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The Questionable Science Behind Zika, Microcephaly, & the CDC 

With the CDC’s recent announcement of the first case of microcephaly related to Zika virus in the United States, and their latest stance that “concludes Zika causes microcephaly and other birth defects,” it is becoming increasingly important for individuals to do their own research about these diseases–and not take the CDC’s word for it. 

In regards to CDC corruption, nay-sayers can ignore it all they want, but cases like whistle-blower Dr. William Thompson and Andrew Wakefield, illustrating the connections between vaccinations and the increased likelihood of serious birth defects like autism, have far too much evidence behind them to deny. Unfortunately, those who claim “the CDC has disproved these links over and over again” are using the most hilarious research methodologies that one could use–because they are taking these statements based on studies conducted and released by the CDC. This, in and of itself, is not a conclusive or empirical investigation–and in reality, when researching the variety of documented materials about the corruption at the CDC,  it becomes increasingly clear that the CDC’s picture of the situation is the only one that does not fit in with the overall narrative. Even Hollywood dilettantes like Robert De Niro and Rob Schneider (“You can do eet!”) have made widespread public statements urging citizens and political officials to further question the CDC and Dr. William Thompson, who has since remained quiet since his initial controversy. A recent, heavily sourced and accredited documentary “Vaxxed,” is one of many pieces of recommended research. 

In terms of Zika virus, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Jon Rappoport, has made a long-standing case for CDC fraud that dates back to the beginning of the AIDS epidemic, makes its way through the swine flu, bird flus and ebola, and has recently landed on Zika. The specifically interesting point of note is that Rappoport has not released all this in one flurry of research, nor has it been over the last year or so; Rappoport has actually specifically looked into each and every one of these “epidemics” as they have initially surfaced in the Media at their respective times, and has thus built up a massive body of evidence for continued corruption done in specific patterns by the CDC.

While this can specifically be taken in context with Zika virus, the following critiques can in fact be transposed in analysis onto any of these “epidemics.” That’s not to say that these diseases are entirely fabricated, in reality it would be a bit difficult to totally front a biological disease for the media without having some sort of science to back it up, no matter how biased this funding is. This means that, taking Zika for example, the virus was originally discovered in 1947, and within the indigenous cultures that Zika was found, there were never any consistently reported problems of microcephaly or any of the related symptoms that come from the child-birth, or even the vast array of near-fatal symptoms that are speculated to be related to Zika. Apparently, the CDC and other corresponding associations have been keeping this in their back pocket for some time, since the reports have just recently spiked on the matter. And–go figure–this is the traditional route that is taken with these CDC announcements. There is an official statement that nearly instantly leads to a variety of “close-call” cases, and CDC-funded studies that utilize statistics that are essentially doctored

But doctored in what ways? When looking into the criteria for actual statistical surveys done by the CDC and their affiliated associations, the thoroughness of the protocol conducted is immediately brought into question. By utilizing the overarching and consistent symptoms of disease in these third world countries (which can be attributed to an overall standard and quality of life that leads to a variety of deficiencies that result in common symptoms throughout any human biology; not to mention the level of pesticides and other pollutants that these people are subjected to in unfiltered doses) the CDC very basically transposes these symptoms, whether they match or not, onto a virus or disease they have been studying to eventually “promote.” These overarching and consistent symptoms of deficiencies can generally be considered things like, diarrhea, vomiting, fever, nausea, et cetera, with other symptoms as well–and this essentially allows for an incredibly broad-sweeping statistical analysis that can seem quite frightening and overwhelming when taken at face value. As can be recalled with the bird and swine flu, both the question of the detection methods and the massive hysteria can be now be equated with propaganda, as the CDC once warned as many as 90,000 deaths in the US from swine flu pandemic. To further point out the legitimacy of these critiques of the CDC, here is an article by mainstream outlet, CNN, about problems with CDC statistical analysis and symptom detection-rates. 

Now, with these fundamental problems addressed, microcephaly can be analyzed. The first two statistics that the CDC fails to discuss are 1) Brazil (where the Zika virus controversy and statistical analysis began) has one of the largest pesticide pollutant rates of any other country; and 2) Microcephaly has a heavily prevalent birth-defect rate found, for example, in people exposed to Monsanto’s Agent Orange during Vietnam. Coincidence?

Furthermore, out of the 404 possible reports of microcephaly in Brazil by the CDC, 17 were found to have some sort of relation to Zika Virus. Only 17 out of the 404 children had a Zika-microcephaly correlation–and this is one of the largest and most prominent symptoms of Zika that the CDC is promoting. Something clearly doesn’t add up. A great article entirely on this matter that further illustrates the lack of evidence of a connection between the two is written by Jon Rappoport and is worth a read.

Those who have continued to put any merit into the statements made by the CDC would greatly benefit from a bit of the research discussed briefly here; because as always, this is just the tip of the iceberg. Instead of taking information produced by the CDC and Big Pharma at face-value, why not start researching holistic, non-toxic plants that could ease your ailments? After all, shamanism hasn’t survived throughout all of human culture for no reason. 


Anthony Tyler
A journalist and author from Anchorage, Alaska, Anthony Tyler aims to twist the knife in both phony new-age ideals and scientific materialism by drawing attention to the rich heritage of esoteric science throughout history. Far from being “satanist,” the esoteric (i.e. occultism or comparative religion) marks the beginning of mathematics, astronomy, psychology, medicine, and even politics. Esoteric science represents a cache of little-known knowledge detailing how to decipher the human's unconscious mind--and the unconscious mind is essentially everything that the human mind is not considering at any given moment.

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