Bombshell: Zika fraud leads to mosquito spraying and autism

by Jon Rappoport

August 13, 2016

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The title of this piece could have been, “When the cure for a problem causes the problem.”

Naled, the organophosphate pesticide now being sprayed on Miami to kill “Zika mosquitoes,” has dire effects.

Reference: a 2014 study, “Neurodevelopmental disorders and prenatal residential proximity to agricultural pesticides: the CHARGE study.” [Environmental Health Perspectives, 2014 Oct;122(10):1103-9.]

Key quotes from the study:

“Gestational exposure to several common agricultural pesticides can induce developmental neurotoxicity in humans, and has been associated with developmental delay and autism.” [Emphasis added]

“We evaluated whether residential proximity to agricultural pesticides during pregnancy is associated with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) or developmental delay (DD)…”

“Approximately one-third of CHARGE study mothers lived, during pregnancy, within 1.5 km (just under 1 mile) of an agricultural pesticide application. Proximity to organophosphates at some point during gestation was associated with a 60% increased risk for ASD [Autism Spectrum Disorders], higher for third-trimester exposures…and second-trimester chlorpyrifos [an organophosphate pesticide] applications…”

“This study of ASD strengthens the evidence linking neurodevelopmental disorders with gestational pesticide exposures, particularly organophosphates…”

The pesticide spraying affects pregnant mothers by raising the risk of neurological damage to their babies.

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I’ve written a whole series of articles demonstrating that the Zika virus has never been proved to cause birth defects. (For starters, see here, here, and here. Full archive here.)

The correlation between a) the presence of Zika and b) babies with the microcephaly birth defect is so weak and sparse, it constitutes counter-evidence for Zika as the cause.

Honest researchers trying to find a cause of birth defects would go back to the drawing board, because the overwhelming majority of birth-defect cases show no presence of Zika.

Therefore, the Zika-carrying mosquitoes have no business being the target of toxic spraying. But they are. And the spraying increases the risk of neurological damage in babies.

Is there an attorney anywhere in the United States who, along with a good PR agency, would like to file a billion-dollar suit against the Florida Health Department and the CDC and the FDA? There are plenty of potential plaintiffs in Miami right now.

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at or OutsideTheRealityMachine.

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12 comments on “Bombshell: Zika fraud leads to mosquito spraying and autism

  1. Reblogged this on Scoop Feed and commented:
    … According to a recent national news story Miami residents are encouraged to go inside their houses for a few hours if they happen to see planes spraying Naled on their neighborhoods.

  2. elnura1 says:

    Below is an interesting article. The writer went to great lengths not to make the connection between the mosquitoes that are alleged to cause Zika and what happened in 1956 with the military:

    1956 U.S. military releases mosquitoes infected with Yellow Fever over Savannah, Ga and Avon Park, Fl. Following each test, Army agents posing as public health officials test victims for effects.

    Now the writer of this article:
    Before America Wanted to Eradicate Them, the U.S. Military was Weaponizing the Zika Mosquito

    is questioning is it the same species of mosquitoes that carries the benign Zika virus that was dropped on Georgia & Florida in 1956-Aedes aegypti, than Zika has most likely been in the US since because knowing how narrow minded the military is I’m sure they tested to see if the mosquitoes were duly infected to carry yellow fever, which they know can be deadly but not Zika because it was said to be benign so why bother to test for it. Zika discovered in 1947 so if there had been no major deadly outbreak anywhere on the planet of this virus the military would know this because they have spent probably billions trying to weaponize insects.

  3. Willem van Es says:

    There is an alternative control in development at Wageningen University. It is to put good Dutch but with translation program. It works on a much bigger problem namely that malaria is transmitted the same mosquito.

  4. Theodore says:

    Miami residents fret over pesticide used to fight Zika

    “We do not know what it is or what it does, and we do not trust the government,” said Fermin Gonzalez, a 38-year-old graphic designer. “I doubt it is healthy.”

    Some merchants in Wynwood, the tourist-popular neighborhood where the virus was first detected two weeks ago, have organized into a coalition opposed to naled fumigation. Over the weekend, demonstrators staged a protest.

    • Willem van Es says:

      Pesticides work temporarily and also cause many gezondheisproblemen in humans (cancer) and also kill beneficial insects like bees, bumblebees and wasps that prey ensure pollination of crops eaten by us. These animals have the already difficult due to substances like imidacloprid (study Principal Investigator Ben Woodcock of the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology in Oxfordshire, UK). That’s probably the big problem with Zika.De mosquito is through genetic modifications immune to most pesticides. Chemical control will only bring profits to the companies. It is important to remove all the small and hot water storages. Think of tires where water stands, buckets, not closed butts. Larger bodies of water also contain the natural predators of mosquitoes. In the Netherlands (Wageningen University) tested a trap for Africa with an attractant based on human sweat to catch mosquitoes. The mosquito that transmits the malaria zika and react the same on human breath and sweat.

  5. ZikaWar says:

    While the link may be weak for microcephaly it cannot be ruled out and therefore does present a threat of incalculable measure to the parents of a child. Nothing, and I mean nothing is worse than having a child born with a.debilitating disease. Even the slightest chance of that occuring will and should make parents concerned. In additon aegis egypti carries many diseases and therefore the possibility of a major outbreak of malaria or yellow fever by itself justifies eradication efforts. (I’m not sure if you are aware of Florida’s history concerning eradication efforts and outbreaks in the past but if not you should do some research on it to put some more of this into the context of harm to the overall community). While the strength of those efforts may be debated in the context of overall harm to the community it must be weighed against the possible damage of not doing anything and in this case although the risk may be low the consequences are unacceptable.

    Also it is very difficult to believe that the State of Florida would risk its main source of income unless there was a very serious threat. Some of the most powerful.and richest people in the world own significant property here and this economy depends upon tourism . If they are not putting a great deal of preasure on the polkticians to stop all bad publicity it would be very surprising. (In fact it makes no ssense at all. Almost everyone in Florida stands to lose from the situation.) Certainly your conclusions would be music to their ears. Therefore it should not be impossible to find major funding for studies 2 disprove the possibility links to microcephaly and GBS. I would certainly like to see that happen. Logically, though, the most likely conclusion is that, if anything, the authorities would downplay the risk.

  6. C. Jackson says:

    Thursday night Linda M. Howe was on C2C am reporting that a Penn State scientist is saying that Zika has virus has mutated and is causing problems in adults as well as fetuses. What us the veracity of this?

  7. Chris blau says:

    Evil sneaky con artist
    Media should […]!
    They spew this garbage
    US News media should [..] for treason [if found guilty by a jury]!

  8. Travis says:

    The most detailed study of head size in mercury poisoning, by Amin-Zaki et al (1979), involved 32 Iraqi children exposed prenatally and followed up to age 5 years. Eight (25%) had progressive microcephaly, i.e., the condition was not present at birth. None had developed macrocephaly, at least at the time of the study. The microcephaly has been ascribed to neuronal death or apoptosis from Hg intoxication.

    Autism: A Unique Type of Mercury Poisoning

    The original 1979 article by Amin-Zaki is available in abstract-only, or I would link that as well.

    I would be broke if I paid for every article that I wanted to read

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