Florida preparing to fight Zika with controversial insecticide linked to severe health and environmental effects

Friday, August 5, 2016
By Paul Martin

by: Julie Wilson
NaturalNews.com
Friday, August 05, 2016

Let’s face it, as was the case with Ebola, the media is blowing this Zika virus threat totally out of proportion, and as a result, some really bad decisions are being made along the way. As far as we’ve been told, the disease affects only a small portion of the population – pregnant women and those who may become pregnant in the near future.

The claim that Zika causes birth defects is based solely on “using epidemiological statistics, not rigorous scientific studies of cause and effect,” wrote the Health Ranger in a hit piece exposing the outbreak as an engineered pandemic to justify chemical spraying.

Scientists’ assertions are based on what they believe is a cause-and-effect relationship between the virus and developmental deformities in children born in regions of South America, home to mosquitoes carrying Zika.

But what researchers are failing to acknowledge, is that there are other, more likely causes of microcephaly, a severe birth defect resulting in reduced head size. Various types of pesticides are also known to cause birth defects.

Health officials are intent on spraying deadly chemicals into the air

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