In an almost unprecedented admission of vaccine failure, National Public Radio (NPR) recently published a show explaining how the present-day oral polio vaccine is a failure, and is actually contributing to the rise of polio in poor countries.
In it’s Weekend Edition Saturday show, NPR’s Scott Simon and Jason Beaubien produced a show titled: “How The Oral Polio Vaccine Can Cause Polio.”
They report that the U.S. CDC is now recognizing that there is a problem with the oral polio vaccine, which as a live-virus vaccine is actually causing polio around the world, a fact reported here at Health Impact News for over 6 years now.
Of course when we, or any other alternative media source, report this or any other negative news about vaccines, it is labeled as “Fake News,” and it is censored in social media, particularly on Facebook, if the article becomes too popular.
Apparently, this problem of polio being caused by the oral polio vaccine has become such a problem worldwide, that someone gave NPR the approval to cover the story, probably for “damage control.”
For the many years that Health Impact News has been covering the oral polio vaccine tragedy around the world, a vaccine that has long been rejected as unsafe and not used in the U.S., Europe, Israel, and other wealthy nations, but is crippling children in poor countries like India, Africa and Pakistan, Big Pharma and their sponsored “mainstream” media have been criticizing parents in these countries as being “uneducated” for refusing the vaccine which is then forced upon them, often at gun point.
This is just another example of the fact that vaccines can never survive in a free market where one has to prove the success of one’s product to survive in the marketplace, but that government intervention, censorship of science and harmful side effects, and physical force is necessary to get people to comply with mandated vaccinations.
Will future world wars and national revolutions arise from vaccine resistance?
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