So what are the chances of an article in a Chinese paper reporting about the hundreds of girls in El Carmen de Bolivar, Columbia who were knocked down from the lethal toxins in the HPV vaccines Gardasil?
Does this mean that China is watching Japan’s move on removing the vaccine from the country’s schedule. Or are they also watching France because that country banned HPV vaccine ads due to the false claims or Japan who has banned the use of the HPV vaccine because of potential fertility issues in a country whose population is declining, or Spain who has recalled the vaccine and is now facing criminal charges, or Israel now considering a ban or India who banned the HPV vaccine clinical trials in their country and who now the world is watching in an historic Supreme Court case that three women activists brought against, WHO, the Gates Foundation, PATH and the government of India for the illegal and unethical trialling of the HPV vaccines in their country without informed consent or post-monitoring surveillance.
It is much easier to see problems in a ‘cluster’ of girls – albeit in this case a large cluster in girls in a country with few medical interventions. In the industrialized world adolescents have been exposed to so many toxic onslaughts through the hefty vaccine schedule in the U.S., use of synthetic hormones, estrogen mimickers in plastics and other household materials, drugs, alcohol, medications, combined with a lack of nutrients in the food – and it is easy for pharma officials to shake their heads and say “Not from our vaccines.”
Yes, the almost 36,000 adverse reactions and 170 reported deaths to VAERS are from the HPV vaccines.
Ironic that we had a cluster group of girls in upstate NY struck down by a mysterious ‘conversion disorder‘ or mass hysteria.
Remember what Eve Ensler called ‘hysteria’? A word used for making women feel insane for knowing what they know.
Hundreds of girls in Colombian town sick after taking Gardasil vaccine
South China Morning Post
Associated Press Colombia
August 31, 2014
A mystery illness has apparently overwhelmed a small town in northern Colombia, with scores of teenage girls in hospital with symptoms that parents fear could be an adverse reaction to a vaccine against cervical cancer. But others suggest it is a case of mass hysteria.
Authorities say they still do not know what caused more than 200 girls in El Carmen de Bolivar, a town of 95,000 near Colombia’s Caribbean coast, to come down with symptoms ranging from fainting to numbness in the hands and headaches.
All the girls, ranging in ages from nine to 16, were injected in recent months with the common vaccine Gardasil.
Francisco Vega, the town’s mayor and a doctor, said that illnesses first appeared at the end of May and had been steadily increasing since. Over the weekend, 120 girls were rushed to hospitals, overwhelming the town’s limited medical facilities. None of their symptoms were life-threatening and all had since been released, he said.