Health authorities report a mysterious polio-like illness that has afflicted more than 100 children in the U.S., some with no hope for recovery. The paralyzing illness is acute flaccid myelitis. Doctors say the cause is unknown. Its origin is believed to be germ related, enteroviruses (polio and non-polio), West Nile virus or adenoviruses. [Daily Mail UK Oct 4, 2016]
Health authorities continue to maintain there are no cases of polio in the U.S. That vaccines have eradicated polio. But polio does occur in the U.S. Five cases were reported in an Amish community in Minnesota in 2005. Amish children generally remain unvaccinated.
Polio, which emanates from an enterovirus via fecal/oral transmission, only erupts into symptomatic poliomyelitis 1 in 200 cases. Most people exposed to the polio virus only experience mild symptoms of fever and achiness. The primary reason for symptomatic cases of polio is a combination of poor hygiene and a weakened immune system. The latter is completely ignored by modern medicine in favor of vaccination.
Polio could be occurring in the U.S., but due to public hygiene (clean water, food, disposal of human waste, nutrition), it just may not provoke paralysis. Vaccination continues to get all the credit for the abolishment of polio.
An article published in the New York Times admits it “may only be a matter of time” before cases of polio are reported. [New York Times, Nov 8, 2005]
One explanation for the so-called eradication of polio in North America is a change in the definition of this infectious disease. Once the vaccine was introduced health authorities changed the definition of paralytic polio with stool antibodies for three types of arbitrary viruses. Sanitary improvements paralleled the introduction of the vaccine, thus clouding the effectiveness of the vaccine. The change in definition of the disease lowered the reported incidence of polio by 95%.
Vaccine Truth helps us understand how polio instantly disappeared in America.
As a report posted at the Vaccine Truth website says: “Over the last sixty years in the U.S., more than a million cases of what would have been diagnosed as polio pre-vaccine – same symptoms – were given different labels.”
Yet another part of the polio eradication charade is to call polio something else. It’s now called acute flaccid paralysis. Yes, that very same paralytic disease that has stricken over 100 children in the U.S. this year. [VacTruth.com]