When I first set out to write this, my idea was to debunk the “Vaccines to cause sterilization” myth. Then I ran into evidence that medical science was busy working on it. OK… but maybe it’s just for that “yet another kind of personal choice birth control market”…
Then things took a left turn…
HCG Found in WHO Tetanus Vaccine in Kenya Raises Concern in the Developing World
John W. Oller1, Christopher A. Shaw2,3, Lucija Tomljenovic2,3, Stephen K. Karanja4, Wahome Ngare4, Felicia M. Clement5, Jamie Ryan Pillette5
1 Communicative Disorders, University of Louisiana, Lafayette, USA.
2 Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Graduate Program in Experimental Medicine, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
3 Neural Dynamics Research Group, Vancouver, Canada.
4 Kenya Catholic Doctors Association, Nairobi, Kenya.
5 University of Louisiana, Lafayette, USA.
In 1993, WHO announced a “birth-control vaccine” for “family planning”. Published research shows that by 1976 WHO researchers had conjugated tetanus toxoid (TT) with human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) producing a “birth-control” vaccine. Conjugating TT with hCG causes pregnancy hormones to be attacked by the immune system. Expected results are abortions in females already pregnant and/or infertility in recipients not yet impregnated. Repeated inoculations prolong infertility. Currently WHO researchers are working on more potent anti-fertility vaccines using recombinant DNA. WHO publications show a long-range purpose to reduce population growth in unstable “less developed countries”. By November 1993 Catholic publications appeared saying an abortifacient vaccine was being used as a tetanus prophylactic. In November 2014, the Catholic Church asserted that such a program was underway in Kenya. Three independent Nairobi accredited biochemistry laboratories tested samples from vials of the WHO tetanus vaccine being used in March 2014 and found hCG where none should be present. In October 2014, 6 additional vials were obtained by Catholic doctors and were tested in 6 accredited laboratories. Again, hCG was found in half the samples. Subsequently, Nairobi’s AgriQ Quest laboratory, in two sets of analyses, again found hCG in the same vaccine vials that tested positive earlier but found no hCG in 52 samples alleged by the WHO to be vials of the vaccine used in the Kenya campaign 40 with the same identifying batch numbers as the vials that tested positive for hCG. Given that hCG was found in at least half the WHO vaccine samples known by the doctors involved in administering the vaccines to have been used in Kenya, our opinion is that the Kenya “anti-tetanus” campaign was reasonably called into question by the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association as a front for population growth reduction.
Gee, sure looks like a clandestine effort at involuntary birth control.
Contemporaneous with the WHO’s initiation of research to develop anti- fertility vaccines, under the leadership of Henry Kissinger a classified report was being compiled on the basis of population growth studies predating it by several decades. The Kissinger Report, also known as the US National Security Study Memorandum 200, explained the geo-political and economic reasons for reducing population growth, especially in “less developed countries” (LDCs), to near zero. That report became official US policy under President Gerald Ford in 1975 and explicitly dealt with “effective family planning programs” for the purpose of “reducing fertility” in order to protect the interests of the industrialized nations, especially the US, in imported mineral resources (see p. 50 in   ). Although the whole plan was initially withheld from the public, it was declassified in stages between 1980 and 1989. In the meantime, while that document was on its way to becoming official “policy”, the WHO research program developing “birth-control” vaccines was initiated about 1972 and presented publicly in 1976, just one year after the Kissinger Report was adopted as official policy.
Looks like “All the right people” are involved…
The Kissinger Report also blamed population growth for pollution far in advance of the 2009 issue of the WHO Bulletin, where Bryant et al. predicted a “significant increase of greenhouse gas emissions” (p. 852). That WHO publication estimated a rise in global population from around 6.8 billion people in 2009 to 9.2 billion by 2050. Extending that WHO argument, Bill Gates in 2010 expressed the hope that vaccines along with “family planning” could bring population growth to nearer to zero. Whereas Bryant et al. described anti-fertility measures as “voluntary family planning services”, they acknowledged that such WHO “services” had been reported as deceiving the persons “served” (pp. 852-853, 855) with “sterilization procedures being applied without full consent of the patient” [our italics] (p. 852). Similarly, a 1992 study entitled Fertility Regulating Vaccines published by the UN and WHO Program of Research Training in Human Reproduction, reported “cases of abuse in family planning programs” dating from the 1970s including:incentives [our italics]∙∙∙ [Such as] women being sterilized without their knowledge∙∙∙ being enrolled in trials of oral contraceptives or injectables without∙∙∙ consent∙∙∙ [and] not [being] informed of possible side-effects of∙∙∙ the intrauterine device (IUD). (p. 13 in  )
And all the right “safeguards and morals” removed.
Seems like a pattern to me. So what would be an ideal time to do a global jab? How about when everyone is getting the Bum’s Rush into a vaccine globally in just a few months (so not enough time to notice any sterility issues…)
Then, they were still “at it” recently:
2) Examining the published scientific researchA search on the Web of Science (and PubMed) for “tetanus toxoid AND beta hCG” led to publications by WHO researchers spearheaded by G. P. Talwar  –  . After his first report appeared in 1976 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the number of citations of the stream of publications emanating from that WHO research program would begin to grow exponentially. By August 5, 2016, the Web of Science database already pointed to 150 research publications citing the 1976 report while subsequent papers have now been cited many thousands of times. Figure 1 shows citations through 2015 of just one of the follow up papers by Talwar et al., this one from 1994 titled, “A vaccine that prevents pregnancy in women”. It also appeared in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and by January 9, 2016, according to the Web of Science, had already been cited 2538 times. We focus attention next on findings from a forensic journalism methodology laying out the chronology connecting the WHO anti-fertility research agenda to the 2013-2015 vaccination campaign in Kenya.
Which campaign used multiple injections over time, as needed for the sterility vaccine, but not in accord with the normal for Tetanus.
I’d also speculate you don’t do all that work and go to all that effort and then just not do anything with it. And what better “double blind” study than having everyone not know you were doing it at all?
while the WHO was being conceptualized and becoming the first world-wide subordinate agency under the auspices of the UN, “Planned Parenthood”, headed up by Bill Gates’s father, was promoting the idea that population growth, unless halted or reduced by governmental intervention, would inevitably lead to world-wide famine, disease, the destabilization of governments, and at least one more world war.In 1961, the US Agency for International Development (USAID) joined with the UN and the WHO in population studies culminating in The Kissinger Report first promulgated as an official classified document to government officials in 1974. In the meantime, moving to the second row in Figure 2, WHO researchers led by Talwar were linking TT to βhCG and testing the first WHO contraceptive vaccine on humans. Then, the years 1993, 1994, and 1995, were marked by news reports of WHO anti-fertility vaccination campaigns in LDCs-specifically, Mexico, Nicaragua and the Philippines      , along with a forestalled campaign in Kenya in 1995  ?all of which were represented to the public in those countries, and to the vaccinated females of child-bearing age, as part of the WHO campaign to “eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus”
Sure sounds like “government intervention” to me.
Now the big question I’d have, “Is there any indication of reduced births in those counties in those times?”
Has a rather hard to read graph, but there IS a big percentage drop in about the 80s to 90s. Cause? Hard to say.
Was that dip due to war, famine, folks just fighting with their spouses, something the UN did… I don’t know what was happening there, then. All I can say is it looks a bit suspicious.
during pregnancy and the second dose at least 4 weeks later” (  , p. 200). But contrary to all of the published research on TT inoculations, the WHO Kenya campaign spaced 5 doses of “TT” vaccine at 6 month intervals contravening, as illustrated in Figure 3, the repeatedly published schedule for TT. However, the Kenya schedule was identical to the one published for the WHO birth-control conjugate of TT linked to βhCG      . The official schedule of TT doses and the intervals between them in Table 1 were published in The Lancet in 2007 for girls and women of child-bearing age and for neonates (  , p. 1951) and was unchanged from the WHO schedule published in 1993 in the document titled, The Immunological Basis for Immunization Series, Module 3: Tetanus, and as copied in the top half of Figure 3  .
If it walks like a Duck and talks like a Duck…
Interestingly, the dosing schedule for the “tetanus” campaign in Kenya 2013-2015 was exactly the one set for the WHO birth-control conjugate containing TT/βhCG    .
And, of course, anyone who did turn up with a claim of infertility, it could just be blamed on the Chinese Wuhan Covid Virus and they could claim you must have had it prior to the vaccination and were an asymptomatic case.
Moreover, the fact that no males, only females of child-bearing age, were vaccinated in the WHO Kenya campaign seems to imply that tetanospasmin produced by Clostridium tetani cannot infect post-birth males of any age, or females outside the targeted range of 12 to 49 years. The defense that the WHO intended only to target “maternal and neonatal tetanus” seems odd in view of the fact that males are about as likely as females to be exposed to the bacterium which is found in the soil everywhere there are animals. The notion that males, and females outside the child-bearing age range, are less susceptible to cuts, scrapes, and other injuries that might introduce a tetanus bacterium is not credible.
OTOH, if you are out to eliminate “maternal and neonatal tetanus” inducing sterility will get you there…
There’s more but I’ve quoted too much all ready.
What’s clear is they have intent, they have a research program, they are funding it more with more papers published recently, the funders have no problem with “Government intervention” and lack of consent.
What’s murky but sure looks like it is that they did something “not quite right” in those “tetanus” trials and that tetanus is exactly the agent in the combined infertility vaccination.
What’s entirely speculative is that they might want to “slip a Micky” into the Chinese Wuhan Covid vaccines clandestinely. Well, no, we know they “want to”, I guess really the speculative bit is “will they?”.
At the October 2014 round of WHO vaccinations (dose 3 for participating women shown as event 15 in Figure 2), the KCDA obtained six additional vials of the WHO “tetanus” vaccine and apportioned carefully drawn samples (aliquots) for distribution to 5 different laboratories for ELISA testing with results as shown in Table 3. All but one of the tests showed the presence of βhCG in 3 the 6 samples tested (KA, KB, and KC). Even the PathCare Laboratory, which used less sensitive ELISA kits, ones capable only of measuring international units per liter, IU/L, rather than the more sensitive ELISA kits measuring thousandths of an international unit per milliliter, mIU/ml, found quantities of βhCG in two of the samples (KB and KC) that were well above the expected zero.
My conclusion is that it’s a Very Bad Idea to trust the UN to inject you with stuff.
Probably not much better to let your National Government do it.
I’d also be reluctant to take a vaccine that was being rushed out for a global mass shooting up party. It’s too good a cover story for the crowd that wants to use deception to get it done. Wait until folks have done some (many…) random lab tests.
Furthermore, given that “women of child bearing age” have very very low risks of bad outcomes from getting the disease, why vaccinate anyway?
Then, finally, if all that isn’t enough, I’d suggest getting a Covid test first, and if it is positive, just say “I’ve had it, don’t need the jab”.
I’m just not seeing the need for a massive global vaccination campaign.
I’d suggest being very watchful for any Covid vaccine that takes multiple rounds, spaced out, or where a different batch is used for men and women.
I’d also love to see a bunch of random vials run through an ELISA round every few weeks. Simply because their is cause to suspect, and “trust but verify” comes to mind. Especially any MDs specializing in fertility and obstetrics might want to do a little side work looking at what’s in the vaccines.