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National Incident Declared After Polio Detected in London Sewage

polio detected in sewage water

Polio has been detected in sewage samples collected from a treatment works in East London. This sounds really serious. Is it? Is it something that’s just restricted to people in that area? It’s potentially very serious and that’s why the U.K. HSA has declared it a national incident, because it wants to raise awareness of exactly what it has found and what the potential impact it could have on unvaccinated people. Polio hasn’t been found in this country since 1984. It’s largely been eradicated across the world…

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3 Responses

  1. Such utter bull$hit…nothing has been eradicated, much less by any “vaccine”. Anything to push these worthless, dangerous injections.

  2. My research suggests that Mandating chlorine in public swimming pools ended “Wild Polio” outbreaks every summer in the USA starting in the 1960’s. Make sure the public pools are chlorinated and the drinking water is treated with chlorine to prevent the spread of polio in London. The vaccine is useless. The injectable polio vaccine did not decrease polio outbreaks.It just exposed millions of children to SV-40. The oral vaccine actually infected children with polio. 50,000 children in India developed polio CNS complications after millions of children were given the oral vaccine. FYI: Only 1- 3% of those with polio virus in their intestinal track developed severe symptoms when the virus finds its way into the central nervous system. ~85% of those whose stool tested positive for polio had absolutely no symptoms of illness at all. These statistics were on the CDC website until several tears ago when I started publicly sharing my theory that chlorinating public pools ended the dreaded polio epidemics every summer.

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