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Bill Gates comes under fire for criminally negligient vaccine experiments on poor Indian children

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(NaturalNews) Billionaire Microsoft founder Bill Gates has been held up by many as a humanitarian extraordinaire, and his Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has spent hundreds of millions on philanthropic endeavors. But not all of what Gates has done or tried to do has been beneficial to Mankind. In fact, some of it has been extremely harmful.

In fact, Gates is currently facing a lawsuit in India for illegally testing vaccines on tribal children, reports Health Impact News and VacTruth.com. The news sites report that the Gates Foundation is being investigated by the Supreme Courts of India. In particular, Health Impact News reported:

While fraud and corruption are revealed on almost a daily basis now in the vaccine industry, the U.S. mainstream media continues to largely ignore such stories. Outside the U.S., however, the vaccine empires are beginning to crumble, and English versions of the news in mainstream media outlets are available via the Internet.

One such country is India, where the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and their vaccine empire are under fire, including a pending lawsuit currently being investigated by the India Supreme Court.

'At least seven girls died'

The Economic Times of India further reported that, beginning in 2009, a number of schools for tribal children in Khammam District in Telagana, which was, at the time, part of an undivided Andhra Pradesh, were used in observation studies for a cervical cancer vaccine administered to thousands of girls aged 9 to 15.

The girls were given three rounds of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine throughout the year under the direction and supervision of state health department officials. Gardasil, which is manufactured by Merck, was the administered vaccine; it was given to some 16,000 girls in the trials.

The Economic Times of India continued:

Months later, many girls started falling ill and by 2010 five of them died. Two more deaths were reported from Vadodara, Gujarat, where an estimated 14,000 children studying in schools meant for tribal children were also vaccinated with another brand of HPV vaccine, Cervarix, manufactured by GSK.

At least seven of the girls died. In the end, though, a report that the Times claimed was funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation essentially blamed the deaths on factors other than the vaccines.

However, the Times also noted that Indian authorities have begun to look into the foundation, and have found a number of conflicts of interest.

Reputation for harmful medical research

Specfically, that the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and GAVI (Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization) are tied to Big Pharma

The main charge against GAVI is that it has representatives from pharmaceutical companies on its board while the PHFI accepts grants from pharma companies. "BMGF and GAVI are pushing the [vaccine] agenda with governments around the world, including India," says Ritu Priya Mehrotra, professor of Social Medicine and Community Health and School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. The community health activist says the biotechnology industry was pushing more and more vaccines into India and that the health ministry was not ensuring that adequate testing was done before recommending their use in government programmes.

This is not the first time the Gates Foundation has been implicated in harmful or ethically questionable medical trials. As early as 2010, Natural News editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, was reporting on the foundation's operations, noting that the billionaire couple was "gaining a reputation for funding technologies designed to roll out mass sterilization and vaccination programs around the world."

"One of the programs recently funded by the foundation is a sterilization program that would use sharp blasts of ultrasound directed against a man's scrotum to render him infertile for six months," Adams wrote. "It might accurately be called a 'temporary castration' technology.

See Adams' full report here.







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