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Thursday, August 4, 2016

TOM FRIEDEN : CAN YOU CONVINCE THE WORLD THAT ZIKA VIRUS IS NOT BIO-WEAPON?


Zika virus is a bio-weapon because America once made an attempt to attack Russia with yellow fever-infected mosquitoes.

Zika virus is a bio-weapon because America once made an attempt to attack Russia with yellow fever-infected mosquitoes.


America and Russia have been enemies for decades in the past because the two being powerful nations none want to be intimidated.


According to an 'Associated Press' statement from Washington, the USA had in the 50's reared 500,000 mosquitoes infected with yellow fever in one month and were also planning to breed 130 million per month.

Since the bitter relationships between America and Russia became serious, America planned to use the infected mosquitoes against the Soviet Union. 

Prior to that decision, there were training exercises over two regions in the USA, using non-infected mosquitoes for spread via aircraft.

The same yellow fever-infected mosquitoes were found in the mosquito populations reported in 1962 around Lake Victoria between Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania.

From 1960 to 1962, between 15,000 and 30,000 people in Ethiopia, 400 kilometers from Lake Victoria died from yellow fever, according to the World Health Organization.

This mass epidemic, the origin, dissemination, and disappearing of which has never been plausibly explained, occurred in the South, along with the border of Kenya.

If America once had the intention to spray Russia with yellow fever-infected mosquitoes as bio-weapon, who will believe you, Tom Frieden, if you want to convince the world that Zika virus is just a normal disease?

We (Johan Van Dongen and Joel Savage) are coming out with these facts not because we are hungry or thirsty to be famous. Our mission is to free the mind of people that for ages have been trapped with false information and lies from Center For Diseases Control and the World Health Organization.


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