experience that I had met with in the Lockport epidemic.

I had heard only the "expert" one-sided testimony of the pro-vaccinists. I knew but one side of the question and was like the one of whom John Stuart Mill spoke, when he mid:. It is easy to be carried away by the beauty of an ideal or entranced by the overwhelming appeal of a pet delusion. We hav, had much to learn but even more to unearn.

Many think they are thinking constructively when they are merely rearranging their prejudices. It has been claimed, by an unenlightened few, that vaccination is based on scientific principles and is of comparatively recent origin. But these claims have been proved false, first, because inoculation was practiced and abandoned as useless by primitive tribes many centuries ago, and second because Jenner and the modern experimenters in vaccination were not scientists and did not test and prove their theories by any scientific criteria before launching the hazarduous practice on the public.

For many years Edward Jenner was acclaimed a hero for what was thought to be his discovery of cow-pox vaccination. But this dubious honor was later admitted to belong to Benjamin Jesty , whom all the chroniclers name as the one responsible for the original discovery of cow-pox inoculation.

Before we trace the ancient history of vaccination let us review some of the outstanding authorities who recognized that:. Gernerd in his book " The Vaccination Imposture" says:. They stand alone in modern legislation as a gross interference with personal liberty and the sanctity of the home; while as an attempt to cheat outraged nature, and to avoid a symotic disease without getting rid of the foul conditions that produce or propagate it, the practice of vaccination is utterly opposed to the whole teaching of sanitary science, and is one of those terrible blunders which, in their far-reaching evil consequences, are worse than the greatest of crimes.

Among our best authoritative sources of information are the actual government records showing the. The report of Dr. The mean annual smallpox mortality to 10, population from to was at the rate of only 2. Other authorities and numerous records and case histories showing the failure of vaccination are given elsewhere in this book. The truly great minds of the world recognize the balanced economy of nature and know that when the chemistry of the body is thrown out of balance by faulty nutrition and other causes, toxins accumulate and the entire physical organism marshals its healing forces in an effort to meet the emergency and make adjustment to the condition.

This healing effort may be expressed in many ways, such as accelerated circulation and fever , disturbed breathing, intensified bowel elimination diarrhea and mucous discharges to expel poisons, eruptions , swelling of lymphatic glands such as the tonsils to handle the overload of toxic waste, pain , indicating the presence of irritants, etc. All this display of the vital energy at work to restore normalcy, is interpreted by the average physician, as disease and something to interfere with by giving poison drugs, vaccines and crippling operations.

Oliver Wendell Holmes , one of the few enlightened physicians expressed this point in one powerful sentence when he said:. When we read of primitive witch doctors experimenting with inoculation by rubbing the pus from the diseased into scratches on the body of the well , we look upon it with tolerance because they did not have enough knowledge about physiology to understand that nature does not produce health by contaminating the blood stream with filth.

Vaccination has been a tragic failure because it is based on the false theory that disease is a ruthless enemy that must be fought and killed by poison drugs or outwitted by supposedly implanting anti-bodies from vaccines into the blood stream. These mythical anti-bodies are said to make war on disease germs. But germs are not the cause of disease in the first place and are useful wherever they are found in nature, whether they are serving as scavengers working on the decaying waste products, or whether they are helping with the decomposing and renewing of cell structure that takes place continually, they are inseparably a part of the great pattern of pulsating life.

For detailed, scientific experiments proving the importance and nature of germs, bacteria, microbes, etc. As has been stated before, disease is a cleansing effort of the body in its attempt to rid itself of excess poisons, waste matter, obstructions, and incompatible food.

Germs do not attack from without; they develop within the cells themselves when the need for them occurs. The whole framework of vaccination is based on the misconception that germs cause disease and must be counteracted with vaccines. But this procedure can bring no other result than harm. No tubercular men were inducted into the Army. It was after the blood poisoning vaccinations at camp that diseases of every description developed.

Then the men were invalided home by the thousands and dumped on society as physical and mental wrecks. Many of these men had never been in battle nor had even left American soil. Edward Jenner inoculated his 18 months old son with swine-pox, on November and again in April, with cow-pox.

The boy was never very well after that and died of tuberculosis at the age of Jenner vaccinated James Phipps, a boy about eight years old, with the matter taken from the hand of a dairymaid infected with casual cow-pox. After waiting six weeks Jenner inoculated this boy on both arms with smallpox matter, taken from the arm of a boy with smallpox.

Several months later Phipps was again inoculated with the variolous matter smallpox pus but no effect was produced. James Phipps was declared immune to smallpox but be too, died of tuberculosis at the age of He was recently inoculated for smallpox, I believe for the 20th time, and all without effect. As was previously stated, neither Jenner, with all his fanfare and praise, nor the obscure Jesty, was the discoverer of inoculation. It was a "carry-over" from very ancient times when superstitious fear and guess-work dominated the healing field.

The period of its discovery can only be conjectured It is even stated that the ancient Hindus employed a vaccine, which they prepared by the transmission of the smallpox virus through a cow. This common practice of disease transmission of both ancient and modern tunes, undoubtedly, has a strong relationship to the plagues and epidemics that sweep those countries where vaccination is still practiced.

If this method of disease prevention had ever been successful, smallpox would have been eliminated from the world centuries ago, but smallpox persists in localities where vaccination is compulsory and declines where it is abandoned in favor of sanitation and hygienic measures. The practice of inoculation spread like a noxious weed, from the savage tribes of the forgotten past into the civilizations of Africa, Arabia, Tibet, India and finally into Europe and America.

It was freely performed by nurses, who inoculated infants, entrusted to their care, without the knowledge of the parents. One William Allen, then 99 years old, said inoculation had been known and used during his entire lifetime, and he well remembered his mother stating that it had been commonly done all her life, and that she got smallpox that way. Five years later, on the insistence of the medical faculties, this decree was rescinded and by the latter part of the 18th century inoculation was again commonly practiced in that country.

Three of these died as a result, and the custom was abandoned for some time. It soon fell into disfavor, however, because of the many deaths in Berlin from smallpox, as a result of it.

After many years of diligent medical propagandizing, the doctors were able to get the people to accept it again. Believe not in vaccination, it is a world-wide delusion, an unscientific practice, a fatal superstition with consequences measured today by tears and sorrow without end. Among the Greeks and Romans smallpox was unknown until it was carried there by the inoculators from other countries.

In America, inoculation for smallpox appears to have been first introduced in by Cotton Mathe r, a clergyman. His method was that of taking a toothpick and dipping it into the pus from a pustule of a smallpox patient and smearing it into a scratch on the arm of a well person. He inoculated persons during the first six months of his experimentation.

Six of them died from poisoning, six had no apparent reaction at the time and the rest suffered reactions of varying intensity. Clements, "and for a time his life was in danger. This incident encited strong opposition to inoculation, in this country. A public meeting was called in Boston where the practice was deprecated as causing the death of many persons. In the meeting the following resolution was agreed upon and published by the public authorities:. We observe, here, that the Founding Fathers of this country were intelligent men who were vitally concerned with the health and welfare of the people whom they governed.

Although this was years before our revolution, these same men, no doubt, played a part in shaping the destiny of this country. This was also before the medical association got its strangle hold on the health of our people and prostituted the art of healing to the business of making money without giving "full value received". Those leaders with ideals and high purposes were not able to hold the gilted-edge vaccination monster at bay very long. The high pressure "tactics" of the serum promoters finally corrupted the minds of the people and they were induced to submit to full scale vaccination in many states.

America, today, is unfortunately, one of the most lucrative fields for medical exploitation. Our Constitution promises the people freedom but the enslavement of compulsory vaccination hounds the employees and personnel of our tax supported institutions such as Civil Service, county and state hospitals and institutions, state colleges, military service, many public schools and some entire states.

There is absolutely no proof of benefits from vaccination and no sound basis for its compul. Other countries have learned the fallacy of vaccination and discarded it as worthless and deadly. What are these so-called, scientific facts? Where are they if any? Medical history discusses many theories and hypotheses , but it describes no scientific facts. The testament from medical history itself proves that smallpox increased tremendously after the enforcement of vaccination and at the present time there are far more deaths and diseases from vaccination itself than from the diseases the vaccinations are supposed to prevent.

Figures and case histories to support this statement are given elsewhere in this book and in many other books on vaccination. Lady Mary Wortly Montague was said to have been the one who introduced inoculation into England in after she returned from the Orient in Turkey, where her husband was an ambassador. Inoculation was in its popular experimental stage there at that time. The custom had probably been taken by the Arabs into Africa, notably, those countries near the Red Sea.

From there it may have been taken into Europe by way of the Bosphorus. When Lady Montague spoke of this practice of arm-to-arm inoculation to Jenner he said:. They say that if a person takes the cowpox from the cow, he will never after have smallpox. Now cowpox is smallpox of the cow. Cowpox is not infectious; a person once having cowpox will never have smallpox afterwards, and there are no dangerous results to be anticipated, as there are with arm-to-arm inoculations.

All these claims have been refuted by scientific findings, but as Jenner was not a scientist he was satisfied to accept the opinions and superstitions of unlearned dairymaids. Science has later presented sound proof that cowpox is not the same as smallpox and does not protect from smallpox or even from cowpox. Space will not permit the quoting of all the qualified authorities who brought forth evidence that cowpox has no relation to smallpox and cannot immunize against it. A few will show the trend in this direction.

He reports Sir Thomas Watson the distinguished surgeon and a believer in vaccination who said:. In no sense does it own its origin to smallpox. There is no such relation between the two. The true attitude of cowpox towards smallpox is an attitude of antagonism. In his "Principles and Practice of Medicine" , p. A quiescent malady may be lighted into activity by vaccination. This has happened with congenital syphilis , also with tuberculosis.

When Jenner promised the world that his cowpox vaccinations would give lifetime immunity "with no dangerous results" as with the usual inoculations, he admitted that inoculation had always been accompanied with danger that all recognized.

Regarding the increased death-rate due to vaccination, Herbert Spencer states in his Facts and Comments: I propose to show that there the matter does not end. The interference with the order of Nature has various sequences other than those counted upon. Some have been made known. It is clear that far more were killed by these other diseases than were saved from smallpox. Vaccination was made compulsory in England in Judging by the data from the above quoted Parliamentary Return, it would appear that after 27 years of enforced vaccination, the death rate increased only among the vaccinated diseases.

The decline in deaths from other causes was, no doubt, brought about by the improvement in sanitation and nutrition that came into prominence about that time. It was around that Sylvester Graham, Dr. Trall and other pioneers of the new health movement emphasized the importance of correct nutrition and through this teaching they helped raise the health standards that saved many lives. If vaccination had not been persisted in, the great improvements in sanitation and nutrition would have had a better chance to eliminate disease.

Merle Tucker Barry Corbin is Cameron's father. He first appeared in the episode " The Last Walt. Later in the episode, it is revealed that Jay Mitchell's father and Merle dislike each other. Cameron and Mitchell each believe that their father is the stronger of the two.

It is made known that Merle wishes that the man his son lives with was, "A little bit of a woman. She first appeared in the episode " Fulgencio.

She reveals that she never liked Jay and wants to name Joe after her husband and father Fulgencio Umberto. Sonia Ramirez Stephanie Beatriz is Gloria's sister. She appears to be wanting to get out of Colombia after a flood occurred there and later at Joe's christening, she and Gloria get into a fight over how Jay originally liked Sonia, not Gloria.

She returns in " Valentine's Day 4: Twisted Sister ", she visits her sister and her family and tries to make a move on Jay, because she is still infatuated with him.

She then tries to get Gloria out of the picture and when Jay tells Gloria, she doesn't believe him. Jay goes to his room to apologize to Sonia and then she tries to make a move on him there, only to be heard via a baby monitor and then Gloria enters and realizes Jay was right and the sisters resume fighting over him.

In "Farm Strong", she comes for a visit from the farm and Mitchell and Cameron are afraid to tell her that they are getting married because they do not want to hurt her feelings of her still being single and because Cameron claims that Pam is very sensitive. Lily is the one who finally tells her. Pam seems extremely happy with the news and shares her own news with them; she is engaged to Cameron's first crush, Bo Johnson.

Cameron gets really upset hearing that and Pam tells him that no one in the family wanted to tell him because he is too sensitive and they were protecting him, something that contradicts Cameron's earlier assertion and makes Cameron even more upset. When the whole family gathers at Jay and Gloria's house, Cameron wants to prove that he is not that sensitive as Pam accuses him to be and asks everyone to tell him things they were hiding from him because they were trying to protect him.

Everyone says their part and Cameron, as much as he tries not to break down in tears, after hearing Lily admitting that she pretends to fall asleep when he reads to her so he can leave her alone, breaks down in tears and finishes locking himself in the bathroom.

Mitchell and Pam go to comfort him, and Pam tells him that he may have difficulty with bad news, but everyone always wants to share good news with him because he would always appreciate it. In "Frank's wedding", she comes to visit and auditions for a modeling job. By the end of the episode, it is revealed that she is looking for jobs, so that she can better take care of herself, as she is revealed to be pregnant, which is hidden by her body and weight.

She goes into labor at the house and has her baby. Dylan Marshall Reid Ewing , sometimes called "D-Money" by Phil, is Haley's on-and-off boyfriend, a senior in high school who plays guitar and sings in a band and has no plans for college. He is often put into awkward situations by Phil, who wishes for the two to be friends.

He also sometimes reveals a sort-of attraction to Claire, when he gives her a rose on Valentine's Day, saying that "every mom should look as tasty as you when they're old. Claire strongly dislikes him, to the point of trying to introduce other boys to Haley just so that they break up or don't get back together.

He loves the confidence Haley gets from being part of such a loving family and does not mind hanging around during family get togethers. The song was about sex and most of the family were surprised by the suggestive lyrics, but it became stuck in all of their heads the next day.

Dylan temporarily leaves the cast to work on a ranch after Haley rejects his marriage proposal in the first episode of season three, " Dude Ranch ". In the episode " Virgin Territory ", Alex reveals that Haley had lost her virginity to Dylan before they broke up; she told Claire three months earlier, but not Phil. In the episode "Disneyland," Dylan reveals he lost his job on the ranch and moved back to California, taking a job at Disneyland as a Dapper Dan. He and Haley get back together to Claire's dismay and to Phil's delight.

In the season Finale, "Baby on Board," Haley discovers she was accepted to college. She and Dylan maintain their relationship, and Dylan lives with the Dunphys for a few months. In Season 4, Dylan is invited to move in with Cam and Mitch after his work as a limo driver led him to their Valentine's Day party some of their friends invited Dylan to stay for the party, and Cam offered him at some point to stay at their house , but he ends up getting fired and, while Cam and Mitch separately tell him he can stick around, Lily angrily tells him he isn't welcome there and yells at him until he leaves the house.

In season 8 he gets married to a doctor and has 3 kids much to Haley's dismay as she feels she lost her "romantic safety net". Sal Elizabeth Banks is Mitch and Cameron's wild, partying, boozy friend from their younger years in the s. In the episode " Great Expectations " she becomes very jealous of the attention Lily had been getting and threatens to kill her multiple times. In the episode " Best Men ", she gets married and enlists Cam and Mitch to be the best men at the wedding.

However, in the episode, " The Wedding Part 1 " she tells them that she got divorced and she is obviously pregnant. Sal had declared herself the officiator of the wedding while Cam and Mitch were trying to have intervention about her drinking.

In " The Wedding Part 2 " Sal's water breaks in the middle of the first ceremony. She convinces her new boyfriend of four months who believes he is the father that when a baby comes so early, sometimes it is black.

It eventually transpires in " Fight or Flight " that Sal's baby is white and she is raising the baby alone, having presumably split from the man she was seeing at the time of Mitch and Cameron's wedding. When Mitch, Cam, Pepper and friends throw her a baby shower, she is seen to be far more mature and responsible, due to the birth of her baby, despite everyone fearing the worst when she disappears in the middle of the party. Although he was referred to in the pilot episode and several times thereafter throughout the first season, Pepper first appeared on camera in the second season.

In "Earthquake", both Mitch and Cam hate going to Pepper's yearly party and they decide to try and skip it this time. Since an earthquake happened, they say that Mitch has a sprained ankle and that stuff is broken all over the house as an excuse. Really though, none of their stuff had got broken in the earthquake, but Pepper invited himself over to their house to help. Not long after Pepper comes in, he starts to feel bad because Mitch told him that he does not want to go to the parties because he gets jealous because of Pepper and Cam.

He helps plan Mitchell and Cam's wedding. Bethenny Artemis Pebdani is a friend of Claire Dunphy's. In "Disneyland", it is revealed that she has a nephew, Ethan, whom Claire invites to go to Disneyland with the rest of the family because she wants her daughter Haley to fall for him. Although he was first mentioned in the "Pilot", he made his first on-screen appearance in "Dance Dance Revelation". He sprays Phil with cologne on the face, and Phil, who is very upset, grabs the cologne bottle and goes off on Longines with about a dozen good spritzes to the face, even chasing him around the store.

Mitch and Cam soon leave the place leaving Claire with a man called Julian. Mitch and Cam believe that Julian is Longines' date, but Longines tells them via Mitch's cellphone that he's not his date, he's his trainer, and he's also straight. In "Snip", after Mitch starts thinking that Cam has to search for a new job, Longines says that he has a vacant at his clothing store, and asks Cam if he wants the job.

He finally accepts it, but a friend of Longines', Jeoux, calls out Mitch and Longines' devious plan of giving the job to Cam and he walks out very upset. He has appeared in the episodes Treehouse and Boys' Night. In Boy's Night it was mentioned he has a thing for older men and was temporarily infatuated with Jay.

He first appeared in the episode " Boys' Night ", where Luke goes over to his house to retrieve their ball which had flown into his yard.

Phil and Claire find out and are not pleased with Luke because they feel that Walt is not very nice. They then go over to his house to interrogate him and he snaps at them and tells them to keep Luke.

The next morning, Luke reprimands Walt for not being nice to his parents and they could not hang out. Walt then makes things up by generously giving Claire and Phil onions from his garden and tells them that he used to be a fireman, so he never hurts kids and he becomes friends with the Dunphys through his friendship with Luke.

In " Lifetime Supply ", he comes over to the Dunphy house with Luke to play video games and upon entering tells Gloria to win a war some time and then they Americans would start talking like her. He then plays with Luke and beats him, due to Phil constantly staring at Luke.

Phil asks Walt if he thinks about death and Walt replies that he's 85 and death is his roommate. He then leaves to go change his oxygen tank. In " Election Day ", he comes to attend Claire's election vote as Phil was given the task of driving 50 senior citizens to the polls to vote for Claire, but only managed to bring Walt and he kept needing things: This results in the polls closing and Phil gets only one extra vote for Claire instead of fifty.

In " The Last Walt ", it was revealed that Walt died from a heart attack. Luke decided he want to inherit Walt's television which he does. It was also revealed that Walt had a daughter whom he became estranged from and he had never fixed his estrangement from her.

Ethan is the nephew of Bethenny, Claire Dunphy's friend, whom Claire invites to go to Disneyland with the family in "Disneyland". Claire invites him because she wants Haley to fall for him and completely get over Dylan, who had moved to Wyoming in "Dude Ranch". Haley, adamant that she wasn't going to babysit him, quickly changes her opinion after meeting him, much to Claire's delight. Much to Claire's chagrin, Dylan shows up at Disneyland completely unannounced.

He rushes off after running into them, and Haley realizes that she still likes Dylan. So she ditches Ethan, leaving Alex with Ethan, another thing that Claire did not like. Ethan has a lot in common with Alex, possibly developing a crush on her. Ethan and Dylan get into a minor scuffle. At the end of the day, Haley eventually dumps Ethan, Ethan leaves with some friends he ran into, and Haley and Dylan get back together.

Phil is often seen on camera lamenting over constantly coming second to Gil in many real estate competitions. He makes his second appearance on the show in the episode " Career Day ", where he shows up for Career Day in Luke and Manny's class during Phil's presentation. Seeing Claire's visible frustration at being a housewife, he offers her a position on his real estate team. He is known for his energetic, lively, and harassing personality as well as his tendency to use his own name in replacement of words in conversation e.

It is revealed his daughter is a student in Luke and Manny's class. In " The Feud ," he returns, beating Phil at a real estate contest, but Luke wrestles against Thorpe's son. Luke ends up losing to Gil's son in the wrestling match. He is extremely friendly and cordial and refuses to use any sort of "bad language.

He's like Phil only I have to pay for him. He talks about his long-time girlfriend who is in the Coast Guard in Utah, but she breaks up with him in " The Wedding Part 1 ". Haley discovers that she has been keeping Andy "on the hook" for the last 7 years as they have been on-again off-again and she does not treat Andy the way he treats her. His father died of cancer when he was 14, as explained in "The Help".

Haley begins to appreciate Andy's demeanor and treatment of women in " Other People's Children " and tries to perhaps start a relationship with him in the episodes " The Wedding Part 1 " and " The Wedding Part 2 ". However, Alex convinces Haley that she is not that into him and she stops her pursuit as Andy was ready to jump into it.

Afterwards, Andy drives away, perhaps to his flight to see his ex-girlfriend. Andy also becomes a quick friend to the Dunphy family. They agree that it's better they stay friends, however Haley gets upset when Andy claims that if they had kissed she wouldn't be able to get over him.

To try to prove him wrong, Haley kisses him. Andy is unaffected by this but Haley has a smitten look afterwards. In the episode " Queer Eyes, Full Hearts ", Haley helps Andy get a job as Phil's assistant and Andy helps her prepare for an interview with a fashion designer.

During the episode they seem completely platonic and it is also revealed that Andy is back together with Beth. In the episode " Connection Lost ", Claire assumes by mistake that Haley and Andy had gotten married. At the end of the episode, Haley mentions to Andy that she wasn't looking for a serious relationship at the moment, which appeared to disappoint him. In the Season 6 finale " American Skyper ", Andy reveals to Phil that he already had the engagement ring that he had been saving up for, but is hesitant to propose to Beth because he's still confused about the feelings he has for someone else.

Phil advises him to propose to Beth, but later finds out that Andy had feeling's for Haley, who was also in love with Andy. The episode ends with Phil attempting to tell Andy and Haley that they loved each other, but failing to do so, as Andy leaves the house to propose to Beth at a beach he liked. In season 8, he and Haley broke up because of a long distance relationship. Rhonda is a friend of Luke and Manny. In "iSpy", she, Luke, Manny and some other friends of theirs mostly boys make a movie about zombies.

Claire wants to help him to score with her, so she helps Rhonda to dress more like a girl and be beautiful, as she always wears very dirty and manly clothes.

Luke is not really happy with that because he preferred her the way she was and asks Claire to "fix" her. However, the two are later seen dancing together, so he may really like the new Rhonda. They had formed their closet company, Closet-fornia, and the business became successful. One day, Jay came into work and Earl's desk had been cleared out. He had badmouthed Jay to half their rolodex, and Jay had to start all over.

In the present, it turns out Manny met Earl's granddaughter Sophie in his theater group and she is now his new girlfriend. This makes Jay mad when, after showing a new idea of his for work, he finds out that his rival is her grandfather.

Gloria organizes a dinner for the two men so they can work things out, but they soon start disputing again. Earl is also angered to hear that his granddaughter is groping his rival's stepson. Earl goes to Jay and Gloria's house because he thinks the rivalry between him and Jay is getting way out of control, and wants to do something to work it out. Manny then enters and introduces himself; Earl asks if this is "the stud who's been groping [his] Sophie," and Manny tries to assure him that there's nothing untoward between Manny and Sophie.

Earl laughs and tells Manny he "believes" him maybe, maybe not. Earl sees the box that Jay had shown earlier to Manny, Gloria, and Sophie, and Earl says he thinks he'll call it the Sock 'n Roll, takes the box and leaves. Jay shouts at him "The hell you are! Earl reappears in " The Closet Case " where Mitchell has been called to work for him in a consultant job. Earl tricks Mitchell into thinking that Earl wants to bury the hatchet with Jay.

A van pulls up in front of Jay's house and Jay sees what has happened. That night, Jay and Mitchell break into Earl's office and Earl catches them; Mitchell is disgusted at Earl for tricking him.

Earl and Jay start fighting again and later in Jay's car, Mitchell returns his father's old rolodex to him. This gesture makes Jay very happy; Mitchell snuck it out of Earl's office while he and Jay had their ten-minute fight. Earl reappears in " The Cover-Up " where it turns out that he is leaving horrible comments on Jay's new webshow.

Jay and Manny track Earl down to his house and, with help from Alex, find out that he's the one doing it. After a brief fight, Earl suggests that he and Jay could make their collective show, to which Jay refuses. Earl briefly reappears in "Halloween 4: He fights with Jay, who is dressed as Jesus and who asked Manny to steal a picture from Earl's mansion.

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