Science has provided a means of categorizing and victimizing those in society deemed unworthy of continued existence. Its influence in academic and political circles has created a pervasive social bigotry that rewards extermination over reform. The failure to embrace the racial and cultural diversity of ANY country has left a wake of destruction and oppression in minority populations all over the globe.
ALL NATIONS HAVE ENGAGED IN SOME FORM OF CONCEALED STERILIZATION, EITHER IN THE DISTANT PAST OR AS RECENTLY AS TODAY.
SUCH A THING IS ONGOING AND THERE SEEMS NO LET-UP.
WE MAY TELL OURSELVES THAT THE DAYS OF WOMEN BEING CONSIDERED CHATTEL ARE OVER, BUT THE DATA SAYS OTHERWISE.
RELIGIOUS BELIEFS DICTATE BIRTH CONTROL TO THE MAJORITY OF THE WORLD'S CHILD-BEARING FEMALES.
OFTEN, WOMEN HAVE NO SAY-SO AS TO WHETHER OR NOT THEY WILL GAVE CHILDREN.
THEY ALSO HAVE NO SAY-SO WHEN IT COMES TO SECRETIVE STERILIZATION, WHETHER ORDERED BY A HUSBAND, OR DONE UNDER THE GUISE OF THE W.H.O./UNICEF/BILL GATES ORGANIZATIONS, THE 3 GREATEST PROPONENTS OF EUGENICS AND POPULATION REDUCTION THAT EXIST TODAY.
IS THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION SECRETLY STERILIZING AFRICAN WOMEN ...AGAIN?
A concerning new report from the head cardinal of the Catholic Church in Kenya alleges that a WHO/UNICEF sponsored tetanus vaccination campaign may conceal an agenda of forced contraception for over 2 million Kenyan women.
From Nyeri, in the Central Highlands of Kenya, Cardinal John Njue has said that there was “something fishy about [the vaccines].”
He asked: “What is the rationale of a tetanus vaccine for women only?” and said he would be confronting the Government on the matter, the Daily Nation newspaper reported on Monday.
The initiative was announced last April, and sees free vaccinations given ONLY to women aged between 13 and 49 years old.
The vaccination campaign began in September of last year, is in the second of a planned three phases, and now covers 60 districts in that country. The final round is slated to begin in September of this year.
The main questions the Church raised for discussion were:
1 - Is there a tetanus crisis on women of child-bearing age in Kenya? If this is so, why has it not been declared?
2- Why does the campaign target women of 14 - 49 years?
3- Why has the campaign left out young girls, boys and men even if they are all prone to tetanus?
4- In the midst of so many life-threatening diseases in Kenya, why has tetanus been prioritized?
"Information in the public domain indicates that Tetanus Toxoid vaccine (TT) laced with Beta human chorionic gonadotropin (b-HCG) sub unit has been used in Philippines, Nicaragua and Mexico to vaccinate women against future pregnancy. Beta HCG sub unit is a hormone necessary for pregnancy".
The Church's concerns are not without legitimate basis in vaccine fact and history, with previous suspicions being raised over tetanus immunization campaigns in the underdeveloped world concealing a forced 'family planning' agenda.
Not only has a birth control vaccine been known to exist for over twenty years using tetanus toxoid as a carrier, but it was heralded in the mid-90's as "A new family planning tool to slow population growth."
The development of a tetanus-based contraceptive vaccine began in 1975 by Dr. Gursaran Talwar, Director of India's National Institute of Immunology, and after $4.5 million of funding and 17 years later a working vaccine was created, whose mechanism of action has been described as follows:
"The vaccine works by "convincing" a woman's body that a11 is unchanged when, in fact, an egg has been fertilized. After conception occurs, a woman produces a hormone called human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG) that helps to prepare the uterus for pregnancy. The prototype vaccine, made from hCG coupled to a biochemical carrier, neutralizes hCG by stimulating antibodies against the hormone. Without hCG the embryo can't anchor in the uterus, making pregnancy impossible. The biochemical carrier makes the hCG immunologically visible to women's immune system." [http://idl-bnc.idrc.ca/dspace/bitstream/10625/23163/1/109028.pdf]
Additionally, in 1995, a report published in Vaccine Weekly described the case of a priest, president of Human Life International based in Maryland, who petitioned Congress to investigate reports of women in developing countries, such as Mexico, the Philippines and in Nicaragua, receiving contraceptive tetanus vaccines laced with chorionic gonadotropin (b-HCG). The report stated that the anti-fertility vaccine was developed by the World Health Organization (WHO), and other organizations including "UN Population Fund, the UN Development Programme, the World Bank, the Population Council, the Rockefeller Foundation, the US National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, and Uppsala, Helsinki, and Ohio State universities."
While sparse safety research has been published on tetanus toxoid vaccines effectiveness and safety, especially when administered to pregnant women, the tetanus vaccine, when administered through the multi-antigen DTwP, which contains diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis antigens together, has been linked to a wide range of adverse health effects.
At the very least, given the established dangers and ongoing controversy associated with vaccinating pregnant women, and the well-know abortive properties associated with vaccines, especially in veterinary vaccines, a red flag of caution should be raised and critical inquiry as to what the real risks and benefits of this campaign in Kenyan women of child-bearing age really are.
AN ENLIGHTENING ARTICLE ON FORCED STERILIZATION HERE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compulsory_sterilization
Human population control is the practice of artificially altering the rate of growth of a human population. Historically, human population control has been implemented by limiting the population's birth rate, usually by government mandate, and has been undertaken as a response to factors including high or increasing levels of poverty, environmental concerns, religious reasons, and overpopulation.
The United States was the first country to concertedly undertake compulsory sterilization programs for the purpose of eugenics.
The 27 states where sterilization laws remained on the books in 1956 were: Arizona, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin.
The North Carolina sterilization program especially targeted women, young girls, and blacks.
Regarding Informed Consent and Sterilization Dr. Louis Hellman, the
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Population Affairs in the Public Health
Service, presented statistics confirming that 150,000 low income people
were sterilized in the United States by means of federal grant money.
In 1970, George Bush Sr.'s administration started and ran a program that sterilized Native American women without their knowledge and against their will.
George Herbert Walker Bush, started his public career as a strong supporter of family planning and acted on those beliefs as a congressman. He was the chief Republican author of the Family Planning Act of 1970, considered a keystone of congressional support for population control. Of his role in the legislation, Bush wrote, “We took the lead in Congress in providing money and urging–in fact, even requiring–that in the United States, family planning services be available for every woman.”
The sterilization of minors is another problem which GAO investigators could have looked into, but did not pursue. There are special consent forms for cases where women under 21 are to be sterilized, but IHS did not use such forms. Thirty six women under 21 were sterilized without proper consent between 1973-76 (Akwesasne, 1977: 4).
There is justification of the cries of GENOCIDE when it comes to forced sterilizations.
From the United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide emerged a list of acts that constitute genocide. Article II states:
In the present Convention, genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, such as...imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group... (Whalen, 1989: 169).
It is interesting to point out that these measures were adopted by the United Nations Center for Human Rights in 1948, but were not adopted by the United States until 1988.
From an anthropological perspective, Steve Polgar comments on population policies, international and national:
...it helps those who want to reduce foreign aid, since exporting propaganda techniques for 'zero population growth' or consulting on how to 'weaken' the family is much cheaper than providing significant development assistance or establishing fairer prices for imported products (Polgar, 1972: 208).
One of the people who initiated the government investigation into the Indian Health Service's sterilization policy was Dr. Connie Uri, a Choctaw Indian Physician working at the Claremore, Oklahoma Indian Health Service facility.
Dr. Uri noticed in the hospital records that a large number of sterilization surgeries had been performed. This prompted her to conduct her own interviews with the women involved and she found that many had received the operation only a day or two after childbirth.
The hospital records showed that both tubal ligation and hysterectomies were used in sterilization. Dr. Uri commented that "in normal medical practice, hysterectomies are rare in women of child bearing age unless there is cancer or other medical problems".
In one study conducted on the Navajo Reservation and sponsored by the Public Health Service, researchers reported: From 1972 to 1978 we observe a 130% increase in the number of induced abortions performed. During this time the ratio of abortions per 1,000 deliveries has increased from approximately 34 to 77 (an increase of 126%).
The statistics concerning Navajo sterilization were also addressed by a Public Health Service sponsored study, which found that "between 1972 and 1978, the percentage of interval sterilization has more than doubled from 15.1 per cent in 1972 to 30.7 per cent in 1978."
What may be the most disturbing aspect of the investigations followed: it was physicians and healthcare professionals in the IHS who coerced these women. It was they who abandoned their professional responsibility to protect the vulnerable through appropriate, non-eugenic indications for surgery and informed consent prior to the procedures.
[Indian Health Service] officials in the Albuquerque and Aberdeen areas said they do not monitor the consent procedures in contract care, nor are doctors required to follow federal regulations."
The General Accounting Office notified the Indian Health Service that it should implement better consent procedures. Some Indian Health Service Area Directors were pressured by local Indians and by Indian physicians and staff to suspend certain nurses and to move the hospital administrators to another post. Other than that, however, there was little else done by government officials.
Outraged by the level of governmental inaction, Indian people accused the Indian Health Service of making genocide a part of its policy. For the Indian Health Service, this was a serious accusation, as the purpose of this agency was to somehow alleviate the terrible health conditions in Indian communities. The Indian Health Service defended itself by relying on the inaccurate sterilization figures provided by the General Accounting Office.
In reality, however, the accusation of genocide was not far off base. As Thomas Littlewood stated in his book on the politics of population control, "non-white Americans are not unaware of how the American Indian came to be called the vanishing American . . . this country's starkest example of genocide in practice."
From a statistical point of view, the reality of the devastation of Native American women victimized by sterilization can be observed through the comments of Senator Abourezk himself: "given the small American Indian population, the 3,400 Indian sterilization figure [out of 55,000 Indian women of childbearing age] would be compared to sterilizing 452,000 non-Indian women."
These breeches in ethics took place in America.
The record for such immoral activities has already been questioned in light of California’s record with forced sterilization from 1909 through 1979, ALSO subsidized through federal funding. Approximately 20,000 similar operations were performed in that State (mostly on African-Americans and Latinos),
The elite wage war on the world for resources with one hand, while the other hand is holding the scalpel “to fight poverty” after making so many people dependent on State welfare. While we were being entertained by television in the 1970′s and being LIED to by the media, this is what was really going on.
And it’s still going on all over the world.
And they had to turn morality upside down over the last few decades in order to continue this program to its logical conclusion, so that individual human life is more and more degraded and we are more and more able to rationalize and ignore the evil and tyranny that is going on.
“Before 1969 (following Nixon’s election as president) funding of sterilizations (as well as abortion) had been banned by the federal government. Between 1969 and 1974, HEW increased its family planning budget from $51 million to more than $250 million, Torpy found. HEW records reveal that between 192,000 and 548,000 women were sterilized each year between 1970 and 1977, compared to an average of 63,000 a year between 1907 and 1964, a period which included the zenith of the eugenics movement.
“Torpy reports that during 1977 Dr. R.T. Ravenholt, director of the United States Agency for International Development (office for population control), said that the United States hoped to sterilize 25 per cent of the world’s roughly 570 million fertile women. Ravenholt linked such control measures to the “…normal operation of U.S. commercial interests around the world.” These statements were published in a news story in the St. Louis Dispatch.”
India’s Poorest Women Coerced Into Sterilization
<<The main reason Devi had agreed to be sterilized at all was because the $10 she received -- equivalent to about a week’s wages for a poor family -- would help feed her three children.
“I did it out of desperation,” said Devi, 25, as she lay on the concrete floor recuperating at the clinic in the state of Bihar. “We’re so poor, we need the money. Health officials came to our home. They told us it would be best.”
When it comes to family planning, women are on the front lines in India, which has carried out about 37 percent of the world’s female sterilizations. Government-imposed quotas and financial incentives for doctors mean 4.6 million women were sterilized last year, many for cash payments and many in the unsanitary and rudimentary conditions that greeted Devi. Vasectomies, by contrast, accounted for just 4 percent of all sterilizations.
“India has the most coercive birth control methods in the world after China,” Abhijit Das, director of the Center for Health and Social Justice in New Delhi, said in an interview. “Family planning has become a system of quotas and human beings are the targets.” >>
[see also http://cbhd.org/content/forced-sterilization-native-americans-late-twentieth-century-physician-cooperation-national-