THE MUMPS SAVED MY GRANDFATHER’S LIFE
In 1917, my grandfather, 17, lied about his age so he could enlist in the marines and fight in
WWI. (He was supposed to be at least 18). He was assigned to a platoon. A week before he
was to ship out, he came down with the mumps, so naturally, he wasn’t allowed to go. No one in
his platoon ever returned. Hunh, you never know when a virus might just save your life. Do you?
Ever thought that perhaps being exposed to Covid-19 may actually be beneficial to you in the
future? I mean, after all, this is how we evolved; challenging our immune system so that it would
get stronger. We were not all handed a vaccine and told that taking it was the only way to
survive. On the contrary, our immune systems evolved over thousands of years to handle most
viruses. And 99.98% of humanity is handling SARS CoV-2.
Have we made our immune systems weaker than they were by hiding at home all this time,
social distancing and wearing masks? Yes we absolutely have! Children need to be in contact
with germs to build their immune systems for life. All people need exposure to build up immunity
to any virus, and those that will arise from its mutations. When our bodies are exposed to a
pathogen, our bodies automatically create five to six types of antibodies to protect us from the
next mutations and strains that will ultimately arise from the first one. So if you give a virus
enough time, during, say, a lockdown and social distancing, where no one is in contact with the
virus, you will give rise to the next epidemic. That is what is happening right now. The strains
that we see now are in the same family as the first, but by preventing people from being
exposed, we have made everything worse. This is according to top epidemiologists all over the
world that the government refuses to listen to.
So in a sense, something in us has always had to be a fighter to survive.
My grandfather also went on to live through the Spanish Flu epidemic the next year. He never
spoke about it. He told us loads of stories about his adventurous and difficult life. How he built a
business, starting in the year 1929, that is still in operation today. We heard tons of stories
about that. We heard that on his way to work one morning, looking a bit bedraggled since he
worked 16 hour days, he fell down into the gutter having a heart attack at age 47. People
passed him by, thinking he was a drunk. But one nurse knew what was happening and saved
his life. He went on to never smoke another day in his life and lived to be 82.
But the Spanish flu never entered into any of our talks; must not have been too memorable.
Imagine, the largest loss of life on US soil since the Civil War and he never even mentioned it.
And here we are, our society destroyed, reacting to a virus that is no more lethal than the
seasonal flu. The WHO declared this in October. Not to mention, we have been counting the
illnesses and fatalities with a very questionable testing protocol; the PCR test often designates
people who are in the hospital for some other ailment as a covid-19 patient. It indicates that a
healthy person who has no symptoms and feels fine is carrying an infectious virus and needs to
quarantine when they are not contagious in any way. The PCR test has inflated the numbers of
people that are diagnosed with and have died of covid-19. The WHO has admitted three times that the PCR test is too sensitive. And its inventor, who won the Nobel Prize in 1993, but died in