“When a healthy human body comes under attack from antigens – harmful substances such as bacteria, fungi, parasites, viruses or chemicals – it doesn’t just lie back and allow itself to be killed off. Its immune system, if it has not been compromised by ill health, produces antibodies specifically designed to fight that particular threat. Some human beings and their activities are acting as antigens, threatening the health of our species and our planetary superorganism. Other humans, in whom a sense of individual freedom is combined with a responsibility for the well-being of the whole, must therefore take on the role of antibodies”.
Paul Cudenec, Antibodies