The WHO is calling on countries to demand more vaccinations at lower prices.
The World Health Organization (WHO), through its executive body, The World Health Assembly, has approved a resolution that calls for more affordable vaccines and greater transparency in the pricing of vaccines.
Despite historically abundant data regarding vaccine ineffectiveness and proven dangers, especially in children, the WHO insists on calling for an increased use of vaccines to “fight disease” worldwide.
The text approved by the WHO indicates the “concern” that has been generated regarding its global immunization coverage, which according to the text has increased only “slightly” from the end of the first decade of the century.
Although it has been proven that increases in disease are strongly related to lifestyle changes, environmental pollution and lack of nutrition, to cite three factors, the medical establishment insists in pushing dangerously contaminated vaccines whose effectiveness is far from being proven.
“In 2013 more than 21 million children under one year did not complete all three doses of DTP (diphtheria, pertussis and tetanus),” recalls the resolution adopted at the 68th meeting, held until Tuesday in Geneva. The WHO forgot to point out in its report, that DTP vaccines can cause brain damage and death.
The text voted late Monday afternoon added that many countries each year, “expressed concern about the unaffordable cost of new vaccines and call on the international community to support strategies to reduce prices.”
This is a very effective strategy by health authorities, both at the national and international levels. They launch campaigns claiming that access to certain pharmaceutical products are unaffordable or scarce to have people react in fear and demand more vaccines, even though vaccines never helped prevent or cure disease.
Examples of this practice include the H1N1 fake scare and the resurgence of once eradicated diseases, which according to the WHO are making a comeback because of lack of vaccination, when in reality the reasons are lack of sanitation and proper nutrition.
WHO is also warning of “inequality” between countries, because there are some who have no income to bring universal vaccination for everyone. Inequality is a very effective propaganda weapon used by the elite to push for changes that are beneficial to them.
Politicians and philanthropists spend more time talking about inequality than poverty, for example. That is because inequality immediately activates people’s radar for what they may think is living in unfair, less advantageous conditions; as if having they are being robbed of something they are entitled to, such as access to more vaccinations.
That is why we hear more politicians and philanthropists, who have a stake in Big Pharma and other corporations, talk about all kinds of inequality: social inequality, environmental inequality and now vaccination inequality. It is a con game. The catch in each of those arguments is that members of the elite seek to sway public opinion in the direction that is favorable to them, not to the large masses, however, most people are not sophisticated enough to understand it.
Another problem is the “shortage” of some traditional vaccines such as that for measles and rubella. This statement again goes against scientific observation on the field, which concludes that increases in disease incidence have nothing to do with lack of vaccination, but with drinking contaminated water, breathing polluted air and eating pesticide infested foods.
The General Assembly recalls that at times immunizations do not arrive on time, so immunization schedules are not respected, and calls for the improvement of production and distribution systems.
“The resolution breaks the schemes on this issue as it is one of the first occasions on which 60 countries are publicly positioned against the high cost of vaccines and the lack of transparency on prices,” said Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in a note.
WHO recommends greater price transparency of the vaccine as a key step towards improving accessibility. “Publicly available information on prices of vaccines is limited,” he says. “And that data availability is important to facilitate the efforts of Member States to introduce new vaccines,” says the text.
The WHO is calling on countries to demand more vaccinations at lower prices because most third world nations have no economic means to sustain traditional vaccination campaigns, yet it does not talk about improving living conditions in those countries so people can have access to clean water, pesticide and GMO free food, housing and other basic needs.
“This resolution also reflects the sad reality of some vaccines that are too expensive for many of the world’s population,” said Manica Balasegaram, executive director of the Campaign for Access to Essential Medicines at MSF.
“If governments do not take concrete steps to deal with vaccine prices, they will be forced to make difficult decisions against which diseases they can afford to protect their children.” As many people are aware, no independent study has ever tested any vaccine for its efficiency in preventing disease. In fact, in the last few years fully vaccinated populations are victims of disease outbreaks against which they have already been vaccinated.
As we have explained in previous articles that describe how to promote health and what kinds of foods and products people should stay away from to prevent disease, it is clear that the world’s health authorities do not want to accept that good health begins from the inside and that it cannot be achieved from the outside.
Eating nutritious food and supplementing our diets with vitamines and minerals are key to having a strong immune system that can undoubtedly deal with most disease. Instead, the WHO and many doctors out there still promote vaccines loaded with syntetic chemicals as the solution to supposedly prevent and cure disease.