Florida to Spray Residents Like Bugs over Zika — with a Chemical that Ironically Reduces Fetal Brain Size in Studies

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The zika psyop continues…

An aerial insecticide spraying campaign began at dawn this morning in Florida to kill mosquitoes that might be infected with the zika virus. The spray will cover a 10-mile area in Miami. Health officials claim the the chemical to be sprayed, an organophosphate neurotoxin called Naled, is “safe” to breathe and no one really needs to take any special measures while they are being sprayed like bugs (although it has been “recommended” that people with allergies stay inside).

While health officials still have yet to find a mosquito actually carrying the virus in Miami, 15 people have reportedly been diagnosed with zika there, mostly concentrated in the north downtown Miami area, and officials claim to have ruled out transmission via other means such as travel or sexual intercourse.

On Monday, Gov. Rick Scott asked the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to activate a CDC Emergency Response Team (CERT) to continue going door-to-door to collect urine samples in a sort of zika martial law exercise. The activation call coincided with the CDC announcing an unprecedented travel warning urging pregnant women to avoid the area in Miami where zika-infected people started popping up. It’s unprecedented because this kind of martial law behavior, including the travel warnings, wasn’t even remotely shown during the Ebola psyop, and Ebola is a lot more deadly than zika.

Pregnant woman should avoid the area anyway, because according to the Northwest Center for Alternatives to Pesticides factsheet on Naled, studies have shown that exposure of pregnant animals to for just three days during brain development resulted in 15% smaller brains in their babies, and an increase in aggressiveness and memory deterioration. Naled also happens to be 20 times more toxic when exposure occurs due to inhalation of Naled-contaminated air versus ingestion. Symptoms can range from fatigue, headaches and nausea to diarrhea.

Naled has also caused pancreatic cancer and leukemia in lab tests. Naled has been found to be especially damaging to the nervous system. Naled’s inert ingredients include Napthaline, classified by the EPA as a “possible human carcinogen,” and 1,2,4-trimethylbenzene, a nervous system depressant. In addition, it breaks down into dichlorvos, and two independent studies (here and here) have shown an increase in pediatric brain cancers when children are exposed to dichlorvos versus when they are not.

When the CDC recommended spraying it in Puerto Rico, people there protested for concerns it would have detrimental effects on the environment, including residents’ health and local agriculture.

As Activist Post’s Bernie Suarez has previously reported, it still has not been proven that microcephaly — a birth defect that causes babies to be born with abnormally small heads and the new big concern from zika — is even officially caused by zika. All evidence thus far is entirely circumstantial, as even Director-General Maraget Chan of the World Health Organization has gone on the record to state. In fact, decades of scientific literature show zika is largely benign.

One has to wonder if this entire thing is a psyop as others have previously reported… our officials are going to an awful lot of trouble, demanding urine samples door-to-door and spraying everyone like bugs, for a virus that Mac Slavo of SHTFPlan.com points out “is not necessarily life threatening” anyway. Could this have anything to do with the fact that the GM mosquitoes purposefully released over Florida to combat Dengue fever aren’t dying off the way they were supposed to?

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  • Mr Larry

    Evacuate the whole state and carpet bomb it. The rebuild effort will benefit people for decades. All new rides at Disney !

  • Doyle Nibits

    We need to spray that pesticide over Israel.

    • Trevski

      Thats a bit harsh. The vast majority of Israelis especially the young are not Zionist monsters. I have spent time there, they are ordinary people trying to make sense of the madness controlling the world. Have a heart for your fellow `human beings` no matter where they are…..We are all controlled until we wake up

      • SteveDave123

        You feel the same about the Palestinians?

        • Trevski

          Absolutely. What the Zionist have done to the Palestinians is one of the most uphorent acts ever delivered to fellow human beings. I support fully the BDS movement in trying to force the hand of those responsible to back off. However I do go back to its not the normal Israelis (ok some of the nutters support this stance) but their so called leaders. These Zionist dont care of the suffering because they are hardly human. Its this hidden hand behind our governments that are creating this hell for the Palastians and others. Look at Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria and now Yemen. Same people, same hand, same motives.

      • Doyle Nibits

        Yeah, I try to control my anger for Jews because so many of them have converted to Christianity. Thanks for pointing it out. The Jew elders have waged war on Christians though, and tell them all kinds of lies about Christians.

        • Trevski

          Am angry too Doyle but I try put that energy into positive actions, no other way I guess. Its a pwerful but dwindling entity that we are fighting. Keep the faith, have your voice heard

  • desertspeaks

    with the same chemicals that was sprayed in s. America that resulted in the exact same brain disorder that will be experienced in Florida now.

  • Trevski

    False Flag………..Open experimentation on humans. America loves to do this to its own. Wake up and tell them to f…k o..f with their experiments before its too late

  • sammy

    america has never had a “governmennt” to protect their rights like europe had, its all been about private corporations. even “states” are corporations. So americans need to root out private capitalists and acutally implement a real government not run by freemasons.

    • Jas

      Wait a sec….the ‘states’ didn’t incorporate until the 1950’s to 60’s….Only the federal government was a corporation prior to that, back to 1781.

      • sammy

        long story. The cosntitution was pretty much immediately hijacked from “United States of America” (of/by the ppl) to “The United States”, or “U.S.” (Inc). This is what the 5 presidents were doing before Washington that nobody knows abotu (yes there were mayn presidents before washington). So for the fed and then the reserve and IRS to come in later is like a subsidiary corporation within the holding company. Hence why theres a whole list of ppl to pay “taxes” to (“state, federal, local, etc”) when most nations only have ONE tax instiuttion.
        Every sneaky political move ever made has been to undermine gvnt; ie the removal of the gold standard, the implementation of unregulated central banks, etc etc
        America has always been a corporate cartel for masons and mafia.

        • Jas

          I thought we had 9 leaders prior to Washington but they weren’t ‘titled’ President because that office hadn’t been created yet. The leader of the Continental Congress was our leader, with George Mason being the first leader of our royal slave plantation. The US federal government has always been a corporation, it was a requirement for the Treaty of Paris which is why it was formed in 1781 two years prior to the treaty. The King needed a corp to receive the ‘governmental services contract’ from the Virginia Co. It has always been a sham.

  • It is not Paranoia

    And now we can say that chemtrails exist because of mosquitoes!


    Let’s go watch TV.

  • Andreas Schlüter

    See also: „Ebola: Pandora´s
    Box Opened Since Long?“
    “US Power Elite Declared Bio War on the Southern Hemisphere, East Asia
    and all Non-Western Countries in September 2000”:
    Andreas Schlüter
    Berlin, Germany

  • DoubtingThomas


    REPORT from Physicians in the Crop-Sprayed Villages regarding
    Dengue-Zika, microcephaly, and mass-spraying with chemical poisons
    Main points:
    1-Dengue epidemic in Brazil persists endemically (on an ongoing basis)
    due to the marginalisation and misery of millions of people, especially in
    Northeast Brazil. On top of that, Zika virus, a similar disease although more
    benign, is now spreading.
    2. A dramatic increase of congenital malformations, especially
    microcephaly in newborns, was detected and quickly linked to the Zika virus
    by the Brazilian Ministry of Health. However, they fail to recognise that in the
    area where most sick persons live, a chemical larvicide producing
    malformations in mosquitoes has been applied for 18 months, and that this
    poison (pyroproxyfen) is applied by the State on drinking water used by the
    affected population.
    3. 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.
    3. The pyroproxyfen being used (as recommended by WHO) is
    manufactured by Sumimoto Chemical, a Japanese subsidiary of Monsanto.
    4. 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 manoeuvre from the chemical poisons industry, deeply
    integrated into Latin American ministries of health as well as WHO and PAHO.
    5. Massive spreading using planes, as the governments of Mercosur
    are considering, is criminal, useless, and a political manoeuvre 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.
    6. 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.
    Along with the chronic epidemic of Dengue in Brazil (almost endemic in
    Northeast Brazil, just like the millions of people living in poverty and marginality), an
    outbreak of Zika, a virus disease also transmitted by the Aedes mosquito, has been
    taking place for 9 months.
    In Pernambuco, nearly 4,000 children born in 2015 show congenital
    malformations, especially MICROCEPHALY (heads smaller than usual). The Brazilian
    Ministry of Health promptly claimed that it was a consequence of the infection caused
    by the Zika virus(1)
    Discovered in 1947 in the Zika forest in Uganda, the ZIKA virus is an arbovirus of the
    genus Flavivirus, similar to the virus causing dengue, yellow fever, Japanese
    encephalitis, West Nile fever, and St. Louis encephalitis. First human cases of Zika
    infection were described during the 1960’s in Africa; after that there were outbreaks in
    Southeast Asia and Oceania(2).
    Up until 2007, when a large epidemic appeared in Yap —an island in the Pacific Ocean
    (Micronesia)— Zika infections had been limited to sporadic cases or small-scale
    epidemics. During the Yap epidemic, an estimated three-quarters of the local
    population had been infected. (2)
    The expanding area of distribution of ZIKA turned Zika fever into an emerging disease,
    confirmed by the current epidemic affecting French Polynesia since October 2013 and
    New Caledonia, with reported cases since late 2013. These Pacific Islands are
    characterised by the large number of mosquitoes that proliferate especially among
    native villages. (2)
    In May 2015, the World Health Organization reported native cases identified in Brazil.
    Last December, the Ministry of Health estimated that 440,000 to 1,300,000 suspected
    cases of Zika virus disease had occurred in Brazil during 2015. (2)
    The true incidence of Zika fever is unknown, due to the fact that its clinical
    manifestations imitate the infection caused by Dengue virus, and to the lack of simple
    and reliable lab tests. In endemic areas, epidemiological studies show a high
    prevalence of antibodies against ZIKA. For example, the 2007 Yap epidemic resulted in
    an attack rate of 14.6/1,000 inhabitants, and a seroprevalence of 750/1000 inhabitants
    after the epidemic (i.e. 750/1000 had the infection without developing the disease.) The
    infection appears to be symptomatic only in 18% of cases. (2-3)
    It usually happens as a flu-like syndrome, often confused with other arbovirus
    infections such as Dengue or Chikungunya. The typical form of the disease is
    associated with low-grade fever (between 37.8 ºC and 38.5 ºC), arthralgia, especially of
    small joints in hands and feet, myalgia, headache, retro-orbital pain, conjunctivitis, and
    maculopapular rash. Digestive problems (abdominal pain, diarrhoea, constipation),
    ulceration of mucous membranes (thrush), and itching can be rarely observed.
    Asthenia after infection seems to be common.(2)
    On December 2013, during the Zika epidemic in French Polinesia, an increase in cases
    of Guillain Barre syndrome, a neurological paralysis linked to immune disruption
    generated by viruses, vaccines and/or environmental toxins, was reported. (4)
    Zika in Brazil
    On January 2016, the Brazilian Association for Collective Health (ABRASCO) published a
    Technical Note and Open Letter to the People of Brazil(1), questioning the linear
    analysis carried out by the Ministry of Health of Brazil, which linked the emergent
    congenital malformations to Zika, leaving aside other factors that can have an
    influence on the problem, and minimising the fact that the widespread epidemic in the
    Pacific and the current epidemic in Colombia, resulted in no cases of malformations,
    much less microcephaly. Above all, the role of the chemical model for vector control is
    ignored. This model, implying the mass usage of chemical poisons in order to reduce or
    eradicate the presence of mosquitoes, has been carried out in the most vulnerable
    areas of Northeast Brazil for 40 years, whilst the epidemics, poverty, social
    marginalisation, deforestation, and climate change have multiplied.
    Since the second half of 2014, the Brazilian Ministry of Health(5) stopped using
    temephos (an organophosphate agrotoxic to which Aedes larvae became resistant) as
    larvicide, massively incorporating the poison Pyroproxyfen, commercially known as
    Sumilarv and manufactured by Sumimoto Chemical, a Japanese company associated to
    or subsidiary of Monsanto in Latin America (1,5).
    The spatial distribution by place of residence of mothers of children born with
    microcephaly shows a higher concentration in the poorest areas of Northeastern Brazil,
    with poor urbanisation and inadequate sanitation. Large areas of Recife and other cities
    in Northeastern Brazil, with intermittent water supply, led these communities to store
    water at home in an unsafe manner, due to the inadequate protection of tanks
    intended for human consumption, leading to very favourable conditions for the Aedes
    Aegypti mosquito, by creating a breeding ground which should not exist and that can
    be mechanically removed.(1)
    Pyroproxyfen is applied directly by the Brazilian Ministry of Health on drinking-water
    reservoirs used by the people of Pernambuco, where the proliferation of the Aedes
    mosquito is very high (a situation similar to the Pacific Islands).(6) This poison,
    recommended by the WHO, is a growth inhibitor of mosquito larvae, which alters the
    development process larva-pupa-adult, thus generating malformations in developing
    mosquitoes and causing their death or incapacity. It is analogous to the insect juvenile
    hormone or juvenoids, which has the effect of inhibiting the development of adult
    insect characteristics (for example wings, mature external genitalia) and the
    reproductive development, maintaining an “immature” aspect (nymph or larvae), which
    means that it acts by endocrine disruption and that is teratogenic.
    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. Doctors from the Brazilian Association for
    Collective Health (ABRASCO) demand that urgent epidemiological studies taking into
    account this causal link be carried out, especially when among 3,893 cases of
    malformations confirmed until January 20, 2016, 49 children have died and only five of
    them were confirmed to have been infected with Zika(1).
    Many policy-makers, even PAHO and OMS, epidemiologists, public health experts,
    chemists and politicians in general easily forget that human beings, every one of us,
    have deployed embryonic development processes in which we go through very
    different stages. The evolution from zygote to embryo, from embryo to foetus and from
    foetus to newborn, is not far from the development process of the mosquito affected by
    pyriproxyfen. They also very easily try to ignore that in humans, 60% of our active
    genes are identical to those of insects such as the Aedes mosquito. And it is much more
    confusing when they are “advised” by experts from Foundations and chemical
    insecticides companies (for ex.: Fundación Mundo Sano and Chemotecnica), or when
    decision makers from the Ministry of Health are former employees of global companies
    manufacturing and selling poisons for “domestic purposes.”
    Brazil fumigates against adult Aedes using Malation, a carcinogenic organophosphorate
    compound according to WHO. Paraguay acquired thousands of tonnes of clorpyriphos in
    order to kill mosquitoes, although we know that clorpyriphos affects the developing
    brain of foetus and newborns. In Argentina, vector “control” is carried out using
    pyrethroids, which is a little less toxic but banned in Europe because of its effect on
    For doctors in ABRASCO, the problem is that behind these decisions we find the World
    Health Organization and the Pan American Health Organization, holding “Pesticides”
    committees that maintain no dialogue with the environmental, sanitation and health
    promotion committees. In these agencies, the committees prescribing the use and
    regulation of the purchase of supplies for vector control for the entire world are
    imperial. It is these agencies who convince and endorse the tendering processes for
    national governments.(1)
    How to face these diseases
    The hegemonic strategies for facing these diseases spread by mosquitoes and
    multiplied by poverty, lack of sanitation, excreta, lack of safe water, are vertical
    intervention programs, while chemical poisons (larvicides and adulticides) demobilise
    the population by relying on the success of the poison’s properties, which in turn makes
    them sick, kills the natural predators of mosquitoes and generates the need for
    repeated applications that only benefit the chemical poisons companies.
    A vast amount of independent scientific data shows how this strategy is defective and
    that it is only useful for taking photographs of the rulers in office. Community-based
    strategies including social participation and mobilisation yield better results against the
    impending epidemic.(7,8,9) The steps that lead to defeating the disease are linked to
    social justice and equity. Clearly, the social sectors affected by Dengue and Zika are
    the poorest and most deprived of services and rights.
    In some very specific moments, massive aerial spraying over inhabited areas might be
    advisable, but their effects are limited only to decreasing the amount of adult
    mosquitoes during 2-3 days, which can be useful when colder days arrive (note that the
    Aedes mosquito is immobilised and does not reproduce nor feed with temperatures
    below 23 °C.)
    Controlled applications around houses in the first case (focus control) are useful to
    decrease the progress of the epidemic, but massive sprayings over entire cities
    requires an analysis of health costs (damage to human health and the ecosystem) vs
    health benefits (control and mitigation of the epidemic), which cannot be justified in
    any “sanitary” way, despite being used by governments and the hegemonic press to
    simulate that measures are taken to defend the health of people.
    Our experience from the Dengue epidemic in Cordoba in 2009, in which we had direct
    participation, shows that the distribution of cases corresponds to the same distribution
    of infant mortality in 2007 and the distribution of the population with higher unmet
    basic needs, namely: lack of housing, jobs, education and health, which can be seen on
    the maps attached.
    Mass spraying is not the solution to a problem; it’s merely generating a business within
    a problem.
    New strategy: GM mosquitoes (new business)
    Within this framework, there is a new health intervention strategy in Brazil, which they
    will try to expand to the entire region: GM mosquitoes.
    The English company Oxitec sells male GM mosquitoes, supposedly in order to
    decrease the Aedes population. A lethal gene is inserted in those mosquitoes, which is
    transmitted to the offspring, causing death to larvae if it is not blocked by an antibiotic
    The goal is that millions of male mosquitoes are released to mate with wild females, so
    that their eggs result in larvae which dies spontaneously.(10,11)
    The business is to sell those lab mosquitoes to governments, and then people need to
    “protect” those mosquitoes because, supposedly, it is neither necessary nor advisable
    to remove the sites where mosquitoes breed.
    Currently in Brazil nearly 15 million GM mosquitoes have been released, and the failure
    is complete. Where field tests were carried out, less than 15% of larvae were
    transgenic, that is to say… wild females are not accepting the English mosquito from
    Oxitec. The response: increasing the release in poor areas. (10)
    Also, we must take into account that the biology of the disease shows that the female
    only “stings” when it’s pregnant and generating eggs after being fertilised by a male; it
    does it in that state and only then, because it needs blood components in order to
    develop the eggs. So, if millions of male mosquitoes are released, there will be many
    more fertilised females looking to suck the blood of mammals, thus increasing the
    spreading of the disease from infected people to healthy people!
    In the face of the Zika threat, mass sprayings in Mercosur
    The governments of Mercosur are causing alarm with the threat of Zika and
    microcephaly, proposing “more of the same.” The agribusiness is offering the services
    of the “Soya Air Force” to be used for spraying over cities and villages.(12)
    Monoculture, the massive use of pesticides, deforestation, destruction of flora and
    fauna, ecological imbalance, climate change, inequality, those factors are not
    considered as a cause of the problem.
    To social inequality, these epidemics will add health inequalities, and governments with
    their chemical attacks will generate environmental inequality.
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    relacionadas ao Aedes aegypti: os perigos das abordagens com larvicidas e
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    Latin America. Sumimoto Chemical News Release December 09, 2014.
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  • AnnT

    Would the urine test be definitive proof of anything? I see the CDC has a “hotline” and numerous ways to report “suspected” cases, but from what I understand, confirming zika is considerably more difficult and not everyone is bothering to follow through.

  • AnnT

    That’s awful. Not surprising, but sad to hear. Have you witnessed the impact on wildlife? Just wondering, because that would indicate a pretty dramatic impact.