Origin of AIDS: The Polio Vaccine (Full Version)

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2004 – On April 12, 1955 Jonas Salk’s polio vaccine was first licensed for public use in the U.S. In the years afterwards 90 million Americans were vaccinated in the largest mass vaccination campaign ever. Polio virtually disappeared from the continent and Jonas Salk became a hero.

But not long after, 260 children who were vaccinated with Salk’s vaccine became sick. Eleven of them died. An investigation showed that some lots of the vaccine were defective and confidence in it was shaken.

Two scientific greats, Dr. Hilary Koprowski, director of the Wistar Institute in Philadelphia, and Dr. Albert Sabin, a physician at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, raced to replace the Salk vaccine. Dr. Cecil Fox, a pathologist at the National Institute of Infectious Diseases remembers that it was an intense competition.

Both Sabin and Koprowski’s vaccines were derived from monkey organs. They needed to test them in large, non-immunized population groups, no longer available in North America.

Sabin traveled to the U.S.S.R. and vaccinated more than 6 million people in Latvia, Estonia and Kazakhstan between 1958 and 1959. No AIDS cases emerged in the U.S.S.R. where Sabin did his testing.

Koprowski moved his study to the Belgian Congo which had one of Africa’s more modern health care infrastructures at the time. Between 1956 and 1960 more then 1 million African people were ‘encouraged’ to receive Koprowski’s vaccine called CHAT.

Sabin analyzed Koprowski’s vaccine in 1958 and found it be be ‘unstable and contaminated by an unknown virus’. He told Koprowski about his discovery and went then went public with his findings.

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Iran: Yesterday and Today (Full Version)

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Join Rick Steves as he explores the most surprising and fascinating land he’s ever visited: Iran. In this one-hour, ground-breaking travel special, you’ll discover the splendid monuments of Iran’s rich and glorious past, learn more about the 20th-century story of this perplexing nation, and experience Iranian life today in its historic capital and in a countryside village. Most importantly, you’ll meet the people of a nation whose government has so exasperated our own.

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  • mikael

    Iran is the cradle for almoust everything regarding sience and writing, math andmusic, the ancient Zoroasrthic religion that is the oldest of the ancient near easten worlds.

    Aryans, a notion so fu.. that the original use is forgotten, Aryan is the word Iranian, the Aryan comes from the same notion used on chritians, an Aryan is a follower of and has the writings of the Aryan Avesta, as its “bibel”, their god was Azhura Mazda, a Fire god(why I have no time to do that, right now).
    The Old Testament is more or less a copy of Gilgamesj.
    A.s.o. most of what we have to day comes from the Aryans, they ruled a wast teritory from India to the Midle East, they are NOT Arabs(semittic) they are Persians, In my world.
    A beutyfull and knowledgable People, whom I have a very deep respect for.
    And dont forgett, veside the USA/Israel there is a 3lagest “Jew” populatin in the world, and the oldest one.

    There is absolutly no reason what so ever to attac Iran, of course they wil loose in the end, but thats my consern, a ancient nation redused to dust, bombed back to stoneage, because of the lunatic in Israel wants it.

    peace

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  • Nathan

    I am depressed about the sad state of the modern west. F*** Israel’s warmongering. They better leave them alone. If not, I’d rather defend Iran than any western government.

    I’ve just recently been doing some research into Iran, and I like what I’ve found.
    What Mikael has said is spot-on it seems.

    I’d love to visit Persia to see first-hand what they offer in way of culture.

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    • kpryan

      I’m always pleased when I read that people are doing research on their own, and not simply turning on the TV for the noise that furthers their indoctrination in the world of lies.

      I had hoped to travel to Syria and Iran this Sept/Oct but unfortunately my plans fell through.

      I pray this time next year there will still be a Syria and Iran to travel to and visit.

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  • Ahmed

    one note : majority of Iraq are Shiite !! this war was not religious as the guide the explained

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  • James Power

    What a beautiful country and people.May you see another two and a half thousand years of peace.

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