Polio Returns to America

It’s hard to believe that these diseases, that were once eradicated, are coming back, because of “freedom”.


Polio has returned to New York.

A home-grown case of polio myelitis has appeared in Rockland County, north of the city.   It is the first in the United States since 1979 when the disease was wiped out in America. Since then, the occasional case which appeared belonged to a traveler who arrived here with the disease.  The last one was a decade ago.

This week it was announced that the polio virus has been found in New York City’s wastewater in another sign that the disease is quietly spreading among unvaccinated people, health officials said Friday.

Polio virus is usually spread from person to person through infected fecal matter entering the mouth usually by food or water containing human feces and less commonly from infected saliva.   Those who are infected may spread the disease for up to six weeks even if no symptoms are present.   The disease may…

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7 Replies to “Polio Returns to America”

  1. Polio is just another name for rickets, a vitamin D deficiency. Renaming something helps big pharma make more money by selling us useless neruo-toxic drugs.

    There is a serious vitamin D deficiency in the developed world due to increased indoor living and working away from the sun. Add to that toxic suntan creams and pollution blocking the sunlight and you have a recipe for a health disaster.

    The numerous toxic chemicals in the environment do not help of course. Even food and water is poisoned.

    1. Polio & rickets are NOT the same thing. Polio is an infectious disease, which is caused by a virus. Rickets is a vitamin D deficiency, as you correctly said.

      To even suggest that they are the same thing shows the horrible ignorance that surrounds infectious diseases.

      I am old enough to remember children wearing braces on their legs & having to use crutches to walk because they contracted polio. They did not have rickets.

      1. Thank you for your reply. I used to think that polio was prevented by vaccines. But then I relied on what limited information I had been told. I believe I had the polio vaccine as a child.

        Then at 60 years of age I started researching carefully. I started comparing the side effects of polio with rickets etc. I then realised that we had been fooled by big pharma etc into believing vaccines were of some use, conveniently ignoring the fact that public health improvements were actually the main reason.

        If you take the trouble to examine the issue closely and compare photographs you will see what I mean.

        As you state, there is “…horrible ignorance that surrounds infectious diseases.” Fungus can be passed on as can bacteria, but viruses are not what they seem and current viral theory (it is only a theory) is fundamentally flawed.

        There are in fact no infectious diseases in the way the medic etc. tell us. Each person is an individual with an individual immune system in a varying condition depending on a wide range of circumstances.

        So something like measles actually displays different things in different people. This is because each person is different and the body has reacted in a different way to the toxins within it.

        But you cannot pass on the disease to someone else, it merely looks like it. Normally this is related to vitamin D deficiency in the winter months. And to that the fear factor (fear can freeze the immune system and stop us being sensible) and other toxin issues and people fall ill.

        Thus we have all the health issues we have today including the huge increase in cancers as we are poisoned by poor lifestyle, lack of vitamin D, and the various toxins in the environment.

        The whole business model of big pharma relies on re-branding and this included renaming rickets as polio.

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