India: Polio Vaccine Cripples 61,000 to Protect 2,500

May 11, 2013

8 May – Last week, the BBC reporter Mishal Husain interviewed World Health Organization’s (WHO) Polio Director Hamid Jafari, and Shahnaz Wazir Ali, the Pakistan’s special adviser on polio.  During the interview, both promoted the continued inoculation of polio vaccines, despite strong evidence of vaccine injuries to thousands of healthy children.

It’s no surprise that WHO, Ali and other task force members are funded largely by the pharmaceutical industry.

Contradicting their questionable claims was Dr. Jacob Puliyel, head of Pediatrics at St. Stephens Hospital from Delhi:

In our great enthusiasm to show our great success with this program we are hiding two major problems: One is the problem of non-polio paralysis, where we would have expected 2500 cases last year there were 61,000 with this paralysis in areas where there was more immunization with the polio vaccine there have been more cases of this non-polio paralysis…  I don’t believe that this vertical program has improved anything where public health is concerned.  Yes, you spent $8 billion dollars and I think it is well-spent if we learn never again to spend money again on a vertical program like this in the future.

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Since 2009, the pharmaceutical industry has paid $10 billion to settle thousands of criminal and civil complaints related to the illegal marketing of drugs that kill or injure 2-4 million Americans, ANNUALLY.  Drug companies have paid billions of dollars in kickbacks and bribes to clinicians who unnecessarily prescribe deadly drugs and vaccines to healthy patients.

Companies and countries that kill or injure for profit are typically identified as criminal enterprises.

See also, How to spot a Liar and Propaganda (1928)