Silly question?1And yes, I know it’s wherefore art thou, but I needed it to be a where. You might think so, but as it turns out it very likely isn’t. Questioning the existence of polio is, however, very controversial. In face I got banned from Mastodon just for sharing a link about it without comment. No first strike or anything, just plain banned! As usual, this only makes me think there really is something to the claim. Anything censored must be good!
I had actually come across the idea that polio isn’t a virus before. In the fantastic book Virus Mania, there’s a section on the topic.2Chapter 2: The Microbe Hunters Seize Power. Polio: Pesticides such as DDT and heavy metals under suspicion. The article I found did remind me though. Since I won’t ban my self from my own site, here’s the link: POLIO is a man-made disease caused by heavy metals exposure, not a virus… the entire history of polio and vaccines was fabricated.
For me one of the most intriguing arguments is this:
It is important to note that polio as modern medicine defines it does not infect animals. So how, then, did animals “catch” and die from it back in the late 1800s? The answer is that poliomyelitis is a metal toxicity disease, not a contagious viral disease.
Besides competing theories for disease, this really made me think. And I am quite ready to believe this. In fact the curves for polio do seem to follow the introduction and use of DDT quite well, though it seems likely arsenic may have been the original poison. Adding to which we got a vaccine, and we know it killed several children. This rather than administering protocols to help the body detox from heavy metals.
Not only that, of course the Rockefeller family is involved too, and as per usual, be they this family or the Gates family or many others, this meant a lot of money but no free thinking. The virus myth continues on.