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Mass Innoculation of Polio Vaccines

 

What do the 19 countries Albania, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Cape Verde, Egypt, Iran, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Mauritius, Papua New Guinea, the Phillipines, Sao Tome, St. Vincent, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan have in common?  These are the countries which have been targeted by the World Health Organization for mass innoculation of the polio vaccine.  The rationale is that they are also the countries which have had the world's highest rates of polio, because they didn't participate in the earlier mass innoculations of these vaccines during the "polio epidemic" years of the 1950s.

But how widespread is polio in these countries, and what is the long term effect of the polio vaccines?  Their average rate of polio is 0.077 cases per 100,000 population, which is not very many cases of polio.  It is less than a total of 250 cases--hardly sufficient justification for the mass innoculation of children with vaccines which have the potential to contain monkey viruses with unknown long term consequences.

Besides being the countries which were late in taking the polio vaccinations, all of these countries also have another thing in common--they have extremely low cancer mortality rates.  Men in Thailand have a cancer rate of 6.4 per 100,000 population, which is one thirty fifth of the cancer rate for American men of 221.3.  The average rate of cancer for men in these 19 countries is 43.9, and 37.3 for women, which is one fifth of the rate for Americans.  If the cancer mortality rate in the US had been equivalent to their average rate, there would have been 107,907 cancer deaths in the US in 1996 rather than 539,533--431,626 fewer deaths.

They also have an average cancer rate equivalent to the 15 South American countries which didn't take the polio vaccine until recently, well after the "polio epidemic" of the 1950s: Belize, Brazil, Costa Rica, Mexico, Suriname, Venezuela, Panama, Paraguay, Nicaragua, Peru, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic, Colombia, Honduras, and Guayana.  Men in these countries have an average cancer rate of 39.3 and women 43.8, which is much lower than EVERY country which took the polio vaccines in the 1950s.  The cancer rate for men in the US (221.3), 97% of whom were innoculated with the Salk Vaccine, many as early as the 1950s, is 5.6 times higher, and the cancer rate for men in Russia (227.3) who took the Sabin Vaccine is 5.8 times higher.  The cancer rate for men in Hungary (351.5) who took the Sabin Vaccine is almost 9 times higher.

These examples disprove the assumption that living longer increases the number of cancer deaths.  The life expectancy for Russian men is only 64 years, and for Hungarian men is only 68 years, which is equivalent to the life expectancy of men in Honduras and Peru and shorter than that for men in Mexico.  Men in Peru, Paraguay, and Guayana live 8 years longer than Russian men but their cancer mortality rate is one sixth of Russian men.  Men in Belize have a life expectancy rate equivalent to Hungarian men, but their cancer mortality rate is one twelfth as high   http://fathersmanifesto.com/lifeexpectancy.htm

If 100% innoculation of the human population eliminates polio, or decreases the polio rate from 0.077 cases per 100,000 population to zero, but if the long term effect is a five fold increase in the cancer mortality rate from 40 to 200 deaths per 100,000 population, then we have an act which can't be described by any other term than world wide totalitarianism.   Of every 100,000 people of the world, 160 additional cancer deaths is 2,078 times as great as the absolute best reduction which can possibly be achieved by this world wide polio innoculation program.   In other words, for each 1 case of polio that this vaccine prevents this year, it causes 2,078 additional cancer deaths thirty years from now.

Do doctors know this?  Did they know in 1955 that the Salk Vaccine would cause an EXTRA 431,626 cancer deaths today?  If each cancer death results in a quarter of a million dollars worth of income for the medical profession, then cancer is a $108 billion cottage industry for doctors.  Is this why doctors around the world are still pushing the mass innoculation of the polio vaccines long after all of the terrible consequences are proven and well documented?

 

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Cancer Rate in Non-innoculated Countries

Men

Women

Polio Rate

Albania

69.3

34.7

0

Azerbaijan

82.3

55.2

0.06

Bahrain

35.3

32.3

0.00

Cape Verde

45.2

50.3

0.00

Egypt

23.6

17.3

0.11

Iran

53.2

42.4

0.16

Kuwait

21.9

24.1

0.00

Kyrgyzstan

88.5

64.9

0.00

Mauritius

42.6

47.3

0.00

Papua New Guinea

5.3

3.3

0.05

Phillipines

33.9

29.2

0.01

Sao Tome

42.8

46

0.00

St. Vincent

62

76.8

0.00

Sri Lanka

29.3

26.1

0.00

Syria

7.1

5

0.00

Tajikistan

57.3

43

0.42

Thailand

6.4

5.5

0.00

Turkmenistan

69.8

56.2

0.15

Uzbekistan

58.7

49.3

0.51

average

43.9

37.3

0.08

 

Cancer Rate South American Countires Which Were Innoculated Late

Men Women

Belize

29.6

29.1

Brazil

76.8

60.8

Costa Rica

81.7

63.6

Mexico

46.1

51.2

Suriname

48.5

55.9

Venezuela

55.9

60.2

Panama

37.9

41.4

Paraguay

4.59

50.9

Nicaragua

9.4

16.1

Peru

27.9

32.7

El Salvador

32.7

44.3

Dominican Rep.

28.2

28.2

Colombia

61.3

64.1

Honduras

11.3

16.1

Guayana

37.8

42.9

average

39.3

43.8

 

 

Cancer Rates in Early Innoculation Countries

Men

Women

US

221.3

186

Canada

220.4

174.7

Austria

260.5

240.5

Belgium

320

222.4

Croatia

270.2

182.3

Denmark

308.5

276.6

France

304.8

184.6

Russia

227.3

161.5

bullethttp://www-dep.iarc.fr/dataava/globocan/who.htm   World cancer rates
bullethttp://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr47_9.pdf    US Cancer rate
bullethttp://www.polioeradication.org/pdfs/wer7117.pdf   world polio rates
bullethttp://www.who.int/wer/pdf/1999/wer7438.pdf   world polio innoculation rates
bullethttp://www.who.int/wer/pdf/1999/wer7412.pdf   Asian polio innoculation rates
bullethttp://www.polioeradication.org/pdfs/wer7144.pdf   Middle East polio innoculation rates