India has sparked global demands to suspend HPV vaccines worldwide

American Chronicle

by Christina England

April 15, 2010

The suspension of the HPV vaccination programme in India has sparked a global demand to suspend the HPV vaccinations altogether. Parents and professionals from all over the world have come together and the organisation Truth about have demanded action saying:-

“False advertising/claims made by pharmaceutical companies, and legislation mandating vaccination without informed consent, are totally unacceptable.”

A press release was released today. HPV Vaccination Campaign Suspension Demanded Globally U.S. Called on to Take Lead and outlines the problems demanding answers.

The six women spearheading the campaign and who run the site Truth About Leslie Botha; Cynthia Janak; Freda Birrell; Janny Stokvis; Karen Maynor; and Rosemary Mathis, and who presented research on HPV vaccine dangers to the FDA on March 12 state:-

“Why have the deaths of four girls in India halted the HPV vaccine campaign while the 67 deaths reported to VAERS been ignored by the US government? Mathis states, “We consider this a human rights violation, and request the US take the lead in protecting fundamental human rights by calling for a congressional hearing”

They report they can prove that certain Governments are deliberately lying to the public in saying that the HPV vaccine is ‘mandatory’ and that this is categorically untrue.

I agree it is totally unacceptable! Lying and falsely advertising a vaccine which is killing and maiming our children on a large scale, should not and must not be tolerated. This, however, is exactly what is happening. Their claims certainly do ring a few bells, let us begin with false advertising. Glaxo Smith Kline have certainly been seen by many to be making false claims in their advertising, especially with their advertising slogan ‘Arm yourself for life’ see my article Cervarix adverts are untrue and should be banned

Does the vaccine arm or even help arm a girl for life against cervical cancer? Well not according to their GP advert which states :-

“Duration and protection has not been fully established”

So where exactly is this helping to protect a child or women for life?

According to the article Cervical cancer jab as deadly as the disease the expert Dr Diane Harper is reported to have said:-

“All this jab will do is prevent girls getting some abnormalities associated with cervical cancer which can be treated. It will not decrease cervical cancer rates at all,”

Merck did no better and many have complained about their advertising slogan To Women: ‘Get Vaccinated,’ Be ‘One Less’ Cancer Statistic

I am not sure how the above is true in any way as again the expert Dr Diane Harper says differently, this time in her frank speaking interview she is reported to have stated:-

“If someone has HPV 18, for example, the vaccine won’t provide any protection for that strain, or full protection for any of the other strains.’ And since millions of women have HPV, millions of women could be getting vaccinated for nothing. Except side effects, that is…”

This of course must be taken very seriously indeed as Cervarix is also a vaccine for the strain 18 and Dr Harper is clearly saying that if you already have the HPV virus this vaccine is totally useless. Now presuming that Dr Harper is right and as an expert we have no reason to disbelieve her, what we are being told in these two advertising campaigns are lies, lies and more lies because no one is armed for life against cervical cancer and nobody is guaranteed to be one less cervical cancer statistic.



Author: Leslie Carol Botha

Author, publisher, radio talk show host and internationally recognized expert on women's hormone cycles. Social/political activist on Gardasil the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls. Co-author of "Understanding Your Mood, Mind and Hormone Cycle." Honorary advisory board member for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.