With the massive efforts lead by Bill Gates’ GAVI and the World Health Organization to have the entire globe vaccinated, many skeptics have questioned the veracity of their purpose and efficacy. Some claim that they are microchipping people through the vaccines while others insist they are part of a sinister global depopulation effort. Considering the history of WHO vaccines and Gates’ desire to depopulate the planet, the latter seems most likely.
Before you start thinking I’m a conspiracy theorist who believes the vaccines are made to kill us, you may be surprised to learn that vaccines pushed on developing countries like Kenya, India, and others have had millions of girls and women of childbearing age become infertile due to hCG being present in their tetanus vaccines since the early 1990s. This should be rather alarming.
In 2009, and Indian study on potential birth control vaccines stated, “A number of birth control vaccines are at different stages of development, the most advanced being a vaccine inducing antibodies against human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG). This vaccine consists of a heterospecies dimer (HSD, βhCG associated with α-subunit of ovine luteinizing hormone, βhCG: αoLH) linked to tetanus toxoid (TT) or diphtheria toxoid (DT) as carriers.”
Opposition leader in Kenya, Raila Odinga, made an announcement to the world in 2015 claiming the tetanus vaccines pushed on Kenyan girls and women of childbearing age that were found to contain hCG.
“Today, we can confirm to the country that the Catholic Church was right. Hundreds of thousands of our girls and women, aged between 14 and 49, from the fastest growing populations in the country will not have children, because of the state-sponsored sterilization that was sold to the country as tetanus vaccination,” Odinga declared.
Odinga further accused that they accessed the analysis from four highly-regarded institutions, such as agriQ Quest Ltd, the Nairobi Hospital Laboratories, the University of Nairobi, and Lancet Kenya.
“These results all indicate that the Tetanus Toxoid Vaccine had high contents of beta-human chorionic gonadotropin hormone (hCG) that causes sterility in women,” Odinga declared.
“The Church’s position was informed by what had happened in Mexico, Nicaragua, and the Philippines, where the various governments together with WHO/UNICEF had conducted similar campaigns using tetanus toxoid impregnated with beta-human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) that causes permanent infertility among girls and women,” Odinga continued.
The Catholic Bishops of Kenya released a statement (full statement pictured below) that among other things, claimed, “We want to announce here, that all the tests showed that the vaccine used in Kenya in March and October 2014 was indeed laced with the Beta- HCG hormone.”
According to a study in Scientific Research jointly performed by experts in the US, Kenya, and Canada, “the recommended procedure would be to administer just one dose (a tetanus “booster”) not to be repeated for up to 10 years. However, as shown inside the red border in roughly the bottom half of the WHO Kenya campaign involved 5 doses of vaccine administered at approximately 6 month intervals over less than a 3 year period.”
Why on earth would the timing of inoculation be performed contrary to the recommended administration?
The study goes on to point out an important oddity about the vaccine distribution, “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.”
In 1992, the World Health Organization’s Special Programme of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction produced a report with the description reading it was, “a meeting between women’s health advocates and scientists to review the current status of the development of fertility regulating vaccines.”
Later in 1994, it was unearthed the World Health Organization gave many girls and women in developing countries, aged between 15 and 45, a tetanus vaccine containing the hCG hormone when an organization known as the Comité Pro Vida de Mexico became suspicious of the protocols surrounding the vaccines and obtained several vials for testing. It was discovered that some of the vials contained hCG. This is the exact same hormone that the WHO, the UNDP, the UNFPA, and the World Bank were discussing just two years earlier, and the same one used ten years later in Kenya.
Whether or not you conclude that these massive infertility epidemics were nefarious, there is no way around the fact that there have been tetanus combined with hCG in vaccines that have caused infertility that were researched and developed for that specific purpose and subsequently administered to girls and women in multiple countries over the last 30 years.
Interestingly, most articles regarding this situation, other than “fact-checkers” claiming it is a hoax, have been scrubbed from the internet. Those that are no longer available are linked through archives of the websites.