As Americans are still taking their kids to their well-child appointments and school sports physicals shooting them up with poisons, I thought it would be a good time to talk about what happened in Kenya.
A state-sponsored forced sterilization on a massive scale has allegedly taken place in Africa according to opposition leaders and the public who are railing against the government. An industrial pharmaceutical laboratory has since had its license suspended by the Kenya Accreditation Service as a result of the controversy. Kenya’s opposition leader, Raila Odinga, claimed that at least 500,000 young girls and women may be infertile, following a tetanus vaccine administered by the government in 2014 and 2015.
This story first broke several years ago thanks to the work by research journalist, Christina England, who was contacted by the Catholic Health Commissions in Kenya where she was told by a Dr. Ngare that they suspected the tetanus vaccine was causing infertility. After lots of denial by the vaccine manufacturers, it has now been proven that the vaccine in question did indeed contain the hormone HCG. Dr. Ngare and his team had 6 tetanus vaccines sent to the laboratory and they were found to all contain an HCG antigen.
What is sinister about this issue is that this particular vaccine was only given to females between the ages of 14 – 49. The ideal age range for getting pregnant.
Dr. Ngare and some of his co-workers were brought in front of Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentist Board and had to face scrutiny about their claims with possible removal of license to practice as a doctor. They defended themselves with scientific findings (see proof here) and the board was apparently ‘shocked’ at what they heard.
Also in Kenya, another vaccine, this time for polio, was found to have sterilization agents in it as well. It was meant to be given to children under the age of 5. Two of the six polio vaccines that were sent to the lab for testing, contained estradiol, a female sex hormone, and giving estradiol to men, can make them infertile.
“The Kenyan Catholic Doctors Association have proven through independent testing that both the polio vaccine and the tetanus vaccine currently being used in Kenya contain anti-fertility hormones, rendering many of their citizens infertile.
Having read their reports myself, I question whether or not the same vaccines being used on our children also contain anti-fertility hormones. To my knowledge, these vaccines have not been tested in either the UK or the US to determine whether or not they are contaminated. I believe that they should be analyzed because, according to my research, infertility rates have never been so high as they are today.”
-Christina England, Journalist
In Pakistan, three young children died a day after receiving a measles vaccine which was found to be expired. The health care worker who fled after authorities were notified, has since been arrested and is currently in police custody. The parents did not consent for this vaccine to be given to their children. Seven other children whom this lady vaccinated are now in critical care.
Just recently, the MMR vaccine in Somoawas pulled after two babies died almost immediately after being vaccinated. Yet they are still pushing that same vaccine here in the U.S. as “safe and effective.”
If this kind of tragedy happened in the United States or the United Kingdom (if these stories could even make it to the news), would a child’s death after vaccination prompt a similar scrutiny?
According to the Director General of Health in Samoa, Dr Take Naseri, all vials of the vaccine have been seized and the nationwide vaccination program has been suspended during this investigation.
“Marietta Tuisuesue’s one-year-old daughter died on Friday after visiting a hospital on the island of Savai’i to get the injection. On the same day, a one-year-old boy died after also getting an MMR shot.”
“Her body was turning black, so I ran back up to the doctor. She was still breathing at the time. We went into the consultation room and I came out while they worked on her. Not long after that, they came out and told me that my daughter had passed away.” (link)