Polio: If it wasn't for Islamic savages murdering health workers the disease would have long been eradicated

The Last Drops

Will health workers in Pakistan overcome political and religious tensions to vaccinate children against polio?

(The question is preposterous. Its not a matter of ‘overcoming political and religious tensions’, its  whether you want to get yourself killed by primitive savages.)

The horrors of polio have left a legacy of suffering across the world.

(Not the horrors of polio, the horrors of Islam. Islam left a legacy of suffering across the world. If it wasn’t for Islamic savages murdering the health workers  the disease would have long been eradicated.)


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One of the commenters on al Jazeera confirms the fanatical frenzy that is so deeply ingrained in the Mohammedan mental baggage:


It is known to everyone in Pakistan that the polio vaccine that is used in NWFP & FATA is mixed with toxins to make Pakhtoon Muslims infertile. Now, the same toxin is used in Balochistan to reduce Balochi Muslims’ population. Therefore, now Pakhtoon Muslims & Balochi Muslims are not using this toxin for their children.

It should be noted that population of Sindhi Muslims, Balochi Muslims, and Pakhtoon Muslims have reduced however the percentage of PUNJABIS have increased from 60% to 67%.

The horrors of polio have left a legacy of suffering across the world.

When a breakthrough vaccine was discovered in the 1960s, polio was eliminated in the developed world. Other countries followed as vaccination campaigns were stepped up until only three countries remained, just a few hundred cases of polio in each. Until recently, Nigeria, Pakistan and Afghanistan have been the remaining endemic countries. There are now new reports of an outbreak in Syria.

Polio is highly infectious and like all diseases has no respect for national borders, so the world remains at risk until the very last case of polio is gone.

This disease, if God wills it, can be eradicated from this country.—Pakistani polio health worker

Pakistan is one of the last countries never to have ended polio despite concerted vaccination efforts from local, national and international organisations.

Teams of women ‘vaccinators’ in Pakistan struggle to achieve full coverage in a country wracked by ideological violence. Their commitment is unfailing even as they face attacks from the Taliban, as well as fearful communities that don’t trust the source of the vaccines. Determined and patient, these women go from door to door to try and get all the children protected.

A polio worker who lost two members of her family to the violence said:

“We should make an effort that people who don’t want the drops, who think that this is not right, we need to make them aware. If they become aware, we won’t have to work so hard for the coming generations. This disease, if God wills it, can be eradicated from this country.”

Lifelines: The Quest for Global Health profiles the extraordinary work of global health workers in their quest to rid the world of the deadly, neglected diseases and conditions that keep millions of people in poverty.


The Arabs have been developing their society for thousands of years. The USA has only been around for a couple of hundred years and yet is responsbile for Arab failure for thousand of years.  —Allah not so Akbar