WHO vaccinations

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Hillsborough, Co. Down, N. Ireland
May 25

The World Health Organisation (WHO) ran an anti-tetanus, vaccination campaign in Kenya back in 2014 and the vaccines were found to contain Beta-HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) – a hormone which causes infertility. The program specifically targeted females of reproductive age – 14 to 49 – and excluded boys and men. It was planned to be given in five doses every six months even though an ordinary tetanus shot is meant to last ten years.

So they weren’t even being subtle about it! None of the girls and women given the vaccination were informed of its contraceptive effect. Similar vaccination campaigns were active in Mexico, Nicaragua, and the Philippines at around about the same time – also run by the WHO. So before we run out to the nearest health clinic demanding the coronavirus vaccine, we must understand we’re placing trust in a UN agency which has previously been found to be professionally dishonest as it was passing off a population control mass sterilisation exercise as an anti-tetanus vaccination campaign.

Louis Shawcross

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