Today I read this headline with a great sense of relief:
“The Indian government has severed all financial ties between the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization (NTAGI)”
The Gates foundation’s Immunization Technical Support Unit (ITSU) had served as the secretariat of NTAGI. The severing of ties happened because the government believed that the Gates Foundation had conflicts of interest due to their financial ties to the Pharmaceutical industry.
Investigations by the Supreme Courts of India found that the Gates Foundation had committed a number of unsupportable acts, including testing dangerous vaccines on poor and unwitting children in developing nations. This included trials of Gardasil on 16,000 school children in Andhra Pradesh, India. According to the Economic Times India, many of the children fell violently ill after the vaccine, and five or more died. In another trial, 14,000 children in Vadodara, Gujarat, were vaccinated for HPV, with hundreds being greatly injured and two dying. Illiterate parents were coerced into signing permission without realizing the dangers. In Gouro, Chad in Northern Africa, the Gates Foundation funded trials of an experimental meningitis vaccine and the children were threatened into taking the vaccine without their parent’s consent. In 2013 the Gates Foudation used similar tactics to vaccinate Pakistani children with a 5-in-1 pentavalent vaccine. Many children came down with deadly non-polio acute flaccid paralysis.
For some time Indian doctors had been questioning the safety of vaccines. As early as 2010, in Chennai, the Union Health Ministry reported that 128 children had died from adverse effects of a vaccine. The corruption involved in the vaccination movement was pointed out by Dr. Vipin Vashishtha of the Indian Academy of Paediatricians. He stated that money from vaccine manufacturers was corrupting the immunization guidelines. He noted that the people making decisions about guidelines were on the board of vaccine manufacturers, who paid them.
In the U.S., Pharma has corrupted much of the government and draconian vaccine laws are being pushed by Pharma surrogates. The new laws make vaccines mandatory, regardless of the danger, while drug companies have been given immunity from lawsuit. Vaccines begin at birth, and children are obliged to submit to 69 vaccinations by age 17. Our Centers for Disease Control (CDC) now estimates that 1 in 50 children, ages 6 to 17, have been diagnosed with an autism disorder.
The U.S. fell prey to Pharma money and propaganda, but India was vigilant and their democratic processes were still intact. India got it right.
In this Issue:
Interview – Dr. Navneet Bidani shares his wisdom on a number of topics today. Dr. Bidani’s special areas of interest are pediatric and psychiatric disorders including Autism, ADHD, Depression, Schizophrenia and OCD’s. Dr. Bidani is a member of the South Delhi Homoeopathic Association and an editor of the homoeopathic journal: SDHA Chronicle.
Tidbits – Elaine Lewis
The Constitutional Similar – A new Gateway to the Simillimum – Dr. Frederic Schmidt
Homeopathic Facial Analysis – Methodology – Louise Barton
Mother Tinctures in Diabetes – Dr. Amit Karkare
Altitude Sickness – Allyson McQuinn
Allergy in Homeopathy – Dr. Atul Rajgurav
Infantile Colic – Robert Medhurst
Sleep Apnea – Dr. Amit Karkare
How I Came to Homeopathy – John Board – Film Maker
The Soul of Remedies – Elaps – Dr. Rajan Sankaran
Lillium Tigrinum – Dr. Sanjay Jadhav
Quicksilver: The Unfolded Facts – Dr. Bhaskar Sarkar
TIPS & SECRETS – Alan V. Schmukler
Two Cases of Cervical Cancer – Dr. Pranali Kamat
Chronic vertigo – An Acute Reveals the Remedy – Tsvetana Kodjabasheva
Chronic Inflammation of Cervix –Cured without Surgery – Dr. Vinit Monga
Endometriosis and Secondary Infertility -Zaklina Dodig-Soklic
Chronic Cough in a Young Child – Sohani Gonzalez
Hypertension in a Man of 46 – Ana Isabel Neto
Constitutional Approach to a Case of Hypertension – Dr. Parth Aphale
Gall Stones Resolved Without Surgery – Dr. Punit Sarpal
Ask the Holistic Vet – Dr. Deva Khalsa, holistic veterinarian answers veterinary questions from readers. Send your questions to [email protected]
Discovering Life: Homeopathic portraits – An In-Depth Modern Materia Medica by Luc De Schepper, MD, is reviewed by Dr. Henry Stephenson.
Bowel Nosode Materia Medica and Repertory of the Bowel Nosodes with Therapeutics index, Themes and Regional Leaders, both by Anthony Bickley – reviewed by Rochelle Marsden
Lac Remedies in Practice by Philip Bailey M.D. – reviewed by Richard Pitt
Ask the Plant Doctor – Agrohomeopath Radko Tichavsky answers readers’ questions about houseplants and crops. Send your questions to: [email protected]
QUIZ – Elaine Lewis – Sharpen your skills with this monthly quiz from Elaine Lewis. Also, see “Revisiting” to learn the answer to last month’s quiz.
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