What causes Polio, poisons or viruses – Do vaccines help or add to the problem?

The human body is designed to:

  • Provide effective barriers to invasive poisons and microbes.
  • Eliminate toxins accumulated from within.
  • Limit the effects of toxins that have not been eliminated.

Vaccines can in one single instance bypass those systems, poisoning the internal tissues and nervous system, creating illnesses that would ordinarily take many years of immune failure and/or extreme poisoning to produce.

Paralytic poliomyelitis is one such invasive illness, involving inflammation of the nervous system including the brain. The term paralytic poliomyelitis was a term used to describe what was previously described as acute flaccid paralysis or infantile paralysis.

Dr Morton S. Biskind’s published articles in 1953 illustrates that the epidemics of the 50’s and 60’s have in fact been clearly linked to the use of the insecticides DDT (Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane), BHC (benzene haxachloride), Arsenic and Lead insecticide compounds, produced by the agrochemical industry, they were also components of household fly killer produced at the same time. These insecticides inevitably found their way into our food and being potent neurological poisons, caused acute neurological poisoning, paralysis, long-term weakness, muscle wasting, brain damage and even death in susceptible individuals.

Jim West’s article ‘Images of Poliomyelitis – A Critique of Scientific Literature’ illustrates the close correlation between the use of these pesticides and the increase in cases of paralytic diseases. Many pharmaceutical researchers were however far more inclined to search for an offending microbe thereby following the pattern that had been reinforced years earlier with Pasteur. The orthodox medical profession would ignore issues of susceptibility, ignore individual environmental and or lifestyle issues, ignore the impact of commercial farming and industrialised pollutants in their attempts to understand and combat disease. Jim West quotes from Biskind’s 1953 article published in the ‘American Journal of Digestive Diseases.’

In 1945, against the advice of investigators who had studied the pharmacology of the compound and found it dangerous for all forms of life, DDT (chlorophenoethane, dichlorodiphenyl-trichloroethane) was released in the United States and other countries for general use by the public as an insecticide. Since the last war there have been a number of curious changes in the incidence of certain ailments and the development of new syndromes never before observed. A most significant feature of this situation is that both man and all his domestic animals have simultaneously been affected.”

It was even known by 1945 that DDT is stored in the body fat of mammals and appears in the milk.  With this foreknowledge the series of catastrophic events that followed the most intensive campaign of mass poisoning in known human history, should not have surprised the experts.”

The polio virus was found at the site of the nerve damage and has been promoted as ‘the cause’ of polio for many years, even though researchers at the time insisted this was not an infectious disease but a neurological poisoning. However, various vaccines were produced with questionable effects in an attempt to cash in on a drug-based preventative.The reduction of polio however coincided with the banning of DDT and other compounds in the 1970’s. However, where they are still in use today in developing countries for example in Nigeria there are once again high rates of infantile paralysis (polio by another name).

Problems with the polio virus theory and therefore polio vaccines:

  • These viruses are found naturally in the digestive system of most individuals, therefore there would need to be a trigger to enable these to either, enter the blood and gain access to the nerves, or another trigger (such as a neurological poison) that would enable the formation of such viruses at the site of nerve damage. Remember it has been shown that viruses are created when we poison cells.
  • To date there are at least 72 viruses of the same family of the original polio viruses that can also be found at the site of neurological damage in syndromes that are identical to paralytic poliomyelitis. The polio vaccine contains only three of these 72 viruses
  • In many instances of illnesses that are clinically indistinguishable from paralytic poliomyelitis, polioviruses are not present. We therefore have acute paralytic diseases that have been renamed according to the presence of these other viruses, e.g. coxsackie viral paralysis, and echo viral paralysis. (The Lancet, 1962:548-51).
  • The chronic symptoms of polio that remain in cases that do not completely resolve is called post-polio syndrome, separate syndromes have also been classified according to other viruses of the polio family and these syndromes have since been reclassified under the general headings of ‘post viral syndrome’, ‘ME’ and more recently ‘chronic fatigue syndrome’.
  • Isolation of the virus from affected victims is in fact a mixture of cell debris and toxins from the damaged tissue, this, needs to be injected into the brains of animals in order to create symptoms of paralysis. Polio however is never caused by injections into the brain.

Neurological poisoning in such acute and chronic syndromes is in fact due to many factors of which vaccines have been shown to contribute, rather than prevent. There are in fact dozens of studies that have appeared in orthodox research journals showing the link between vaccines (and other injections) and the onset of paralytic poliomyelitis. As early as 1900’s, the early vaccines of diphtheria and whooping cough were known to induce paralysis with the paralysis starting in the vaccinated limb. HV Wyatt has presented evidence in the ’Bulletin of Historical Medicine’ 1981; 55:543-57 showing that many kinds of injections could precipitate paralytic poliomyelitis. He has also shown that paralysis starting in both sides of the body is in fact prevalent in individuals receiving injections on both sides. Unfortunately the WHO diagnoses such cases as Guilaine Barre Syndrome as it has been decided that paralytic poliomyelitis appears on one side of the body only.

Vaccines can cause Polio

  • According to Sir Graham S Wilson, honorary lecturer at the Department of Bacteriology, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, many different types of vaccine can precipitate polio (GS Wilson, The Hazards of Immunization, 1967:265-80).
  • In 1992 RW Sutter studying a large outbreak of paralytic poliomyelitis in Oman, published a report in the Journal of Infectious Diseases showing that children who received DPT vaccine (diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis) injections were more likely than controls to suffer paralytic poliomyelitis within the next 30 days, concluding that “injections are an important cause of provocative poliomyelitis

More vaccines equals greater chance of Polio

PM Strebel reported in The New England Journal of Medicine in 1995 that children who received a single intramuscular injection within one month after receiving a polio vaccine were 8 times more likely to contract polio than children who received no injections, when children received up to nine injections within one month they were 27 times more likely to contract polio and a staggering 182 times more likely to contract polio with ten or more injections.

Through the minutia of viral disease classification, vaccine producers have managed to give the impression that infantile paralysis and acute flaccid paralysis was caused by a virus, rather than a neurological poisoning from the insecticide industry. Vaccine promoters have then tried to say, that as a result of vaccination, polio has declined and that post-polio syndromes are rare. In fact such conditions as stated by the original researchers are neurological poisonings and vaccines have been clearly shown to contribute to the increase of these illnesses.