It has been reported this week that a large proportion of French people will refuse to be vaccinated with the Covid vaccine. The French are right to be suspicious. France is the land of Bechamp, the great reproach to Pasteur, whose work has been ignored (even suppressed) by the western world for over a century, but it is truer to reality than anything Pasteur said.
Essentially – and I apologise if this simplification does too much violence to their respective theories – Bechamp held that a living organism, in good health, was capable of defending itself against assaults of illness. It was only when the health of the organism was compromised that disease naturally attacked it. That our bodies are teeming with bacteria good and bad, and the purpose of medicine is to get the body back into balance so it can repel disease and return to health.
Pasteur, on the other hand, held that ‘germs’, ie bacteria and viruses range around ready to attack and unless they are destroyed they will be dangerous to everybody irrespective of their health and habits.
This superficial ‘germ theory’ animates the western scientific establishment and ‘big pharma’. It has driven the last hundred years of vaccination and emphasis on ‘science’ being needed to protect us from disease. It has culminated in this currrent COVID hysteria.
Any mention of Bechamp now brings down a torrent of vitriol. He was subjected to all manner of attacks in his lifetime by Pasteur’s followers, many of whom stood to profit from Pasteur’s theories. A good many of Pasteur’s theories were plagiarised from the more subtle research of Bechamp and passed as truth, when at best they were partial and at worst downright false.
If Bechamp’s insight into the complexity and self-sustaining nature of life were to be accepted by big pharma and the medical establishment, they would be left high and dry. That’s why they are so fierce in their denunciation of Bechamp and to this day, anybody who expresses even mild support for his theories.
But when people talk of ‘herd immunity’ and the efficacy of Vitamin C or D, or zinc, or fresh air and exercise, or washing your hands, they are relying, whether they know it or not, on the natural processes that Bechamp identified as sustaining life.
A quick Google search will show the bitter insults that Bechamp attracts: he is a ‘crank’, in bed with ‘anti-vaxxers’, and ‘those who believe that food is medicine’, practitioners of ‘alternative medicine’, ‘climate change deniers’ and ‘Covidiots’.
This begs the question why modern ‘scientists’ are so keen to rubbish and ‘cancel’ Bechamp?
Might it be that he’s on to something that threatens them? And might it be that if we took notice of his advice most of the scientific establishment and their big-business accolytes would not only look foolish, but would find themselves in need of alternative employment?
I ask one simple question of the followers of Pasteur’s germ theory. If Bechamp is wrong, as these ‘expert scientists’ claim, how is that most people not only survive, but are mostly not affected by the myriad bacteria and viruses that assail us daily?