Claimed to be an accident, pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline has contaminated a Rixensart, Belgium river called Lasne with 45 litres of concentrated live poliovirus solution processed at a nearby sewage system which made its way into the country’s waterways.
The Lasne flows into another river called the Dyle, and it is uncertain where else the live poliovirus will be found.
Authorities believe that the high level of vaccine coverage in the area will prevent Belgians from contracting polio, but just as bodies of water flow into one another in the United States, such as the Great Lakes, so do they elsewhere, and this would be an easy way for a eugenicist company to spread disease. Of course, a booster polio vaccination is being suggested for people who have been exposed to water from the Lasne River.
The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control and others reported on the incident, too:
“Local health authorities were directly involved at the request of the Minister of Public Health, including the Scientific Institute of Public Health and the Supreme Council of Health who conducted a risk analysis and found no public health risk for the population.”
Supposedly, samples of mud and water from the treatment plant of Rosieres, Lasne and Dyle have shown no presence of the polio virus.
Polio invades the nervous system and can cause debilitating paralysis in a matter of hours. It also gains entrance through the mouth and multiplies in the intestines. Most people infected with polio have mild or no symptoms and usually go unrecognized, but others experience initial symptoms of fever, fatigue, headache, vomiting, stiffness in the neck, and pain in the limbs.
A few days ago, Bill Gates, the same man who wanted to extend polio vaccinations in Africa even though the polio vaccine was killing children there, warned that Ebola could spread beyond West Africa to the U.S., and within the same week a case shows up in Dallas. What exactly is going on with all these viruses?