The idea that vaccines have nearly eliminated polio is taken as virtually axiomatic. But is it? This review demonstrates that the evidence demonstrates something entirely different. What do polio and acute flaccid paralysis have in common? Everything—literally.
by Paul Fassa
Perhaps you’ve seen those fierce trolling vaccine shills pop into comment sections of articles that report truthfully on vaccines. They often talk about vaccine merits that heavily outweigh risks from adverse effects—which they don’t even believe actually exist … though by now everyone should at least know there are risks from vaccinations.
A common argument whose purpose is to throw people off says that polio was eradicated by vaccinating entire populations with polio vaccines. You may think for a moment that it’s a valid argument, one that you cannot counter. But that’s simply not true.
You can strengthen your own anti-vaccination resolve or fortify your arguments by printing and using several quotes from real physicians, scientists, and other medical professionals commenting on vaccine failure in the Vaccines Uncensored website, which is full of brilliant quotations that demonstrate the absurdity of health agencies’ push for universal vaccination. Many sites that are attacked in by vaccination advocates offer some insightful information.
The ‘Change the Name’ Game
The disappearance of iron lungs, those huge devices resembling miniature, individually customized decompression chambers in which polio victims were placed to help them breathe, has led most to believe that the problem of polio is over. But the iron lung has merely been replaced with another, much smaller portable medical device known as the ventilator. Ventilators are used now to help those stricken with breathing limitations, whether from completely congested lungs, polio, or other paralysis that makes it impossible to breathe normally.
According to Dr. Suzanne Humphries M.D, shortly after 1955, the fact that the polio vaccine was even spreading polio was covered up. Dr. Humphries went on to explain how a deadly live polio virus strain had infected the Salk vaccines and created an epidemic of polio-type diseases, which were labeled aseptic meningitis or acute flaccid paralysis (AFP). The term AFP includes Guillain-Barré syndrome, aka “French Polio”, traumatic neuritis, Reye’s syndrome, enteroviral encephalitis, transverse myelitis, and poliomyelitis.
Dr. Humphries displayed a graph in her article showing how reports of polio leveled out while AFP cases have continually soared since the mid-1990s, demonstrating that polio has not disappeared.
Dr. Lorraine Day, who is an orthopedic surgeon and professor of medicine, healed herself from cancer naturally and stayed away from mainstream medicine’s harsh interventions after being “sent home to die”. She explains that vaccines don’t work in this video interview.
After polio vaccinations had begun, polio was assigned different names to hide the vaccines’ ineffectiveness. Dr. Day asserts that 80 to 100 percent of polio cases were created by the vaccine itself—but few knew it, because the name of most cases had been changed to aseptic meningitis.
Polio peaked in the early 1950s and was on its way out prior to the introduction of the Salk polio vaccine.
Then came the oral polio vaccine (OPV) using attenuated live viruses, which was invented by Albert Sabin. These weakened microbes are shed by people recently vaccinated, which can result in infections in people around them.
Sadly, the reality has proven to be even worse. Live viruses contained in OPVs tend to mutate into a more virulent strain of polio. There have even been cases in the United States where parents were stricken with paralytic polio from OPV viruses while changing their recently vaccinated babies’ diapers.
The dangerous oral polio vaccines were eventually banned in America and other industrialized nations, but the vaccine manufacturers managed to push them onto third world countries that not only paid for them, but often agreed to force the OPV on their populations.
A Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation program in India was promoted as “The Last Mile: Eradicating Polio in India”. The video displays numbers indicating thousands of Indian polio cases decades ago, with the number of cases dropping to 42 by 2010.
But those wild polio virus stats have been traded for former polio cases under a different name: non-polio acute flaccid paralysis (NPAFP).
Simply change the name of a disease and it disappears, while another one appears with the same symptoms! It’s a great way for the vaccine industry’s PR campaigns to sell their junk to poor and developing nations.
In case you’re wondering why the mainstream media helps the pharmaceutical industry hide this dirt, consider that the media protects the sources of its income, and the pharmaceutical industry provides them with enormous advertising revenue.
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