Kelly Brook Miscarriage. Was It Caused By Vaccination?

Kelly Brook endured the heartbreak of a late miscarriage, as did other celebrities including Lily Allen and Amanda Holden.  14 weeks was once thought to be the latest time a miscarriage could occur.  Now miscarriages are commonly occurring much nearer to the expected birth date.  Something must be causing it.
Could GM Foods Be Involved?
Genetically Modified Foods are now commonplace in our diet.  Until 2006 the EU resisted the onslaught of GM foods coming from the USA, where the law permits GM to be treated as equivalent to the original foods they are created from.   All data which might show human negative health effects is allowed to be kept secret. Gradually and secretly GM foods have been allowed to infiltrate the EU.  Nothing appears in any media about them.  It’s as if they never existed.  But they are here, as was being made clear in 2006.  Since then, silence on the subject has reigned.
Lily Allen lost her baby at five months last November.  She lost another in 2008.
The New World Order is permitting, or rather encouraging things like spermicidal corn to be produced.  This makes male sperm inactive or dead.  Spermicidal corn was being documented in its early stages of development, but five years ago, a news embargo was created, and all mention of it potentially being fed to humans disappeared.  Since then fertility rates have crashed, with 25% of western couples now unable to conceive.  These two items of information could be related.
There are no reports of GM foods being created to cause miscarriages in women, but there are reports of vaccines being designed for exactly that purpose.   Substances delivered into women’s bodies by vaccines such as the H1N1 vaccine, or vaccines against tetanus, have been associated with the deliberate cause of miscarriages.  
Search on this blog under flu vaccine for an account of this effect from flu vaccines by ten women who lost their babies to the swine flu vaccine. 
Could Vaccines Be Involved?
In a short blogpost there is not the space to give a total picture of all the threads of the depopulation programme.  
Amanda Holden lost her baby two months before it was due
I will, however, copy out the relevant text about the tetanus vaccine being designed to cause miscarriages from the book Seeds Of Destruction, by F.William Engdahl.  This book has been mentioned on this blog most days this week.  It sets the scene about what the world’s ‘health’ agencies are really up to.  If the intention is there to deliberately cause miscarriages through secretive means, there is no doubt the science exists to achieve that, as this extract makes clear – from page 273.  Will people soon be talking about Rockefeller miscarriages?
Tetanus, Rockefeller and The World Health Organisation

The folks at the Rockefeller foundation were deadly serious about wanting to solve the world hunger problem through the worldwide proliferation of GMO seeds and crops. Only their presumed method to do so aimed at a “supply side” solution rather than the “demand side.” They were out to limit population  by going after the human reproductive process itself.

For any skeptics who doubted their intent, they needed only to look at the foundation’s work with the United Nations’ World Health Organization in Mexico, Nicaragua, the Philippines and other poorer developing countries. The foundations had quietly funded a WHO program in “reproductive health, “which had developed an innovative tetanus vaccine. It was no spur of the moment decision by the people at Rockefeller. Nor cold they claim to be unaware of the true nature of their research funding. They had worked with WHO researchers since 1972 to develop a new double-whammy vaccine, at the same time during which the foundation had been funding research in other bio-technology areas including genetically engineered crops.

In the early 1990’s, according to a report from the Global Vaccine Institute, the WHO oversaw massive vaccination campaigns against tetanus in Nicaragua, Mexico and the Philippines. Comite Pro Vida de Mexico, a Roman Catholic lay organization, became suspicious of the motives behind the WHO program and decided to test numerous vials of the vaccine and found them to contain human Chorionic Gonadotrophin, or hCG. 

That was a curious component for a vaccine designed to protect people against lock-jaw arising from infection with rusty nail wounds or other contract with certain bacteria found in soil. The tetanus disease was indeed, also rather rare.

It was also curious because hCG was a natural hormone needed to maintain a pregnancy. 

However, when combined with a tetanus toxoid carrier, it stimulated the formation of antibodies against hCG, rendering a woman incapable of maintaining a pregnancy, a form of concealed abortion. Similar reports of vaccines laced with hCG hormones came from the Philippines and Nicaragua.


The Comite Pro Vida organization confirmed several other curious facts about the WHO vaccination program. The tetanus vaccine had given only to women in the child-bearing ages between 15 to 45. It was not given to men or children. Furthermore, it was usually given in a series of three vaccinations only months apart to insure that women had a high enough dosage of hCG, even though one tetanus injection held for at least ten years. 

The presence of hCG was a clear contamination of the vaccine. None of the women receiving the Tetanus hCG vaccine were told it contained an abortion agent. 

The WHO clearly intended it that way.

Pro Vida dug further and learned that the Rockefeller Foundation, working with John D. Rockefeller III’s Population Council, the World Bank, the UN Development Program and the Ford Foundation, and others had been working with the WHO for 20 years to develop an anti-fertility vaccine using with tetanus as well with other vaccines.

Among those “others” involved in funding the WHO research was a list which included the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, and a number of universities, including Uppsala in Sweden, Helsinki University, and Ohio State University. The list also included the US Government, through its National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, a part of National Institutes of Health (NIH). The latter US Government agency supplied the hCG hormone in some of the anti-fertility vaccine experiments.

The respected British medical journal, The Lancet, in a June 11, 1988 article entitled “Clinical Trials of a WHO Birth Control Vaccine,” confirmed the findings of the Comite Pro Vida  de Mexico. Why a tetanus Toxoid “Carrier”? Because the human body does not attack its own naturally occuring hormone hCG, the body has to be fooled into treating hCG as an invading enemy in order to develop a successful anti-fertility vaccine utilizing hCG antibodies, according G.P. Talwar, one of the scientists involved.

By mid 1993, the WHO had spent a total of $365 million of its scarce research funds on what it euphemistically dubbed “reproductive health,” including research on implanting hCG into tetanus vaccines. WHO officials declined to explain why women they had vaccinated had developed anti-hCG antibodies.

They dismissed the findings of Pro Vida by claiming the charges were coming from “Right to Life and Catholic sources;” as if that should indicate some fatal bias. If you can’t deny the message, at least try to discredit the messenger.

When four additional vials of the tetanus vaccine used on women in the Philippines were sent to St. Luke’s Lutheran Medical Center in Manila, where all four tested positive for hCG, the officials at WHO shifted. The WHO now claimed the hCG had come from the manufacturing process.

The vaccine had been produced by Connaught Laboratories Ltd of Canada, Intervex and CSL Laboratories of Australia. Connaught, one of the world’s largest producers of vaccines, was part of the French pharmaceutical Rhone Poulenc group. Among others research projects, Connaught was engaged in producing a genetically engineered version of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, (HIV).
Population reduction and genetically engineered crops were clearly part of the same broad strategy: the drastic reduction of the the world’s population. 

It was in fact a sophisticated form of what the Pentagon termed biological warfare, promulgated under the name of “solving the world hunger problem.”

If they can set up vaccines designed to cause miscarriages  by mixing female hormones with toxins to make the body attack its own ability to carry a pregnancy, they could also achieve the same ends with more time by developing GM foods designed to build an antibody reaction against hCG.  If women are not being deliberately innoculated with an abortion tendency by vaccines,  they could be eating their miscarriages in soya or corn by now, or potatoes.  

But as no reporting about GM foods is being made anywhere in the media, at this stage, we can only guess.  The way to defend oneself is to eat locally grown food from own-grown seeds, and avoid all vaccines, especially during and before pregnancy.

No wonder Bill Gates of Microsoft fame said in a speech that there was a plan to control the world’s population through vaccination.

Via email –

I’ve made time over the last few days’ to do a little research into this Late miscarriage in Pregnancy subject.  Most sites I’ve visited agree that it is very rare!  and yet it’s happened to 3 well known women in less than a year!  Something is not right here.  Alarm bells should be ringing loud and clear.  It would be interesting to know what vaccines these women might have had in the last 10 years or so.  I don’t suppose we will ever get to find that out though.  Actually, most women that have suffered this devastating loss
so late in their pregnancies say it is not really accurate to describe it as a miscarriage.  It is in reality a stillbirth, with all the physical pain and other physical changes that happen to the female body at this time.  Poor things, my heart goes out to them.


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2 Responses to “Kelly Brook Miscarriage. Was It Caused By Vaccination?”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Average age is increasing which should account for some of it. There is also statistical clustering which may make recent high profile cases appear more of a trend than they are.

    That said, someone I know had a very late term miscarriage due to a very rare problem last year. Strangely, another woman in her region had a late miscarriage exactly the same way on the same day. The doctors were amazed because they rarely get that problem even in a year. Creepily, this occurred on that 10/10/10 day.

    Could someone have spiked the water supply?

  2. Tapestry says:

    Water could be a contributory factor, but as we know there are targeted programmes designed to cause miscarriages being put into action, as this blogpost describes, why look at other causes?

    The use of vaccines to cause miscarriage and the possible use of GM food technology to achieve the same ends should be investigated. But as our own government and media are slaves to the same power source that delivers these programmes, we are not likely to find out in a hurry.

    The only way for people to find out about the threats they face is to buy books like Seeds of Destruction, or read blogs like this.

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