[SaneVax: Mass hysteria, conversion disorder, psychogenic illness, munchausen by proxy, fabricated illness – all are terms familiar to those who happen to experience a new medical condition after vaccination. Anyone in their right mind would consider all options before throwing out terms like this when multiple children are paralyzed who have one thing in common – recent vaccination with a new meningitis vaccine called MenAfriVac.]
Who is Crazy? The Plight of the Tibu Children and the Chad Vaccination Case
By Ecoterra International
Who is crazy ? – Dozens of physically sick young people (most of them female children) or a Chadian minister, who has sworn to protect his people, while he seems to be protected by his foreign cohorts – among them the World Health Organization (WHO)?
The A-Z of a vaccination disaster in remote Africa
A) All the children, who became sick after the anti-meningitis vaccination in Gouro (Northern Chad), are in terms of their ethnicity from the Tibu people – black Africans and known as the people of the Tibesti Mountains, living dispersed and intercepted by colonial boundaries in areas ranging from Niger, Northern Chad and Libya to Sudan (Darfur) and all the way to Egypt, including the Kufra and Bezzima oases. In Chad they are recognized as a threatened minority by indigenous peoples’ rights organizations like ECOTERRA International. Still the Tibu as a people have survived since thousands of years without and later despite former colonial and modern western and global interferences.
B) All these Tibu children, who became sick, had received the MenAfriVac® vaccine against meningitis in a campaign during the time of December 11 to 15, 2012 in Gauro, Northern Chad.
C) The vaccination was carried out by a medical team from the Borkou Ennedi Tibesti (BET) District with a governmental nurse under WHO staff supervision and the vaccines were provided by the Government, who had received them with the help of WHO and partners. Targeting all Tibu people of the age between one and 29 years the vaccination was carried out, but – as the minister in charge later admitted – with serious flaws.