The Haitian Blogger:Is There a Eugenics Experiment Aimed a Depopulating Haiti?
History shows that the AIDs bred in indigenous Africans, did not stay in Africa. So if this eugenics experiment is aimed at depolulating Haiti, is it also aimed at depopulating the rest of the world?
The headline says “Haiti vaccines target 1 million children, women.” I believe them. Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) in Haiti are in the process of vaccinating 1 million Haitians with an oral polio vaccine. They plan to inoculate half of the Haitian population. That’s 5.6 million people. A mass inoculation of that size should be suspect. Below are a couple of examples of similar programs carried out by international health officials and their “unintended consequences.”
A similar oral polio vaccine was culpable in an outbreak of polio in Nigeria. The AP reported that “A polio outbreak in Nigeria was caused by the vaccine designed to stop it, international health officials say, leaving at least 69 children paralyzed.”
There is also a link between the polio vaccine and AIDS. The AIDS scourge has decimated millions in Africa and around the world. The epicenter of the disease was the Belgian Congo. There isthat: “American and Belgian missionaries in the Belgian colonies of the Congo widely distributed polio vaccine to a million children in a bid to wipe out the crippling disease; however, evidence now suggests that Dr. Koprowski’s oral vaccine may have been tainted, and that the first instances of the disease may be linked to these inoculations.”
Haitians are beholden to the foreign donors and NGOs that ply their trade in Haiti. These organizations are depended upon to provide food, medicine, school, clothing and other services. So, the inoculations began last friday and the “Children in neatly pressed uniforms lined up at schools and marketplaces in the Cite Soleil slum to receive injections, drops and tablets.”
The stated purpose of the vaccinations which are a “…joint effort by Haitian health authorities, the United Nations Children’s Fund, the Pan-American Health Organization and others is …eliminating deadly diseases.”
This experiment unfolds withfrom Bill Clinton. Clinton arrived with a delegation which “…called for more foreign aid and urged Haiti’s weak central government to take charge of its own development.”
Bill Clinton did the obligatory photo op in the poor community of Citey Soleil where the vaccinations are being carried out.
Bill Clinton’s handlers carefully structured his visit so as not to appear political. When “An estimated 6,000 marchers showed up at Port-au-Prince’s international airport, wearing President Barack Obama T-shirts and waving signs welcoming Clinton and asking him to return Aristide once again… they arrived long after Clinton and his delegation had left.” However, the foreign delegation was unable to avoid the “Thousands ..[that] appeared outside the National Palace in the evening where Clinton, Ban and others in the delegation were attending a working dinner with Preval.”
”Bill Clinton, we want Aristide,” the crowd shouted. “Ban Ki-moon give us Aristide.”
Clinton simply waved to the crowd before entering the palace while Ban turned to the outside gathering.”
Is the Polio vaccine safe?
Polio vaccinations occurring decades ago continue to effect the current US population. A 2001 SF Chronicle story reported that “A growing number of medical researchers fear that a monkey virus [SV40] that contaminated polio vaccine given to tens of millions of Americans in the 1950s and ’60s may be causing rare human cancers.”
The “Vaccine producers, health officials and most scientists believe that it is safe. Manufacturers say they take elaborate steps to test their vaccine for SV40, and the government says it recently tested vaccine samples back to 1972 and found no trace of SV40. Yet a “growing number of medical researchers fear that a monkey virus that contaminated polio vaccine given to tens of millions of Americans in the 1950s and ’60s may be causing rare human cancers.”
These rare cancers are Mesothelioma, Brain cancers, Bone cancers, and other cancers, including pituitary and thyroid tumors and lymphomas