Propaganda Machine Takes Aim at Zika Virus – By Dr. Mercola

Propaganda Machine Takes Aim at Zika Virus
February 16, 2016 – By Dr. Mercola

It’s that time again — time for the pandemic outbreak propaganda machine to cry “Wolf!” and justify the mass use of vaccines and the necessity for chemical remediation. The World Health Organization (WHO) has already declared another global public health emergency.1

We’ve seen a string of these over-hyped virus scares over the past six years, from the bird and swine flu to Ebola — all of which died down as suddenly as they emerged, without causing the predicted widespread catastrophic damage in the real world.

This year, it’s the Zika virus, which is being blamed for a rash of reports of microcephaly2,3 among infants born in Brazil. The condition, in which babies are born with unusually small heads, is said to have surged from an average of about 150 cases annually to more than 4,780 cases since October 2015.   

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  • demerwater  On 02/17/2016 at 6:53 am

    I seriously question Dr. Mercola’s sapiential authority for the “scientific” assertions which he insinuates in the above named article.
    In fairness, I invite readers to check out the work of Dr. Giglioli – almost entirely devoted to the eradication of malaria in British Guiana. I remember Dr. A P Brahmam (Chief Medical Officer – BSE Ltd.) fretting over the omission of Dr. Giglioli’s inclusion on the Independence Honors List. Dr. Brahmam boldly proclaimed him the “Father of the Guyanese Nation”.
    Draw your own conclusions.

  • Albert  On 02/17/2016 at 11:01 am

    Dont worry too much if you are in the U.S. Trump promised to isolate anyone coming to America with symptons of the disease, should he become President. He has plans to protect us.

  • guyaneseonline  On 03/02/2016 at 7:19 am

    Is Panic Over Zika Virus Warranted?

    In Brazil, microcephaly, in which babies are born with unusually small heads, is said to have surged from an average of about 150 cases annually to more than 4,300 cases since October 2015. Of these, fewer than 500 cases have been confirmed, and the Zika virus has only been identified in 41.22 Meanwhile, in the U.S. approximately 25,000 infants are diagnosed with microcephaly each year — without Zika.

    As I wrote last month, the evidence suggests implicating Zika virus may be a matter of convenience — leaders of the public-private partnership between industry and government may be quickly blaming the rise in microcephaly on disease-carrying mosquitoes in order to sell more GE mosquitoes, to sell more toxic insecticides, and to have an excuse to develop and sell more vaccines.

    All the while, they are keeping hidden some of the most likely culprits of microcephaly, namely poor nutrition and toxic environmental exposures like pesticides, as well as vaccines given during pregnancy when the fetus is most susceptible to harm. By throwing up a convenient veil in the form of Zika-infected mosquitoes, business can not only go on as usual but also grow and expand profits to boot.

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    Gates’ Predictable Plan Is Coming True

  • demerwater  On 03/02/2016 at 6:34 pm

    The article states, “The use of manure and sewage sludge as fertilizers is a major route of spread of antibiotics in the environment.” Sewage sludge also(Milorganite e.g.) has a caution on the label to not apply it on food crops because of the heavy metal – cadmium. Look at the video here
    and draw your own conclusion.
    Then there is the utilization of certain crops (which can be edible) to clean up “brownfields”. Phytoremediation here:
    The produce from this practice is supposed to be treated as hazardous waste!
    But, a larger point is, if cruciferous are useful in cleaning up brownfields, what is to prevent uptake of similar chemicals on arable lands where such ‘harmful’ chemicals are naturally occurring.
    The color of hydrangea is blue on soils with high Al. content.

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