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The Zika Virus Culling Was Misplaced -- Microcephaly Was Likely Caused by an Insecticide
Freep | 05-10-20 | CharlesOconnell

Posted on 05/10/2020 7:03:37 AM PDT by CharlesOConnell

Latest Zika Info Lacking Balance

Zika Panic Careened Out of Control

Microcephaly Was Likely Caused by Broad Use of a Chemical Pesticice, Pyriproxyfen, in Drinking Water, a "Larvicide"

Summary: Nobody should be careless about getting Zika. But allowing a panic to deflect attention from the most important issues is no help either.


These are Microcephaly Kids. Disclaimer: Their Moms probably didn’t have Zika.

As you can see, they’re terrific people. I want to be with them.

If God were to send me one, I would probably learn to “wag more, bark less” from them.


The most highly regarded American reporter, Sharyl Attkisson, reports that while Zika has been associated with increased incidences of microcephaly births, there is little evidence that the Zika infection itself directly causes the microcephaly birth defect. An insecticide that people were drinking may be the cause.

The image below is repeated in most Zika stories. It conveys a sense of suffering. The viewer is probably unaware that the placement of the image in the stories unconsciously links fears of having imperfect children with the crying and sense of suffering.
A perfect, beautiful child crying would convey a very different “right brain” message.

TOPICS: Agriculture; Health/Medicine; Science
KEYWORDS: pyriproxyfen; zika

1 posted on 05/10/2020 7:03:37 AM PDT by CharlesOConnell
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Such evil in this world

2 posted on 05/10/2020 8:30:31 AM PDT by ronnie raygun
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