The WHO should be abolished for developing birth control vaccines – imposing measures intended to prevent birth is genocide

The above screenshot was taken from the WHO’s 1992 report “Fertility Regulating Vaccines“. The WHO admits to developing and testing genocide vaccines. The WHO report states Anti-hCG (anti-human chorionic gonadotropin) vaccines were developed and tested in clinical trials for the WHO as early as 1975. The WHO did its own Anti-hCG vaccine clinical trial in 1988.

Anti-hCG vaccines include beta-hCG linked to tetanus toxoid /TT (beta-hCG-TT) the alpha-subunit of ovine LH associated with beta-hCG and linked to TT or cholera toxin chain b (CHB/alpha-oLH, beta-hCG-TT/CHB/, the mixture of hCG and oLH, and 37 amino acid carboxy-terminal peptide (CTP) of beta-hCG linked to diphtheria toxoid (DT). The principle of anti-hCG vaccine is to induce antibodies which can bind to hCG and render it biologically inactive.” Anti-fertility Vaccines, 1989 National Library of Medicine publication.

“clinical trials have demonstrated that immunization of women with either hCGβ, a heterospecies dimer of hCGβ associated with the α-subunit of ovine LH, or the C-terminal region of hCGβ resulted in the development of contraceptive levels of anti-hCG antibodies. The study of Talwar et al. also provided evidence that the circulating anti-hCG antibodies prevented pregnancy in 1224 cycles, and that booster injections were required to maintain antibody titers.” Oxford Academic publication

India’s controversial mass sterilization drive of 1976 was conducted for the WHO. India’s sterilization campaigns for both men and women are part of UN/WHO‘s international campaigns intended to drastically reduce nations’ population.

UN / WHO developing Anti-hCG vaccines to prevent births is a crime of genocide.


Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide

Article II

In the present Convention, genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:

d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;