Did Bill Gates KNOW His Polio Vaccination Push Would Paralyze Children?

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At least he certainly OUGHT to have known that oral polio vaccines were discontinued in the U.S. due to their known contribution to vaccine-derived paralysis.

Aaron Dykes      
      AP

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation created the GAVI alliance to push vaccinations on the poorest parts of the developing world in the name of “saving lives” and stopping disease.

In particular, Bill Gates expects to take credit for wiping out polio worldwide by making it one of his primary issues. But at what cost?

Did Bill Gates KNOW His Polio Vaccination Push Would Paralyze Children

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In April 2012, I reported on a disturbing claim in the Indian medical press that some 47,500 children had been paralyzed as a direct result of the polio vaccination campaign that had swept through their populous country. India’s National Polio Surveillance Project found that a sharp rise in the cases of non-polio paralysis correlated with areas where doses of oral polio vaccine were also increased.

Worse, children afflicted with polio vaccine-derived non-polio paralysis “were at more than twice the risk of dying than those with wild polio infection,” according to Indian officials.

Bill Gates has publicly denied that his vaccination campaign harmed anyone after being confronted by Truthstream Media’s Melissa Melton.

In June 2013, a ten-month old baby in India made headlines after it was paralyzed from receiving a polio vaccine, all while Bollywood celebrities, reportedly hired by the Gates Foundation, were used to urge the public to accept the vaccinations.

Perhaps the worst part of this tragic backlash in what is meant to be a campaign to improve public health is that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the UN’s World Health Organization knew that oral polio vaccines caused paralysis – but they thought the trade-off was worth it. The claim rings as hollow as when former Secretary of State Madeline Albright claimed that some half a million Iraqis killed by sanctions was also “worth it.”

After years of controversy in the United States, the use of oral polio vaccine (OPV) was discontinued in 2000 due to its proven link with vaccine-derived poliovirus (VDPV), and in the UK circa 2004.

The use of an injected and inactivated polio vaccine (IPV) replaced its usage in the Western world, while oral polio vaccine continues to be used in the developing world.

Wikipedia notes that the WHO “considers the benefits of vaccination to far outweigh the risk of vaccine derived polio.” A statement on the World Health Organization addressing the issue of vaccine-derived polio updated in April 2013 claims, “The small risk of cVDPVs pales in significance to the tremendous public health benefits associated with OPV.”

While that risk may be statistically negligible from the bureaucratic point of view of the United Nations and agenda-driven philanthropy, the vaccine-derived paralysis has ruined at least 47,500 real human lives in India, in children who would have likely never contracted paralyzing polio but instead were paralyzed and permanently harmed by the so-called “cure” – all while an alternate vaccine not linked with paralysis has long been available.

Who carries the burden for those wrecked lives, and why does no one in the mainstream corporate media address this issue or attempt to hold anyone accountable? I guess there are no political points to be scored, so it won’t be appearing on your TV screen.

Aaron Dykes is a co-founder of TruthstreamMedia.com, where this article first appeared.

6 Responses

  1. 5 War Veteran says:

    If we consider Bill Gate’s stance on population control “Through any means” the answer is simple. Now will Bill Gates be held responsible? Of course not, the Elite are never held responsible.

  2. Rebecca says:

    Who does the fear belong to?

  3. doesntmatter says:

    that’s between him and God…and lets just say, id hate to be him o_o.

  4. Graham says:

    They did the exact same thing with ARV drugs for HIV in Africa, they were banned in the US, so Bush sold the remaining ones to Africa, can’t lose any profits for your pals eh?
    I have long guessed and said on various comment boards that the ‘elite’ hold Gates responsible for us all waking up, because without computers, we wouldn’t know what’s been going on under our noses for so long, and i believe that this has been handed to him as a payback to those who hold him responsible. A kind of, we will kill you for what you’ve done, or you can do this for us, and it will wipe your slate clean, what’s it going to be Bill? So with this guess, that means that he DOES know what he’s doing, but put in that position, what would YOU have done?
    Of course it’s all alleged assumption.

  5. Michael J. Marsalek says:

    If you could cure cancer but had to kill 10,000 people to do it, wouldn’t you have to do it? This question is much easier to answer if you are not one of the 10,000. Similarly, causing paralysis in 47,000 children easily outweighs the possible prevention of paralysis in millions except if you happen to be one of the 47,000 and/or are aware that oral polio vaccinations have been abandoned because the incidents of paralysis in favor of the vaccine currently administered in the U.S. which does not cause paralysis. And finally, even though the promised discussion as to why the U.S. illegally invaded Iraq has not taken place yet, then Secretary Of State Madeline Albright claims that despite the murder of 1/2 million Iraqis, the invasion was well worth it. That is unless you happen to be one of the half million Iraqis that were murdered or one of the tens of millions of Iraqis whose lives were forever changed for the worse. These examples are kind of like the president and Congress enacting laws that only apply to American people but not themselves.

    • mariah says:

      The point of the article was that the vaccine form used DID cause paralysis. And, no, no no to your other points, which sound whacked.

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