First the good news:
WHO says millions of doses of experimental Ebola vaccines will be ready for use next year…but admits it’s unknown if they will be effective
Millions of doses of experimental Ebola vaccines will be produced by 2015
Vaccines could be offered to workers in Africa as soon as December 2014
WHO warned vaccines would not be a ‘magic bullet’ for ending the outbreak
There is currently no proven cure or vaccine against the deadly virus
Five more experimental vaccines will start being tested in March
Then, H/T Jan Johnson, the not-so-good news from Kenya:
Kenyan Catholics Say They Have Evidence Of World Health Organization’s Population Control Scheme
The Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops claims that vials of a tetanus vaccine being used in a program administered by the World Health Organization and UNICEF contain a chemical hormone that causes miscarriages and other infertility issues.
Kenya Catholic Doctors Association found HCG in vaccine:
With great difficulty, the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association managed to access the tetanus vaccine used during the WHO immunization campaign in March 2014 and subjected them to testing. The unfortunate truth is that the vaccine was 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.
Seems it’s not the first time contaminated vaccine has been found:
The following year, the Global Vaccine Institute issued a bitter statement about tetanus vaccines carrying hCG hormones in the Philippines. Both WHO and the government denied these accusations.
They were confronted with independent lab results, which detected its presence in three of the four vials of tetanus toxoid.
WHO argued that there was an “insignificant” quantity of the hCG present and it accepted that a few vaccines may have been contaminated with hCG during the production process.
Doctors claimed that hCG was not a component nor was it used in the production of any vaccine, let alone tetanus.
Since hCG is natural to the body, the body would in normal circumstances not develop antibodies against it, however, if a part of the hormone is attached to the tetanus vaccine, the body develops antibodies against both the tetanus and the hCG.
The accusations were serious. Doctors claimed that WHO, or some people within WHO, had conducted massive sterilisation in Mexico in 1993, and in Nicaragua and Philippines in 1994, using tetanus as an excuse. The campaign targeted girls and women aged 14–49 years and each received a total of 5 injections, without informed consent.
The level of deception and disregard for human dignity on the part of WHO & UNICEF is chilling. Here’s yet another case of a powerful entities deciding that they know what’s best for an individual without even consulting her.
These actions shake any trust in genuine health care. After all, this is a tetanus shot laced with Beta-HCG hormone to cause infertility and miscarriages. The shot that’s supposed to protect a woman from a serious infection, let’s say, from a rusty nail or some other puncture wound, is now robbing her of her ability and decision to have children.
Chris Oakley in the Free Society on other WHO extremism:
The fact that the WHO was staging a secretive convention on tobacco control at a critical point in the Ebola epidemic is a powerful illustration of the gulf between the lofty principles on which the organisation was founded and the twisted politicised ideology that now drives it.
I’m just reporting what other people are saying, and it may remain for further independent tests to be carried out on the WHO tetanus vaccines. But putting two and two together, I get the very strong feeling that if the new Ebola vaccines being rushed out next year by the WHO won’t actually prevent Ebola, they will most likely be excellent at preventing conception.