Sunday, September 11, 2016


Submitted by: Royce Latham

Two highly reputable doctor organizations in Brazil and Argentina that have extensively studied the infected Brazilian population maintain that the Zika mosquito is not the cause of microcephaly. They assert that the true culprit is a larvacide called Pyriproxyfen introduced into the local drinking water supply in 2014 by a Brazilian health program designed to eradicate disease-carrying mosquitoes sponsored by the Japanese company Sumitomo Chemical, “a strategic partner” of Monsanto
 It appears to be yet another criminal case where the powerful chemical industry co-opted by the corrupt Brazilian Health Ministry is falsely blaming the mosquito for the microcephaly crisis in Brazil when it was actually caused by the fascist corporate controlled government.
For nefarious purposes, quackery science has linked the Brazilian microcephaly crisis to the Zika infected mosquito when no sound evidence exists to support such a claim. 
In early February Brazil’s Ministry of Health reported 4,783 cases of microcephaly just since last October when every year prior only 150 cases were diagnosed. Upon closer analysis as of seven months ago, of the 404 cases examined, only 17 cases (4.2%) tested positive for the Zika virus. 
This strongly suggests that the scandal-ridden Brazilian government that just illicitly ousted its relatively honest, populist president last week, purposefully inflated the records to artificially create the so-called crisis as a subterfuge to conceal its own criminality. And since governments around the world are clearly controlled by the likes of such powerful corporations as Big Pharma and Monsanto, Zika is yet one more NWO false flag assault on humanity. Yet despite this overwhelming evidence dispelling the Zika-microcephaly connection, last February WHO Director-General Margaret Chan went ahead bogusly claiming it was “strongly suspected but not yet scientifically proven” that Zika causes microcephaly. The 
NWO agenda is alive and well in the WHO.

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