Bang: Texas prosecutor video: “vaccines cause autism”

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The Vaxxed team does it again.

Here is a stunning new interview with fearless San Antonio prosecutor, Nico LaHood, and his wife, Davida. Watch it. Share it.

Polly Tommey of the Vaxxed team handles the interview. Nico LaHood lays it all out. He rips away the curtain and exposes the truth. Vaccines cause autism.

As La Hood talks, the vaccine criminals and liars crumble into dust.


Jon Rappoport


Florida Keys Residents Resist Controversial GMO Mosquito Trial


“It’s about human rights—this can’t be pushed down our throats without consent,” said one Key West resident.

Residents of the Florida Keys are up in arms over a plan to release genetically-modified (GM) mosquitoes in the Key Haven neighborhood and are trying to get the word out about the trial, which they say would make them “lab rats” in their own community.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the controversial study by U.K.-firm Oxitec earlier this month, amid renewed fears over mosquito transmission of the Zika virus.

“We need to help educate the public about the very real, scientifically based problems with this genetically modified mosquito release,” Mara Daly, who has been helping organize a protest at the Florida Keys Mosquito Control Board meeting Tuesday afternoon, told the Miami Herald.

“We will be outside with signs protesting peacefully. I think this will be the opportunity for moms, teachers, nurses to have a voice,” Daly continued.  “It’s to let them know there are concerns from people they have not heard from. Maybe the fat lady has already sung, I don’t know.”

Residents, like Daly, will have a chance to vote on November 8 on a non-binding referendum on the experiment, which would release anywhere from 20 to 100 GM mosquitoes per person on the island—but the Mosquito Control Board will have the final say, and only three of the five members have vowed to stand by the vote outcome.

“It’s about human rights—this can’t be pushed down our throats without consent,” Key West resident Mila de Mier, who launched a petition against the trial, told the Guardian. Reportedly, local lawns are already peppered with signs that say “no consent.”

Indeed, much is at stake. According to the Guardian, “If the trial goes well, the technology would be on track to commercial approval in the United States, opening a slice of the nation’s $14bn pest control market to the company. Globally, analysts predict Oxitec’s mosquito could bring in up to $400m in annual sales for its parent company, Intrexon.”

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So What Became of the $1.9 Billion for Zika?

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The U.S. government laid out a proposal to spend $1.9 billion on activities—including buying or developing vaccines—to combat Zika before knowing for sure if the virus, in fact, posed a serious health threat to the American public…

by Marco Cáceres


Within less than a year of the news reports from Brazil about the sudden rise in microcephaly cases in that country, we’ve already discovered the cause of the supposed epidemic, taken a giant leap of faith that the U.S. public is also in imminent danger, commenced pesticide spraying campaigns in U.S. cities against mosquitoes believed to carry Zika, and proceeded full steam ahead to develop a Zika vaccine.

It’s absolutely breathtaking.

[COMMENT: … and, we would add, cleared the way for the first-ever release, in the United States (Florida Keys, to be precise), of experimental genetically modified mosquitoes.]

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Zika: Brazil Admits It’s Not the Virus


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By Dr. Mercola

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

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