Another elephant is that research doesn’t normally measure the overall effect on health. Vaccines suppress the immune system for two to three months, so vaccinated people are more likely to catch some other illness. The only valid, meaningful endpoint. For a study should be overall reduction of illness. But all the studies I’ve seen with this endpoint show that vaccines increase overall sickness, even though they do reduce flu incidence.

In third-world populations, the proper endpoint is overall mortality. Again, the studies I’ve seen are that vaccines do not reduce overall mortality and morbidity, even though they may reduce the incidence of the vaccinate-targeted illness. In other words, when you don’t have enough to eat and don’t have clean water, something will get you, the vaccine just changes the cause of death.