The Zika Virus – What the News Media and CDC Aren’t Telling You!

By Ginny Chandoha, February 13, 2016

The truth about the Zika virus comes out of Brazil. It is not the Zika virus that is causing microcephaly (brain deformations and small heads in infants). It’s much more evil than that.Many of you are too young to remember that in the 1960’s, a drug called thalidomide was marketed as a sleep aid and advertised as completely safe and harmless for everyone, including mothers and children. As is common practice, where the same drugs are also prescribed for other ailments that the drug was not originally intended for (called “off-label” marketing), thalidomide was given to pregnant women to alleviate morning sickness. I can still remember images flashing across the television screen of those thalidomide children born without arms and/or legs.Flash forward to 2016, where images of children with impaired brain growth are in the news almost every day. But instead of the deformities being blamed on a drug, microcephaly is being blamed on a rather benign virus called Zika, which is spread by Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes. In only 18% of those infected, the virus itself manifests as flu-like symptoms, with low-grade fever, headache, myalgia, eye pain, conjunctivitis, and rash. Other more rare symptoms include abdominal pain, diarrhea or constipation, thrush, and itching.

In response to this latest, supposed viral threat, the USFDA and the CDC are busy at work not only advising the public who have loved ones returning from South America to use protection during sex to prevent spreading the benign virus, but the USFDA and CDC are reassuring the public that a vaccine is being “fast-tracked” to prevent this child deformation horror from spreading here.But let’s dig a little deeper into how this national fear mongering is unfolding into yet another vaccine money-maker for Big Pharma and government agencies.To combat Dengue virus, West Nile virus, yellow fever, and other mosquito-borne viruses, in 2012 the Brazilian government approved the release of millions of genetically modified male mosquitoes. The male mosquitoes carry a gene that, in theory, would cause their offspring to die before reaching adulthood. But modern science is no match for Mother Nature, and all of its attempts to tame her only produces unintended results. In this scenario, it seems that the female Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes instinctively know that the GM male mosquitoes are impaired, and refuse to mate with them. The release of GM mosquitoes has been a complete failure.For several years a group of South American doctors (ABRASCO) have been tracking and studying not only Zika virus outbreaks in South America, but also cases of microcephaly. On February 9, 2016, they released their report (Report from Physicians in the Crop-Sprayed Town Regarding Denque-Zika, Microcephaly, and Massive Spraying With Chemical Poisons) that not only blames the Brazilian government, but also uncovers how it is not the mosquitoes, or the Zika virus, but one of world’s largest chemical companies that is responsible for these congenital malformations in only one area of Brazil.In the report they state “The use of GM mosquitoes – a total failure, except for the company supplying mosquitoes.”According to the study, the Zika virus has affected populations in other countries including Colombia, Uganda, Micronesia, French Polynesia, and New Caledonia. And yet, in previous Zika virus outbreaks in other countries, including one country where it is estimated that 75% of the population has been infected by the Zika virus, there are no cases of micrcephaly.The doctors’ report states that the biggest threat from all of the mosquito-borne diseases is infant mortality. Their study shows that the distribution of infant mortality correlates with areas that are the poorest and most deprived of services and human rights.Only in 2015, nearly 4,000 children in the state of Pernambuco, Brazil, were born with congenital malformations, particularly microcephaly. The report shows the emergence of microcephaly is concentrated in the most economically destitute area of Northeastern Brazil, where there is inadequate sanitation, and intermittent water supply. In this area communities were forced to store water in an unsafe manner, which became a breeding ground for the Aedes Aegypti mosquito.Of interest, the report also includes epidemiological studies of the 3,893 cases of confirmed infant malformations. As of January 20, 2016, 49 children have died, and only 5 have been confirmed to have been infected with Zika.So who or what is to blame if it isn’t the Zika virus and those darn mosquitoes?Since mid-2014, the Brazilian Ministry of Health stopped using the larvicide Temephos because the Aedes larvae had become resistant, and began using a poison called Pyroproxyfen, which is commercially known as Sumilarv (and recommended by the World Health Organization). This poison attacks the growing mosquito organism, causing it to become deformed. Not only is the poison sprayed as a fumigant, it was and is purposely added Pernambuco’s drinking water. Just this week I watched a news video where men in full HAZMAT gear walked up and down the streets spraying this poison while a woman in the background sat on her porch with no protection whatsoever. I also watched as they added this poison to the town’s drinking water, except the news report made no mention that it was harmful to people. The men in HAZMAT gear should be a clue, and if we are to believe this propaganda, supposedly a fetus isn’t regarded as a growing organism that could be endangered either.The Brazilian doctors also state in their report that “This strategy is in fact a commercial maneuver from the chemical poisons industry, deeply integrated into Latin American ministries of health as well as WHO and PAHO (Pan American Health Organization).”So who might the chemical poisons industry be that these physicians allude to? Who is the maker of the poison Pyroproxyfen which causes growing organisms to become malformed? It’s a Japanese company called Sumimoto Chemical which just happens to be…have you guessed? A subsidiary of Monsanto.So ignore news media hype about the Zika virus, ignore CDC fear mongering, ignore fast-tracked vaccines because it’s not really about protecting the public. It’s about protecting corporate and political interests.Just make sure Pyroproxyfen isn’t being sprayed in your community, or dumped into your drinking water!To read the report in full, click here.