4 Things Mainstream Media Won’t Tell You About Zika

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Thanks to sloppy reporting, fear-mongering, conflicts of interest, and algorithmic decisions, Zika – a once-upon-a-time unpopular and relatively benign virus – has quickly become a rising star of menace and malformations.

In record time, the mosquito-born Zika has reportedly spread to three dozen countries, and health organizations are now predicting it may infect as many as three to four million people within a year.

Zika is being described as a global epidemic, but it’s actually the perfect cover for big business – a convenient and brilliant way to generate profits and curb overpopulation.

Thanks to Zika, governments and their investors have conveniently upped the ante on (supposed) protection by poison.

“Given the magnitude of the Zika crisis,” the WHO stated “encourages affected countries and their partners to boost the use of both old and new approaches to mosquito control as the most immediate line of defense.”

The Aedes aegypti strain, as it turns out, is an “aggressive daytime biting mosquito,” clever and quite “opportunistic.” “Females,” state the WHO “often use ‘sneak attacks, approaching victims from behind and biting on ankles and elbows, which likely protects them from being noticed and getting slapped.”

Consequently we are now:

The CDC is even considering reviving DDT, according to one director.

You may think you’re a global citizen, armed with knowledge and that governments have your back, but nothing can be further from the truth. Consider who benefits from generating diseases and death. For instance, the WHO is privately owned. They call themselves an agency, but Bloomberg and others call them a company. In 2010 -2011, their approved budget was $4.5 billion!

“The regulatory aspects of health organizations have been captured along with the capability of protecting We The People,” explains Dr. Leonard Horowitz, an expert in emerging diseases and author of Emerging Viruses: AIDS & Ebola–Nature, Accident or Intentional? “They have been captured by what I call the ‘Military Medical  Petrochemical Pharmaceutical Bank Cartel.’”

Here are 4 other factors you probably don’t know about Zika.

  1. Rockefellers: From African Forest To Online Shopping Cart  

Despite CNN reports, Zika is not a “relatively new” virus. Two Scotsmen, virologist George Dick and entomologist Alexander Haddow, discovered Zika almost 70 years ago in a forest near Entebbe, Uganda.

That same year, the virus was extracted from a Rhesus Monkey and deposited with the Rockefeller Foundation. Later it was licensed to the American Type Culture Collection (ATCC), a company that sells germs to vaccine makers and bioweapons contractors worldwide. Today, the Zika virus is a commodity that can be purchased for only 599 euros.

Strangely, there have been no cases of Zika with birth defects in Africa where the virus was discovered. Also, there have been no cases of microcephaly in any country affected by Zika other than Brazil, such as Colombia, which has the highest incidence of the virus after Brazil.

Maryam Henein

I am an activist, investigative journalist and the founder of HoneyColony. I love to dance. I am a yogi who geeks out on food security issues.