Tapeworms and other animal parasites should be classified differently than microbes. I'm not opposed to the possibility that there may be parasitic organisms that can attack the human body, but nature always balances itself, and our body protects itself and is part of nature. We'd all be dead - life couldn't exist - if the commonly accepted notion of contagion were reality. Strength would serve no purpose.
It's like the Dutch elm disease hysteria which took place in Britain decades ago. I've got an elm grove on my property in Glastonbury, and the neighbours often comment on how rare it supposedly is to have non-diseased elms in the UK. But I figure the scare 40 years ago was probably just that - a scare. The weather was probably really bad that year for elms, and they got stressed and vulnerable, or the weather might have been especially good for whatever fungi cause the malady. So the legend lives on that British elms are in danger.
Malaria means 'bad air,' 'cold' means 'cold,' 'influenza' means 'influence' (read contagion), are all self-explanatory. 'Pox,' 'tuberculosis,' 'pneumonia,' and various other diseases are merely descriptive. Even the word 'disease' connotes contagion, although it means only "lack of ease." Rerev mentioned leprosy, and that it may have something to do with malnutrition, but the dictionary states that "Leprosy is caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium leprae, which is Gram-positive, nonmotile, and acid-fast." Is it really? The word 'leper' simply means 'scaly.'
What causes the scales? From the Oxford English Dictionary: [a. OF. lepre, liepre (mod.F. lèpre), ad. L. lepra, a. Gr. ??p?a, properly fem. of ?ep??? adj., scaly, f. ??p?? scale.] Although certain skin types are more prone to suffer psoriasis, it is most certainly exacerbated by and perhaps caused by consumption of dairy products.
Same thing with the bee scare that they're propagandising in the UK, and I think in the US, right now. I've never believed it - bees might be having a bad year, but the whole thing has got to a story conjured up by the climate change carbon tax Rothschild people.
I read Peter Duesberg's book "Inventing the AIDS Virus" back when it was released - a bombshell to say the least - and also interviewed him on my radio program. But most of my health-related knowledge is empirical. I've also watched videos I downloaded from Conspiracy Central tracker pertaining to cancer and other diseases. Cancer is caused primarily by a meat-heavy diet for example, as is shown in documentaries about the Gerson Institute, and can be cured by a serious fruit juice fast - I believe this because I've fasted on liquids and know how my body can restore and repair itself when given the opportunity free from being laden down by digestion.
The world is mad. I don't know why more people don't wake up to the things we have become aware of, but I'm glad the internet is allowing us to connect with the few of us who have exercised the balls to venture to escape our conditioning and confines. We may feel crazy for going against the grain, but I know there are millions of people in Europe and the Anglosphere who are opposed to vaccines. This gives me hope.