02/16/2018 / By Ethan Huff
The release of Black Panther, the latest comic book feature by Marvel Studios (distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures) has many race-baiters gushing at the thought of the film’s nearly all-black cast supporting a black superhero character – with almost no white people in sight! But if the film was really about giving black people even more of an upper hand in American society, it would discuss actual issues that affect black people, such as the vaccine industry targeting of black people for chemical poisoning and elimination.
As we’ve been saying here at Natural News for quite some time, the black population at large is under constant assault by the very same people and industries that are constantly making much ado about nothing concerning the alleged plight of black people. The left’s beloved Planned Parenthood, for instance, has long been exposed as a eugenics front organization, the purpose of which is to exterminate as many black babies from society as possible.
Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood’s founder, in fact, is on record as having referred to black people as “human weeds,” and a segment of society that she wanted to see annihilated completely. Though Planned Parenthood today would never openly admit to this, it still keeps this agenda on the move by placing its centers in predominantly black neighborhoods where at least 75 percent of the abortions performed are on black babies.
Vaccines have also been used as a weapon not just here in the states, but particularly against black people living in Africa. Microsoft founder Bill Gates is among the many pro-death cultists who have stated on record that vaccines aren’t designed to improve human lives, but rather to eliminate them through depopulation – and he stated this fact at a widely viewed TED conference, no less.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has further admitted that infertility chemicals are secretly being added to vaccines that are administered primarily to black women in Africa as a way of sterilizing them. In a paper published in the journal Scientific Research, study authors admit both the name of this chemical and how it’s used in vaccines as a way of preventing black women in Africa from giving birth to their black children.
“In 1993, WHO announced a ‘birth-control vaccine’ for ‘family planning,'” the paper’s abstract openly admits. “Published research shows that by 1976 WHO researchers had conjugated tetanus toxoid (TT) with human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) producing a ‘birth-control’ vaccine. Conjugating TT with hCG causes pregnancy hormones to be attacked by the immune system. Expected results are abortions in females already pregnant and/or infertility in recipients not yet impregnated. Repeated inoculations prolong infertility.”
As heinous as this all sounds, WHO is actually in the process of developing even more potent anti-fertility vaccines using recombinant DNA, the paper admits. One of the long-range goals of WHO, the paper adds, is to reduce population growth in “less developed countries,” many of which are located in Africa, meaning the targets are most often poor black people.
The creators of Black Panther fail to mention any of this in their film, however. Instead of using this unique opportunity with a large black viewing audience to tell the truth about “humanitarian” organizations like WHO and Planned Parenthood, these social agitators are stoking the flames of anti-white angst among black people, some of whom have been deceived into thinking that white people are their enemies – when in fact their real enemies, who generally aren’t named for fear of backlash, hide behind the curtain.
Watch the Health Ranger’s one-hour science and medicine presentation that provides exhaustive evidence of this covert extermination program carried out in the name of vaccines. The lecture is called The Science Agenda to Exterminate Blacks.
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