Originally posted by MentaThis is the modern day, systemic and...

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    Just a few quick last thoughts, as I am getting off-topic:
    - Uhuru Kenyatta is the Kenyan President not "Railia Odinga"
    - There is a Raila Odinga though who used the vaccination scare to get Catholic votes in the 2017/2018 campaign
    - The "laboratory tests" referred to are over-the-counter pregnancy test kits developed for use on serum and urine specimens, and not appropriate for a vaccine such as TT, which contains a special preservative (merthiolate) and an adjuvant (aluminum salt). As a consequence of using these inappropriate tests, low levels of hCG-like activity were found in some samples of TT vaccine.
    - The laboratory Agriq-Quest was audited by both the Kenya Accreditation Service (KENAS) and the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC). That audit resulted in Agri-Quest losing its laboratory accreditation because of practices such as using over-the-counter pregnancy test kits.
    - Agric-Quest began pushing this vaccination rumour as it sought to shake down Sh13.8 million from the government and get its accreditation back.
    - Worldwide, babies dying from neonatal tetanus dropped from 787,000 in 1988 to 34,019 in 2015 due to vaccination. Kenya is one of only 16 countries worldwide that have not yet eliminated maternal and neonatal tetanus. The country loses one child daily to the disease.

    Due to the efforts of anti-vaxxers and the Catholic Church in Kenya, thousands of poor Kenyans will die from neonatal tetanus. Isn't that what eugenics experts would want?

    Furthermore, if you're looking for a conspiracy (I'm not) of secret eugenics adherents trying to purify race and weed out "defectives", aren't the anti-vaxxers the logical suspects?
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