Sung to the Dire Straights song ‘Money For Nothing’
“Look at those yo-yo’s, that’s the way you do it. You play your big fraud out on your unsuspecting public. Now THAT IS…sssss WORK’N!!! THAT’S THE WAY YOU DO IT!!! Your money for nothing, Your deaths for free.!
…”We gotta install public trust, custom vaccine manufacturi…iiiing, we gotta move this bit of, legislation, we gotta move these very large lots of vaccine…eeeeeeeeens”
… Money for noth’n, chchchch, deaths for free…
If the entire vaccine fraud wasn’t such a tragedy it would certainly be an off Broadway comedy hit. Please read how my twist on the ‘Dire Straights’ song ‘Money For Nothing’ is actually MORE historically correct when uncovering the ‘real’ smallpox vaccine story than the Rockefeller school of medicine’s version sold by big PR machines in the lame stream corporate media.
When you read the ‘real’ history of the smallpox vaccine failure, the version NOT taught in Rockefeller / big pharma medical schools, one can easily see that if the polio epidemic had NOT hit America to ‘recharge’ the vaccine myth, big pharma and big government would have ‘had to create a polio epidemic’. Because, the smallpox vaccine lie / fraud had almost single handedly killed the vaccine myth by the time the polio vaccine PR machines were fully distracting the public from the tragic truth of the smallpox vaccine failure / tragedy.
Here are two DOCUMENTED accounts by doctors / scientists NOT in bed with big pharma / Rockefeller and their vaccine agenda. I have included a link to Dr. CHARLES CREIGHTON’s, M.A. M.D. take on the smallpox vaccine lie. Dr. Charles Creighton, M.A. M.D. was a medical giant of his day and a sworn enemy to the big pharma / big government / Big media machines that have historically wrecked so much havoc on civilization.
SMALLPOX: BRINGING A DEAD DISEASE BACK TO LIFE
[excerpted from the 7th ed. of The Sanctity of Human Blood]
Dr. Tim O’Shea
With a flair worthy of PT Barnum and Edward L Bernays, mainstream media is lately employing a brilliant menage of pseudoscience and well-edited history to concoct a new myth out of thin air: terrorists are about to release smallpox as a bioweapon that could decimate our population. But soft! – our ever-vigilant security forces are ready. Government leaders with degrees in law, not science, have decided to prepare enough vaccine to inoculate every American. And to empower themselves to legislate the vaccine’s administration, sanctioned by severe penalties for refusal. 
Price tag for the new doses: over $800 million.  But what is money when compared with the health and security of the American people?
Answer: it’s still money.
Almost every day a new story comes out in the major news Matrix about the coming threat and the vaccine that will save us. In true Edward L Bernays fashion,  the features are generally written by the “health correspondent” with the requisite lack of credentials, disregard of history, and the standard formidable barrage of uncited and anonymous sources.
But we are not taken in, not us, because we know that forgetting history, we are destined to repeat it. So let’s try something unknown to the meretricious press – let’s review the actual history and science of smallpox and apply it to the present.
WHAT WAS SMALLPOX?
Smallpox was an infectious viral disease which was evident for centuries in places with poor sanitation, poverty, and malnutrition. Hundreds of thousands died, and there was no cure. The infectious agent was Orthopox variola.  By the end of the 18th century the disease was following the natural course: burning itself out on the human population, confining itself to those with the lowest immune capabilities.
Smallpox was the first disease for which vaccination was tried. It all started with Edward Jenner at the end of the 1700s.
The story that we find in 99% of standard references is that Jenner’s vaccine saved the world from the dread smallpox, which had plagued the human race for centuries. Mass inoculation programs were instituted in many countries worldwide, usually backed by the government. The vaccine supposedly immunized people for life. If the legend starts to sound a little whitewashed, there’s a reason why. So let’s start at the beginning.
as you may remember, was the English “physician” in the late 1700s who took note of an old superstition that milk-maids who got a mild disease known as cowpox supposedly didn’t get smallpox. As an experiment, Jenner came up with the idea of drawing serum from an infected cowpox pustule on the skin of an infected milkmaid. He then injected the infected pus into a perfectly healthy person, on the theory that contact with this “milder” disease would allow the subject to develop immunity to the more deadly smallpox.
Jenner’s theory was that this cow-pox is smallpox of the cow. Therefore, if you give a person cow-pox, it is the same as smallpox, only in a very mild form. And it would not be infectious.
And at midnight, the coach would turn back into a pumpkin?
Going even further out on a limb, Jenner himself absolutely declared that it is not that cow-pox is a preventive of smallpox but that it is smallpox itself. (Hadwen)
While Jenner is universally venerated today as mankind’s deliverer from the scourge of infectious disease in probably 99% of references, a little different version of Jenner’s rise to fame and wealth is summarized in Miller’s book Immunizations, p 24.  Other sources from Jenner’s own contemporaries who were less than enchanted with his idea of variolation appear throughout Anderson’s The Facts Against Compulsory Vaccination,  the writings of Walter Hadwen,  and the very thorough research by Alfred Russell Wallace. 
From these writers we can learn a few details that most edited modern drafts of this story omit, such as:
* the utter lack of science underlying Jenner’s original claim of immunity from vaccines
* the number of deaths and disfiguring cases his experiments brought to those unsuspecting patients who were unfortunate enough to be talked into trying Jenner’s injections during those early years.
Even from the beginning, after inoculating his very first patient – 8 year old James Phipps – Jenner absurdly maintained that his injections were conferring lifetime immunity:
“what renders the cowpox virus so extremely singular is that the person who has been thus affected is for ever after secure from the infection of the smallpox.” – Jenner, 1797, cited in H.B. Anderson 
Many of Jenner’s own contemporaries were shocked at how easily the scientific community was taken in by this auteur. Perusing the work of Walter Hadwen MD,  celebrated English surgeon, author, and medical scholar of 100 years ago, we find a version of the Jenner story that is not so set in bronze as most of what we read today. Hadwen points out a few cracks in Jenner’s pedestal:
– Jenner was no physician. He never passed a medical exam in his life, completed any course of medical study, or received a diploma from any medical school.
– Jenner bought his medical degree for £15 from St Andrew’s College in Scotland, which he never attended (Hume, p 174 , also Hadwen )
– Jenner “tested” his theory on one patient, and then immediately claimed that he had “immunized” the patient against smallpox for life. Jenner also claimed that the vaccine would work universally. That’s it. No controlled clinical trials, no years of research, nothing! One patient.
With no proof whatsoever, and a sample size of one, Jenner tricked the entire medical profession, then and now, into pretending that cowpox was smallpox in cows – a total scientific inaccuracy. And then he sold the idea that his vaccine was the cure. [5, 14]
WHEEL OF FORTUNE
Not long after his “breakthrough,” Jenner’s repeated petitions to the House of Commons struck gold. It finally dawned on the English government how millions of pounds sterling could be moved around by passing a law making the new smallpox vaccine compulsory. Jenner was promptly awarded the enormous sum of 30,000 by British Parliament and suddenly this uneducated poseur was a revered scientist! (Wallace )
TWO DIFFERENT DISEASES
Legitimate scientists of Jenner’s day decried the smallpox vaccine from the start. Bechamp, Hadwen, Wallace, and others thought it appalling that the most basic facts concerning the distinction between cowpox and smallpox were simply never discussed. If the original axioms of vaccination were true, how could one disease vector immunize against a completely separate disease? This was the question that was never asked, and is still ignored today.
Watch closely: the two diseases – cowpox and smallpox – are completely distinct conditions. Hadwen explains:
“What is cow-pox? It is a disease which occurs on the teats of cows; it only occurs when they are in milk; only in one part of the body, and naturally only in the female animal; it results in an ugly chancre; and is not infectious.
Small-pox, on the other hand, is not limited to the female sex as is cow-pox, nor to one portion of the body; it presents different physical signs, and, furthermore, is tremendously infectious, and the course and symptoms of the two diseases are totally different. Therefore there is no analogy between the two.” 
Hadwen wrote this 100 years ago, but his objections are still valid. Doing a taxonomic check today in a standard index of viruses from a National Institutes of Health database  readily points out that cowpox is caused by a virus called Orthopox vaccinia and smallpox is caused by a virus called Orthopox variola. These two viruses have different sizes, genetic sequences, and characteristics. To pretend that cows get a version of smallpox called cowpox is bizarre enough – but then to say that people who get the same disease are immune to smallpox is simply fantasy.
CHARLES CREIGHTON, M.A. M.D.
NINTH EDITION 1875-1889
[Dr. Charles Creighton M.A. M.D section on ‘Vaccination’ in the ninth edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, published in 1888.]
See: Medical Information Control
Relations of smallpox, cowpox, and grease of horse
Historical sources of vaccine lymph
Anomalous sources of vaccine
Grease of the horse
Natural History of cowpox
Its infective properties
Risks of vaccination Erysipelas Jaundice Skin eruptions Vaccinal ulcers Vaccinal syphilis
Other alleged effects of vaccination
Influence of vaccination upon smallpox
Its utility to the individual
Death rate among vaccinated and unvaccinated