(Video) Smoke, Mirrors, and the "Disappearance" of Polio - a presentation by Dr Suzanne Humphries
Thanks for posting this. I've been wanting to write a post about Polio for a long while now, but time has a funny way of slipping by. I will watch this video tonight and report back soon!
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I would like to repeat important points of the presentation.
Polio and DDT:
*DDT as a sole cause or an added circumstance of poliomyelitis
*DDT poisoning includes symptoms that can be indistinguishable from polio, even in the absence of a virus!
*DDT toxicity can cause anterior horn spinal damage, respiratory failure, spasm, flaccid paralysis
*Enhances the release and intracellular multiplication of polio
The Poison Cause of Poliomyelitis and Obstructions to its Investigation.
The article is on this site, but you can't access it. So, if you want to read it, see the link above.
So, was the polio vaccine truly responsible for eradicating polio? No. However, it was responsible for infecting people with SV40!
*Prior to 1954, the criterion of partial or complete paralysis of one or more muscle groups, detected on two examinations at least 24 hours apart, was all that was required.
*Laboratory confirmation and presence of residual paralysis was not required.
*Before vaccine, health officials were vigilantly on the lookout for polio. After the vaccine trials in 1954, they were vigilantly noting who developed polio--whether they were vaccinated or unvaccinated. Every effort was made to diagnose non-polio illness in the vaccinated individuals.
*Well, by 1955 it was clear the vaccine was not working very well. Paralysis cases increased! So, the criteria between paralytic and nonparalytic polio was changed. The new diagnostic criteria called for two exams 60 days apart (not 24 hours anymore). !Viola! With the power of the pen, less cases of polio!
*Any case of polio within 30 days of vaccination was recorded as preexisting, NOT vaccine-induced. How could they tell the difference, I wonder?
*1958, any nonparalytic polio case with meningeal signs (inflammation around spinal cord, but not paralytic) was taken out of the polio category ALTOGETHER and renamed aseptic meningitis! This eliminated a large portion of nonparalytic polio. Talk about a redefinition to suit an agenda!
Edited by BeckyBird - 2/16/13 at 1:48pm