Shrine of the Holy Syringe: Praying for Herd Immunity
Rima E. Laibow, MD
Medical Director, Natural Solutions Foundation.com December 23, 2020
I get emails from something called Quora.com where people ask questions about lots of things and get answers from members of the community. For a long time I was blocked from writing answers and then, when questions about the COVID-19 vaccines started showing up, I was suddenly unblocked. I have no idea why, but I’ll take it.
Now that I have answered some questions on vaccines, I get emails that ask me to respond to similar ones. Today I got an email asking if I could respond to the following question: “What is the best metaphor for describing the importance of herd immunity to people who are still on the fence about taking a vaccine?”
Could I respond to that? Oh, YES!, Oh, YES!
Herd immunity is a myth, proposed to relate to large herds of animals, disproven for them and never, ever, correctly applied to humans.
Herd immunity was supposed to emerge, according to the anti-science Vaccinologists, worshippers at the Shrine of the Syringe, when 67% if the population was vaccinated. Then 75%. Then 80%, then 85%, then 90%, then 95% and now 98%.
Wait! What? Herd immunity is not real and is part of the elaborate bill of goods that we are being sold about vaccines.
The good news, though, is that all vaccines are unavoidably unsafe with the exception of the new mRNA vaccines which, once you refuse them as experimental drugs under the Emergency Use Authorization approval, can be freely refused.
Of course, you have the right to refuse the others, too, but the FDA did not put up a page explicitly giving you that right on the others, as they have done on the EUA website. 
So here is the answer to the question:
Q: What is the best metaphor for describing the importance of herd immunity to people who are still on the fence about taking a vaccine?
A: Herd immunity does not exist in humans. It is a term used for genetically similar groups of animals that spend their entire lives together and even then, was disproven. It is a totally unscientific term with no precise meaning.
Community immunity, on the other hand, is a real phenomenon which exists when a large number of people have encountered a virus (not a vaccine) and have developed the capacity to generate a meaningful antibody response to protect them from either developing symptoms or developing severe illness.
The only way to develop community immunity is for a large number of people to encounter the disease-causing organism in their lives and respond to it immunologically, which is what our immune systems do with great precision and effectiveness if they are allowed to function well.
That mean that sufficient high-quality nutrients are present and low or absent levels of toxins are present blocking that function.
Well fed, healthy people develop individual immunity, and large concentrations of well-fed, healthy people develop community immunity to a multitude of pathogens. If that were not true, we would never have survived as a species.
Vaccines distort and damage this ability. Vaccine-initiated antibodies are not equivalent to naturally developed antibodies.
So the importance of herd immunity in metaphor is “Pray for the Great God Gazanga to step down on his stone feet from his stone pedestal and bless you, my Son, for the Great God Gazanga will transport you on a flying carpet of vaccine0-induced antibodies to a happy ever after New Normal.”
By the way, the mRNA vaccines, using a technology that has, quite literally, never been used before and thus has a myriad of unanswered questions, like its impact on fertility, auto immunity, neurological function, etc., have not been tested to find out whether they reduce the spread and transmission of the virus, whether they have an impact on fertility or, as Bill Gates says they do, alter DNA, prevent the development of the disease, reduce the severity of the symptoms, etc.
All they have been said to do is reduce the number of positive PCR tests, a measure of absolutely nothing since the tests are totally, and I literally mean totally, worthless as even CDC and WHO admitted this past week.