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" Kenya’s Catholic bishops are charging two United Nations organizations with sterilizing millions of girls and women under cover of an anti-tetanus inoculation program sponsored by the Kenyan government."
The Health Ministry, which is conducting the five-injection, two-year vaccination project on female Kenyans aged 14-49, and the vaccine’s supplier, the World Health Organization, deny the claims of the Church, which has called all along for an independent inquiry.
Robert Pukose, the government MP who is vice-chairman of the National Assembly’s health committee, explained, “We are at loss about who to believe since both sides have tabled conflicting results. That is why we need new tests conducted jointly for us to give final and conclusive results,” according to the Nairobi Standard.
The inquiry will consist of submitting vaccine samples to a committee of Catholic, government, and independent medical experts. What they will be looking for are traces of HCG, a female hormone produced during pregnancy, which if injected along with traces of tetanus, will produce antibodies. And just as these antibodies will react to a real tetanus infection, so will they react to a pregnancy, causing a miscarriage.
Fifty six samples jointly sourced by the government and the Catholic Church show that the controversial tetanus vaccine is safe.
Speaking while releasing the preliminary results from one of the two accredited laboratories selected by the joint committee of experts on the tetanus vaccine, co-chairman Fredric Were said 56 of the 59 vials were found to be negative.
Kenya: tests show no sterilization agent in tetanus vaccine
New tests of a controversial vaccine in Kenya have shown that it does not cause sterilization of woman.
Last year the Catholic bishops of Kenya denounced a government-backed vaccination campaign, saying that samples of the vaccine had been found to include a chemical that could render women permanently infertile without their knowledge.
The bishops charged that the vaccinations, announced in a campaign against tetanus, were actually a birth-control effort. After the Kenyan government denied the complaint, the bishops agreed with public-health officials to arrange new tests under joint supervision.
The first results of those tests show no signs of sterilizing agents. Further results are expected soon
I actually find it hilarious that Catholics are always bashed but they are credible when it's convenient.
And like the poster above said: birth rate in Kenya is still as high as in 2000, so I guess the 'sterilization program' wasn't successful. LINK
originally posted by: Isurrender73
In the US tetanus is a one time shot, but the Kenya's were receiving multiple shots. That alone is troubling to me, but I don't want to speculate without test results.
Tetanus: spread through contamination of cuts, burns and wounds with tetanus spores. Spores are found in soil worldwide. A total of 5 doses of tetanus vaccine are recommended for life in the UK. Boosters are usually recommended in a country or situation where the correct treatment of an injury may not be readily available.
From the NHS Scotland: LINK
originally posted by: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
Well maybe they are same people behind chem-trails and they are just simply incompetent