new cases did not do much to help answer the big scientific question
that researchers have: How precisely is Zika connected to microcephaly,
and why do some babies born to Zika-infected mothers have the defect
while others do not?”
The New York Times
answers to the Zika virus mystery are found at rense.com (links
virus does not cause microcephaly. The two disorders occur independent
of each other and have different origins. Microcephaly, seen in
brain deformation in embryos, affected only a small minority of
pregnant women who contracted a Zika infection.
virus is carried by the Aedes aegypti mosquito. Zika virus was discovered
in 1947 by microbiologist Jordi Casals at the Rockefeller laboratory
in Entebbe, Uganda, now the location of a CDC infectious disease
lab. Latin America is affected by the Asian strain of this virus,
which leapfrogged from Indonesia to Micronesia and Tahiti before
arriving in Brazil.
is caused by a gene-modified protein developed by Oxytec, a commercial
research lab at Oxford University, owned by former CIA director
James Woolsey’s Lux group and funded by the Gates Foundation, Wellcome
Trust and WHO.
lab-created PTF (protein transcription factor) is called RIDL (Release
of Insect carrying a Dominant Lethal gene switch). RIDL attacks
the GATA gene in the DNA of mosquito larvae and of human embryos,
damaging development of the brain, nerves, heart and blood system.
release of RIDL was ostensibly to stop mosquito-spread dengue fever,
but Oxytec has failed to achieve this objective due to a high survival
rate. The human “side effect” was to cause unreported numbers of
miscarriages in women along with microcephaly in hundreds of surviving
GM-carrier mosquitoes are instruments for illegal population reduction
lauched under the cover of a mosquito-control program and falsely
attributed to the Zika virus. Oxford and its corporate partners
are responsible for biological warfare with a lab-created pathogen.
The microbiology behind the Zika
fraud and its connections to biological-warfare labs are thoroughly
uncovered in a series of three articles at rense.com: