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The #WorldHealthOrganization (WHO) is finally coming clean about the fact that oral #poliovaccines, which government officials claim prevents the #polio infection, are actually spreading polio all throughout #Africa.#Nigeria, #Congo, #CentralAfricanRepublic, and #Angola are all reporting new cases of polio caused by the oral polio vaccine, which is causing children to become paralyzed and die in the name of “disease prevention.” In a recent report, the WHO revealed that there are now seven countries throughout Africa, including the aforementioned four, where oral polio vaccine-caused polio is harming children. Oral polio vaccines are also causing children to develop polio in #Afghanistan, #Pakistan, and elsewhere throughout #Asia.
Contradicting what politicians and health authorities here in the West are claiming about the “miraculous” nature of FDA-approved vaccines, the WHO says that oral polio vaccines are wreaking havoc on public health all throughout the third world.
Because they contain live virus components that have the capacity to morph into full-blown polio, oral polio vaccines are a high-risk “medicine” that we can now clearly see is causing far more harm than good. “All the current vaccine-derived polio cases have been sparked by a Type 2 virus contained in the vaccine,” admits the Associated Press. “Type 2 wild virus was eliminated years ago,” the AP goes on to explain.
Environmentally speaking, the wild poliovirus is said to spread via contaminated water and food, and usually affects children under the age of five. Roughly one out of every 200 infections results in paralysis, while an even smaller percentage of cases ends in death.
But the bigger polio threat is now coming from oral polio vaccines, as the pharmaceutical and vaccine industries, as well as their lapdogs in politics and media, continue to push them as some kind of “remedy” for polio.
Rich people are still donating billions to push more vaccines on third world populations... 👇🏾#VaccineAgenda#GlobalHealthSecurityAgenda#PopulationControl
I had two brothers and one sister. They all had the chance to study unlike me. My sister was lucky and didn't need to bind her feet and girls with unbound feet had the chance to go to school for at least a few years. China was opening up and life became better for them. Live is good for me now though. There are only two ladies left her with bound feet and women like me will soon disappear. I like to live alone but I am 85 so I live with my son, his wife and their son. When they speak Chinese with each other I can’t understand them. I no longer farm but they do. They grow lots of watermelon over the summer which we like to share with our neighbours and they keep sheep. They buy me new clothes and I do like to make sure my clothes always look nice. I am pretty healthy apart from sometimes I feel dizzy and my heartbeats very fast but that's a part of growing old. They have bought me some medicine for this which helps. I was poor for as long as I can remember but I am happy that my family can live a better life nowadays than I did.
Another one of Taipei’s many memorial hall dedicated to the founder of Modern China. I didn’t get the chance to look inside but was overwhelmed by the marvelous garden landscape surrounding the hall. Also, this was the less crowded (it’s a actually just me and one sweet old couple touristing around) compared to other spots within the city. 🇹🇼 #sunyatsenmemorialhall