By Rebecca Terrell
In an attempt to counter President Joe Biden’s post-Covid plans to cede healthcare say-so to the United Nations’ medical agency, a new documentary asserts a devious depopulation agenda within the World Health Organization (WHO).
Children’s Health Defense TV (CHD.TV) garnered a large audience Friday with its premier of Infertility: A Diabolical Agenda. Produced by vaccine watchdog Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., the film details the story of doctors in Africa who discovered in 2014 that vaccines pushed by WHO and the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) contained a hidden sterilization agent.
The two UN agencies, in cooperation with the Kenyan government, had launched a tetanus vaccine campaign in that country, targeting women of child-bearing age. The reputed intent was to protect their offspring from the bacterial disease.
However, members of the Catholic Doctor’s Association in Kenya noticed peculiarities of this program, such as the unusual number and frequency of jabs in the vaccine series. In a statement, the group explained that these oddities recalled former “fertility regulating” campaigns, masked under the guise of inoculations, foisted on women in Mexico, Nicaragua, and the Philippines. “Subsequent research among those girls and women immunized has been shown to have made them permanently infertile,” the doctors noted.
The vaccine administered in those countries used a combination of tetanus toxoid (the active agent in tetanus vaccines) and a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). A woman’s body naturally produces hCG during pregnancy and would not normally develop antibodies against it. However, as part of its campaign to develop anti-fertility vaccines, WHO discovered that combining hCG with the tetanus vaccine causes a person to develop antibodies against both. After receiving the jab series, a woman’s immune system is programmed to spontaneously abort should she become pregnant.
Results of tests the doctors ordered in Kenya confirmed their suspicions. The testing laboratories included Lancet Kenya, the University of Nairobi, and the Nairobi Hospital — all reputable institutions. Regardless, factcheckers pounced, and scientists faced pressure from government officials to retract their research findings.
This, despite the fact that numerous studies, many led by medical researcher Gursaran Pran Talwar, an expert in immunocontraception, have filled medical journals ever since WHO launched its contraceptive vaccine development in 1972. Advances took off in the early 1990s once scientists discovered that the tetanus toxoid acts as a carrier for the beta subunit of hCG, a subcellular component of the hormone that triggers an immune reaction.
Logically, Kenya’s national parliament reacted to the doctors’ claims by commissioning further tests. Though the research lab AgriQ-Quest duplicated the Catholic doctors’ original findings, the head of Kenya’s health ministry asked them to alter their conclusions to produce a favorable report. The lab’s refusal thrust it into a widely publicized controversy with the government that ended with the Kenya Accreditation Service suspending the lab’s license.
During a 2017 press conference from Kenya’s Capitol Hill, then-opposition leader Raila Odinga confirmed the doctors’ original findings. He called WHO’s covert sterilization maneuver “one of the most callous human rights abuses committed against innocent girls and women in Kenya, whose only crime was to trust the state.”
Interestingly, WHO’s tetanus elimination campaign has been going on since the late 1980s but in more than three decades has not made much headway in eradicating the disease. The agency admitted in 2020 that maternal/neonatal tetanus “remains a major public health problem.”
On the other hand, infertility is a growing concern. The medical journal Aging reported in 2019 that the “global disease burden of infertility has been increasing” since 1990. It has become so common that WHO calls it a public health issue affecting some 186 million individuals; medical associations across the globe recognize June of each year as World Infertility Awareness Month.
“Infertility is one of the major problems in gynecology in Africa,” stated the late Dr. Stephen Karanja, an obstetrician-gynecologist who chaired the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association and is one of many experts quoted in the CHD documentary.
Dr. Wahome Ngare confirmed Africa’s infertility plague and believes that governments are selling their citizens out to the promise of UN grants. In making sense of the Kenyan scandal, “you just follow the money,” he says.
The 29-minute documentary ends rather abruptly, and as the credits roll, viewers see a series of clips in which various doctors from around the world discuss the SARS-CoV-2 shots. The effect is an unstated but understood implication that Covid vaccines could cause infertility, too.
That topic was addressed head-on in the CHD.TV Friday Roundtable discussion immediately following the premier. Among the participants were the film’s director, Andrew Wakefield, and CHD’s chief science officer, Dr. Brian Hooker.
Wakefield emphasized that he hopes the film puts the spotlight on the danger of WHO’s current power-grab for control over future pandemic policy and individual health decision-making. “They’re not fit for a haircut, let alone running global health policy,” he quipped. “The WHO should not be in charge of anything.”
Physician and author Christiane Northrup pointed out that the UN’s depopulation agenda has been going on for years. She detailed numerous studies, including Pfizer’s original clinical trials, that showed an increase of 80 percent or more in miscarriage rates, fetal malformations, and stillbirths. Hooker followed up with an analysis of CDC data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System that shows 10 times as many fertility reports post-Covid vaccination when compared to baseline from years prior to 2020.
Pediatrician Dr. Liz Mumper explained the science behind concerns that Covid inoculations administered to children could adversely affect their fertility in the future. CHD general counsel Mary Holland warned that the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) is meeting next week to review Moderna’s and Pfizer’s emergency authorization requests for their Covid jabs for infants as young as six months. She also urged viewers to submit public comments for review in the FDA’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee Meeting on June 28.