Monday 24 February 2014

Mysterious polio-like illness...Polio in a New Dress

This headline on CNN this morning literally made my jaw drop so hard I thought I'd dislocated it.

Mysterious polio-like illness found in 5 California children

By Ralph Ellis, CNN
February 24, 2014 -- Updated 0945 GMT

The lies that have been hammered into the public about the Polio vaccine for almost 70 years have been pushed so thoroughly that they've created a world wide population of people who are incapable of even Considering the idea that the Polio Vaccine didn't save the world.

With the exception of the current mass drugging of North Americans with anti depressants and anti psychotics, there has never ever been a more successful campaign to brainwash the public with medical mythology than the Polio Vaccine.

Now, there are those of you reading these harsh words above who are about to close this article down and refused to read any further. To those who are still reading and seething inside about this crazy "conspiracy theorist" who's spreading lies about the glorious Polio Vaccine, I would ask your patience- Before you slam your lap top shut, please take a moment to consider all of the information below.

We have been conditioned by our own conditioned parents, family, friends, society in general and through one of the most successful media campaigns in the history of the world, that to even Question the validity of the Polio Vaccine victory in "eradicating Polio from the face of the earth" is almost on the same level as treason.    We have a medical society so steeped in misdirection and lies that most of their own doctors have bought the polio story hook, line and sinker.  To be truthful, it isn't all their fault.  When Pharmaceutical companies are allowed to "fund" medical schools and write medical journal articles based on their own products, you cannot possibly expect unbiased opinions.  This would be like allowing a tobacco lobbyist to write research papers on lung cancer.

I am going to show you where Polio has disappeared to and I am going to start by giving you information about some very well known diseases.  Please read them carefully.



Although polio can cause paralysis and death, the vast majority of people who are infected with the poliovirus don't become sick and are never aware they've been infected with polio.

Nonparalytic polio

Some people who develop symptoms from the poliovirus contract nonparalytic polio — a type of polio that doesn't lead to paralysis (abortive polio). This usually causes the same mild, flu-like signs and symptoms typical of other viral illnesses.
Signs and symptoms, which generally last one to 10 days, include:
  • Fever
  • Sore throat
  • Headache
  • Vomiting
  • Fatigue
  • Back pain or stiffness
  • Neck pain or stiffness
  • Pain or stiffness in the arms or legs
  • Muscle spasms or tenderness
  • Meningitis

Paralytic polio

In rare cases, poliovirus infection leads to paralytic polio, the most serious form of the disease. Paralytic polio has several types, based on the part of your body that's affected — your spinal cord (spinal polio), your brainstem (bulbar polio) or both (bulbospinal polio).
Initial signs and symptoms of paralytic polio, such as fever and headache, often mimic those of nonparalytic polio. Within a week, however, signs and symptoms specific to paralytic polio appear, including:
  • Loss of reflexes
  • Severe muscle aches or spasms
  • Loose and floppy limbs (flaccid paralysis), often worse on one side of the body
The onset of paralysis may be sudden.

Post-polio syndrome

Post-polio syndrome is a cluster of disabling signs and symptoms that affect some people for decades — an average of 25 to 35 years — after they had polio. Common signs and symptoms include:
  • Progressive muscle or joint weakness and pain
  • General fatigue and exhaustion after minimal activity
  • Muscle atrophy
  • Breathing or swallowing problems
  • Sleep-related breathing disorders, such as sleep apnea
  • Decreased tolerance of cold temperatures 

Also known as Accute Flaccid Paralysis

Flaccid Paralysis

Flaccid paralysis is a condition characterized by extreme weakness of muscles and loss of muscle tone.


Acute paralysis in limbs that are flaccid (floppy or limp) are associated with this condition.  Signs and symptoms depends on what is causing the AFP:
  • Progression of paralysis
  • Fever onset
  • Diminished muslce tone
  • Sensory loss, cramps, or tingling of palms and soles of the feet
  • Bladder dysfunction
  • Respiratory insufficiency

Transverse Myelitis Inflammation

Inflammation of the spinal cord can cause a neurological disorder called transverse myelitis (TM).  “Transverse�? describes where the inflammation occurs—across the width of one segment of the spinal cord—while “myelitis�? refers to the inflammation of the spinal cord itself.
When the spinal cord becomes inflamed, myelin, and insulating material that covers nerve cell fibers, is destroyed. This causes scars, which disrupt communication between the nerves in the spinal cord and the rest of the body.

Symptoms of TM

The main symptom of TM is loss of spinal cord function over a period of several hours to several weeks. TM may begin with relatively minor back pain, progress to muscle weakness and odd feelings in the toes and feet, and can rapidly become more severe, eventually resulting in paralysis.

Causes of TM

While no one is sure what causes TM, there are many hypotheses. Possible causes include:
  • Viral infections, often due to the viruses that cause Chicken Pox and Shingles
  • Viral infections due to herpes simplex, Epstein-Barr, influenza, HIV, hepatits A, or rubella
  • Bacterial skin infections
  • Middle ear infections
  • Bacterial pneumonia
  • Abnormal immune reactions
  • Poor blood flow through the blood vessels in the spinal cord
  • A complication from syphilis, measles, Lyme disease, and some vaccinations


It's easy to mistake the early signs and symptoms of meningitis for the flu (influenza). Meningitis signs and symptoms may develop over several hours or over one or two days.
The signs and symptoms that may occur in anyone older than age of 2 include:
  • Sudden high fever
  • Severe headache that isn't easily confused with other types of headache
  • Stiff neck
  • Vomiting or nausea with headache
  • Confusion or difficulty concentrating
  • Seizures
  • Sleepiness or difficulty waking up
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Lack of interest in drinking and eating
  • Skin rash in some cases, such as in meningococcal meningitis

Guillain-Barre syndrome

Guillain-Barre syndrome often begins with tingling and weakness starting in your feet and legs and spreading to your upper body and arms. These symptoms may begin — often not causing much notice — in your fingers and toes. In some people, symptoms begin in the arms or even the face. As the disorder progresses, muscle weakness can evolve into paralysis.
Signs and symptoms of Guillain-Barre syndrome may include:
  • Prickling, "pins and needles" sensations in your fingers, toes or both
  • Weakness or tingling sensations in your legs that spread to your upper body
  • Unsteady walking or inability to walk
  • Difficulty with eye movement, facial movement, speaking, chewing or swallowing
  • Severe pain in your lower back
  • Difficulty with bladder control or intestinal functions
  • Rapid heart rate
  • Low or high blood pressure
  • Difficulty breathing

 Chronic fatigue syndrome

Chronic fatigue syndrome has eight official symptoms, plus the central symptom that gives the condition its name:
  • Fatigue
  • Loss of memory or concentration
  • Sore throat
  • Enlarged lymph nodes in your neck or armpits
  • Unexplained muscle pain
  • Pain that moves from one joint to another without swelling or redness
  • Headache of a new type, pattern or severity
  • Unrefreshing sleep
  • Extreme exhaustion lasting more than 24 hours after physical or mental exercise

Coxsackie virus

Most coxsackievirus infections aren't serious. They typically cause only mild signs and symptoms, such as:
  • Fever
  • Rash
  • Sore throat
  • Joint pain
  • Headache

Every single one of these diseases listed above is Polio.   As the charts (below) clearly show, the incidences of Polio had already radically dropped BEFORE the vaccine was introduced.  Then, in an effort to support the spending of $45 million dollars on Polio vaccine research, The medical associations responsible for looking after the health of you and your children, re-defined the symptoms  of Polio  and created "new" diseases or changed the official symptoms of known diseases to account for the polio symptoms that were still showing up in a population that had already been vaccinated for polio.

"Polio has not been eradicated by vaccination, it is lurking behind a redefinition and new diagnostic names like viral or aseptic meningitis.......According to one of the 1997 issues of the MMWR, there are some 30,000 to 50,000 cases of viral meningitis per year in the United States alone.  That's where all those 30,000 - 50,000 cases of polio disappeared after the introduction of mass vaccination"---Viera Scheibner 

Statistics on polio were manipulated. One such way was to redefine the disease, renaming it "viral or aseptic meningitis" or "cocksackie virus". In one US county, for example, in July 1955 there were 273 cases of polio reported for 50 cases of asceptic meningitis, compared to 5 cases of polio in 1966 and 256 cases of aseptic meningitis. These new diagnostic guideline's were issued by the CDC. If you object to polio vaccination, and you get polio--it is usually called "polio." If you have been vaccinated and you get "polio", it is called meningitis(2).

Coxsackievirus and echoviruses can cause paralytic syndromes that are clinically indistinguishable from paralytic poliomyelitis. (John H. Menkes, Textbook Of Child Neurology, 5th ed., page 420)  

"Dr. Thomas Francis did not mention in his key evaluation of the 1954 Salk field trials that those who contracted polio after their first innoculation and before their second inoculation were placed in the "not-inoculated" list.' (Maurice B. Bayly, The Story Of The Salk Anti-poliomyelitis Vaccine, 1956). 

..."Official data shows that large scale vaccination has failed to obtain any significant improvement of the diseases against which they were supposed to provide protection"---Dr Sabin, developer of Polio vaccine.

Health officials convinced the Chinese to rename the bulk of their polio to Guillaine Barre Syndrome (GBS). A study found that the new disorder (Chinese Paralytic syndrome) and the GBS was really polio (41). After mass vaccination in 1971, reports of polio went down but GBS increased about 10 fold.

"In the WHO polio vaccine eradication in the Americas, there were 930 cases of paralytic disease—all called polio. Five years later, at the end of the campaign, roughly 2000 cases of paralytic disease occurred—but only 6 of them were called polio (41). The rate of paralytic disease doubled, but the disease definition changed so drastically that hardly any of it was called polio any more."—Greg Beattie

"They started vaccinating in 1985 (in the Americas). Within 4 months they had 350 cases…They caused a substantial, huge outbreak of polio but they started ‘discarding’ most of the cases (put as flaccid paralysis)."—Viera Scheibner (42).
hiding polio, wonderful quotes:
Hiding Polio: After vaccination 'polio' became 'meningitis'
July 195527350323
July 196165161226
July 196331151182
Sep. 19665256261
The above often quoted figures are credited to the Los Angeles County [USA] Health Index: Morbidity and Mortality, Reportable Diseases

CNN and the main stream media are now  breaking the news story that  there are 5 children in California with "Polio-like" symptoms.

I would ask you to keep your eyes open:  A "New" Disease is about to be "discovered", though in reality it is Polio with a snazzy new dress. Guaranteed.

Please click HERE to read the original article and the links for much more information on Polio and the Polio Vaccine

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