Insecticides

Polio

DDT poisoning and elusive virus X; a new cause for gastro-enteritis. 1949, Biskind, Am J Dig Dis

In recent years, a new strange syndrome has appeared in the US, which is most likely caused by some kind of infection, which was called the "virus X". Syndrome is accompanied by acute gastroenteritis, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain , diarrhea, runny nose, cough, sore throat, joint pain, muscle weakness, fatigue and paralysis.Afterwards it was found out that all these symptoms were caused by DDT Paralysis from DDT is similar to poliomyelitis. Although DDT is a fatal poison, it is considered completely safe in all doses.It is used in every home in unlimited quantities They are sprayed on the skin, on the bed and clothes, on food and on dishes, on agricultural crops and on cattle.DDT is a cumulative poison.Many small doses are also lethal, like one large dose.DDT can not be removed from food, it accumulates in fat cells, and is excreted in breast milk. The large-scale intoxication of the American population will certainly occur.

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It was written in 1949. The high toxicity of DDT, and even its ability to cause paralysis, was known already in 1945, which did not prevent the widespread use of DDT in the 50's and 60's, and in the US it was banned only in 1972, after leading to the almost complete disappearance of eagles, pelicans and other birds. Likewise, few people pay attention to what is being written about vaccination in scientific literature in our time.
DDT is still used in many South American countries Africa, Asia and Africa. In Israel for example, they are still poisoned with phlebotomy. WHO still recommends its use to prevent malaria.

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Effects of insecticides on mammalian cells and virus infections. 1969, Gabliks, Ann N Y Acad Sci

In human cells treated with DDT, the poliovirus multiplies much faster. Other insecticides have a similar effect. Here that cells treated with various insecticides become more susceptible to poliovirus.

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The history of arsenical pesticides and health risks related to the use of Agent Blue. 2017, Bencko, Ann Agric Environ Med

Another insecticide, which was widely used was arsenic, poisoning which also leads to paralysis. [ere a study among paralyzed metallurgical workers in Pakistan It turned out that they had higher levels of arsenic, cadmium, lead and manganese in their blood, urine and hair, than in the non-paralyzed.
Here it is reported that lead poisoning also looks like poliomyelitis.

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The poison cause of poliomyelitis and obstructions to its investigation. 1952, Scobey, Arch Pediatr

- Here is an analysis of dozens of cases and polio outbreaks, in which paralysis was caused by lead poisoning, arsenic, mercury, cyanide, pesticides, carbon monoxide, etc.
It is also reported that vitamin C, which is effective treats poliomyelitis, was also used to treat poisonings.
A century ago, it was noticed that lemon juice protects from poisoning by fish, which sometimes led to paralysis, which is probably the reason that fish is usually served with lemon juice.
- Monkeys never infected each other with polyo myelitis.
Among other things it is reported that when animals were injected with aluminum hydroxide, they formed protein aggregates similar to infectious encephalitis.
- Previously observed epidemics of pellagra and beriberi, and therefore it was believed that these are infectious diseases. Because in 1911 poliomyelitis was introduced into the Public Health Law as a contagious and infectious disease, only virologists deal with it, and ordinary doctors can not participate in the research. Because of this, no studies are also being conducted, whether poisoning can be the cause of poliomyelitis. Such studies are not funded.

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One minute video] about how poliomyelitis was fought by spraying DDT from an aircraft.It is worth looking at and comparing it with modern propaganda.
Detailed and interesting article about the connection between poliomyelitis and pesticides.