In the June 29, 2013 issue of The Lancet, a rather interesting article appeared. The title “Ukraine at risk of polio outbreak”  aroused more curiosity than this writer can explain, since many of the recent outbreaks have been from polio vaccination campaigns, particularly in India where in April of 2012, this was reported, “Paralysis cases soar after oral polio vaccine introduced.” Indian doctors’ findings were published in the Indian Journal of Medical Ethics.
Furthermore, the doctors provided this troubling information:
In 2011, there were an extra 47500 new cases of NPAFP [in India]. Clinically indistinguishable from polio paralysis but twice as deadly, the incidence of NPAFP was directly proportional to doses of oral polio received. [CJF emphasis added]
NPAFP is non-polio acute flaccid paralysis, which is another term for a paralysis that medicine doesn’t want to have associated with polio that apparently can be contracted either from the oral polio vaccine or from third parties coming in contact with vaccinees through vaccine viral shedding. The very diseases for which a child is vaccinated either can be contracted by the vaccinee, or spread to others through what’s known as vaccine virus shedding, from such vaccines as
the measles vaccine, rubella vaccine, chickenpox vaccine, oral polio vaccine, FluMist vaccine, and possibly a rotavirus vaccine (RotaTeq).
Apparently, the U.S. CDC had to admit that:
From 1980 through 1999, there were 162 confirmed cases of paralytic polio cases reported. Of the 162 cases, eight cases were acquired outside the United States and imported. The last imported case caused by wild poliovirus into the United States was reported in 1993. The remaining 154 cases were vaccine-associated paralytic polio (VAPP) caused by live oral poliovirus vaccine (OPV). [CJF emphasis added]
June 19, 1999 The New York Times published this:
A [U.S.] Federal advisory panel has recommended replacing the oral polio vaccine with the injected version to reduce the chance of contracting the paralyzing disease.
So, why would anyone who knows the facts about vaccines, especially pro-vaccine groups like The Bill & Malinda Gates Foundation, go around the globe distributing the oral polio vaccine? Hasn’t 47,500 NPAFP cases in India made the point that vaccines, especially the oral polio vaccine, are not to be trusted to NOT produce a paralyzing disease by whatever name medicine wants to call it? Brazil, Nigeria, and Pakistan have experienced oral polio vaccine campaigns and also have had NPAFP outbreaks, but you don’t hear about that from the U.S. ‘free’ press, which apparently is coerced into not reporting such public health problems resulting from vaccinations. After all, those facts really would scare off parents if they knew. But, many parents know those facts, as word of mouth travels.
In 2013 an Italian court awarded 200,000 Euros to the family of a six-month-old girl after determining that she died from a mandatory hexavalent vaccine and two optional vaccines. According toExaminer.com,
The court finally recognized the causal connection that a series of medical consultants to the family and the consultant of the court have established between the hexavalent vaccine and the death of the child. ….
The hexavalent vaccine had been composed of the vaccines for polio, diphtheria, tetanus, Hepatitis B, pertussis, and haemophilus.
Getting back to The Lancet’s article about the risk of polio in Ukraine, what this writer finds enormously intriguing is that the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF question why as many as a third of Ukrainian parents are against vaccinations. Perhaps parents everywhere, just not in Ukraine, are beginning to understand the risks involved with vaccinations. As The Lancet article noted,
Many parents speak privately of being aware of the risks of not having their child immunised but say they are preferable to the dangers of vaccines.
Furthermore, what would parents do if they knew that the mumps vaccine in the USA was not what it was cracked up to be, and that the U.S. government is suing the maker, Merck & Company, because
The scientists claim Merck defrauded the U.S. government by causing it to purchase an estimated four million doses of mislabeled and misbranded MMR vaccine per year for at least a decade, and helped ignite two recent mumps outbreaks that the allegedly ineffective vaccine was intended to prevent in the first place. [CJF emphasis added]
For those who want to know more about the problem(s) with that non-effective mumps vaccine, Suzanne Humphries, MD, discusses the issue here.
As an aside, if readers were appalled at what they found out recently about phone, computer, and wiretapping in the USA, just imagine how you would feel if you really knew about how vaccine science actually is done, especially by those who finance the ‘effectiveness’ studies that are presented to the FDA for vaccine approval. See this.
Probably nothing is indicative of the issues regarding vaccines in Ukraine as this:
But there is another substantial hurdle to raising vaccination rates—health-care workers themselves. Some doctors speak openly against vaccination and WHO says it has identified apathy among many medical workers towards promoting immunisation— something rooted again in the 2008 scandal. Nitzan explains to The Lancet: “Many health-care workers are not actively promoting vaccinations. They are afraid that, just like in 2008, that if they vaccinate someone and they get sick then they will get the blame for it."
A 2008 vaccination scandal? Could they be referring to what happened in Brazil when Brazil’s pro-abortion Health Minister Jose Gomes Temporao decided to institute a vaccination campaign, or in Argentina with the rubella vaccine? According to LifeSiteNews.com August 14, 2008,
Temporao is heading a mandatory program to vaccinate 70 million Brazilians, which would make it the largest vaccination in history.
Adolfo Castañeda of Human Life International notes that just two years ago, researchers found that the rubella vaccine used in a similar campaign in Argentina was laced with Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG), a pregnancy hormone that is necessary for a newly conceived zygote to implant in the uterine wall after conception.
When the body receives HCG in a vaccine, it perceives it as an intruder and creates antibodies that fight the presence of the hormone in the body. The body’s immunological response is turned against pregnancy, causing abortions when conception occurs.
Shouldn’t that Argentine HCG issue be considered a crime against humanity? And yet, there are numerous toxic chemicals used in vaccines that parents really don’t know about, but should. How many people really know what’s in vaccines? I discuss many of them in my new book, Vaccination Voodoo, What YOU Don’t Know About Vaccines, coming out on Amazon.com in early August 2013.
Furthermore, I congratulate healthcare workers with insights into the real vaccine/vaccination issues who take a stand and voice them. Their concerns either are being disregarded by federal health agencies, or they are penalized or prosecuted for voicing them. I send kudos to the whistleblowers in the Merck & Company mumps vaccine fiasco that resulted in the feds finally doing something about fraud in vaccine issues. Many medical workers apparently have realized problems with or arising out of vaccines, which have affected their thinking – much to the chagrin of the medical establishment. Morally and ethically, such workers are to be commended, in my opinion. No one should be made to take anything into his or her body, especially vaccines which: a) have not been tested to cause cancer, birth defects, or infertility; b) have been proven to cause the very diseases that they are promoted and advertised as preventing; or, c) contain toxic chemicals that may/can interfere with life processes.
In recent years there have been outbreaks of measles and pertussis (whooping cough) in the United States that health officials tried blaming on non-vaccinated children. Statistically, of those children contracting pertussis, 90 percent or more were fully vaccinated. What does that tell you? Apparently according to health authorities, it says children need more and more vaccinations; not that vaccines do not protect against disease, but can induce disease. It seems the more vaccines are given, the more chronic diseases children are contracting. And, parents realize that—no matter where: Ukraine, India, or the United States. But those who push vaccines can’t seem to – or want to – connect the glaring dots.
Personally, I think there is an accurate and effective way to convince parents, other than using the strong arm of the law that vaccines can make their children healthier, and that’s to do a retrospective study of the health status of non-vaccinated children compared with fully vaccinated children.
One would think that in this age of demanding science and studies to prove efficacy, that type of study would have been done by the U.S. Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Food and Drug Administration to accurately prove vaccine science rather than merely by their mandates saying so.
I am a consumer health researcher who knows of numerous cohorts of unvaccinated children in the United States and the European Union who could be ‘ready-made’ study subjects. I propose a challenge to U.S. federal health agencies to undertake such a study as soon as possible and without Big Pharma input. Children, parents, and consumers need to know the facts—not mandates just “because Big Pharma says so.” Let the factual, independent, non-Big-Pharma-paid-for-study-data speak for itself. What are they afraid of? Furthermore, why haven’t they done such a study heretofore? Isn’t it about time?
Shortly before I finished this article, Norma Erickson, the president of SaneVax, wrote the article “Vaccines: Why are informed consent laws being ignored?” which came out of suggestions I had made regarding informed consent laws relative to vaccines and vaccinations. That exceptional article can be read here.
Catherine J Frompovich (website) is a retired natural nutritionist who earned advanced degrees in Nutrition and Holistic Health Sciences, Certification in Orthomolecular Theory and Practice plus Paralegal Studies.
Her work has been published in national and airline magazines since the early 1980s. Catherine authored numerous books on health issues along with co-authoring papers and monographs with physicians, nurses, and holistic healthcare professionals. She has been a consumer healthcare researcher 35 years and counting.