Polio - Vaccination: the other side

Polio - Vaccination: the other side

Poliomyelitis is an infectious disease affecting the central nervous system. The etiological agents are three serotypes of Poliovirus, Enterovirus genus, Picornaviridae family.

The most affected areas are those with a cold temperate climate and can occur in all seasons of the year but, from the case studies, a certain prevalence emerges in the summer-autumn months.

The path of contagion of the poliovirus is oro-fecal and man is the only "reservoir".

The incubation period, defined as the time interval between virus exposure and onset of paralysis, is between 8 and 36 days, with an average of 11-17 days.

Poliovirus multiplies in the gold-pharynx, intestine and underlying lymphatic tissues. It then passes into the blood (viraemia minor) and is spread to the reticuloendothelial tissue.

In 90/95% of cases (poliovirus type 1 called Brunhilde - the most common), the infection ends at this point in an asymptomatic way: the individual, however, remains permanently immune, from all forms of poliomyelitis. Vaccination, when it works and if it has no side effects, however, does not make immunity permanent, but only for about five years.

In a few cases, 4 - 8%, (type 2 poliovirus called Lansing - absolutely harmless), the virus continues to multiply in the reticuloendothelial tissue and returns to the bloodstream (viraemia major), causing an acute febrile syndrome called "minor disease" : if the disease does not progress further and the patient heals in a few days, it is called "abortive poliomyelitis", it is clinically undiagnosed.

However in rare cases, about 1% (due to the type 3 poliovirus called Leon), during the "viremia major", the virus can invade the CNS and cause the so-called "major disease" in its variants:

  1. Non-paralytic poliomyelitis (aseptic meningitis), the syndromic picture of meningeal inflammation appears, with neck and spine rigidity, intense headache, thermal elevation. This picture remains appreciable for 2-7 days, to regress completely without results.
  2. Paralytic poliomyelitis: (in 4-6% of 1%) it manifests itself in two main clinical pathological forms: the spinal form and the bulbar form. Spinal paralysis occurs in a very limited percentage of cases, equal to 0,1% of infected subjects. The manifestations of the bulbar localization of poliomyelitis can occur in isolation and support the clinical picture of the paralytic period with all their severity, but the association of bulbar paralysis is more frequently described, (about 50% of cases of paralytic poliomyelitis) with spinal paralytic phenomena, (Spinal bulb form)

Encephalitis: rare expression of major disease. In fact, poliomyelitic encephalitis is clinically indistinguishable from other forms of encephalitis of different etiology, so the causal role can only be suspected in the course of polio epidemics.

Causal "poliomyelitis" viruses or polio-like syndromes

Species Serotypes

POLIOVIRUS 1, 2, 3

COXSACKIE A9, B2, B5, A7, A4, B3, B4

ECHO 6, 9, 1, 4, 7, 11, 16, 18, 30

ENTEROVIRUS 70, 71


Some History
Polio is an "ancient" disease. When it happened that a person contracted this virus, with its terrible consequences, it did not arouse panic or terror in the community. Why was this happening? For the simple fact that people knew that whoever was in contact with the sick person did not get infected.

We must ask ourselves: why has polio become epidemic?
By finding the answer to this question we can clarify our knowledge.
There are three very important factors that have contributed to making this disease very dangerous:

  • Pesticides
  • Nutrition
  • Vaccines

Pesticides
We are confident that very few of you are aware of this data from:
(Handbook of Pesticide Toxicology, edited by Wayland J. Hayes, Jr. and Edward R. Laws, Academic Press Inc., Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers, San Diego (1991) 3 volumes, p769)
It has been alleged that DDT causes or contributes to a wide variety of diseases of humans and animals not previously recognized as associated with any chemical.
Such diseases included... poliomyelitis, ...such irresponsible claims could produce great harm and, if taken seriously, even interfere with scientific search for true causes…

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“During the great epidemic of 1942-1962, polio victims were diagnosed with poliovirus caused by poliovirus regardless of whether the polio virus was found or not, because the NFIP only reimbursed this type of polio; therefore for patients who were forced to stay in hospital in steel lungs and undergo therapy, it was economically imperative for the hospital to diagnose them in this way; so the presence of poliovirus in poliomyelitis has rarely been determined in order to arrive at the diagnosis of polio. "


Nutrition
Another element that strongly favored the onset of polio outbreaks was the inability of mothers to breastfeed their children, so they did not have a balanced intestinal bacterial flora and with it the immune system also did not work properly .

"Good" bacteria in the baby's intestines produce an acidic substance, which inhibits the growth of pathogenic bacteria. Infant milk neutralizes this acid, which does not make breast milk. As a result, bacteria that cause disease can develop in the presence of infant formula. " (Dr. J. Newman UNICEF consultant pediatrician -Mothering- 1997 spring)

Another factor that has contributed to making this disease a scourge: the change of diet from wholemeal to refined, and the indiscriminate use of sugar.

In 1936, a small polio outbreak broke out in the Philippines. Analyzing the data, it was discovered that 16 of the 17 patients involved in Manila were American soldiers. Again in 1945, an additional 246 cases of American polio victims were reported in the Philippines. In total, polio was the leading cause of death among American troops in the Philippines! Statistics reveal that polio cases have never been observed among Filipino natives.

So why is the disease confined only to American troops? Polio also broke out among American troops in Japan, as in the case of the Philippines, despite the fact that there were no polio outbreaks between local children or adults at the same time. Also in China, in the summer of 1946, a polio epidemic broke out among the American Marines who garrisoned Tianjin, 4 men died, one was severely paralyzed and at least another 25 had non-paralytic attacks. Note that there were no cases of polio among the natives of the place in the same period.

Is the vulnerability of Americans greater than that of the Eastern population?

So let's see: the Chinese had a rice-based diet, the American soldiers exceeded their consumption of sugar. Throughout the war, when the state of the conflict allowed, American soldiers could consume ice cream, biscuits, carbonated (sweetened) drinks, sweets and so on, they had not abandoned their bad eating habits even in those distant lands! The arrival of the equipment for making ice cream followed closely that of the war equipment. The military officials' conviction was that "Our men would have felt more at home and would not have suffered from nostalgia if the sweets were available." Thus the doctors saw "Troops consuming huge quantities of sweet or chocolate bars, having lost interest in the monotonous K and C rations". Excessive sugar consumption is known to be followed by hyperglycaemia and hypoglycaemia, i.e. first high and then low blood glucose. In the long term, such nutrition leads to the exhaustion of the adrenal glands, with a consequent chronicization of low blood glucose levels. We say this because dr. Sandler in 1941 argued that a situation of failure to adjust low blood glucose levels is not only a susceptibility factor to polio, but to the most common respiratory infections and tuberculosis. "During a polio outbreak, only those children or adults who are subject to long periods of low blood glucose levels will contract the disease and not others who, although in contact with the virus, maintain normal blood glucose levels and therefore protective. " Sandler wrote a book on this subject and moved on to the practical demonstration of his thesis. At that time it was already known that the only animals that could contract polio with experimental inoculation of the virus were monkeys. All other laboratory animals were completely resistant to polio virus. The rabbit was one of these resistant animals. It is known that monkeys' blood glucose levels can easily drop to 50 mg, while levels below 100 mg have never been observed for rabbits. To verify that the rabbits' resistance to polio virus was due to this, dr. Sandler had no choice but to lower the blood glucose to subnormal values ​​with insulin injections and then inoculate the rabbit with the polio virus. This was done and rabbits were found to develop infection and disease. The details of these experiments were published in the American Journal of Pathology in January 1941. Some rabbits showed signs of infection 8 to 100 hours after inoculation. Rabbits are also resistant to inoculation of dog distemper virus. One of the most important research centers in the world was conducting experiments on this in the 40s. Sandler informed his fellow researchers of his findings and invited them to inoculate the distemper virus in rabbits after lowering blood glucose with insulin. So they did and for the first time in the world a rabbit developed canine distemper disease. This eloquent experiment indicates that low blood glucose can cause susceptibility to many infections. This was Dr. Sandler to the dilemma highlighted by Dubos, namely that contracting the virus by contagion may or may not give rise to the disease. The blood would build a kind of barrier, a level of defense, and as long as this is stable, the pathogenic germ cannot be ferried through the body, invasions and therefore infectious diseases are not possible. From: L. Acerra; "Vaccinations" - Demeter publisher (2002)

In 1948, during the height of the polio epidemic, dr. BENJAMIN SANDLER, an expert nutritionist fromOTEEN VETERANS 'HOSPITAL, he described in detail the relationship between poliomyelitis and an excessive consumption of sugars and starches. He prepared a documentation showing that in countries with higher per capita sugar consumption the incidence of polio was higher, he claimed that these "FOOD" they dehydrate the cells and remove calcium from the nerves, muscles, bones and teeth, a serious deficiency of calcium precedes poliomyelitis. During the summer, polio affects the most, are the months in which the most sugars are consumed (ice cream, drinks, etc.). In 1949, before the start of the polio season, Dr. Sandler warned the inhabitants of North Carolina ( through newspapers and the radio) to reduce the consumption of these products, during that summer, the locals decreased the intake of sugar by 90% and the cases of polio in that state in 1949 decreased in equal measure. (The North Carolina State Department of Health reported 2.498 documented cases of polio in 1948 and 229 cases in 1949) The following year (1950) the producers of ice cream and soft drinks convinced the population that Sandler's discoveries were fictitious. Sugar consumption increased significantly and polio returned to "normal" levels ... From: Miller; "Children and vaccines" pag. 22-23 - Macro editions


Vaccines
Polio began to spread seriously around the turn of the 1900s, only in countries that used anti-smallpox; it then exploded in the rest of the world to coincide with the "prevention" vaccination campaigns. This is a very interesting hypothesis. It has been observed that this pathology has started to manifest itself more and more often in coincidence with the vaccination against smallpox, therefore many researchers also associate this vaccination as the cause of the onset of the phenomenon of poliomyelitis.

We ask ourselves: why didn't they go to solve these problems to eradicate polio?


The polio vaccine
The first polio (Salk) it was developed in the 30s but rejected for numerous side effects and death. Probably few people will remember that dr. JO Leake, then medical director of the U.S. Health Service, reported years ago of a series of 12 cases of polio in children who had a chemically treated polio vaccine inoculated. The onset of the disease occurred 6-14 days after the first or second injection. Five had died and three had been severely paralyzed. Dr Leake, who wrote in the Journal of the American Medical Association (1935, 105, 2.152), added the following comment: "many doctors will agree that these cases make further use of the polio virus for vaccination undesirable for the time being. Human".

Even the British Medical Journal (April 4, 1936), in a background article, stated that "it seems likely that such disasters will postpone further attempts of this kind for a long time. Only the enthusiasm of the overseas public for specific immunization techniques can explain how no such attempts have ever been made. " The editorialist concluded: "It will take a lot of courage to propose to bring the attack on this evil with weapons similar to those used so far". But he underestimated people's short memory and his influencability by the well-orchestrated advertising of the press and the researchers' one-sided obstinacy. (Chatow: the dangers of Ipsa vaccination Ed. 1989)

The polio was repeated by the University of Michigan (Francis, 1955) on 1.080.680 children with unsuccessful results: in the following months 675 vaccinated developed polio against 467 of the 749.236 control children. Despite this, the US government issued the authorization to six producers and the vaccination campaign began massively on April 12, 1955 causing a massacre. After 14 days there were 260 polio cases from vaccinations. In that year in the USA the various forms of paralysis had an increase that went from 100% to 500% according to the states, while in the Massacussets it reached 1000%. In the 1959 epidemic in Massachusetts 77.5% of the cases of paralysis had received three or more doses. Similar results occurred in Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Israel and all this in years when there was no "natural" epidemic". BRUSSELS - EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT - 05.04.2002 International conference on the theme: The foundations of vaccinations. Report by Dr. Dario MIEDICO - Milan - Italy

A reflection on the words of Robert Mendelsohn (author of Confessions of a Medical Heretic), which are cited by theEast - West Journal, Nov. 1984: "There is an ongoing debate among immunologists about the risks of inactivated virus polio vaccines versus live or attenuated virus vaccines." Mendelsohn says:"Proponents of the use of inactivated viruses claim that the presence of live viral organisms in the other product is responsible for the cases of polio that occur occasionally. Proponents of the use of attenuated viruses respond that the inactivated virus vaccine offers a insufficient protection and in fact increases the susceptibility of those who have been vaccinated. I believe that both sides are right and that the use of both vaccines will increase, and will not decrease, the possibility that your child will contract In short, it seems that the most effective way to protect your child from polio is to make sure they don't get the vaccine. "

How long does a vaccination last: "Some of the numerous serological studies conducted to evaluate the immune status against polio have also highlighted pockets of deficient immune coverage, especially in the 10-20 age group." Higher Institute of Health 18/11/1996 prot. EPI / 60 / RMI, are you among the "uncovered" or "covered"? Were you aware of what?

As you can see from the ISTAT data, polio at the beginning of the century was an almost unknown disease.

This chart is spoiled by big misconduct:

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This graph does not give any statistical data. In order for the data to be considered as such, it must have a continuity of references. Now it should be noted that until 1955, any symptom of paralysis that lasted 24 hours was considered polio. After the introduction of the vaccination, and to prove that it worked, a new method was launched for the registration of polio cases. Polio was such, and was recorded if the paralysis persisted for 60 days. This inconsistency in compiling the statistics makes them in themselves unreliable, however a data remains irrefutable: after the introduction of vaccination there was an increase in disproportionate cases of poliomyelitis, although all cases of paralysis were removed (of the first 24 hours) that were previously part of the statistic. Another very important observation: vaccination became mandatory, in Italy in 1966, when the disease was practically gone, but they boast that it was the vaccine. To be precise, it should be noted that in 1964 there was a very strong vaccination campaign, well observed the period, was polio rising or falling? In the graph there is no distinction between "wild-natural polio" and "vaccine polio" , there is only "polio". Furthermore, “before the Salk, all types of infantile paralysis were improperly classified as polio or infantile paralysis, while cases of infantile paralysis of different etiology were" removed ". According to their association, muscular dystrophies seem to be more than 100.000 in Italy today, appearing in particular since 1966, the year of the obligation to antipoly ". BRUSSELS - EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT - 05.04.2002 International conference on the topic: The foundations of vaccinations. Report by Dr. Dario MIEDICO - Milan - Italy


But does this vaccine work or not?
Poliomyelitis: what is the optimal level of vaccination coverage? Is it true that epidemics would return below 90%?

To find out if this statement is correct or not, it is necessary to compare the recent Italian situation with that of other western countries. Obviously the comparisons must be made on countries with comparable socio-sanitary situations; from this point of view the USA is an excellent observation point, in that:

a) they have a population of over 200.000.000 inhabitants and I know that for epidemiological investigations the larger the sample the more reliable it is;

b) the statistical records are notoriously accurate.

We therefore report polio cases in the US from 1980 to 1990:

Source: table number 190, Statistical Abstracts of the United States (4) "N. 190. Specific Reportable Diseases. Cases Reported: 1970 to 1990 Poliomyelitis, acute 1980: 9; 1983: 15; 1984: 8; 1985: 7; 1986 : 8; 1987: 6; 1988: 9; 1989: 5; 1990: 7. "

Let's see now in the same years what was the percentage of children vaccinated, always from (4):

"From Statistical Abstracts of the United States, table n. 189, Percent of children immunized against specific diseases, by Age Group: 1980 to 1985. Polio (1 to 4 years old) 1980: 58.8%; 1984: 54.8%; 1985: 55.3%. Polio (5 to 14 years old) 1980: 70.0%; 1984: 70.2%; 1985: 69.7%. "


Also always in the USA
"the May 1, 1994 HICNet Medical News, citing MMWR, reports on vaccination coverage of 2 years old children in the Us from 1992-1993: 'Vaccination coverage increased for three vaccines from 1992 to 1993: for three or more doses of Hib, from 28.0% to 49.9% (p <0.05); for three or more doses of, poliomyelitis vaccine from 72.4% to 78.4% (p <0.05) '".

From the comparison of the previous data, it follows that in the USA between 1980 and 1985, on average, (data from 1981 and 1982 are missing from this source) there were 9,75 cases on average per year (39 \ 4) : 9 cases per year for an illness on such a large population certainly cannot make people talk about an epidemic. In the same period, vaccination coverage (averaging coverage for children 1-4 years and 5 to 14 years) was 63,13%; even more interestingly, the average coverage for children aged 1 to 4 was 56,3%; this is very significant, as polio mainly affects young children ("more than 70% of cases occurred within 2 years of age" (3), p. 14).

For the most recent data concerning the children of 2 years of age, the percentage of vaccinated persons rose, due to the vaccination campaign followed in the USA, but remained well below 90 -95%: in any case, even over the years more recent polio outbreaks have not occurred in the US. In essence, even if (from 1980 to 1985) the vaccination coverage was about 30% lower than the value deemed essential to prevent epidemics, these did not occur.

Indeed, in the age group most at risk (young children) the coverage was around 40% lower than the target of 95%. This indicates that in countries similar to ours, at least in recent years, the almost disappearance of polio cases is not due to vaccination, but to other causes (of which, strangely, no mention is ever made).

Let us now ask ourselves what may have been the case in the United States in recent years. Making an average of the 9 surveys above, 8,22 cases are obtained per year in the USA from 1980 to 1990; now, in a recent report it states: "since 1980, an average of eight to nine case of paralytic poliomyelitis associated with OPV has been reported annnually in the United States. Vaccine-associated paralytic poliomyelitis (VAPP) has been the only indigenous form of the disease in the United States since 1979. Additional (unreported) cases of VAPP probably occur. "(1) (since 1980, an average of 8 \ 9 cases of paralytic poliomyelitis associated with OPV Vaccine associated paralytic poliomyelitis (VAPP) was the only type of polio in the US not imported from abroad since 1979. There are probably other cases of VAPP that are not reported , ndt).

So in recent years, in the US, all cases of indigenous polio (not imported from abroad) have been directly caused by the OPV vaccine. But since, as can be deduced from the above data, there is a perfect coincidence between the total polio data (8,22 per year on average) and those caused by the vaccine, it can certainly be said that almost all polio cases in the US since 1980 were caused by the vaccine.

It can therefore be concluded that:
A) in the US, the decline in polio cases was not substantially due to the vaccine
B) as regards the few cases of polio that occurred, these were almost entirely caused by the vaccine itself.

In Italy, since the vaccination coverage is 98%, it is not possible to know whether the drop in polio cases is due to the vaccine or extra-vaccine factors, as the case of the USA suggests; in any case, being the two situations comparable, it seems at least unlikely that the drop was due mainly to the vaccine alone.

In the Netherlands, there has been a polio outbreak in unvaccinated individuals. In 1992 there were 68 cases (in unvaccinated subjects) in a religious community of Protestant Orthodox in the Netherlands. But in 1988 there were 15 cases in Israel in vaccinated subjects, and in Oman in 1988-89 there were 43 cases in subjects mostly largely vaccinated, or who had started the vaccination cycle, not completed due to age reasons (2). Therefore, the fact of being vaccinated or not does not seem to influence the course of limited epidemics. It is interesting to note that both in the epidemics in the Netherlands and in Israel, it is always apparent from (2) that they both occurred in communities with close social contacts and with contact with domestic waste water due to the lack of efficient sewers. Since the route of transmission of the polio-virus is oro-fecal, this commonality of situation can explain the double epidemic in both unvaccinated and vaccinated subjects.

Bibliography:

(1) MMWR Recommendations and Reports --- January 24, 1997 / Vol. 46 / No. RR 3
(2) ex officio technical consultancy filed on 11/2/1995 by Dr. Raffaele Barisani, medical examiner, at the Trieste court of appeal. for minors
(3) MMWR september 6,1996 / vol. 45 / No. RR- 12 pag. 09
(4) newsgroup: Archive-name: misc-kids / vaccinations / part1; Posting-Frequency: monthly; Last-Modified: February 11, 1996; Collection maintained by Lynn Gazis-Sax (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)


Is polio an incurable disease?
Some researchers had already found simple ways to deal with this disease:

In 1943 the scholar Dr. A. NEVEU discovered that MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE could block the onset of paralysis due to poliovirus and completely heal even the most serious form of poliomyelitis. There was only one condition: magnesium chloride had to be administered in the first 48 hours from the onset of the first symptoms and above all not later than the first manifestation of neck stiffness, the first sign of paralysis.

Here is the story written by Dr. Neveu of one of his little patients, 8 months old:
Monday, September 2, 1957 <Florence vomits, poliomyelitis occurs frequently in small patients with gastro-intestinal disorders.
Tuesday 3 wk : the temperature which in the morning is 38,6 ° rises to 39 °.
Wednesday 4 wk : the temperature in the morning is 39 °, vomiting. At 9 am Florence complains. He can no longer move his arms and can only barely move his legs. She cries if you touch her. The family doctor, called, recommends hospitalization with the following motivation: I, undersigned, Dr. C. I certify that the eight-month-old Florence R. must be hospitalized for infectious syndrome with paresis of the four limbs, and mainly of the upper limbs, the girl must be isolated until the end of the clinical tests. Since my colleague -continues Dr. Neve- had talked about possible polio, the parents took me two hours after the child.

Condition of the child at 11 am on Wednesday 4 weeks: the arms are inert, they fall heavily when you lift them. The legs and feet hardly move anymore. Breathing is difficult, jerky. It is time to act, otherwise you will have to resort to the steel lung before evening. I recommend the following treatment: administer two coffee spoons every three hours of a solution of dried magnesium chloride, in the proportion of 20 grams per 1000, sweetened with a little powdered sugar. This treatment begins at noon. Florence fell asleep at 13pm and wakes up at 14,30pm. At 15 pm she takes two coffee spoons of the solution. Two and a half hours later - at 17,30 - Florence begins to move its paralyzed limbs. The temperature dropped to 36,4 °. Breathing has returned to normal, little Florence smiles at her mother. However, a certain dorsal rigidity persists. Mommy will tell me later. "when I saw my little girl come back to life in the evening, I thought I was going crazy for joy".
Thursday 5 weeks: the temperature in the morning is 36,9 °; in the evening she is completely freed from paralysis. I would like to point out a very curious fact concerning the recovery of the little sick girl: Sunday 8th September: the rectal temperature is 35,4 ° in the morning and 35,6 in the evening.
Monday 9. The temperature drops to 34,9 ° in the morning and rises to 35,2 ° in the evening. Then the temperature becomes regular, until then two coffee spoons of the magnesium chloride solution had been administered every three hours. I continue the treatment as follows: two coffee spoons every six hours.
Saturday 14 September: I find a normal girl again. (R. Vergini - Healing with magnesium- Red editions)

This and all the other cases that Dr. Neveu followed with these results, tried to make them known to "official science" but was only disparaged and they succeeded in their aim: not to let the population know that polio could be cured, with a product which cost and costs very little.


What did the polio vaccine give us?
Polio first. Yes, the polio vaccine can safely trigger polio. In what quantity? Really nobody knows! Even because: "Calculating then that on average the annual cohort of newborns in Italy is around 580.000, in the last 14 years (1981-95) there would have been: 1 case of vaccine-associated paralysis for 4.000.000 newborns (or 4.000.000. 1 of doses) and 12.000.000 / XNUMX for subsequent doses. As can be seen, in the case of the first vaccinated, this is a much lower average than that reported by WHO for the other countries that use the Sabin vaccine: can be just assume that some cases have escaped, or it has not been possible to make a certain diagnosis due to an incorrect collection of biological samples to be examined. (Istituto Superiore di Sanità - Eradication of poliomyelitis and surveillance of flaccid paralysis in Italy - Reports ISTISAN 96/22)

We are amazed to read these data from the Ministry of Health. They don't know how many real cases of vaccine poliomyelitis are in Italy. In this way citizens are "screwed" twice: first they don't know why their son is sick, second they are not compensated. However, they continue to spread false data (people must be convinced to get vaccinated) stating that there may be one case of poliomyelitis every 6-700.000 first doses which is absolutely false. In three years (1996-97-98) 9 cases of poliomyelitic vaccine paralysis were ascertained. In Italy about 500.000 babies are born per year for three = 1.500.000. So there is one case for every 166.000 children, and the others? Whereas the FDA stated that 1 in 10 cases of vaccine damage is reported (Miller Immunization theory vs. reality: Espose on vaccinations ISBN 1-881217-12-4)

But it is not over, we consider the statements of Lucia Fiore "director of the Enterovirus Department of the Virology Laboratory of the Istituto Superiore di Sanità" (the sciences 373 // 09/1999 p. 29-30) more alarming <this is a very event rare, (vaccine polio ed) whose frequency, according to WHO data, is estimated to be about 1 case for every 6-700.000 subjects who receive the first dose of vaccine> (we can't find where the Veneto Region found 750.000) What we can't understand is that in the same article, the same, he says "in the last few years there have been 7 cases of poliomyelitis in subjects subjected to vaccination". How come it does not report the Italian statistics, but only that of the WHO?

Another very interesting fact was the recent polio vaccination in Albania: at the beginning of 1996 there was a vaccination campaign in Albania with the distribution of 800.000 doses of the vaccine, the final result is not really known, but some data are filtered . The partial result is eight deaths (ISS rap. Epidemic Polio Albania 23/9 // 96) and 158 paralytics. We invite you to make some divisions to realize the fatal incidence rate of this vaccination. In Albania it has been a few years since carpet vaccination was practiced and there were no epidemics, this broke out after vaccination.

  • In Italy there is a law (ignored by almost all citizens) which establishes: “whoever has suffered damage due to vaccinations must be compensated (health however does not buy it back). This is the famous Law 210 of 1992. In this period (2007) the various associations that deal with this problem are summoned to the Ministry of Health in Rome at the "Technical table damaged by vaccine", to try to "improve" this problem. At the meeting of 10/05/2007 to the precise question asked by CO.R.VE.L.VA.: "How many vaccine victims are in Italy?" The response of the Minister responsible for following this Law was very precise: "We don't have the faintest idea." With such a precise answer the conclusion is drawn: "the vaccines are only good, simply because the side effects are not reported"

Regarding the polio, Dr. Fred Klenner of North Carolina said:

"Here many, although they do not say so, are of the opinion that the vaccines of Salk and Sabin, being derived from monkey kidneys, were directly responsible for the increase in leukemia in this nation".

This suspicion of the long-term effects of viral particles found in circulating blood or dormant in cells located elsewhere in the body also echoes in the words of other researchers. Fundamental, in this regard, is the article that appeared in the British Medical Journal with the title "Multiple sclerosis and vaccination". The theme is summarized in this comment:
"German authors have described the apparent origin, by induction, of multiple sclerosis from vaccinations against smallpox, typhoid, tetanus, polio and tuberculosis, as well as from antidipteric serum.
Zintchenko (1965) registered 12 patients in whom multiple sclerosis had started to manifest after a cycle of rabies vaccinations
".

Dr. Klenner, writing on Cancer Control Journal says:

"Many theories have been formulated about the cause of multiple sclerosis, and viral theory has a prominent place among all. What virus is it? Kempe, of the University of Colorado Medical School, reports the Medical World News, believes that it is a virus contained in the vet. We, on the contrary, have patients undergoing treatment for multiple sclerosis who have never had this vaccination. Dr. Alter, writing in the Medical Tribune, put forward the hypothesis that that syndrome stemmed from "dormant" virus. The theory, in its fundamental nucleus, rests on the circumstantial evidence that in other diseases there is the presence of filterable, transmissible agents, with typical properties of slow-onset viruses. We believe that multiple sclerosis is caused by the Coxsackie virus. One of our patients was diagnosed with poliomyelitis because she had total paralysis, but later recovered completely. At six he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis without hesitation. Another patient, also followed by us, was diagnosed with polio at the age of 19. At 28 multiple sclerosis and the neurologist who first made the diagnosis is convinced that the pathology from which the patient suffered at 19 should not have been given a different name. Both diseases can cause paralysis, but only the Coxsackie virus allows complete recovery, without residual signs. "

“It seems that a number of viruses can be involved in multiple sclerosis. The Coxsackie virus falls into a large group of viruses, and precisely into a genus in which the polio virus also falls (there are three different strains). Coxsackie viruses are divided into two groups, which comprise about 30 types of viral particles. They are involved in a wide variety of diseases: from the common cold to pneumonia, from meningitis to polio paralysis. They are often present in subclinical infections, which have a planetary presence and are found in most people. It is the presence in the blood of the most virulent types that can lead to serious diseases. "Source: Leon Chaitow THE DANGERS OF VACCINATION AND THE POSSIBLE ALTERNATIVES Pag. 96-97

In the Federal Republic of Germany, while polio cases decreased by 78% (1962), Coxsackie and Echo virus diseases increased by 455%. The Coxsackie A7 virus causes the same histological changes in the spinal cord of monkeys that have been found with the vaccine polyvirus and generates often fatal myelitis. (Source: Manzoli -Vaccination table- page 77)


Further information by CORVELVA
Polio is a paralyzing disease, multiple sclerosis is a paralyzing disease.

We know absolutely nothing about multiple sclerosis, which is why great investments are made to find the edge of the skein. Although we do not have the scientific evidence to prove it, we are convinced that multiple sclerosis is the result of mass polio vaccination. In fact, in those countries where mass vaccinations against polio are not carried out, the incidence of multiple sclerosis is very rare. In Italy every four hours there is a new case of multiple sclerosis, as we have already said we do not have the scientific evidence of our hypothesis, but so far, every time we have hypothesized something, time has always proved us right.

We wrote this a few years ago before learning about these studies.

If anyone still wants to thank this vaccine, "for saving humanity", we remind them of the gift they left to subsequent generations.

“The first 150.000.000 vaccine doses were contaminated with the SV40 virus, a monkey virus that triggers three types of tumors: brain, osteosarcomas, mesotheliomas. These three types of cancers are continuously increasing. This virus has entered the human genome and is transmitted from father / mother to son. According to an American study, 25% of the Italian population has this virus in their blood. Source: Nexus n ° 19 page 19/22"


28.300 cancer deaths expected thanks to polio vaccine
The "killer" tumor of the 2000s:"pleural mesothelioma"

Source: Eighteen Company Newsletter ULSS 18 of Rovigo year 6 - n. August 21, 2000 p. 22-23.

"This is the disheartening statement, but at the same time also the representation of a crude reality emerged in a recent conference organized by the Oncological Reference Center of Aviano (CRO), on April 15 of this year, entitled" Aetiopathogenesis of mesothelioma and therapeutic synthesis ".

On the other hand, at least for professionals, this authoritative occasion was certainly not indispensable to confirm that we are now faced with what we could, without excessive alarmism, define the emergency of the 2000s in Italy and in the other industrialized countries in the world, as already anticipated at the National Conference on asbestos, organized in Rome by the Ministry of Health in March 1999.

Malignant Mesothelioma (MM) is a tumor that affects the pleura or the serous ones (parietal and visceral) lining the lung interposed between the lung itself and the chest wall.

The first epidemiological evidence of this pathology concerned, in the 60s, workers employed in the extraction of a mineral called asbestos. This fibrous mineral has been widely used in all industrialized countries, including Italy, especially in the 60s and 80s and has found widespread use both in the civil and industrial sectors, above all for its characteristics of fireproof material.

It is therefore evident that there is, towards asbestos, both a "work" or professional exposure, which involves or has involved certain categories of workers, and another so-called "environmental" to which the entire population is exposed. general.

Epidemiologically, pleural cancer mortality trends have doubled in Italy over the past 20 years. In Europe, a real epidemic is expected in the coming years: the total number of deaths expected from pleural tumors between 1995 and 2029 is 190.200, of which 28.300 in Italy.

The pathogenetic mechanism, which seems to be the basis of the onset of this pathology, is to be identified in the SV 40 virus (Simian Virus), considered the most powerful viral carcinogen known, identified by the Italian researcher Michele Carbone, professor at the Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center of Chicago; the spread of this viral agent to man occurred massively, between the years 1955 - '63, with the inactivated Salk polio vaccine. The presence in the cells of individuals of the SV 40 virus could therefore be used in the future as a target to develop an immunotherapy, which can offer a glimmer of hope to combat mesothelioma, as the therapeutic solutions still practiced today (surgical therapy, plus chemotherapy and plus radiation therapy) do not offer a significant impact on survival, which is about a year and a half after diagnosis.

It is in this particular context that the Occupational Medicine Service of the Prevention Department of this ULSS Company is part of a Regional Working Group for the realization of a project entitled "Experimentation of a surveillance and assistance system model to ex-asbestos workers ", approved by the Ministry of Health.

Ernesto Bellini and Antonio Masiero Medici of the corporate SPISAL Service "

Notes from Corvelva

Some clarifications and reflections: this conference is focused only on one type of cancer, mesothelioma, and does not deal with data and forecasts nor the brain tumor problem - always triggered by the SV40 - which has had a significant increase, even by 30% ; nor of bone tumors (osteosarcomas), also the latter always caused by SV40 and with a significant increase in recent years. It is also interesting to analyze the ISTAT data regarding polio deaths; from 1924 to the last case of wild poliomyelitis (that is caused by wild viruses and not triggered by vaccine viruses) of 1972 there were 14.631 deaths, while among the expected deaths and those already occurred from mesothelioma there are 28.300 cases. You can compare the two facts well and realize the great success - unfortunate! - of this vaccination. Note that in Italy there are no data on polio deaths caused by vaccination. Furthermore, always analyzing the ISTAT data, it turns out that the years of greatest mortality from polio were those following the introduction of the polio vaccination.


WHO European Region: cases of polio in Tajikistan (update of 20 May 2010)
SOURCE: http://www.epicentro.iss.it/problemi/polio/tajikistanMaggio2010.asp

Donato Greco - WHO polio expert
Flavia Riccardo - Epidemiology department of infectious diseases (Cnesps, Iss)

May 20, 2010 - Since April 2010, the polio-free status of the European Region of the World Health Organization (WHO) has been questioned over the outbreak of a wild polio virus (Wpv1) epidemic in Tajikistan in south-western part of the country, bordering Afghanistan and Uzbekistan. Prior to this report, the last confirmed case of poliomyelitis in Tajikistan dated back to 1997 and the country reported an 2008% vaccination coverage with Opv in 87. As of May 17, 2010, 393 cases of acute flaccid paralysis (Afp) have been diagnosed in Tajikistan and 108 cases of wild polio infection Wpv1 have been officially confirmed. Figure 1 shows the epidemic curve on 17 May. Virus sequencing has established that the poliovirus responsible for the outbreak is genetically closest to a recently isolated strain in Uttar Pradesh, India. 84,3% of confirmed polio cases occurred in children under 5 years and more than half of the confirmed cases had received at least three doses of the oral vaccine against the disease. Since January 2010, 29 cases of acute flaccid paralysis were reported in Uzbekistan, 23 were negative for poliovirus while 6 are awaiting laboratory confirmation. According to WHO sources, a case of wild polio virus infection has been confirmed in Russia in a child from Tajikistan. In response to the epidemic, a national vaccination campaign with monovalent OPV vaccine against polio 1 virus (mOpv1) began at the beginning of May, conducted by the Ministry of Health of Tajikistan, in collaboration with WHO, Unicef, Cdc and other partners of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative. The first round ended on May 8 and further campaigns will take place between May 18-22 and June 1-5. As of May 10, preliminary WHO data indicated that over 1 million children under the age of 6 had received a dose of vaccine. The WHO is working closely with the governments of countries close to Tajikistan in the WHO European Region and in collaboration with Unicef ​​and Cdc on the preparedness and response measures for the epidemic. These activities include enhanced surveillance and national and sub-regional vaccination campaigns. WHO and its partners aim to vaccinate nearly 3 million children under 5 in Uzbekistan, where a national vaccination campaign was launched on May 17. Similarly, the Kyrgyz government has already started an immunization campaign against polio in areas bordering Tajikistan. The governments of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan have strengthened surveillance and are considering launching vaccination campaigns.

The ongoing epidemic reinforces the awareness of having to maintain high vaccination coverage to prevent areas declared free from polio from presenting endemic outbreaks again. As the WHO continues to assess the risk of importing the infection into other Member States, the 2010-2012 strategic plan for eradication was presented this week to the World Health Assembly in the hope of giving a new technical and financial boost. to activities.

Notes from Corvelva

Regarding this note issued by the Ministry of Health through the Istituto Superiore di Sanità, we find it necessary to underline some aspects that are not discussed

  • What were and are the hygiene and food conditions of that country?
  • The same official sources say that the country was in a disastrous economic situation, from which it follows that there were serious food problems for the population, in addition, hygiene and health were in disarray.
  • Don't you find an intervention to improve these conditions logical instead of a vaccination campaign?
  • The polio disease found has affected children under 5 years of age in particular, but it is important to note that those who suffered the most damage were the vaccinated.
  • All the remaining cases of acute flaccid paralysis, and they are the majority, what are they caused by?
  • Few people know that a campaign was underway in Tajikistan against the malaria-carrying mosquito using the infamous DDT, which is banned for side effects, including polio.
  • It is also stressed that the polio virus comes from India, are you aware of this data?

The Indian experience
Interesting is also an editorial appeared on the The Times of India on September 23, 2006 (Editorial. Drop in the Ocean. The Times of India. 23 Sep 2006. See http: //timesofindia.indiatimes.com/search.cms)

"There is something wrong with the Polio Eradication Program in India (PEI: Polio Eradication Initiative). THE'Indian Medical Association (IMA) has raised strong doubts that after a decade of intensive polio vaccination campaigns, the incidence of cases of acute polio flaccid paralysis is continuously increasing, especially in the States of Uttar, Pradesh and Bihar. The overall incidence of this disease is usually 1 / 100.000, but in India this has suddenly risen to 12-13 cases / 100.000 after mass vaccination campaigns have started. The IMA has now convinced itself that there is a link between vaccination campaigns and the dizzying increase in cases of flaccid paralysis, but the government categorically denies it. The incidence of the disease increased from 3.047 cases in 1997, when the EIP started, to 27.000 cases in 2005, and these data cannot be refuted since the disease affected children who had been vaccinated. At the same time, there are reports that support the spread of polio in areas considered free of this disease, such as Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. The organizations that are propagating the PEI project (UNICEF, CDC, OMS and Rotary International) should be more cautious and better examine the situation. But, once again closing their eyes to this latest failure of the PEI project, these international bodies demonstrate that their perception of public health issues is rather limited. It is not possible that polio control passes only through a simple injection, but programs to improve the general health situation and nutrition of the population are necessary. ...

From a more general point of view, the issue that concerns vaccinations and that considers them as a sort of 'magic cure' is still an open topic. There is growing evidence that intensive and massive immunization has a negative impact on the immune system making children vulnerable to diseases such as asthma and the onset of ever new allergies.

In other cases, some researchers associate vaccinations with possible neurological disorders.

In India, children receive up to 25 doses of polio vaccine: something never seen in any other country in the world.

However, the government has decided not to inform the population about the contraindications for vaccination".

This editorial is publicly expressed with heavy statements:

- people know nothing;

- the health situation of Indian childhood polio is worsening tragically, - the Indian government and international organizations "humanitarian"(Which by the way are always the themselves) are aware of reality, but they do not change their plans and rather, they decide to hide the truth to people.

In the logic of profit, in which we live

A healthy child does not pay off

It only makes parents happy

A SICK child instead makes a lot:

Medicines - visits - checks - analyzes - tests etc.

Parents just have to work, pay and not think

By the Corvelva Scientific Group