Obama Regime Silent As Massive Polio Outbreak Sweeps America

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
September 8, 2014

A new report prepared by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE) circulating in the Kremlin today shockingly states that the Obama regime is remaining “completely silent” on the polio outbreak currently sweeping through the American heartland and has, to date, refused to share their data on this feared enterovirus epidemic with other global experts and scientists.

According to this report, nearly 2,000 American children in the US States of Colorado, Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Iowa, Ohio, Oklahoma, North Carolina, and Georgia have been struck down by the polio enterovirus in the past month, with Denver’s Children’s Hospital alone stating that they have treated more than 900 children for this disease since 18 August with 86 admitted to hospital.

To the rapid spread of this outbreak, this report continues, Dr. William Schaffner, an infectious diseases expert at Vanderbilt University, stated this past week that “I don’t believe we’ve ever had an outbreak this extensive before” and Dr. Mary Anne Jackson, a director for infectious diseases at Kansas City’s Children’s Mercy Hospital, where about 475 children were recently treated, likewise last week warned, “It’s worse in terms of scope of critically ill children who require intensive care. I would call it unprecedented. I’ve practiced for 30 years in pediatrics, and I’ve never seen anything quite like this”.

Even though this report does note that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has identified Enterovirus EV-D68 as being the disease infecting these children, it has failed to inform the American public that of the 66 human enterovirus known, this particular one is most associated with the Poliovirus and the cause of the dreaded Poliomyelitis, which is often called polio or infantile paralysis.

Most dangerous about this polio enterovirus currently striking American children down, this report says, is its high mutation rate (takes over DNA makes copies of itself) due to low-fidelity replication (lots of variation possible when the virus is in the body reproducing itself) and frequent recombination (rapidly mutates preventing the body from defending itself) all which prevent the development of an effective vaccine.

Most critical to be asked of the Obama regime relating to this current polio outbreak, this report continues, are why quarantine measures were not undertaken by the US this past February when 25 children in California where struck down and paralyzed by this disease before it could spread into the American heartland?

In outlining the history of this dreaded enterovirus, MNRE scientists grimly note in this report that the “historical similarities” between this current American outbreak and that of the early 20th century are “highly alarming” in that they both had their genesis in the wine and vegetable agricultural regions of California.

Among the earliest polio outbreaks last century were three California clusters – in the agricultural epicenter of the San Joaquin Valley; the San Francisco area; and San Francisco and the wine-growing Napa Valley, locales under intensive commercial farming and early use of the pesticide Lead Hydrogen Arsenate (LHA) in fruits and vegetables and where this pesticide was believed to have caused damage that allowed the polio enterovirus to penetrate the nervous system and reach the spinal cord, where it caused the paralysis called poliomyelitis.

Critical to note, this report says, were that major polio epidemics were unknown before the 20th century and localized paralytic polio epidemics only began to appear in Europe and the US around 1900 with the expanding use of the LHA pesticide in crop production.

The first report of multiple polio cases was published in the US in 1843 and described an 1841 outbreak in Louisiana, this report continues, after which a fifty-year gap occurs before the next US report—a cluster of 26 cases in Boston in 1893 which “coincidentally” occurred as massive amounts of LHA pesticides were used for controlling cranberry pests (fireworm, cranberry girdler) in Massachusetts.

Until the 1930s-1940s, this report says, the LHA pesticide was frequently prepared by American farmers at home by reacting soluble lead salts with sodium arsenate, and with the addition of the DDT pesticide coming into massive use during the late 1940’s, led to the 1952 polio epidemic that would be the worst outbreak in American history, and is credited with heightening parents’ fears of the disease and focusing public awareness on the need for a vaccine. Of the 57,628 cases reported that year 3,145 died and 21,269 were left with mild to disabling paralysis.

To the current polio epidemic sweeping America, this report warns, the “polio-pesticide” link cannot be ruled out as the current clusters being reported are all in agricultural regions that have been either spraying or harvesting what are called Monsanto “Round Up Ready Crops” and include Roundup Ready Alfalfa, Roundup Ready Soybean and the more than 400,000 pounds of Roundup pesticides applied to California wine grapes.

To the American people being able to protect their children from this current polio epidemic is not likely, this report sadly concludes, as President Obama last year signed a bill called “The Monsanto Protection Act” that effectively bars US Federal Courts from being able to halt the sale or planting of Monsanto’s “Round Up Ready Crops” no matter what health consequences from the consumption of these products or the use of this pesticide may come to light in the future.


  • theunhivedmind

    My suggestion for the symptoms these children are suffering would be either a 6c or 30c Gelsemium used five times a day or more until symptoms ease. If a fever is a complaint then 6c or 30c of Belladonna as needed. These two homoeopathic remedies should be able to cope with this problem but Boneset 6c may also be of some use. Now seeing as this Enterovirus is connected with the Polio virus then it’ll be worth taking the Poliomyelitis nosode known as poliomyelitinum in a 30c potency or higher. After 45 days it might be worth taking taking a single dose of a 30c potency of the Carcinosin Nosode. If any polio like symptoms persist then take the poliomyelitinum Nosode once every 90 days and the Carcinosin nosode once every 45 days until symptoms are removed. You should also look at the remedies; Aluminum oxide, Veratrum album, Zincum metallicum and Lathyrus sativus. Other useful remedies will be; Aconite, Belladonna, Cocculus, Causticum, Phosporus and Rhus Tox.

    -= The Unhived Mind

  • theunhivedmind

    What is Enterovirus EV-D68, the disease causing alarm in the Midwest?
    By Jethro Mullen, CNN
    September 9, 2014 —

    (CNN) — A respiratory virus that has sent hundreds of children to hospitals in Missouri is causing alarm across the Midwest and beyond.

    Ten states have contacted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for help investigating clusters of the virus that’s being blamed for the illness.

    Health officials say they’re still figuring out what’s going on.

    The bug that appears to be causing most of the concern has a typically arcane name — Enterovirus EV-D68 — but many of its symptoms are very common.

    Here’s what you need to know about the virus.

    What are enteroviruses?

    Enteroviruses, which bring on symptoms like a very intense cold, aren’t unusual. They’re actually very common.
    When you have a bad summer cold, often what you have is an enterovirus, said Mark Pallansch, a virologist and director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Division of Viral Diseases.

    There are more than 100 types of enteroviruses causing about 10 to 15 million infections in the United States each year, according to the CDC. They are carried in the intestinal tract and often spread to other parts of the body.
    The season often hits its peak in September, as summer ends and fall begins.

    So why all the concern now?

    What’s unusual at the moment is the high number of hospitalizations.

    The virus has sent more than 30 children a day to a Kansas City, Missouri, hospital, where about 15% of the youngsters were placed in intensive care, officials said.

    “It’s worse in terms of scope of critically ill children who require intensive care. I would call it unprecedented,” said Dr. Mary Anne Jackson, a director for infectious diseases at Children’s Mercy Hospital, where about 475 children were recently treated.

    “I’ve practiced for 30 years in pediatrics, and I’ve never seen anything quite like this,” she said.
    What’s special about this particular type of enterovirus?

    An analysis by the CDC showed at least 30 of the Kansas City children tested positive for EV-D68, Missouri health officials said.

    It’s a type of enterovirus that’s uncommon, but not new.

    It was first identified in the 1960s and there have been fewer than 100 reported cases since that time. But it’s possible, Pallansch said, that the relatively low number of reports might be because EV-D68 is hard to identify.
    EV-D68 was seen last year in the United States and this year in various parts of the world. Over the years, clusters have been reported in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Arizona and various countries including the Philippines, Japan and the Netherlands.

    Experts say they don’t know why it’s flared up this time around.

    “Why one virus or another crops up in one part of the country or another part of the country from one year to the next is inexplicable,” said William Schaffner, head of the Department of Preventive Medicine at Vanderbilt University. “It’s a mystery to me.”

    What are the symptoms?

    The virus can start as just a cold. Signs include coughing, difficulty breathing and in some cases a rash. Sometimes they can be accompanied by fever or wheezing.

    Respiratory problems appear to the hallmark of EV-D68, according to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.

    “Most enteroviruses cause either a little bit of a cold or a diarrheal illness — a few cause meningitis,” said Schaffner. “This one is the, if you will, odd cousin. It causes prominent respiratory symptoms. Why it does that, we’re really not sure.”

    How serious is it?

    The good news is that enteroviruses usually aren’t deadly.

    “All of these folks are going to get better,” said Schaffner. “Some of them have more severe illness, such as these children who have developed asthma and are hospitalized. But they should all get better.”

    Many of the EV-D68 infections “will be mild and self-limited, requiring only symptomatic treatment,” the Missouri health agency said.

    Some cases could, in theory, contribute to death, but none of the Missouri cases have resulted in death and no data are available for overall morbidity and mortality from the virus in the United States, the agency said.

    How widespread are the cases?

    Beyond the surge in infections in Missouri, there are signs of a possible regional outbreak of EV-D68.

    Colorado, Illinois and Ohio are reporting cases with similar symptoms and are awaiting testing results, according to officials and CNN affiliates in those states.

    The 10 states that have reached out to the CDC for assistance are Colorado, North Carolina, Georgia, Ohio, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Kentucky.

    The unusually high number of hospitalizations reported now could be “just the tip of the iceberg in terms of severe cases,” said Pallansch of the CDC.

    What can be done to prevent it?

    Like other enteroviruses, the respiratory illness appears to spread through close contact with infected people. That makes children more susceptible.

    There’s not a great deal you can do, health officials say, beyond taking commonsense steps to reduce the risk.
    Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds — particularly after going to the bathroom and changing diapers.

    Clean and disinfect surfaces that are regularly touched by different people, such as toys and doorknobs.

    Avoid shaking hands, kissing, hugging and sharing cups or eating utensils with people who are sick. And stay home if you feel unwell.

    There’s no vaccine for EV-D68.

    • theunhivedmind

      Summer Enterovirus Surge Sends Kids to ERs


      Outbreaks of an uncommon virus are sending hundreds of kids to emergency rooms and clinics, doctors say. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says health officials in 10 states have asked for help in deciding whether something unusual and dangerous is going on. Many of the illnesses appear to be caused by enterovirus D68 or EV-D68 — a distant cousin of the polio virus — which causes respiratory symptoms and appears to be worse in children with asthma. “I don’t believe we’ve ever had an outbreak this extensive before,” says Dr. William Schaffner, an infectious diseases expert at Vanderbilt University. But it’s also hard to tell because doctors usually don’t test patients with respiratory viruses to see which one they have.

      “It seems to produce illness with a more severe component (such as) difficulty breathing,” he said. “But the vast majority of these kids will get better.” Schaffner says he hopes the outbreak will start to wane within the next week or so. CDC says enteroviruses of all sorts cause about 10 to 15 million infections in the United States each year. They often show up in late summer and spread when kids start school.

      13-year-old Will Cornejo is recovering at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center in Denver on Friday, Sept. 5, 2014 from what doctors suspect is the respiratory virus, human enterovirus 68 that has come to Colorado.

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