Int’l Women’s Day: Women reclaim their stewardship of life, reject GMOs, GMO vaccines

Sylvia Gonzales & Esther Rhodes
Food Freedom News

Women and children’s bodies are the very source of the world’s future. Yet women and children’s bodies are at the heart of the corporate assault. That is the reality women face on this year’s International Women’s Day (March 8).

During WWII, IG Farben, the pharmaceutical and chemical giant of the day, experimented on women prisoners at Auschwitz, attempting to develop a vaccine that could covertly sterilize people at routine doctors’ appointments.

Is this a women’s issue?

Today, the University of Georgia Research Foundation, controlled by pharma, holds a patent entitled “a fertility impairing vaccine.” The patent refers to polysorbate 80 as the “preferred ingredient.”

Is this a women’s issue?

Polysorbate 80 is in the h1n1 vaccine which people avoided because it was untested. The CDC put pregnant women first in line for that vaccine, a vaccine containing 250 times more mercury than EPA deems safe, a vaccine to allegedly protect against a pandemic. But the CDC invented the pandemic with data which was as much as 98% false. Now it will not publish the real data it holds showing that 1000s of women aborted immediately after taking the H1N1 vaccine, often far into normal pregnancies. The H1N1 is now hidden inside the flu vaccine.

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