Four African countries have reported new cases of polio linked to the oral vaccine, as global health numbers show there are now more children being paralyzed by viruses originating in vaccines than in the wild.
Yes, you read it right, and this should not be considered as conspiracy theory anymore because it’s the World Health Organization and partners which noted in a report late last week that the nine new polio cases were caused by the vaccine in Nigeria, Congo, Central African Republic and Angola.
Similar outbreaks and cases have also been reported in Asia and seven countries elsewhere in Africa. Of the two countries where polio remains endemic, Afghanistan and Pakistan, vaccine-linked cases have been identified in Pakistan.
The experts are saying that “in rare cases, the live virus in oral polio vaccine can mutate into a form capable of sparking new outbreaks, and all the current vaccine-derived polio cases have been sparked by a Type 2 virus contained in the vaccine. Type 2 wild virus was eliminated years ago, they continued.
Now, Polio is a highly infectious disease that spreads in contaminated water or food and usually strikes children under 5. About one in 200 infections results in paralysis. Among those, a small percentage die when their breathing muscles are crippled. We can rightfully say that out of the millions of viruses in the wild, this is one of those properly commercialized, or weaponized type for highly profitable endeavors.
“Donors last week pledged $2.6 billion to combat polio as part of an eradication initiative that began in 1988 and hoped to wipe out polio by 2000. Since then, numerous such deadlines have been missed.” Of course, the total eradication of weaponized viruses is not a good idea.
“To eradicate polio, more than 95% of a population needs to be immunized.” Yes, now you’re talking.
WHO and partners have long relied on oral polio vaccines because “they are cheap and can be easily administered, requiring only two drops per dose.” Volume sales is far more profitable than otherwise.
“Western countries use a more expensive injectable polio vaccine that contains an inactivated virus incapable of causing polio.” Now, that is some logic, right there. You inject the same virus that you want your immune system to protect yourself from. What are the odds that during its production that the company might just fail to inactivate the virus?
How can our autoimmune learn how to properly respond from the threat when the vaccine virus itself is “inactivated,” or virtually dead?
It’s as if “the product must be produced somehow, while the marketing department will just do the rest” kind of thing. Part of that elaborate marketing infrastructure is the WHO itself, which could readily enter a country with a blanket authority to vaccinate an entire population.
The rest of the NY Times report goes like this,
The Independent Monitoring Board, a group set up by WHO to assess polio eradication, warned in a report this month that vaccine-derived polio virus is “spreading uncontrolled in West Africa, bursting geographical boundaries and raising fundamental questions and challenges for the whole eradication process.”
The group said officials were already “failing badly” to meet a recently approved polio goal of stopping all vaccine-derived outbreaks within 120 days of detection. It described the initial attitude of WHO and its partners to stopping such vaccine-linked polio cases as “relaxed” and said “new thinking” on how to tackle the problem was needed.https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2019/11/25/health/ap-af-med-africa-polio.html
So, the question now is: why bet your life in a game of chance, as perpetrated by the UN-WHO self-proclaimed experts, when you can have access to a decisive and logical antiviral protocol?