By Cliff Kincaid
One of the speakers at our AIDS vaccine conference was Walter S. Kyle, an attorney who has written articles and conducted court cases demonstrating that government vaccination programs have unintended consequences and innocent victims. His article in the March 7, 1992 edition of The Lancet, "Simian retroviruses, polio vaccine and the Origin of Aids," cites evidence that contaminated polio vaccines contributed to the creation of AIDS. Government authorities, who once used monkeys with SV-40 to make polio vaccines, unwittingly switched to monkeys contaminated with SIV (Simian Immunodeficiency Virus) after SV-40 (Simian Virus-40) was shown to cause cancer but before the discovery of SIV. The article describes how oral polio vaccine contaminated with SIV was used in 1978 to treat genital herpes among male homosexuals, who acquired and spread the virus, which became known as HIV.
Kyle's most famous case, Loge v. United States, established the government's intent to immunize people, without their knowledge or consent, with live polio viruses from oral polio vaccines that spread the disease to people who merely came into contact with the recipients of the vaccine. In most cases, mothers changing the diapers of their babies who were given the vaccine contracted polio through exposure to the stool discharge. However, the case also demonstrated the Court's hesitation to second-guess vaccine policy makers who infected millions of unaware persons in contact with vaccine recipients.
It is likely that, in the case of AIDS, we are looking at an unintentional government decision that has had the effect of spreading SIV/HIV into the human population. At the same time, contamination of polio vaccines with SV-40 may be causing many cancers in humans. Those responsible for this catastrophe have to be held accountable. It will be impossible to solve or even truly understand the AIDS problem without accurate knowledge about the origin of AIDS. A cure for cancer may also have to be viewed and understood in the same way.