UPDATE 29/01 19:36 – In 1947, disease hunters from the Rockefeller Foundation were in Uganda, studying yellow fever using rhesus macaque monkeys. The animals were placed in cages that were perched in trees in the Zika Forest (meaning “overgrown” in the Luganda language). On April 18, 1947, one of the Asian Rhesus monkeys took ill with a previously unknown virus, which the researchers dubbed Zika. In a lab in Entebbe, the Rockefeller scientists injected the new virus into mice, which then developed the feverish illness, thereby proving the virus they had discovered was the cause of the disease. The first human case of Zika fever was identified in Nigeria in 1954.
How would globalists who favor mass depopulation go about decimating a country’s fertility rate? Normally they do it through two methods. One of them is loud, bloody and generally unwanted, although often used. That method is war.
One can see the application of this technique in the Middle East, Africa and Asia, where western organizations and governments spend billions of dollars a year to promote and maintain the destabilization of nations by financing opposition groups that carry out civil wars.
The second method is stealthy, silent, and consequently more effective in achieving its goal. This second method is spreading bio-weapons over a determined population to affect their reproductive health.
War as method of depopulation is very effective, but it is not very popular. The sounds of war can be heard loudly, way before the first bomb is dropped. People usually have some time to prepare or run away.
In the case of a bio-weapon it is quite the contrary. There is usually no escape, unless you are in the know. The malignant beauty of a bio-weapon is that it achieves its goal of reducing fertility quietly and over a long period of time.
A bio-weapon may not be the choice in many occasions because it takes longer to achieve its end goal. In this respect, war is more effective, because it destroys property and human lives instantly.
The release of bio-weapons in the form of experimental trials with viruses, bacteria and other pathogens is not new, but it continues to be used by private entities funded by philanthropic organizations and government agencies.
Experiments are conducted in highly secured labs which follow standard protocols, but scientists who cozy up to their funding partners find it difficult not to deploy a bio-weapon outside their labs in an attempt to make it perfect. Of course, this is not spoken of publicly. The excuse is always ‘research’, ‘general well-being’ and other things of the sort.
Recently, philanthropists from all origins have advocated strongly for carrying out depopulation campaigns in order to ‘save the planet’ from humanity. The same people are also involved in efforts to reduce carbon emissions by banning certain cars from circulating or imposing high taxes on what they publicly allege are the greatest environmental offenders. Privately, though, these philanthropists believe that the greatest offenders are humans, which is why they have been working for decades to eradicate a big segment of the world’s population. These same people are behind genetically engineered products, such as food, animals and insects.
As we have widely reported, independently conducted experiments show that GMOs are responsible for serious health complications which are irreversible by the second or third generation. This means that if a person is chemically castrated, for example, his or her offspring or those of their children may be born infertile.
Due to the growing body of evidence about the dangers of GMOs, those who seek to drastically reduce the world’s population have already moved to the next phase of their plan: creating genetically engineered diseases whose cure is not available yet; at least not for the wide majority of the population.
Their modus operandi includes deploying those diseases via vectors such as mosquitoes, viruses and bacteria. During one of his speeches, Bill Gates, who has stakes in Monsanto and experiments with GM mosquitos, spoke of his idea to turn these insects into vectors to help improve vaccination rates.
The mosquito would allegedly “carry the vaccine” which would be injected into people via the traditional mosquito bite. Sounds like science fiction? Well, this technology is already being worked on.
The world has witnessed the appearance of diseases that are far from being naturally occurring or that have naturally mutated from older strains of viruses, for example. The H1N1 scare is one of those examples. The Ebola outbreak is another case of a laboratory made disease that was later released or let out of a lab to better understand how the affected population would react to it. And now, some countries seem to be facing another open-air experiment: The Zika Virus.
Generally speaking, the Zika virus is explained as a mild form of dengue. Its victims suffer from the same symptoms than a patient who contracts a flu, which is what dengue used to be confused with before being studied in depth.
Today, dengue is understood as a completely different disease and Zika is in the process of going through the same process. The Zika virus has been connected to the Tiger mosquito, which is said to be the transmitter. The question is, where and how do mosquitoes acquire the virus?
Zika has gone from appearing in a few Brazilian states and Caribbean islands to spreading fast in the South American country, the United States and even Europe in just a couple of months. Right now, 22 different countries have reported cases of Zika.
In Brazil, which seems to be one of the origins of the disease, the government has deployed the army in some states in an attempt to help stop the contagion. An immediate question people ask is, why didn’t the governments in Brazil and elsewhere prevent the appearance of Zika? Why did the virus spread so widely before governments reacted to it? But perhaps a more important question is, how did Zika appear on the face of the Earth?
The Zika virus can affect anyone who is bitten by a transmitting mosquito, but it is pregnant women and their unborn children who are most affected by the disease. This is surely not a coincidence if we take into account the ongoing depopulation campaign.
The consequences for fetuses are devastating, as children are born, if they make it, with severe brain damage. Health authorities have identified Zika as the cause of microcephaly, a condition that causes a child to “be born with a smaller-than-normal sized head which results in impaired brain development.”
It turns out that previous to the Zika virus appearing in Brazil, an experiment was conducted by a group of Brazilian and foreign entities. Such experiment consisted in releasing genetically engineered mosquitoes which would allegedly reduce native mosquitoes’ ability to transmit dengue fever.
The GE mosquitoes were released in the state of Bahia, in the Northeast of Brazil. That state along with Recife, a neighbor state, became ground zero for the outbreak of Zika in the country. Along with Brazil, entities like a company known as Oxitec, also conducted similar experiments in the Cayman Islands, where another outbreak of Zika was detected.
The experiment carried out with Oxitec mosquitoes was supported by the University of Sao Paulo (USP). According to Oxitec, the desired outcome of its experiment was to measure how effective their GM mosquito proved to be in eliminating Aedes aegypti, the mosquito that transmits dengue fever. Apparently, the experiment was a success and the GM mosquito eliminated between 90 and 95 percent of the adult population of Aedes aegypti.
The experiment by Oxitec and USP was also aided by Moscamed, a company that specializes in “environmentally friendly pest control”. At least 1,800 people were exposed to the GM mosquitoes in the city of Itaberaba, in the state of Bahia. Since the experiment started, Brazil alone has reported 3,893 cases of microcephaly, while countries with fewer cases are warning women not to travel to any of the 22 nations where Zika has become a national health threat for pregnant women and their fetuses.
The suspicion that the GM mosquitoes are responsible for the spread of Zika has not stopped the World Health Organization (WHO) from recommending that more experiments like the one conducted in Brazil and the Caribbean be replicated in other countries. “According to published mathematical models reviewed and recommended by the World Health Organization working group on dengue, it would also reduce the number of biting mosquitoes below the disease transmission threshold. The next step is to scale up to even larger studies and run mosquito control projects on an operational basis,” reports Genetic Literacy Project.
The WHO’s plan to carry out more open-air experiments with GM mosquitoes is also supported by Brazilian health and academic authorities. “This invasive mosquito and the diseases it carries is a real challenge,” said Professor Margareth Capurro of São Paulo University.
“Aedes aegypti is developing resistance to insecticides, and even when we remove breeding sites they continue to reproduce and transmit diseases because they live in areas that are difficult to treat. This is why we need new tools. We knew that the Oxitec mosquito was a promising tool, so we wanted to independently evaluate its effectiveness here in Brazil.”
As of right now, there isn’t an effective treatment against Zika and it is estimated that it will take between three and four years for some kind of treatment to be developed. Potential treatments undoubtedly include vaccines, which are now being worked on by the same people who are behind the push to use mosquitoes as delivery tools for ‘pest control’.
There seems to be a neatly closing circle behind every single health scare that we have seen in the last decade. Prominent people express their desire to force mass depopulation in order to ‘save us from ourselves’, then, all of a sudden, plagues such as H1N1, Ebola, Chikungunya, and Zika vírus appear from nowhere just right after an open-air experiment is conducted among vulnerable populations, which by the way, were not warned about it. Mass disease breaks out and the solution is always a new vaccine, which will be produced by the same people who advocate depopulation, reduction in carbon emissions, limits to standards of living and so on.
As of today, Brazilian health authorities expect to have some 4 million cases of Zika virus by the end of 2016.