On page 2 of this article, updated information about a Tdap vaccine that was mandated to all expectant mothers in Brazil beginning in 2014 was linked to microcephaly in 1990 by Bobele and Bodensteiner in research they conducted. Since the harmless Zika virus has never been linked to micrcephaly or anything else serious in its 70 years of known existence, and nothing changed as far as far as the number of mosquitoes or the Zika virus that has been blamed for the microcephaly outbreak, it is only logical to point the finger at the Tdap vaccine that is scientifically linked to microcephaly and was mandated to pregnant mothers just months before the outbreak.
There’s your smoking gun, but don’t expect the bought governments to look at the deep-pocketed vaccine producer GSK when a scapegoat can be created in the harmless Zika virus. And, Big Pharma gets to campaign for the next 3-5 years for millions in tax payer dollars to research for a phony cure vaccine that can be mandated for additional millions once it is developed. But the cure vaccine will only cause club foot syndrome, or who knows what. No worries thought, they’ll develop a vaccine to cure that too!
Dr. Bergman shows the facts and research behind the Zika virus and explains why you shouldn’t believe everything you hear on the media…
The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the Zika virus outbreak an international public health emergency, and the Brazilian President released a decree that increased local and federal pest control agents’ access to private property required by mobilization actions for the prevention and elimination of Aedes mosquito outbreaks in the country. Brazil had 2400 localized outbreaks of babies with shrunken heads (microcephaly) and damaged brains that were born between October and December 2015 in a toxic wasteland of northern Brazil, and the theory, or perhaps the cover story, was that the virus was being caused by mosquitoes with Zika. Through the end of January 2016 the number of cases totaled 4,180.3 4
After experts scrutinized 732 of the cases they found that more than half either weren’t microcephaly, or weren’t related to Zika.
Just 270 were confirmed as microcephaly that appears to be linked to Zika or other infectious diseases, according to the latest ministry bulletin.
It’s not yet clear whether the same pattern will emerge from the rest of the 3,448 cases that Brazil has to examine.3
Carol Adl from Your News Wire note:
The (Zika / mosquito) theory is largely based on the fact that they found the Zika virus in a baby with microcephaly following an autopsy of the dead child. The virus was also found in the amniotic fluid of two mothers whose babies had the condition.
Note that Zika is not a new virus; it has been around for decades. No explanation has been given as to why suddenly it could be causing all these cases of microcephaly. No one is seriously asking the question, “What has changed?”
On their own website, the Center for Disease Control, say:
People usually don’t get sick enough to go to the hospital, and they very rarely die of Zika. For this reason, many people might not realize they have been infected. Once a person has been infected, he or she is likely to be protected from future infections.
In other words, a Zika virus infection usually produces no symptoms, requires no hospitalization and builds self-immunity against future Zika exposure. The CDC refuses to describe it this way, of course, because there’s a fortune to be made spreading Zika scare stories and selling Zika vaccines to people who largely don’t need them. The visual shock factor of babies with shrunken heads makes the media frenzy an automatic success, even if those shrunken heads were caused by something else entirely.
Many doctors in South America believe that microcephaly is caused by a larvicide chemical linked to Monsanto, and that the Zika virus scare is just a cover story.
The CDC also admits it is simply guessing that Zika causes microcephaly. As admitted directly in the CDC’s article about the subject: “…no single piece of evidence provides conclusive proof that Zika virus infection is a cause of microcephaly and other fetal brain defects. Rather, increasing evidence from a number of recently published studies and a careful evaluation using established scientific criteria supports the authors’ conclusions.”
Scientific Evidence shows possible real causes:
Two health reports, released on Feb. 2nd and 3rd 2016, suggest that pyriproxyfen (a larvicide or type of insecticide used to control mosquito populations by inducing malformations in them) may be the cause of the recent rise in microcephaly. Why? Because, according to the doctors and health experts who authored the reports, there has been an increase in the use of pyriproxyfen in the last 18 months right in the areas where the microcephaly cases have increased – and the pesticide has been put into the drinking water of the affected population!
Study #1: Argentinians Doctors’ Report links Monsanto Subsidiary Pesticide
The first report comes from an Argentinian group of doctors called Medicos de Pueblos Fumigados or Doctors from Pesticide-Sprayed Towns. The report is a real eye-opener, coming from people trained in medicine and closer to the region where this is all happening. They state explicitly that “dengue epidemic in Brazil persists endemically (on an ongoing basis)”, that “this poison (pyriproxyfen) is applied by the State on [in] drinking water used by the affected population”and that “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.”
Here are some other interesting quotes from the report:
“The pyriproxyfen being used (as recommended by WHO) is manufactured by Sumimoto Chemical, a Japanese subsidiary of Monsanto.”
“Brazilian doctors (Abrasco) are claiming that the strategy of chemical control is contaminating the environment as well as people, that it is not decreasing the amount of mosquitoes, and 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.”
“Massive spreading using planes, as the governments of Mercosur are considering, is criminal, useless, and a political maneuver to simulate that actions are taken. The basis of the progress of the disease lies in inequality and poverty, and the best defence are community-based actions.”
“The last strategy deployed in Brazil, and which might be replicated in all our countries, is the use of GM mosquitoes —a total failure, except for the company supplying mosquitoes.”
Adding another layer of suspicion is the fact that Sumitomo Chemical, the Monsanto-linked manufacturer of pyriproxyfen, claimed there is no evidence for developmental toxicity in their product, when in fact a review of their own data found this claim to be false.
Philippe Grandjean, a neurodevelopmental toxicologist affiliated with the Harvard School of Public Health, discovered “an animal test shows possible link to teratogenic effects and smaller skull.” Sumitomo failed to mention their own tests showing “low brain mass and arhinencephaly—incomplete formation of the anterior cerebral hemispheres—in rat pups.”
“Few pesticides have been properly tested for developmental neurotoxicity,” said Grandjean. “This is unfortunate as pesticides are suspected of causing a silent pandemic of neurotoxicity. In this case the absence of proper toxicological data confuses the search for causes of the reported surge in microcephaly.”
While politicians and corporate media continue to ignore the possibility that an insecticide may be causing the microcephaly outbreak in Brazil, continued application of the chemical may be aggravating the problem.
Study #2: Brazilian Health Professionals’ Report Also Points the Finger at Pesticides
The first report above references this second report from a Brazilian group called Abrasco, translated as The Brazilian Association of Graduate Studies in Collective Health. Abrasco has been around for more than 35 years. It is a group of technicians, professionals, students and teachers associated with public health in Brazil. Similarly, their report, which is only roughly translated below, states:
“In 2014 a new larvicide pyriproxyfen was introduced in the drinking water of the population in households and public roads … This larvicide is a juvenile hormone analogue or juvenoid, with the mechanism of action of inhibiting the development of insect adult characteristics (e.g. wings, maturation of the reproductive organs and external genitalia), keeping with aspect immature (nymph or larva), that acts on endocrine disruption and is teratogenic and inhibits the formation of the adult insect.”
“The invisible hand of damage to the environment and human health arising from the use of chemicals in vector control has not been properly studied or revealed to vulnerable populations, including public health workers. Its harmful effects are totally disregarded both the worsening of viruses, and in the emergence of other diseases such as allergies, immunotoxicity, cancer, hormonal disorders and neurotoxicity among others.”
“More Poisons, More Resistance, More Poisons
For example, the organophosphate insecticide temephos (commercially known as ABATE®), at 1%, was introduced in Brazil in 1968 as a larvicide in drinking water, especially in the North and Northeast of Brazil. Its impacts on people’s health has not been studied. We know that despite the fact that the mosquitos had resistance to it, it continued to be used until it ran out … despite the abundant toxicological information about it concerning potential risks to human health.”
In the wake of the spreading of the symptoms that have been associated with Zika, Brazil is now mobilizing 220,000 soldiers to try and eradicate mosquitoes that carry the Zika virus. This means that tons of insecticide will be sprayed in and around homes, further exposing pregnant women and young children to brain-damaging chemicals.
A Third Study Shows No Link in Zika Virus and Microcephaly.
A new scientific study carried out by the New England Complex Systems Institute (NECSI) is casting doubt on the assumed connection between the Zika virus and microcephaly. The study was prompted by the fact that no similar epidemics of microcephaly are being found in other countries hit hard by the Zika virus.
“Recently, the New England Journal of Medicine published the preliminary results of a large study of pregnant Colombian women infected with Zika. Of the nearly 12,000 pregnant women with clinical symptoms of Zika infections until March 28, no cases of microcephaly were reported as of May 2. At the same time, four cases of Zika and microcephaly were reported for women who were symptomless for Zika infections and therefore not included in the study itself.”
The four cases are consistent with the expected normal background rate of microcephaly–2 in 10,000. Also, there have been almost 50 microcephaly cases in Colombia up to April 28 with no connection to the Zika virus.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) have already concluded that Zika is a cause of microcephaly. However, the NEJM acknowledges that no experimental evidence exists yet to support that conclusion. Also, “no flavivirus has ever been shown definitively to cause birth defects in humans, and no reports of adverse pregnancy or birth outcomes were noted during previous outbreaks of Zika virus disease in the Pacific Islands.”
CDC’s Hijacking of Science
At the end of May, a new scientific study, “Zika and the Risk of Microcephaly,” was published in The New England Journal of Medicine (Johansson, M.A., et al.). The research scientists wrote:
Polynesia estimated that the risk of microcephaly due to ZIKV [Zika Virus] infection in the first trimester of pregnancy was 0.95 percent on the basis of eight microcephaly cases identified retrospectively in a population of approximately 270,000 people with an estimated rate of ZIKV infection of 66 percent.
Well, 0.95 percent—less than 1 percent—does not make a global pandemic. Add that lowly figure for the Tahiti strain of the virus with witness accounts in the Brazilian field labs, combined with the previous three false pandemics announced by the WHO, and the pattern of political abuse of public trust reaching for a massive wealth transfer from U.S. taxpayers to Big Pharma vaccine manufacturers is not the only disturbing trend.
What is missing from this crisis is a full-blown investigation on the potential triggers for microcephaly in that part of the world. It begins with a list of suspects and plows through a process of elimination to shorten that list until the culprits are identified.
By narrowly defining the microcephaly research only around the Zika virus is a failure of scientific duty for three global health care agencies that are supposed to report the facts on their findings. This is their false narrative. The CDC’s heightened state of alert is why the U.S. government has proposed spending $1.8 billion of U.S. taxpayer dollars to fight the 50 year old harmless virus called Zika.9
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