If the polio vaccine was really a “miracle breakthrough” for public health, why is it still causing people to get polio?

Friday, September 27, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Friday, September 27, 2019

Vaccine apologists are notorious for claiming that vaccines are the greatest public health intervention ever created, pointing to early vaccines for infectious diseases like polio as “proof.” But an inconvenient little truth about the polio vaccine in particular that the vaccine deep state will never confess to is the fact that it doesn’t actually work, and is still, after all these years, causing some recipients to develop polio.

Oral polio vaccines are “spawning virulent strains” of polioviruses that didn’t previously exist, in fact, though you’re unlikely to hear about this on the nightly news anytime soon. That’s because any truths that cast vaccines in a negative light are squelched in order to keep the vaccine racket going, and going strong.

It’s not just that some people, primarily children, are catching polio from oral polio vaccines. There are actually a lot of people catching it from these vaccines – so many, it turns out, that some reports are describing the situation as an “alarming surge.” The very intervention that’s supposed to prevent this debilitating disease is actually spreading it, in other words.

Oral polio vaccine contains live viruses that scientists have long known cause polio

What makes the oral polio vaccine (OPV) particularly dangerous is the fact that it contains live polioviruses that supposedly match wild varieties. Because of this, there’s always a risk that this attenuated, or weakened, vaccine virus will cause infection, especially under poor sanitary and hygiene conditions.

Vaccine scientists know full well that this is a possibility, and have for quite some time. But it’s rarely spoken about because if the public knew that there was a potentially serious risk involved, they might think twice about getting their children vaccinated at all – and we can’t have that, now can we?

“Researchers concede that an OPV virus ‘can very rapidly regain its strength if it starts spreading on its own,’ acquiring ‘mutations that make it basically indistinguishable from the wild-type virus,’” reports Children’s Health Defense (CHD).

“In other words, there is no meaningful difference between a wild and OPV-derived poliovirus ‘in terms of virulence and in terms of how the virus spreads.’”

CDC expert admits that latest OPV has created “more new emergencies of the virus than we have stopped”

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