Gates Foundation Sterilized Hundreds of Thousands of Young Girls in India with HPV Vaccine?

August 28, 2020

Comments by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

In this explosive interview independent journalist Ben Swann interviews filmmaker Mikki Willis, who just recently released Plandemic 2. See:

PLANDEMIC: Full Feature Film Released Online Amidst Tremendous Opposition and Attempts to Censor it

Mikki Willis, in his research for producing Plandemic, looked into the scandal in years past that occurred in India with the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation, and other groups that they funded, in developing and testing the HPV vaccine, which resulted in up to a half million young girls in India becoming sterile.

Mr. Willis reveals that he began investigating this issue about 10 years ago, just prior to the birth of his first child, to better understand the history of vaccines.

He was shocked to find out that many of the videos documenting this scandal in India had been scrubbed from the Internet, forcing him to go directly to sources in India to interview about what actually happened.

Health Impact News has been publishing the crimes of Bill Gates and the HPV scandal for several years as well. Here are some previous articles we have done in the past about this scandal in India, as well as other crimes committed against the children of India which involved more than just the HPV vaccine:


Gates Foundation Funds Surveillance of Anti-Vaccine Groups

Confirmed: India’s Polio Eradication Campaign in 2011 Caused 47,500 Cases of Vaccine-Induced Polio Paralysis


Bill Gates Funded Group Accused of Breaking Law in HPV Vaccine Trials in India Resulting in Fatalities

Pediatrician predicts Bill Gates and the WHO will kill 3,125 babies with their 5-in-1 vaccine

Bill Gates Continues ‘God’s Work’, Third World Vaccine Workers Shot Dead

India Questions Efficacy and Safety of HPV Vaccine Amid Allegations of Ethical Violations


Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Vaccine Empire on Trial in India

Censored in U.S. Media, Killer Vaccines Exposed in India and Around the World

Doctors and Scientists tell India Prime Minister to Stop Unnecessary Vaccines

Supreme Court in India to Rule on Merck Fraud Regarding HPV Vaccine Deaths

Will India be First Country to Revoke Marketing Licenses for HPV Vaccines?


India Still Reporting Cases of Polio-like Acute Flaccid Paralysis

Developing World – The WHO’s Private Vaccine Laboratory

The Polio Vaccine Continues to Spread Polio and Harm People in Poor Countries

After the Gardasil HPV scandal, according to Mr. Willis, India kicked Bill Gates and all of the organizations tied to him for vaccine research and development out of India.

But today, they are apparently back in India testing COVID vaccines on unsuspecting poor people.

Watch the interview with Mikki Willis: gardasil_collage-3

Images of a few of the women we have done articles about over the years who had their lives destroyed by the HPV vaccine. This is just a sample.

Gardasil Ruined My Life #getversed

14-Year-Old Active Girl in Wisconsin Suffers Over 300 Seizures After Gardasil Vaccine – Doctor Refuses to Consider Gardasil Cause due to Fear of Losing Research Funding

Illinois Teen Dies Three Weeks After Being Injected with HPV Gardasil Vaccine

California Nurse Gives Gardasil Vaccine to Own Daughter who Develops Leukemia and Dies

Infant Accidentally Vaccinated with Gardasil – Mother Blamed for Vaccine Injuries and Baby Medically Kidnapped

The Happy-go-Lucky Girl I had Pre-HPV Vaccine is Gone Forever

Iowa Girl Faces Death: Life Destroyed by Gardasil Vaccine

Gardasil Vaccine Given without Consent and Ruins Life of 14 Year Old Girl

After 3 Years of Suffering 19 Year Old Girl Dies from Gardasil Vaccine Injuries

Gardasil: The Decision We Will Always Regret

15 Year Old French Girl’s “Descent into Hell” After Gardasil Vaccine – Wheelchair Bound and Paralyzed

The Gardasil Vaccine After-Life: My Daughter is a Shadow of Her Former Self

Gardasil: An Experience no Child Should Have to Go Through

I Want my Daughter’s Life Back the Way it was Before Gardasil

Gardasil Vaccine: Destroyed and Abandoned

15-Year-Old Vaccinated by Force with Gardasil now Suffers from Paralysis and Pain

Recovering from my Gardasil Vaccine Nightmare

Gardasil: We Thought It Was The Right Choice

“HPV Vaccine Has Done This to My Child”

13 Year Old World Championship Karate Student Forced to Quit After Gardasil Vaccine

If I Could Turn Back Time, Korey Would not Have Received any Gardasil Shots

What Doctors Don’t Tell You: Our Gardasil Horror Story

Family Fights U.S. Government over Compensation for Gardasil Vaccine Injuries

Gardasil: When Will our Nightmare End?

HPV Vaccine Injuries: “I Cannot Begin to Describe What it is Like to Watch your Daughter Live in Such Agony”

Gardasil: Don’t Let Your Child Become “One Less”

The Gardasil Vaccine Changed Our Definition of “Normal”

Gardasil: I Should Have Researched First

“They’ve Been Robbed of Their Womanhood” – Local Milwaukee Media Covers Gardasil Vaccine Injuries

Gardasil: The Day Our Daughter’s Life Changed

Gardasil: The Decision I will Always Regret

Gardasil Vaccine: One More Girl Dead

Gardasil: A Parent’s Worst Nightmare

After Gardasil: I Simply Want my Healthy Daughter Back

Gardasil: My Family Suffers with Me

Gardasil Changed my Health, my Life, and Family’s Lives Forever

Gardasil: Ashlie’s Near-Death Experience

Gardasil: My Daughter’s Worst Nightmare

My Personal Battle After the Gardasil Vaccine

Gardasil: The Worst Thing That Ever Happened to Me

A Ruined Life from Gardasil

HPV Vaccines: My Journey Through Gardasil Injuries

The Dark Side of Gardasil – A Nightmare that Became Real

Toddler Wrongly Injected with Gardasil Vaccine Develops Rare Form of Leukaemia

We have published hundreds of stories about Gardasil over the past few years, and not just personal stories of the vaccine’s effects, but also articles uncovering the corruption that allowed this vaccine to come to market, and published scientific studies, all outside the U.S., showing how dangerous this vaccine really is. Many countries, like Japan, do not recommend this vaccine any longer.

5 Characteristics of Antiquated Leaders

Ron Edmondson

By Ron EdmondsonAugust 26, 2020

Many leaders in senior positions these days developed their leadership style in another generation. This has produced a plethora of what I call antiquated leaders.

What’s important in leadership has changed from when I entered the field of leadership.

Leadership principles and practices have had to change because organizations and people have changed.

These leaders create tension in many organizations, including many churches today.

Here are some characteristics: 

Antiquated leaders keep people in a box.

There was once a day that through policies and rules you could control an employee’s actions. This is not true anymore. People won’t stay in a boxes these days, as they demand opportunities for growth.

Antiquated leaders control information.

Information is king and these days people have information available to them in the palm of their hands — literally. Today’s leaders must be free with transparent and current information – including what’s stirring in the leader’s mind and where the organization is going.

Antiquated leaders enforce waiting periods on young leaders.

Keeping young leaders at a distance won’t work anymore. Young leaders today want an opportunity to explore, take risks, and make an impact in the world — NOW; therefore successful leaders learn to tap into this energy.

Antiquated leaders assume a paycheck is enough motivation.

Today’s workforce demands more. They want to know they are doing good work and what they are doing is making a difference and is valued on the team. By the way, the annual company picnic won’t cut it anymore either.

Antiquated leaders make the work environment strictly business. 

The younger generation mixes business with pleasure, so they want to enjoy their workplace environment. Today’s leaders must learn to celebrate along the way to success.

Nigeria’s Accountant General fumes over SEC’s remittance of N86.8m out of N4b generated revenue in 2019

The least of such remittances expected from the SEC from N4 billion revenue is N846 million, meaning that the agency owes the Federal Government N760 million

Source: Accountant General fumes over SEC’s remittance of N86.8m out of N4b generated revenue in 2019 | The ICIR

Why Some Palestinians Support the Israel-UAE Accord

Some Palestinians do not share their leaders’ rage toward the United Arab Emirates. These Palestinians say they are worried that the Palestinian leadership’s overreaction to the UAE-Israel deal is counterproductive and will cause further harm to the

Source: Why Some Palestinians Support the Israel-UAE Accord

‘I escaped from police custody, killed another woman’ – suspected Ibadan serial killer

So after I went out to bath at about 7:00 p.m., I noticed the policeman was not concentrating because he had warned us not to attempt to…

Source: How I escaped from police custody, killed another woman – suspected Ibadan serial killer | The ICIR

Asymptomatic People No Longer Require CCP Virus Test: New CDC Guidance

A worker handles a swab test for COVID-19 at a testing site at the Anaheim Convention Center, in Anaheim, Calif., on July 15, 2020. (John Fredricks/The Epoch Times)

A worker handles a swab test for COVID-19 at a testing site at the Anaheim Convention Center, in Anaheim, Calif., on July 15, 2020. (John Fredricks/The Epoch Times)

Fauci says he was undergoing surgery when task force discussion took place

By Isabel van Brugen August 27, 2020 The Epoch Times

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has narrowed its CCP virus testing recommendations to say that asymptomatic people no longer need to be tested for COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus.

“You do not necessarily need a test unless you are a vulnerable individual or your health care provider or state or local public health officials recommend you take one,” the CDC said Monday in its updated guidelines.

People who have no symptoms of COVID-19 “do not necessarily need a test,” even if they have been in close contact (within 6 feet) with an individual who has tested positive for the virus for at least 15 minutes, the CDC now recommends.

However, individuals who are “vulnerable”  are exempt from these recommendations, the federal agency said. The CDC recommends that individuals should get tested if their health care provider or state or local public health officials recommend they do so.

“A negative test does not mean you will not develop an infection from the close contact or contract an infection at a later time,” the CDC said. “It is important to realize that you can be infected and spread the virus but feel well and have no symptoms.”

The federal agency previously advised that all people who came into close proximity with a COVID-19-positive patient should be tested for the virus, even if they displayed no symptoms.

Adm. Brett Giroir, the assistant secretary for health with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) told Fox News in a statement that the updated guidance places emphasis on testing individuals with symptomatic illness or those with a significant exposure to COVID-19.

It also recommends testing vulnerable populations, including residents and staff in nursing homes or long term care facilities, critical infrastructure workers, healthcare workers and first responders, and those individuals (who may be asymptomatic) when prioritized by public health officials.

“And finally, through continuously evaluating the data we know we have strong, proven preventive measures for reducing the spread of COVID-19: wearing a face mask, watching your distance, washing your hands, and avoid large gatherings and crowded indoor spaces,” Giroir added.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the White House pandemic task force member and top infectious diseases expert, meanwhile, told CNN that while the Aug. 20 task force meeting for the discussion on the updated guidelines was taking place, he was undergoing surgery to remove a growth from his vocal cord. Giroir previously signaled that Fauci had signed off on the guidelines when asked by reporters Wednesday.

Dr. Anthony Fauci
Dr. Anthony Fauci (L), director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, speaks in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington on April 29, 2020. (Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images)

“I was under general anesthesia in the operating room and was not part of any discussion or deliberation regarding the new testing recommendations,” Fauci said.

He added that he is concerned the updated guidelines will downplay the threat of asymptomatic COVID-19 spread.

“I am concerned about the interpretation of these recommendations and worried it will give people the incorrect assumption that asymptomatic spread is not of great concern. In fact it is,” Fauci said.

Fauci in June highlighted the challenge posed by the high asymptomatic spread of COVID-19, which some research has put at up to 45 percent.

“Asymptomatic persons seem to account for approximately 40 percent to 45 percent of SARS-CoV-2 infections, and they can transmit the virus to others for an extended period, perhaps longer than 14 days,” according to the abstract of a study published on June 3 in the Annals of Internal Medicine.

“We now know the level of virus in an asymptomatic person is about the same as the level of virus in somebody who has symptoms,” Fauci said at the time in remarks to The Washington Post. “So it’s like, oh my goodness, how do you address that?”

China’s ‘Debt-Trap’ Diplomacy with Third-World Nations

Chinese Communist Party Chairman Xi Jinping’s grand thoroughfares are now global in scope, extending as far as Djibouti, a strategic maritime chokepoint in Africa, just west of the Arabian Peninsula, or Ecuador, home to South America’s third-largest oil

Source: China’s ‘Debt-Trap’ Diplomacy with Third-World Nations

“Lack of education leads to lag in everything”, Jyotiba Phule:

Brain Figuring

Lokesh Umak

Mahatma, Jyotiba Phule

The true man of society, reformer, origin of Indian education system for girls. A great thinker and seeker of social justice. Progressive participation in eradication of untouchables and anti-caste system.

Jyotiba Phule Art by Chetan Waghmare

Jyotiba Phule (b. 11 April 1827–28 Nov 1890) was a real Mahatma of India and his contribution was priceless. Not limited to Maharashtra, but also the entire nation and its education system of 18s. In India, naming system was solely dependent on the nature of work and hence last name of Jyotiba was Gorhe. He was born in Mali caste and his family business was like growing flowering plants in his farm. The family earning was selling the flowers for social events like weddings, birthdays etc. And Jyotiba Govind Gorhe turned into Jyotiba Phule (Phul in India called as flower).
Phule was a real seeker and supporter of truth and social justice. His Nobel thinking ability was never less than any philosopher and always inclined toward the betterment of social status of women. It mostly focused on formation and building better country free from anti-caste system and equality to untouchables.

Lack of education lead to lack of wisdom,
Which leads to lack of morals,
Thus, it leads to lack of progress,
Then it leads to lack of money,
And again it leads to the oppression of the lower classes,
See what state of the society one lack of education can cause!

Jyotiba Phule

His propelling idea behind his life were many, Jyotiba and his wife, Savitri Bai Phule. They brought many positive changes to the society and lower caste communities.
Before India could evolve great leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, M K Gandhi was an emerging a student that time or maybe he was amateur (Gandhi was a brilliant student, he finished his graduation in 1887) and B R Ambedkar was born after one year Jyotiba was died. The characteristics of Phule observed in the life of Ambedkar and his work in reformation of Dalit society.

In the year 1873, Jyotiba had formed Satyashodhak Samaj (society of seeker of truth) the motive toward finding the group was to eradicate untouchables and anti-caste system from the society.
Women in India of 18s were so weak in education (almost illiterate) or neither they could enrol themselves in any school or colleges (key job of any woman was working in farm or housewife).

His wife, Savitri was the first woman in India who triggered the education system for women and became first lady teacher of India.

There was only one lady from the Bombay Presidency (India). Anandi Bai Gopalrao Joshi who had graduated from the University of the United States, who got her degree in medical science.
Injustice to Jyotiba of the caste system sparked the fire. It rose to high in his heart due to insult in wedding of one of his friends.

The Brahmin family friend and his parents considered Jyotiba from a lower-caste and category (one of the untouchables) and his parents abused him.
The incident changed the ambition and thinking in his life looking at poverty. Especially the ones who belong to lowered caste and untouchability.

His thoughts provoked him incredibly when he had read Rights of Man by Thomas Paine in 1848. The radical thoughts started awakening the real Phule and thus he started speaking. And developing social justice awareness among the youth and society of poor at the age of 22.
To start these, he had started teaching Savitri Phule. Jyotiba was aware about the facts. To start bringing the change in society, first educate women of India (all mothers).

Establishment of First School for Girl

1848, After breaking the many barriers and hard work, the couple could finally establish their first school for girls in Pune, exactly 99 years ago of republic India. They had paid price for this (Phule and his wife was forced to leave the house of his parents).

In short, opponents had forcefully thrown out of the community including his family members. Later, students from the Dalit caste also had started attending their school. Apart from these, he immensely supported widow marriage, built homes for lower-caste widows in 1854. Allowed his water-wells for usage to all his newly formed community.

His message to the people was simple,

Visiting temples, it means it is a way ruling of sickness of human mental. And going to school… It means a way of bringing brightness in life.

Mahatma Phule