Addendum to “HCG Found in Tetanus Vaccine”: Examination of Alleged “Ethical Concerns” Based on False Claims by Certain of Our Critics
Keywords:anti-fertility vaccine, βhCG, commercialization of medicines, enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), hCG, high pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC), human chorionic gonadotropin, maternal neonatal tetanus, Open Source Journals (OJS), Open Source Publishing, population control, Planned Parenthood, predatory practices, pregnancy testing, tetanus toxoid conjugated with βhCG, WHO birth control vaccine
This updated addendum to “HCG Found in WHO Tetanus Vaccine in Kenya Raises Concern in the Developing World” (published October 28, 2017 by OALibJ) addresses arguments claiming to discredit it from John Broughall, a retired microbiologist, and from an unnamed person (or persons) going by the pseudonym “The Original Skeptical Raptor” (hereafter, “Raptor”). Our paper (Oller et al., 2017), hereinafter referred to as the “hCG-paper”, judging from the Web of Science and PubMed databases, was the first peer-reviewed scholarly work showing the scope of the WHO anti-fertility program focusing on “less developed countries” from 1972 to the present: (1) It examined official policy statements from the UN’s largest donor nation dating from 1975 about the perceived need for “far greater efforts at fertility control” especially in “less developed countries” (National Security Council, 1975, 2014). (2) It documented the stream of published research in that program directly or indirectly sponsored by the WHO. (3) It compared the stepped-up dosage schedule used by the WHO in the Kenya 2013-2015 vaccination campaign which was appropriate to their “birth-control” vaccine but radically different from any previously published schedule for ordinary tetanus vaccine. (4) It analyzed and documented the sources of laboratory data from accredited laboratories in Nairobi finding ?hCG in at least one-third of the samples of vaccine actually collected at the 2014 administration sites. (5) It revealed the convergence of all the foregoing sources of information supporting the charge of the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association leveled against the WHO (Kenya Catholic Doctors Association, 2014). In emails to OALibJ, Broughall claimed “ethical concerns” about the hCG-paper urging the publisher to retract it. Raptor said, “Open Access Library Journal . . . is a predatory journal” and the hCG-paper is a “pseudoscientific . . . outright lie” (The Original Skeptical Raptor, 2017).
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