From Jim Novax O’Kelly
Poliomyelitis January of 1952
A SOURCE BOOK for HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis
Page 4. HOW MANY PEOPLE “CATCH” INFANTILE PARALYSIS?
Page 5. This is great. They admit that polio is not caught after asking the above question.
“The number of cases in the whole United States has little to do in
deciding whether you contract polio or not. It will depend upon your own
body condition and immunity.”
And there it is in black and write. It just doesn't pay to lie. You will always trip on your own feet.
Says at bottom of page. “it is important for you as a high school
student, as a future parent and citizen, to learn all the facts there
are about the disease, infantile paralysis. ”
These guys are evil, setting up the kids like that.
Page 7. Infantile paralysis is caused by a special type of infective
agent called a virus, it must have a living plant or animal as a “host”.
It would take two or three million to equal one inch on your ruler.” It
will pass through a filter fine enough to separate out all bacteria and
is classed, therefore, among the “filterable viruses.”
Tells the story of Karl Landsteiner giving a case of polio to a monkey.
Forgets to mention that he cut out the spinal cord of a child who died,
ground it into a liquid, cut a hole in the monkeys head and injected the
poison into the monkey’s brain.
“The virus in a person or
experimental animal can be recognized by the disease which it produces
and by the changes which it brings about in the infected cells.”
Explanation of what they don’t tell you. That means they injected poison
into the animal or plant. Then kill the animal, cut out its organs. If
the cell is damaged they say the cell was attacked by the injected
poison. Clever little fuckers aren’t they.
Page 10. Another lie.
“The virus concentrates in the inner gray cells of either the medulla or
the spinal cord, or both. Here it feeds and grows.”
Page 17. Contradiction again. “Young people are more likely to “catch” polio than older people. Read page 5 again.
Back cover. Susceptible-lack of body resistance to infection by disease agents.
Lack of body resistance to disease and germs.
THIS BOOK WAS DISTRIBUTED TO EVERY HIGH SCHOOL IN AMERICA>
Did you have parents or grandparents who were in school during this time frame?
If so now you know why they believe this lie.