By Published Author & TLB Staff Writer: Christina England
News from Kenya has just come in that Dr. Stephen Kimotho Karanja and Dr. Wahome Ngare from the Catholic Doctors Association, Nairobi, Kenya, have been summoned to appear before the Preliminary Inquiry Committee of the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentist Board on June 9, 2016, to answer to a series of complaints received from the Kenyan Medical Association and the general public.
According to reports, both professionals have been accused of misleading the general public regarding recent tetanus and polio vaccination programs and in doing so have stepped outside their fields of specialization.
As the Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board is an organization that determines licensure and maintenance of an annual register of duly qualified doctors and dentists, these two well-respected doctors could effectively be struck off the medical register for exposing the truth about what they believe is a vaccination catastrophe.
This news comes shortly after a Kenyan Catholic nun was jailed for protecting her students from vaccines that she believed would could cause them to become sterile.
A Quick Recap of the History so Far
In October 2014, reports from the Kenyan Catholic Doctors Association sent shock waves around the world. The reports stated that 2-3 million girls and women of childbearing age in Kenya had been vaccinated with tetanus vaccinations containing the anti-fertility hormone HCG, rendering them infertile.
This information was discovered after the vaccines being used in the campaign were sent for testing and came back positive for containing the hormone.
To find out more, please read: Catholic Doctors Speak: Tetanus vaccination campaign is all about population control.
Plan B – Polio Vaccines Found to Contain Estradiol
Finding that their plans to render the young women of Kenya infertile had failed, according to reports, the World Health Organization and the United Nations decided to switch tactics and attempt to render the young men infertile instead.
In August 2015, NPR News reported that the Kenyan Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) had decided to boycott the current polio vaccine program because the vaccine was found to contain estradiol, a derivative of the estrogen hormone believed to cause infertility.
NPR news stated that:
“In Kenya, vaccine suspicion has taken its own local strain, aimed less at vaccines themselves than at the international bodies, like the U.N. and WHO, that distribute them. The distrust has been fuelled by WHO’s decision to blanket Kenya with polio vaccines, well over and above routine injections, in an effort to boost population immunity. The idea is that some of the people reached by the campaign will have already been vaccinated, but some will not. The WHO says there’s no harm in giving extra vaccines to children who are already vaccinated.”
Dr. Ngare explained to The Liberty Beacon that while there have been no human studies to determine the effect that this could have on humans, in animal studies, estradiol, when exposed to males, has been shown to damage the sperm-forming mechanism in the testes.
“There are also studies of estradiol’s effect on males whose mothers were taking it in pills or otherwise during breastfeeding. It is also known to be carcinogenic (causes cancer).”
This is obviously extremely worrying, as these vaccines were going to be offered to the under-fives. Furthermore, Dr. Ngare stated that:
“Obviously, nobody knows what would happen if it is given to human children below the age of 5 years This is because until now, nobody has been crazy enough to experiment on humans!!!! Suffice it to say that Estradiol should not be in a vaccine unless the manufacture can explain its presence and this we have not been able to establish.”
To find out exactly what impact adding estradiol to childhood vaccines might have, TLB asked hormone expert and women’s health educator Ms. Leslie Carol Botha to join Christina England and Dr. Ngare in a radio interview.
For more amplifying information on the above please read these articles presented by Leslie Carol Botha:
To hear the full details of this vaccine catastrophe, listen to the recoding of the TLB Radio EXCLUSIVE: The WHO Caught Using A Second Vaccine To Sterilize Unsuspecting Populations.
What Exactly Are They Scared Of?
Let us examine the facts.
Two doctors have discovered, through vigorous testing, that the vaccination that they have been asked to recommend to their patients is completely unsafe and could render them infertile. However, when they report this matter to a higher authority, they are both threatened with being struck off the medical register.
What have the authorities got to hide?
The reports, which The Liberty Beacon has been permitted to use as evidence, state that the two doctors have acted outside their role of specialization. However, this is totally untrue, as both Dr. Ngare and Dr. Karanja are consultant obstetricians and gynecologists and therefore infertility is high on their list of priorities. In other words, anything that directly threatens fertility is definitely not outside their specialization.
The very fact that these vaccinations have been tested and found to contain hormones that are known to cause infertility gives these two doctors every right to speak out. This is especially so, when, according to the FDA website:
“An adverse event is any undesirable experience associated with the use of a medical product in a patient. The event is serious and should be reported to FDA when the patient outcome is:
Report if suspected that the patient was at substantial risk of dying at the time of the adverse event, or use or continued use of the device or other medical product might have resulted in the death of the patient.
Congenital Anomaly/Birth Defect
Report if you suspect that exposure to a medical product prior to conception or during pregnancy may have resulted in an adverse outcome in the child.” (own emphasis)
Surely, if a vaccination is being recommended by the government to be given to a woman prior to conception or during pregnancy and this vaccination subsequently prevents that women from giving birth to a healthy baby, it should be reported, especially if the report is coming from an obstetrician or gynecologist.
The doctors in question have also been accused of misleading the general public through social media and several of their posts were included as part of the complaint. Here are a few examples of the posts that were deemed as being misleading by the KMA.
On May 23, Dr. Stephen Kimotho Karanja wrote the following Facebook message:
“Those who are in denial about the consequences of untested and possibly poisoned vaccines may now be witnesses. Many children have fevers, vomiting, diarrhoea, headaches, convulsions, weakness, red eyes, rashes and nausea. This followed vaccination. People Please Open your eyes.
Do not forget so fast. The Busia children are still paralysed with rotting legs. Children died in Kerio Valley. We must not forget them. Pray and be part of the solution. Don’t keep denying the obvious. Light one candle at a time. Darkness will never overcome us.
Vaccines have been used as a tool of the eugenic movement for a long time. They have been used to transmit cancer causing viruses, hepatitis, hiv and you may remember the brain injury in Central Africa. Please let ‘US’ all be vigilant, this to the future.
May God protect all of us.”
On May 28, he wrote:
“Today we reflect on what happened to our country. I informed you that the vaccines were not tested and certified safe and were not safe. I asked you to protect the children. Girls and women 14 to 49 years are still targeted with a vaccine that was shown to be laced with b-hcq. Conveniently, the current one is not tested. It is very dangerous to play poker with lives of
people. The consequences will be dire.
As we reflect, let us remember the many reports from across the country of children who have severe fevers and convulsions after the vaccination. Others have measles-like rashes, red eyes diarrhoea and vomiting. They are very sick but they do not matter to the people who are pushing for untested vaccines because they are poor. It makes me very sad but all I can do is warn you. Please know I do this for love of you all and our country. It is not right to use us as their laboratory. The problem is World Health Organisation WHO and UNICEF – pray for these children and their families.
Dr. Wahome Ngare wrote:
“From Dr Wahome Ngare:
When we said some of the tetanus vaccines being used in this campaigns were not safe, we were asked to provide the scientific evidence we had to prove our case and we did.
We provided what we were able to do given the circumstances and available low level resources – the elisa method. The results were disputed even by our very own.
When we used the HPLC method as advised to prove the same facts, the scientific methods of sample collection and preservation were disputed. In the end, our simple request for joint testing to assure us as scientists has been overshadowed by political intrigue! I
Now it is our turn to ask for undisputed scientific faced collected in Kenya that lead to our children requiring that this extra immunization. We need to interrogate a) who did the studies b) where the data was collected c) how the data was analysed and d) how the conclusions were used to influence policy.
There are of cause other concerns that we can raise later e.g. is it necessary to immunize new barns against an STD’s like Hepatitis B? Is it necessary to immunize all children against a mild viral infection like Rubella? Most of us were immunised last against Measles at 9 months of age and have been ok many years later, what has changed so dramatically?
Or are we as scientists going to be satisfied by the so common answer “WHO and UNICEF have given us assurance that the vaccines are necessary and safe.”?”
How can these posts be deemed as misleading if it is a doctor’s duty to report adverse reactions? Both of these doctors acted accordingly and reported a problem with each one of the vaccinations. Sadly, their concerns were ignored. If Facebook and social media is the only avenue that these doctors have left to warn the public, then surely it is their public duty to do so.
It appears that whenever a professional speaks out against vaccinations and exposes the truth, they are subsequently struck off the medical register for medical misconduct.
It is clear that these two professionals have not spoken outside their area of expertise especially when you consider who is on the WHO’s board of executive members. Reading through the list, it is interesting to note that the majority of members are Ministers of Health and NEPAL’s member is Mr. Ramjanam Chaudhary, the Minister of Health and Population Kathmandu.
The WHO stated that:
“The Executive Board is composed of 34 persons who are technically qualified in the field of health, each designated by a Member State that has been elected to serve by the World Health Assembly. Member States are elected for three-year terms.”
There is no mention of any of the members having qualifications in infertility, hormones or any expertise in the subject of vaccinations, unlike Dr. Wahome Ngare and Dr. Stephen Kimotho Karanja, who are fully qualified in both infertility and the subject of hormones.
In fact, when you check the CV of the then Chairman of the Kenya Medical Association (KMA), Dr. Elly Nyaim. Opot, who issued the complaint which reads:
“The Kenya Medical Association (KMA) has noted with concern the recent controversies raised by the Catholic Church regarding Vaccination Campaigns for Tetanus and Polio.
Such controversies have a potential of seriously reversing public health gains mode by the Nation of Kenya, thus affecting the health of Kenyans adversely.
KMA is concerned that a Senior member of the profession namely; Dr. Stephen Koron]c, who is an Obstetrical Gynaecologist is in the forefront of stoking these controversies. It is our concern that the good doctor is using his privileged position to mislead the public.
You soon realize that he has not qualified in any of the following areas of expertise:
Read Dr. Elly Nyaim. Opot’s full CV here.
Furthermore, at the time the former Chairman of the Kenya Medical Association (KMA), Dr. Elly Nyaim Opot, issued his complaint against Dr. Stephen Kimotho Karanja and Dr. Wahome Ngare, in 2014, according to the website the University of Nairobi Department of Surgery, he was and still is today a sitting member of the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board and has been since 2013.
Surely, this by anyone’s standards is a conflict of interest?
To make matters worse, the Chief Executive Officer of the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentist Board, Dr. Daniel M. Yumbia who wrote: “…you have been misleading the general public through social media …” also uses Facebook to impart important information on the Kenya Medical Association own Facebook page.
Interestingly, on June 4, 2016, the KMA wrote the following regarding vaccination on their Facebook page:
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KENYA MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (KMA) STATEMENT ON VACCINATION CAMPAIGNS AND HEALTHCARE DELIVERY IN KENYA
Ladies and gentlemen of the Press, we thank you for joining us for this press conference at which we intend to address some matters of grave concern in the health sector.
The Kenya Medical Association (KMA) has taken note of the on and off controversies generated about the safety of vaccination campaigns in Kenya, that have the potential of negatively affecting the health of Kenyans. More specifically, statements concerning the professionalism of health workers, and alleging misconduct and conspiracies to harm Kenyans have been made even by some among fellow health workers.
In this regard, we would like to state as follows:
1. The Kenya Medical Association is a professional society that brings together medical and
dental practitioners with varying professional specializations, and it is best placed to advise the government and the general public on health matters.
2. Our mission includes the imperative to champion for the highest attainable standard of health for all, and our members have not been, and would not be, involved in a conspiracy to defeat this aspiration that is also captured in our constitution.
3. In this regard, the Kenya Medical Association has been involved with other stakeholders in the process of analyzing the safety of vaccines used in the national immunization campaigns after allegations were made about their adulteration with potentially harmful substances, and we have seen no evidence to suggest that these allegations are true.
4. It should be noted that the analysis of the contents and safety of vaccines can only be done in highly specialized laboratories designed specifically for this purpose, and it is not standard practice to do this in laboratories engaged in routine human laboratory tests.
5. Allegations that some of these vaccines are laced with contraceptives or other harmful
substances are therefore baseless, and where any evidence has been adduced to prove them,
this evidence has been shown to have been dismissed after rigorous research over a long
period of time.
6. The Kenya Medical Association therefore fully supports these immunization campaigns whose intention is to protect our population from preventable illnesses that have the potential to cause death and disability in a huge segment of our population.
7. We urge all Kenyans to seek the advice of qualified professionals in matters as important as their health, and the Association stands ready to offer this advice and guidance whenever
called upon to do so.
We thank you.
Delivered on this the 4th day of June, 2016, by:
Dr Jacqueline Kitulu- KMA National Chair
Dr Henry Wanga- KMA National Vice-Chair
Prof Lukoye Atwoli- KMA National Secretary
Dr Dorcas Supa Tunje- KMA National Assistant Secretary
Dr Simon Kigondu- KMA National Treasurer”
This same post was posted on June 6, 2016.
However, despite their blanket refusal to accept that the vaccinations given to the people of Kenya contained harmful substances, the KMA have never asked to see the results of the testing that was carried out by the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association on the vaccinations.
We await the outcome of this inquiry with interest.