NSNBC | 17 Dec 2013
Almost 100.000 children under the age of five are being targeted for vaccination against polio in the Luanda Sul province of Angola, confirms the Angolan Ministry of Health. The vaccination campaign is the third stage of a nationwide vaccination campaign. Critics warn that the polio vaccine’s safety record is questionable, stressing that tens of thousands of children in India have died after receiving the vaccine.
The health director of Luanda Sul province, Samuquinda Maria Costa, informs that some 112.000 doses of the vaccine have been made available. 664 volunteers and 45 vehicles have been mobilized in the region, 800 kilometers southeast of the Angolan capital Luanda, informs Costa.
The regional health director stressed, that the campaign, which was launched on Friday, is specifically prioritizing isolated border regions near the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Deputy Governor of the Luanda Sul province, Joao Baptista Manaca Abreu has been calling on all heads of all households as well as on tutors to allow the health volunteers to vaccinate their children with the polio vaccine.
Critics however, have issued stern warnings about the vaccine, stressing that the polio vaccine has a highly questionable safety record. The vaccine prompted a scandal in India after 47.000 children died after receiving the vaccine.
In 2011 there were an extra 47500 new cases of NPAFP [non-polio acute flaccid paralysis] in India. NPAFP is clinically indistinguishable from polio paralysis but twice as deadly, the incidence of NPAFP was directly proportional to doses of oral polio received. Through this data was collected within the polio surveillance system, it was not investigated.
In 1976, Dr. Jonas Salk, the creator of the killed-virus vaccine which was used in the 1950s, testified that the live-virus vaccine (used almost exclusively in the U.S. from the early 1960s to 2000) was the ‘principal if not sole cause’ of all reported polio cases in the U.S. since 1961.
The virus remains in the throat for one to two weeks and in the feces for up to two months. Thus, vaccine recipients are at risk, and can potentially spread the disease, as long as fecal excretion of the virus continues, warn experts.
In 1992, the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published an admission that the live-virus vaccine had become the dominant cause of polio in the United States.
The vaccine is now predominantly used in so-called “third world countries”, such as India, the Philippines, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Angola. The vaccination campaigns are in all cases heavily funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation and their subsidiaries. Bill Gates is a known eugenicist and advocates population control.