Very bad choice of BS to change the topic and force your views into
In 1977, even Jonas Salk admitted that mass inoculations caused most
polio cases since 1961.
The Salk vaccine proved highly dangerous. Information about it was
suppressed, and declines in the disease were well underway when
mass-immunizations were begun. In Europe, they occurred in countries
that used, then rejected the vaccine proving it was never needed in the
first place. Showing also that the same is true for other diseases,
including Swine Flu with the WHO and CDC admitting that most cases are
mild, unthreatening, and generally pass without treatment, let alone
risking dangerous unneeded vaccines.
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Consider Albert Sabin peering into his microscope. He was motivated, no
doubt, by many altruistic urges. Still, to a large or small degree he
undoubtedly was motivated by some emotions that others would consider
unacceptable. He may have had enough pride to think "If I can whip
people will shout my name and think I'm a swell fellow." He may have
thought: "A solution will earn me enough money to research the things I
without having to suck up to the bureaucrats." Maybe he even
"I'll beat that goddamn Jonas Salk like a drum."
As a result of his thinking - good and bad - Polio has been eradicated,
world-wide*, during my lifetime and yours.