Public Press Release:
Launch of the African Sovereignty Coalition
And screening of the film – Infertility: A Diabolical Agenda
Saturday 18 June 2022
The African Sovereignty Coalition (ASC) formally launches Saturday 18 June 2022, 1pm GMT.
The motivation for the ASC launch includes resistance to undemocratic developments that threaten the sovereignty of Africa and all nations. These threats are being driven by the WHO and by extension, the United Nations and the WEF.
The ASC believes that together there is a better way for health, autonomy and sovereignty.
The ASC launch event brings together seventeen expert African scientists, doctors, lawyers, activists and journalists from South Africa, Zimbabwe, Uganda and Kenya, together with international allies and friends from the United Kingdom, the United States, and Switzerland.
African speakers include Dr Sakhiwo Yako, Dr Wahome Ngare, Sabelo Sibanda, Fahrie Hassan, Obert Kondongwe, Dr Robert Rapiti, Dr Shankara Chetty, Simon Ssenyonga, Eva Mugisa, Pearl Kupe and Rob Hutchinson. International friends include Mary Holland, Dr Tess Lawrie, Reiner Fuelmich, Philip Cruze, Dr Astrid Stuckelberger and James Roguski.
Some of the motivating, informative and empowering topics that will be presented include:
• Exposing WHO Conflicts of Interest. Capturing Global Health by Subversion
• From Democracy to Technocracy. Why the WHO’s plan on sovereignty will fail
• The People vs the System: WHO is WHO in Afrika? How can we be truly free?
• Gene Therapy: Africa and the World at the threshold of Humanity “Version 2”
The ASC will also be screening a documentary called Infertility: A Diabolical Agenda, a film by award-winning filmmaker Andy Wakefield, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Children’s Health Defense.
This is the chilling yet galvanising story of how a World Health Organization (WHO) population control experiment, under the guise of a vaccination program, resulted in the sterilization of millions of women in Africa, without their knowledge or consent. It includes perspectives from leading experts expressing their concerns regarding other vaccines that could cause infertility in women around the world, including the COVID-19 shot.
How to tune in: Watch the event live via CHD.TV: http://www.live.childrenshealthdefense.org
The ASC thanks our partners and allies, including: Transformative Health Justice, SA VAERS, Crownel Co, United Indigenous Royal Federation, Children’s Health Defense Africa, World Council for Health, DearGOV.
For more information:
• Shabnam Palesa Mohamed: info@THJ-Africa.org.za / Evelyne Naikoba: firstname.lastname@example.org
13 June 2022 ENDS