Population Control

The Truth About The Zika Virus: Jon Rappoport On The Corbett Report

Saturday, February 6, 2016
By Paul Martin

By James Corbett ActivistPost.com FEBRUARY 6, 2016 You may have heard of the wave of birth defects that is ravaging Latin America as the globe gears up for another pandemic panic. But do you know how many of those cases of microcephaly have been confirmed? Or how many of those confirmed cases are said... »

On Cue: In The Midst Of Zika Psyop, Mass Media Rolls Out Multiple Norovirus Stories

Saturday, February 6, 2016
By Paul Martin

By Bernie Suarez ActivistPost.com FEBRUARY 6, 2016 Everyone paying attention by now has probably noticed it’s “virus-scare” season. It’s that time of the year when vaccine makers get to market their product to a frightened humanity hoping to be “saved” from scary viruses and diseases while they save themselves from massive profit losses. Consider... »

State of emergency declared in Puerto-Rico as Zika cases climb to 22

Saturday, February 6, 2016
By Paul Martin

RT.com 6 Feb, 2016 Puerto Rican authorities have been forced to declare an emergency situation in the country, following a steep rise in Zika fever incidences. The number of cases stands at 22. Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla told reporters on Friday that federal authorities were helping set up an outreach campaign to... »

Complex abortion debate emerges over Zika virus-infected fetuses

Saturday, February 6, 2016
By Paul Martin

RT.com 6 Feb, 2016 A number of high-level officials in the Catholic Church are criticizing women who have abortions out of fear their babies may be born with defects due to the Zika virus. One of Pope Francis’ top advisers, Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga of Honduras, condemned those considering a “therapeutic abortion”, which is... »

Three New Cases of Zika Infection Registered in Northeast Italy

Friday, February 5, 2016
By Paul Martin

SputnikNews.com 05.02.2016 Three new cases of the Zika virus disease have been registered this year in the northeastern Italian region of Veneto, a local health official said Friday. MOSCOW (Sputnik) — A total of seven cases of the mosquito-borne illness, linked to brain damage in newborns, have been confirmed in Italy since 2015. All... »

Zika: Update From Brazil: Towering Non-Evidence

Friday, February 5, 2016
By Paul Martin

By Jon Rappoport ActivistNews.com FEBRUARY 5, 2016 I can now provide the latest update on what researchers in Brazil are discovering, as they dig into their original findings about the Zika virus and cases of microcephaly (babies born with small heads and brain impairment). A correspondent has offered a translation of an article that... »

Zika Virus Prompts Florida Governor to Expand State of Emergency to 5th County

Friday, February 5, 2016
By Paul Martin

By GILLIAN MOHNEY ABCNews.com Feb 4, 2016 Florida Gov. Rick Scott expanded the state of emergency to a fifth county today after the discovery of Zika virus cases there. There are currently 12 people diagnosed with the Zika virus in Florida, up from nine people on Wednesday, Scott said during a news conference. The... »

Two cases of Zika virus reported in Omaha area

Friday, February 5, 2016
By Paul Martin

Jennifer Griswold KMTV.com Feb 4, 2016 OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) – The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services announced it has received reports of two cases of the Zika virus. They are the first cases in the state. One is in Douglas County. One is in Sarpy County. Both of the people involved are... »

Colombia confirms first three deaths of patients infected with Zika virus

Friday, February 5, 2016
By Paul Martin

Patients had contracted a seemingly related disease that attacks the nervous system and causes paralysis, and another two deaths were still unconfirmed Sibylla Brodzinsky Guardian.com Thursday 4 February Colombia has confirmed the first three deaths of patients infected with the Zika virus who had contracted a seemingly related disease that attacks the nervous system... »

Florida readies for a fight with Zika virus

Friday, February 5, 2016
By Paul Martin

By JENNIFER KAY, Associated Press WRAL.com 2/5/2016 MIAMI — Florida’s history of fighting off mosquito-borne outbreaks puts the state in perhaps better position than most when it comes to the Zika virus. In 2014, chikungunya, a virus spread by the same species of mosquito as Zika, infected a million people in the Caribbean. While... »

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