Holy Hormones Journal: How do you measure the state of health of our nation? One way is by measuring the the increasing in sexually transmitted diseases. There are some who say that STD’s are the least of our concern – with all the the retroviruses, bacteria and other foreign toxins and parasites being passed via touch and kissing. What is of concern is that our immunity has become so severely compromised that we are no longer able to fend off infections. We are toxic. We are spreading a plague of retroviruses that have been linked to “chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), prostate cancer, lymphoma, and eventually neuro-developmental disorders in children.”
The medical industry is now manipulating our immune health with immuno-therapy drugs – and vaccinations. We are being poisoned by the heavy metals, toxins and chemicals that we are surrounded with on a daily basis. Combine all of this with a lack of nutritional resources and our health and quality of life has become one medical nightmare after another.
What is the real culprit? The introduction of synthetic contraceptives to a demographic of girls who are too emotionally immature to understand the importance of using another form of birth control – in this case – condoms to prevent virulent sexual infections. It appears that gonorrhea has become resistant to the antibiotic that has been used in the past to curb the venereal disease.
But lets get back to putting girls as young as 11 or 12 on contraception. All they know is that they are safe from getting pregnant and the door is wide open of sexual activity. But pregnancies no longer kill. Birth control does. STD’s do. The LGBT community is also at risk.
Menstrual advocates saw this one coming down the pike a long time ago. And as I have mentioned time and again, birth control depletes vital micronutrients in the body that are needed to fend off incoming virus and bacteria.
So how did I make the jump from rise in STD’s to priming the pump for vaccines? That was easy. We already have the HPV vaccine – a major profitable experiment on our adolescents. Synthetic contraception ain’t going anywhere soon.
Merck and Co. is already profiting from standing on both sides of the fence. They are the manufacturer of the implant contraceptive device that is inserted into girls’ arms dripping a chemical hormone concoction into their blood stream and profiting on the HPV vaccine side of the fence – since the girls on the implant are primary targets for STD’s. I personally have a major problem with this type of collusion.
Doesn’t anyone have a problem with putting girls on LARCs – long-acting reversible contraception – encouraging them to be sexually active (via media) and not having their first pap test until age 21 – as recommended by ACOG – American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists? These innocent girls – become the victims of date rape – do not tell their parent’s out of stigma and shame and carry these infections with them for years.
In my work with high-risk girls and at and addiction recovery ranch, I heard horror stories from girls as young as 14 – who had to have her cervix removed after having sex for the first time – to women in their 20’s and 30’s presenting with multiple STDs.
So who is sharing information with your daughter about the dangers of STDs? Are you relying on your schools? Bad choice. We need to be teaching our girls’ that they have more value than what lies between their legs.
The rise in STDs is just one more fall out from the birth control medical experiment. But no worries – pharma will profit – because a whole new market for STD vaccines is opening up.
Mark my words.
Syphilis and gonorrhea rates have risen sharply in US, CDC says
When it comes to the fight against sexually transmitted diseases, US health officials appear to be losing ground.
Rates of gonorrhea, syphilis, and chlamydia infections — STDs that federal health officials actively track — all rose in 2015, according to a new report released Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The CDC estimates that at any one time there are 110 million cases of STDs in the US, when herpes and human papillomavirus infections, which are not tracked by the agency, are factored in the equation. Some people would have more than one of these infections at once.
Previous downward trends in rates have been reversed in recent years, the report showed. For instance, in 2009, the gonorrhea rate hit a historic low, with only 98 cases per 100,000 people. That rate was up to nearly 124 cases per 100,000 people in 2015 — a 26 percent increase.
Meanwhile, syphilis rates in 2000 and 2001 were at the lowest rate since reporting on these diseases began in 1941 — 2.1 cases per 100,000 people. But the number has climbed nearly every year since and is now at 7.5 cases per 100,000 people, the CDC reported.
More than two-thirds of the 1.5 million of the newly reported cases of chlamydia in 2015 were in young people aged 15 to 24. The same age group accounted for half of the new diagnoses of gonorrhea, the report said.