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    Default New Transmission Vector? Smoke Screen for the Vaccinated Contagion? Or Femalicide?

    Bill Gates-Funded Company Releases Genetically Modified Mosquitoes in US

    By Isabel van Brugen The Epoch Times
    May 7, 2021 Updated: May 7, 2021


    A transgenic Aedes aegypti OX513A mosquito, created by Oxitec, in Piracicaba, Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Oct. 26, 2016. (Miguel Schincariol/AFP via Getty Images)

    Genetically modified mosquitoes have been released for the first time in the United States as part of an experiment to combat insect-borne diseases such as Dengue fever, yellow fever, and the Zika virus.

    UK-based biotechnology firm Oxitec, which is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, said it released the mosquitoes in six locations in Monroe County’s Florida Keys: two on Cudjoe Key, one on Ramrod Key, and three on Vaca Key.

    It’s part of an effort to help tackle a disease-transmitting invasive mosquito population—the Aedes aegypti mosquito species—that’s responsible for “virtually all mosquito-borne diseases transmitted to humans,” according to the company.

    These mosquitoes make up about 4 percent of the mosquito population in the Keys, and transmit dengue, Zika, yellow fever, and other human diseases, as well as heartworm and other potentially deadly diseases to pets and other animals.

    The experiment is in collaboration with the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District (FKMCD), and was approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS), the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and an independent advisory board.

    Over the next 12 weeks, fewer than 12,000 mosquitoes are expected to emerge each week, for approximately 12 weeks. Untreated comparison sites will be monitored with mosquito traps on Key Colony Beach, Little Torch Key, and Summerland Key.

    If successful, some 20 million additional genetically modified mosquitoes will be released later in the year.
    “We really started looking at this about a decade ago, because we were in the middle of a dengue fever outbreak here in the Florida Keys,” FKMCD Executive Director Andrea Leal said during a video news conference.

    “So we’re just very excited to move forward with this partnership, working both with Oxitec and members of the community.”
    The insects released by the biotechnology firm are all male, so they don’t bite. They’re expected to mate with the local biting female mosquitoes, and in doing so, they will pass on a lethal gene that will ensure their female offspring die before reaching maturity.

    According to Quartz, areas including Malaysia, Brazil, the Cayman Islands, and Panama, where similar experiments have been carried out, have seen mosquito populations drop by as much as 90 percent.

    The project has faced backlash from residents, who say their consent was not sought for the experiment.


    The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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    Default Re: New Transmission Vector? Smoke Screen for the Vaccinated Contagion? Or Femalicide?

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    Session 6 February 2016
    (Andromeda) Do you wanna ask about the Zika virus?

    (L) Yeah, we've got this thing called the Zika virus. They're saying it's responsible for causing these cranial and brain malformations in babies. I'm not too sure that the Zika virus is always correlated. I haven't read any serious studies on it. It just seems to me that there are a lot of assumptions being made. Is it the Zika virus causing it? Is the Zika virus caused because of genetically modified mosquitoes, or are birth defects being caused by vaccinations?

    (Galatea) What's the cause?

    A: Mutations began in humans due to vaccine and then collected by mosquitoes, undergoing further mutations by combining with modifications of the insects.

    Q: (L) In other words, the mutation began in the human beings. Then the mosquitoes bit them and sucked up their blood. The blood mixed with the genetic modifications in the mosquitoes, and then the mosquitoes went and bit somebody else which injected it into them? So it was a combination of the genetic modifications of the mosquitoes and the mutation of the vaccinated human? Is that what we're getting at there?

    A: Yes

    Q: (Chu) Is the virus causes these malformations?

    A: At this point, yes.

    Q: (L) So in other words, initial problems were probably caused by the vaccine; somebody with Zika virus who had the vaccination got a mutation, and it all mixed together into a deadly cocktail... And is this something that's a real big threat to the human race right now?

    A: Not yet.
    Guess who got inspired to weaponize mosquitoes into vaccination vectors...

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    Default Re: New Transmission Vector? Smoke Screen for the Vaccinated Contagion? Or Femalicide?

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    Bill Gates-Funded Company Releases Genetically Modified Mosquitoes in US

    [/INDENT]The insects released by the biotechnology firm are all male, so they don’t bite. They’re expected to mate with the local biting female mosquitoes, and in doing so, they will pass on a lethal gene that will ensure their female offspring die before reaching maturity.

    According to Quartz, areas including Malaysia, Brazil, the Cayman Islands, and Panama, where similar experiments have been carried out, have seen mosquito populations drop by as much as 90 percent.

    The project has faced backlash from residents, who say their consent was not sought for the experiment.


    The Associated Press contributed to this report.


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    I understand this discussion goes about Femalicide and Vaccination contagion. But in this video from 7,48 on the Dutch Janet Ossebaard explains how the mosquito experiment failed in Brazil and the mosquito population exploded ?

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