How did we survive this long?
Did you know that a cancer-causing monkey virus contaminated millions of batches of polio vaccine?
Did you know this virus has now been found inside people and inside their cancers?
The health authorities would like the American public to forget these facts. But it happened, and the repercussions are still with us today.
This known contamination took place at the end of the 1950s and the beginning of the 1960s, but may have continued for the next 40 years. In fact, over the last 60 years, cancer rates for every age group in America have continued to climb.
How did this vaccine contamination happen? And is there a link to the skyrocketing rates of cancer in the United States?
How were polio vaccines contaminated with cancer-causing monkey virus?
In the 1950s, scientists like Drs. Jonas Salk and Albert Sabin had isolated the poliovirus strains to make vaccines.
Salk’s strains would be inactivated with formaldehyde and injected into children. Sabin’s strains would be attenuated, or weakened, by transferring or passaging the live viruses through different host cells, and then fed to children orally.
Because his goal was to create a live attenuated vaccine, Sabin had to isolate the poliovirus strains and then passage the strains through various host cells in order to attain the right virulence — strong enough to illicit an immune response, but weak enough so as to not cause polio in the recipient.
Sabin’s oral polio vaccine (OPV) is a trivalent vaccine and was, therefore, comprised of three types – Type I, II, and III.
Here’s how Type I was created. In 1941, Drs. Thomas Francis and Thomas Mack isolated the Mahoney poliovirus “from the pooled feces of three healthy children in Cleveland.”
Then, to make his vaccine, Salk subjected the polio virus strain to passages through 14 living monkeys and two cultures of monkey testicular cultures. In 1954, the strain (now called Monk14 T2) was given to Drs. C.P. Li and M. Schaeffer, who subjected the virus to nine more passages through monkey testicular cultures.
Next, the strain (now called Monk14 T11) underwent 15 more passages in monkey testicular cultures, 18 passages in monkey kidney cells, two passages through the skin of living rhesus monkeys, and additional passages through African Green monkey skin and monkey kidney cell cultures.
This strain was now called MS10 T43 or LS-c.
In 1956, Sabin took this polio virus and passaged it through seven cultures of African Green Monkey kidney cells. That same year, the pharmaceutical company, Merck, Sharp & Dohme, passed the strain (now called LS-c, 2ab/KP2) through a rhesus monkey kidney cell culture.
The resulting material, called Sabin Original Merck (SOM), was provided to the pharmaceutical company Lederle in 1960, as the seed material to manufacture its polio vaccine.
Types II and III were created in a similar fashion.
Why was so much ‘passaging’ through animal cells necessary?
A new congressional report released Wednesday revealing the baby food industry has failed to keep products with heavy metals off the shelves spurred calls for federal authorities to enact swift action and tough limits on toxin levels.
“This is what happens when you let the food and chemical companies, not the FDA, decide whether our food is safe to eat,” said Scott Faber, senior vice president for government affairs at Environmental Working Group, in a statement.
Faber’s comments followed the release of a report from a House Oversight subcommittee that found in part that popular companies Gerber and Beech-Nut failed to sufficiently recall infant rice cereals tested to have inorganic arsenic levels above FDA limits.
The publication came after the panel, the Subcommittee on Economic and Consumer Policy, previously warned in a February report that most baby food manufacturers don’t test finished products for levels of toxic metals, instead only testing individual ingredients and vastly underestimating such levels in their finished products.
The new report, according to subcommittee chair Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-Ill.), “reveals that companies not only under-report the high levels of toxic content in their baby food, but also knowingly keep toxic products on the market.”
“The facts speak for themselves,” he said, “and the fact of the matter is that the baby food industry has consistently cut corners and put profit over the health of babies and children.”….
Another company under scrutiny in the new report is Plum Organics. All of the company’s Super Puff rice-based products tested between 2017 and 2019 were found to have arsenic levels over 200 ppb — that’s in contrast to the FDA’s 10 ppb limit for bottled water, the report noted.
Over half of the company’s products had level levels above the cap set for bottled water, and over 38% had cadmium levels above the FDA’s bottled water threshold.
Walmart was accused of taking “a giant step backwards in protecting babies from toxic heavy metals.”
“For six years,” the report states, “Walmart set an internal maximum inorganic arsenic limit of 23 ppb for its finished baby foods. However, in 2018, Walmart abandoned that more-protective standard, more than quadrupling it to a standard allowing 100 ppb inorganic arsenic in its baby foods. Walmart offered no justification for its extreme course reversal on protecting babies’ neurological development.”…
It’s just business. Americans are non-essential in the new world order. The aristocracy has all the money it could ever want and their plundering of the economy has limited the prospects for future theft. At this point their objective is to hold to what they have, and healthy, intelligent, angry americans would not be conducive to that aim. Sick and brain-damaged americans are more to their liking.