Originally published July 11 2015
Do America's Kiwanis Clubs support forced sterilization of young black women in Africa?
by Jonathan Benson, staff writer
(NaturalNews) Another manufactured crisis has sparked a major vaccination push in the Third World that some surmise has eugenics written all over it. In partnership with UNICEF, Kiwanis International, which has chapters all across America, is helping to fund the so-called "Eliminate Project" to end maternal and neonatal tetanus, which the Vatican's Catholic News Service has warned is likely a covert sterilization agenda in disguise.
The vaccines being administered throughout countries such as Mexico, Nicaragua, and the Philippines have previously been exposed for being laced with contaminants that cause expectant mothers to have miscarriages or become sterile. In fact, tests conducted on vaccines administered as part of the program were found to have been laced with beta human chorionic gonadotropin, or beta hCG, leading a number of bishops to call for an immediate end to the vaccination drive.
While hCG is a hormone naturally produced by a woman's body after conception to enable an embryo to be implanted into her womb, it has a much different effect when it is injected. When a woman's body is injected with hCG artificially, it acts as an antigen, stimulating the production of antibodies to hCG. The result is that the woman's body rejects all future embryos, rendering her sterile.
Catholic bishops in Kenya, one of the countries being targeted by the UNICEF program, say these tainted vaccines are a major human rights violation. They're demanding that their government issue an apology and cease the campaign immediately, warning that "no further vaccination campaign should be undertaken in this country without an all-inclusive sampling and testing exercise done before, during and after the vaccination campaign."
Trust in foreign agencies erodes as Third World nations awaken to vaccination scam These same bishops are also urging the Kenyan Ministry of Health to stop trusting foreign organizations like Kiwanis, UNICEF, and the World Health Organization, which they say are specifically targeting women between the ages of 14 and 49. The goal of the vaccination program isn't to end tetanus, they warn, but to induce widespread sterility.
"When sterility is induced in any woman, without her knowledge and/or consent, it amounts to a monumental human rights abuse," reads a February 13 statement signed by Bishop Paul Kariuki Njiru of Embu, the head of the Catholic Commission of Kenya. "This is the highest violation of the sovereignty of any country, as it is a direct attack on the survival of a people and therefore, national security."
International vaccination programs are insidious depopulation efforts VaccineFactCheck reports that tests conducted on a batch of vaccine vials purchased specifically for Kenyan women in the 14-49 age group found beta hCG in about 30 percent of them. This is unacceptable, especially at hospitals run by the Catholic Church that are staunchly opposed to birth control, because it amounts to forced sterilization without consent.
With all this in mind, Kenyan church leaders have concluded that the Kiwanis-UNICEF "Eliminate Project" is more about eliminating Kenyan women, and thus the Kenyan population as a whole, than it is about eliminating tetanus. They say they have the scientific test results to prove it.
"Catholic bishops in Kenya have been opposed to the nationwide Tetanus Vaccination Campaign targeting 2.3 million Kenyan women and girls of reproductive age between 15-49 years, terming the campaign a secret government plan to sterilize women and control population growth," reported Vatican Radio back in March.
While government authorities are still largely endorsing the vaccine program, the church is warning parishioners to reject it for the protection of their "sheep."
"The shepherd must know the smell of his sheep," stated the Bishop Emeritus of Kakamega Diocese Philip Sulumeti during a recent ordination ceremony for his successor.
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