“Matrixology 101: You’re supposed to be fixated on the fiction of One.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)
I’ve written a number of articles taking apart the Zika hoax, piece by piece, lie by lie. Here, I want to present an overview.
My analysis centers on two questions.
One: Is there a true “outbreak” of microcephaly in Brazil?
Two: Has the purported cause, the Zika virus, been established scientifically?
First, is there a surge of microcephaly in Brazil, where the story started? That depends on who you ask. The Brazilian health authority, so far, has reported only 404 confirmed cases of microcephaly (babies born with small heads and brain impairment) in the whole country. Not 4,100 cases, as first claimed.
But a second new report states that, in the northeast of the country, since 2012, there has been a significant increase of microcephaly cases.
This second report was just presented by Dr. Sandra Mattos. See: “Microcephaly in northeastern Brazil: a review of 16,208 births between 2012 and 2015” and this news report: “Brazil’s Pre-Zika Microcephaly Cases”.
She and her team studied the birth records of babies born in the northeastern state of Paraiba, and found between 2,000 and 4,000 cases of microcephaly per year, since 2012. The biggest spike in cases was in 2014. The number of the most severe cases has increased since the last part of 2015.
If Dr. Mattos’ report is accurate, then there is a significant microcephaly problem in the northeast of Brazil.
Why the difference between her figures and the Brazilian health authority’s estimate, so far, of only 404 confirmed cases of microcephaly in the whole country? Answer: unknown.
As you can see, the reporting system is a mess. It turns out Brazil isn’t alone in this regard. A further search of estimates in the US reveals a huge disparity. Depending on which source you consult, you can say there are 1,000 microcephaly cases in the US every year, or you can say the number is 25,000.
Therefore, in answering my first question above, about an “outbreak” of microcephaly in Brazil, I would say the answer is unknown—but Dr. Mattos’ analysis suggests there could be an upward trend, in the northeast, of babies born with smaller heads and brain damage. I say “could be,” because she has no figures available before 2012.
It would be nice to have a definite answer, but such answers aren’t always available. However, one thing is certain here:
Brazilian health authorities and the World Health Organization jumped the gun in asserting there was an epidemic, based on 4,100 cases they later cut down to 404. That was a press release, not science.
It signaled propagandist promotion of an epidemic—particularly because the cause was announced right away: Zika virus. And here we have a definite answer to the question: has Zika been proved to be the cause of microcephaly?
Not even close.
This is abrupt, simple, and convincing evidence AGAINST Zika as the cause. If you’re looking for one cause, you must establish, for starters, that the virus is present (and at high levels) in most, if not all, cases. That fact has been swept off the monopoly board of the medical cartel.
I’m aware of several recent small studies which purport to show evidence of Zika virus in the bodies of a few babies born with microcephaly. These studies prove nothing, since they’re limited to three or four cases. And their analysis is incapable of measuring the amount of Zika in each baby—a crucial factor. Millions and millions of a particular virus must be present in a person to even begin to say the virus is causing anything. (For one such study that proves nothing, see “First report of autochthonous transmission of Zika virus in Brazil [detected by RT-PCR]” and its associated news story: “Zika virus — a Brazilian perspective on a global health emergency”. For further context on the limitations of PCR tests, see “…let the [PCR] test’s inventor speak”.)
Furthermore, Zika has been known about since 1947. It has never been considered a health threat. It has been linked to mild transient illness with few symptoms. So, in that regard, it’s an absurd candidate for causing microcephaly and brain damage.
There was no reason to assert that Zika was the cause of microcephaly in the first place. It was all hype and no science.
Now, I’ll move along to related matters. In particular, the “one condition-one-cause” fallacy that has spread through medical research.
Surely in Brazil, microcephaly isn’t the only infant problem. In fact, in those 404 “confirmed” cases of microcephaly, Brazilian researchers admitted some cases could actually be, instead, other kinds of nervous-system impairment.
There are many arbitrary names and labels for such nervous-system destruction. These names overlap. The conditions overlap. They resist neat and separate definitions. Autism, autism spectrum, developmental delay, Fragile X syndrome, Intellectual Disability, Asperger’s Syndrome, Rett Syndrome, CDD, etc.
The artificial attempt to separate them is typical nonsense. Likewise, the attempt to ascribe different and distinct causes to each is preposterous.
Causes such as? Toxic pesticides, including Roundup and atrazine. Brazil uses more pesticides than any nation in the world, and many of these chemicals are banned in other countries.
Toxic vaccines—for example, the Tdap, which was recommended to pregnant women in Brazil in 2014. The MMR vaccine. Other vaccines. Look, for example, at aluminum ingredients, which cross the blood-brain barrier and are neurotoxic.
Genetically-engineered mosquitoes, released to combat mosquitoes that carry dengue fever. No human health studies were done.
Chemicals used to fumigate public places.
The mosquito-killing insecticide, pyroproxyfen, which has been dumped in water supplies.
And of course, those traditional immune-system destroyers, severe malnutrition, lack of basic sanitation, overcrowding, and stolen farm land.
There are other potential causes.
Narrowing the range to microcephaly and one cause is not an answer, and it isn’t a gateway into a solution for the overall long-term crisis.
Every time a new potential cause of microcephaly is exposed, people jump on that bandwagon. This is it! No, this is it! Instead, back away from the single-cause fixation and look at the overall picture.
Understanding will follow.
Even if we infer a new level of microcephaly has surged in northeastern Brazil, that doesn’t mean there has to be one cause. Thinking that way often cuts you off from the truth.
“One new effect equals one new cause”—this ironclad mandate looks like logic but it isn’t.
I’ll offer an assessment based on almost 30 years of investigating so-called outbreaks and epidemics. The specific condition or disease which is promoted in the press isn’t one condition at all. It’s the tip of an iceberg. Underneath, you’ll find all sorts of symptoms and maladies—and they have existed for a long time. As time passes, ebbs and flows, surges and declines occur—but the number of people suffering is always a high number. There is never one cause for the ongoing and largely unexplored crisis. There is a combination of factors that toxify human beings and reduce the capacity of their immune systems.
This analysis is not friendly to the medical cartel, which obsessively focuses (to their advantage) on the one-disease one-cause scenario. Their (false) cause is inevitably a virus. Making that assessment leads to vaccine and drug development, profits, and totalitarian control of the arena of human suffering.
Cleaning up contaminated water supplies, improving sanitation, eliminating overcrowding, introducing nutritious food to replace no-food or junk food—these and other non-medical measures would make people healthier and drastically reduce their need for any medical intervention at all.
That’s called a clue. What medical organization wants to take that route, thereby committing suicide?
In Brazil, an upsurge of microcephaly (if it is actually happening) is the tip of the iceberg. Other babies are being born with other severe neurological problems. Immune systems of pregnant women and mothers are compromised, which leads to numerous, serious, life-threatening infections in mothers and babies. The germs involved in the infections would never cause any harm in persons whose immune-defenses were strong.
Now you are seeing a rounded and true picture. The medical-cartel picture is a hysterical fiction, distorted and surreal. It is painted by a monopoly intent on protecting its territory, without any real concern for humans. Of course, the foot-soldiers in this conquest—the doctors—are mostly unaware of the role they are actually playing, since they’ve been indoctrinated to within an inch of their lives by false and self-serving science.
Over the years, I’ve spoken to several of these doctors. When I detail the transparently absurd “proof” that a virus is causing a particular condition, they blink. They blink a few times. There is a pause. Their proprietary mind-control engine stalls for a moment. Then they pick up as if nothing has happened.
And for them, nothing has.
High IQ and clueless, in the valley of robots.
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The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.