Philippines_PopulationWhile the Solicitor General and his legal team are trying very hard to convince us that state-mandated contraception under the Reproductive Health Law is not population control, an aggressive vaccination campaign among the poor is reported to be causing an alarming rise in infant mortality in the countryside.

Last weekend I listened to reports from family life workers assembled in Cebu City [who]… reported similar cases of infants dying after having been vaccinated by local health workers….

The law… requires that every newborn be given the Hepatitis-B vaccine within 24 hours after birth. Some doctors find this highly questionable because the newborn derives its immunity from the mother for the first 15 months from birth, and risks no infection unless the mother is infected. This raises the suspicion that the Hepa-B campaign could be part of the globally-directed population reduction drive.

… In 2010… the billionaire Bill Gates… one of the leading advocates of eugenics as a means of reducing the global population, told a conference… that “if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we (could reduce the global population of 6.8 billion people) by perhaps 10 to 15 percent.”

… A few months before that… Gates announced that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation would give $10 billion over the next ten years to develop and deliver new vaccines to children in the developing world….

… [L]ast year in India, at least 47,500 children were reported to have been permanently paralyzed after having been injected with anti-polio vaccines. The Gates Foundation and the World Health Organization, who, together with the vaccine industry, are partners in the Global Alliance for Vaccinations and Immunization, dismissed these cases as pure coincidences. But not the family life workers.

In the mid-90s more than 3.4 million Filipino women were injected with tetanus vaccines… found to contain human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG)… which, when introduced into the body coupled with a tetanus toxoid carrier, produces anti-bodies that render a woman incapable of maintaining [her] pregnancy. The vaccine was supposed to be against tetanus, which afflicts both men and women, but only women were vaccinated, and only women between age 15 and 45.

It was clearly an anti-fertility measure — an instrument of population control.

Now we are hearing more.

~ Francisco Tatad, reporting on what he believes is a connection between attempts at population control and vaccines in the Philippines, Manila Standard Today, August 14

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