I had no idea Ghandi had written and published an entire book about the business of vaccines, the manipulations of how the medical industry gets people to take them, and the importance of taking a stand, even if you’re the only one, against mandatory vaccination. Always a visionary, he wrote this book almost a hundred years ago!
Here’s a link to the entire text of Ghandi’s “A Guide to Health,” translated from Hindi, along with some key quotes and thematic outline.
“After investigating the quote you’ll find that it just scratches the surface of Gandhi’s ideas about the dangers, inefficacy, and malfeasance associated with vaccines and the history of virology. Gandi was one of history’s greatest revolutionaries, and was extremely sensitive to the methods and strategies of control in America and the western world. He realized that the United States medical industry was pushing smallpox and plague vaccination on Indians with only detrimental effects.” ~ from http://endalldisease.com
In researching this post, I also came across an article discussing Ghandi’s most oft-cited “You must be the change you wish to see in the world,” and I found the subtleties of the actual quote worth exploring, especially in context of medical fascism related to mandatory vaccines. I would also include GMO’s, the DARK act, Codex Alimentarius, TPP, TTIP, and geo-engineering in that same category. The following comes from a NY Times Op-Ed submitted by Brian Morton:
“The closest verifiable remark we have from Gandhi is this: ‘If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. As a man changes his own nature, so does the attitude of the world change towards him. … We need not wait to see what others do.'”
… Please click through to the above linked article for Brian’s excellent insights. Due to the TPP now being an actual agreement (as of 10/6/2015) that apparently prohibits even quoting a previously always copyright-free news headline or title, I’ll quote Ghandi, but I’m not quoting anything else from the New York Times here. It’s worth a read, though.
Continued courage, blessings and thanks to those taking a stand for individual’s right to control and to own our own bodies. I find it interesting that both Ghandi and Vandana Shiva are such outspoken critics of the top-down manipulation of the sacred body and the sacred seed. Some things are sacred. The seed. The Elements — Earth, Air, Fire, Water, and Spirit. The Land. The Soul. My body is my temple. I do not consent to desecration. Do you?