Jesus said,“Let the children come to me, and do not prevent them;for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” – Matt 19:14
When the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association (KCDA) became suspicious of a tetanus vaccine, they sent six samples to independent laboratories in South Africa. ALL six tested positive for HCG antigen, a substance known to cause miscarriages.
Then, when the KCDA presented their evidence to the Kenyan Ministry of Health, they were ignored. The vaccinations program being carried out by WHO and UNICEF continued, while the press condemned the priests as tinfoil hat conspiracy nuts.
Consider the evidence. The KCDA has been providing health care and vaccinations for a 100 years; that’s longer than Kenya has existed as a country.
Why would they object to a legitimate vaccination program that would allow them to divert their resources to other health issues?
And why, if this program is all on the up-and-up, is it being conducted in such a clandestine fashion?
Usually government-sponsored health initiatives are done with a lot of pro-government fanfare and all available clinics and health personnel are given vaccine to administer. THIS vaccine is being administered with no fanfare and only a few operatives from the government are permitted to administer the shots.
The protocols are also very different, which is what alerted the KCDA in the first place.
The usual tetanus vaccine is administered to anyonewho comes in with an open wound, regardless of age or gender and it involves three shots given over a period of two to three years.
The anti-fertility tetanus shots are being given ONLY to women of child-bearing age and involve five shotsgiven over a period of two or more years.
This is not the first time this has been done and it is deliberate.
LifeSiteNews has obtained a UN report on an August 1992 meeting at its world headquarters in Geneva where the use of vaccines laced with HCG-antigen was recommended as the best route to sterilizing undesirable populations.
One million Kenyan women and girls have been vaccinated so far. The government and United Nations wants to do another 1.3 million before they’re done. Priests throughout Kenya reportedly are advising their congregations to refuse the vaccine.
2005 VIDEO: Senator Obama rips Bush for being unprepared for avian flu epidemic.The avian flu could only be contracted directly from infected birds, not passed human to human, but the threat of it mutating into a highly infectious flu strain scared the bejeebers out of disease experts. However, as of today, the majority of human cases have resulted from direct contact with infected poultry and there has not been a single case reported in the U.S.
2005: A sudden spike in cases of the H5N1 (avian or bird flu) virus (98 cases/43 deaths) led the WHO to warn of a possible global pandemic. As the New York Times reported (link below), then-Senator Barack Obama signed a protest letter with 30 Democrats expressing grave concern that the nation was “dangerously unprepared” and personally scolded the Bush administration from the Senate floor. In a New York Times op-ed, he specifically mentioned the dangers to the American public posed by international air travel.
2008:The CDC informed the incoming Obama administration it had less than one-third the resources necessary to properly protect the nation from an outbreak of deadly diseases like avian flu and Ebola.
2009: In the face of a possible epidemic of swine flu, the Obama administration quietly dusted off federal quarantine regulations that had been proposed by the Bush administration in 2005. Civil liberties people were appalled; health official were generally supportive.
2010:The Obama administration quietly scrapped the quarantine plans it had been developing in case Americans needed to be protected from travelers carrying dangerous diseases.
2014: September 9– WHO says public transportation is “a hot source of potential virus transmission.”
2014: October 3 – Three weeks after declaring the Ebola outbreak a “national security priority”, Obama continued to refuse to ban travel into the U.S. for people who have been in affected West African countries. He has the legal power to impose such an emergency measure.
2014: October 9– Obama released a video saying, “You cannot get [Ebola] sitting next to someone on a bus.” Virus researchers said Ebola could be spread through the air and from infected people exhibiting no symptoms.
2014: October 10– President Obama said in a video message that Ebola cannot be contracted through casual contact “like sitting next to someone on a bus.” The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advised Americans with symptoms of the disease traveling in or arriving home from Ebola-stricken nations to “avoid public transportation.”
2014: October 15 – President Obama says he personally hugged and kissed two nurses treating Ebola patients and he didn’t get the disease, but since a second Ebola nurse has now contracted the virus, his administration will respond in a “much more aggressive way” to cases of Ebola in the United States.
2014: October 17– The World Health Organization (WHO) announced 9,216 known cases and 4,555 deaths in the Ebola outbreak that began in west Africa in March. Obama’s Secretary of State, John Kerry, called on world leaders to provide cash, helicopters and treatment centers to help fight Ebola. “If we don’t adequately address this current outbreak now, then Ebola has the potential to become a scourge like HIV or polio, that we will end up fighting, all of us, for decades. And we shouldn’t kid ourselves. Winning this fight is going to be costly, it is going to take all of our efforts, and it is not risk-free.”
2014: October 18 – President Obama said no to those demanding a travel ban on planes from West Africa and urged Americans not to give into hysteria about the deadly virus, because we’ve only had three cases.
“For, “All people are like grass, and all their glory is like the flowers of the field; the grass withers and the flowers fall, but the word of the Lord endures forever.” And this is the word that was preached to you.”