Not in Media: Vaccine Causes New Polio Cases in Congo

Two new cases of polio caused by the polio vaccine were reported in Congo a week ago, and the mainstream media of the world have completely blacked out on the cases.

On December 27, ReliefWeb reported the new cases of vaccine-derived polio (VDPV2 – or vaccine-derived poliovirus type 2) in Democratic Republic of Congo. There was no detail provided on who the patients were, their ages, and living conditions or how many polio drops were administered to each of them, where the lab tests were done, and so on.

Moreover, the mainstream media that jumps on every new case of wild/natural polio and reports it with repeated emphasis on polio vaccination have been dead quiet on these vaccine-caused polio cases.

The ReliefWeb report tells that with these two cases, the number of vaccine-derived polio cases has gone up to 12, a number that is scary beyond belief given that those infected by the vaccine are now contagious and would be spreading the virus to more children in the community.

Vaccine-derived polio is disregarded by corporate medical establishment and their media allies as “rare”. However, WHO, CDC, or any other regulatory body has not bothered—and conveniently so—to provide an exact statistical definition of “rare”.

Many outbreaks of vaccine-derived polio have been on record ever since the oral polio vaccine has been mass administered despite media’s and governments’ every effort to suppress its reportage. In Nigeria, more than 300 cases of polio caused by the polio vaccine were studied by

Steven Wassilak and co-researchers in their 2011 paper. Since then, vaccine-derived polio has caused a number of outbreaks in Asia and Africa, including the death of an 8-year-old in Laos.

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