Like an episode crafted only for Netflix, an official statement from the White House was reported Tuesday, May 27, admitting to covert operations under the semblance of a “vaccination program.” This plot took place in the Middle East, targeting terrorists so the United States could confirm, lock in, and easily take out their intended target. How and when did this become known?
This type of operation had been previously reported in 2011 by the New York Times. In order for the U.S. to solidify Osama bin Laden's whereabouts, obtaining his DNA was crucial to target his exact location. However, the operation had been ongoing, after bin Laden’s death. In fact, the International Committee of the Fourth International (ICFI) reported that “50 health care workers” were killed in revenge of the CIA using faux vaccines in Pakistan. But others saw this operation more as a detriment to global health. About 13 U.S. health care schools also sent letters to the White House asking that such operations cease, according to Natural News.
After knowledge of the program becoming public, anti-U.S. militants saw health care workers as “spies for the U.S.,” as the Star Tribune reported last week. Sadly, multiple health care workers were shot and killed in 2012 while they were working on the Polio Eradication Initiative in Pakistan, and the countries efforts came to a halt.
It was reported by multiple health school officials that if the CIA vaccine operations did not stop , their operations would continue to jeopardize vaccination efforts; since the death of the health care workers Pakistan had stopped working with world health efforts. As a result, the country ranked highest for growing cases of Polio, as reported by the World Health Organization. According to the Star Tribune on May 20, “Pakistan’s Health Ministry announced that it would require that all travelers leaving the country to get a polio vaccination.”
The White House officials confirmed that CIA operations to spy on “terrorists” under the guise of vaccination programs has ceased, according to Bloomberg Businessweek. CIA spokesman Dean Boyd told Bloomberg Businessweek in an email stated they waited to disclose these details so they could have time for their team to evaluate the threat level and to minimize “concerns raised by the public health community.” CIA Spokesman, Dean Boyd said. “the objective is to dispel one canard that militant groups have used as justification for cowardly attacks against vaccination providers.”