Louis Pasteur & The Pasteurian germ theory
Disease Theory 

[A fraudster and plagiarist of Bechamp, a maker of toxic and useless vaccines, and the claimed inventor of the truly disastrous (Pasteurian monomorphic) germ theory, no wonder he looks a miserable sod!]

See: Antoine Bechamp  Pasteur Institute  The Virus hunters Florence Nightingale  Pasteurization
See similar Allopathic idols:
Jenner  Salk

[2007] The Alleged Bad “Pathogens” The False Target of Orthodox Medicine by Dr.-Ing. Joachim-F. Grätz

[2009 Oct] Lie No. 1 : Pasteur is a Benefactor of Humanity by Sylvie Simon

GERM THEORY (Pasteur) vs CELLULAR THEORY (Bechamp) by Walene James

The Post-Antibiotic Age: Germ Theory by Tim O'Shea

Second Thought About Disease by Drs Kalokerinos & Dettman 1977.

Rabies Past Present in Scientific Review---Millicent Morden (Physician & Surgeon)

Why Louis Pasteur's Germ Theory Is A Curse By Nancy Appleton, Ph.D.

[1940] The Dream & Lie of Louis Pasteur by R. B. Pearson (originally Pasteur, Plagiarist, Imposter)

[1923] Pasteur Exposed (previously Bechamp or Pasteur) by Ethel Douglas Hume (in print) http://www.pnc.com.au/~cafmr/reviews2.html#pasteur
THE CURSE OF LOUIS PASTEUR by Nancy Appleton, Ph.D. http://www.nancyappleton.com/

"We must infer that at least some and probably all three of those Russian peasants died because of Pasteur’s vaccine, as did uncounted people later on....Only one thing is sure: ever since Pasteur developed his "vaccine," the cases of death from rabies have increased, not diminished."--Hans Ruesch

"Through a physician in Brittany, Nonclercq came across a thick tome on the history of a medicine  in which she read that, on his death bed, Louis Pasteur had declared: Claude Bernard war right... the microbe is nothing, the terrain is everything." What Pasteur omitted was that his confession had been based not on single insightful statement by France’s leading physiologist, Bernard, but by Antoine Béchamp, the man with whom he had been locked in struggle for decades."--Christopher Bird

"Had it not been for the mass selling of vaccines, Pasteur's germ theory of disease would have collapsed into obscurity."--- E. Douglas Hume

In 1915, another medical doctor wrote an article for the top British medical journal Lancet. Dr. Montais studied 21 cases of tetanus, each of whom had received Pasteurian inoculation. The conclusion of the article, which appeared in the 23 Oct 1915 issue, was that in every case, the tetanus had been caused by the inoculation. Dr. Montais said that "Pasteur had created a new form of disease." The Post-Antibiotic Age: Germ Theory by Tim O'Shea