Posted on May 4, 2007
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64 responses to “Jahalat: Polio Vaccination Campaign Facing Threats”

  1. zain maqsood says:

    i think it is a shameful act to keep parents in the state of ignorance and to keep themselves also by the so called religious leaders that they even don’t know that this is basic right of every chaild to step up on his own foot to fight with the basic necessity of life to take part in the country’s progress.

  2. sarah sarban says:

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    The blind faith on libral values and institutes look taboo amid same blind running on paradigm found around,mass inoculation of polio vaccine must be carefully evaluated ,the cruel corportae lust of profit taking should not be ignored,in uk we still have Thalidomide awesome memories,
    WHO is not a funding agency,she rely on her donors,click to be induced by….
    In NSSM 200, Henry Kissinger stated that no single approach would “solve” the population problem. Multiple and seemingly unconnected approaches are also less likely to attract attention.

    The World Health Organization has a twenty year history of developing contraceptive vaccines which work by creating immunity to the body’s own fertility hormone, human chorionic gonadotrophin (HcG). (1) A BBC documentary program entitled Horizon: The Human Laboratory aired 5 November 1995, revealed how the W.H.O developed vaccines for sterilizing women by the mid 1990’S. They got caught giving it to women without informed consent in the Philippines by putting in the tetanus shots. (2) After the recipients of the vaccine started having miscarriages a study conducted by the Philippine Medical Association on behalf of the Philippine Department of Health revealed that almost 20 percent of the tetanus vaccine sampled positive for HcG. (3)

    Dr. Archie Kalokerinos is a Life Fellow of the Royal Society for Health, a Fellow of the International Academy of Preventive Medicine, Fellow of the Australasian College of Biomedical Scientists, Fellow of the Hong Kong Medical Technology Association, and a Member of the New York Academy of Sciences. In 1978 he was awarded the A.M.M.(Australian Medal of Merit) for ‘outstanding scientific research’. On the subject of vaccines he comments:

    My final conclusion after forty years or more in this business [medicine] is that the unofficial policy of the World Health Organization and the unoffical policy of the ‘Save the Children’s Fund’ and… [other vaccine promoting] organizations is one of murder and genocide… I cannot see any other possible explanation… You cannot immunize sick children, malnourished children, and expect to get away with it. You’ll kill far more children than would have died from natural infection.”It was similar with the measles vaccination. They went through Africa, South America and elsewhere, and vaccinated sick and starving children… They thought they were wiping out measles, but most of those susceptible to measles died from some other disease that they developed as a result of being vaccinated. The vaccination reduced their immune levels and acted like an infection. Many got septicaemia, gastro-enteritis, etc, or made their nutritional status worse and they died from malnutrition. So there were very few susceptible infants left alive to get measles. It’s one way to get good statistics, kill all those that are susceptible, which is what they literally did.
    refrence
    1,Gordon L. Ada (Editor) P. D. Griffin (Editor), Vaccines for Fertility Regulation:The Assessment of Their Safety and Efficacy, Cambridge University Press, ISBN:0521392527, July 1991.
    2,. Garth L. Nicolson Ph.D. et al, The Pathogenesis and Treatment of Mycoplasmal Infections, Antimicrobics and Infectious Disease Newsletter (Elsevier Science) 1999; 17(11): 81-88.
    3,Barbara Starfield, Is US Health Really the Best in the World? JAMA. 2000;284:483-485. [/quote]

  3. sohail ahmad says:

    There are different standards to understand things we see there are a lot of people who got knowledge but not the real understandings and wisdom,this is a great tragedy with us.I request to all those who got the knowledge and wisdom,they should try to do good for their innocent people otherwise its not good for all.Criticism should lead to something productive,otherwise it is just a deluge of bitter and scornful words.