Is The Zika Virus Threat Real or Has It Been Blown Way Out Of Proportion?
The Zika virus has been declared a global health emergency by the World Health Organization as you’ve probably heard on deceptive mainstream media… and scientists are racing to develop yet another vaccine to save the day. (What a load of crap.) Purportedly, the virus is transmitted to people primarily through the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito - which is a BIG FAT LIE. (These are reportedly the same mosquitoes that are also responsible for spreading dengue and chikungunya viruses.)
While theories of origins have been wildly mixed, the World Health Organization has been careful NOT TO LINK microcephaly directly to Zika. In fact here’s what they actually said:
"Although a causal link between Zika infection in pregnancy and microcephaly has not, and I must emphasize, has not been established, the circumstantial evidence is suggestive and extremely worrisome," announced by WHO General Director Margaret Chan last month.
Note: Notice how the WHO was careful NOT to blame the zika virus on mosquitoes. But here in the states, they leave that point out. In fact, they say quite the opposite because they love fear mongering - and money from any vaccines that they may make!
(And although the CDC is saying that the virus is a sexually transmitted disease, I’m not so sure, especially when you start to do the research.)
The virus is also MARKETED by two companies, LGC Standards (headquartered in the UK) and ATCC (headquartered in the US) but you’ll never believe who owns the patent! It’s those ganster bankers, better known as the Rockefeller Foundation.
World leaders have known about the virus since 1947 when researchers from the Rockefeller Foundation put a Rhesus monkey in a cage in the middle of the Zika Forest in Uganda. Although the team was conducting surveillance for yellow fever, Rhesus 766 would become the first known carrier of zika virus.
Symptoms of Zika Virus
Symptoms are mild — fever, joint pain, sometimes a rash or pink eye — but the disease typically clears the system within a week. Since it only stays in the blood for a short duration, it shouldn’t be a threat to women who want to become pregnant once it's out of the body.
Furthermore, since there is only a short time span when the virus can be detected, there are few chances for confirmation of the virus. This is part of why scientists haven’t directly correlated Zika virus to microcephaly cases.
Note: Only SIX of the 4,000 microcephaly cases in Brazil have been strongly linked to Zika virus... yet threat alerts are rampant.
Doctors Challenge Zika Virus Links to Birth Defects
Doctors from Brazil and Argentina are now challenging that the zika virus outbreak caused the recent increase in microcephaly. In fact, there is no scientific proof between the zika virus and birth defects.
Let’s get one thing straight. The Powers that Be want us to be afraid, very afraid. So they come up with whatever they can to keep us living in fear. Then when an antidote is given (via vaccine, drug, etc.) they can be viewed as hero's to humanity. The result they hope to achieve is that we fall in line like good sheeple, succumb to their latest and greatest medical breakthrough, and ultimately help support giant corporations like BIG PHARMA. Our government is happy lining their pockets with payoffs from the corporate elitist’s, while the populous grows weaker and sicker.
The Most Probable Cause of Microcephaly
Recently, a group of physicians (called the Physicians in Crop Sprayed Towns) reported that the areas in which most of the afflicted persons lived, had been sprayed with a larvicide that is known to cause birth defects.
The chemical called pyriproxyfen was also added to the drinking water reservoirs in the state of Pernambuco. This action was taken by the Brazilian Ministry of Health in an effort to stop the proliferation of the Aedes aegypti mosquito.
The report issued by the PCST also determined that the pesticide, marketed under the commercial name as SumiLarv, is a Japanese subsidiary of MONSANTO.
In a report they said:
"Pyriproxyfen is a growth inhibitor of mosquito larvae, which alters the development process from larva to pupa to adult, thus generating malformations in developing mosquitoes and killing or disabling them. It acts as an insect juvenile hormone or juvenoid, and has the effect of inhibiting the development of adult insect characteristics (for example, wings and mature external genitalia) and reproductive development. It is an endocrine disruptor and is teratogenic". (causes birth defects).
"Malformations detected in thousands of children from pregnant women living in areas where the Brazilian state added pyriproxyfen to drinking water is not a coincidence, even though the Ministry of Health places a direct blame on Zika virus for this damage, while trying to ignore its responsibility and ruling out the hypothesis of direct and cumulative chemical damage caused by years of endocrine and immunological disruption of the affected population".
In January 2016, the Brazilian Associations for Collective Health published an open letter to the people of Brazil and questioned the alert sent out by Brazil’s Ministry of Health, which associated Zika virus to congenital malformations.
ABRASCO also spoke to the fact that other factors were ignored, which could have had a direct influence on the health risks and worked to minimize the fact that the epidemic (in the Pacific and Columbia) resulted in no cases of microcephaly.
According to the report by PCST:
"Previous Zika epidemics did not cause birth defects in newborns, despite infecting 75% of the population in those countries. Also, in other countries such as Colombia there are no records of microcephaly; however, there are plenty of Zika cases".
Futhermore, the coordinator of the Argentine physicians’ group, Dr Medardo Avila Vazquez, stood by his group’s doubts about the safety of pyriproxifen. In his statement to the Wall Street Journal, he said: "We think it is likely that Pyriproxyfen is the problem."
The Case for Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes
In case you missed it, Monsanto’s pesticide is probably responsible for cases of birth defects among the populations of Brazil. Is it any wonder that they’d also come up with a possible fix? My, how convenient for them!
An article published by the Antimedia first brought global attention to the release of millions of GM mosquitoes in Brazil. A British company named Oxitec unveiled it’s GM mosquito farm in July 2012 with the goal of reducing mosquitoes and the spread of the dengue fever.
In the Cayman Islands, 3 million GM mosquitoes were released into the environment and they saw a 90 percent reduction in the native mosquito population. These same results were reported in Brazil.
However, GM mosquitoes could backfire. It is being reported that these very mosquitoes that are supposed to suppress the spread of the zika virus, may actually be causing it.
Right now, Oxitec has plans to release these mutant GM mosquitoes into the fragile environment of the Florida keys. In a petition at Change.com:
"The company wants to use the Florida Keys as a testing ground for these mutant bugs. Even though the local community in the Florida Keys has spoken -- we even passed an ordinance demanding more testing -- Oxitec is trying to use a loophole by applying to the FDA for an "animal bug" patent. This could mean these mutant mosquitoes could be released at any point against the wishes of locals and the scientific community. We need to make sure the FDA does not approve Oxitec's patent."
"Nearly all experiments with genetically-modified crops have eventually resulted in unintended consequences: superweeds more resistant to herbicides, mutated and resistant insects also collateral damage to ecosystems. A recent news story reported that the monarch butterfly population is down by half in areas where Roundup Ready GM crops are doused with ultra-high levels of herbicides that wipe out the monarch's favorite milkweed plant. What about our native species of Florida Keys Bats. Are there any studies being conducted to see if these mosquitoes will harm the native bat population?”
(If you'd like to sign the petition on Change.org, you can do so here.)
Although all GM mosquitoes are supposed to be only male mosquitoes (which don’t bite), we know that nature often has other plans. If females manage to survive and one bites a human being, what will be the outcome? What are the health risks? How can this be tracked?
Natural Methods to Decrease Mosquito Populations in Your Yard
Mix together in a re-sealable container:
3 stale Beers (12 oz each)
3 CUPS of Epsom salts
1 Bottle MINT blue mouthwash (cheap dollar store mouthwash is all that’s needed)
Shake well to dissolve the salt. Add mixture to spray bottle then disperse everywhere around outdoor areas.
Repeat as necessary.
Here's a chemical-free video that will also help control pests in your yard and garden. Remember that chemicals are dangerous to the environment and to you! Try and always opt for do it yourself methods of controlling insects.
It is clear. The human population is being used in a sick and demented experiment for the elitist’s amusement and profit. Corporations seem to have complete control over us. If the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) passes congress (which gives these corporations even more control) in the US, there will be dire consequences for all of us and a complete oligarchy will be the outcome. Americans must all work together to STOP THIS, no matter what it takes!
As Mike Adams from Natural News so eloquently stated today: The only cases of people with shrunken heads are the ones watching cable (mainstream) news!
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