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USA Ebola Hoax Played to Hide a Dark Pharma Agenda

Fact Fiction Theory
21st Century Wire says…

The medical industrial complex is still in denial. They are not only ‘saving lives’. People are dying, while record shareholder profits are being made.

As this author, John Thomas, rightly points out – in this age of genetically modified organisms and biological engineering, any rational discussion or debate on this issue should not rule out human intervention as a cause for the random emergence of these seemingly unexplainable, designer viruses.

He also points out the alarming similarities between the 1976 Swine Flu Hoax and Ebola. Thomas asks, “Are we facing an Ebola pandemic that will kill millions, or is this just a marketing plan of the pharmaceutical industry to sell more drugs and vaccines? We’ll second that.

Are we facing an Ebola pandemic that will kill millions, or is this just a marketing plan of the pharmaceutical industry to sell more drugs and vaccines? – See more at: http://healthimpactnews.com/2014/similarities-between-1976-swine-flu-hoax-and-ebola/#sthash.cCM6FvD5.dpuf


The pharmaceutical industry convinced President Gerald Ford to give them legal immunity from the Swine Flu vaccine which was rushed to market in 1976, and led a PR campaign to get Americans on the vaccine. More people died from the vaccine than from the flu.

There’s a very strong possibility that history has repeated itself with Ebola.

Also included in that category are many high-profile illnesses, like Gulf War Syndrome, with many of the same medically unexplained chronic symptoms as some of the viruses listed below.

What is the common denominator between all of these diseases? Answer: vaccines…

As Enterovirus D68 Deaths Increase, Are Vaccine Contaminants to Blame?

 

John P. Thomas
Health Impact News

In 2014 two killer viruses have been reported in the U.S. news. One has been linked to 11 deaths, and the other to a single death.

The virus linked to one confirmed death in the U.S. has garnered far more media coverage than the other: the Ebola virus.

I previously reported on Ebola Zaire:

Similarities Between 1976 Swine Flu Hoax and Ebola?

In the Ebola article, I questioned whether we are facing a true pandemic threat, or a pharmaceutical company hoax. Pharmaceutical companies are now involved in a pull out all the stops rush to prepare an Ebola vaccine for the US market even though there has only been one confirmed death from Ebola in the United States.

The second virus, Enterovirus D68, has received far less press coverage since the Ebola news exploded. This virus has killed 11 people so far, mostly small children. Enterovirus D68 causes respiratory problems and can cause “polio-like” paralysis. So Enterovirus D68 is not all hype, as it is affecting the lives of many children.

Enteroviruses are not new in the U.S., so what is causing this particular virus to become so deadly?

Enterovirus D68 is now reported to be responsible for 11 deaths in America, mostly small children.


Facts about Enterovirus D68

From mid-August to November 6, 2014, CDC or state public health laboratories have confirmed a total of 1,116 people in 47 states and the District of Columbia with respiratory illness caused by EV-D68. [1]

According to the CDC’s latest statistics, EV-D68 has been detected in specimens from 11 patients who died and had samples submitted for testing. Almost all the confirmed cases this year of EV-D68 infection have been among children. [2]

Deaths from this specific strain of enterovirus are rare, because this virus doesn’t usually cause a serious illness. The infection normally does not require hospitalization, and it seldom results in death. But this year, hundreds of children have required hospital treatment to preserve their lives. [3]

Usual symptoms for EV-D68 include fever, runny nose, difficulty breathing, muscle aches, hypoxemia (low oxygen in the blood), and possible wheezing. Approximately two-thirds of confirmed: EV-D68 patients had a previous medical history of asthma.

Enteroviruses typically infect 10 to 15 million people annually in the late summer and early fall seasons, but the EV-D68 strain has led to more serious complications than the typical flu-like symptoms associated with the illness.[4]

Some children with EV-D68 infection can also develop paralysis in their arms and legs. Enteroviruses usually reside in the digestive system. Respiratory symptoms occur when the virus infects the lungs and airways. If the virus is able to move into other tissues in the body such as nerves, then the infection can attack nerve cells in the spine that control movement.

This exact scenario happened in 2012 when researchers at Stanford University reported 25 childhood cases of paralysis of an unknown cause that shared features with polio, and in some cases also started as a respiratory illness.

Enterovirus D68 and Paralysis

Enterovirus D68 and Paralysis

Madison Grigsby, age 8, was taken to Dayton Children’s Hospital on September 22, where she was diagnosed with enterovirus D68. She was home when she collapsed. While she was fighting the disease in the hospital, her mother said, “Another illness started attacking her spinal cord. It has left Madison paralyzed in her legs and feet. Basically, what it did to her body was it attacked her body to the point where her body couldn’t fight it off anymore which caused her to have transverse myelitis from it.” [6]

In an article from WebMD, Dr. William Schaffner, MD, an infectious disease expert at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, discussed the movement of viruses into the nervous system. He stated:

– See more at: http://healthimpactnews.com/2014/as-enterovirus-d-68-deaths-increase-are-vaccine-contaminants-to-blame/#sthash.ePDZQ23r.

Madison Grigsby, age 8, was taken to Dayton Children’s Hospital on September 22, where she was diagnosed with enterovirus D68. She was home when she collapsed. While she was fighting the disease in the hospital, her mother said, “Another illness started attacking her spinal cord. It has left Madison paralyzed in her legs and feet. Basically, what it did to her body was it attacked her body to the point where her body couldn’t fight it off anymore which caused her to have transverse myelitis from it.” [6]

In an article from WebMD, Dr. William Schaffner, MD, an infectious disease expert at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, discussed the movement of viruses into the nervous system. He stated:

“The polio virus is a professional at doing this. All the other enteroviruses are amateurs. They do it very, very, very rarely. But D68 is a new one. It’s a bit of a different enterovirus. The question is: Could it be doing this [causing paralysis]?”

Dr. Schaffner cautions that other germs, including West Nile virus, can also cause paralysis, and it could simply be a case of double infection in this cluster of children.

Dr. Schaffner stated, “This could be just coincidental, so we can’t leap to the conclusion that enterovirus D68 is the cause of this paralysis. It’s right at the top of our list of suspects, but we haven’t nailed it yet.” [7]

What is the Cause of the Respiratory Weakness and Paralysis?

I am asking this question, because some would have us believe that if a child is having a severe respiratory problem or is experiencing paralysis, and the enterovirus D68 is present, then these problems must be the result of the virus. I agree with Dr. Schaffner, who is also questioning whether we should be making this assumption. I have to wonder if there is really something else going on with these severely ill children.

I do not doubt the presence of the enterovirus D68 in these children, however, there can be numerous factors that might contribute to respiratory weakness and paralysis of the limbs. To determine what the other causes might be, it would be necessary to use a holistic review of the situation similar to what was done in Hong Kong when researchers examined the cause of unexpected paralysis in their population.

Paralysis in Hong Kong

Researchers examined a 15 year collection of health data in Hong Kong, which came from the monitoring of children who suddenly and inexplicably experienced paralysis in their arms or legs. They collected data from 1997 through 2011.

When they found a child with paralysis, they collected data on demographic characteristics, vaccination history, clinical symptoms, and the presence of viruses in stool specimens.

Of the 247 cases reported during the 15 year period, about 45% were children under five years old. None of the cases involved the polio virus, which is known to cause life-threatening paralysis. About 60% of the children with unexpected paralysis were identified with neurological disorders such as Guillain-Barré syndrome (25.9%) and myelitis (13.4%). Viruses were detected in 14.0% of the cases. The viruses included non-polio enteroviruses (60%) and adenoviruses (31%). [8]

The researchers in Hong Kong were not afraid to ask the question, “Could the paralysis be caused by vaccines?” This is a key question, because neurological symptoms such as paralysis could be an adverse reaction to the ingredients of vaccine formulas.

The reactions could also be caused by the presence of unintended contaminates in vaccines. Guillain-Barré syndrome, for example, is an adverse side effect of vaccines, particularly the influenza vaccine, which results in paralysis.

Paralysis in India

Researchers in India are also asking some hard questions about the cases of paralysis they are observing in their country. A reporter for an Indian news source reported:

 A range of non-polio pathogens could produce paralysis, said Dr. John. With many such pathogens, the paralysis they caused would often disappear in a short period of time. However, others were capable of causing quite serious diseases, disability and even death.

 In a study published in 2009, a team at the Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences in Lucknow tested over 46,000 stool samples from children with paralysis in U.P., Bihar and other northern states between 2004 and 2007. In another study, C. Durga Rao of the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, and his colleagues looked for enteroviruses in stool samples collected from more than 2,700 children with non-polio paralysis in Kerala, Karnataka, and Uttar Pradesh between 2007 and 2009.

Both groups found that only about 30% of the non-polio paralysis cases were associated with enteroviruses. These viruses could therefore only partially explain the non-polio paralysis cases being detected.

In a paper published early last year in the Indian Journal of Medical Ethics, Neetu Vashisht and Jacob Puliyel of the St. Stephens Hospital, Delhi, gave another perspective on the issue. Children in Bihar and U.P. have received more doses of oral polio vaccine than elsewhere in the country. The oral vaccine, it was found, became less efficacious in the face of gut infections and diarrhea that were widely prevalent in those states. [9]

It would be a very interesting research project to examine the medical history of each American child who has been hospitalized with respiratory weakness or paralysis because of EV-D68 to determine which vaccines they received in the weeks preceding their hospitalization.

Mycoplasma Infection and EV-D68

When I was doing my research for this article, I was trying to determine why a common virus such as EV-D68 suddenly turned harmful in the Summer of 2014.

In the era of genetic engineering and manufactured diseases, I simply am not willing to accept the suggestion that sometimes viruses just do that and that’s the way it is!

My research led me down many rabbit trails, which produced nothing of value that I could share with you. But there was one rabbit trail, which I think you will find interesting. I want to tell you about mycoplasmas, biological warfare agents, immune system suppression, and environmental toxins. Please stay with me as I lay down some basic information about these topics to see how they might help us understand what is happening with EV-D68…

Continue this article at Health Impact News

READ MORE EBOLA NEWS AT: 21st Century Wire Ebola Files

What is the Cause of the Respiratory Weakness and Paralysis?

I am asking this question, because some would have us believe that if a child is having a severe respiratory problem or is experiencing paralysis, and the enterovirus D68 is present, then these problems must be the result of the virus. I agree with Dr. Schaffner, who is also questioning whether we should be making this assumption. I have to wonder if there is really something else going on with these severely ill children.

I do not doubt the presence of the enterovirus D68 in these children, however, there can be numerous factors that might contribute to respiratory weakness and paralysis of the limbs. To determine what the other causes might be, it would be necessary to use a holistic review of the situation similar to what was done in Hong Kong when researchers examined the cause of unexpected paralysis in their population.

Paralysis in Hong Kong

Researchers examined a 15 year collection of health data in Hong Kong, which came from the monitoring of children who suddenly and inexplicably experienced paralysis in their arms or legs. They collected data from 1997 through 2011.

When they found a child with paralysis, they collected data on demographic characteristics, vaccination history, clinical symptoms, and the presence of viruses in stool specimens.

Of the 247 cases reported during the 15 year period, about 45% were children under five years old. None of the cases involved the polio virus, which is known to cause life-threatening paralysis. About 60% of the children with unexpected paralysis were identified with neurological disorders such as Guillain-Barré syndrome (25.9%) and myelitis (13.4%). Viruses were detected in 14.0% of the cases. The viruses included non-polio enteroviruses (60%) and adenoviruses (31%). [8]

The researchers in Hong Kong were not afraid to ask the question, “Could the paralysis be caused by vaccines?” This is a key question, because neurological symptoms such as paralysis could be an adverse reaction to the ingredients of vaccine formulas. The reactions could also be caused by the presence of unintended contaminates in vaccines. Guillain-Barré syndrome, for example, is an adverse side effect of vaccines, particularly the influenza vaccine, which results in paralysis.

– See more at: http://healthimpactnews.com/2014/as-enterovirus-d-68-deaths-increase-are-vaccine-contaminants-to-blame/#sthash.ePDZQ23r.dpu

Some children with EV-D68 infection can also develop paralysis in their arms and legs. Enteroviruses usually reside in the digestive system. Respiratory symptoms occur when the virus infects the lungs and airways. If the virus is able to move into other tissues in the body such as nerves, then the infection can attack nerve cells in the spine that control movement. This exact scenario happened in 2012 when researchers at Stanford University reported 25 childhood cases of paralysis of an unknown cause that shared features with polio, and in some cases also started as a respiratory illness. [5] – See more at: http://healthimpactnews.com/2014/as-enterovirus-d-68-deaths-increase-are-vaccine-contaminants-to-blame/#sthash.ePDZQ23r.dpuf
Some children with EV-D68 infection can also develop paralysis in their arms and legs. Enteroviruses usually reside in the digestive system. Respiratory symptoms occur when the virus infects the lungs and airways. If the virus is able to move into other tissues in the body such as nerves, then the infection can attack nerve cells in the spine that control movement. This exact scenario happened in 2012 when researchers at Stanford University reported 25 childhood cases of paralysis of an unknown cause that shared features with polio, and in some cases also started as a respiratory illness. [5] – See more at: http://healthimpactnews.com/2014/as-enterovirus-d-68-deaths-increase-are-vaccine-contaminants-to-blame/#sthash.ePDZQ23r.dpuf
Some children with EV-D68 infection can also develop paralysis in their arms and legs. Enteroviruses usually reside in the digestive system. Respiratory symptoms occur when the virus infects the lungs and airways. If the virus is able to move into other tissues in the body such as nerves, then the infection can attack nerve cells in the spine that control movement. This exact scenario happened in 2012 when researchers at Stanford University reported 25 childhood cases of paralysis of an unknown cause that shared features with polio, and in some cases also started as a respiratory illness. [5] – See more at: http://healthimpactnews.com/2014/as-enterovirus-d-68-deaths-increase-are-vaccine-contaminants-to-blame/#sthash.ePDZQ23r.dpuf-
Some children with EV-D68 infection can also develop paralysis in their arms and legs. Enteroviruses usually reside in the digestive system. Respiratory symptoms occur when the virus infects the lungs and airways. If the virus is able to move into other tissues in the body such as nerves, then the infection can attack nerve cells in the spine that control movement. This exact scenario happened in 2012 when researchers at Stanford University reported 25 childhood cases of paralysis of an unknown cause that shared features with polio, and in some cases also started as a respiratory illness. [5] – See more at: http://healthimpactnews.com/2014/as-enterovirus-d-68-deaths-increase-are-vaccine-contaminants-to-blame/#sthash.ePDZQ23r.dpuf