Zika: Brazil admits it’s not the virus

By Dr. Joseph Mercola – guest writer for Wake Up World

Amidst growing fear-based propaganda warning of the threat of Zika virus comes a quiet admission from health officials in Brazil: Zika alone may not be responsible for the rise in birth defects that plagued parts of the country.

While there is some evidence suggesting Zika virus may be linked to the birth defect microcephaly, and the virus has been spreading throughout Brazil, rates of the condition have only risen to very high rates in the northeast section of Brazil. Since the virus has spread throughout Brazil, but extremely high rates of microcephaly have not, officials are now being forced to admit that something else is likely at play.

Dr. Fatima Marinho, director of information and health analysis at Brazil’s ministry of health, told the journal Nature, “We suspect that something more than Zika virus is causing the high intensity and severity of cases.”[1]

Nearly 90 percent of Brazil’s microcephaly cases occurred in the Northeast

Since last November, more than 1,700 confirmed cases of congenital microcephaly or other birth defects of the central nervous system have been reported in Brazil.

When the cases first began and were reportedly linked to Zika virus, health officials believed they’d see “an explosion of birth defects” acro

Amid growing fears of the Zika virus comes a quiet admission from Brazilian health officials: Zika is not responsible for the country’s rise in birth defects.

Source: Zika: Brazil Admits It’s Not the Virus

The truth behind the Zika virus

Vaccine

I have the highest respect for Jon Rappoport. Here’s a man who’s not afraid to tell the truth when the mainstream media is spouting lies. Regardless of what subject he’s writing about, I find the information he puts forth to be well-researched – a rarity in today’s world of journalism.

Once you begin to examine the facts around the Zika virus scare, you’ll see just how flimsy this issue is. Let me be clear: I’m not against all vaccines. But I am against being scared and threatened into submission. That’s not what I call freedom. I encourage you to do your own research and make up your own mind.

They interviewed me, then refused to publish the interview

By Jon Rappoport

Some months ago, out of the blue, I was contacted by a major press outlet. I’m withholding the name of the outlet to protect my contact. I was asked, would I do an interview about Zika right away? I said yes. I was emailed a list of questions. I answered them.

At length.

The interview was relayed to editors.

Then, nothing.

Then, more nothing.

And then they spiked the interview. Too hot to handle.

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Source: They interviewed me, then refused to publish the interview