Tan­zania Part 6: Mon­keypox and Polio

In various forums for people inte­rested in Tan­zania, tem­pers flared because of an ongoing vac­ci­na­tion cam­paign. One topic of dis­cus­sion was mon­keypox, which has become a horror sce­n­ario world­wide. In addi­tion, there were door-to-door-visits for vac­ci­na­tion due to out­breaks of a wild polio virus, initi­ally in neigh­bou­ring Malawi. But now let’s take it one step at a time.

Mon­keypox panic so far only abroad

Due to the appearance of mon­keypox first in Europe, reported in the press, and warnings from the World Health Orga­ni­sa­tion (WHO) about an incre­a­sing number of cases around the world, local health aut­ho­ri­ties are also alarmed. The popu­la­tion is informed about the typical sym­ptoms via the media[1], [2]. However, there have not yet been any such cases in the country. Accord­ingly, no plans for orde­ring a cor­re­spon­ding vac­cine have become known so far.

According to press reports, secu­rity mea­sures have been incre­ased to pre­vent pos­sible outbreaks:

  • Incre­ased scree­ning of people ent­e­ring the country.
  • Incre­ased sur­veil­lance of infec­tious dise­ases at com­mu­nity level
  • Incre­ased awa­reness of appro­priate hygiene mea­sures[3]

Trau­matic Maasai smallpox experience

It is con­ceivable that the Maasai meet a pos­sible out­break of mon­keypox with a spe­cial back­ground. Wiki­pedia, which should be used with cau­tion as a source, reports among other things as follows:

»Die Macht der Massai wurde durch die großen Kata­stro­phen gebro­chen, die im letzten Jahr­zehnt des 19. Jahr­hun­derts über Ost­afrika her­ein­bra­chen. Die Rin­der­pest dezi­mierte die Rin­der­herden der Massai, die Pocken und eine ver­hee­rende Hun­gersnot töteten große Teile der Bevöl­ke­rung. 1904 und 1911 wurden Edikte erlassen, die 60 Pro­zent des bis­he­rigen Massai-Gebietes ent­eig­neten und der bri­ti­schen Kolo­ni­al­ver­wal­tung zusprach, die das Land an Siedler ver­kaufte. Die Massai wurden in das Gebiet süd­lich der Eisen­bahn­linie der Ugan­da­bahn ver­drängt.“[4]

Here is the translation:

»The power of the Maasai was broken by the great cata­stro­phes that struck East Africa in the last decade of the 19th cen­tury. Rin­der­pest deci­mated the Maasai cattle herds, smallpox and a devas­ta­ting famine killed large parts of the popu­la­tion. In 1904 and 1911, edicts were issued that expro­priated 60 per cent of the pre­vious Maasai ter­ri­tory and gave it to the Bri­tish colo­nial admi­nis­tra­tion, which sold the land to sett­lers. The Maasai were dis­placed to the area south of the Uganda railway line.«

The fact that GAVI, the global vac­ci­na­tion alli­ance clo­sely asso­ciated with the name of Bill Gates, seems to have a spe­cial inte­rest in vac­ci­na­ting the Maasai is evi­denced by an article from 2015, which reports on how vac­cines are brought from the cen­tral vac­cine wareh­ouse in Dar es Salaam to the most remote phar­macies in Arusha pro­vince to the children of the semi-nomadic Maasai[5].

Adult vac­ci­na­tion rather uncommon in Tanzania

Vac­ci­na­tions in Tan­zania are mainly asso­ciated with young children.  For example, according to a Tan­za­nian source, vac­cines against polio and smallpox are

»are usually given to infants in post­natal cli­nics, so they are com­pul­sory in that sense.«

To avoid this, one option is a home birth, which is also rather unusual in Tan­zania[6].

Does Gates Foun­da­tion profit from polio vac­ci­na­tion campaign?

On 17 March 2022, an out­break of wild polio first occurred in a three-year-old girl in Lilongwe in neigh­bou­ring Malawi. The last out­break of polio in Tan­zania was in 1996[7], [8], [9], [10]. Since 2015, the country had been con­si­dered polio-free[11], [12].

This was fol­lowed by a vac­ci­na­tion cam­paign orga­nised by WHO in close col­la­bo­ra­tion with the Global Polio Era­di­ca­tion Initia­tive, UNICEF and health part­ners[13]. In this con­text, it is known that the Bill & Melinda Gates Foun­da­tion invested con­si­derable sums in the deve­lo­p­ment and admi­nis­tra­tion of oral polio vac­ci­na­tion in Africa, but did not con­tri­bute to the fight against the causes, espe­cially better access to clean water and an impro­ve­ment in the hygiene situa­tion[14].

Trans­pa­rency rather not the goal

Before going into more detail about the vac­ci­na­tion cam­paign itself, one detail is inte­res­ting on the side­lines. According to insi­ders, there seems to be an internal memo from the Tan­za­nian government that even doc­tors are not sup­posed to give more detailed infor­ma­tion on the vac­cines used. A doctor in Arusha said that the usual health faci­li­ties are not allowed to give such information.

Cur­r­ently, the vac­ci­na­tion cam­paign is aimed at children under five years of age and focuses on oral vac­ci­na­tion[15]. It was orga­nised in several phases. According to UNICEF, the cur­rent cam­paign began on 20 March 2022 in Malawi and then con­ti­nued in the neigh­bou­ring coun­tries of Mozam­bique, Tan­zania and Zambia[16].

Vac­ci­na­tion rounds planned for mil­lions of children

The first phase in Tan­zania lasted a total of three days from 24 March to 27 March 2022 and reached over one mil­lion children in the four regions bor­de­ring MalawiMbeya, Njombe, Ruvuma and Songwe — according to WHO[17].

To free up nurses for the polio cam­paign, the Corona vac­ci­na­tion cam­paign was sus­pended for the period of three days. Alt­hough the vac­ci­na­tion was declared vol­un­tary, many people per­ceived it as com­pul­sory. One infor­mant reported that schools had also been written to recom­mend vac­ci­na­tion for children under 5, but that par­ents were allowed to decide indi­vi­du­ally whe­ther to accept the offer.

Coffee and cake for immu­ni­sa­tion teams?

From 18/05/2022 to 21/05/2022, a second »round of immu­ni­sa­tion« was done to reach a total of 10,576,805 children under five in all districts of the country[18]. Part of the cam­paign was to encou­rage the people of main­land Tan­zania to invite the immu­ni­sa­tion teams directly into their homes[19]. Some­thing similar was reported for the island of Zanzibar:

„Like­wise, in Zan­zibar, the Ministry of Health and part­ners also orga­nised a launch event that was offi­ciated by the His Excel­lence the Vice Pre­si­dent Hono­urable Hemed S Abdalla who called on par­ents to invite vac­ci­na­tors and ensure every under 5 child in the Isles get vac­ci­nated in the four days of the cam­paign.“ [20]

Immu­ni­sa­tion door-to-door-visits for pre­pared children

On The Citizen, par­ents were asked to pre­pare their under-five children for mobile vac­ci­na­tion teams that would go from house to house for this purpose.

The vac­ci­nated child will be marked and the house as well so that those pre­pared for a veri­fi­ca­tion exer­cise can deter­mine the number of those reached and those not reached”[21]

Mar­kie­rung an einer Haus­wand in Dar es Salaam. Quelle: Ste­fano, telegram

Mar­king on a house wall in Dar es Salaam. Source: Ste­fano, telegram

One of the author’s inter­viewees reported that the cam­paign was con­ducted in a way that was posi­tively received by the citizens.

„For stance last week nurses were pas­sing in people’s resi­dences and give out the vac­cines to the children and a good example is my neigh­bour whom we share the same back­ground yard allowed her three children to get vaccines.“

The fear that some Tan­za­nians asso­ciate with Covid 19 vac­cines does not seem to exist here in many cases.

Polio vac­cine for more than 20 mil­lion children

UNICEF has announced that there will be fur­ther rounds of vac­ci­na­tion in the coming months, with the aim of reaching more than 20 mil­lion children in total[22]. It goes on to say:

„In Tan­zania, UNICEF has trained 2,147 health workers, 5,128 social mobi­li­zers and 538 town criers, and faci­li­tated the pro­cu­re­ment of 3,000 vac­cine car­riers and 360 cold boxes, expected to be deli­vered in April 2022 for use in the upco­ming rounds of cam­paigns.“ [23]

Many rea­sons for a pos­sible disease

The main cause of an out­break of polio is drin­king water con­ta­mi­nated with the faeces of a virus car­rier. According to UNICEF, people in areas with poor sani­ta­tion and children under five are par­ti­cu­larly at risk [24]. The coör­di­nator of a vac­ci­na­tion cam­paign in the Rukwa region, Mr Oswald Temba, describes the pos­si­bi­li­ties of infec­tion as follows:

„Mr Temba said polio is spread when the stool of an infected person is intro­duced into the mouth of ano­ther person through con­ta­mi­nated water or food (fecal-oral trans­mis­sion). Oral-oral trans­mis­sion by way of an infected person’s saliva may account for some cases.“[25]

Vac­ci­na­tions as the cause of AIDS?

A con­nec­tion bet­ween the first appearance of AIDS in Africa and a polio vac­cine pro­duced in the 1950s on the basis of the tissue cul­tures of macaque mon­keys, which was also used in Africa, has been suspected time and again. To this day, the­re­fore, there are pro­pon­ents of the opi­nion that there is a causal link bet­ween the polio vac­cine and the appearance of AIDS[26], [27], and other people who dis­miss this theory as an alleged con­spi­racy theory and as having long been »sci­en­ti­fi­cally dis­proved«[28], [29].

Con­si­de­ring the obvious cover-up attempts for vac­ci­na­tion expe­ri­ments in Africa in the past, it would not be sur­pri­sing if a closer look at the injus­tice to many people in Africa should also be denied at that time.

Vac­ci­na­tion expe­ri­ments on Afri­cans not an iso­lated case

An article on »Tele­polis« reports, among others, about the US-Ame­rican rese­ar­cher Hilary Koprowski:

»In diesem Wett­lauf hielt Koprowski lange den Vor­sprung, auch in gigan­ti­schen prak­ti­schen Feld­stu­dien. Doch die Impf­linge waren nicht von Polio bedrohte ame­ri­ka­ni­sche Kinder, son­dern nichts­ah­nende kleine Afri­kaner in Dör­fern und Savannen, die schlicht gezwungen wurden, sich die Impf­lö­sung auf die Zunge träu­feln zu lassen. Zwi­schen 1957 und 1960 wurden dazu mehr als eine Mil­lion Men­schen in den dama­ligen bel­gi­schen Kolo­nien Kongo, Ruanda und Burundi ohne ihre Zustim­mung geimpft, ein Men­schen­ver­such gegen jede ärzt­liche Ethik, der in der Geschichte der modernen Medizin nur noch von den Zwangs­ver­su­chen der SS-Ärzte an KZ-Häft­lingen und geistig behin­derten Kin­dern an Skru­pel­lo­sig­keit über­troffen wurde.“ [30]

Here is the translation:

»In this race, Koprowski held the lead for a long time, even in gigantic prac­tical field stu­dies. But the vac­ci­nees were not Ame­rican children threa­tened by polio, but unsu­spec­ting little Afri­cans in vil­lages and savan­nahs who were simply forced to have the vac­cine solu­tion dripped on their tongues. Bet­ween 1957 and 1960, more than a mil­lion people in the then Bel­gian colo­nies of Congo, Rwanda and Burundi were vac­ci­nated without their con­sent, a human expe­ri­ment against all medical ethics that in the history of modern medi­cine was only sur­passed in ruth­less­ness by the forced expe­ri­ments of SS doc­tors on con­cen­tra­tion camp pri­so­ners and mentally han­di­capped children.«

Uganda scandal, vac­ci­na­tion deaths and forced contraception

More recent »case stu­dies« on Afri­cans may be men­tioned here as examples:

  • In the early 1990s: in Uganda, with the coö­pe­ra­tion of the US pre­si­den­tial advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci, an appar­ently mani­pu­lated study was con­ducted „zur Über­prü­fung der Wirk­sam­keit und Sicher­heit von Nevi­rapin und AZT bei der Ver­hin­de­rung der Über­tra­gung von HIV von der Mutter auf das Neu­ge­bo­rene“[31] (»to test the effi­cacy and safety of nevi­ra­pine and AZT in pre­ven­ting the trans­mis­sion of HIV from mother to new­born«). Many deaths and serious vac­cine damage to a large number of sub­jects resulted.

»Als Westfal einige zufäl­lige Stich­proben von 43 dieser Säug­linge zur Unter­su­chung aus­wählte, hatten alle von ihnen 12 Monate nach Been­di­gung der Studie »uner­wünschte Neben­wir­kungen«. Nur von ihnen waren über­haupt HIV-positiv.“[32]

Here is the translation:

»When Westfal selected some random sam­ples of 43 of these infants for study, all of them had »adverse reac­tions« 12 months after the study ended. Only of them were HIV posi­tive at all.«

  • 2010: expe­ri­ments funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foun­da­tion with a Gla­x­oS­mit­h­Kline vac­cine Mos­quirix against malaria in seven African coun­tries with 151 African babies dying in the trial and 1048 out of 5,049 babies with sub­se­quent severe side effects[33]. In his book on Dr Fauci, Robert F. Ken­nedy quotes the editor of the Bri­tish Medial Journal as follows:

„Bei den­je­nigen, die Mos­quirix erhielten, war die Rate der Hirn­haut­ent­zün­dungen zehnmal so hoch wie bei den­je­nigen, die nicht geimpft wurden. Es traten ver­mehrt Fälle von zere­braler Malaria auf, und bei Mäd­chen ver­dop­pelte sich das Risiko des Todes (gleich wel­cher Ursache)“ [34]

Here is the translation:

»Among those who received Mos­quirix, the rate of menin­gitis was ten times higher than among those who were not vac­ci­nated. There were incre­ased cases of cere­bral malaria and the risk of death (from any cause) dou­bled in girls.« 

Alt­hough the WHO ulti­mately did not approve the vac­cine for the whole of Africa, hund­reds of thousands of children in Malawi, Ghana and Kenya were nevertheless vac­ci­nated with it[35].

  • 2014: Tetanus vac­ci­na­tion of girls and young women in Kenya with the appa­rent aim of »pro­tec­ting« them from pos­sible pregnancy without their know­ledge. For this pur­pose, hCG (human cho­rionic gona­do­tropin) was added to the vac­cine. As early as 1976, the WHO had deve­loped such a vac­cine for »birth con­trol« (better: to pre­vent pregnancy) [36], [37], [38].

Dis­astrous vac­ci­na­tion cam­paign also in India

Reports from India in 2012 make Gates‹ good inten­tions in deve­lo­ping and admi­nis­te­ring his polio vac­cine seem dubious to say the least:

„A paper written by Neetu Vashishi and Jacob Puliyel published in the Indian Journal of Medical Ethics in 2012 wrote about the Gates-CDC-WHO mass oral polio vac­cine effort there: ‘… while India has been polio-free for a year, there has been a huge increase in non-polio acute flaccid para­lysis. In 2011, there were an extra 47,500 new cases of non-polio acute flaccid para­lysis. Cli­ni­cally indis­tin­guis­hable from polio para­lysis but twice as deadly, the inci­dence of non-polio acute flaccid para­lysis was directly pro­por­tional to doses of oral polio received. Though this data was collected within the polio sur­veil­lance system, it was not inves­ti­gated…’“[39]

First the vac­cine, then the occur­rence of polio

That oral vac­cines pro­moted by Gates were respon­sible for the polio out­breaks in various African coun­tries is sup­posed to be proven by an admis­sion of the WHO:

„One week later on Sep­tember 2 [2016], WHO was forced to back­track and admit that new polio out­breaks in Sudan were linked to an ongoing series of new polio cases in Chad and Cameroon. According to the WHO, fur­ther polio cases have been regis­tered in more than a dozen African coun­tries inclu­ding Angola, Congo, Nigeria and Zambia. But the sho­cking thing is that the out­breaks are all repor­tedly caused by the Gates-backed oral polio vac­cine.“ [40]

Vac­ci­na­tion expe­ri­ments on children unspoken about

The »Ärz­te­blatt« in Ger­many also reported on this scandal in 2020:

„Wenige Tage, nachdem die Welt­ge­sund­heits­or­ga­ni­sa­tion (WHO) das Polio­virus in Afrika für aus­ge­rottet erklärte, hat die UNO neue, durch Imp­fungen aus­ge­löste Polio-Fälle im Sudan gemeldet. […] Im Sudan wurden seit mehr als zehn Jahren keine Fälle mehr nach­ge­wiesen. Neben dem wilden Polio­virus gibt es aller­dings noch eine wei­tere Form von Polio, die durch Imp­fungen aus­ge­löst wird. Vor allem in Län­dern, in denen die Impf­quoten gering sind, kommt es nach Angaben der WHO ver­ein­zelt zu sol­chen Aus­brü­chen, so wie jetzt im Sudan..“[41]

Here is the translation:

»A few days after the World Health Orga­ni­sa­tion (WHO) declared the polio virus era­di­cated in Africa, the UN has reported new vac­cine-trig­gered polio cases in Sudan. […] No cases have been detected in Sudan for more than ten years. However, in addi­tion to wild polio­virus, there is ano­ther form of polio that is trig­gered by vac­ci­na­tion. According to the WHO, such out­breaks occur spo­ra­di­cally, espe­cially in coun­tries where vac­ci­na­tion rates are low, as is now the case in Sudan…«

It remains to be observed whe­ther there will be simi­liar ano­ma­lies in Tan­zania in the coming years. Without know­ledge of the spe­cific vac­cine used in the country, it is not pos­sible to verify whe­ther these are actually sub­s­tances from the »forge« of the vac­cine manu­fac­tu­rers »pro­moted« by the Gates Foundation.

A Tan­za­nian infor­mant reported that in Tan­za­nian, mostly state-run schools, there are repeated cases of pupils being abused as test can­di­dates for vac­ci­na­tion expe­ri­ments without the prior con­sent of their par­ents. When side effects occur, both par­ents and tea­chers are usually very upset. At the same time, however, no one in the aut­ho­ri­ties wants to know anything about it. Many Tan­za­nians regard this as an open secret that is kept quiet.

Per­ma­nent pro­tec­tion questionable

According to Dr Martin Hirte, the extent to which oral vac­ci­na­tion can per­ma­nently pre­vent the out­break of polio is con­tro­ver­sial. In case of doubt, a country is only truly polio-free if no polio­vi­ruses can be found in the waste water for years[42]. The pro­duc­tion on the basis of monkey kidney cell cul­tures also means that it is

»kaum zu ver­hin­dern [sei], dass Fremd­viren aus den Zell­kul­turen in den Impf­stoff gelangen. In den USA durften Polio­impf­stoffe auch dann noch in den Ver­kehr gelangen, wenn bis zu 100 Fremd­viren pro Impf­dosis nach­weisbar waren. Noch 1976 fanden sich bis zu 100.000 Affen­viren pro Impf­dosis (Kyle 1992). Zwi­schen 1953 und 1963 wurden auf diesem Weg 10 bis 30 Mil­lionen US-Ame­ri­kaner und meh­rere Hun­dert Mil­lionen Men­schen welt­weit mit dem Simi­an­virus 40 infi­ziert (Shah 1976). Dieses Virus findet sich in Hirn­tu­moren und wird auch mit anderen Krebs­formen in Zusam­men­hang gebracht, etwa mit dem Non-Hodgkin-Lym­phom.“[43]

Here is the translation:

»hardly pos­sible to pre­vent for­eign viruses from the cell cul­tures get­ting into the vac­cine. In the USA, polio vac­cines were still allowed to be mar­keted even if up to 100 for­eign viruses were detec­table per vac­cine dose. As late as 1976, up to 100,000 monkey viruses were found per vac­cine dose (Kyle 1992). Bet­ween 1953 and 1963, 10 to 30 mil­lion US Ame­ri­cans and several hundred mil­lion people world­wide were infected with simian virus 40 in this way (Shah 1976). This virus is found in brain tumours and is also asso­ciated with other forms of cancer, such as non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.« 

Europe has long relied on inac­ti­vated vaccine

Unlike in Tan­zania, oral vac­ci­na­tion was replaced by boosted inac­ti­vated polio vac­cine (IPV) in most Wes­tern coun­tries as early as 1998. Since 2013, the WHO has already been recom­men­ding „die schritt­weise Ein­füh­rung des Tot­impf­stoffs in allen Län­dern, in denen keine Polio­fälle mehr auf­treten.“[44] (»the gra­dual intro­duc­tion of the inac­ti­vated vac­cine in all coun­tries where polio cases are no longer occur­ring.«)

On this, »impfen​-info​.de« states as follows:

„Seit 1998 wird die Polio-Imp­fung in Deutsch­land nicht mehr mit dem Schluck­impf­stoff durch­ge­führt. Bei dem Schluck­impf­stoff han­delt es sich um einen Impf­stoff mit abge­schwächten, lebenden Impf­viren. Diese werden von den Geimpften über einige Wochen aus­ge­schieden. Men­schen mit geschwächtem Immun­system, die mit den Impf­viren in Kon­takt kommen, können ver­ein­zelt an einer Impf­po­lio­mye­litis erkranken (weniger als 1 auf meh­rere Mil­lionen Imp­fungen). Aus diesem Grund haben viele polio­freie Länder – wie auch Deutsch­land — in den ver­gan­genen Jahren auf Tot­impf­stoff (inak­ti­vierten Impf­stoff) umge­stellt.“[45]

Here is the translation:

»Since 1998, polio vac­ci­na­tion in Ger­many has no longer been car­ried out with the oral vac­cine. The oral vac­cine is a vac­cine with atte­nuated, live vac­cine viruses. These are excreted by the vac­ci­nated person over a period of several weeks. People with wea­kened immune sys­tems who come into con­tact with the vac­cine viruses can occa­sio­nally con­tract vac­cine polio­mye­litis (less than 1 in several mil­lion vac­ci­na­tions). For this reason, many polio-free coun­tries — like Ger­many — have swit­ched to killed vac­cine (inac­ti­vated vac­cine) in recent years.«

Sick through con­tact with vac­ci­nated people

The risk of polio­virus trans­mis­sion from newly vac­ci­nated to unvac­ci­nated people is also men­tioned by ano­ther source:

»Bei der OPV können Viren außerdem auf­grund von Aus­schei­dungen über den Stuhl in die Umwelt gelangen. Dies war nach Angaben der Welt­ge­sund­heits­or­ga­ni­sa­tion (WHO) die Ursache für zwei Anste­ckungen mit Polio in der Ukraine vor einigen Wochen und einem Todes­fall in Laos.“[46]

Here is the translation:

»In OPV, viruses can also enter the envi­ron­ment through faeces due to excre­tion. This was the cause of two polio infec­tions in Ukraine a few weeks ago and one death in Laos, according to the World Health Orga­ni­sa­tion (WHO).«

Even the German Robert Koch Insti­tute (RKI) warns of the pos­si­bi­lity of such a trans­mis­sion path:

„Nach oraler Gabe von OPV ver­mehren sich die Lebend­viren gewöhn­lich für 6–8 Wochen im Magen-Darm­trakt der geimpften Person. Sie akti­vieren das Abwehr­system und regen die Anti­körper-Pro­duk­tion an. Gleich­zeitig werden Impf­viren mit dem Stuhl aus­ge­schieden. Diese können sich über Schmier­in­fek­tionen im Umfeld ver­breiten und andere Per­sonen infi­zieren. Hygie­ne­mängel können die Ver­brei­tung begüns­tigen.“[47]

Here is the translation:

»After oral admi­nis­tra­tion of OPV, the live viruses usually mul­tiply in the gastro­in­tes­tinal tract of the vac­ci­nated person for 6–8 weeks. They acti­vate the defence system and sti­mu­late anti­body pro­duc­tion. At the same time, vac­cine viruses are excreted in the stool. These can spread through smear infec­tions in the envi­ron­ment and infect other people. Hygiene defi­ci­en­cies can favour the spread.«

It the­re­fore appears that, in addi­tion to small children, people with deso­late hygienic con­di­tions are par­ti­cu­larly affected by polio and it is pre­cisely here that hygiene defi­ci­en­cies help to spread vac­cine-pre­ven­table polio. This leads to the assump­tion that such a vac­ci­na­tion cam­paign is likely to increase the risk of fur­ther outbreaks.

Ask your doctor or pharmacist

The fact that vac­ci­na­tion against polio is not without risks and side effects is described by Dr Carola Javid-Kistel, Rolf Kron and Ulrike Gerst­mayer in their book »Krank geimpft. Betrof­fene erzählen« (Sickly Vac­ci­nated. Those Affected Tell) [48]. For example, one affected person reports that she began to squint immedia­tely after the vac­ci­na­tion[49].

On gelbe​-liste​.de, the fol­lowing side effects are named as a result of polio vac­ci­na­tion in children, but this appar­ently refers to vac­ci­na­tion with inac­ti­vated vaccines:

„• Sehr häu­fige Neben­wir­kungen: Diar­rhoe, Müdig­keit, Abge­schla­gen­heit, Fieber, Schmerzen, Schwel­lungen und Rötungen an der Injektionsstelle

• Häu­fige Neben­wir­kungen: Kopf­schmerzen, Nausea, Emesis, Exan­them, Arthr­algie, Gelenk­schwel­lung, Reiz­bar­keit, Pru­ritus, Der­ma­titis und Hämatom an der Injektionsstelle

• Unbe­kannte Häu­fig­keit: Lympha­de­no­pa­thie, ana­phy­lak­ti­sche Reak­tionen wie Urtikaria, Angio­öden und Atemnot, Krampfan­fall, vaso­va­gale Syn­kope, Guil­lain-Barré-Syn­drom, Fas­zia­lispa­rese, Mye­litis, Plexus-bra­chialis-Neu­ritis, Schmerzen und vor­über­ge­hende Parästhesie/Hypästhesie der Extre­mität, in die geimpft wurde, Ver­tigo, Abdo­mi­nalschmerzen, Krank­heits­ge­fühl, Blässe, starke Schwel­lung der Extre­mität, in die geimpft wurde, Indu­ra­tion an der Injek­ti­ons­stelle.“[50]

Here is the translation:

»- Very common side effects: Diar­rhoea, tired­ness, fatigue, fever, pain, swel­ling and red­ness at the injec­tion site.

- Common side effects: Hea­dache, nausea, vomi­ting, exan­thema, arthr­algia, joint swel­ling, irri­ta­bi­lity, pru­ritus, der­ma­titis and haem­atoma at injec­tion site.

- Unknown fre­quency: Lympha­de­no­pathy, ana­phyl­actic reac­tions such as urti­caria, angio­e­dema and respi­ra­tory dis­tress, sei­zure, vaso­vagal syn­cope, Guil­lain-Barré syn­drome, fascial paresis, mye­litis, bra­chial plexus neu­ritis, Pain and tran­sient paraesthesia/hypaesthesia of the limb injected, ver­tigo, abdo­minal pain, fee­ling sick, pallor, severe swel­ling of the limb injected, indu­ra­tion at the injec­tion site.«

In this con­text, we need only refer to Guil­lain-Barré syn­drome, which has recently become known as a result of the Covid-19 »vac­cines« pro­moted by the media and aut­ho­ri­ties (e.g. as a tem­poral con­se­quence after an injec­tion with Johnson & Johnson[51]). This is a nor­mally very rare nerve disease that can lead to tem­porary or per­ma­nent para­lysis, among other things[52]. [53].

The pre­vious parts of the series at a glance:

Part 1: A »bull­dozer« with few sym­pa­thies in the West

https://​cri​tical​-news​.com/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​_​1​_​e​n​g​l​i​sh/ bzw. https://t.me/critical_news_de/850

Topics include PCR tests, freedom of the press

Part 2: Did Mag­u­fuli want to leave WHO?

https://​cri​tical​-news​.com/​t​a​n​s​a​n​i​a​-​2​_​e​n​g​l​i​sh/ bzw. https://t.me/critical_news_de/860

Topics include Gates-Foun­da­tion, oppo­si­tion to the WHO

Part 3: Mama Samia and the World Eco­nomic Forum

https://​cri​tical​-news​.com/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​_3/ bzw. https://t.me/critical_news_de/864

Topics include World Eco­nomic Forum, Agenda 21 / Agenda 2030, sustainability

Part 4: The vac­ci­na­tion cam­paign in Tan­zania under Magufuli’s heirs

https://​cri​tical​-news​.com/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​_4/  bzw. https://t.me/critical_news_de/868

Topics include vac­cine safety, medical edu­ca­tion, case sur­veil­lance, adverse side effects

Teil 5: Agenda, safaris and poaching

https://​cri​tical​-news​.com/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​_​5​_​e​n​g​l​i​sh/  bzw. https://t.me/critical_news_de/893

Topics include 2030 Agenda, hun­ting safaris, Maasai, Envi­ron­mental pro­tec­tion, poaching


[1] „Tan­zania issues pre­cau­tio­nary notice over mon­keypox as cases rise in Europe” auf „the​ci​tizen​.co​.tz” vom 26.05.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.the​ci​tizen​.co​.tz/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​/​n​e​w​s​/​n​a​t​i​o​n​a​l​/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​-​i​s​s​u​e​s​-​n​o​t​i​c​e​-​o​v​e​r​-​m​o​n​k​e​y​p​o​x​-​3​8​2​7​728, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[2] „Tan­zania issues alert over mon­keypox as out­break reported in Europe” auf “busi​ness​-stan​dard​.com” vom 27.05.2022 um 07:36 Uhr. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.busi​ness​-stan​dard​.com/​a​r​t​i​c​l​e​/​i​n​t​e​r​n​a​t​i​o​n​a​l​/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​-​i​s​s​u​e​s​-​a​l​e​r​t​-​o​v​e​r​-​m​o​n​k​e​y​p​o​x​-​a​s​-​o​u​t​b​r​e​a​k​-​r​e​p​o​r​t​e​d​-​i​n​-​e​u​r​o​p​e​-​1​2​2​0​5​2​7​0​0​0​8​0​_​1​.​h​tml, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 16.06.2022.

[3] Samwel Mwalongo „Tan­zania: No Mon­keypox Cases in Tan­zania, Says Ministry“ auf „allaf​rica​.com“ vom 25.05.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​allaf​rica​.com/​s​t​o​r​i​e​s​/​2​0​2​2​0​5​2​5​0​1​2​0​.​h​tml, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[4] „Massai“ auf „de​.wiki​pedia​.org“. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​de​.wiki​pedia​.org/​w​i​k​i​/​M​a​s​sai, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 16.06.2022.

[5] Tom Maguire „In photos: Reaching remote Masai com­mu­nities with life-saving vac­ci­na­tions” auf „gavi​.org” vom 26.01.2015. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.gavi​.org/​i​n​-​p​h​o​t​o​s​-​r​e​a​c​h​i​n​g​-​r​e​m​o​t​e​-​m​a​s​a​i​-​c​o​m​m​u​n​i​t​i​e​s​-​w​ith, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 16.06.2022.

[6] Siehe hierzu Dave Brych „Tochter gesund & glück­lich! Haus­ge­burt in Afrika — Frei & Unab­hängig Pod­cast mit Dave Brych 012“ auf „5 Ideen“ vom 11.05.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.you​tube​.com/​w​a​t​c​h​?​v​=​g​c​v​H​i​C​K​J​E30, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[7] „Polio immu­ni­sa­tion cam­paign begins in four coun­tries after case con­firmed in Malawi – UNICEF” auf „unicef​.org” vom 20.03.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.unicef​.org/​e​s​a​/​p​r​e​s​s​-​r​e​l​e​a​s​e​s​/​p​o​l​i​o​-​i​m​m​u​n​i​s​a​t​i​o​n​-​c​a​m​p​a​i​g​n​-​b​e​g​i​n​s​-​f​o​u​r​-​c​o​u​n​t​r​i​e​s​-​a​f​t​e​r​-​c​a​s​e​-​c​o​n​f​i​r​m​e​d​-​m​a​l​a​w​i​-​u​n​i​cef, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[8] „Tan­zania ramps up nati­on­wide vac­ci­na­tion against polio” auf „afro​.who​.int” vom 19.05.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.afro​.who​.int/​c​o​u​n​t​r​i​e​s​/​u​n​i​t​e​d​-​r​e​p​u​b​l​i​c​-​o​f​-​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​/​n​e​w​s​/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​-​r​a​m​p​s​-​n​a​t​i​o​n​w​i​d​e​-​v​a​c​c​i​n​a​t​i​o​n​-​a​g​a​i​n​s​t​-​p​o​lio, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[9] Peti Siyame „Tan­zania: Rukwa to Admi­nister Door-to-Door Polio Vac­ci­na­tion” auf „allaf​rica​.com” vom 26.04.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​allaf​rica​.com/​s​t​o​r​i​e​s​/​2​0​2​2​0​4​2​6​0​1​1​7​.​h​tml sowie auf https://dailynews.co.tz/news/2022–04-256266a3c628d0d.aspx, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[10] Herieth Mak­wette „Tan­zania to con­duct house to house polio vac­ci­na­tion” auf „the​ci​tizen​.co​.tz” vom 12.05.2002. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.the​ci​tizen​.co​.tz/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​/​n​e​w​s​/​n​a​t​i​o​n​a​l​/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​-​t​o​-​c​o​n​d​u​c​t​-​h​o​u​s​e​-​t​o​-​h​o​u​s​e​-​p​o​l​i​o​-​v​a​c​c​i​n​a​t​i​o​n​-​3​8​1​2​916, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[11] „Tan­zania ramps up nati­on­wide vac­ci­na­tion against polio” auf „afro​.who​.int” vom 19.05.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.afro​.who​.int/​c​o​u​n​t​r​i​e​s​/​u​n​i​t​e​d​-​r​e​p​u​b​l​i​c​-​o​f​-​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​/​n​e​w​s​/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​-​r​a​m​p​s​-​n​a​t​i​o​n​w​i​d​e​-​v​a​c​c​i​n​a​t​i​o​n​-​a​g​a​i​n​s​t​-​p​o​lio, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[12] Peti Siyame „Tan­zania: Rukwa to Admi­nister Door-to-Door Polio Vac­ci­na­tion” auf „allaf​rica​.com” vom 26.04.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​allaf​rica​.com/​s​t​o​r​i​e​s​/​2​0​2​2​0​4​2​6​0​1​1​7​.​h​tml sowie auf https://dailynews.co.tz/news/2022–04-256266a3c628d0d.aspx, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[13] „Tan­zania ramps up nati­on­wide vac­ci­na­tion against polio” auf „afro​.who​.int” vom 19.05.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.afro​.who​.int/​c​o​u​n​t​r​i​e​s​/​u​n​i​t​e​d​-​r​e​p​u​b​l​i​c​-​o​f​-​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​/​n​e​w​s​/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​-​r​a​m​p​s​-​n​a​t​i​o​n​w​i​d​e​-​v​a​c​c​i​n​a​t​i​o​n​-​a​g​a​i​n​s​t​-​p​o​lio, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[14] Wil­liam Eng­dahl „Gates Foun­da­tion vac­cine spreads polio across Africa“ auf „newa​gebd​.net“ vom 01.10.2020, zuletzt aktua­li­siert am 01.10.2020 um 16:31 Uhr. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.newa​gebd​.net/​a​r​t​i​c​l​e​/​1​1​7​7​5​7​/​g​a​t​e​s​-​f​o​u​n​d​a​t​i​o​n​-​v​a​c​c​i​n​e​-​s​p​r​e​a​d​s​-​p​o​l​i​o​-​a​c​r​o​s​s​-​a​f​r​ica, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[15] „Tan­zania ramps up nati­on­wide vac­ci­na­tion against polio” auf „afro​.who​.int” vom 19.05.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.afro​.who​.int/​c​o​u​n​t​r​i​e​s​/​u​n​i​t​e​d​-​r​e​p​u​b​l​i​c​-​o​f​-​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​/​n​e​w​s​/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​-​r​a​m​p​s​-​n​a​t​i​o​n​w​i​d​e​-​v​a​c​c​i​n​a​t​i​o​n​-​a​g​a​i​n​s​t​-​p​o​lio, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[16] „Polio immu­ni­sa­tion cam­paign begins in four coun­tries after case con­firmed in Malawi – UNICEF” auf „unicef​.org” vom 20.03.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.unicef​.org/​e​s​a​/​p​r​e​s​s​-​r​e​l​e​a​s​e​s​/​p​o​l​i​o​-​i​m​m​u​n​i​s​a​t​i​o​n​-​c​a​m​p​a​i​g​n​-​b​e​g​i​n​s​-​f​o​u​r​-​c​o​u​n​t​r​i​e​s​-​a​f​t​e​r​-​c​a​s​e​-​c​o​n​f​i​r​m​e​d​-​m​a​l​a​w​i​-​u​n​i​cef, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[17] „Tan­zania ramps up nati­on­wide vac­ci­na­tion against polio” auf „afro​.who​.int” vom 19.05.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.afro​.who​.int/​c​o​u​n​t​r​i​e​s​/​u​n​i​t​e​d​-​r​e​p​u​b​l​i​c​-​o​f​-​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​/​n​e​w​s​/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​-​r​a​m​p​s​-​n​a​t​i​o​n​w​i​d​e​-​v​a​c​c​i​n​a​t​i​o​n​-​a​g​a​i​n​s​t​-​p​o​lio, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[18] „Tan­zania ramps up nati­on­wide vac­ci­na­tion against polio” auf „afro​.who​.int” vom 19.05.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.afro​.who​.int/​c​o​u​n​t​r​i​e​s​/​u​n​i​t​e​d​-​r​e​p​u​b​l​i​c​-​o​f​-​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​/​n​e​w​s​/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​-​r​a​m​p​s​-​n​a​t​i​o​n​w​i​d​e​-​v​a​c​c​i​n​a​t​i​o​n​-​a​g​a​i​n​s​t​-​p​o​lio, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[19] „Tan­zania ramps up nati­on­wide vac­ci­na­tion against polio” auf „afro​.who​.int” vom 19.05.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.afro​.who​.int/​c​o​u​n​t​r​i​e​s​/​u​n​i​t​e​d​-​r​e​p​u​b​l​i​c​-​o​f​-​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​/​n​e​w​s​/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​-​r​a​m​p​s​-​n​a​t​i​o​n​w​i​d​e​-​v​a​c​c​i​n​a​t​i​o​n​-​a​g​a​i​n​s​t​-​p​o​lio, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[20] „Tan­zania ramps up nati­on­wide vac­ci­na­tion against polio” auf „afro​.who​.int” vom 19.05.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.afro​.who​.int/​c​o​u​n​t​r​i​e​s​/​u​n​i​t​e​d​-​r​e​p​u​b​l​i​c​-​o​f​-​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​/​n​e​w​s​/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​-​r​a​m​p​s​-​n​a​t​i​o​n​w​i​d​e​-​v​a​c​c​i​n​a​t​i​o​n​-​a​g​a​i​n​s​t​-​p​o​lio, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[21] Herieth Mak­wette „Tan­zania to con­duct house to house polio vac­ci­na­tion” auf „the​ci​tizen​.co​.tz” vom 12.05.2002. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.the​ci​tizen​.co​.tz/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​/​n​e​w​s​/​n​a​t​i​o​n​a​l​/​t​a​n​z​a​n​i​a​-​t​o​-​c​o​n​d​u​c​t​-​h​o​u​s​e​-​t​o​-​h​o​u​s​e​-​p​o​l​i​o​-​v​a​c​c​i​n​a​t​i​o​n​-​3​8​1​2​916, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[22] „Polio immu­ni­sa­tion cam­paign begins in four coun­tries after case con­firmed in Malawi – UNICEF” auf „unicef​.org” vom 20.03.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.unicef​.org/​e​s​a​/​p​r​e​s​s​-​r​e​l​e​a​s​e​s​/​p​o​l​i​o​-​i​m​m​u​n​i​s​a​t​i​o​n​-​c​a​m​p​a​i​g​n​-​b​e​g​i​n​s​-​f​o​u​r​-​c​o​u​n​t​r​i​e​s​-​a​f​t​e​r​-​c​a​s​e​-​c​o​n​f​i​r​m​e​d​-​m​a​l​a​w​i​-​u​n​i​cef, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[23] „Polio immu­ni­sa­tion cam­paign begins in four coun­tries after case con­firmed in Malawi – UNICEF” auf „unicef​.org” vom 20.03.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.unicef​.org/​e​s​a​/​p​r​e​s​s​-​r​e​l​e​a​s​e​s​/​p​o​l​i​o​-​i​m​m​u​n​i​s​a​t​i​o​n​-​c​a​m​p​a​i​g​n​-​b​e​g​i​n​s​-​f​o​u​r​-​c​o​u​n​t​r​i​e​s​-​a​f​t​e​r​-​c​a​s​e​-​c​o​n​f​i​r​m​e​d​-​m​a​l​a​w​i​-​u​n​i​cef, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[24] „Polio immu­ni­sa­tion cam­paign begins in four coun­tries after case con­firmed in Malawi – UNICEF” auf „unicef​.org” vom 20.03.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.unicef​.org/​e​s​a​/​p​r​e​s​s​-​r​e​l​e​a​s​e​s​/​p​o​l​i​o​-​i​m​m​u​n​i​s​a​t​i​o​n​-​c​a​m​p​a​i​g​n​-​b​e​g​i​n​s​-​f​o​u​r​-​c​o​u​n​t​r​i​e​s​-​a​f​t​e​r​-​c​a​s​e​-​c​o​n​f​i​r​m​e​d​-​m​a​l​a​w​i​-​u​n​i​cef, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[25] Peti Siyame „Tan­zania: Rukwa to Admi­nister Door-to-Door Polio Vac­ci­na­tion” auf „allaf​rica​.com” vom 26.04.2022. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​allaf​rica​.com/​s​t​o​r​i​e​s​/​2​0​2​2​0​4​2​6​0​1​1​7​.​h​tml sowie auf https://dailynews.co.tz/news/2022–04-256266a3c628d0d.aspx, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[26] Ekke­hard Jänicke „Ver­seuchte Polio-Impf­stoffe die Ursache der AIDS-Epi­demie?“ auf „heise​.de“ vom 16.06.2000. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.heise​.de/​t​p​/​f​e​a​t​u​r​e​s​/​V​e​r​s​e​u​c​h​t​e​-​P​o​l​i​o​-​I​m​p​f​s​t​o​f​f​e​-​d​i​e​-​U​r​s​a​c​h​e​-​d​e​r​-​A​I​D​S​-​E​p​i​d​e​m​i​e​-​3​4​5​0​0​0​6​.​h​tml, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2020.

[27] Wil­liam Eng­dahl „Gates Foun­da­tion vac­cine spreads polio across Africa“ auf „newa​gebd​.net“ vom 01.10.2020, zuletzt aktua­li­siert am 01.10.2020 um 16:31 Uhr. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.newa​gebd​.net/​a​r​t​i​c​l​e​/​1​1​7​7​5​7​/​g​a​t​e​s​-​f​o​u​n​d​a​t​i​o​n​-​v​a​c​c​i​n​e​-​s​p​r​e​a​d​s​-​p​o​l​i​o​-​a​c​r​o​s​s​-​a​f​r​ica, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[28] Vgl. „MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT VACCINES.  Debunked: The Polio Vac­cine and HIV Link“ auf „histo​ryof​vac​cines​.org“. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​histo​ryof​vac​cines​.org/​v​a​c​c​i​n​e​s​-​1​0​1​/​m​i​s​c​o​n​c​e​p​t​i​o​n​s​-​a​b​o​u​t​-​v​a​c​c​i​n​e​s​/​d​e​b​u​n​k​e​d​-​p​o​l​i​o​-​v​a​c​c​i​n​e​-​a​n​d​-​h​i​v​-​l​ink, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[29] Vgl. „HI-Virus ent­stammt nicht ver­un­rei­nigtem Polio-Impf­stoff“ auf „spek​trum​.de“ vom 21.05.2004. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.spek​trum​.de/​n​e​w​s​/​h​i​-​v​i​r​u​s​-​e​n​t​s​t​a​m​m​t​-​n​i​c​h​t​-​v​e​r​u​n​r​e​i​n​i​g​t​e​m​-​p​o​l​i​o​-​i​m​p​f​s​t​o​f​f​/​7​1​5​031, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[30] Ekke­hard Jänicke „Ver­seuchte Polio-Impf­stoffe die Ursache der AIDS-Epi­demie?“ auf „heise​.de“ vom 16.06.2000. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.heise​.de/​t​p​/​f​e​a​t​u​r​e​s​/​V​e​r​s​e​u​c​h​t​e​-​P​o​l​i​o​-​I​m​p​f​s​t​o​f​f​e​-​d​i​e​-​U​r​s​a​c​h​e​-​d​e​r​-​A​I​D​S​-​E​p​i​d​e​m​i​e​-​3​4​5​0​0​0​6​.​h​tml, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2020.

[31] Robert F. Ken­nedy Jr. „Das wahre Gesicht des Dr. Fauci. Bill Gates, die Phar­ma­in­dus­trie und der glo­bale Krieg gegen Demo­kratie und Gesund­heit.“ Rot­ten­burg (Kopp), 1. Auf­lage, 2022, S. 417

[32] Robert F. Ken­nedy Jr. „Das wahre Gesicht des Dr. Fauci. Bill Gates, die Phar­ma­in­dus­trie und der glo­bale Krieg gegen Demo­kratie und Gesund­heit.“ Rot­ten­burg (Kopp), 1. Auf­lage, 2022, S. 420

[33] Robert F. Ken­nedy Jr. „Das wahre Gesicht des Dr. Fauci. Bill Gates, die Phar­ma­in­dus­trie und der glo­bale Krieg gegen Demo­kratie und Gesund­heit.“ Rot­ten­burg (Kopp), 1. Auf­lage, 2022, S.529–530

[34] Robert F. Ken­nedy Jr. „Das wahre Gesicht des Dr. Fauci. Bill Gates, die Phar­ma­in­dus­trie und der glo­bale Krieg gegen Demo­kratie und Gesund­heit.“ Rot­ten­burg (Kopp), 1. Auf­lage, 2022, S. 531

[35] Robert F. Ken­nedy Jr. „Das wahre Gesicht des Dr. Fauci. Bill Gates, die Phar­ma­in­dus­trie und der glo­bale Krieg gegen Demo­kratie und Gesund­heit.“ Rot­ten­burg (Kopp), 1. Auf­lage, 2022, S. 530–531

[36] „Geheim­ak­tion: WHO und Unicef wollten Mil­lionen Frauen geheim ste­ri­li­sieren“ auf „katho​li​sches​.info“ vom 13.11.2014. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​katho​li​sches​.info/​2​0​1​4​/​1​1​/​1​3​/​g​e​h​e​i​m​a​k​t​i​o​n​-​w​h​o​-​u​n​d​-​u​n​i​c​e​f​-​w​o​l​l​t​e​n​-​m​i​l​l​i​o​n​e​n​-​f​r​a​u​e​n​-​g​e​h​e​i​m​-​s​t​e​r​i​l​i​s​i​e​r​en/, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 12.05.2022.

[37] Abby Ohl­heiser „The tense standoff bet­ween Catholic bishops and the Kenyan government over tetanus vac­cines” auf „washing​ton​post​.com” vom 14.11.2014. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.washing​ton​post​.com/​n​e​w​s​/​w​o​r​l​d​v​i​e​w​s​/​w​p​/​2​0​1​4​/​1​1​/​1​4​/​t​h​e​-​t​e​n​s​e​-​s​t​a​n​d​o​f​f​-​b​e​t​w​e​e​n​-​c​a​t​h​o​l​i​c​-​b​i​s​h​o​p​s​-​a​n​d​-​t​h​e​-​k​e​n​y​a​n​-​g​o​v​e​r​n​m​e​n​t​-​o​v​e​r​-​t​e​t​a​n​u​s​-​v​a​c​c​i​n​es/, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 12.05.2022.

[38] John W. Oller, Chris­to­pher A. Shaw, Lucija Tomlje­novic, Ste­phen K. Karanja, Wahome Ngare, Felicia M. Cle­ment und Jamie Ryan Pil­lette „HCG Found in WHO Tetanus Vac­cine in Kenya Raises Con­cern in the Deve­lo­ping World“ auf „scirp​.org“ vom 10.10.2017. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.scirp​.org/​j​o​u​r​n​a​l​/​p​a​p​e​r​i​n​f​o​r​m​a​t​i​o​n​.​a​s​p​x​?​p​a​p​e​r​i​d​=​8​1​838, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 31.05.2022.

[39] Wil­liam Eng­dahl „Gates Foun­da­tion vac­cine spreads polio across Africa“ auf „newa​gebd​.net“ vom 01.10.2020, zuletzt aktua­li­siert am 01.10.2020 um 16:31 Uhr. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.newa​gebd​.net/​a​r​t​i​c​l​e​/​1​1​7​7​5​7​/​g​a​t​e​s​-​f​o​u​n​d​a​t​i​o​n​-​v​a​c​c​i​n​e​-​s​p​r​e​a​d​s​-​p​o​l​i​o​-​a​c​r​o​s​s​-​a​f​r​ica, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[40] Wil­liam Eng­dahl „Gates Foun­da­tion vac­cine spreads polio across Africa“ auf „newa​gebd​.net“ vom 01.10.2020, zuletzt aktua­li­siert am 01.10.2020 um 16:31 Uhr. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.newa​gebd​.net/​a​r​t​i​c​l​e​/​1​1​7​7​5​7​/​g​a​t​e​s​-​f​o​u​n​d​a​t​i​o​n​-​v​a​c​c​i​n​e​-​s​p​r​e​a​d​s​-​p​o​l​i​o​-​a​c​r​o​s​s​-​a​f​r​ica, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[41] „Polio: Uno meldet neue Fälle durch Imp­fungen im Sudan“ auf „aerz​te​blatt​.de“ vom 28.08.2020. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.aerz​te​blatt​.de/​n​a​c​h​r​i​c​h​t​e​n​/​1​1​6​0​5​3​/​P​o​l​i​o​-​U​n​o​-​m​e​l​d​e​t​-​n​e​u​e​-​F​a​e​l​l​e​-​d​u​r​c​h​-​I​m​p​f​u​n​g​e​n​-​i​m​-​S​u​dan, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 30.05.2022.

[42] Martin Hirte „Impfen Pro & Contra. Das Hand­buch für die indi­vi­du­elle Imp­f­ent­schei­dung.“ Mün­chen (Knaur Mens­Sana), 2018, S. 193

[43] Martin Hirte „Impfen Pro & Contra. Das Hand­buch für die indi­vi­du­elle Imp­f­ent­schei­dung.“ Mün­chen (Knaur Mens­Sana), 2018, S. 193–194

[44] Martin Hirte „Impfen Pro & Contra. Das Hand­buch für die indi­vi­du­elle Imp­f­ent­schei­dung.“ Mün­chen (Knaur Mens­Sana), 2018, S.194

[45] „Polio-Imp­fung bei Erwach­senen“ auf „impfen​-info​.de“. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.impfen​-info​.de/​i​m​p​f​e​m​p​f​e​h​l​u​n​g​e​n​/​f​u​e​r​-​e​r​w​a​c​h​s​e​n​e​/​p​o​l​i​o​-​k​i​n​d​e​r​l​a​e​h​m​u​n​g​/​#​c​8​918, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[46] „Was Lebend­impf­stoffe bewirken können“ auf „pharma​-fakten​.de“ vom 14.10.2015.Aufzurufen unter https://​www​.pharma​-fakten​.de/​n​e​w​s​/​d​e​t​a​i​l​s​/​2​4​0​-​i​m​p​f​s​c​h​u​t​z​-​w​a​s​-​l​e​b​e​n​d​i​m​p​f​s​t​o​f​f​e​-​b​e​w​i​r​k​e​n​-​k​o​e​n​n​en/, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen 29.05.2022.

[47] „Was sind vac­cine-derived (Impf­stoff-abge­lei­tete) Polio­viren (cVDPV)?“ auf „rki​.de“ vom 10.07.2020. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.rki​.de/​S​h​a​r​e​d​D​o​c​s​/​F​A​Q​/​I​m​p​f​e​n​/​P​o​l​i​o​m​y​e​l​i​t​i​s​/​F​A​Q​0​7​.​h​tml, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[48] Siehe Carola Javid-Kistel, Rolf Kron, Ulrike Gerst­mayer (Hg): „Krank geimpft. Betrof­fene erzählen. Wenn der Bei­pack­zettel wahr wird.“ Kempten (didactus), 1. Auf­lage, 2020

[49] Siehe Carola Javid-Kistel, Rolf Kron, Ulrike Gerst­mayer (Hg): „Krank geimpft. Betrof­fene erzählen. Wenn der Bei­pack­zettel wahr wird.“ Kempten (didactus), 1. Auf­lage, 2020, S. 133

[50] „Polio-Imp­fung“ auf „gelbe​-liste​.de“. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.gelbe​-liste​.de/​i​m​p​f​u​n​g​/​p​o​l​i​o​-​i​m​p​f​ung, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[51] Isa­belle Vik­toria Mau­cher „FDA warnt vor Guil­lain-Barré-Syn­drom nach J&J‑Impfung“ auf „gelbe​-liste​.de“ vom 13.07.2021. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.gelbe​-liste​.de/​n​a​c​h​r​i​c​h​t​e​n​/​g​u​i​l​l​a​i​n​-​b​a​r​r​e​-​c​o​r​o​n​a​-​i​m​p​f​ung, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[52] Jean-Pierre Malin und Eck­hart Sin­dern „Das akute Guil­lain-Barré-Syn­drom“ auf „aerz​te​blatt​.de“ 93, Heft 28–29, 15. Juli 1996, A1895-A1898. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://​www​.aerz​te​blatt​.de/​a​r​c​h​i​v​/​2​2​1​3​/​D​a​s​-​a​k​u​t​e​-​G​u​i​l​l​a​i​n​-​B​a​r​r​e​-​S​y​n​d​rom, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022.

[53] Michael Rubin „Guil­lain-Barré-Syn­drom (GBS)“ auf „msd​ma​nuals​.com“ vom Dezember 2020. Auf­zu­rufen unter https://www.msdmanuals.com/de/heim/störungen-der-hirn-,-rückenmarks-und-nervenfunktion/erkrankungen-der-peripheren-nerven-und-verwandte-erkrankungen/guillain-barré-syndrom-gbs, zuletzt auf­ge­rufen am 29.05.2022

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