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12-04-2014, 12:31 AM
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The World Health Organization (WHO) has been discovered in a criminal, secret mass sterilization effort in Kenya under the guise of administering shots to (only) women against tetanus. The Kenya Catholic Doctors Association has discovered an antigen in the tetanus vaccines that causes miscarriages in a vaccine that is being administered to 2.3 million girls and women by the World Health Organization and UNICEF. [1] It Isn’t the first time WHO has tried secret prenatal mass murder in developing countries.
Dr. Muhame Ngare, spokesman for the Catholic Doctors Association, from Mercy Medical Centre in Nairobi clarified, “We sent six samples from around Kenya to laboratories in South Africa. They tested positive for the HCG antigen. They were all laced with HCG. This proved right our worst fears; that this WHO campaign is not about eradicating neonatal tetanus but a well-coordinated forceful population control mass sterilization exercise using a proven fertility regulating vaccine. This evidence was presented to the Ministry of Health before the third round of immunization, but was ignored.” [2]
According to Ngare, the doctors became alarmed when they were informed by WHO and the Nigerian Health Ministry that this tetanus vaccine involved an unprecedented five shots over more than two years and was applied only to women of child-bearing years. He noted, “Usually we give a series three shots over two to three years, we give it anyone who comes into the clinic with an open wound, men, women or children. If this is intended to inoculate children in the womb, why give it to girls starting at 15 years? You cannot get married till you are 18. The usual way to vaccinate children is to wait till they are six weeks old.” [3]
The Kenyan Health Ministry claims the fact that vaccinated women became pregnant afterwards in several cases disproves the charges. Yet, as Ngare points out, “We knew that the last time this vaccination with five injections has been used was in Mexico in 1993 and Nicaragua and the Philippines in 1994,” said Dr. Ngare. “It didn’t cause miscarriages till three years later,” which is why, he added, the counterclaims that women who got the vaccination recently and then got pregnant are meaningless.[4] Notable is the fact that giving the vaccine to 15 year old girls is just three years before they legally can marry.
Mexico and Nicaragua earlier
The presence of HCG or Human Chorionic Gonadotropin in the Kenya tetanus vaccines being given only to women of child-bearing age is no minor thing. Since 1972 the Rockefeller Foundation has worked in secrecy with the WHO and various pharmaceutical companies to fund a WHO program in ‘reproductive health’ (sic). They developed an innovative tetanus vaccine.[5]
In the early 1990’s, according to a report from the Global Vaccine Institute, the WHO oversaw massive vaccination campaigns against tetanus in Nicaragua, Mexico and the Philippines. Comite Pro Vida de Mexico, a Roman Catholic lay organization, became suspicious of the motives behind the WHO program. When they tested numerous vials of the vaccine they, like in Kenya today, found they contained the same Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin, or HCG. They found that curious in a vaccine designed to protect people against lock-jaw arising from infection with rusty nail wounds or other contact with certain bacteria found in soil. Tetanus is also rather rare so why a mass vaccination campaign and of only women. [6]
HCG is a natural hormone needed to maintain a pregnancy. However, when combined with a tetanus toxoid carrier, it stimulated the formation of antibodies against HCG, rendering a woman incapable of maintaining a pregnancy, a form of concealed abortion. [7]
Investigation by Pro Fide uncovered the fact that the Rockefeller Foundation, working with John D.Rockefeller III’s Population Council, the World Bank, the UN Development Program, the Ford Foundation, and others had been working with the WHO since the early 1970’s to develop an anti-fertility vaccine using HCG with tetanus as well as with other vaccines. [8]
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12-04-2014, 09:58 AM
<section class="summary"> In Summary

The ruling came after the church on Tuesday presented to Parliament the results of tests it said proved that there was a conspiracy to secretly sterilise Kenyan women.
A panel of the church’s medical experts says the vaccine is laced with a human hormone which will make it impossible for women who have been vaccinated to have children.


A parliamentary committee on Tuesday ordered an investigation into a vaccine which the Catholic Church claims is being used to secretly sterilise women.

Dr Robert Pukose, the chairman of the House Committee on Health, asked for the investigation after observing that the Ministry of Health and the church appeared to get different results from samples tested.

The ruling came after the church on Tuesday presented to Parliament the results of tests it said proved that there was a conspiracy to secretly sterilise Kenyan women.

In an attack on the Ministry of Health and its partners, the Catholic Church said the ministry was either “incapable or unwilling” to act to stop the “permanent poisoning” of women through the tetanus vaccine.

A panel of the church’s medical experts says the vaccine is laced with a human hormone which will make it impossible for women who have been vaccinated to have children.

The health committee of the Kenya Episcopal Conference tabled the results before the National Assembly’s Committee on Health showing that samples of the government-administered vaccine contained the hormone called Beta human Chorionic Gonadotrophin, or HCG.

The Catholic Church has some standing on healthcare matters, being a provider of medical and training services to thousands.

It runs 58 hospitals, 83 health centres, 311 dispensaries and 18 medical training colleges.


Its suspicion of vaccines from the World Health Organisation stems from the church’s belief that the organisation has been trying to use vaccines as a means of population control since 1972.

It claims that similar tetanus vaccination drives have been used to secretly sterilise women in the Philippines, Mexico and Nicaragua.

Catholics have a history of fighting the tetanus vaccines and in 1995 succeeded in stopping such a campaign.

Their fury with the Health ministry is founded on its alleged refusal to test the vaccine for the hormone, which causes miscarriages.

Bishop Paul Kariuki Njiru, the chairman of the church’s health committee, said: “We acquired several vials of the vaccine from Batch 12 which we sent to four credible unrelated government and private laboratories in Kenya. They all show that indeed the vaccine was laced with the hormone.”

Batch 12 is the lot of vaccines now being administered.

Dr Stephen Karanja of the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association said: “The hormone, Beta HCG is neither a by-product of nor a component required for the manufacture of the tetanus vaccine. It being part of the tetanus vaccine is nothing short of a scheme to forcefully render our women incapable of bearing children.”


The Catholics identified the laboratories, which conducted their tests, as the University of Nairobi College of Health Sciences, Lancet Kenya, Mediplan Dialysis Centres, and METR POLIS Star Lab.

Samples were obtained from Mombasa, Kilifi, Trans Nzoia, Narok and Kajiado.

The vaccination campaign targeted 16 counties: Mombasa, Kilifi, Baringo, West Pokot, Turkana, Marsabit, Garissa, Wajir, Mandera, Trans Nzoia, Uasin Gishu, Meru, Narok, Kajiado, Samburu and Laikipia.

According to the ministry, these areas were picked because home deliveries were common and the risk of contracting tetanus during birth was high.

A child dies of tetanus in Kenya every day, according to the ministry. And a child dies every nine minutes globally of neo-natal tetanus.

During the hearing, Dr Pukose asked the church why it did not take its samples to the Kenya Medical Research Institute, the government’s premier medical research facility.

Dr Karanja responded that it was a simple test that any chemist could carry out.

Dr Pukose noted that both the ministry and the church gave samples to Lancet Kenya and each got a different result.

The church questioned why the vaccination targeted women in the child bearing age bracket of between 14 and 49 years, leaving out boys and men who, it claimed, are more prone to tetanus than women.

Dr Collins Tabu, Head of the Immunization Technical Group at the ministry, said the objective of the campaign was to protect newborns from tetanus, as they would get immunity from their mothers who had been vaccinated.

The focus is therefore on expecting mothers and women with the potential to get pregnant.

He dismissed as “invalid in their entirety” the results obtained by the church on samples tested.

“Were the samples sent to the labs indeed vaccines? Were they sent in their primary containers and what was their condition of storage? What type of tests was run on them?

“Vaccines can only be tested at two centres, the Pharmacy and Poisons Board and Kemri, they have the capacity for the tests. They used machines that test blood and not vaccines,” he argued....


'Red flags' in Kenyan vaccine controversy demand answers
catholic news agency.com

By Adelaide Mena (https://plus.google.com/108894272701410047795/?rel=author)

Nairobi, Kenya, Nov 13, 2014 / 01:15 pm (CNA/EWTN News (http://www.catholicnewsagency.com)).- Organizers in charge of a controversial vaccination campaign in Kenya should be transparent and cooperate with the Kenyan bishops’ request for investigation of the program, says a leading Catholic bioethicist.

“There are aspects of this that need to be raising red flags because of history and because of the way it was all being done. But raising red flags doesn’t mean that there’s something that actually has occurred,” said Dr. Kevin Donovan, director of the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics at Georgetown University.

“The way you prove that’s not the case is by not being arrogant, but responding to it and being transparent.”

Kenyan bishops have alleged that a vaccination campaign focused on eliminating neonatal tetanus, a deadly infection that infants can contract through birth in unsanitary conditions, may be a surreptitious sterilization campaign.

They say that the vaccine serum used in the campaign, sanctioned by the Kenyan government and promoted by the World Health Organization and the United Nations Children’s Fund, contains an element that can act as a contraceptive vaccine. This presence, coupled with a lack of cooperation from the sponsoring organizations and the targeting of the campaign to women of child-bearing age, makes the program problematic, the bishops have said.

The WHO and UNICEF deny that the vaccination campaign is a secret sterilization program, saying they are focused on eliminating a deadly disease. “These allegations are not backed up by evidence, and risk negatively impacting national immunizations programs for children and women,” they say.

The controversy centers around a specific hormone, beta-human chorionic gonadotropin (beta-hCG), which plays a role in both normal human reproduction and pregnancy. However, when given at high doses along with a triggering agent, the human body can treat the hormone as a harmful substance – priming the body’s response against the hormone and resulting in infertility and miscarriage.

This function of high doses fertility hormones has been used to create a temporary contraceptive vaccine in animals, used for population maintenance of animal populations in both zoos and in the wild. The success of this kind of vaccine has lead to the investigation of the use of beta-hCG in human contraceptive vaccines, though no studies have moved past stage II clinical trials. Thus, a contraceptive vaccine has not been approved for human use. Vaccines using hCG have also been investigated in the treatment of certain kinds of cancer.

Bishop Dominic Kimengich of Lodwar told CNA Nov. 12 that he and his fellow bishops were concerned because the campaign was “targeting women from the age of 15 to 49,” or childbearing age, as well as their concern that the Catholic Health Commission in Kenya “had not been informed of this campaign.”

They raised their concerns, along with concerns over allegations surrounding a similar campaign in the 1990s, to the Kenyan government, which “refused to cooperate in the matter” Bishop Kimengich said. The government even refused a “call for joint testing.”

“All along the Bishops wanted that this vaccine be tested jointly so as to remove any suspicion” he said.

After this rejection, the “Catholic Health Commission went ahead to test the tetanus vaccine sending it to four unrelated laboratories in Kenya and one in South Africa.”

“All the tests showed that indeed the tetanus vaccine was laced with the Beta HCG hormone,” they said.They alleged that along with the otherwise “normal tetanus vaccine” was “ laced with the hormone for the purposes of population control,” Bishop Kimengich said.....

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Tyr-Ziu Saxnot
12-04-2014, 10:24 AM

Margaret Sanger Biography

Margaret Sanger was an early feminist and women's rights activist who coined the term "birth control" and worked towards its legalization.


Margaret Sanger was born on September 14, 1879, in Corning, New York. In 1910 she moved to Greenwich Village and started a publication promoting a woman's right to birth control (a term that she coined). Obscenity laws forced her to flee the country until 1915. In 1916 she opened the first birth control clinic in the U.S. Sanger fought for women's rights her entire life. She died in 1966.

Early Life

Activist, social reformer. Born Margaret Higgins on September 14, 1879, in Corning, New York. She was one of 11 children born into a Roman Catholic working-class Irish American family. Her mother, Anne, had several miscarriages, and Margaret believed that all of these pregnancies took a toll on her mother's health and contributed to her early death at the age of 40 (some reports say 50). The family lived in poverty as her father, Michael, an Irish stonemason, preferred to drink and talk politics than earn a steady wage.

Seeking a better life, Sanger attended Claverack College and Hudson River Institute in 1896. She went on to study nursing at White Plains Hospital four years later. In 1902, she married William Sanger, an architect. The couple eventually had three children together.

In 1910, the Sangers moved to New York City, settling in the Manhattan neighborhood of Greenwich Village. The area was a bohemian enclave known for its radical politics at the time, and the couple became immersed in that world. They socialized with the likes of writer Upton Sinclair and anarchist Emma Goldman. Sanger joined the Women's Committee of the New York Socialist Party and the Liberal Club. A supporter of the Industrial Workers of the World union, she participated in a number of strikes.

Sex Education Pioneer

Sanger started her campaign to educate women about sex in 1912 by writing a newspaper column called "What Every Girl Should Know." She also worked as a nurse on the Lower East Side, at the time a predominantly poor immigrant neighborhood. Through her work, Sanger treated a number of women who had undergone back-alley abortions or tried to self-terminate their pregnancies. Sanger objected to the unnecessary suffering endured by these women, and she fought to make birth control information and contraceptives available. She also began dreaming of a "magic pill" to be used to control pregnancy. "No woman can call herself free until she can choose consciously whether she will or will not be a mother," Sanger said.

In 1914, Sanger started a feminist publication called The Woman Rebel, which promoted a woman's right to have birth control. The monthly magazine landed her in trouble, as it was illegal to send out information on contraception through the mail. The Comstock Act of 1873 prohibited the trade in and circulation of "obscene and immoral materials." Championed by Anthony Comstock, the act included publications, devices, and medications related to contraception and abortion in its definition of obscene materials. It also made mailing and importing anything related to these topics a crime.

Rather than face a possible five-year jail sentence, Sanger fled to England. While there, she worked in the women's movement and researched other forms of birth control, including diaphragms, which she later smuggled back into the United States. She had separated from her husband by this time, and the two later divorced. Embracing the idea of free love, Sanger had affairs with psychologist Havelock Ellis and writer H. G. Wells.

Contraception Advocacy

Sanger returned to the United States in October 1915, after charges against her had been dropped. She began touring to promote birth control, a term that she coined. In 1916, she opened the first birth control clinic in the United States. Sanger and her staff, including her sister Ethel, were arrested during a raid of the Brooklyn clinic nine days after it opened. They were charged with providing information on contraception and fitting women for diaphragms. Sanger and her sister spent 30 days in jail for breaking the Comstock law. Later appealing her conviction, she scored a victory for the birth control movement. The court wouldn't overturn the earlier verdict, but it made an exception in the existing law to allow doctors to prescribe contraception to their female patients for medical reasons. Around this time, Sanger also published her first issue of The Birth Control Review


For all of her advocacy work, Sanger was not without controversy. She has been criticized for her association with eugenics, a branch of science that seeks to improve the human species through selective mating. As grandson Alexander Sanger, chair of the International Planned Parenthood Council, explained, "She believed that women wanted their children to be free of poverty and disease, that women were natural eugenicists, and that birth control, which could limit the number of children and improve their quality of life, was the panacea to accomplish this." Still Sanger held some views that were common at the time, but now seem abhorrent, including support of sterilization for the mentally ill and mentally impaired. Despite her controversial comments, Sanger focused her work on one basic principle: "Every child should be a wanted child."

Sanger stepped out of the spotlight for a time, choosing to live in Tucson, Arizona. Her retirement did not last long, however. She worked on the birth control issue in other countries in Europe and Asia, and she established the International Planned Parenthood Federation in 1952. Still seeking a "magic pill," Sanger recruited Gregory Pincus, a human reproduction expert, to work on the problem in the early 1950s. She found the necessary financial support for the project from Katharine McCormick, the International Harvester heiress. This research project would yield the first oral contraceptive, Enovid, which was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 1960

Sanger is a God to the libs, dems and globalists.
And yes , no doubt they operate doing such as that. Ive long suspected as much..
As the globalist aim is world population control-one of their main targets.. -Tyr