It’s Back: HCG in the Tetanus Vaccines Combating Fertility in Kenya

Those population controllers are always trying to tell Brown people how many babies they can have, and it looks as though an old, sneaky method of stopping pregnancy is making another round.

Popping up in Kenya this time, is the old HCG in the tetanus vaccine trick.  It has all the markers of previous suspected lacings of tetanus vaccines, given to pregnant women in Mexico in 1993, and the Philippines in 1994.  In the latter case, HCG was actually found in vaccine samples, and antibodies to HCG were demonstrated in women who had received the vaccine.  The antibodies to HCG bind to the natural hormone found in a woman’s body when she gets pregnant, and inhibit further support of the pregnancy.  A miscarriage (spontaneous abortion) ensues.

The Catholic Bishops of Kenya, getting no cooperation from the government, obtained six samples of tetanus vaccine and had them tested at labs in Kenya and in South Africa.  All six of them showed the presence of HCG.  The Kenyan government persisted in denying that there could be any HCG in tetanus vaccines provided under the auspices of the World Health Organization and UNICEF.  A press release from the Catholic Bishops of Kenya details the story, and two other articles are hosted by COGforlife.org, HERE.

Such misuse of vaccines is bound to increase mistrust by the public, and lead to the failure of legitimate programs for the prevention of disease  in the future.

 

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