powershellder 1 point ago +1 / -0

According to Dr. Bernard Greenberg, head of the Department of Biostatistics of the University of North Carolina School of Public Health:

In order to qualify for classification as paralytic poliomyelitis, the patient had to exhibit paralytic symptoms for at least 60 days after the onset of the disease. Prior to 1954, the patient had to exhibit paralytic symptoms for only 24 hours. Laboratory confirmation and the presence of residual paralysis were not required. After 1954, residual paralysis was determined 10 to 20 days and again 50 to 70 days after the onset of the disease. This change in definition meant that in 1955 we started reporting a new disease, namely, paralytic poliomyelitis with a longer lasting paralysis.

Under the new definition of polio, thousands of cases which would have previously been counted as polio would no longer be counted as polio. The change in the definition laid the groundwork for creating the impression that the Salk vaccine was effective

So if you had actual polio virus and it cleared up before 60 days, it wouldn’t be counted as polio under the new rules.

Before 1955, GBS and any paralysis (there are several unfortunate things that can cause this) counted as polio. After, they were separated into different diseases.

powershellder 8 points ago +8 / -0

Wait until people hear about the CHAT vaccine and how it likely caused the jump of SIV in monkeys to HIV in humans.

The experimental vaccine for polio is the most viable theory for how we got AIDS in humans. It is the only theory that explains the speed of mutations, spread, and simultaneous outbreak locations.

Edward Hooper wrote a very thorough book on the subject.

powershellder 6 points ago +6 / -0

That middle one is funny.

He had a one-night-stand with a random stranger, but now she needs to “get tested” for COVID.

He’s more worried about COVID than STDs, it seems.

powershellder 41 points ago +42 / -1

Wild polio is eradicated and the only cases left come from the vaccine.

Polio is also 95% asymptomatic, with most people suffering flu-like symptoms.

Polio is spread through fecal contamination. Same as cholera. Yet we don’t vaccinate for cholera, and it’s “eradicated” too.

They also redefined what polio was right after the vaccine came out. We still have guillaine barre syndrome and “non-polio acute flaccid paralysis”.

They lie about all vaccines, not just this one.

powershellder 3 points ago +3 / -0


There is no cure, but if it is indeed copper/manganese based, supplementing with copper may help.

powershellder 1 point ago +2 / -1

If you read about organophosphates, this is likely where mad cow came from.

A mid balance between copper and manganese.

It explains the spread better than just bone meal (not all animals who ate bone meal became infected, and animals that only ate grass also developed it).


powershellder 61 points ago +61 / -0

It’s fine to believe what you want, but anyone who goes on social media and publicly rants about hating a general group is probably a cunt.

powershellder 4 points ago +4 / -0

How long has he been taking it?

Just wondering if it’s like an antibiotic, where the virus wasn’t totally killed off and is now multiplying again, or if it’s helping by a different mechanism.

powershellder 4 points ago +4 / -0

It may have actually worked.

It’s pretty obvious they’re withholding treatment so they can push the vaccine.

Remember this time a year ago? There were hundreds of news stories about different companies working on possible cures. Now there’s not a peep.

If they’re withholding one, why not withhold all?

powershellder 1 point ago +1 / -0

If you are interested in learning more, here is a great breakdown with sources:


No one should get any vaccine without knowing the very real risks.

powershellder 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes, I agree with you.

I mean free as in the end-user doesn’t pay for it when they receive it.

powershellder 1 point ago +1 / -0

The vaccine is free.

The MRI’s, inhalers, physical therapy, blood tests, insulin, steroid injections, chemo, and lifelong drug regimens are the real price. And it ain’t cheap.

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