What’s causing Brazilian Birth Defects?
Brazilian doctors are speaking out against the fast-breaking rumors and innuendo coming from every mainstream news outlet in America (as well as the WHO) that the Zika virus is responsible for thousands of birth defects – principally microcephaly (literally: small head) – among Brazilian babies. The doctors are asking whether the defect is caused by the Zika Virus, Monsanto Larvicide, T-dap Vaccine, a combination of one or two, or something else.
While hairsprayed anchor models from newsrooms across the U.S. breathlessly tell us that the Zika virus is responsible for baby deformations and that it is spread by sexual contact (and someone in Dallas caught it that way, by the way, omg, omg…) we are apparently supposed to be afraid, very afraid. In the next breath they always tell us that a Zika “vaccine” is on the way, being developed by scientific geniuses who can save us all; so maybe things will return to “normal” down the road. Meanwhile, stay tuned for your next terror report. . . (Just try to keep up with the lies, half truths, obfuscations that just keep on coming. Who puts the narrative together? Follow the money.)
Zika Virus not causing Microcephaly
While the rest of the world gets rumors that work like advertisements for vaccination profiteers, Brazilian doctors are telling the world the Zika virus is not causing the deformities, so a new Zika “vaccination” can hardly be the answer. Separate doctor-affiliated organizations in Brazil and Argentina have directly challenged the prevailing wisdom that caught fire with international press services which are virtually always happy to spread a good rumor or knee-jerk theory, if it means increasing profits for their sponsors, of course. The problem, say the Brazilian doctors on the ground is that there is no proof whatsoever that the Zika virus is at the root of the recent huge increase in microcephaly birth defect cases in Brazil. The doctors say there is absolutely no evidence to prove a scientific link between the Zika virus and birth defects.
T-dap Vaccine and Birth Defects?
Is the T-dap vaccine now given to Brazilian women responsible for birth defects? There is some evidence to support this theory – more evidence than there is for the Zika-virus-as- culprit story – that the microcephaly outbreak has been caused by the Brazilian government’s mandate to give pregnant women the T-dap vaccine, despite there being no evidence to prove that doing so is safe for the developing fetus. The mad microcephaly outbreak – some 4,000 babies were born with microcephaly in the last year or so – occurred on the exact timeline when the government began to vaccinate pregnant women with T-dap.
Monsanto Larvae Spray Birth Defects
Physicians in the Crop-Sprayed Towns (PCST) have identified another potential culprit more likely than the Zika virus to be causing the birth defects. PCST filed a recent report that revealed the area from which most of the afflicted persons live had been sprayed with a larvicide known to cause birth defects.
In 2014, the Brazilian Ministry of Health (oddly named for this chore) added the toxic chemical pyriproxyfen to the state of Pernambuco’s drinking-water reservoirs. The ingenious plan was to stop the proliferation of the Zika-carrying Aedes aegypti mosquito. (The idea, apparently, was that the Bazilian Ministry of Health needed to destroy the state in order to save it, in the spirit of the American soldier in Vietnam who famously explained to his superior officer why it had been necessary to torch a local village.)
The PCST report said that pyriproxyfen, sold under the commercial name SumiLarv, is made by Sumitomo Chemical, a Japanese subsidiary of Monsanto. The problem is that it is a growth inhibitor, and may well be inhibiting the natural growth of humans in the womb (imagine that).
Zika Virus, Monsanto Larvicide, T-dap Vaccine?
The report by PCST revealed that the pesticide, sold under the commercial name SumiLarv, is manufactured by Sumitomo Chemical, a Japanese subsidiary of Monsanto. The report says:
“Pyriproxyfen is a growth inhibitor of mosquito larvae, which alters the development process from larva to pupa to adult, thus generating malformations in developing mosquitoes and killing or disabling them. It acts as an insect juvenile hormone or juvenoid, and has the effect of inhibiting the development of adult insect characteristics (for example, wings and mature external genitalia) and reproductive development. It is an endocrine disruptor and is teratogenic (causes birth defects).
“Malformations detected in thousands of children from pregnant women living in areas where the Brazilian state added pyriproxyfen to drinking water is not a coincidence, even though the Ministry of Health places a direct blame on Zika virus for this damage, while trying to ignore its responsibility and ruling out the hypothesis of direct and cumulative chemical damage caused by years of endocrine and immunological disruption of the affected population,” according to the report by Physicians in the Crop-Sprayed Towns.”
Brazil questions the Official Story
In January 2016, the Brazilian Association for Collective Health (ABRASCO) published an open letter to the people of Brazil, questioning the linear analysis carried out by Brazil’s Ministry of Health, which linked the emergent congenital malformations to Zika.
The group took issue with the ignoring of other factors that could have a direct influence on the problem and worked to minimize the fact that the widespread epidemic in the Pacific and the current epidemic in Colombia, resulted in no cases of malformations, much less microcephaly.
The PCST report pointed out that, despite infecting 75% of the population, previous Zika epidemics did not cause birth defects in newborns. In other countries such as Colombia there are no cases of microcephaly, despite their being many Zika cases.
While there has been no shortage of theories as to the origin of the virus, the World Health Organization (WHO) has not linked microcephaly directly to Zika, but at the same time it is playing an indecipherable game, calling for a Zika vaccine even in the absence of evidence. As Donald Rumsfeld so infamously said, in some of the most beautiful Orwellian doublspeake ever uttered: “Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.”
The WHO, long behind mass vaccination for all manner of ills (when clean water and healthy food would better serve the needy), admits there is no causal link between Zika infection and pregnancy leading to microcephaly. Nevertheless, WHO claims through its General Director Margaret Chan: “[C]ircumstantial evidence is suggestive and extremely worrisome.”
Suggestive and Extremely Worrisome
Got that? “Suggestive and extremely worrisome.” With such deft language, Ms. Chan should be able to retain her spokesmodel job with the WHO for quite some time. Her language is suggestive and extremely worrisome for anyone with any interest in the truth.
Zika has been declared a global health emergency by the WHO, which reports that, “Scientists are currently racing to develop a vaccine.” Racing? When they don’t even know Zika is the cause of the birth defect problem, and the available evidence suggests that it quite likely is not? God help the good people of Brazil. They need our prayers as their own “Health” Ministry and WHO swoop in to “help” them.
Is creating more vaccines, more artificial immunity the way to solve a problem that is likely not caused by Zika virus in the first place, given that there is no causal link between the virus and the birth defects? Do we live in a sane world?
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