Published November 17, 2016
Humans and infectious microbes have coexisted for as long as humans have walked the earth, and the human immune system...
— William Wilberforce
Breast milk is an organ. It’s basically the immune system of a baby. It’s how the intestines grow properly, it’s how the baby’s immune system grows properly, and it’s an overlying blanket of protection for that baby against all the microbes that we’re told we need to vaccinate for… The reason being because a baby’s immune system is programmed to be anti-inflammatory.
So what do vaccines do? Vaccinologists say, well, we have a problem… that baby’s immune system is dormant, it’s not doing what it should do, we need to rev it up with aluminum and with vaccination. And that goes completely against the blueprint. … They have to [put aluminum in] because if you were to put a vaccine into a baby without aluminum that baby’s immune wouldn’t respond at all because the program of the infant immune system is to be anti-inflammatory… Everything about that infant immune system is programmed from the time of birth or slightly after birth to stay anti-inflammatory for the first two years.
… They’re finding molecules in breast milk that nuke cancer on the spot, and oncology is now taking advantage of that. There are molecules in breast milk that kill certain kinds of bacteria that have capsules on the outside like pneumococcus, which is another thing that we vaccinate for. But what’s miraculous about it is that normally when there’s killing of a microbe there’s massive inflammation, but in the presence of breast milk there’s almost no inflammation, because you have all those anti-inflammatory molecules…
— Suzanne Humphries, MD
The Leon Show—Vaccines and Our Children. Miracle Channel.