To Orwell Today,

Dear Jackie,

I was very curious about the smallpox vaccine, so I found a government website pertaining to smallpox vaccine facts. The url is as follows:

SMALLPOX VACCINE OVERVIEW, Center for Disease Control (CDC), Atlanta, Georgia

Here is a very interesting quote:

The Smallpox Vaccine:

"...The smallpox vaccine helps the body develop immunity to smallpox. The vaccine is made from a virus called vaccinia which is a "pox"-type virus related to smallpox. The smallpox vaccine contains the "live" vaccinia virus—not dead virus like many other vaccines. For that reason, the vaccination site must be cared for carefully to prevent the virus from spreading. Also, the vaccine can have side effects (see the section "Smallpox Vaccine Safety" in this fact sheet). The vaccine does not contain the smallpox virus and cannot give you smallpox..."

So, logically speaking, if a vaccine does not contain smallpox, but a different virus in the same sort of "family", then the body's immune system will develop immunity to the virus contained in the vaccine. After all, if someone is injected with influenza, a virus related to the 30-40 or so viruses we suffer from when we catch colds, we would not be immunized to the cold. This makes no sense at all... and maybe I'm the only sane person right now.

Nick Burd

Greetings Nick,

You're right, it makes no sense and it isn't even hidden. It's right there on their website for all the world to see and figure out. "Aye, there's the rub" (in other words, "that's the problem"). Or, as Orwell said, "Until they become conscious they will never rebel, and until after they have rebelled they cannot become conscious" when describing we proles.

All the best,
Jackie Jura

PS - If you haven't already you can read some smallpox information in the BIOLOGICAL/CHEMICAL WARFARE section of my webiste.

Jackie Jura
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