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GSK’s Mosquirix Effective?


The world’s first malaria vaccine has cleared one of the final hurdles prior to being approved for use in Africa.

The European Medicines Agency gave a positive scientific opinion after assessing its safety and effectiveness.

“Kids in Africa will benefit from it,” said Joe Cohen, co-inventor of the vaccine ‘mosquirix’.

“The target population is kids under the age of 5.”

The vaccine will not stop malaria, but will add onto the benefits of other prevention measures, said Dr Fatoumata Nafo-Traore, executive director of the “Roll Back Malaria Partnership”.

“It is an important achievement and we appreciate the positive feedback,” she added.

Malaria kills around 584,000 people a year worldwide, most of them children under five in sub-Saharan Africa.

Note: The vaccine will NOT STOP malaria, so there goes any claim of effectiveness. Only 1 in 3 maybe protected! Also requires 4 injections (introduction of toxins and dna altering vectors) for children between the ages of 6 weeks to 17 months.
The same WHO that refuses to allow open testing of contaminated Tetanus vaccines in Kenya will now distribute this malaria “vaccine”.

Malaria vaccine gets ‘green light’ – BBC News


The world’s first malaria vaccine has cleared one of the final hurdles prior to being approved for use in Africa.

The European Medicines Agency gave a positive scientific opinion after assessing its safety and effectiveness.

It represents a ‘green light’ for the Mosquirix jab, developed by GlaxoSmithKline.

The World Health Organization will consider later this year whether to recommend it for children, among whom trials have yielded mixed results.

Malaria kills around 584,000 people a year worldwide, most of them children under five in sub-Saharan Africa.
‘Dream come true’

Mosquirix, otherwise known as the RTS,S vaccine, is the first against a parasitic infection in humans.

Dr Ripley Ballou, head of research at GSK vaccines, said: “This is a hugely significant moment. I’ve been working on this vaccine for 30 years and this is a dream come true.”

Note: It will be interesting to watch the narrative on this “Malaria vaccine” as malaria is a parasite not a virus.

WHO – Ebola Situation Report – 22 July 2015


There were 26 confirmed cases of Ebola virus disease (EVD) reported in the week to 19 July: 22 in Guinea and 4 in Sierra Leone. Liberia reported no new cases
Ebola Situation Report - 22 July 2015

Country Case definition Cumulative cases Cases in past 21 days Cumulative deaths
Guinea Confirmed 3322 53 2062
Probable 450 * 450
Suspected 11 *
Total 3783 53 2512
Liberia§ Confirmed 3151
Probable 1879
Suspected 5636
Total 10 666 4806
Liberia** Confirmed 6 6 2
Probable 0 *
Suspected *
Total 6 6 2
Sierra Leone Confirmed 8692 27 3583
Probable 287 * 208
Suspected 4271 * 158
Total 13 250 27 3949
Total Confirmed 15 171 86
Probable 2616 *
Suspected 9918 *
Total 27 705 86 11 269

Note: Data published by WHO. Its veracity or omissions reside with them and their partner organisations.

Vaccine, Not Ebola, Made Doc Sick, Study Finds


Just 12 hours after he got an experimental Ebola vaccine, and just two days after he stuck himself with a needle while caring for Ebola patients in September, Dr. Lewis Rubinson started getting sick.

By then, Rubinson was aboard a jet, being evacuated from Sierra Leone to the United States. He wasn’t sure if he was infected with Ebola or if the vaccine was causing a reaction. He was en route to strict isolation at the National Institutes of Health outside Washington D.C.

Months later, it’s fairly clear the vaccine caused the reaction
. He has no trace of Ebola infection. What’s not entirely clear is whether the vaccine stopped the virus from taking hold, or whether he was never infected in the first place.


Globalist David Rockefeller Turns 100 YEARS OLD!

Note: Death panels, eugenics, population control for humanity but longevity for him, Billy Boy Gates, Georgie Soros and co. The evidence against your cabal of oligarchs is pretty damning.

Fantasy: “vaccines remarkably safe and effective”


For years, critics on the fringes of medicine have pointed to problems with vaccines. It is generally acknowledged that, given to people whose immune systems are compromised, they can be immunosuppressive.

And from time to time, stories have surfaced about vaccines which have been dangerously contaminated by extraneous viruses or bacteria, as a result of the manufacturing process.

We are taught to believe that untoward reactions to vaccines are rare, and that there has never been a question about the overwhelming success of all vaccines at all times, wherever they have been used.

The history of vaccines, though, shows a much more disturbing record than one might think. Here is a series of excerpts from authors on the subject. It is a quite different slant on vaccines.

“The combined death rate from scarlet fever, diphtheria, whooping cough and measles among children up to fifteen shows that nearly 90 percent of the total decline in mortality between 1860 and 1965 had occurred before the introduction of antibiotics and widespread immunization. In part, this recession may be attributed to improved housing and to a decrease in the virulence of micro-organisms, but by far the most important factor was a higher host-resistance due to better nutrition.” Ivan Illich, Medical Nemesis, Bantam Books, 1977

Occupy London – March Against Monsanto 24th May 2014


GMOs are not adequately monitored to ensure public safety. Long term, independent, peer reviewed studies were not conducted before GMOs were introduced for human or animal consumption.

In the USA, the revolving door between Monsanto employees, government positions, and regulatory authorities has led to key Monsanto figures occupying positions of power at the FDA and EPA. Monsanto has spent hundreds of millions of dollars to obstruct all labeling attempts; they also suppress any research containing results not in their favor.

The scientifically established health risks include, but are not limited to: organ damage, sterility, infant mortality, birth defects, auto-immune conditions, allergies and increased cancer risks. GMOs have been partially banned by Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Japan, Luxembourg, Madeira, New Zealand, Peru, South America, Russia, France, Switzerland and Costa Rico, and are currently labelled in 62 countries. Despite this, factory farm animals throughout the world are still fed GMOs.


The African Centre for Biosafety (ACB) lodged a complaint to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) following an advertisement on Radio 702 by Monsanto wherein Monsanto claims that GM crops are safe and sustainable.


WHO – Ebola Situation Report – 20 May 2015

WHO Sitrep 20May2015
“The week to 17 May saw the highest weekly total of confirmed cases of Ebola virus disease (EVD) for over a month, with 35 cases reported from Guinea and Sierra Leone. This is a substantial increase compared with 9 cases reported the previous week”.

Country Case definition Cumulative cases Cases in past 21 days Cumulative deaths
Guinea Confirmed 3201 43 1988
Probable 419 * 419
Suspected 15 *
Total 3635 43 2407
Liberia§ Confirmed 3151 0
Probable 1879 *
Suspected 5636 *
Total 10 666 0 4806
Sierra Leone Confirmed 8605 19 3541
Probable 287 * 208
Suspected 3740 * 158
Total 12 632 19 3907
Total Confirmed 14 957 62
Probable 2585 *
Suspected 9391 *
Total 26 933 62 11 120

Note: Officially, Liberia is still Ebola free.

WHO – The Ebola outbreak in Liberia is over

WHO statement
9 May 2015

Today, 9 May 2015, WHO declares Liberia free of Ebola virus transmission. Forty-two days have passed since the last laboratory-confirmed case was buried on 28 March 2015. The outbreak of Ebola virus disease in Liberia is over.

Interruption of transmission is a monumental achievement for a country that reported the highest number of deaths in the largest, longest, and most complex outbreak since Ebola first emerged in 1976. At the peak of transmission, which occurred during August and September 2014, the country was reporting from 300 to 400 new cases every week.

Note: We await Ebola’s eradication in Sierra Leone and Guinea to finally assess the full impact of Ebola on this region of West Africa and the extent it has provided cover for Anglo-saxon corporate interests.