Pharma drugs in pregnancy

Vaccination during pregnancy
Vaccination and miscarriage

See: Foetal damage  Oxytocin  Squalene  Sterilisation  Human fetal cells

Benzodiazepine babies

[2008] Paxil Babies: The Dangers of Antidepressants

[March 2008] Dangers of Psych Drugs in Pregnancy by Byron Richards

See: Gardasil  Sterilisation Glutathione

See: Thalidomide  DES/Diethylstilbestrol Pink disease

See:  AZT  POISONING OUR CHILDREN: AZT in pregnancy.

Jon Rappoport comments: Targeting pregnant women for toxic drugs

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Since 1960, the UK medical profession has turned at least three million adults and two million ‘Benzo Babies’— infants whose mothers took tranquillisers during pregnancy—into brain-damaged addicts. There are currently still some one million patients trapped in addiction and another million disabled by withdrawals. The big tranquilliser cover-up by Margaret Bell

MORE than 50,000 babies a year are at risk of brain damage or death because they are poisoned by tranquillisers in the womb...The effects on the infants, who absorb the drugs through the placenta,. are even more devastating than those of heroin. One mother who was prescribed Valium while pregnant told yesterday about the agony her child later suffered. Janet Kerr, 62, said her son Charles was was born "in real distress" and doctors thought he would die. She nursed him through but he grew up with learning difficulties that made him "burst with embarrassment." He became addicted to Valium and committed suicide -at the age of 19....Research by pressure group Benzact supports fears that 50,000 babies a year are affected by tranquillisers. The organisation’s co-ordinator, Sue Bibby, said: "This problem is now. out of control." Experts believe tranquillizers could even be the cause of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome- cot death.  [Medisa July 22, 2001] In the womb and hooked on tranquillisers

Perhaps the most tragic of all is that babies born to addicted mothers start life enduring the torture of withdrawal. How much this situation contributes to the ADHD statistics is a question nobody wants to examine. [Letter BMJ Oct 2004] The cost of progress

Although doctors warned against prescribing the drugs during pregnancy, an estimated 20-30,000 babies every year are born with benzodiazepine addiction, many of them to drug-abusing mothers. There are also claims that benzodiazepines are still being prescribed by GPs to women of child-bearing age without warning of the dangers. Dr James Robertson, a paediatrician at Arrowe Park Hospital, Liverpool, says that benzo babies' withdrawal symptoms are worse and longer lasting than those suffered by the babies of heroin addicts. "They include colic, sneezing, diarrhoea, inability to suck, jitteriness and a very distinct cry," he says. "Many babies will need intensive care." Benzodiazepine use in pregnancy has also been linked to foetal malformations such as cleft palate, and to developmental difficulties later. [Media 1999] More addictive than heroin, yet prescribed to one in four adults. Benzodiazepines can ruin lives...

"The developing foetus can be congenitally malformed; it can have heart attacks in the womb. We also know that the newborn baby born to somebody taking benzodiazepines will have difficulty breathing and they would have floppy muscles what doctors call a 'floppy baby' and they may be unduly cold because the temperature regulation, which is so important to a baby, is disrupted ... Well I think if any doctor is prescribing benzodiazepines to a pregnant woman, he should check his indemnification status because it is in fact illegal prescribing." Robert Kerwin, Professor of Psychopharmacology at the Maudesley Hospital in London, BBC Radio 4, Face The Facts, March 16, 1999.

The era immediately following WWII saw a veritable explosion of new drugs and bio-active chemicals.  Many resulting from war related R&D efforts instigated in the late 1930s and early 1940s.  Insecticides such as DDT, and antibiotics such as penicillin revolutionized human civilization, resulting in changed expectations that are still influencing society today.  In this environment of sweeping societal transformations, it was a relatively simple matter for the NSA to covertly promote new and novel uses for drugs and other chemicals that would result in creation of children with the required cluster of teratogen induced birth defects.  One of the most widely prescribed and thoroughly documented (teratogenic) synthetic hormone analogs of that period was DES (diethylstilbestrol).  First synthesized in 1938 at the university of Oxford, and approved by the FDA for prevention of miscarriages in 1947, DES was manufactured and sold by pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly until 1997.  Even though the teratogenic properties of DES were (publicly) documented in 1971.  It is estimated that between 1941 to 1971, five to ten million pregnant (American) women had taken DES, thereby exposing their unborn children to this teratogenic drug.  All of this, in spite of the fact that a 1953 (double blind) study found pregnant women who were given DES had just as many miscarriages and premature deliveries as the control group.  Are we to believe the FDA allowed the continued use of an ineffective drug (on pregnant woman) for eighteen years?  Or was there a hidden agenda behind their apparent lapse of oversight?
    If we assume that only one in every hundred of these (DES exposed) children developed enhanced psychic abilities, and of those, only one in ten were of sufficient strength to be useful in psychic warfare, then this single teratogenic drug added five to ten thousand potential soldiers to the NSA psychic slave army.  All without any public awareness of the real motivation behind introduction and aggressive DES promotion.  Truly, subterfuge and collateral damage on a massive scale.
    DES is typical of first generation teratogenic inducers of psychic abilities.  Besides wide spread (covert) promotion of drugs like DES, the NSA exploited other avenues in their quest to create children with enhanced psychic capabilities.  For instance, medical staff at facilities for unwed teen mothers were infiltrated (subverted), thereby enabling the covert use of experimental teratogenic drugs on naive underage girls.  It is a safe assumption that in the intervening decades since WWII, NSA funded pharmaceutical research has developed a number of more potent (and narrowly targeted) teratogenic drugs for use on an unsuspecting population.
    Along with synthetic hormone analogs (such as DES), certain organic chemicals used in the production of plastics, also exhibit a similar ability to disrupt normal gender specific fetal development.  A good example is BPA (bisphenol A).  Known to mimic natural hormones since the 1930s, it remains in wide spread use today (including the manufacture of baby bottles and other food containers).  NSA Part 3 - Collateral damage