Natalie’s Commentary: It is a gratuitous and grave mistake to overlook what the experimental genetic altering shots/jabs have done to humanity, which governments deceptively called “vaccines”. Made in less than 6 months, normal vaccines going through gold standard trials can take at the minimum 10 years. Others took more than 60 years to be absolutely sure it wasn’t going to ubiquitously harm humanity throughout the world.
There was no mention of any autopsy pathology reports done to any of these innocent neonatal children to thoroughly investigate a cause.
Many pregnant mothers advised by their doctors to get the COVID-19 jab went through horrible miscarriages. Their babies started coming apart in the womb and some couldn’t carry to full term. It could very well be that these innocent neonatal children were affected by the COVID-19 experimental jabs, not vaccines.
It has been discovered that women who got the COVID-19 jab and started experiencing serious adverse events from the jab were found to have had the Pfizer-BioNtech or Moderna jabs which creates the extremely harmful spike protein inside a person’s body and travels particularly to women’s ovaries and to the heart, liver, spinal cord, brain, kidneys; to every major organ and tissue within the body. It was noted that the spike protein traveled to pregnant woman’s placenta passing to the baby.
Review of History of Polio and its Vaccine
Discovery of the Polio virus (1908)
Two doctors in Austria, Karl Landsteiner and Erwin Popper, filtered out spinal cord fluid from a deceased polio patient and injected it into live monkeys. When the monkeys also developed polio, they confirmed the disease was in fact viral.
But it wasn’t until the invention of the electron microscope in the 1950s that the polio virus would be readily accessible for in-depth study and analysis.
Polio vaccine history
Once it was confirmed to be a viral infection, the medical community began working on the first polio vaccine to prevent its spread. Much of the early research and development took place in the United States.
Early polio vaccine projects (1935)
Unfortunately, initial trials were poorly executed and caused great harm to those involved. Teams of researchers in New York and Philadelphia both administered vaccines containing active poliovirus to tens of thousands of living subjects, including children and chimpanzees. Many subjects became severely ill or paralyzed, experienced allergic reactions, and even died of polio.
Cultivating poliovirus in human tissue (1936)
Scientists in New York City grew the poliovirus in embryonic brain tissue, allowing them to study how the virus spread. However, they were reluctant to create a vaccine in this manner due to the risks associated with using nervous system tissues. This particular study did at least advance the medical community’s understanding of the poliovirus’ ability to multiply.
Koprowski polio vaccine tests (1948-1950)
So when was the polio vaccine invented?
In the late 1940s, Dr. Hilary Koprowski of Lederle Laboratories in Philadelphia successfully administered a vaccine for type 2 poliovirus. He chose to test it on himself and his assistant after trying it on chimpanzees. They both drank the vaccine and observed no adverse effects.
Salk poliomyelitis vaccine trial (1952-1953)
Despite widespread concern over testing the vaccine on live human subjects, the studies continued. In the early 1950s, the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis (now known as the March of Dimes) funded a study by Dr. Jonas Salk and his team of researchers. They planned to try three different strains of injectable, inactive-virus vaccines on humans.
Vaccination programs suspended (1955)
When the U.S. Surgeon General questioned the safety of the trial vaccine, all polio vaccination programs were brought to a halt. An investigation revealed that it was responsible for 11 deaths, and hundreds of cases of paralysis. Apparently, some of the vaccines may not have been produced according to Salk’s methods and still contained active type 1 poliovirus.
Koprowski OPV test (1957)
Koprowski continued type 1 poliovirus vaccine trials in the former Democratic Republic of Congo, with some degree of success. But political and social unrest in the region prevented his team from conducting follow-up appointments with many of the test subjects.
Testing and licensing of Sabin polio vaccine (1959-1963)
For four years, researcher Albert Sabin partnered with health officials from the Soviet Union to produce a more affordable alternative. More than 10 million children received his oral polio vaccine (OPV) during this period.
Studies showed that Sabin’s version triggered a faster immune response and was easier to administer than Salk’s vaccine. Both Salk’s injectable vaccine and Sabin’s oral vaccine stopped the spread of all strains of the poliovirus through the bloodstream.
Ultimately, the U.S. Surgeon General recommended licensing of Sabin’s OPV, which combined vaccinations against all three types of polio in 1963. ~ Natalie
Investigation Underway Following Mysterious Surge in Deaths of Newborn Babies in Scotland
From The Epoch Times By May 18, 2022 and Nats.news Natalie’s Commentary
Officials in Scotland are investigating a mystery surge in deaths of newborn babies, the second time the phenomenon has been reported in about six months.
The probe was started after 18 infants died in their first four weeks of life in March, which caused the mortality rate to surpass a set threshold and trigger an investigation, Public Health Scotland (PHS) confirmed to local media outlets. In September 2021, 21 babies died in their first four weeks of life, similarly triggering an investigation.
PHS appeared to rule out COVID-19 as a cause for the mysterious deaths, noting that infections in mothers or infants “[did] not appear to have played a role,” according to The Herald newspaper. In September, the agency also said that COVID-19 infections “did not appear to have played a role” in the deaths at the time.
A spokeswoman for Scotland’s Government confirmed the investigations as well in statements to The Herald.
“We are working with PHS, the Scottish National Neonatal Network, and the Maternity and Children Quality Improvement Collaborative to understand any possible contributing factors to ensure we continue to improve the care of the smallest and sickest babies in Scotland,” the spokesperson said.
There will be individual investigations into each day as part of the agency’s policies, which are intended to “improve approaches to the review of adverse events, such as these, in maternity and neonatal settings,” the statement added.
“Each of the losses reflected in the information reported is a tragedy for those involved,” the statement said “The review processes to identify and mitigate any contributing factors are being led by the responsible agencies, and are ongoing. Public Health Scotland will continue to monitor data on neonatal health outcomes to inform and support this work.”
Dr. Sarah Stock, an expert in maternal and fetal medicine at Edinburgh University who led a study regarding COVID-19 and pregnancies in her country, told the news outlet that “the numbers are really troubling,” noting that officials don’t know the cause yet. This is at least an honest opinion
“What we do know is that it’s not neonatal COVID this is a distraction and what about the gene altering therapy … the rates of COVID-19 infection in babies are very low and deaths from COVID are thankfully very, very small, so this isn’t COVID affecting babies,” Stock commented.
But, she added, “we can’t forget that it might be other causes altogether, so it’s really important that we investigate.”
The agency did not make any references to COVID-19 vaccinations in either the March or September spate of infant deaths. This is very telling Scotland has vaccinated 91.8 percent of its population over 18, according to public health data. The Epoch Times has contacted PHS for comment.