10/17/2019 / By Ethan Huff
Doctors and scientists say they’re perplexed about a strange mystery disease that’s sweeping the nation, claiming they have no idea what’s causing it. But the most obvious answer is vaccines.
Known as acute flaccid myelitis, the disease has been spreading slowly but steadily across the U.S. in recent years, with symptoms that are very similar to polio. In fact, the mother of one of this disease’s victims actually described it to one media outlet as “our generation’s polio.”
Acute flaccid myelitis is marked by sudden and severe inflammation in the spinal tissue, which can paralyze a person’s neck, face, or diaphragm, as well as the lungs. Not only do these symptoms resemble polio, but they’re also characteristic of both meningitis and Guillain-Barré syndrome.
While still considered to be rare, acute flaccid myelitis, or AFM, is on the rise. It differs from polio in that it typically strikes in the late summer or early fall, and for some odd reasons seems to peak during even-numbered years, meaning the number of cases in 2020 will likely exceed that of 2019.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there were 120 confirmed cases of AFM in 2014, while in 2015 there were only 22 cases. In 2016, this number jumped back up to 153, and once again dropped in 2017 back down to 37. Last year in 2018, that number spiked once again, this time to a peak of 236 cases.
“I can’t think of a single disease that had this pattern that we’re seeing, with modern laboratory diagnostics not figuring it out,” says Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases.
The CDC has since formed a task force comprised of 17 neurologists, pediatricians, and epidemiologists, as well as other medical experts from health departments and teaching hospitals spanning 10 states, to investigate what might be the cause of AFM. This effort is being funded in part by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, as well as by the National Institutes of Health.
However, it’s unlikely that this CDC task force will come to any honest conclusions about the nature of AFM, seeing as how the CDC would never dare to touch the elephant in the room known as childhood vaccination.
Even though it’s already being reported, at least in other countries, that oral polio vaccines are causing outbreaks of polio-like illness, which is basically just another name for AFM, the CDC is still claiming ignorance on the matter.
What’s interesting about AFM is that it has also been referred to as non-polio acute flaccid paralysis, or NPAFP, which several years back was spreading rapidly across California. When that particular outbreak of NPAFP was being reported, it was observed that the only people affected by it were those who had been vaccinated with polio vaccines.
Health authorities were quick to deny any link between polio vaccines and NPAFP, even going so far as to put the word “non-polio” in the title of this mystery disease. But the evidence spoke for itself, revealing that polio vaccines were the biggest link between all cases of NPAFP that were reported.
“I’ll bet this disease is related to the vaccines they give these kids,” wrote one commenter at WND in response to the news, speculating about the obvious.
“An Italian team of scientists has isolated human cancer cells in MMR vaccines. It’s beginning to look like those Agenda 2030 conspiracy theories may be true.”
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