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  • Writer's pictureGary Moller

Natural Immunity is Effective and Superior: Here's the Evidence!

Updated: Mar 13

(Updated: 4th January, 2024)

Yet another wave of COVID is sweeping through New Zealand, and our health experts are urging us all to get another jab. Thankfully, only the foolish, the misinformed, and those with a death-wish are complying.

The more vaccines - the more infections!

In addition, due to the damage being done to people's immune systems by these experimental bioweapon jabs (Let's call it what it is!), ALL diseases, from miscarriages to cancers, are on the rise. Hospital A&E waiting times are blowing out to be around 11-12 hours and we are in mid-summer!

We're all in this together!

If you are unvaccinated, don't be too smug because you are also at risk of the damaging effects of not only the vaccine via what is known as shedding (I'll be writing more about this matter soon), but also from direct infections, since the massive pool of immune-compromised vaccinated people are walking petri dishes of not only COVID variants but also of every other infectious disease under the sun!

Sure, you may have a more functional immune system than the vast pool of jabbed and boosted people surrounding you, but you're still at risk of infection from the numerous COVID variants and whatever else that's being richly bred and shed. The only good news is you'll probably be less unwell than most people, and get over it quickly.

Invest in your health!

Your best protection is to invest in your health, encourage everyone else to do the same, and demand of our politicians that this criminal COVID bioweapon jabbing nonsense is immediately halted.

Thank you again, Dr Campbell!

As an aside - for evidence of active, unforgivable medical censorship, take a look at what's happened to the videos by Dr Campbell in this article:

The next one is coming, so prepare your immune system now!

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When someone says, "I have COVID, so keep your distance", I ask them if I can hug them. I do this because I want to exercise my immune system, much like I exercise my muscles. My immune system strengthens by learning to resist this and other bugs from the same family. While I worry about what's in the vaccines, and what we are being exposed by from shedding, I've been investing in my health and feel being exposed to the virus, when I'm in good health, to gain natural immunity is our only way out of this mess. If we all do this, then, like the Spanish Flu, it'll be gone within a few seasons.

Nurture your immune system!

Your immune system, like all systems within your body, grows stronger with regular use, or weakens with disuse.

I had my first COVID infection two years ago, which left me feeling ill for three days, thus gifting me natural immunity once I recovered. However, knowing new variants of COVID are coming along all the time, I resolved to expose myself to these at every opportunity while doing things nutritionally and lifestyle-wise to support my immune health. This is much like how athletes support their workouts with excellent nutrition and rest periods.

So, on one occasion, after hugging an infected person earlier this year, I was ill for about two days. On all other occasions, despite enthusiastic hugging, there were no signs or symptoms of an infection. The assumption, therefore, is that my strategy to make sure my immune system is updated and strong is working well.

By regular exposure to the "lesser" variants of COVID, your immune system is updated and given a workout, thus better prepared to help you survive the nasty, killer version, should one ever arise.

The people who appear to be constantly ill from just about everything and filling up our hospitals are the ones who have had all the boosters. The more jabs, the more illness seems to be running true, but this doesn't mean the unvaccinated aren't getting ill: They are. Shedding means we are all being exposed to these bugs.

So, there are lessons here for preparing for the following viral variant:

  1. Don't take an experimental vaccine that doesn't prevent infection or transmission and which damages people's immune systems.

  2. Eat food prepared from fresh, raw ingredients and take a few immune-supporting supplements.

  3. Get outdoors every day, exercise, and immerse yourself in Mother Nature.

  4. Do the opposite of being a "germophobe". Train your immune system by exposing yourself to colds and touches of the flu when you are rested and in good health.

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Ian Allen
Ian Allen
28 de fev. de 2023

I could not agree more fully!

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