Polio

25 February 2010

HOW TO ‘ERADICATE’ A DISEASE…

… HEY, PRESTO – CHANGE ITS NAME

We are told that polio has been ‘beaten’ in most countries by a vaccine when all they have done is given the symptoms other names. Staggering, yes, but true

The David Icke Newsletter Goes Out On Sunday

All these scams and others caused the official figures for polio to fall dramatically and the credit was given to the vaccine when, in truth, cases of infantile paralysis were actually growing rapidly – doubling between 1957 and 1959.
Dr Bernard Greenberg, head of the Department of Biostatistics at the University of North Carolina, told a Congressional hearing in 1962 that infantile paralysis cases had increased after the introduction of the vaccine by 50 per cent from 1957 to 1958, and by 80 per cent from 1958 to 1959.
Infantile paralysis is today known as Acute Flaccid Paralysis (AFP) and while America has been declared ‘polio free’ many thousands every year contract Acute Flaccid Paralysis – polio under another name.
Also there are thousands of cases a year in the United States of Guillian-Barré syndrome (re-designated polio) and the same with aseptic meningitis (re-designated polio). Then there are the thousands in America alone every year who contract a condition known as ‘West Nile Fever’ which can cause ‘a polio-like syndrome with paralysis and impaired breathing’.
The pre-1957 definition of polio would today be recording many more cases than were seen during the epidemics of the 1950s which were supposed to have been eradicated by a vaccine that doesn’t work, not least because polio is not caused by a virus – it is caused by pesticides and other toxins.

Same symptoms – different name.

http://www.davidicke.com/headlines/30947-how-to-eradicate-a-disease-

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